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3500 Lakeside Court, Suite 104
Reno, Nevada 89509
Telephone: 775-828-7946 Facsimile: 775-828-6518
Team Hotline: 775-338-5377


The Reno Aquatic Club is based in Reno, Nevada. The Head Coach of the Reno Aquatic Club is Dave Hoover. Head Age Group Coach for the Reno Aquatic Club is Randy Burns. Reno has won seven straight state championships and has sent numerous swimmers to the National and Junior National Championships.

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Welcome to the Reno Aquatic Club. The Reno Aquatic Club is a non-profit organization, and is composed of three distinct, yet interacting entities: The Swimmers, the Parents, and the Coaching staff. Each of these three is vital to the overall success of the program.

It is important to understand the benefits of joining a Year Round Program. The reasons for swimming year round include physical fitness, superior skill development, friendships, competition, college scholarships, etc. While all of these are important, and all are a part of our program, one of our main goals is to develop highly skilled individuals who are interested in competitive swimming.

The Reno Aquatic Club program consists of practice sessions and competitive meets held year round. There are two main swimming seasons, short course (25 yard meets) and long course (50-meter meets). The short course season occurs mainly in the fall, winter, and early spring. The long course season occurs during the late spring and summer. The Reno Aquatic Club program is designed to meet the needs of swimmers of all ability levels. Novice swimmers as young as 5 or 6 are taught the four basic competitive strokes: butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. Advanced swimmers compete on a local, state, regional, national, and international level.

The Reno Aquatic Club, through the athletic medium of swimming, teaches competitive skills and concepts; emphasizes a healthy mind and body; and strives to provide each individual with the skills and opportunities to experience success and achievement.