Multicultural Heroes: Maritza Correia and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
When it comes to engaging with multicultural communities, becoming a part of the community helps push you into the conversation.
AT&T Winter Nationals Clinic a Hit in Greensboro
The women of the northeast region of Sigma Gamma Rho had a behind-the-scenes look at AT&T Winter Nationals yesterday afternoon when 45 women toured the deck of the Greensboro Aquatic Center led by Olympian and silver medalist Maritza Correia. Before jumping the water to learn basic water safety skills and swim techniques with Correia and other instructors, the women learned the ins and outs of swim meet technology and some fun trivia about aquatic sports.
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.
Local Sigma Gamma Rho Members to Receive Special Clinic at AT&T Winter Nationals
On Friday, Dec. 5, AT&T and USA Swimming are sponsoring an exclusive swim clinic for the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. As part of the partnership with Swim 1922, the clinic is designed to educate the adult women of Sigma Gamma Rho about the importance of learning to swim and how to be safer around the water.
Sigma Gamma Rho Makes a Splash at Golden Goggles
Members of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. made a splash on the red carpet with some of the country’s top swimmers at the 2014 Golden Goggle Awards in New York City. The event, which was held November 24, honored coaches and athletes on the U. S. National Swim Team for their work and performances throughout the year.
Multicultural Heroes: Coach Robert Trotman
Motivation and dedication are familiar words to anyone looking to describe swim coaches. 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Award recipient, coach Robert Trotman, knows all about those traits and is one of the most prolific minority-serving coaches in the history of the sport.
Multicultural Heroes: Simone Manuel
There are some household names in the sport of swimming when it comes to representatives of diversity and inclusion. Cullen Jones and Martiza Correia have paved the way for a new crop of diverse young swim stars, few more prolific in their quest for swimming greatness than world champion and American record holder Simone Manuel.
Maritza Correia Gives Swim Chat for Swim 1922 on Twitter
Olympian and Swim 1922 Spokeswoman Maritza Correia answers questions and gives some tips about diversifying the sport and getting past myths and fears in the Black community.