Michael Andrew, 14 Years Old, Explains Going Pro, Video Interview

“Late Sunday evening, fourteen year old swimming phenom, Michael Andrew, signed his first endorsement deal, officially making him the youngest swimmer in United States history to turn professional.”


The Nike Swim Photo Vault, 2013 Swimsuits

” Nobody Understands Human-Powered Speed Better Than Nike”

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FINIS Partners with Swim Across America

FINIS, a world leader in technical swimming products that maximize your fitness potential and technique, announces their partnership with Swim…

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TSE Consulting Sports Management Book Released

“This book sets out to provide sports organisations with tools to develop and prosper in the modern era,” said Sebastien Coe, Chairman of the British Olympic Association

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Swim Job: Buffalo Area Aquatic Club seeks Head Swim Coach

Buffalo Area Aquatic Club is a year-round USA Swimming club of 80 swimmers who won the 2015 Niagara LSC short course championship (small teams), and has consistently placed in the top 3 for both short- and long-course seasons.

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Olympians Fight Cancer at Swim Across America Clinic in Dallas June 7-9

“5-time Olympic Medalist and Mutual of Omaha BREAKout! Swim Clinic founder, Josh Davis, partners with Swim Across America to fight cancer.”

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USA Swimming Foundation, Arena and Agree to Three-way Partnership

“The USA Swimming Foundation has partnered with Arena and in an effort to benefit the USA Swimming Foundation and its Make a Splash Local Partners by providing low-cost swimwear and equipment online with the aim of introducing more people to the sport.” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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Final Numbers Are In For Season 1 of “What Would Ryan Lochte Do”

Ryan Lochte completed a great meet in Santa Clara on the same day as the season finale of his reality TV Show. (Photo: Bill Collins)


Everyone Deserves The Chance To Swim Fast in Dolfin’s Platium2

FINA APPROVED. Tested and approved by top national coaches and swimmers.

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165 Pound Dog Paddles For A Cancer Cure

Quinn, a 5-year-old, 165 pound Leonberger, swims along side Olympians and cancer survivors to raise money for cancer research.

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Open Letter From Chuck Wielgus On Rick Curl Sentencing

“Dear USA Swimming families and members, In light of recent events, I want to take the time to address a very important topic – the safety and well-being of USA Swimming athlete members.”


CSCAA Membership Elects New Board Members

“I am tremendously excited to work with these new members of the CSCAA Board of Directors, they are excellent coaches and bring tremendous knowledge and experience to the board,” said CSCAA Executive Director Joel Shinofield.

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Swimming Canada, Chicken Farmers of Canada partner to promote healthy lifestyles

“By naming fresh Canadian chicken ‘the official protein ofswimming in Canada,’ this partnership showcases a spirit of cooperation between two organizations that believe in promoting healthy lifestyles.” Said Chris Wilson, Director of Marketing & Events at Swimming Canada.

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2013 Make a Splash Local Partner Grant Recipients

The USA Swimming Foundation’s “Make a Splash” water safety initiative kicked off last weekend in NYC. Foundation Ambassadors visited nine local pools to stress the importance of kids learning how to swim. (Photo Courtesy of the USA Swimming Foundation)

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FINIS Announces the New Neptune MP3 Player!

FINIS Neptune provides the highest quality sound in the water without the use of earbuds.

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