A group of aquatics professionals, including coaches and Olympians, have coalesced to try and aid the government in making a decision.
NCAP, the largest club in the country, will require coaches and swimmers to wear masks and will take daily temperature checks once back in the water.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has officially lifted the state of emergency declared over the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in his nation.
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British Swimming’s Performance Leadership Group (PLG) is in the process of developing an ‘Elite Sport Return to Training Guidance (ESRTTG)’ plan.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced that youth sports, including swimming, can return in the state beginning June 1, with safety restrictions in place.
For some states, pool reopenings are several phases away. For others, there is no listed phase or target date as of yet.
Hawaii, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, and Oklahoma could all see pools reopening next month, based on each state’s plans for a return from coronavirus quarantine.
As pools reopen after COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns, we’ll track each state’s opening dates and guidelines for reopening in our index.
Pennsylvania is among the states that have begun allowing indoor and outdoor pools to reopen. Pennsylvania counties can reopen as they move to “green” status.
Nebraska will reopen pools in all but its four hardest-hit counties. New Hampshire will reopen pools, but only on a reservation basis.
Madrid and Barcelona, where the nation’s main high-performance training centers are located, move today onto Phase 1 in the de-escalation process.
Australia’s John Coates says that October will be crucial in determining if the Tokyo Olympic Games can go forward in 2021.
Youngstown State University has announced that, due to the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, they will be reducing athletics budgets.