Welcome to the Ozark Swimming Athlete Information Page! If you are an athlete representative and would have suggestions for this page or want to help maintain it, please contact [email protected]

Athlete Code of Conduct

Ozark Swimming's Athlete Committee

OSI Outreach Policy


Athlete Recognition and Reimbursements

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Scholastic All American Team!


Graduating Seniors


Swimming in College

Initial-Eligibility Educational Resources:


Disability Swimming

Recommendations for Inclusion of Swimmers with Disability

Procedures to Apply for an Exemption to Article 102.8.1B Regarding Swimsuit Deisgn for Religious or Medical Reasons


Safe Sport/Athlete Protection

Ozark Safe Sport Coordinator: Diana Rosen-Email: [email protected]

MAAPP 2.0  Policy effective September 1, 2021

Where to start with a concern:

If you need to report a concern of sexual misconduct, please contact your local law enforcement agency and the U.S. Center for SafeSport. You can make a report to the U.S. Center for SafeSport at www.uscenterforsafesport.org/report-a-concern/.

All other Safe Sport concerns can be reported through USA Swimming’s online reporting form at www.usaswimming.org/report.

18/O Athlete Protection Training (ATP) For Athletes

  • The Athlete Protection Training Requirement for Adult Athletes went into effect on June 23, 2019.  The APT requirement for swimmers aged 18 and above will be universally enforced at all sanctioned and approved meets going forward.  They may access the training.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE:  Athletes over 18 must complete the APT Core Course before their 18th birthday through their OWN SWIMS 3.0/USA Swimming log-in account.

Athlete Protection Planning REQUIRED for ALL 18 + athletes