Southern Pacific Masters Swimming

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noun - Southern Pacific Masters Association is a local masters swimming committee (or LMSC) comprised of over 100 masters swimming teams and over 5,000 masters swimmers in Southern California and Nevada. Southern Pacific Masters Swimming (also known as Southern Pacific Masters Association) is part of the Southwest Zone of United States Masters Swimming.

Masters Swimming

Masters swimming is an organized program of swimming for adults. Masters swimming exists to promote health and fitness to its members who participate in a variety of ways ranging from lap swimming to international competition. Anyone 18 years of age or older can join. United States Masters Swimming, Inc. (USMS) provides the national administrative structure for Masters swimming, and it supports the local Masters programs. USMS was founded in 1970 and currently has over 55,000 members with more than 500 local swim clubs located throughout the country. USMS holds national championships each year for short course yards in the spring and long course meters in the summer.

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