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PNS Disability Swimming Page
 

Welcome to the PNS Disability Swimming Page.  Please contact the PNS Office if you would like to post to this page

"USA Swimming encourages people with disabilities to participate in the sport of swimming and facilitates their inclusion in USA Swimming programs through education and collaboration.We seek to involve people with disabilities in existing competitions and programs for all swimmers, rather than provide unique disability-only opportunities. Swimmers who prefer disability-only programs should consult the links menu in the “Get Involved” (on the USA Swimming Disability page)"

Kiko Van Zandt PNS Disability Chair


 
Announcements, Updates, Information
5/14/14:  PNS Swimmers excel at the 2014 Paralympic Spring Can-AM Championships.  Read the entire article.

4/20/2013:  PNS Swimmer Shine at Recent Can-AM Paralympics Championships setting American, Pan American and World Records and earning Swimmer of the Meet AwardRead the entire article.

8/26/2011: HALEY BERANBAUM MAKING IMPACT ON PARALYMPIC SCENE...USA Swimming
Haley Beranbaum (SSC) has always liked proving people wrong when it comes to her abilities. Even though she’s been swimming competitively for just two years, she has already set the pool on fire with eight American Paralympic records.  Read the entire article about Haley on the USA Swimming web

4/10/2011: Meet updates from the Paralympic Nationals in Minneapolis
Day Three: Kayla Wheeler (Shadow Seals) National Champion in the S3 100 Free; Ira Kaplan (PRO): 7th in S6 200 IM; Haley Beranbaum (Stingrays) 2nd in S5 100 Free; Casey Johnson (WAVE) 4th in the S6 200 IM and 3rd in the S6 100 Free.  Day Two: Kayla Wheeler (Shadow Seals) National Champion in both the S3 50 Free and the S3 50 Fly; Casey Johnson (WAVE) National Champion in the S6 100 Back and 2nd in the S6 50 Fly; Ira Kaplan (PRO) National Champion in the S6 50 Fly and 2nd in the S6 100 Back; Sierra Landholm (Metro Aquatics) 2nd in the S9 200 Back, 5th in S9 100 Back; Haley Beranbaum (Stingrays) 2nd in the S5 50 Fly, 3rd in the S5 50 Free and 4th in S5 50 Back. Day One: Sierra Landholm (Metro Aquatics) National Champion in the S9 800 Free; Kayla Wheeler (Shadow Seals) National Champion in the S3 200 Free; Haley Beranbaum (Stingrays) 3rd place in S5 200 Free and 4th in the S5 100 Breast; Casey Johnson (WAVE) in the S6 100 Breast
 
 
Resources
  PNS Disability HOD Reports
   USA Swimming Disability Page
  Including Swimmers with a Disability: A Guide for Local  Swimming Committees
  A Guide for Coaches
  A Guide for Officials
  A Guide for Meet Directors and Safety Personnel
  A Guide for Swimmers and Parents
  US Paralympic Swimming
  Canadian Para-Swimming