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.
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The July/August issue of Lane Lines is now available. The newsletter highlights monthly hours, events, programs and happenings at the Center. This month we bring you up to speed on the TAC expansion. We start a new series that highlights the history of swimming A printed version will be available in Spectator Seating or you
The Southern Zones Age Group Championship returns to Cary this year for the first time since 2016. Thirteen All Star teams representing their Local Swim Committees come to TAC to compete for the Zone Crown July 30th through August 3rd. This meet is a USA Swimming Championship-level meet and we should witness some outstanding swimming
The TAC TITANS and New Wave Swim Team will be participating this weekend in the Long Course Closeout Meet at TAC, July 26-28. This dual meet will feature nearly 280 athletes swimming in 5 sessions – 2 Friday, 1 Saturday and 2 Sunday. Friday and Sunday will feature a morning Prelims for 13&O swimmers and
The Triangle Aquatic Center is pleased to welcome back the YMCA Summer League Championship meet this Saturday, July 27th. Nearly 425 athletes will participate in this event, featuring YMCA locations all across the Triangle. The event gets started with warm ups at 7am and the meet getting underway at 8am. The session will last until