Tampa Bay Frogman Swim Photo

The Story

The Tampa Bay Frogman Swim traces its roots to raising funds and awareness for a SEAL officer severely injured in September 2009 while serving in Afghanistan. Since the inaugural Jan 2010 event, we’ve grown from raising $34,000 with 39 swimmers, as many kayakers, and 30 onlookers to a professionally set course with over 150 swimmers, 150 kayakers and hundreds of spectators covered by local TV and various media. In January 2014, the Tampa Bay Frogman Swim, now an official event of the Navy SEAL Foundation, raised over $275,000.

We are looking for individual and swim team partners that are interested in combining swimming with community service to join us and support the Navy SEAL Foundation.

Come swim with the SEALs and "Never Leave a Man Behind".