Club/Pool Search

By Julie J. -

CLUB SEARCHES

Now that you've signed up for Swim.com, it's time to join a swimming club!  Joining a club allows you to see other club members' workouts and a club leaderboard - useful information for comparing how you're doing in relation to your teammates and competition.  You can search for existing clubs right from your dashboard.  Just mouse over "Discover" then click "Clubs" or on the left hand side of the home page you can click "Discover Clubs".  

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On the next page, you'll see a map and a search bar.

  1. Enter club name (if you know it) or a city and state in the search bar.
  2. Click "SEARCH".
  3. Two icons can appear on your map if a club is close to the location you searched. One is a blue, square pin that marks the location of a local club. The second is a blue or yellow circle with a number in it which denotes the number of clubs in a close proximity to that area.

SQUARE PINS

  • Moving your mouse cursor over a pin will turn the icon green and pop up a small window with the name of the club and the address.
  • Clicking on a pin will also turn the pin green and pop up the same information window, but it will not disappear if you move your mouse cursor.  
  • You can directly join a club from this pop up by clicking the blue "JOIN" button or to see more detailed information about the club, click on the club name.

NUMBERED CIRCLES

  • Clicking the numbered blue or yellow circle will zoom the map in closer, revealing more pins.
  • Use the zoom slider on the left side of the map to zoom in and out of a location.

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 If you can't find a club you want to join, you can also create your own club by clicking on the blue "ADD A CLUB" button on the lower right corner of the map.  Also, **A club must be claimed by an owner first before others may join the club**  The first person to join a club will become the owner of that club.

 

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POOL SEARCHES

Pool searches function in the exact same way as a club search.  To search for pools, mouse over "Discover" then click "Pools".

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On the next page, you'll see a map and a search bar.

  1. Enter pool name (if you know it) or a city and state in the search bar.
  2. Click "SEARCH".
  3. Two icons can appear on your map if a pool is close to the location you searched. One is a blue, square pin that marks the location of a local pool. The second is a blue or yellow circle with a number in it which denotes the number of pools in a close proximity to that area.

SQUARE PINS

  • Moving your mouse cursor over a pin will turn the icon green and pop up a small window with the name of the pool and the address.
  • Clicking on a pin will also turn the pin green and pop up the same information window, but it will not disappear if you move your mouse cursor.  
  • Clicking on the name of the facility from this pop up will give you more detailed information about the pool, including leaderboards.

NUMBERED CIRCLES

  • Clicking the numbered blue or yellow circle will zoom the map in closer, revealing more pins.
  • Use the zoom slider on the left side of the map to zoom in and out of a location.Pool_Search_1.jpg 

If you can't find the facility you are looking for and know it exists, you can add it by clicking on the blue "ADD A POOL" button on the lower right corner of the map.

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