We’re hiring lifeguards for our pools, instructors for swim lessons, and coaches for the Tsunami Swim Team. Pay starts at $12 an hour, and you must be at least 16 years old. If you’re not certified, American Red Cross certification programs are available. Continue reading Make a splash and some cool summer cash ($12 an hour!) as a lifeguard at our pools
With summer approaching, the College Station Tsunami Swim Team is gearing up for another season of competition, building strength, and gaining confidence. Registration runs through June 30, and practice starts May 3. Here are five indisputable reasons to become a Tsunami. Continue reading 5 indisputable reasons to join the Tsunami Swim Team
As Gov. Greg Abbott continues his plans to open Texas, the Parks and Recreation Department has been making plans for reopening spaces, facilities, and programs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at our current situation, including some answers to your most frequent questions. Continue reading Parks & Recreation: What’s open and what’s not?
The College Station Tsunami Swim Team had 36 athletes punch their tickets to the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation’s Summer Games of Texas at last week’s regional meet in Bryan. More than 2,400 swimmers will compete in the Games from July 25-28 at the Texas A&M Natatorium. Continue reading 36 Tsunami swimmers qualify for Games of Texas
Summer league swimming has changed over the years, but the things that matter — friendships, fun, family involvement, and fitness — have stayed the same. Registration for the College Station Tsunamis is underway and runs through July 8. Continue reading Tsunamis a gateway to fun, fitness and memories
By Kelli Nesbitt, Parks & Recreation Marketing Coordinator
The City of College Station Tsunami swim team had 14 athletes punch their tickets to the TAAF Games of Texas on Saturday at the regional meet in Navasota.
The group will compete against more than 2,800 swimmers from across the state from July 30- Aug. 3 at the Texas A&M Natatorium. Swimmers at the 2014 Games of Texas set 64 meet records.