Find a Swim Team
The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis offers Swim Clubs and Teams to help you take your skills to the next level and build your confidence in and out of the pool. Recreational and competitive programs are offered to provide an opportunity to work with trained coaches, improve swimming skills, gain endurance, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
The YOGI Swim Club is an Association-wide competitive team that offers year-round and seasonal programs and the opportunity for local and regional competition. Our Age Group division has two training groups for developmental and advanced swimmers, with weekly practices designed by YMCA/ASCA certified staff.
Swimmers must be able to swim two continuous pool lengths of freestyle and show a commitment to develop all four competitive strokes. An evaluation will place swimmers with the appropriate training group. Contact the Aquatics Department for a swim club schedule, fees, and registration information.
Benjamin Harrison Barracudas
A truly competitive swim team for serious swimmers
Practice is 3-5 days a week and during the off season we meet a minimum of once a month. Our coaches will focus on increasing the endurance and speed, while refining technique in a positive and fun environment.
Fishers YMCA Sharks
The Fishers YMCA Sharks is a YMCA youth swim team.
We focus on character development, learning competitive skills, and having fun. As a team we strive to ingrain a love and passion for the sport of swimming. Our goal is to create a spirit of healthy competition and sportsmanship that is centered on the Y’s Four Values: Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility.
The Sharks are a swim team designed for swimmers who have the knowledge of competitive swimming, can swim a distance of 50 yards or more without stopping at each end of the pool. These swimmers should be able to swim competitive strokes on their stomachs as well as their backs.
Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay Otters
Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay Otters
The team focuses on character development, learning competitive skills, and having fun.
We strive to ingrain a love and passion for the sport of swimming. Our goal is to create a spirit of healthy competition and sportsmanship that is centered on the Y’s Four Core Values: Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility. Coaches will help swimmers work on endurance and form to prepare for upcoming meets. Workouts will include a combination of endurance, speed, and drill techniques. Levels are based on age and ability. Our coaches will attend all practices and meets – giving their all for our team. Swimmers under the age of 8 must be able to swim 25 yards on their stomach without stopping.
Jordan Mussels Swim Team
Join the NEW Jordan Mussel competitive youth swim team!
Designed for developmental as well as advanced swimmers, team members will compete with other YMCAs as well as other teams in the state. Practicing twice a week, the developmental group will focus on key swim team skills that include starts, turns, and stroke development. Meeting three times a week, the advanced group will practice with an emphasis on endurance building and stroke mechanics.
Various day and pricing options available
Ransburg Rays Swim Club
Swim Club for ages 8-16, this is a fun alternative to competitive swim programs
Participants will utilize skills mastered in Y Swim School. Seasons are designed in length to offer swimmers the most from development. The Advanced group participates in YMCA swim meets and may represent the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis in USA Swimming invitational competitions. Contact the Aquatic Director for more details: (317) 554-8077.
(Ages 18+) Under supervision of a coach, this is great for those that want to improve their stroke technique and build endurance. Participants need to contact the Aquatic Director before signing up.
Attention fitness swimmers, triathletes and those interested in an additional cardio workout
This adult program (18+) is open to those looking to add more cardio to weekly workout routine. Weekly workouts are available by email to participants for independent or group practice; group practices are supervised by an in-water coach. Instruction for training, stroke mechanics and goal setting can be arranged by request.