AMYMSA (Allegheny Mountain YMCA/YWCA Masters Swimming Association)
This association began in 1976 to promote competitive swimming in the 'more-mature' ages (18 and over). The association has member teams from YMCAs and YWCAs that span the Allegheny Mountain region of Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Ohio, and West Virginia. It sponsors about 12 regular meets per year that each cover about half of the swimming events, a Mail-In 1650 Meet, and a championship meet at the end of the season that covers all the events. The regular season starts in September and runs throught March with either one or two meets each month with one of the member teams sponsoring the meet at either the local YMCA/YWCA, a local college/university/high school, or other available municipal pools.
JCC Sailfish Swim Team
The JCC Sailfish Swim Team is a coach governed USA Swimming program that is part of Allegheny Mountain Swimming. Our team is a year round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching for all ages and abilities. Our goal is to motivate and assist swimmers by providing the preparation and training needed to achieve swimming performance beyond the boundary of their talents and physical gifts in the belief that this experience will prove invaluable to them as they grow and develop.
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