The Huntsville Swim Association (HSA) has partnered with the City of Huntsville, the Inner City Learning Center, the Dr. Richard Showers Center, a Rocket City Swim League Team, Compass Life, and a growing team of local businesses to implement the Swim For Success Program.

Established in 1969, the mission of HSA is to produce excellence in individual swimmers knowing the byproducts result in long term success for them in and out of the pool. Over the last few years, HSA has expanded our mission to focus on those byproducts and is committed to investing in the overall well being and success of our community by fueling change for the underserved, building community, and saving lives. 

​Over the years, countless athletes have competed at the collegiate, national, and international level with both former and current HSA swimmers holding 15 regional relay and individual records. The team has won the Southeast Regional Championship numerous times and finished within the top 3 at national level meets.  

"We want to thank HSA for its leadership in this critical endeavor and stand ready to partner with them towards a successful campaign."

                                Mayor Tommy Battle 
Since its founding, HSA has produced an incredible family of swimmers to include Olympic Medalist, Dr. John Piersma. John was recently inducted into the Huntsville -Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame. HSA swimmers and alumni continue to qualify for the Olympic trials including Zach Harting who swam against Michael Phelps in the finals of the 200 fly this summer. Also competing at the trials this year was HSA's very own Kobie Melton and Cameron Conners  

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2016 Olympic Trials 
Cameron Conners
Kobie Melton & Zach Harting