• Last swim of summer(?) Martha Lake, Labor Day, 2014
  • Sapphire blue Lake Tahoe swim.
  • Off to a splashing good start!
  • Fly girl, fly!

Come swim with us!

6:30-7:30am, Monday - Friday mornings

Shoreline Pool, 19030 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA


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Why swim with the Otters?

We are a community of swimmers, aged 18 years to over 80, who inspire each other to be our best.

Yearlong coached workouts will keep you healthy and, if you like competitions, help you prepare for your next event.

The team is for all skill levels from beginners to world-record holders. Many of our members swim just for recreation and companionship. Others travel as a team to local, national and international meets or races.

Workouts are customized by lane to the speed and condition of the swimmers.

You will form lasting friendships while being supported and motivated by coaches and lane-mates, because we go out of our way to look for fun things to do, such as participate in:
~Swim meets
~Open water swims
~Hike and cool dips in alpine lakes
~Triathlons, and
~Social gatherings - Boy, do we like to have fun!

The current fee is $80.00/month, $210/quarterly, $10.00/day drop-in fee, or $100 for a 10 swim pass. (Prices include pool rental and coaching fees.) If you decide to join, there are annual membership dues of $25. We have a 1 week free trial period. Come try us out to see if we are the right fit for you!

All participants are required to join the U.S. Masters Association for insurance purposes. Included in the membership benefits is a monthly Master's Swimmers magazine reporting on current swimming events and articles featuring events, competitive swimming and nutrition tips.

E-mail us at NEOswimteam@gmail.com for more information or if you have questions.

Come join the fun.

It's not just a swim, it's a lifestyle!

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OO Denny Sunday, meet in parking lot at 8:15. Swim at 8:30! There are several people confirmed for Sunday.

If anyone wants to swim Saturday somewhere just reply here and see if anyone is interested.

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Here you go, Nancy! ...

A lot of swimmers kick too wide that slows down their tempo and increases frontal drag. We like to use the FINIS Swimming ankle strap above the knees to force a more narrow kick.

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Pretty cool motivational video to get you ready for distance day tomorrow

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