About the Series  

The St. Louis Endurance Open Water Series is more than just a chance to jump in the lake.  Join us for opportunities to meet new people, discuss your swim capabilities with qualified coaching staff, expand your out-of-water training with beautiful trails, and talk to experts for ways to improve your swimming in and out of the pool. 
 
Think a 50 meter lane is a great opportunity to dial in your stroke?  Imagine what a 250 meter lane can do.  Proud to offer a buoy'd, lifeguarded swim featuring labeled distances with options such as 500m, 750m, 1000m, 1500m, and 1.2 miles.  This is the chance to take your swim up a notch right in your own backyard.

Our 8 swim opportunites at beautiful Simpson Lake will give you unpresedented value and unequaled flexibility as you expand your training.  Click here to learn more!! 
Time to take your swim
to the next level
REGISTER FOR 4 OR MORE DATES FOR SWAG!!!
Aug 5, 2017
July 1, 2017
July 15, 2017
July 22, 2017
July 29, 2017
Aug 12, 2017
Sept 2, 2017
Sept 16, 2017

Are you a swimmer?

  1. Master's Swimmers
    Master's Swimmers
    You have taken your love of swimming and dialed it in to the point that your body is a machine. You know that muscle matters, but the ability to use it correctly makes you a Master.
  2. Fitness Enthusiasts
    Fitness Enthusiasts
    The pool is a device to advance your fitness goals. You look down the length of the lane in front of you and see a stronger body and healthier lifestyle. Now it's time to move to the next level.
  3. New Athletes
    New Athletes
    It's time to get out there and challenge yourself, but where to start? You've been in the water a few times and you are searching for a love of your own. Try this on, it will fit like a glove.
 
The Swimmer's Creed  
 
I am a swimmer.

Man is not designed to conquer water.  Water is the most powerful force on earth.

And while I know this, I must stand in defiance of it.
 
The highest degree of discipline defines every muscle contraction, I am conscious of every movement of my body, and I am victorious not by being more powerful than the water, but by being more focused.

I work tirelessly to refine my efforts, taking minutes and seconds as my prize. I am the only one who can define what I am designed to do.
 
I am a swimmer.