Trotman Continues to Guide and Inspire Young Minority Swimmers
Robert Trotman has been involved with the sport of swimming for more than 50 years in every role, from swimmer and lifeguard, to becoming one of the most prominent minority-serving coaches in the history of swimming.
Cullen Jones on Being a Role Model in the African-American Community
Four time Olympic Medalist, Cullen Jones, discusses what it means being a role model and an Olympic champion in the African-American community despite the misconceptions and stereotypes that swimmers of color face.
Catching Up with Lindsay Benko Mintenko
National Team Managing Director for USA Swimming, Lindsay Benko Mintenko handles many administrative tasks, but beyond all of that, she looks out for the best interests and well-being of USA Swimming’s athletes.
Surf Omaha Adds Exciting New Wave to 2016 Aqua Zone at U.S. Olympic Trials - Swimming
USA Swimming is bringing a new signature attraction to highlight the Aqua Zone at the U.S. Olympic Trials – Swimming, with the addition of Surf Omaha.
Maritza Correia McClendon: “I’m Proud to be the First, but I Don’t Want to be the Last.”
Long before Maritza Correia made history on the pool deck in Athens in 2004, a conversation in a doctor’s office when she was six years old charted her course.