Braden Holloway, the head coach of the NC State Wolfpack varsity squad, has been elected to the Board of Directors at ASCA.
Home to some of the nation’s biggest and most successful swim clubs, pools in the greater Washington D.C. area will be allowed to reopen on Friday. (Above: US National Teamer Phoebe Bacon of NCAP, lives in Maryland)
A group of aquatics professionals, including coaches and Olympians, have coalesced to try and aid the government in making a decision.
In a live Facebook interview, International Swimming League officials shed some light on the recruiting/roster-building process for the ISL’s second season.
As athletes, teams and coaches get back to intense workouts and winter competition, Swim Swam met up with Paris Jacobs, Chief Operations Officer for ASCA, the Association of Swimming Coaches of America, to hear what’s new in the coaching world and why ASCA just endorsed a new solution to keep athletes safer in the water.
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Jacobs has embarked on a listening campaign in addition to looking for new partnerships to bring to the 2019 ASCA World Clinic.
Toddlers as young as a year old, competitive high school swimmers, triathletes training for their next event, and locals looking for a good group exercise class all gather under the newly expanded Machine Performance Center in Vienna, Virginia.
Following Chuck Wielgus’ resignation as CEO of USA Swimming, the organization has created a CEO Search Task Force that will be responsible for selecting and filtering through candidates to recommend for the new CEO position.