Masters Swim

Masters Swim Team offers organized swim workouts for adults ranging from former competitive swimmers to those transitioning to a swim team-style workout.

A team-based adult training program

The Rose Bowl Aquatic Center Masters Swim Team is a team-based adult training program. Coach Chad Durieux supervises the morning, afternoon, and evening workouts. Swimming skill levels range from novice competitive swimmers to former Olympic competitors. Lanes are organized with swimmers grouped according to ability. Some members are training for specific events while most train for broad health and fitness reasons. The atmosphere is a general mixture of dedication and fun.

Masters Swim Team
Masters Swim Team

Rose Bowl Aquatic Center Masters Swimming offers fifteen workouts in an average week.  Workouts are typically 1 hour long.  We have 3 seasons year that we train for as well as helping train open water, triathletes and for other water based sports.  We swim all year round with the exception to holidays and days the center is closed. Please contact the coach first before dropping in. Thank you!


Mon / Tues / Weds / Thurs / Fri
6:00 AM - 7:00 AM
Mon / Tues / Weds / Thurs / Fri
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Mon / Tues / Weds / Thurs / Fri
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Mon / Tues / Weds / Thurs / Fri
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
5:30 AM - 6:30 AM Distance Workout
6:30 AM - 7:30 AM Technical Workout


Monthly pass: $115.00
Quarterly cost: $320.00


Chad Durieux
Cheryl Simmons
Water Fitness Instructor
Ralph Porrazzo
Scott Player
11-12 Bronze
Mariya Petrova
Alex Hale
Jeremy Yee
Senior 1


How many swimmers attend a typical workout?

The numbers average about 70 in the morning and 40 in the afternoon.

How much does it cost to join the Masters Swim Team?

Monthly pass: $115.00
Quarterly cost: $320.00

There is also an annual fee of $60 for insurance that is paid to the US Masters Association by clicking here. Please contact Coach Chad before registering.

What are the facilities like at the Center?

The facilities at the Center are world-class in quality and management. (The United States Olympic Swim Team trained here prior to departing for the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics.) The Center has two outdoor 50-meter Olympic pools. The competition (West) pool can be configured in 25 yard (width) or 50 meter (length) configuration. The recreation (East) pool is always in the 25 yard (width) configuration.

My schedule is unpredictable. Does that affect my eligibility to join the Masters Swim Team?

Everyone understands the demands imposed by family and professional work schedules and, thus, you do not have to start and stop in unison with the team. However, the value of participating with a team will provide you with the greatest benefit in your swimming efforts. Ideally, you should start your workout with the group and finish as much of the workout as possible.

Does the Masters Swim Team attend organized events?

Rose Bowl Masters is a Nationally ranked team in the United States Masters Swimming organization. We compete at local meets throughout the year as well as attending our Local Zone Championships 3 times a year for Short Course Yards, Long Course Meters and Short Course Meters. Attending these competitions or Meets are not required of the team members but it is expected that everyone participates to help the team to grow and become recognized as an international titan. Team members have competed in meets that include FINA Masters World Championships, USA Olympic Trials, USMS Nationals. We also have many other types of athletes that compete in local to international Triathlons and Open Water swims. For more information visit: or 

Masters Swim Gallery

We'd love to hear from you!

We ask that you please allow 24-48 hours
for your email inquiry to be responded to.

Please be aware that we respond to emails
in the order in which they are received.

Chad Durieux, Head Coach