USMS is pleased to announce a unique new USMS membership benefit, special-rate life insurance for swimmers, from our official partner Health IQ. Health IQ works with innovative insurance carriers to offer swimmers special rates on life insurance. As a licensed insurance broker in all 50 states, Health IQ has helped tens of thousands of health-conscious people, including swimmers, secure more than $4 billion in life insurance coverage.
Legendary OxiClean pitchman Anthony Sullivan has found a big cause to support: teaching adults lifesaving skills through U.S. Masters Swimming and its Swimming Saves Lives Foundation’s adult learn-to-swim initiative.
More than 2,000 adult swimmers from across the U.S. are competing in the meet
About 10 people drown every day in the United States, most of them adults or young adults, according to the CDC. U.S. Masters Swimming, with its adult learn-to-swim initiative, is on the front lines to reduce this statistic.
U.S. Masters Swimming has concluded its annual meeting during the United States Aquatic Sports Convention. In addition to committee meetings and rules and legislation reviews, USMS held at-large director elections and honored many of its deserving volunteers with service awards.
Swimming will take center-stage in Rio de Janiero this month and interest in the sport of swimming will increase through TV viewership, internet searches, and inquiries at local pools across the country.
In order to capture some of this interest and provide swimming information and opportunities for people who want to learn to swim, swim for fitness, or compete in swimming, U.S. Masters Swimming has created a new membership option that gives anyone age 18 or older the opportunity to join USMS at a reduced cost for 2016.
Anthony Sullivan, star of the Discovery Channel’s “Pitchmen” series and renowned spokesperson for OxiClean, Stick-Up Bulbs, Swivel Sweepers, and other beloved products, has teamed up with U.S. Masters Swimming.
Seal Beach, Calif., and Sarasota, Fla., April 15, 2016—TYR Sport and U.S. Masters Swimming are proud to announce their continued partnership.
Sarasota, Fla., March 25, 2016—April is Adult Learn-to-Swim month. According to the CDC, about 10 people drown every day in the United States—the majority of them adults or young adults.
The Swimming Saves Lives Foundation, U.S. Masters Swimming’s charitable arm, continues its annual campaign to directly reduce adult drowning by training and certifying adult learn-to-swim instructors and by providing grants for adult swim lessons.
Cincinnati, Ohio and Sarasota, Fla., March 21, 2016—INFINIT Nutrition and U.S. Masters Swimming announce a unique partnership that includes the creation of a custom line of sports drinks formulated specifically to meet the needs of Masters swimmers.