Swimming Canada has released its official COVID-19 Return to Swimming Framework, outlining their recommendations for return to training and competition.
The Russian National Swimming Team will hold a training camp at Lake Round on June 2, after the approval of reopening policies.
The money, which was funneled through the USA Swimming Foundation, exceeds the initial pledge of $1.5 million, and comes with up to $1.5 million more in round 2.
As many states begin to allow the re-opening of pools, swim teams across the country are able to return to the water for the first time in months.
Among the teams is Riptide Swim Club, which means world record holder Regan Smith can return to the water regularly.
Under the new 2020-21 academic calendar, fall semester will still end in December, but classes will be online from Thanksgiving onward.
Home to some of the nation’s biggest and most successful swim clubs, pools in the greater Washington D.C. area will be allowed to reopen on Friday. (Above: US National Teamer Phoebe Bacon of NCAP, lives in Maryland)
SAC has published specific diagrams of two of its facilities showing the area where each athlete can swim and leave their bag on deck.
Members of the Indiana pro group have been able to train in a pond twice a week on the grounds of a south Bloomington subdivision.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Danish Swimming Union says that swimming has been moved from Phase 4 of Denmarks’ reopening plan, meaning the sport could start resuming by June 8.
Swimmingly and Gulf Swimming to launch virtual swim meet competitions to member swim teams in the Houston area.
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