M.S.Z.V. Tiburón

Maastricht Student Swimming Team

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events




9-11 june: NSZK IV Delft

In june more events will come but a date hasnt been decided
It will be on the facebook as well.



The next and last NSZK is coming, this time it will take place in the beautiful Delft on the 10th of June.

This is the last NSZK of the year so no reason not to join!
Click here to sign up.

And of course as always there will be a party on saturday evening.
the theme is SLUMBERPARTY, so bring some extra party pyjames!!



Get your swimwear ready!

Get your swimwear ready!

Join the Tiburón swimteam!! 

Do you like to swim and party and want to see if you can still float? Come to one of our trainings and try it out!

Who are we?

We are a variety of students from all over the world swimming for this one great team, either recreationally or competitively.

We have two experienced coaches for all levels of swimming, doesn’t matter if all you can do is float or swim at a high level, there is something for everyone!

Swimming is not the only thing we have in common, we also enjoy activities ranging from having dinner to going on weekends abroad together.

When do we train?

We train twice a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes each session on Tuesdays (19:30) and Thursdays (21:00). We enter the pool 15 minutes before the training starts. So we ask you to be there at 19:15 on Tuesdays and 20:45 on Thursdays.


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us!

Want to join MSZV Tiburón Register here!
  • Training Hours
  • About us

After a long, long day of studying behind your desk, listening to lectures, sitting in the library, there is nothing better than some exercise!
There is practice twice a week in swimming pool ‘het Geusseltbad’.

Training: 19:30-20:45 (we enter the pool at 19:15)

Training: 21:00-22:15 (we enter the pool at 20:45)


At Tiburón we like two things very much: swimming and partying. The assocation offers the facilities to train in swimming for both competitive swimmers and the little less experienced

The weekly Study avoiding behavior (SAB)

Question: What has one eye but cannot see?

Missed one? Click here


A Needle! A Needle!

MSZV Tiburón