POOL OF POSSIBILITIES; ACHIEVEMENT FOR LIFE

Pacific Swimming, the third largest of USA Swimming's 59 regional associations, is made up of 120 swim clubs and more than 16,000 swimmers. While our membership is centered in California's San Francisco Bay Area, our territory also includes the coastal counties of Northern California from Monterey to the Oregon border, the Stockton-Modesto area of California's Central Valley, and the Reno-Carson City-Lake Tahoe area on the California-Nevada border.

  • October 21, 2020 - Recording of House of Delegates Meeting
    If you were unable to attend our House of Delegates meeting this past October 11, 2020, you may watch the recording of the Zoom Meeting. Click for the link
  • October 19, 2020 - Recommended COVID-19 Positive Test Protocols
    Aquatics Coalition and USA Swimming have recommended the following as a best practice guideline in the event of a positive COVID-19 test within your club. Click for the link.
  • October 8, 2020 - Toyota US Open Information and Travel Support (Revised 10/14/20)
    The travel support assistance forms for the Toyota US Open have been posted. This competition will be held at multiple sites. Click for full details.
  • October 8, 2020 - New Coach Updates
    USA Swimming has released some new information for coaches. Click for full details and links.
  • October 5, 2020 - New Virtual Competition for Athletes - Kick for Time
    MEMO Masters Team is offering a 400 yd "Kick for Time" virtual meet in December. MEMO will donate $1 of the entry fee to Pacific Swimming's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Fund, for every Pacific Swimming athlete who chooses to enter this fundraising event. Click for more info and the link for the event.
  • September 28, 2020 - New Survey Out for Coaches
    Coaches, if you haven't had an opportunity to fill out our latest club status survey, please take a moment to do so. Click for link.
  • September 18, 2020 - Congratulations 2019-2020 Scholastic All America Athletes!
    Pacific Swimming is home to 41 Scholastic All America Athletes! Pacific Swimming would like to congratulate all of the PC swimmers that are part of the 2019-2020 Scholastic All America Team! Click for the complete list of athletes.
  • September 4, 2020 - Congratulations ALGA, BAC, CROW, EBA, EBSD, PRNA, and TAHO on Becoming Safe Sport Recognized Clubs
    Pacific Swimming currently has 44 clubs that have been certified as Safe Sport Recognized Clubs - 2nd LSC in the Nation! We would like to recognize AlaGators, Burlingame Aquatic Club, Crow Canyon Country Club Sharks, East Bay Aquatics Association, East Bay Silver Dolphins, Piranha Swimming, and Tahoe Swim Club, on achieving Safe Sport Recognized Club status! We also currently have 12 other teams that have started the process on becoming Safe Sport Recognized. The Safe Sport Recognized Club Program (“SSRP”) allows a USA Swimming member club to publicly demonstrate its unwavering commitment to creating an abuse-free, safe, healthy and positive environment for all its members through the implementation of the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, Anti-Bullying measures, Safe Sport Best Practices and Athlete Protection Training. Click for more details on how your club can become a Safe Sport Recognized Club.
  • August 24, 2020 - Reminder: Tech Suits Not Allowed for 12 & Unders Starting September 1, 2020
    A reminder that the tech suit restrictions, proposed by the Age Group Development Committee, will go into effect for 12-and-under swimmers beginning September 1, 2020. Click for complete lists of the suits that will be restricted for athletes 12 and under, and then a list of those tech suits that will be allowed for athletes 12 and under.
  • August 20, 2020 - Congratulations FOG, MCSD, NNA and OAK on Becoming Safe Sport Recognized Clubs
    Pacific Swimming would like to recognize Fog City Hammerheads, Northern Nevada Aquatics, Oaklantis and Mendecino Coast Sea Dragons, on achieving Safe Sport Recognized Club status! We also currently have 20 other teams that have started the process on becoming Safe Sport Recognized. The Safe Sport Recognized Club Program (“SSRP”) allows a USA Swimming member club to publicly demonstrate its unwavering commitment to creating an abuse-free, safe, healthy and positive environment for all its members through the implementation of the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, Anti-Bullying measures, Safe Sport Best Practices and Athlete Protection Training. Click for more details on how your club can become a Safe Sport Recognized Club.
  • August 19, 2020 - Be Mindful of Air Quality This Week
    Please be aware of the air quality at your pools this week. Please check reliable air quality sites to determine if your practices should be held or cancelled. Any area that shows an AQI of 150+ should not be holding practices. Click for more details and website links.
  • August 10, 2020 - Congratulations BSW, MONT, PST, RHAC, and VJO on Becoming Safe Sport Recognized Clubs
    Pacific Swimming would like to recognize Brentwood Seawolves, Montclair Swim Team, Piedmont Swim Team, Ruby Hill Aquatics, and Vallejo Aquatic Club, on achieving Safe Sport Recognized Club status! We also currently have 20 other teams that have started the process on becoming Safe Sport Recognized. The Safe Sport Recognized Club Program (“SSRP”) allows a USA Swimming member club to publicly demonstrate its unwavering commitment to creating an abuse-free, safe, healthy and positive environment for all its members through the implementation of the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, Anti-Bullying measures, Safe Sport Best Practices and Athlete Protection Training. Click for more details on how your club can become a Safe Sport Recognized Club.
  • July 27, 2020 - Congratulations PASA, WANV and RENO on Becoming Safe Sport Recognized Clubs
    Pacific Swimming would like to recognize Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics, Waves Aquatics Napa Valley, and Reno Aquatic Club on achieving Safe Sport Recognized Club status! We also currently have 25 other teams that have started the process on becoming Safe Sport Recognized. The Safe Sport Recognized Club Program (“SSRP”) allows a USA Swimming member club to publicly demonstrate its unwavering commitment to creating an abuse-free, safe, healthy and positive environment for all its members through the implementation of the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, Anti-Bullying measures, Safe Sport Best Practices and Athlete Protection Training. Click for more details on how your club can become a Safe Sport Recognized Club.
  • July 17, 2020 - Congratulations CRUZ, DDST, HSC, OAPB, OAQ, SCSC, and UD on Becoming Safe Sport Recognized Clubs
    Pacific Swimming would like to recognize Douglas Dolfins Swim Club, Humboldt Swim Club, Orinda Aquatics, Osprey Aquatics, Santa Clara Swim Club, Santa Cruz Swimming, and Ukiah Dolphins, on achieving Safe Sport Recognized Club status! We also currently have 30 other teams that have started the process on becoming Safe Sport Recognized. The Safe Sport Recognized Club Program (“SSRP”) allows a USA Swimming member club to publicly demonstrate its unwavering commitment to creating an abuse-free, safe, healthy and positive environment for all its members through the implementation of the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy, Anti-Bullying measures, Safe Sport Best Practices and Athlete Protection Training. Click for more details on how your club can become a Safe Sport Recognized Club.
  • July 12, 2020 - Pacific Swimming Announces the Passing of Ben Swiggett, Gary Hinderliter, and Judith Szmidt
    It is with deep sadness that Pacific Swimming announces the passing of three long-time officials and active members of Pacific Swimming, Ben Swiggett, Gary Hinderliter, and Judith Szmidt. Our organization is forever grateful for their devotion and support. Click for more details.