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Disability Welcome Letter

Disability Information for Swimmers

The Maryland Swimming disability committee is committed to providing an environment for disabled swimmers to participate with clubs and in LSC sanctioned meets. 

When registering swimmers please mark on the registration form if the athlete has a disability. There are a lot of opportunities for education and swimming events outside of Maryland.

Direct all Disability Questions to Andrew Barranco at abarranco@merritclubs.com

Adapted Swimming Info
Adapted Swimmers and Parents
Adapted Coaches Brochure
Adapted Officials Brochure
Inclusion Policy for Disability Swimmers

Links
US Paralympics 
USA Swimming Disability Link

Meet Info

Adapted Swimming Records

SCY American Records
SCM American Records
LCM American Records

Trivia Question

Winner Gets a $15 i-Tunes Gift Card


Any registered MD Swimming swimmer is welcome to play!!!



New Question:

The introduction of goggles to competitive swimming in the late 1960's is widely regarded as one of the greatest transformational technological advances in the history of the sport. Prior to their introduction, the amount of time swimmers could spend training or swimming distances, was limited by the harmful effects of chlorine and salt water on the eyes.
Who was the first swimmer to wear goggles in International pool competition, and what country was he from?

Swimmers who have answered correctly: John Fitzsimmons, Lance Rombro, Jonathan Daniel, Evan Weber, Anna Mason, Tess Beckett, Maddie Dooley, Lauren Waire, James Petrera, Ryan Miller, Emily Xu, Melody Jones

Last Month's Winner : Lauren Waire, NBAC


Answer: 10K


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Please email your answers to webmaster@mdswim.org by August 12, 2014

How to play 

Winner will be determined by a random drawing from all of the correct answers submitted.









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