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Kentucky Swimming submitted a State of Kentucky Healthy at Work reopening proposal. HEALTHY AT WORK REOPENING PROPOSAL KY Swimming Reopening Template includes USAS-KY-CDC statements This template may be customized to fit the needs of clubs and facilities. It can be used in the following ways: submit to local government officials submit to state government officials submit to the online Healthy at Work online reoping proposal application USAS Planning Guidlelines

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USA Swimming is excited to announce that starting Wednesday, April 22, USA Swimming Safe Sport staff will be hosting weekly Zoom training's to help club’s achieve the training requirements of the Safe Sport Club Recognition Program. Parents and athletes will tune in for the one hour training where attendance will be taken so their clubs receive credit that will be applied to Safe Sport Club Recognition certification. There will also be weekly training available to coaches where they will learn more about the Safe Sport Club Recognition program and how...

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Click Here for Resources to Help Athletes Cope with Limitations on Training During Coronavirus

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USA SWIMMING VIRTUAL MEETS Virtual meets allow club teams to compete against each other but swim locally within their own LSC or different LSCs. Competition must be held as a single meet but may have multiple sessions. A team may swim a virtual meet as an inter-squad competition at different sites, or USA Swimming club teams may compete against each other. For multiple club team competitions, it is recommended that a host team be determined. Responsibilities of the host team include: Development of meet announcement Order of events Fee structure...

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act: What Small Businesses Need to Know Click Here to view article from US Chamber of Commerce The coronavirus pandemic has created uncertainty and stress for many American small businesses. Part of the government’s response to assist businesses during this time is the recent passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).

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To our USA Swimming Member Clubs: Our staff continues to work with our insurer on covered activities, and they have agreed to provide insurance for the following covered remote dryland activity. Policy Purpose: The USA Swimming Operational Risk Team has advocated for accommodations relative to Dry Land training to help club leadership and coaches maintain training regimens during periods of public facility closure. The key modification to the program is the addition of virtual dryland training included in the definition of ‘Covered Activities’ under the participant accident insurance program. Insurance...

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To our USA Swimming community, While the actions of the last week have provided some answers and direction regarding the Olympic Games and our Olympic Trials qualifying event, we are acutely aware of the continued struggle and uncertainty for many within our swimming community, including our athletes, coaches, officials, parents, and staff. We continue to meet – remotely! – and look for ways to help support you and best prepare all of us to be stronger than ever when we re-emerge from these unprecedented times. In the immediate term, our...

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