Welcome To Metropolitan Swimming Inc.
: Metropolitan Swimming shall promote, develop and improve competitive swimming through education, support and opportunities for participation to a diverse swimming community.
: To inspire and provide quality opportunities for our members to achieve excellence in the sport of competitive swimming.
Metropolitan Swimming, Inc. (Metro - MR) is a Local Swim Committee (LSC) member of USA-Swimming. Metro is a non-profit organization whose objectives and primary purpose shall be the education, instruction and training of individuals to develop and improve their capabilities in the sport of swimming. Metro shall promote swimming for the benefit of swimmers of all ages and abilities, in accordance with the standards, rules, regulations, policies and procedures of FINA, USA Swimming, and Metro and its Articles/Certificate of Incorporation. Read more . . .
October 7, 2015
Metropolitan LSC Class of 2016 Athlete Recognition
When an athlete commits to a college, email name, team, and college to email@example.com
Metro athletes at the 2015 USA-Swimming Convention House of Delegates meeting
September 30, 2015
A Stroke & Turn Officials clinic will be held on Saturday, October 10th at 12:30 PM in the 5th floor conference room of the Asphalt Green facility in Manhattan (York Avenue at 91st Street).
Lunch will be served. Please email Amanda Lister at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you planning to attend.
September 30, 2015
Meet Director - Administrative Officials Clinic - Long Island
Saturday, October 24 - 10:30 AM - Nassau County Aquatic Center (lower level)
All interested please email Denise Byrne email@example.com
September 26, 2015
And You Want to Swim in College?
Check Out Free Age Group-2-College Swimming (AG2CS) Program
You donít have to be a Junior or Senior National Qualifier to swim in college, just have the desire and academic qualifications to realize your dream of swimming in college.
There are over 1,000 college swimming programs that need to recruit more than 5,000 HS seniors each year.
With 5 different levels of College competition (NCAA Division I, II, and III; NAIA, and National Junior College), the chances are very good that there is a program that will enable you to get a great education, and continue your swimming in college as a student athlete!
If you are in high school and want to start looking for a program that would allow you to continue swimming in college, visit AG2CS.com
and complete the Athlete Profile.
September 21, 2015
2016 Silver and Bronze Championships Team Alignment
September 9, 2015
Congratulations to the 2015 Scholastic All Americans
September 1, 2015
Updates to Athlete Protection Training for non-Athlete Members
USA-Swimming has added a new online APT Renewal course. Here is information on which course to take.
Athlete Protection Training New Member Course
-   This is the original APT that was released in 2011
-   Required for all new members
-   Must be completed in order to become a non-athlete member
-   Satisfies APT Requirement for 24 months
Athlete Protection Training Renewal Course
-   This is a new course is now available
-   It is a 40-minute, scenario based course
-   It will be required of all renewing non-athlete members when their current APT certification expires
-   For members whose APT certification expires in 2015, the deadline to renew is 12/31/15.
-   The requirement will be good for 24 months from 12/31/15
August 15, 2015
USA-Swimming Announces "SwimStaffSelect"
USA-Swimming has introduced SwimStaffSelect
, an online human resources tool available FREE as a member service to all of our coaches and clubs!
August 15, 2015
Presentations of the 2015 USA-Swimming LSC Safety Workshop in Denver
The LSC Safety Chairs workshop, which was held June 26-27 in Denver, included several outstanding presentations
by guests and committee members.
Coaches especially take a look at several presentations about Hypoxic Training, Unsafe Breath Holding, and Shallow Water Blackout.
July 26, 2015
USA-Swimming Coaching Background Check Is Taking Longer
Due to more in-depth checks the USA-Swimming background check coaches must take every two years is now taking longer, in some cases 3 to 4 weeks.
Coaches, please renew your background check at least a month before the expiration date!
July 9, 2015
Link to a great article that was written by Swimming World Magazine
about the great work that Eddie Oyola
and his Metro Swim League made up of Boys & Girls Club Teams in the NY and NJ area has done to diversify the sport of swimming.