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2016 FSPA Swim Meet

FSPA High School Invitational Swimming & Diving Meet

In its 39th year, the FSPA Invitational Swimming & Diving Meet is one of the most exciting and fulfilling events the Florida Swimming Pool Association supports. The swim meet is the largest meet of its kind in the southeastern United States.

The meet is sanctioned by the Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA) and observed by USA Swimming (#OB-16-5010).

September 30 – October 1,  2016

2016 RESULTS

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Location
Sailfish Splash Aquatic Athletics Center
931 SE Ruhnke Street
Stuart, Florida 34994 (directions)
Ph: 772-320-3100
www.sailfishsplash.com

Hotels
Discounted rates have been arranged with several hotels. Download the hotel room prices and contacts here and be sure to book under the FSPA Swimming and Diving Meet.

Sponsors and Volunteersswimsponors
Thank you to all of our amazing sponsors and volunteers that helped to make this year’s event a success!

Host high schools:  Jensen Beach High and South Fork High

Thank you to the TreasureCoast Sports Commission for their assistanceM_TCSC_Horz_Flags_CMYK_LG_NoFonts

www.TreasureCoastSports.org

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