When we protect our athletes,
we protect 

From the pool to the open water, swimmers find their stroke and compete individually or with a team. With countless laps, drills, and dryland sessions, athletes build their cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, and technique to move their bodies through the water. Swimming can truly evoke feelings of power, peace, and joy; grab your cap and goggles, take your mark, BEEP. When we protect our swimmers, we keep this sport safe and healthy for all.

If you or someone you know has experienced misconduct or abuse in swimming, please access these resources for help. For additional information on confidential helplines, sexual assault reporting procedures, and mental health resources, click the button below.

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