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Welcome to Princeton Tigers Aquatics Club!

Tigers Aquatics Club is a youth competitive swim club serving central New Jersey from the Princeton University DeNunzio Pool. We look forward to working together with our  swimmers and families to create a powerhouse club swim team!

Tigers Aquatics is a non-profit elite youth sports organization serving the Central New Jersey community. We are a non-profit member club offering competitive swimming programs for the Novice through National level athlete. Tigers Aquatics is associated with New Jersey Swimming and USA Swimming, the governing body of our country’s most successful Olympic sport.

Our coaches and staff have developed a tremendous program intended to provide one of the most comprehensive youth sports opportunities in the area. Tigers Aquatics offers a guided age-group youth program for children ages 5 and up, from the beginner to the most competitive, skilled swimmer. Swimming with Tigers Aquatics provides physical, emotional and intellectual skills while instilling the values of sportsmanship and team work. All of our coaches, as members of the American Swim Coaches Association, have access to the most comprehensive training and certification program available in youth sports. We are dedicated to the success and improvement of the Tigers Aquatics Club and each individual swimmer.

 

 

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2017 Photos of the Year: FINA World Junior Championships
Thursday, December 31, 2017
The Winter 2017-18 issue of Splash should be in your mailboxes any day now. This issue features our 2017 Year in Review. Read all about the most influential and impactful events from the past year. Some are happy; some are sad. All reaffirm USA Swimming as the top swimming program in the world. As a companion to our print edition, we will be running a series on the top photos of the year from some of our biggest competitions. Today we take a look at the top photos from the 2017 FINA World Junior Championships, Aug. 23-28, in Indianapolis. (Photos by Streeter Lecka//Getty Images)
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