About

The Flying Fish Swim Club is a competitive swim team based in Miami Florida, which strives to have a team of the highest integrity; which promotes leadership and great sportsmanship. The club was created in 2001, by Head Coach Andrew Phillips, Olympian and  former competitive swimmer for Jamaica. 

Our members are taught to focus on setting goals, not only within the sport of competitive swimming  but also in their day to day personal and professional lives, through discipline, desire and dedication. 

Our clubs motto is Discipline Desire Dedication which we translate to mean, once you have the desire to achieve a goal, it takes discipline to stay focused and understand that it will take time and effort, in other words dedication  in order to achieve the goal. 

The Flying Fish Swim Club is more than just a swim team, we are an extended family and our members all represent the club with not only pride but passion. 

Our club name is in honour of the late Neville Alexander who was inducted into the Swimming Hall of Fame in 1975; Mr Alexander was very instrumental throughout Andrew’s swimming career as his coach and mentor. 

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Governed by USA Swimming

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Members of Florida Gold Coast Swimming

Members of Florida Gold Coast Swimming


Competitive programme:

Our swimming programme is designed by our dedicated coaches, specifically for each level swimmer and age group; this is to ensure all swimmers can reach their highest potential

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12 & UNDER

BEGINNER:

Kids are learning the four basic competitive strokes, how to execute proper touches and turns, also learning the importance of streamline position.

Ages: 5 to 8 years old Time: 5:00p.m to 6:00p.m Training: 2 days a week.

INTERMEDIATE:

Swimmers are training daily in the four competitive strokes with the emphasis on stroke drills proper body position, breathing, stroke mechanics and starts & turns.

Ages: 8 to 12 years old. Time: 5:00p.m to 6:00p.m Training: 3 to 5 days a week

Jr-COMPETITIVE (Advanced):

These swimmers are learning how to compete, have and set goal ,race strategy, while also working on stroke mechanics and technique on daily basis.

Ages: 8 to 12 years. Time: 6:30p.m to 8:00p.m. Training: 5 days a week.

 
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13 & OVER:

BEGINNER:

Here swimmers are learning the four competitive strokes starts turns placing most of the emphasis on stroke technique giving them the opportunity to improve upon and develop the ability to learn about competitive swimming.

Age: 13 & over. Time: 5:00p.m to 6:30 p.m. Training: 2 days a week.

INTERMEDIATE:

Swimmers at this level are training to compete on a monthly basis. Learning how to develop and plan how to race, emphasis daily on stroke drills.

Age: 13 & over. Time: 5:00p.m to 6:30 p.m. Training Swim 4 to 5 days a week and 2 days dry-land

ADVANCED:

Trains two hours a day, two mornings a week on Saturdays mornings and 2-3 times a week dry land and gym work for strength. This group of simmers are training to compete at the highest level of swimming in the country.

Age: 13 & over. Time: 6:00p.m to 8:00p.m. Training: Swim 5 days a week and 2 to 3 dry-land