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USA Swimming Forms

Each year swimmers must register with USA Swimming. Listed below are links to download PDF versions of the registration forms. Most athletes will need the full-season form only. (athlete_reistration.pdf) Seasonal registration forms are rarely used -- consult your coach or registration chair if you feel this option may apply to you. Also listed below is a non-athlete form for coaches, officials, etc.

Please send all completed forms and payments to the Montana Swimming Registration Chairperson, which is currently :
Lanni Jacobson
Lanni's contact information is:

Instructions for USAS Registrations:

Forms for USAS Registrations:

USAS Coach Registration Requirements

See updated Coach Registration Requirements for 2014 here (doc dated 7-11-2014)

See also - NEW Foundations of Coaching FAQ here (new as of 1-18-13)

Miscellaneous USAS Forms and Information

Other important forms and instructions may be accessed below:

USAS Athlete Protection Information

We can all help foster safe and positive environments by educating ourselves on the tragic issue of abuse. USA Swimming offers training for all members with specific free training for parents and athletes.

The Safe Sport Committee has developed the attached fliers which give information about the free parent and athlete on-line training regarding safe sport.

Safe Sport Flyer Athlete Education flyer

I think it is important to include this information in our meet programs.  I would like every team to consider including one or both in empty pages of heat sheets.  USA swimming is working on versions of these that would fit into ½ and ¼ page versions.  We should also posting them in the results area at our swim meets.  We recognize that there are costs associated in doing this, but we hope everyone will recognize the importance of spreading the Safe Sport message within our membership.

I would also like to ask all of us to promote safe sport training in our clubs and with our families.  We need to encourage all our parents to have their swimmers participate in this free training.  The parents should consider participating in the athlete training as well as the parent training so they know what message is being said to their children.  The athlete training was designed for athletes 13 years old and up.  I feel it is important for parents and their swimmers under the age of 13, if the parents deem it appropriate to also participate in the safe sport training together so both parties can open up a dialogue about this important topic.

Here are some links for more information on Safe Sport. 

www.usaswimming.org/protect

Here is the information you need to take the Safe Sport training. 

Select Your LSC                                                                 Montana Swimming

Enter Your Club Code                                    

 Link for the Training Page

http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1960&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en

Athlete Safe Sport Training

http://www.praesidiuminc.com/armatus/reference_athletes.php

Parents Safe Sport Training

http://www.praesidiuminc.com/armatus/reference_parents.php

USAS Safety Incidence Reporting


Link to new online incidence reporting form -- onlineForm
 
downloadable Hardcopy form
 
Please use the online form whenever posssible. Use of the new online version of the incidence report will speed processing and efficiency in handling the report.
   Please use this form to report ANY Injury at ANY USAS sponsored event, including swim meets, swim-a-thons, and practices. Note that injuries to NON-USAS persons (spectators) should be reported with this form as well.
The form should be filled out and submitted by the meet manager or a team official, not the person involved in the injury.