MAKING A SPLASH IN THE TRIANGLE COMMUNITY
The Triangle Aquatic Center (TAC) is a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization Serving the Triangle Area Since 2007.
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Privately funded through community support and donations, TAC is open to the public and welcomes all aquatic-based activities, both their participants and their aquatic owners and operators to use the state-of-the-art facility to bring health, safety, competition offerings to the citizenry of Wake County.
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AQUATIC PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AT TAC
Our Center was founded to fill the long-term need for year-round public aquatic facilities that addresses the health, safety, recreation and competition needs of Triangle citizens and organizations. TAC is the host to over 70 aquatic events and visited by more than 450,000 patrons annually. TAC is the home for the TAC TITANS Swim Team, NCHSAA Championships, Special Olympics of North Carolina, the National Black Heritage Meet and many more.
Enjoyment and Activities That Never End
Competitive racing resumes with our inaugural 2021 Event – the TAC TITANS Polar Plunge. This year’s Plunge features ten teams and more than 1050 swimmers competing over four days, January 15-18. This year’s event is a 10-session meet with a single timed finals session Friday evening then four timed finals sessions Saturday and Sunday –
Our December Championship meet series comes to an end this weekend with the 2020 TAC TITANS Jingle Bells Meet, December 18-20. This meet is for our 12 and under swimmers and offers the 11-12 swimmers a chance to swim Prelims/Finals. Nearly 400 of the Triangle and Sandhills area top young athletes will be participating in
The premier event of our December Championship season returns to TAC with this weekend’s TYR Blizzard Blitz. Nearly 500 top athletes from North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia will compete in this meet that counts towards the USA Swimming’s Virtual Winter Junior Nationals Championship. The meet kicks off Thursday evening with the 1000 Freestyle sessions
December Championship season kicks off this weekend when the Triangle Aquatic Center hosts the 2020 YOTA 18&U Winter Championship. USA Swimming’s Winter Junior Nationals event has gone virtual this year as qualified athletes swim locally between December 1-13 to post their best time for each qualified event. Thirty teams from across North Carolina are coming