A Safer Sport – for Athletes, Parents & Clubs

USA & Arizona Swimming Commitment to Safe Sport

USA/Arizona Swimming are committed to safeguarding it’s membership with the welfare of its athlete members being the top priority.


Helpful Information

  • Information for Athletes
  • Information for Parents
  • Information for Clubs

  • Click here for video explaining the new three point entry required of all athletes entering the pool except when using starting blocks.

Arizona Swimming and USA Swimming are committed to a safe sport. Below are helpful links for athletes.

Arizona Swimming and USA Swimming are committed to a safe sport. Below are helpful links for parents.

USA Swimming requires that all USA Swimming Clubs develop and adhere to various policies in furtherance of developing a safer sport.   If a member Club does not have an existing policy, by default those policies shall be those model policies developed by USA Swimming.  There are links to these policies, model policies and other items below:

Safe Sport

Training & Education

Free to all members
Click here to see how we can all help foster safe and positive environments by educating ourselves on the tragic issue of abuse. USA Swimming offers training for all members with specific training for coaches, officials, and other non-athlete members, parents, and athlete. You can start your online training today.

Safe Sport Links

Safe Sport Basics

Deal with a concern: USA Swimming

SafeSport.org

Anti-Bullying Information

These websites listed contain both information on bullying along with resources to combat bullying.

Non Athlete Members Mandatory 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 to begin your mandatory  Athlete Protection Training training. Within a few business days of the completion of your training, your USAS record will be automatically updated.