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Attention Parents: USA SWIMMING Registration is now available The instructions provided are a guide only, WAC does not have the ability to Troubleshoot or Support the creation of your USA ID. This Guide was created just to help you through the process. Key pieces of information to know. 1) Everyone will need to have a NEW USA LOGON (I suggest a family logon user id and pwd combo) 2) All Athletes will need to have a NEW USA ID. It will be a Random 14 Characters. 3) You will select...

Wolverine Aquatics Club

Wolverines Aquatics Club sends strong contingent to Santa Clara California to swim in the USA Swimming 2022 Futures. Head Coach Chris Breitbart and Assistant Coach Alex Shibata take the Wolverines to compete in the 2022 Futures swim meet at Santa Clara CA (July 27th-30th) and the team turns in some impressive results. Follow WAC on Facebook for additional details. Pictured: Left to Right with the Arena Banner Jack Donovan, Coach Alex Shibata, Mike Breitbart, Marni Bauer, Sean Christianson, Lathan Skeehan, Clara Laskey, Chloe Eyrich, Gregory Tsiros, Louis Fasani, Brooke Beauvais,...

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Wolverine Aquatics Club (WAC) would like to introduce the "Come Out and Swim ! " campaign to help parents and athletes sign up for competitive swimming. The banner will be located in various locations to introduce WAC and offer swimming lessons for all ages in one of our two locations. Currently the Senior swim groups are training daily at Sierra College and our competition Age groups are training at Rusch Park Community Pool in Citrus Heights. Our Coaches are available for Swim Try Outs every Wednesday at the Rusch Park...

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Congratulations! After calculating the FINA Power Points for the Club Excellence program, your club finished as one of the Bronze Medal clubs for 2022. You, your coaching staff, and your athletes are to be commended for achieving this level! The Club Excellence program is designed to be a competitive contest between USA Swimming clubs whereby teams earn (and re-earn) their ranking each year. Every year produces a different group of clubs that earn exclusive benefits. In order to protect the integrity of this competition, it is important that clubs follow...

ATTENTION ADULT ATHLETES: Please read the important information below, copied from USA Swimming, regarding the new requirement that ALL ADULT ATHLETES complete Athlete Protection Training by June 23. Please review carefully and pay special attention to the bolded sections. Coaches will be discussing at practice and we are available to answer any questions. ATHLETE PROTECTION TRAINING REQUIREMENT FOR ADULT ATHLETES Starting June 23, 2019, adult athletes will be required to complete the USA Swimming Athlete Protection Training. This resource is intended to provide information regarding this membership requirement. USA Swimming...

USA Swimming’s top priority continues to be keeping our athletes safe. No form of abuse, including child sexual abuse, has a place in our sport. As a part of our continued commitment to safeguarding our athletes, USA Swimming has enacted enhancements to our Safe Sport policy and education requirements. The U.S. Center for SafeSport (“the Center”), the separate, independent, organization that oversees all sexual misconduct reports in the Olympic and Paralympic Movement created the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies to set a baseline for acceptable safety standards that limit one-on-one...