Open Water Schedule
ALL OPEN WATER SWIMS ARE ON HOLD UNTIL EARLY SPRING WHEN THE WATER TEMPERATURE RISES!!! ALWAYS KEEP IN TOUCH WITH OUR FACEBOOK AND WEBSITE FOR DETAILS ON OUR OUTDOOR OPEN WATER SWIMS.
Improve your open water swim technique and swim safely in a beautiful open water environment with certified coaches, lifeguards and buoys. This one hour swim training will thoroughly prepare you for any open water race.
FIRE ISLAND Light House Bay swims 7:00pm-8:15pm every Wednesday night.
Summer until water temps are too cold
$25 Drop in fee for none members and $20 for members.
Directions to Fire Island Light House: Robert Moses field 5 park to the left by the exit. Park on the north east side all the way towards the light house. There is a path to the bay follow the walk way on the road.
Speed training and technique, stroke analysis and bouy training.
Open Water Swim (OWS) is a certified Masters United States Swim Program and all individuals must complete online USMS registration to be able to swim in the OWS program.
Everyone under age 18 must be a registered Metro Swimmer. Everyone 18 or older must be a registered Masters Swimmer under our OWS Code. Please go online and sign up at the U.S. Masters Swimming registration page. Print a copy and bring it with you. This is mandatory as it insures the U.S. Masters program.
U.S. Masters Swimming (USMS) is a national organization that provides organized workouts, competitions, clinics and workshops for adults aged 18 and over. Programs are open to all adult swimmers (fitness, triathlete, competitive, non-competitive) who are dedicated to improving their fitness through swimming. Founded in 1970, the non-profit corporation is organized with over 500 clubs in 52 regions throughout the United States. Membership numbers more than 50,000, with individual members ranging in age from 18 to over 100. Within the clubs, structured workouts, often with a coach, offer well-thought-out training assistance. Pool and open-water races provide opportunities to compete and measure individual progress at the local, state, national and international levels. USMS programs also offer stroke and technique clinics, workshops, and instruction, as well as social functions. All USMS programs are designed to help swimmers improve fitness and/or train for specific goals, and offer active support for a healthy lifestyle through friendship, and camaraderie.