USA Swimming has moved the January stop of its 2021 Pro Swim Series to Richmond, Virginia. That should be the opening stop of the series.
The long course qualifying standards for the 2021 Pro Swim Series meets will remain the same as the Olympic Trials standards, with yards and bonus cuts available as well.
Richmond, Virginia will host the first stop of the 2020-2021 USA Swimming Pro Swim Series, with much smaller fields expected than last year.
USA Swimming updated its 2020-2021 calendar, adding a second November Pro Swim Series stop and announcing night prelims & morning finals for half of the PSS.
USA Swimming has announced that it will sanction competitions in July, but times will not count towards qualification for national-level meets or events.
Jim Gerson says: “It’s a really exciting time to be re-joining team Speedo. Pentland has an outstanding track-record in brand building…”
The 2020-21 Pro Swim Series schedule features a pair of location changes from 2019-20, including the debut of San Antonio, Texas as a host.
USA Swimming has officially canceled its summer meets, but plans to run regional meets in mid-summer and kick-start national competition again in late 2020.