Recent Updates and Notes:
On Sunday October 18, we had our annual Delaware Valley Local Masters Swim Committee meeting. We held elections for two officer positions – Chairperson and Vice Chairperson. I want to congratulate our new Chair, Tom Patterson, and our new Vice Chair, Sue Watts. Additionally, Kim Inverso and Allison Spreng have been appointed as the Co-Chairs of the Fitness Committee. It is not too late to join a committee. Just contact the appropriate chairperson. Contact info can be found in the link below.
It has been an honor to serve the past six years as your Chairperson. During that time, a primary directive from USMS leadership was to increase membership. We grew by over 30% during my time as the LMSC Chairperson. Now the focus is on providing value for those members that we have. We encourage you to offer suggestions to our officers and committee chairs about what DVLMSC can do to enhance your experience with masters swimming.
Events added/updated November 24, 2015 Events
Welcome to the Delaware Valley Masters Swim Committee. We are your organization if you are looking to compete, improve your form, or just enjoy the sport in the Delaware Valley region. We currently have over 600 members in our chapter. You are sure to find some kindred spirits in our organization.
We are a sub chapter of our parent organization, United States Masters Swimming (USMS). USMS is a national organization of more than 50,000 members that provides organized workouts, competitions, clinics and workshops for adults aged 18 and over. There are many organized swim teams and places to swim here in our area you may want look into.
USMS is organized into 53 geographic territories throughout the United States. These territories are governed by Local Masters Swimming Committees (LMSC’s). The Delaware Valley LMSC boundaries encompass areas that include eastern PA, southern New Jersey, Delaware and part of eastern Maryland.
LMSC’s are grouped together into 8 zones across the country. The Colonies Zone stretches from Maine to Virginia and includes ten LMSC's. From north to south, the LMSC's are New England, Adirondack, Niagara, Connecticut, Metropolitan, New Jersey, Delaware Valley, Maryland, Potomac Valley, and Virginia.
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