Welcome to Santa Rosa Masters

Santa Rosa Masters is a year-round United States Masters Swimming (USMS) program for adults. We are located in Santa Rosa, California. 

 

We strive to benefit all interested adult swimmers, of all ages and at all levels, from beginners to nationally-ranked swimmers. We are dedicated to helping each member achieve his or her goals as an athlete and as an individual.

Announcements

 

Ericka Richards & Penelope Yamauchi win

PMS Swimmer of the Year Award

 

The 2015 Short Course Yards Pacific Masters Championships returns to the Campolindo's Soda Pool in Moraga. Registration is now open as of March 10, and the deadline for online meet entry is midnight April 1.

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Flower Power Meet Results

Thank you everyohe who attended the Third Annual Flower Power Meet.  We look forward to hosting you again next year.

 

Congratulations to Laura Val of TAM for winning her second Flower Power Challenge 50 free event. Laura received an orchid for her accomplishment. 

 

Here are the Meet Results.

Sunrise at Morning Thunder practice

News

Morning Practices:

MWF: 6:00-7:00am

Tue Th: 5:45-7:15am

 

Afternoon Practices:

Tue Th: 11:45-1:00pm

 

Additonal swim times and more information

July 27, 2015

Fourteen Santa Rosa Masters swimmers competed at the 2015 Pacific Masters Long Course Championships, July 24-26, in San Jose.  Flower Power WON first place overall in the medium team division, and an awesome half of our swimmers won the high point award in their age groups. 

April 30, 2015

Flower Power was represented by 10 of its finest at the USMS Short Course Nationals in San Antonio, Texas held April 23-April 26,2015. Robin Buhlman, John Morales, Sheila Nelson, Ericka Richards, Sean Sullivan, Deb Swain, Brent Bessire and three of his Columbia University swimming buddies (Scott Kitzman, Chris Beach, and Christopher Tessin) placed 27th out the 260 participating teams.

April 14, 2015

Good times and good weather greeted the 16 swimmers from Santa Rosa, whose merits earned a 5th place overall in team standings at Pacific Masters (April 10-12, 2015). 

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