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Championship Preview - Morgan Hill

We’re pleased to announce that our Pacific Masters Short Course Yards Championships will be hosted by Morgan Hill this year. Competition will take place at the Morgan Hill Dennis Kennedy Aquatics Center from March 27th - March 29th and the order of events will be the same as past years’ championships. Although this is a new venue for Pacific Masters, this facility has a long track record of hosting large championship meets for USA age group swimming; age group swimmers consider this one of the fastest pools in the Pacific region, and the impressive pool records back that up.

The meet will be running two 8-lane courses with an additional five lanes available for warm up and cool down. The facility boasts a large parking lot, copious on-deck seating space, and two sets of locker rooms, making it an ideal venue for our popular short course championship meet. This competition venue is also conveniently located for people traveling in from out of the area --- there are three hotels directly across the street from the pool and two more less than a mile down the road. Downtown Morgan Hill is also just a couple miles away and provides plenty of dining and shopping options!

Here’s a list of nearby, recommended hotels:

  • Hampton Inn of Morgan Hill (across street from pool)
  • Comfort Inn and Suites (across street from pool)
  • MicroTel Inn & Suites by Wyndham (across street from pool)
  • Executive Inn (across street from pool)
  • LaQuinta Inn (0.9 miles from pool)
  • Holiday Inn Express (0.8 miles from pool)

The meet host has negotiated a discount for us at the Holiday Inn Express: Swim Meet 2020 or 408.776.7676 group code SWM or say with Swim Meet 2020.

The championships are now less than two months away. If you’re looking for an opportunity to fine-tune your race strategy, be sure to check out the other great meets we have coming up this season too! We look forward to seeing you out there!

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