The Rivercrest Swim Team was established in May 2007 as a family oriented, developmental, competitive swim team. Our goal is to provide a safe and healthy environment for the children in our community; to enjoy a competitive recreation sport; learn valuable life lessons of sportsmanship and teamwork; enhance personal improvement and team spirit; to have fun and develop a love of swimming.

The Riptide belong to the Old Dominion Swim League (ODSL), a summer league comprised of approximately 25 swim teams from Loudoun County. The team is comprised of about 95 swimmers between the ages of 5-18. Experienced coaches provide all swimmers with a safe and instructive environment and challenge them to reach their personal and team goals.  We also have a Mini Waves program in which Rivercrest kids who are not yet swim team-ready can learn the skills to be safe in the pool and to help them become a Riptide swimmer one day.

Practices and home meets take place at the Rivercrest Community Pool. 


About Rivercrest

Rivercrest is a small development in eastern Loudoun County.  It is bordered by the Potomac River to the north, Lowes Island to the east, Sugarland Run waterway to the west and Algonkian Parkway to the south.  Surrounded by park land and trees (Algonkian Regional Park), there are abundant opportunities for wildlife viewing, jogging, bird watching, dog walking, and the like. 

It is a perfect commuting location - just across the Fairfax County line - with easy access to Route 7, Route 28 & Fairfax County Parkway.  Shopping is abundant with the Dulles Town Center mall just a few miles up the road.