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6/11/2024 |  USA Swimming Teams with Indy Parks and Recreation on New Event (SportsTravel) USA Swimming and Indy Parks and Recreation have teamed up to host a four-day swim meet this week at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis.
The National Parks and Recreation Championship, presented by Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, is the first USA Swimming-sanctioned national competition for parks and community swim clubs across the United States. Swimmers aged 11 and older from Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, the District of Columbia, Indianapolis, Philadelphia and more will compete in the event before the 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials at Lucas Oil Stadium from June 15-23.
6/6/2024 |  How Lucas Oil Stadium transformed into two swimming pools for Team USA's 2024 Olympic swim trials (CBS Sports) Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will serve as the host of the U.S. Olympic Team swim trials from June 15-23, with Olympic hopefuls vying for the right to compete in this year's Paris Olympics. These trials will be unique as they take place within an NFL stadium. According to the Indianapolis Star, the 8.2-feet deep pool built over the field holds 2 million gallons of water and features a pool deck covering an entire acre including 12 rows of normal stadium seating.
6/4/2024 |  J.Crew Partners with USA Swimming on Exclusive Collection for Summer 2024 (SGB UPDATE) In partnership with USA Swimming, J.Crew celebrates its heritage with a campaign with a limited-edition collection starring U.S. swimming athletes.
J.Crew announced that it has partnered with USA Swimming on a limited-edition collection and campaign timed for summer—the partnership aligns with the American brand’s coastal lifestyle theme and DNA, “showcasing the joys of being by the water, in all its forms.” 
5/31/2024 |  Ledecky says faith in Olympic anti-doping system at ‘all-time low’ after Chinese swimming case (Associated Press (AP)) NEW YORK (AP) — Olympic champion Katie Ledecky says faith in the anti-doping system is at an “all-time low” in the wake of the way global regulators handled a case involving Chinese swimmers.
The seven-time Olympic gold medalist is looking to add to her haul this summer in Paris. In an interview with “CBS News Sunday Morning” that will air Sunday, Ledecky expressed concern that she and many others won’t be competing on a level playing field at what could be her fourth Olympics in France.
4/29/2024 |  Russia's absence boosts U.S. hopes of striking Olympic gold in artistic swimming (Reuters Sports) EAUBONNE, France April 28 (Reuters) - Boosted by the absence of favourites Russia, the United States will aim for the gold medal in artistic swimming at the Paris Games after qualifying for the Olympic team event for the first time since 2008.
The Americans punched their ticket to the Games following the world championships in Doha in February, at which they won two bronze medals.
"It means so much for me, for the whole team and the rest of USA artistic swimming community as well. For those teams who came before us, for the people who fought but didn't qualify," Anita Alvarez told Reuters on Sunday after taking part in a training session open to the public in the Paris suburb of Eaubonne, where the U.S. delegation will be based during the Games.

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