USA Swimming is committed to safeguarding all of its members with the welfare of its athlete members as top priority. Safe Sport is USA Swimming’s comprehensive abuse prevention program and provides tools for swim clubs to educate their members and intervene in risky situations

GRSC fully endorses and supports USA Swimming’s Safe Sport and Safety programs by helping to provide these resources for our club members.


Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (MAAPP) 2.0

Effective September 1, 2021

***18 and Over Athletes *** 

Adult athletes are required to take the following 3 courses: Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education, Mandatory Reporting, and Emotional and Physical Misconduct.

Please click the following link:   Adult Athlete Training Requirement (for all 18 and over athletes)


MAAPP Educational Documents

Click the link below to read:



USA Swimming Safe Sport

Basics & Best Practices Guidelines:

Learn About Safe Sport

Best Practices Guidelines *Updated 6-11-20

Best Practices Guidelines - Athletes With Disabilities

Gulliver Swim Club Team Policies

Photography Policy

Parent Code of Conduct



    Report a Safe Sport Concern 

USA Swimming  (719) 866-4578 CLICK TO  Deal with a Safe Sport Concern  

U.S. Center for Safe Sport  To make a report, CLICK TO use the online reporting form,

call (720) 524-5640 or find more information at 

  Click to Read- Gulliver Swim Club  Grievance Procedure

Gulliver Swim Club Safe Sport Coordinator Coach Katya [email protected]

FGC Safe Sport Chair Mike Averett [email protected]



    FREE Resources-Safe Sport Courses: