“The USA Swimming Foundation is pleased to welcome the Boy Scouts of America to our Affiliate Coalition to help promote the Make a Splash initiative,” said USA Swimming Foundation Executive Director Debbie Hesse.
More than 3,600 young athletes, ages 15-18, representing more than 200 National Olympic Committees are expected to compete at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games, to be held August 16-28, in Nanjing, China.
Great Coaching Opportunity at YMCA of Central Florida to Build World Class Program with Rowdy Gaines
Courtesy of YMCA of Central Florida A unique opportunity to work with the best in Aquatics, Rowdy Gaines a three…
The nation’s biggest online aquatics retailer has launched its first-ever site redesign, creating a fresh new look and adding dozens of new features to further improve the site experience and position itself for continued growth in the aquatic category.
“This partnership is a win-win for both Life Time and USMS,” says Alicia Kockler, Life Time’s director of aquatics.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Swimming today announced a new partnership with Competitor Swim, the leading manufacturer of lane lines…
U.S. Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte (Daytona Beach, Fla.), Tyler Clary (Riverside, Calif.), Claire Donahue(Lenoir City, Tenn.) and Micah Lawrence (Pflugerville, Texas) will take part in the USO Handshake Tour at Camp LeJeune on Saturday in Jacksonville, N.C.
Jim Korth, President of Dolfin (Jade Swimwear, LP) and Mark Schubert, Director of Technical Development, recently announced the signing of Michael Klueh as a member of its Athlete’s Advisory Board.
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If you are a swimmer, swim-parent or swim coach, this is a must-see video. NBAC Coach Bob Bowman delivers a powerful message.
“Having an ambassador like Rowdy is an incredible asset for us as we work to not only raise our brand profile, but also to grow the sport of swimming,” said Tim McCool, Vice President and General Manager of Arena North America.
Ryan Lochte: “As a kid, I remember seeing Olympians come to the pool and being so excited and motivated just getting to be around them. It shaped me as an aspiring pro athlete, and now I want to teach these kids the same– that if they set their mind to it, they can accomplish anything.”
Chloramines cause health problems for swimmers. The problems can be severe, often called “chlorine allergy” or “chlorine sensitivity.” Some physical symptoms include itchiness and dryness, breathing problems, rash, hives, etc..
On Monday, April 7, 2014, USA Swimming and Sigma Gamma Rho announced the start of the Swim 1922 Contest, the…
Courtesy of the USOC The United States Olympic Committee board of directors will meet Tuesday, April 8, in Los Angeles….
Jaeger, who just wrapped up his senior season at the University of Michigan, will be offering a glimpse into the world of professional swimming as he trains toward the 2016 Olympics in Rio.