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Looking for a Swim Team for your Child?

Click here to find an Arizona team near you.

Making our Sport Safer…for Parents

Click here for information on USA Swimming Athlete Protection Training.

Swimming 101 – The Basics of Swimming

Below are four links with provide general information regarding the sport of swimming. Some additional navigation on USA Swimming’s website may be necessary.

More information for Parents from USA Swimming

MRSA Information for Swimmers & Parents

As with any infection, MRSA can be very serious and, if left untreated, potentially deadly, but it can generally be treated with specific antibiotic therapy.

Nominations for the 2014 Arizona Age Group and Senior Coach of the Year Award

Nominations by Coaches for the 2014 Age Group and Senior Coach of the Year awards are being accepted by e-mail at email hidden; JavaScript is required . Please check your e-mail from AzSI for further information.

Pool Certification information

Information on certified pools in Arizona and how to get your pool nationally certified.

Keep Your Information Current

Arizona Swimming requests that you keep all contact information current. Click here for Contact Information Change Form. Please complete the form and return it to the AzSI office.

Red Cross Certification Courses and Foundations of Coaching

  • All American Red Cross classes are now scheduled through one national clearinghouse. Coaches can find a class at: 1-800-red-cross or
  • USA Swimming’s Foundations of Coaching

USA Swimming’s Foundations of Coaching Testing

USA Swimming’s Foundations of Coaching webpage can be found here.

Safety Training for Coaches – in water

Click here for the Safety Training for Swim Coaches In-Water Checklist. When completed, this signed form together with the completion certificate from the on-line portion of the Swim Coaches Safety Training, should be sent to the AzSI office. The forms may be sent by snail mail, fax or scanned and emailed to

2015 Non-Athlete Renewal Registrations

Renewal registration for 2015 non-athletes are now available on-line. You must have completed Athlete Protection Training, Background Screening, First Aid, CPR etc before you can renew your registration for 2015. Please read the detailed instructions carefully. Go to to the AzSI On-Line Services portal if you have completed all requirements for registration.

Arizona Coaches of the Year Awards

MRSA Information for Swimmers & Parents

As with any infection, MRSA can be very serious and, if left untreated, potentially deadly, but it can generally be treated with specific antibiotic therapy.

Interested In Becoming A Coach?

USA Swimming Coaches Information

Forms – Document Library

2014/2015 Officials Clinics

Chick here for the current schedule of Officials Clinics together with the location, time and instructor for the clinics.

Instructors for clinics are chosen by the Officials Committee and its Chair, Jane Stump; additional clinics may only be added with the written permission of the Officials Chair who will assign an instructor. Requests for additional clinics should be addressed to Jane Stump, Officials Chair, at

National Officials Evaluators

The 2014/2015 listing of National Official’s Evaluators for N2 or N3 classification has been published. Arizona Officials qualified as such are Richard Joos and Mary Kramer. Other National Officials Evaluators from other LSC may, from time to time, be present at some AzSI meets.

Meets requesting availability of N2 or N3 evaluations should contact Jane Stump, AzSI Officials Chair, at

Applications to Officiate

Click here for the applications to Officiate National Level meets.

2015 Non Athlete Renewal On line Registration is Open!

2015 On-Line renewal registration for non-athletes is open. Renewals are available through the AzSI On-Line Services portal.

Non athletes wishing to renew manually for 2015 may use the Non-Athlete Registration form on the web and send to the AzSI office. The form is available in the Document Library.

Looking to Become an Official?

In addition to the technical training required to be a certified official you must be a registered member of USA Swimming / Arizona Swimming, having completed the required background screen and the online athlete protection training. Background screens and online athlete protection are completed / accessed though the USA Swimming web site; registration is through Arizona Swimming.

Interested in becoming an Certified Stroke and Turn Swim Official?

For detailed instructions on how to become a certified swim official, click here.

Interested in becoming an Certified Administrative Official?

For detailed instructions on how to become a certified administrative official, click here.

Looking for the 2014 USA Swimming Rule Book?

Click here for 2014 USA Swimming Rules and Regulation book in pdf format.

Looking for a Meet Management Form?

Click here for list of downloadable Meet Management (and other) PDF forms available on the AzSI website.

PLEASE…Keep Your Information Current!

New address? New email? New phone? If you change any of this information please notify us so we may update your registration record. Our primary method of communication is via email, if we don’t have a working email you will not hear from us. So please keep all contact information current. Click here for a form to report changes to the office. Complete the form, print it, scan it, fax it or mail it to the office.

Athlete Protection Training

All non-athlete members of AzSI/USA Swimming must complete the USA Swimming Athletic Protection Training prior to registration or renewal of registration. Click here for very detailed instructions or Athlete Protection Training to begin your required training. Within a few business days of the completion of your training, your USAS record will be automatically updated.

AzSI Officals Meet Tracking System

USA Swimming maintains an Officials Tracking System for all LSCs. Click on the link below to go to the USA Officials Tracking System. Each time you access Officials Tracking you must sign in with your USA Swimming Account Log In. First time users must create an account with USA Swimming prior to attempting to access the Officials Tracking System. To establish a USAS account click ‘signin’ on the very top right hand side of the USAS Swimming webpage.

USA Swimming Officals Tracking System

Also available through the above link is an OTS: Officials Users Guide – Officials.

Other Swimming Organizations

Click here for link to other swimming sites.

Check your First Aid Kits

Another season has come and gone and it is once again time to check your First Aid Kits. Our Safety Chair recommends that you check all First Aid Kits, even the one’s provided by the facility to make sure they are properly stocked and nothing is expired.

Recently at a season ending meet in another LSC, when the first aid kit was needed, it was found to have expired liquid bandage solution, just when it was needed. Let’s make sure that this doesn’t happen to us in the coming Short Course season.

Starre Haney, AZSI’s Safety chair recommend that clubs buy a number of the smallest bottles possible of liquid bandage due to the physical contact required to apply liquid bandage and the chance of contamination of the brush. We recommend that you do the same with antibiotic ointment and to make sure that you check the injured for known allergies before applying the antibiotic.

AzSI Meet Marshal Training

Click here to begin the AzSI Meet Marshal training.

After you complete the course you will be asked to take a short quiz about what you learned. The results of the quiz will be sent to the office. A picture is required for your Meet Marshal badge. Picture should be sent to Upon receipt of your information from the test site and your picture, your Meet Marshal Badge and vest will be sent to you.

Note: Meet Marshal badges can take as long as 10 days to process. If your card does not arrive within 14 days from submission of all required data, please contact the office at

Report of Occurrences

Click here for the form to report accidents incurred by athletes or non athletes, members or non-members to USA Swimming. Please report even minor occurrences such as bee stings etc.

Concussions in Youth Sports


A New FREE CDC Online Training Helps Prepare Coaches and Parents in Less than 30 Minutes.

Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports is a free online training available to coaches, parents, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. The training was developed by CDC’s Injury Center in partnership and other leading organizations. It features interviews with leading experts and interactive exercises to help coaches and parents recognize a concussion and know how to respond if their athlete might have a concussion.

Coaches and Parents Will Learn:

  • To understand a concussion and the potential consequences of this injury,
  • To recognize concussion signs and symptoms and how to respond,
  • About steps for returning to activity (play and school) after a concussion, and
  • To focus on prevention and preparedness to help keep athletes safe season-to-season.

Remember, if you think an athlete has a concussion:

  • Do not assess it yourself,
  • Take him/her out of play, and
  • Seek the advice of a health care professional.

MRSA Information for Swimmers & Parents

As with any infection, MRSA can be very serious and, if left untreated, potentially deadly, but it can generally be treated with specific antibiotic therapy.

Safety Committee

The Safety Commmittee is looking for a few safety minded volunteers. If you are an athlete or non-athlete and interested in serving on the Arizona Swimming Safety Committee contact Starre Haney Arizona Swimming’s Safety Chair at