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Join the swim league that let's the grown-ups have fun too!

Growing up doesn't mean that you can't still have a blast swimming.

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Coming Soon!

This inaugural year for Grown-Up Swimming, Charleston, we will be running ONE meet for the Grown-Up Championships of the World...or at least Greater Charleston on Saturday, August 31, 2019. Stay tuned for more details on the meet and how to register.

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Don't miss out on the most fun you'll have in the pool this summer

Ahh, the glory days. Remember summer league swimming when you were a kid? Swimming 25s without a care in the world except for the mystery flavored Airhead that awaited you at the end of the race and Fun Friday at the end of the week. What happened to those fun times? Age. Age happened. It started when you turned 11, and those 25s were taken away from you for the rest of time. You had to swim 50s, 100s, and eventually even 200s. Now, you're on the tail end of your swimming career or even working in one of those "grown-up" careers. Well, welcome to Grown-Up Swimming! 

Get back to swimming 25s; be sure to Bring Your Own Mystery Flavored Airheads.

There's a good chance that you're reading this having never felt that oddly specific coming-of-age tragedy, and that's totally fine. Maybe you're here because you've always wanted to swim but thought it was too intimidating. Maybe you're here because now is the time to lose a few pounds. Or maybe, you've always been really active, but man, your knees can't take pickup basketball any more. Grown-Up Swimming is perfect for you too.

  1. Feel better about yourself physically & mentally
  2. Enjoy a low-impact sport instead of just grinding it out
  3. Be part of a fun-loving, beer-drinking, active community
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Grown-Up Swimming Charleston

For all questions about Grown-Up Charleston, contact Doug Sheafor or Brian Robbins:

Doug: coachdougswimchs@gmail.com

Brian: brian@grownupswimming.com 

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