SEA MONKEYS SWIMMING offers the best in private learn-to-swim and coaching services.
Sea Monkeys Swimming Founder and Olympic Hall of Fame inductee Gary Hall, Jr. represented the United States at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics winning ten Olympic medals (five gold, three silver, two bronze). Hall is well known for his "Sea Monkey like" antics before a competition; frequently strutting onto the pool deck in boxing robes and bedazzled capes, shadow boxing and flexing for the audience. Gary's father, Gary Hall, Sr., carried the United States flag in the 1976 Olympic Games, where he was team captain. He held 10 world records, was World Swimmer of the Year twice and won three Olympic medals. Gary's grandfather was a collegiate champion in swimming and his maternal uncle was on the 1976 Olympic team with Gary, Sr.
Gary serves on the National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute Leadership Board, co-authored the International Olympic Committee Consensus Statement on Youth Sport and is published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. He serves as Secretary of Sanford Health's Research and World Clinic Board.
Gary's family runs The Race Club, a swimming organization he founded in 2003. His sister Bebe owns Hall Swim Academy. His brother owns Legacy Swim Academy. His Aunt and Uncle run Hubbard Family Swim School.
Our friendly approach to water safety and instructional coaching, for swimmers of all ability, puts the FUN in Sea Monkeys Swimming.