The meets will act as a ‘safety net’ for swimmers at the Wave I or II meets who test positive for COVID-19 while at the meet or miss their taper.
Il CEO di USA Swimming, Tim Hinchey ha firmato un’estensione di quattro anni al suo contratto. Guiderà l’organizzazione almeno fino al 2025.
USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey signed a four-year extension to his contract, and will lead the organization through at least 2025.
Tim’s got big goals and the organizational skill to make them happen. I strongly believe the Hinchey era will come to define our sport in the future
USA Swimming’s President and CEO Tim Hinchey III and Board Chair Bob Vincent sent out a letter to the organization’s members reflecting on the events of 2020.
The packages were offered as part of cost-cutting measures within the organization amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
Attorney Bob Allard and three sexual abuse survivors called on USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey to purge the organization of those who covered up sexual abuses.
The money, which was funneled through the USA Swimming Foundation, exceeds the initial pledge of $1.5 million, and comes with up to $1.5 million more in round 2.
The Town Hall features Bob Vincent, Tim Hinchey, Mike Unger, Joel Shinofield and Shana Ferguson.
USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey (above) says this is an initial amount of funding, part of a goal to generate $5 million for clubs in partnerships with LSCs.
USA Swimming has officially canceled its summer meets, but plans to run regional meets in mid-summer and kick-start national competition again in late 2020.
As some states are considering reopening by mid-May, USA Swimming has announced that it will not sanction meets through at least May 31.
USA Swimming has released a statement about the postponed ’20 Olympics, promising to reschedule Olympic Trials “to best align with Olympic Games preparation.”
USA Swimming ha chiesto al Comitato Olimpico statunitense (USOPC) di sostenere il rinvio delle Olimpiadi del 2020 alla luce della pandemia COVID-19.
In a letter to the USOPC Friday, CEO Tim Hinchey asked the committee to advocate to push the Games back one year.