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About

"I have been visualizing myself every night for the past four years standing on the podium having the gold placed around my neck."~Megan Quann 


About the Wellington Dolphins

The Wellington Dolphins Swim Team is a not-for-profit 501(3)(c) organization operating as a Summer Recreation Swim team in Manassas, Virginia.  Our purpose is to provide opportunities for swimmers 18 years and under residing in the City of Manassas, Manassas Park, Prince William and adjacent areas to participate in a competitive swim program.  We can accept swimmers who do not live in the Wellington Community.

We offer several programs, our Off-Season Advantage practice sessions (Fall, Winter, Spring) to prepare our swimmers for Summer Competition, the Summer Competitive Team, and our Mini Dolphins program which provides our youngest swimmers who may not be ready to compete an opportunity to get their feet wet.

Our Coaching Staff is of the highest quality, many having USA/ASCA, and Life Guard Certifications as well as Pool Operator licenses issued by the PWCO Health Department.  Most importanly, they love to work with kids, and are passionate about swimming. 

Practices begin the first Tuesday after Memorial Day in the evenings until the Manassas City schools release.  Once school is out, we offer practice times in the mornings and the evenings.

Our competition starts with a Time Trial meet, typically the second Saturday in June.  From there, every Saturday we compete in six regular Dual-Meets; three at our home pool, and three at another pool in the Manassas/Prince William County area.  The season ends with a Divisonal Championship meet the last Saturday in July. Every swimmer on our team who is able to swim 25 meters unassisted is given the opportunity to compete!

The Wellintgon Dolphins are a member of the Prince William Swim League, which is sanctioned by the Virginia Association of the Amateur Athletic Union (VAAU).