USA Swimming Names Juan Caraveo Sports Diversity & Inclusion Consultant
Juan Caraveo, a 15-year swim coach and educator, has joined the USA Swimming staff as sports diversity and inclusion consultant to help expand swimming participation in multicultural populations.
Zone Select Camp Rosters Released
USA Swimming has released the athlete and staff rosters for the 2015 Zone Select Camps.
U.S. Deaf Swimming Looking For Swimmers
16 countries have committed to participate in the World Deaf Swimming Championships that will be held Aug. 17-22 in San Antonio, Texas, and U.S. Deaf Swimming has put out a call to identify potential talent to represent the stars and stripes in front of a home crowd.
Amendment to Swimwear Advertising Rule
The Rules and Regulations Committee, acting pursuant to the provisions of Rule 511.1.1, has amended the Swimwear Advertising Rule 102.8.3 A (1) to bring the current USA Swimming Rule into conformance with FINA By-law 7.1.1 Swimsuits - adopted by the FINA Bureau.
Rosters Announced for National Open Water Select Camp
Congratulations to all 24 athletes selected to attend the 2015 National Open Water Select Camp! The camp will be held June 2- 6 at Florida Gulf Coast University in Ft. Myers, FL from June 2-6
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.