Connecticut, the home state of U.S. National Team swimmer Kieran Smith (above), has said that pools will reopen in Phase 2 of the state’s coronavirus…
The two LSCs, which combined have around 30,000 athlete members, have each published letters to their respective state governors asking for pools to be reopened.
Iowa is the 25th state to announce a plan to reopen pools in the near future, with lap swimming and lessons allowed to resume on May 22.
Large summer leagues in Chattanooga, Tennessee (above) and Madison, Wisconsin have cancelled their 2020 seasons, while Fort Wayne, Indiana is still on.
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West Virginia, home to the smallest of USA Swimming’s 59 Local Swimming Committees, has cleared the way for pools to reopen on May 30.
The next five weeks or so will see the return of all clubs, followed by dual meets and other small competitions restarting in July.
North Carolina has announced that pools will be included as part of its Phase 2 reopening plan, which is due to begin on Friday.
Two New Jersey high school swimmers appeared on the Fox & Friends TV show to talk about their petition asking New Jersey’s governor to reopen pools.
Texas Ford Aquatics in the suburbs of Dallas has reopened its doors and is seeing nearly 100% attendance among its upper-level swimmers.
Nitro Swimming in Austin, Texas, with over 2,000 athlete members, has resumed training for all of its groups as of Monday.
The state of Utah announced that most business in the state will be reopened, including public pools. However, there will be regulations in place.
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