Registration is open for SwimRI's favorite local open-water events!

For more information, see Upcoming Races & Events:

June 18 -- 28th Annual Mashpee Super Swim, John's Pond, Mashpee, Mass.
June 25 -- 11th Annual Narrow River Turnaround, URI Campanella Rowing Center, Saunderstown, R.I.
July 16 -- 6th Annual Waterman Eco-Challenge, Narragansett Town Beach, Narragansett, R.I.
July 23 -- 2nd Annual Misery Challenge, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.
August 6 -- 5th Annual Rhode Island Aquatic Hall of Fame Swim, Galilee Beach, Narragansett, R.I.
August 13 -- 40th Annual Save The Bay Swim, Newport-Jamestown, R.I.
August 16 -- Salt Pond Challenge, Wuskenau Beach, Westerly, R.I.
September 10 -- Swim Across America Rhode Island, Roger Wheeler Beach, Narragansett, R.I.
September 11 -- FIRMman Rhode Island, Narragansett Town Beach, Narragansett, R.I.
September 18 -- 4th Annual Newport Sharkfest Swim, Newport, R.I.

Coached Saturday practices at RWU are back!

There will be coached Saturday practices from 7:00 to 8:30am at Roger Williams University's eight-lane pool on 4/9, 4/16, 4/23, 5/7, 5/28 and 6/11. $5 per person payable to the coach on deck. USMS membership not required. Attendance is usually between 20 and 30 eager swimmers. Special thanks to RWU Aquatics Director and Head Swimming Coach Matt Emmert and Assistant Coach Connor Devers for making this happen.

Any schedule changes will be posted in Locations & Schedules.

Please be on time. Early practice means we can beat the rush at Green Eggs!

SwimRI Wins New England SCY Championship for Third Year in a Row

Thank you to Harvard's Blodgett Pool staff, the officials, timers, volunteers, host team Cambridge Masters and Meet Director Rick Osterberg for another extremely well-run New England LMSC Short Course Yards Championship Meet. Congratulations to all 823 swimmers, 80 teams and dozens of coaches on your personal and collective accomplishments, and thank you as well for your participation, competitiveness and camaraderie.

SwimRI's spirited, back-and-forth team points battle with Cambridge Masters encompassed hundreds of "splashes" in dozens of races over two weekends, with both team's amassing over 7,400 points each (and a few ill-timed relay-start disqualifications). The title was ultimately decided in the last relay event on the final day, with SwimRI prevailing by a mere six points.

Kudos to all 97 SwimRI members who competed on a well-deserved victory and SwimRI three-peat!

Click here for full meet results.