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News:

  • Michigan LMSC: Spring 2021 COVID Update – March 21, 2021

I hope you this update finds you and your family doing well as we head into spring and warmer weather.

Like so many other organizations, we have spent the better part of the past year frozen in time, as we wait to see when things will return to something more normal.

When the COVID pandemic first started, it was hard to imagine after the cancellation of the 2020 State Meet Championship that we would also have to cancel the entire 2020-2021 Short Course season and the 2021 State Meet Championship as well.

With the rollout of COVID vaccines, we are hopeful that this fall will become more like the traditional Masters swim season.

With the absence of this year’s State Meet Championship, the Michigan LMSC Board held a virtual annual meeting to discuss the upcoming year. Since all activities were frozen for the past year, a decision was made to just continue with our present board composition for the following year, with one change.

Coleman Teach has decided to resign his position as the Michigan LMSC Treasurer after four years. We all want to thank Coleman for his four years of service and volunteer work on behalf of the Michigan LMSC. The new Michigan LMSC Treasurer will now be Jim Izzi.

As Jim moves into his new role as Treasurer, we are pleased to announce that Samantha Snyder will now become the Michigan LMSC Sanctions Officer and Top 10 Recorder.

The full meeting minutes are available – CLICK HERE.

As we all await news of swimming events in the coming months, we will continue to make plans for the 2021-2022 Short Course season and beyond and will let you know as soon as we have any news to share.

Be well and stay safe,

Patrick Weiss
Vice-Chair, Michigan LMSC
pweiss@ameritech.net

 

  • Coronavirus and Swimming: What You Need to Know… What’s changed since March and how that might impact your swimming?

by Elaine K Howley, July 27, 2020

When the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a pandemic in mid-March, swimming stopped for a lot of us. Pools around the country closed, and as of late July, only some have reopened, and many are operating in a much-reduced capacity. New protocols have been instituted to help keep swimmers safe, and each facility is approaching its reopening plans a little differently, based on local conditions and regulations.

Over the past five months, we’ve learned a lot about this new disease and how it’s transmitted. Although there’s still a lot that isn’t clear about the coronavirus and the potentially deadly disease it causes, COVID-19 (also called SARS-CoV-2), we have learned a great deal about what to expect from infections and how to slow transmission.

With regards to swimming, here’s a summary of current public health advisories and scientific understanding of what you need to know. Awareness of these key aspects of the virus and how it moves can help you keep safe as pools around the country resume operations.

To continue reading this article, visit the USMS website, or – CLICK HERE

 

  •  Michigan Masters LMSC Board – 2021 Spring Annual Meeting 

Teleconference Meeting Minutes 3-07-2021 – 7:00 PM – CLICK HERE

 

 

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