Three Rivers Swim Club (TRSC), a Georgia non-profit corporation, was founded in 1994 by a group of parents who wanted to develop first-rate swimming opportunities for the youth of Rome and Floyd County. Centering its activities at the Rome High School pool, the club offers programs for young swimmers of various abilities, ranging from those who can swim just the length of a 25 yard pool to those who compete on the state and national levels.
TRSC is a member of USA Swimming, the national governing body for amateur competitive swimming in the United States. Based at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, USA Swimming serves 59 local swimming committees (LSCs), 2500 USA Swimming registered clubs, and 220,000 registered swimmers nation-wide. USA Swimming sanctions well-run local, state, regional, and national meets, held throughout the year. USA Swimming's website, worth visiting, is

Dedicated to great athleticism,TRSC teaches its swimmers important realities about the process of mastering virtually anything. It makes members keenly aware that relentless practice, periodic discomfort, and dogged self-patience are critical elements of that process. At the same time, it helps them understand how important it is for them to balance within themselves the striving (for what they could be and do in the future) and the celebrating (of what they are and can do in the present.)