Reed Malone: Confident Competitor
Until recently, Reed Malone wasn’t what you’d call the picture of confidence when it came to his swimming.
Entries Closed for the Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte
Entries for the Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte are no longer being accepted as the 600 swimmer cap has been reached.
2015 Zone Select Camp Assistant Coach/Manager Applications Available
The Zone Select Camps will be held in May/June and the assistant coach and assistant manager application is now open.
Women in Coaching: Sarah Holman
Sarah Holman is part of the elite SwimMAC Carolina coaching staff, serving as a competitive team manager and lead coach.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Nation's Capital Swim Club
After finishing second last year, Nation’s Capital Swim Club in Washington, D.C. has earned the title of USA Swimming’s top club team, finishing first in the 2015 Club Excellence program standings.
Is your practice random enough?
There may be a better way to have the athletes not just learn, but retain their new turn skills for a competition somewhere down the road.
Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool to Feature Team USA, Europe
Featuring Team USA’s top swimmers squaring off against Europe’s best, the Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool returns to the United States on Dec. 11-12 at the Indiana University Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI in downtown Indianapolis.
Wednesday Word: Outside Smoke
Swimming, like any sport, has its own language, its own culture, its own phrases and inside jokes. "Wednesday Word" word dives deeper into the meaning of these phrases that make up the language of swimming.
Missy Franklin Honored by United States Junior Chamber
Olympic gold medalist and world-record holder Missy Franklin (Centennial, Colo.) has been selected as a recipient of the United States Junior Chamber’s Ten Outstanding Young Americans Award (TOYA), the organization announced Monday.
20 Question Tuesday: Felicia Lee
People who saw last year’s NCAAs can’t help but think about Felicia Lee, and how the Stanford product put an exclamation point next to her comeback from injury.
Making History: Black Women in Swimming
In honor of Black History Month and in celebration of our collective swimming history, USA Swimming salutes swimming athletes who have made history for the sport and for the African American community. These women exemplify the championship spirit that the sport of swimming breeds and also serve as role models for all swimmers.
Mike's Mailbag: The Swimmer Plateau
I just finished my freshman season and I haven't dropped time since I was a junior in high school. I'm frustrated. What can I do?
USA Swimming Seeking Communications Manager, Multicultural and Foundation
USA Swimming is seeking a Communications Manager, Multicultural and Foundation to fill a variety of organizational functions including PR, communications, multicultural programs and other efforts.
Chelsea Chenault: Right on Track
Despite her own private nature, Chelsea Chenault is used to having the spotlight on her. She was in Sports Illustrated for Kids at the age of 13.
Catching Up with BJ Bedford Miller
When BJ Bedford Miller decided to retire from swimming, she knew it was time start her “real” life. In retrospect, she now admits she was really just guessing back then.
Mike's Mailbag: Swimming Through Snow Days
What should I do when practice is cancelled due to snow or my parents don't feel safe driving to practice?
Justin Lynch Honored at the 29th Annual Black History Invitational
Friday, February 13 through Sunday, February 15 at the Takoma Aquatic Center in Washington D.C., more than 750 athletes from 28 teams and 9 states came together in celebration and competition for the 29th Annual Black History Invitational Swim Meet (BHISM).