Welcome to the Smoky Hill Sharks!

Discover why Smoky Hill Sharks has been everyone’s favorite summer swim team for over 40 years!


The Smoky Hill Sharks remain the only organized community athletic activity in the Smoky Hill Metro District. We are a summer program located at 5405 S. Telluride St., Centennial, Colorado 80015 (Telluride is between Smoky Hill Road and Orchard Road).

We strive to build an environment that helps athletes learn about who they are and how to grow into the person and swimmer they want to be. We are dedicated to having fun over the summer, while still challenging ourselves to grow.  It is the mission of the Smoky Hill Sharks to provide an opportunity for young people to develop swimming skills and gain positive competitive swimming  experience. 

Swimming, especially competitive swimming, offers numerous benefits for children such as building self-esteem, teamwork and physical conditioning. Children can develop skills and set goals with which they are comfortable and achievable.

The Smoky Hill Sharks aim to build confident, well-rounded swimmers with strong technique in each of the four strokes. Summer swim team is highly recommended by coaches and trainers as a cross-training activity beneficial to any athletic discipline. Our program is one of the most affordable and offers the most practice opportunities in the South Metro area.

GO SHARKS

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Who can join?

The Smoky Hill Sharks swim team is open to swimmers aged 5 to 18 as of June 1st, 2022.  Each swimmer must be able to swim at least one legal stroke the length of the pool (25 meters) without stopping or touching the side.

When is the season?

The Sharks swim season begins Monday, May 23 runs thru mid-July (League All-star meet). The team swims in five dual meets against teams in the Mountain Hi Swim League, Division A for the 2022 season followed by preliminary meet(s), a Championship meet, and an optional All-Star meet.

Additionally, the Sharks offer an optional Preseason Clinic that runs the week before the season begins. The Preseason clinic is highly encouraged for new swimmers to the sport, new swimmers to the team, or swimmers who have not been in the water since last season. Preseason clinic is a great way for new swimmers to the team to meet coaches and other swimmers. More information about this year's Preseason Clinic can be found under the "Practice/Preseason Clinic" tab.

Where is the practice?

Practices are held at the Smoky Hill Pool, 5404 S. Telluride St., Centennial, 80015.

When is practice?

Practices are held both mornings and evenings. The current practice schedule is available under the "Practice" tab. 

How much time is involved?

Swimmers are expected to attend at least three practices a week - obviously, if there is a conflict touch base with the coach, we do realize we aren't the only activity on your family's schedule.

Each family is required to volunteer at each meet they are signed up to attend and one social event (please see Volunteer Policy under the "Documents" tab.  Meets will be held at local pools on Saturday mornings (estimated 6:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. including warmups) May, June, and July.

How much does it cost?

$205 per swimmer. There is a $20 mulitple swimmer discount. Each registration includes one swim cap per swimmer, as we require caps to be worn during meets and encourage all swimmers to attend meets.  Additional caps are available for purchase during registration and throughout the season. 

Team suits are optional, but available for purchase directly from Swim 'n Things. More information regarding team suits can found under the "Gear" tab.

Refunds will be given in full should the season be cancelled by the Mountain Hi Swim League. Refunds requested before the start of the season (May 23rd) will be granted, less a $25 administrative fee. Refunds requested within the first two weeks of the season (before June 3rd) will be granted, less a $50 administrative fee. Refunds will not be provided after June 3rd*.
*Medical situations/family emergencies will be considered on a case-by-case basis.