Masters Swimming





Miami Country Day Aquatics Masters & Tri Swimming/Adult Fitness is a club member of the United States Masters Swimming - Florida Gold Coast LMSC.  We offer year round coached swimming workouts for adults.

What is Masters & Tri?
We are a diverse group of people with a wide range of swimming backgrounds and ability levels who like to try to stay in shape! 
Do I need to be a really good swimmer to participate?
Not at all!  MCDA Masters & Tri is comprised of all levels of swimmers, from those just beginning to fitness swimmers as well as casual and nationally ranked triathletes.  Each team member has individual goals and will take what they need from the program.  Odds are that you'll find a lane that will work for you.
Team Philosophy
The MCDA Masters Swim Group maintains an environment that strikes a healthy balance between fitness, fun and competition.  Our coaches can help improve technique and efficiency for anyone.  The role of the coaching staff is to design a program that will allow all members to reach their individual goals.  We believe the improving stoke technique and providing purposeful training sets are key elements to success.  We also believe that having fun is just as important!
Suggested equipment for this training group are Fins, Paddles and a Pull Bouy
 $60/month ($5/swim)
 $48/2x per week ($6/swim)
 $30/1x per week ($7.50/swim)
 $10 Drop in 
All swimmers must be a registered US Masters Swimming (USMS) member.  USMS registration is available online; 

Membership fees is $35 per year


If you are interested in participating, simply stop by one of our practice sessions and check it out!  

The word "Masters" sounds intimidating...

The word Masters was first applied to adults who participated in track and field and was later adopted in organized adult swimming. In swimming, Masters simply means 18 and older.  Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to join!

I'm not fast enough (or in shape enough) to be a Masters swimmer...

This is something a lot of Masters coaches hear. However, most Masters coaches and swimmers don’t care how fast you are. In nearly every program, there are others of similar ability, or those who started where you are and have improved. Don’t let your perceived ability, or lack thereof, hold you back. Although it’s important to have a physical examination before starting any exercise routine, you don’t need to be in shape to start Masters swimming—Masters swimming will help you get there.