Design Group International to Evaluate Zone/LSC Structure
The LSC / Zone Study Task Force is pleased to announce an agreement with Design Group International (DGI) as our partner in developing, conducting and implementing the study of LSC and Zone structure.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Sarasota YMCA Sharks
The Sarasota YMCA Sharks in Sarasota, Fla., have arned their place among USA Swimming’s top clubs, reaching gold medal status in the 2015 Club Excellence program.
Mastering Discouragement and Disappointment
If you are a serious athlete and have big dreams to go far in this sport, then there's one thing that I can promise you will always be in your future: FAILURE.
Can a spice prevent delayed onset muscle soreness?
Results from a small study out of New Zealand has many swimmers asking if curcumin is the next hot thing for athletes.
2016 Club Excellence Program Announced
USA Swimming is pleased to formally announce the 2016 Club Excellence program and provide directions to all clubs regarding the application process.
National Select Camp Assistant Coach Application Available
The 2015 National Select Camp Assistant Coach application is now live on usaswimming.org. The camp will be held Oct. 23-26, 2014 at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center.
Registration Open for Women's Leadership Summit
Registration is now open for the Women’s Leadership Summit being held September 27-28, 2015 at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown in Kansas City, MO.
Women in Coaching: Laura Hineman
Kansas City Blazers Head Administrative Coach Laura Hineman found her passion for swimming at a young age. After years of SCUBA and swim lessons, Hineman joined the swim team. While she admits her swimming career certainly had its ups and downs, Hineman says she was always happy in the water, which kept her swimming through college and even today as a coach.
Lessons from Legends: Debbie Meyer, Chasing Boys
Chasing big brothers, or sisters, chasing mom or dad, chasing someone on a relay all seem to bring out the best in us, particularly if we notice we’re catching up. In the early 1960s, a little girl named Debbie Meyer chased the boys throughout her career.