Swim League

Georgia Swimming
Level 1

General Information

The Aiken-Augusta Swim League (ASL) was founded in 1969 and is known throughout the region as a strong, year round swim team.  The ASL program is designed by professional coaches interested in helping develop successful people who swim well.  We offer a guided age-group youth program for children age 6 and up, from the beginning swimmer to the most competitive and skilled swimmer.  When a young person becomes a member of ASL, he/she learns the values of sportsmanship and team work. Swimming, through the Aiken-Augusta Swim League, provides physical, emotional and intellectual skills that will last a lifetime.

The Aiken-Augusta Swim League is a United States Swimming (USAS) affiliated team.  We welcome competitive swimmers and will help and encourage them to reach their full potential as swimmers and people.


    ASL sees swimming as an important part of the overall development of a young boy or girl.  Besides the most obvious benefit of physical conditioning, swimming fosters the personal discipline required to persevere; the confidence-building of progress in competition, the social growth from travel and learning to accept winning and losing with equal grace; and the sense of values joined from competing as both an individual and a team member.

     The ASL program strives to instill in young swimmers an understanding of, and appreciation for such concepts as high self-esteem, personal accountability, constructive self-motivation, goal setting and goal achievement as these ideas relate to their success in training and in competition.  It is our belief that the process of achieving is as significant as realizing the achievement itself.   

    At each level of the ASL program, swimmers are instructed to strive for excellence.  Excellence in this sense represents the achievement of that level at which you know that you have done your utmost to become the best you are capable of becoming.  This philosophy is consistent throughout the program for every swimmer.  We want every swimmer to swim to the best of their own ability and seek the opportunity to attain the level of excellence to which their desire and ability will move them.  We believe swimmers and their parents alike should enjoy swimming and remember it as a positive experience.

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