competitive summer swim league in the US. The idea was an immediate success–people all around the league consumed every bit of content the pair could produce. The next year, the duo rebranded their website to become Swim Ninja. Known for their neon colored tank tops and video presence at all the big summer league meets, Swim Ninja quickly grew to cover CCSDA and MCSL–the major leagues for DC Country Clubs and Montgomery County. Swim Ninja was a great part-time summer job Ryan and Scott enjoyed doing on weekends, but as college wore on, they realized the Ninja would need to retire temporarily. After the summer of 2013, Swim Ninja went inactive. Ryan and Scott pursued professional lives in their respective fields, forcing them to leave the DC area.
Swim Ninja Today
Welcome to the Dojo
Through our broad range of media, including swimninja.com, our youtube channel, podcast network, and social media, we highlight the best aspects of our sport. Through our traveling filming crews and with user submissions, we gather a vast collection of everything youth swimming has to offer. Whether it is a record-breaking swim, a personal or team milestone, having fun with your teammates on or off the deck, or whatever defines your swimming experience, we want to share it with the rest of the world!