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Texas Ford Aquatics is the premier location for everyone to swim.  With over 1700 swimmers between our competitive USA Swimming program and our developmental SwimAmerica Swim School, our goal is to provide a lane for every swimmer.  We strive to provide the opportunity for anyone to improve their swimming skills and achieve success at their level of ability whether they are a novice swimmer or national competitor. 

Texas Ford Aquatics began as a parent-run board in 2002 as Frisco Aquatics, and became coach-owned in 2010.  Since then, our team has grown leaps and bounds producing great swimmers along the way. In August of 2014, the team partnered with the North Texas Ford Dealers in a naming rights sponsorship, changing the name of the team and also naming the team’s new facility, which opened in October 2014.

Our staff has a wide range of experience as both athletes and coaches.  As swimmers, our staff has experience up to the highest level of our sport, including national, international, and collegiate competitive swimming.  Our staff has also coached swimmers at every level of the sport, from their first swim meet to their first national meet.  All coaches are ASCA and USA Swimming certified and takes great pride in developing a swimmer for long term success instead of short term burnout.  Our head coach is ranked at the highest professional level as a Level 5 coach with the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA).  He has coached world ranked athletes, including junior national champions, national qualifiers and finalists, and Olympic qualifiers and finalists.

Our team has produced Top 10 nationally ranked swimmers, Olympic Trial, National, and Junior National qualifiers and finalists.  A USA Swimming Junior National Team member, NCAA scholarship athletes, state champions, and state record holders.  Our program has achieved the Silver Medal Club award through USA Swimming’s Club Excellence Program every year since 2013, as well as a Level 4 ranking in the USA Swimming Club Recognition Program (highest level).

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