18 & Under World 100s
Pacific Swimming
Level 1

Reno Aquatic Club, established in 1973, is a competitive youth swim team based in Northern Nevada. RENO strives to provide quality coaching and is committed to developing fast swimmers and even better people. Members range from beginners to Olympic Trials qualifiers. RENO is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants. To do so we have athlete protection policies and guidelines in place. Reno Aquatic Club is a non-profit organization.

Over the years, RENO swimmers have had tremendous success in the pool. Some highlights include American record holders, members of Team USA at the World Swimming Championships, NCAA Champions, Olympic Trials Qualifiers, high school All-Americans, multiple swimmers earning athletic scholarships at NCAA universities, and much more. 

Founded in 1973 by Lash Turville, RENO has been the premier swim team in Northern Nevada for 4+ decades. In 2018, Ryan Evans, current RENO head coach, took over the program. In his short time, RENO has gone through an extensive rebuild and is positioned to have a very successful future. Currently, RENO swimmers have qualified for Olympic Trials, Junior Nationals, Futures, Sectionals, and many of the top age group meets including Far Westerns and Pacific JOs. 
 
RENO provides competitive swim training for swimmers aged 5 - 18 years old. The program is structured in a way that offers multiple training groups based on age, ability, and experience. The only requirement to join is the child must be able to swim one length of a 25 yard pool. 
 
RENO’s age group program (primarily swimmers 14 and under) is focused on developing all four competitive strokes. As the swimmer progresses through the program there is an emphasis placed on building endurance and fine tuning technique. There are seven different groups based on age and ability in RENO’s age group program.
 
RENO’s National group (high school aged swimmers) is focused on specific training to prepare the swimmers for regional and national level competitions. 
 
RENO’s current goals include:
  • Establish RENO as a premier team on the West Coast
  • Every swimmer that progresses through the program has an opportunity to continue swimming in college.
  • Developing fast swimmers but, more importantly, helping swimmers acquire life skills that will make them successful beyond the pool.
If you are interested in learning more about Reno Aquatic Club, please email head coach Ryan Evans.