Swim Groups

The Clovis Swim Club NM offers training and practice groups for swimmers of all ages and ability levels. It is the goal of the Clovis Swim Club NM to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of THEIR abilities.

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The Clovis Swim Club is divided into 4 groups so that swimmers of all ages and abilities will progress at the most suitable level. The CSC program offers swimmers great swimmer-to-coach and swimmer per lane ratios. These very important practice parameters, along with a highly educated and motivated coaching staff, provide Clovis youth with an exciting and high level instructional environment. Unfortunately, in order to maintain acceptable swimmer-to-coach ratios there may come a time that enrollment on the team will be limited. For more information on Group Placement please click here.


  Group will stress mechanics in all four strokes and prepare swimmers for competition, if and when they become interested in competing. Starts, turns, and drills will be the primary emphasis with a moderate amount of endurance work. Games, flexibility, and leg/abdominal exercises used in dryland sessions. This group will meet 5 days a week..

Black AM
   This is a morning class for Swimmers in 6th-7th-and 8th grade. Increased focus on mechanics of competitive strokes, starts & turns, as well as an introduction to speed work and goal setting. More conditioning and endurance work is emphasized on a consistent basis. Practices are geared towards achieving New Mexico State time standards. Dryland consists of core exercises and flexibility drills. 

Black PM
This is the top level of the Age Group program. Swimmers are prepared to enter the senior level groups following this group. A competitive group for 11-14 year olds, this group combines stroke work with a strong conditioning program. Swimmers are expected to attend at least 5 practices per week. Dryland includes abdominal strengthening, cords, and medicine balls. New Mexico State and ZONE meets are goals for this group. In order to join the Black PM group the swimmer must be able to complete a 4 sets of 3 x 200 @ 3:50 and 6 x 100 IM @ 2:45 (with legal strokes).



 This is a high performance group for swimmers wanting to swim in College and achieve Sectional or higher Times.