National event series kicks off September 7, 2020.
The Town Hall features Bob Vincent, Tim Hinchey, Mike Unger, Joel Shinofield and Shana Ferguson.
Emergency fundraising is not a sustainable model to save swimming. Programs can’t rely on the whole country to save them when they’re about to get cut.
This is the webinar that professionals in the sport of swimming are talking about. 1,375 coaches, team owners and board members watched this webinar LIVE!
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During the pandemic, USA Swimming is moving forward with several new programs, including an extension of insurance coverage & ‘enterprise’ licenses with Zoom.
The new model sees an increase in fees for swimmers aged 11-18 while maintaining the $20 rate for 10 & unders.
Jeff Dugdale, Joel Shinofield and Mike Stromberg are the three finalists for the National Collegiate Scholastic Trophy.
SwimSwam caught up with USA Swimming Managing Director of Sports Development Joel Shinofield about the organization’s new coach education program.
USA Swimming announced the hiring of 6-time Olympic medalist Brendan Hansen as Director of Team Services. Hansen won 2 Olympic golds, 1 silver and 2 bronze.
USA Triathlon today announced a three-way partnership with USA Swimming and U.S. Masters Swimming to host open water swim races this year.
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Earhart as Executive Director.
After featuring the Big Ten in 2016 and Pac-12 in 2017, the USA vs. College Challenge won’t happen in 2018.
At the 2018 Men’s NCAA Championships, watch as the College Swimming Coaches Association of America presents Caeleb Dressel with the Swimmer of the Year award
Last weekend, SwimSwam caught up with CSCAA Executive Director Joel Shinofield.
College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Executive Director Joel Shinofield called the decision “shortsighted,” emphasizing that Wright State’s financial goals as a school have been closely tied to “enrollment and retention,” an area where swimming & diving have actually helped the university.