USA Swimming COO Mike Unger confirmed that 2020 US Olympic Trials will match the Tokyo Olympic schedule, which might mean adding a day.
“We have to remember that this meet is about picking the best possible team we can pick for the Olympic Games,” Unger said.
A report by the Southern California News Group says USA Swimming has ignored, covered up or refused to investigate sexual abuse allegations against coaches in relation to hundreds of swimmers over decades.
Lindsay Mintenko will “oversee National Team,” but Mike Unger’s new responsibilities will include the National Team Division.
USA Swimming hired Major League Soccer team President Tim Hinchey as just the third chief executive in federation history this week. Hinchey found time to chat with SwimSwam today, though he’s still running Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids until he takes over the USA Swimming President and CEO post in July.
USA Swimming has officially named Major League Soccer executive Tim Hinchey as its new President and CEO.
NBC Sports Group and USA Swimming have partnered on a media rights agreement that provides NBC Sports Group with exclusive…
Last week, USA Swimming announced that the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials would be heading back to Omaha, Nebraska for the fourth-straight Olympic cycle. We checked in with USA Swimming Interim Executive Director Mike Unger for some more details on the selection process:
“Mike Unger’s vital to the production,” NBC Producer Tommy says, “telling the television director the next event, when the swimmers will parade on deck, who’s going to be in the lead. It’s a big timing crossword puzzle, determining commercial breaks. Mike does it all.”
USA Swimming has named Mike Unger its interim Executive Director to replace the recently-deceased Chuck Wielgus.
We’ve looked at the job itself and the process USA Swimming will follow in finding a successor. But who are the top candidates to fill the position? We run through some of the early frontrunners here:
“The Last Gold: The greatest untold story in Olympic swimming history,” which recounts the struggle the U.S. women’s swim team had against the doped East Germans at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montréal, opened on Monday at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming Sold Out for Seven of Eight Nights; Tickets Remain Only for Sunday, July 3, Final Session
Will swimmers bearing the Olympic rings as part of visible tattoos be DQ’d at U.S. Olympic Trials?
See the film’s trailer here and learn why this is the Greatest Untold Story in Olympic Swimming History.