Kentucky Masters Swimming
Kentucky Local Masters Swimming Committee
Kentucky Masters Swimming is the governing body for Masters swimming in the Kentucky LMSC (Local Masters Swimming Committee). We subscribe to the founding principles of United States Masters Swimming: to encourage and promote improved physical fitness and health in adults, to offer adults the opportunity to participate in a lifelong fitness and/or competitive swimming program, to encourage organizations and communities to establish and sponsor Masters swimming programs, and to enhance fellowship and camaraderie among Masters swimmers.
The KY-LMSC covers the geographic area of the state of Kentucky, with the addition of Floyd and Clark Counties, Indiana (de facto suburbs of Louisville). In 2005, we had 521 swimmers, ranging in age from 18 to 93.
Click here for a history of the LMSC.
Current KY-LMSC board members are:
Results now available for Maehr Mile
Results now available for Barbara Stevens Invitational
Splash & Swim for The Eliminate Project - February 1, 2014
On Saturday, February 1, 2014, make plans to be at the Bowling Green High School pool at 1801 Rockingham Lane. Here are the tentative times for the events:
Results available for Louisville Invitational
Lakeside Mile entry now available (no online entry)
SKY finishes 12th among regional clubs at USMS Summer Nationals in Mission Viejo, Calif. Results here. Special congratulations to Jordan Proffitt, national champion in men's 30-34 50 and 200 fly, and 200 IM! Jordan also broke the LMSC record in the 50 back, 200 fly, and 200 IM. The 50 back record had stood since 1984!
Results now available for 2013 Lakeside Invitational.
Congratulations to our Kentucky swimmers who competed at the National Senior Games in Cleveland: Pam Martin, Wendy Medley, Norah Kute, Caroline Donnelly, Sigi Klein, Jimbo Martin, Bill Tingley, Harold Staples, Cork Haberek, Charlie Miesner, Ron Otto, Frances Jones, Jon Shastid, Ted Wathen, and Ralph Johanson. Special congratulations to Pam Martin, Chris Curl, Bill Tingley, and Jon Shastid for breaking Kentucky LMSC records in the process! Results here