USA Swimming ha chiesto al Comitato Olimpico statunitense (USOPC) di sostenere il rinvio delle Olimpiadi del 2020 alla luce della pandemia COVID-19.
FINA ha approvato l’utilizzo di video subacquei che potranno essere presi solo per confermare o annullare le squalifiche già comminate dal giudice.
While the organization previously “strongly recommended” canceling all events through April, it has now taken a stronger stance.
The stop would have been the penultimate of the five-meet 2019-2020 Pro Swim Series circuit and was set to feature night prelims and morning finals.
A new set of guidelines for Americans was issued by President Donald Trump on Monday, including limiting gatherings to 10 people or fewer.
USA Swimming cancella tutti gli eventi dei prossimi 30 giorni. Raccomandate le organizzazioni locali di sospendere anche gli eventi formativi
USA Swimming has issued a 30-day cancellation of all hosted events including clinics & workshops, with a “strong recommendation” to cancel all meets as well.
Olympian Ariana Kukors Smith has settled her lawsuit against USA Swimming over sexual abuse she says she suffered at the hands of former coach Sean Hutchison.
Following the conclusion of the USA Swimming Foundation’s 2019 Swim-a-Thon contest, four teams were named Gold Medal winners for their fundraising efforts.
Michael Phelps rivela di non avere ricevuto aiuto durante il suo periodo di depressione dal Comitato Olimpico degli Stati Uniti.
The new representatives were vetted through a nomination committee and chosen for their unique expertise in philanthropy.
This weekend’s Pro Swim Series event in Knoxville, Tennessee will be streamed on USA Swimming’s site, with A finals behind a paywall on NBCSport.com.
SwimSwam caught up with USA Swimming Managing Director of Sports Development Joel Shinofield about the organization’s new coach education program.
In 2018, USA Swimming voted to allow all athletes below Jr. or Sr. National Team level to compete in their “stated category” – that is no longer the case.
USA Swimming Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved an additional $100,000 in funding for USA Swimming National Team athletes.