Looking for a Meet Management Form?
Click here for list of downloadable Meet Management (and other) PDF forms available on the AZSI website.
Officials Invitation to Work Meets “the BLAST”
This blast broadcast to officials is only for use in requesting officials to work Arizona Swimming Sanctioned or Approved meets. Click here to broadcast an email to all Arizona Officials and invite them to your meet. This broadcast is password protected. Questions regarding use should be directed to the AZSI office.
The next S&T Clinic will be held May 16th at 3:00PM instructed by Brian Shepherd.
Click here for the current schedule of Officials Clinics plus event details such as location, time and instructor. Click here for a blank generic schedule. Click here for Officials Clinic documents in the Document Library.
Clinic instructors are chosen by the Officials Chair. 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 Officials Chair, at email@example.com.
Adapted Information for Officials
Keeping you updated on the latest information for Officials:
Here are a few of the updated rules and interpretations.
- WAIVER Dolphin Timing System (10/31/20)
- Medley Rule Changes (9-21-17)
- 4-hour rule – 205.3 modification per USA Swimming (9/20/17)
- Butterfly/Breaststroke separated hands
- Deck Changing
- FINA Medley
- Elastic tape
- Interpretations of USA Swimming Rules and Regulations Committee (Aug. 2015)
- Applying for suit exemptions
Applications to Officiate National Level Competitions
If you would like to apply to work at one of the USA Swimming national level meets, click here for the applications to officiate. Please note that there are many applicants for each available position. Arizona Swimming has limited funds available to offset a portion of the funds for certain national level meets. Click here for the AZSI policy which covers such reimbursement.
Non-Athlete Renewal Online Registration
Online renewal registration for non-athletes is open. Renewals are available through the AZSI Online Services portal.
Non athletes wishing to renew manually 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?
Click here to learn how to become a Certified S&T 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 can be completed though the USA Swimming website; registration is through Arizona Swimming.
Interested in renewing your Certifications?
Looking for the 2021 USA Swimming Rule Book?
Keep Your Information Current!
Have a new home address, email address, or phone number? If you change any of this information, please notify us so we can 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 located in the Document Library to report changes to the Arizona Swimming office.
Athlete Protection Training
All non-athlete members of AZSI/USA Swimming must complete the USA Swimming Athletic Protection Training. Click here to complete Athlete Protection Training. Within a few business days of the completion of your training, your USAS record will be automatically updated.
AZSI Officals Meet Tracking System (OTS)
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 ‘sign in’ on the very top right hand side of the USAS Swimming webpage.
Also available through the above link is an OTS: Officials Users Guide – Officials.