as the local organizing committee of USA Swimming, plans and conducts swimming activities in which athletes strive to reach their full potential in the sport of competitive swimming.
Upcoming Officials’ Clinics
Stroke and Turn Clinics:
Chief Judge Clinics
MD Swimming Alumni - we would love to know what you are doing now. Let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us what team(s) you swam for, when you "graduated" from MD Swimming, and what you are up to.
Currently we have many coaches in MD Swimming who swam in MD as well. Check out where they swam and where they are coaching now:
MD Swimmer to MD coach updated 3.3.2013
Devin Lessard, former TCY swimmer, senior from Susquehanna University,placed 5th at the division III NCAA competition with a 2:02.0 personal best time in the 200 fly.
Dylan Davis, Johns Hopkins sophomore and former SPY swimmer, was crowned national champion in the 100 yard back stroke event at the NCAA Division III National Swimming and Diving Championships held last week in Texas. Davis won gold by coming from behind on the last lap to win by just one-hundredth of a second in a time 48.62 seconds. The victory was the highlight of a stellar meet for Davis. Davis finished fourth in the 200 yard back stroke event with a time of 1:46.58. Davis also swam the back stroke leg on the Blue Jays’ 400 yard medley relay team that claimed a silver medal and the Blue Jays’ 200 yard medley relay team that finished in fifth place. Davis earned All-America status in all four events. Davis has now earned All-America status seven times in his two seasons at Hopkins
Six MD Swimmers in Baltimore Sun Top 175 MD Athletes