USA Swimming Disability Committee Mission Statement

USA Swimming encourages people with disabilities to participate in the sport of swimming and facilitates their inclusion in USA Swimming programs through education and collaboration.
We seek to involve people with disabilities in existing competitions and programs for all swimmers, rather than provide unique disability-only opportunities. Swimmers who prefer disability-only programs should consult the links menu in the “Get Involved” section below. Click here to view the latest disability swimming resources including videos and articles.

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McKenzie Coan: Nothing Stopping Her

McKenzie Coan was diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) shortly after birth, but for the short 20 years of her life, she has refused to let it define her or stop her from pursuing everything she wants.

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Nutrition Strategies for the Swimmer with ADHD

It can be challenging for the child or teen with ADHD to match their nutrient requirements.

Aquatics for Children with Challenges!

Interested in education to support children with special needs in your programs? The Aquatics for Children With Challenges online course and Children With Challenges Workshop are targeted to Aquatics Management personnel and Swim Coaches, providing ground-breaking training and information to help you and your staff achieve your program goals. For more information on Children With Challenges course options, click here, or to register for step one (Children With Challenges online course), click here!

ASCA Certified Coaches: Receive 15 ASCA Credits.


Randy Julian, USA Swimming Staff Liaison for the Disability Swimming Committee

Mark Rieniets,  Committee Chair

* Your LSC Disability Swimming Chairperson is another available resource.

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