USA Swimming Foundation Announces Year-End Grants to Local Partners in Michigan, New Jersey
The USA Swimming Foundation awarded its year-end 2014 USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash grants to six local swim lesson providers. All funds directly benefit children who might not otherwise have the opportunity to learn to swim.
USA Swimming Foundation Fantasy Camp - Adult: An experience of a lifetime
A look at the 2014 USA Swimming Foundation Fantasy Camp - Adult.
How Can Learning to Swim Positively Impact Children?
The USA Swimming Foundation, in partnership with The Redwoods Group Foundation, has launched a research study to assess and communicate the academic and developmental benefits that come from learning to swim.
Rose Bowl Aquatics Breaks All-Time Swim-a-Thon™ Fundraising Record
The USA Swimming Foundation congratulates Rose Bowl Aquatics (Pasadena, Calif.) for breaking the all-time fundraising club record by raising over $118,000 as a result of their May 17, 2013 Swim-a-Thon™ event.
USA Swimming Foundation Announces USA Triathlon as Make a Splash Affiliate Coalition Partner
The USA Swimming Foundation announces USA Triathlon as a member of the Make a Splash Affiliate Coalition. This partnership was forged in an effort to increase drowning prevention nationwide. The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash initiative is a national child-focused water safety campaign which aims to provide the opportunity for every child in American to learn to swim.
Amphibious Achievement Wins USA Swimming Foundation Photo Contest
The USA Swimming Foundation names Amphibious Achievement, a USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Local Partner, as the winner of the “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words” photo contest. The Cambridge, Massachusetts based program will receive a visit from Olympic gold medalist, Cullen Jones, on Saturday, January 25. Jones will lead the high-school students in a two-hour clinic followed by a photo and autograph session.
Catching Up with Margaret Hoelzer
When it comes to how far Margaret Hoelzer has come since she retired from competitive swimming three years ago, she describes herself as a patchwork quilt. Many different pieces stitched together with little rhyme or reason but always with the best of intentions.