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OLY Paris Olympic Rings
The Olympic rings are seen on the Eiffel Tower after organizers mounted the rings on Friday as the French capital marks 50 days until the start of the Summer Games. The 95-foot-long and 43-foot-high structure of five rings, made entirely of recycled French steel, will be displayed on the south side of the 135-year-old historic landmark in central Paris, overlooking the Seine River. (AP Photo/Aurelien Morissard)

50 Days until Paris Olympics 2024: Athletes, Storylines and More

The largest sporting event ever organized in France, the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games in Paris will be groundbreaking in more ways than one. With more than 10,000 athletes in 200 countries descending into Europe, one of the preeminent sporting events in the world will be organized in a time of sporting and international […]

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Lucas Oil Stadium Trials Setup
The U.S. Olympic Trials for swimming will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the first time the Trials have been held in an NFL stadium. Rendering courtesy Indiana Sports Corp

Why USA Swimming Put a Pool in Lucas Oil Stadium for the Olympic Trials

Indianapolis has been the location for several firsts within the sports-event industry. It was the first Super Bowl host to organize a Fan Village in 2012, something the NFL now requires of any future host. It was the first city to host an entire NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. And this summer, Indianapolis will host the […]

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USA Swimming

2026 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships Moved to Los Angeles

One of the bigger international swimming events in 2026, the Pan Pacific Championships, will be moved from Canada to Los Angeles to give the sport and the city the opportunity to lay the foundation ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. “We are grateful to Swimming Canada for giving us the opportunity to host the […]

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Lucinda McRoberts Stepping Down at USA Swimming

USA Swimming has announced that Lucinda McRoberts, chief administrative officer and executive director of the USA Swimming Foundation, is stepping down from her current roles effective March 3. “USA Swimming’s relentless protection of youth athletes and the integrity of our member relations has strengthened immensely under Lucinda’s direction,” USA Swimming President and Chief Executive Officer […]

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Indiana Sports Corp Awards Sports Grants; 2024 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials Tickets On Sale

Seventeen youth-serving organizations throughout Indiana that serve a combined 16,000 youths have been selected as Inspiring Sports Grant recipients, awarded annually by Indiana Sports Corp and totaling $82,000 this year. Inspiring Sports Grants support organizations that provide underserved youth with the opportunity to participate in sports, fitness activities and life-skills programming. The grants are funded […]

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USA Swimming Track and Field

USA Swimming and USA Track & Field Select Agency to Lead Joint Effort

USA Swimming and USA Track & Field have named One & All as their agency of record to lead the organizations’ collective sponsorship sales efforts heading into the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games in Paris. “Our goal in this process was to identify an agency for the coming years that shares our values and […]

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USA Swimming Reveals 2023 Domestic Event Calendar

USA Swimming has announced the dates for its domestic competitions for the 2023 calendar year, although locations for some are still being finalized and will be announced in the coming months. The 10-event schedule features the Phillips 66 National Championships, Speedo Junior Nationals, an international team trials qualifying competition, four TYR Pro Swim Series events […]

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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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