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  • APSP Model Code Moves Toward Completion

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals and the International Code Council are continuing to move forward on development of a new model code.

  • USA Swimming Partners With Sex Abuse Educator

    USA Swimming is partnering with the firm Praesidium, a national leader in sex abuse risk management, to develop a comprehensive athlete protection education program.

  • NDPA Taps New Leader

    Less than a month after losing its executive director, a leading water safety organization has named a replacement.

  • New Aquatic Group Announces Trade Show

    Just weeks after its launch, the newly formed Association of Aquatic Professionals has announced plans to host its inaugural Conference & Trade Show.

  • NRPA Announces End of Stand Alone NAC

    Following the close of the 2011 National Recreation and Park Association’s National Aquatic Conference in San Diego February 19, NRPA has announced that it will no longer hold an annual, stand-alone NAC show. Instead, it will become part of the annu

  • A Statement from Dianne Hoover, NRPA President

    NRPA recently announced changes to its national aquatic programming, and as we know and expect that many of our members will have questions, I want to take this opportunity to communicate our vision for 2012 and beyond

  • Industry Pros Debut New Association

    Several long-time aquatics professionals have come together to announce the formation of a new industry association

  • U.S. Swimming Participation Down, UK Up

    The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association recently released its Single Sport Participation Studies and found that swimming, for competition or fitness decreased 8.5 percent last year

  • NRPA Shortens 2011 NAC; Volunteers Resign

    The National Recreation and Park Association has announced a shortened 2011 aquatics show and “blended” school

  • July Is Park and Recreation Month

    July marks official Park and Recreation Month. This year, the theme is “Celebrate, Advocate, Recreate!” The National Recreation and Park Association will support local agencies as they plan special events to remind communities of the important