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FINA Swimming World Cup Heading to Indianapolis

USA Swimming will host the final leg of the 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup from November 3–5 at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, the national governing body announced Wednesday. Other stops include Berlin from October 21–23 and Toronto from October 28–30. More than 750 athletes from 40 countries across five continents are expected to […]

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United States, Australia to Square Off at 2022 Duel in the Pool

USA Swimming and Swimming Australia have reintroduced Duel in the Pool competition for the first time since 2015 featuring teams from the two countries competing August 19–21 in Sydney with each country selecting a team of 30 Olympic, Paralympic and National Team athletes. Pool events will be at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre and an […]

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Lucinda McRoberts Named Executive Director of USA Swimming Foundation

Lucinda McRoberts has been named executive director of the USA Swimming Foundation, the philanthropic arm of USA Swimming, the national governing body announced on Thursday. McRoberts will manage the foundation staff and work in conjunction with the USA Swimming Foundation board of directors to advance the foundation’s mission. In addition to providing learn-to-swim grants to […]

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Indianapolis to Host 2024 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials

Indianapolis will host the 2024 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials at Lucas Oil Stadium, the home of the Indianapolis Colts — the first time the event will be staged in a football stadium. The official announcement was made Tuesday in Indianapolis by city officials and USA Swimming executives. “From day one, I truly believed that there […]

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Hawaii to Host Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

The K. Mark Takai Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, will host the 2022 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in August after the event was added to the international calendar by the Japan Swimming Federation, Swimming Australia, Swimming Canada and USA Swimming. Following the cancellation of the 2022 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships — […]

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USA Swimming and USA Track & Field Partner on Sponsorship Effort

USA Swimming and USA Track & Field are combining forces to find a marketing agency to package and sell key sponsorship categories and properties for both national governing bodies. The two high-profile NGBs, and their respective members and clubs, are responsible for the development of the country’s programs, teams and athletes, the latter of which accounted for nearly 50 […]

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Manchester to Host 2023 Para Swimming World Championships

The 11th Para Swimming World Championships will take place in Manchester, England, from July 31–August 6, 2023, at the Manchester Aquatics Centre, World Para Swimming and British Swimming have announced. Home of the British Para Swimming National Performance Centre, the event is being hosted in partnership with UK Sport and Manchester City Council and will […]

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Surprise! World Swimming Championships Added to 2022 Schedule

The world swimming calendar has been further turned upside down after FINA, the international federation, announced there will be a world championship event in 2022 less than a month after announcing it would be canceled. The move means there will be three world championships plus the 2024 Olympic Summer Games in an 18-month span. Budapest […]

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USA Swimming Launches Grants to Grow Aquatics Programs at HBCUs

USA Swimming has announced a grant program focused on creating a 10-year, $1 million initiative to develop learn-to-swim and competitive opportunities in communities served by Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Under this initiative, USA Swimming has committed to provide up to $100,000 annually to support swimming programming at HBCUs over the next decade. The program […]

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