USA Swimming is naming acclaimed coach Jon Urbanchek to the newly-created role of “national team technical advisor.”
USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey testified for a Congressional subcommittee today, apologizing on behalf of USA Swimming for sexual abuse suffered by swimmers.
USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey is one of several sports executives scheduled to testify for Congress about sexual abuse in Olympic sports, USA Today reports.
On Tuesday, May 1st, USA Swimming Tim Hinchey and Sarah Ehekircher met at the food court at IKEA in Centennial, Colorado. The topic…
Ehekircher filed a SafeSport complaint against her former coach in 2010, which was closed without punishment.
USA Swimming’s Board of Directors has approved new metrics for measuring CEO performance.
USA Swimming Safe Sport Senior Director Susan Woessner has resigned from her post, and in her letter of resignation, discloses that she kissed then-coach Sean Hutchison in 2007 and didn’t disclose that information while helping with an investigation of Hutchison for an inappropriate coach-swimmer relationship in 2010.
USA Swimming has sent a letter to its members reiterating its commitment to protecting athletes in response to reports that the organization had failed to address hundreds of sexual abuse cases over the past few decades.
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.
Leah Smith was the United States’ only double individual gold medalist at the 2016 World Short Course Championships.
A bipartisan Congressional committee is investigating sexual abuse allegations within organized sports, including USA Swimming. The committee sent letters to five key institutions this week announcing the investigation: USA Swimming, USA Gymnastics, Michigan State University, the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Taekwondo.
Lindsay Mintenko will “oversee National Team,” but Mike Unger’s new responsibilities will include the National Team Division.
TYR Sport is proud to announce its position as the new title sponsor of the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series.
USA Swimming announced sweeping changes to its Pro Swim Series today, including 50-meter sprint shootout events at half the series meets and a “mystery” 200 IM event with random stroke order.
Though USA Swimming has said it will take some time before new Executive Director Tim Hinchey is ready to give media interviews, he did deliver the State of the Sport address at U.S. Aquatic Sports’ convention last week.