Adult Aquatics

The Fairport Area Swim Team (FAST) offers a comprehensive U.S. Masters Swimming club that caters to lifelong competitive swimmers, beginners, the fitness-oriented, and triathletes.  

The FAST Masters program includes the following: 

  • Traditional swim training with different yardage/interval levels for specific athlete goals.
  • Both competitive and non-competitive swim training.
  • Technique correction and instruction from a U.S. Masters Swimming Certified Coach.
  • Holistic aquatic training - cross train for your land sports in the pool! Aqua spinning, aquatic weight training & deep water running workouts available during practice time.
  • $30 per month fee or $5 drop-in.

Winter 2017/2018 Masters Swim Schedule:  

  • January/February schedule: normal practice hours. All practices are at the Fairport High School Pool on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. There are no practices on 2/19, 2/21, 2/22 due to the high school winter break.
  • Location: Fairport High School, 1 Dave Paddock Way, Fairport, NY 14450. The pool is located in the back of the building by the tennis courts. Enter through the doors by the Events Entrance. Upon entering the building, turn right into the hallway by the gymnasium. Then turn right again into the pool entrance hallway. Follow the hallway until you get to the second set of gray double-doors.
  • Please contact our coaches below if you are interested in getting started with us.

Masters Coaches: 

  • Ryan Callan - Ryan has extensive swimming and coaching experience, including coaching athletes for the Olympic Trials.
  • Greg Danner - Greg is a USMS Certified Coach (Level II) excited to work with any level adult swimmer. Greg is an active and experienced masters swimmer. He can also provide triathlete advice, as he has been the fastest overall swimmer at numerous open water events, including the IRONMAN Syracuse 70.3 and IRONMAN Eagleman 70.3.  

Please email our coaches with any questions!

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