USA Swimming

48-Year USA Swimming Coaching Veteran Suspended For One Year

Valley, Alabama is located in the mid-eastern portion of the Deep South state, with its city limits bordering that of neighboring southern state Georgia. The population there is just short of 10,000, making the town somewhat large for a rural area, though it is large enough to host a popular swimming venue and training sessions

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USA Swimming Wins Big

During the Summer Olympics every four year, swimming is one of the most popular sports and competitions. While the Summer Olympics will always be a very popular time for swimming, there are many other times between the Olympics where people can watch some of the best swimmers in the world take place. This past week,

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USA Swimming Offers New Academic Award

The sport of swimming is a very competitive sport that showcases some of the strongest athletes in the world. While the sport tends to be showcased the most during the Olympics every four years, there are still thousands of young athletes that are participate every year in the hopes of winning state championships, earning a

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USA Swimming Appoints a New President

USA Swimming has named a new CEO and President to replace its former leader who passed on after a long cancer illness. The current Rapids president, Tim Hinchey, has been chosen to take over the office. The job will offer Mr. Hinchey an opportunity to be closer to his swimming passion while discharging his professional

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Tim Hinchey Becomes the New Head of USA Swimming

Tim Hinchey, who acts as the president of Rapids, announced that he would be leaving his current position to join the USA Swimming as its CEO and president. His new job will offer him professional roles that will match his passion of being a swimmer. In 2016, Mr. Hinchey was designated as the MLS executive

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