North Carolina has released an amended calendar for high school sports, including a delaying and shortening the swimming season by about a month.
The opening of the new Kern High School Aquatics Center aims to increase the number of KHSD water polo programs from 2 to 8-10 this coming year.
Pennsylvania’s fall high school sports are briefly postponed as the PIAA deliberates. Meanwhile Louisiana has released 3 options for high school swim meets.
The state of Arizona will postpone the start of fall sports, but will still keep all fall sports – including swimming & diving – in the fall season.
St. Charles, Illinois swimmer and future Ball State Cardinal Mary Kate Phillips used CPR to save a young neighbor who was choking.
Indian Creek High School in Trafalgar, Indiana has renamed its swimming pool after swimmer Chase Smith following his recent re-diagnosis with cancer.
Colorado will move several fall high school sports, including football, to the spring, creating a fourth sports season and condensing all four seasons.
Minnesota has approved high school girls swimming & diving to remain in the fall season, though limited to two-team meets in a condensed season.
Maryland has postponed high school sports in both fall and winter seasons for the 2020-2021 school year – that includes girls and boys swimming & diving.
The new IHSA plan includes the creation of 4 shortened seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer, as well as shifting some sports to different seasons.
The Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) has announced its decision that “educational based activities” will continue as planned this fall.
The full updated 2020-2021 California HS Aquatics Schedule has pushed the start of water polo to Dec. 14th and the start of swimming & diving to March 1st.
The Virginia High School League will move all fall sports to the spring, while winter sports won’t resume until December 14.
In this podcast, Jason turns a swim workout into a game of Super Mario Kart. He has an entire spreadsheet for how it works
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