Mission:  Metropolitan Swimming shall promote, develop and improve competitive swimming through education, support and opportunities for participation to a diverse swimming community.

  To inspire and provide quality opportunities for our members to achieve excellence in the sport of competitive swimming.


Metropolitan Swimming stands with our community against racist actions, incendiary statements, and violence against any person. This means we must engage individuals throughout our member community in tough conversations about inequalities, identify the signs of systematic racism, and share proven solutions.

Coach Ann Horowitz, Rye Y, publishes Book about Swimming for Kids!

Mary Fleckenstein
Ann Horowitz from the RYE YMCA has published a book for youth.  The name of the book is TRIDENT.  It is a story for youth who like fiction/fantasy/magic/action/Greek Mythology.  It is available on Amazon, online and on ebook.  If you get a chance to read it, recommend it, please feel free to contact Ann and let her know what you thought.  Great book to tie into our swimming world! 
Twelve-year-old Richard Tomlin has almost given up on finding his dad. Instead, he focuses all of his energy on being the youngest swimmer ever on his team to qualify for Junior Olympics.
But everything changes when his new goggles transport him to the Lost City of Atlantis.
Confronting shapeshifters and dark magical forces, Richard channels his inner science geek and the power of positive thinking to stay alive. As he struggles to tame the magic of his goggles, his strong-willed twin, Lucy, finds a way to join him under the sea, and the siblings are thrust into the War of Generations.
To win the war--and save the planet--Richard must embrace his role in an ancient prophecy. Problem is, the prophecy appears to predict his own death. So what's a warrior to do?