GREENSBORO, NC- This past weekend (Dec. 5-8) six Baylor Swim Club athletes competed in the 2018 USA Swimming Speedo Winter Junior Championships- EAST at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, NC. This is one of the top swimming competitions in the country on an annual basis for swimmers eighteen-years-old and under. Leading the way for Baylor were some outstanding swims from both Ellie Waldrep and Addison Smith.
The Baylor Swim Club will once again be offering new swimmers evaluations on Monday, December 17th at 5:30 PM at the Baylor School Natatorium. All new swimmers interested in joining the competitive program during the 2018-2019 season should attend this evaluation. We have two convenient practice sites located at the Baylor School and the Hamilton Family YMCA. See complete details at the links below.
The Baylor Swimming Staff would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe holiday season. Developmental groups will NOT have practice the week of Dec. 24-28. Practices will return to a normal schedule on Monday, January 7, 2019.
LOUISVILLE, KY- On Saturday and Sunday, December 2-3, over thirty Baylor Swim Club athletes traveled to Louisville, KY to race in the 2018 Cardinal Christmas Classic held at the University of Louisville Ralph Wright Natatorium. Over 600 swimmers from the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, and West Virginia competed in the swim meet.
- Complete Meet Results
- Photo Gallery
DALTON, GA– On Saturday, December 1st, over fifty Baylor Swim Club athletes traveled to Dalton, GA to race in the 2018 Jingle Bell Classic Meet. Over 200 swimmers from the states of Tennessee and Georgia competed in the swim meet held at Dalton High School Pool. Congratulations to all Baylor swimmers for an outstanding meet on Saturday.
CHATTANOOGA, TN– On Wednesday, November 14th, Baylor Swim Club / Baylor School athlete Jack Kirby signed a college national letter of intent to attend the University of Southern California located in Los Angeles. Kirby is a four-year boarding student from the Caribbean island of Barbados and is a seven-time NISCA All-American. He was the 2018 TISCA State Champion in the 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, and a member of the Baylor School’s state champion 400-yard freestyle relay. Jack Kirby has also been a member of the Barbados Swimming Federation national team, and just came off a trip to the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Below you will find more of Jack Kirby’s accomplishments at the Baylor School.