Building Complete Student Athletes Through the Sport of Swimming

Enfinity Aquatic Club officially hosted its first practice with 6 swimmers on January 2nd, 2013 at Salem College.  Since then we have expanded throughout the Triad with 3 sites (Greensboro, Kernersville and Winston Salem) and over 200 swimmers.  With the expansion we have been able to maintain the highest caliber of coaching while staying focused on our core principles that define each of our groups:


  • ​Learning the basic skills behind all strokes within competitive swimming 
  • Building endurance through swimming drills and games
  • Gaining an appreciation for the sport of swimming and our *teammates


  • Building on a foundation of basic skills with more advanced techniques
  • Advancing our stroke mechanics with structured simple workouts  
  • Maintaining our appreciation for the sport of swimming and our *teammates


  • ​Fine tuning techniques with complex drills and practice
  • Experiencing high level workouts in both the pool and weight room
  • Realizing the relationship between hard work and results with our *teammates

*Team:  Swimming is NOT an individual sport.  Outside of relays, results may be recognized individually but it's our teammates that make the sport fun, fast and exciting!

Why the Sport Swimming?

Of all the positives attributes that come along with the sport of swimming, none compare to the caliber of individuals the sport produces (Alumni Page).  If you choose to further your swimming interest past the fundamental stages (Aqua Farm), you will find a sport that asks the highest high level of dedication, organizaton and discipline.