#1VolunTeam Dusk to Dawn Winner is...
We received nominations for so many amazing volunteers around the country and it was hard to choose just one. However, we excited to announce Jill Maki from Lionville Riptide Swim Team in Exton, Pennsylvania as our #1VolunTeam Dusk to Dawn Award winner.
Dynamo Volunteers Show-off the Fun Side of Volunteering
Dynamo senior swimmer Katie Christy produced this video of the #1VolunTeam at the Georgia 14 & Under Age Group State Championship meet in Atlanta that shows just how fun volunteering can be!
Why Did You Want to Become a Volunteer?
Here are some of the responses we received from swimming volunteers across the nation on why they wanted to become a volunteer. Tell us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter why you became a volunteer with the hashtag #1VolunTeam.
President's Message: March 2015
As I am sure many of you are aware, there is a lot going on in the world of college sports.
USA Swimming Seeking Communications Manager, Multicultural and Foundation
USA Swimming is seeking a Communications Manager, Multicultural and Foundation to fill a variety of organizational functions including PR, communications, multicultural programs and other efforts.
#SwimBiz: Social Media, Sponsorship & Swimming
USA Swimming will hold its first-annual marketing conference entitled #SwimBiz: Social Media, Sponsorship and Swimming in Colorado Springs March 29 – 31, 2015.
Spring Regional Coach Clinic Registration Now Open
The Regional Coaching Clinic program brings affordable clinics directly to teams in their own LSCs.
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.