The tech suit restrictions, proposed by the USA Swimming Age Group Development Committee, will go into effect for 12-and-under swimmers beginning September 1, 2020.
For a complete lists of the suits that will be restricted and suits that will be allowed for athletes 12 and under, please click here.
AZSI is offering its second Virtual Coordinated Competition for all AZSI clubs and their members from August 6 – 24, 2020.
See your Club Coach for more information!
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Over 750 athletes participated in the AZSI Virtual
competition held in various locations throughout the state between June 26 and
July 12. Look for information on the
next meet soon!
Click here for full results!
It’s hard to create excitement around training, especially when meets are not yet on the calendar. That’s why we’re asking our coaches, athletes, and members to share their creative approaches to training.
What are you doing to encourage your team to stay engaged, have fun, and get the most out of every training session? We want to know. Share your ideas with email@example.com and we’ll add them to this post for all to see. Let’s work together to keep ALL of our athletes motivated and excited to be back in the pool!
AZSI – VIRTUAL COORDINATED COMPETITION
AZSI is offering a Virtual Coordinated Competition for all AZSI clubs and their members from June 26 – July 12, 2020.
Let the competition begin! See your Club Coach for more information.
Click here for more information.
GOING THE EXTRA MILE CHALLENGE
On June 6, 2020, Swim Neptune Senior Team swimmers, Keaton Jones, Devin Esser and Tal Spector, Coach Joe Zemaitis, and his brother John Zemaitis, will all individually attempt 25 miles of swimming in 24 hours. At the start of every hour, for 24 hours straight – through the day and night, one mile must be completed until they reach 25 miles – “Going the Extra Mile!”
Two Swim Neptune relay teams will also attempt this feat, one swimmer at a time. This will test their endurance, mental fortitude, and their ability to stand up tall in the face of physical and mental exhaustion. All swimmers and support staff will be adhering to CDC guidelines for social distancing. All of the swimmers want to promote swimming as the safe and healthy sport that it is! Learn more here.
We’re proud of all Arizona Swimming clubs who have shown their commitment to safeguarding our membership by achieving Safe Sport Recognized status. For more information on Safe Sport and a complete list of clubs who have achieved recognized status, visit our Safe Sport page.
Click here to view USA Swimming’s targeted event schedule.
Congratulations to the 2020 scholarship winners, Elyse Guerena and Ainsley Limesand!
Elyse Guerena is with Seville Country Club Sharks Swim Team (SCCS) in Gilbert and plans on attending NAU this fall. Ainsley Limesand is with Flying Fish Arizona Swim Team (FAST) in Oro Valley and is currently undecided where she will attend this fall.
Thank you to all the athletes who participated.
For all the latest information from USA Swimming regarding COVID-19, please visit their website here.
Club Assistance: USA Swimming and LSC leaders have compiled a list of state and federal programs that swim clubs can apply for during the COVID-19 crisis. This list can be found here. Once a club has exhausted these resources, a club may apply for help from USA Swimming’s disaster fund.
As a result of the closures of many facilities due to COVID-19, coaches may find it difficult to renew some certifications. For coaches whose Lifeguard Training, In-Water Safety Training or CPR/AED certifications expire between March 1 and June 30, 2020, there are some options available to you at this time. For more information, click here.