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  • CSSC Kicks Off 2018 With a Bang

    CSSC Kicks Off 2018 With a Bang

    The first two meets of the new year prove that 2018 is going to be an exciting time for CSSC Read More
  • CSSC Bowling Night

    CSSC Bowling Night

    On January 6th, CSSC had our team bonding event at the bowling alley Read More
  • Sprint Invitational

    Sprint Invitational

    The temperatures were unseasonably low for South Florida, but the meet was a success despite the cooler weather. Read More
  • Speedo Winter Champs Final Results

    Speedo Winter Champs Final Results

    After an action-packed 4 days, the 2017 Annual Speedo Championships have come to an end. Read More
  • 2017 Pompano Beach Turkey Classic

    2017 Pompano Beach Turkey Classic

    On Sunday, the Mullins and Silver groups participated in the Turkey Classic at Pompano! We had some great swims and a lot of best times! Read More
  • 2017 Mike Horgan Invitational

    2017 Mike Horgan Invitational

    The Lake Lytal Lightning Swim Team hosted the 2017 Mike Horgan Invitational on October 13-15, 2017 Read More
  • Great swims at the IMX Challenge

    Great swims at the IMX Challenge

    This past weekend Mullins groups participated in the IMX Challenge at Sunrise Read More
  • Kicking Mania at Mullins

    Kicking Mania at Mullins

    On Thursday, September 28th, Mullins groups participated in Kicking Mania day! Read More
  • Stellar Swims at Sunrise Open Invite

    Stellar Swims at Sunrise Open Invite

    Saturday, Sep 23 was a typical hot autumn day in Florida’s Gold Coast but CSSC swimmers did not let the heat affect Read More
  • Short course season is in full swing

    Short course season is in full swing

    This past weekend, our Mullins groups participated in the NPB 14th Annual Sprint Invitational Read More
  • Mullins Ice Cream Social

    Mullins Ice Cream Social

    On August 17, Mullins groups had an ice cream social and a surprise baby shower for Coach Jessica Read More
  • Area 2 Championships

    Area 2 Championships

    Area 2's took place July 14-16, 2017, and many CSSC swimmers qualified for JOs over the weekend Read More
  • Evdokimov returns from Phillips 66

    Evdokimov returns from Phillips 66

    At the end of June, Alex Evdokimov headed over to Indianapolis, Indiana, to compete at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships Read More
  • 2017 CSSC Banquet

    2017 CSSC Banquet

    The 2017 banquet was held on May 27th, at the lovely Congregation Kol Tikvah in Parkland Read More
  • Jesse Vasallo Invitational Results

    Jesse Vasallo Invitational Results

    CSSC participated in the Jesse Vassallo Invitational, hosted by The Pompano Beach Pirhanas, May 19-21. Read More
  • HAT Sizzler and CSSC Invitational

    HAT Sizzler and CSSC Invitational

    Last weekend, CSSC participated in two local events, including our home meet. Read More
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2018 Calendar 

Swimmers of the Month

Dec 2017 / Jan 2018

Dec 2017 / Jan 2018

We had 1 Swimmer of the Month for the Red, 2 for the Green and 2 Read More
November 2017

November 2017

We had 2 Swimmers of the Month for the Red, 2 for the Green and 2 Read More
September/October 2017

September/October 2017

We had 2 Swimmers of the Month for the Red, 4 for the Green and 4 Read More
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In The News

  • Weston Sizzler Initiates an Exciting Competition Weekend for CSSC

        On Friday, February 9th, Coral Springs Swim Club’s Read More
  • CSSC Kicks Off 2018 With a Bang

    The first two meets of the new year prove that Read More
  • CSSC Bowling Night

    On January 6th, CSSC had our team bonding event at Read More
  • Swimmers of the Month: Dec / Jan 18

    The Mullins Park program at the Coral Springs Swim Club Read More
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  • Volunteer Sign Up


 2018 FGC Junior Olympic (SCY)

March 16-18, 2018

Meet Info | TM Entry


Volunteer Sign Up

Volunteer Sign Up

Join us this February 10-11 for the 2018 Coral Springs Open Invitational (SCY)
As always, CSSC offers fun perks and to our volunteers.
  • VIP Parking 
  • Free Entry
  • Free Heat Sheet
  • Breakfast
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Lunch
Volunteer positions available for everyone.
Community service opportunities available for middle school and high school students.
​If you would like to contribute by donating breakfast items or baked goods for either day of the competition, please contact us

Naomi and Lynn
Volunteer Coordinators

Naomi Candido     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.             (954) 608-0700
Lynn McCormick   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    (260) 410-6825

Michael Lohberg Scholarship Fund

Donations to the Scholarship Fund or to sponsor a swimmer for the to Train like a Seal event can be made by pressing the button below. If sponsoring, please provide the name of the swimmer in the message box


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Escrow Payments

Escrow Payments

CSSC families can now make escrow payments online. Payments by check can still be dropped of at the Aquatic Complex office Read More
CSSC Apparel

CSSC Apparel

CSSC Towels and Blankets Available Now. Order conveniently online, and you can pick up your order at the Office! Read More
Volunteer with CSSC

Volunteer with CSSC

Volunteers Make Our Swim Club Great! Volunteers are the lifeblood of a swim team. Parents, siblings, and friends are an Read More
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Led by Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, this year’s class of 15 ISHOF inductees hail from eight different nations and join an elite group of over 700 aquatic legends enshrined in the Hall of Fame since 1965.

The Class of 2014 will be formally enshrined on Saturday, June 14, 2014 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The Class of 2014 includes swimmers Grant Hackett (AUS), Agnes Kovacs (HUN) and Tom Malchow (USA); Diver Peng Bo (CHN); Synchronized Swimmers Penny and Vicky Vilagos (CAN); Water Polo Players Carlo Silipo (ITA) and Karen Kuipers (NED); Coaches Charlotte Davis (USA) and Jozsef Nagy (HUN, USA, CAN, SPN); Open Water Swimmers Jon Erikson (USA) and Sandra Bucha (USA); Bruce S. Hopping (USA), and Norman Sarsfield (GBR)will be recognized as a Contributor.

During his Olympic career from 2000 to 2008, Grant Hackett won three gold, three silver and one bronze medal in freestyle events. In his specialty, the 1500m freestyle, he was unbeaten from 1997 to 2007, winning every major world competition and held the world record for a remarkable ten years.                 

Hungarian swimmer Agnes Kovacs, a great breaststroke swimmer won a silver medal in the 200m breaststroke at the 1996 Olympic Games before winning the gold medal in the same event in 2000, at the Sydney Olympic Games.                 

At the 1996 Olympic Games, Tom Malchow won the 200m butterfly silver medal behind the World Record holder, Denis Pankratov (RUS), only to return four years later to win the gold medal in the same event. During that time, he set the World Record, holding it for almost a year until it was broken by Michael Phelps in 2001. It was Phelps’ first world record and he has held it ever since.

 After a six-year retirement from 1985 to 1990, twins Penny and Vicki Vilagos made an unprecedented comeback at age 27 to win the 1992 Olympic Duet silver medal, only .458 points behind the gold medal winning Josephson twins (USA).

 Born in 1981 in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, in the People’s Republic of China, diver Bo Peng won the gold medal in the 3m springboard at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

The icon of Italian water polo for nearly a decade, Carlo Silipo won seven Italian National titles in the world’s premier professional league, and played on Italy’s Olympic gold and bronze medal winning teams of 1992 and 1996.

Karin Kuipers is the third female water polo player to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame, behind America’s Maureen O’Toole and Australia’s Debbie Watson. In the infancy of women’s water polo during the pre–Olympic years, Karin was a legend.

Charlotte Davis was instrumental in the formation of the USA National Synchronized Swimming Team program, which began in 1979. She remained active with the National Team for the next 21 years, until she retired in 2000. During her tenure as the Director of the National Team programs, the USA was the dominant force in international synchronized swimming.

Hungarian born swimming coach, Jozsef Nagy, developed the Wave Breaststroke that has revolutionized breaststroke swimming. Nagy and his Hall of Fame swimmer Mike Barrowman, had a huge impact on the way breaststroke is swum today, originally created on paper, then proven in “practice” years later.

Rather than retire from swimming after her high school days, as was the case with most female American swimmers in the pre-Title IX era, Sandra Bucha joined the male dominated professional marathon circuit and competed against the men, mano-a-mano, and helped pave the way for Open Water swimming as an Olympic sport.

When he was just fourteen years of age, Jon Erikson made headlines around the world as the youngest swimmer to successfully swim across the English Channel. Twenty-two years later he set another milestone by becoming the first to do a triple crossing of the same Channel.

Norman Sarsfield gave a lifetime of effort to swimming on local, national and international levels. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) (1981) by Queen Elizabeth, the FINA Prize Eminence (1990) (the only Briton to have received it), the FINA Silver Pin and Luxembourg's Commander of the Order of Merit (1991), all for services to swimming.

Bruce S. Hopping is Chairman and Founder of the Kalos Kagathos Foundation (KKF). Just as when Baron Pierre de Coubertin awarded Olympic medals for artistic sculpture in each of the Games from 1986 to 1948, the KKF has created lasting symbols of fine art that have been awarded for outstanding performance in the aquatic disciplines. Many of the commissioned artworks and sculptures are on display at the ISHOF.

About the ISHOF
The International Swimming Hall of Fame & Museum was established in 1965 as a not-forprofit educational organization in the City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and was recognized by FINA, the international governing body for the Olympic aquatic sports, in 1968. The Mission of ISHOF is to PRESERVE and CELEBRATE aquatic history, to EDUCATE the general public about the importance of swimming as the key to water safety, drowning prevention, better health and a better quality of life, and to INSPIRE everyone to be a swimmer. ISHOF’s collection of swimming memorabilia, art, photos and films, along with archival documents and rare books in the Henning Library, make ISHOF the premier repository and academic research resource for swimming and aquatic history in the world.