Maryland Swimming

Maryland Swimming

 

Our Vision:  To make swimming the sport of choice for Maryland.

Our Mission:  Maryland Swimming provides opportunities for athletes to participate in competitive swimming, reach their full potential, and develop skills for life-long success.

Our DE&I Mission: We need every swimmer, every coach, every volunteer, and every community member to commit to improving our diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Our Core Values:  Proactive Achievement, Respect, and Ownership.

News

Sandy Avery

The USA Swimming State of the Sport Report provides a celebration of our successful Olympic Quad during the pandemic and also insights to how we pivot to come back stronger than ever! FROM USA SWIMMING - USA Swimming exists for the growth and success of swimming in the United States. This is why we are all here. The Board of Directors believes we will achieve this vision with: 1. Competitive success at the international level 2. Resources to support athletes, coaches, and clubs 3. Public engagement with swimming And, if...

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Congratulations to NBAC Swimmer Brody Schrepfer for qualifying for the National Diversity Select Camp! https://www.usaswimming.org/news/2021/09/28/usa-swimming-announces-2020-national-select-camp-and-2021-national-diversity-select-camp-participants?fbclid=IwAR3_RtOZFfP3BOQkQW2CF_tNuZJOsb30Ny-3bejEFaJdAzJtIc54s_aCdlM

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Letter from the Governance Committee To All USA Swimming Members: As we approach the Special Meeting of the House of Delegates on June 30, we urge you to take the time to review the proposed legislation and the responses to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that have been added and updated. Since the proposals were initially posted on April 16, our Board of Directors, the Governance Committee and the three Working Groups (overseeing the recommended legislation changes to the Board of Directors, Committees and House of Delegates) have continued our...

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May 14, 2021 Message from Maryland Swimming General Chair: The recent CDC information certainly is good news. Many of you are asking what that means for the athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers of Maryland Swimming. Many are also asking where USA Swimming stands with regard the new guidelines. I will outline what I know. USA Swimming is clear – each LSC and club must follow the facility, local, and state rules. Maryland Swimming is committed to work within the local and state rules and get swimmers in the water and...

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NBAC’s Ryan Branon qualified for the 2020/2021 USA Swimming Olympic Trials on Saturday evening at the USA Swimming 18 & U Cup held in Richmond, Virginia. Ryan won the 200 M Fly in a time of 2:00.90 which qualifies him for WAVE 1 of the USA Swimming Olympic Trials. Congratulations to Ryan!

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Maryland Swimming extends its condolences to the Towson University Swimming Community on the death of its founder and longtime coach, Ray Riordan.

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Congratulations to our Maryland Swimming contingent at Ft Myers Open Water National Championships! Kathryn Violette NBAC coach Caroline Benda NBAC Caitlin Hurley NBAC John Fitzsimmons NBAC John Koebel NBAC Luke Corey NAAC Matt Merle ASC Stephen Henderson ASC coach

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The Meet Announcement is out for the Super Sectional meet next month in Richmond. Please disseminate in your LSC. OME open now http://www.easternzoneswimming.org/meet_info/2021_SuperSectionals_MeetAnnouncement.pdf

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This weekend at the Keystone Classic, Daniel Diehl broke two MDSI SCY Records. Our new Men 15-16 50 Free record is 20.15. Our new Men 15-16 100 Free record is 44.50, breaking Michael Phelp's 2002 record of 44.94. Congratulations, Daniel!

Sandy Avery

Congratulations, Megan Gioffreda, who set three Para American records in the S6 classification 50 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle, and the 100 Backstroke at the Fox Invitational Championship this weekend!