The National Club Swimming Association is a private non-profit organization for professionally coached swimming clubs and professional club swimming coaches in the United States of America. It is not an organization for all swimming clubs and swimming coaches in the United States.
The United States Swimming National Championships (a.k.a. "Nationals") are held annually, in summer. The event is organized by USA Swimming, and is held in a long course (50m) pool. In the past, and as recently as 2007, there were 2 meets annually: and Spring and Summer Nationals.
07/21/2017 More Than 15,000 Participants Heads to Detroit for 18 Sports Competitions at the AAU Junior Olympic Games Beginning Next Week. More than 15,000 participants and 30,000 spectators will travel to metro Detroit later next week for the 51st annual AAU Junior Olympic Games, the largest national multi-sport event for youth in t...
JUNIOR OLYMPIC AGE GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS MARCH 2-5, 2017 MEET HOST York YMCA Aquatic Club SANCTION Held under the sanction of USA Swimming and Middle Atlantic Swimming. Sanction # MA 17141 AG and MA 17142 TT In granting this sanction, it is understood and agreed that USA Swimming shall be free from any liabilities or claims for
SWIMPOSIUM CAROLINA 2019 is the centerpiece of a full weekend of swimming activities in Charlotte, NC on the weekend of April 27-28. On Saturday, April 27, North Carolina Swimming and South Carolina Swimming will join forces to present seminars for athletes, coaches, parents, officials, and anyone interested in learning more about the sport of swimming.
An Austin Swim Club coach cheers on Diana Dunn during the 200m IM on the second day of USA Swimming Junior Nationals at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Both men's and women's swimming will compete until Dec. 9.
Alpha Aquatics is a year-round, competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technical instruction for all ages and abilities. The goal of our team is to provide every member an opportunity to improve swimming skills and achieve success at his or her level of ability, from novice to international competitor.