Huntington Masters Swim Team

The Huntington Masters Swim Team ("HUMS"), an official club of US Masters Swimming, holds daily early-morning pool workouts year-round at the Huntington YMCA, 60 Main Street, Huntington (contact the Y at 631-421-4242 for Full Y membership fee information).

Indoor Pool Workouts in one of the Y’s two 25-yard pools begin at 5:30 a.m. weekdays and 7:00 a.m. weekends and last one to two hours. These workouts are open to all Full Y members.

Open-Water Swims are held from May to November at West Neck Beach and other local Long Island beaches. Outdoor swim schedules are posted on The Water-Blog.

Want to swim for the Home Team? You can! Join HUMS at

Sunday, March 27, 2011

TRI / Masters Swim Meet: March 27, 2011, Huntington YMCA

Prizes and Swimmers were lined up and ready to go for this 6th Annual Swim Classic!

There are a couple of videos below! 

Email From Coach Bob: The results are in and it looks like Bob's team, Big Orange, beat Lynn's team, Mean Green Machine (again...hee hee)...the relay scores were pretty close - Orange - 26; Green - 24.  But the individual results put Big Orange over the top.  2 methods of determining total points were where only the top 5 places (male and/or female) received points (Orange - 116; Green - 55) and the other where men and women were scored separately (Orange - 200; Green - 95).  So the final team standings remain the same...  

Orange and Green Swim It Out For Prizes And Honor

Stop Rocking and Start Swimming!

First Dinner... Than Dancing (Or At Least Rocking!)

March 26, 2011: Saturday Night in Huntington and the Town was ROCKING! Seven of us decided to eat out at F. H. Riley's before listening to Tim play at Nag's Head (see video below).

Margot and Jay thought F. H. Riley's was crowded... it would seem empty compared to the crowd at Nag's Head!

Carol sporting the latest fashion accessory -- neon ear plugs. Fashionable and smart when you're standing about three feet from the band!

When do you get on stage again Tim? "Here, right here. That's only about 6 songs away!"

BACKGROUND: Huntington area swimmers got together at the Nag's Head Ale House on New York Avenue in Huntington New York to hear fellow Pod member Tim Sullivan play blues harmonica with "Blue Sky Reign".  The 8:00pm concert was a fundraiser for Marine Lt. James Byler, who was wounded in Afghanistan. All proceeds will go to renovate Lt. Byler's Huntington home.

Tim At Nag's Head Ale House March 26, 2011