Aloha and welcome to Hawaiian
Hawaiian Swimming is the
Local Swim Committee (LSC) of USA Swimming that governs the sport
of swimming in the geographical area of the state of Hawaii.
Hawaiian Swimming is comprised of approximately 30 group members
(clubs or organizations) throughout the islands of Hawaii, Kauai,
Maui, and Oahu. There are approximately 2000 USA Swimming
registered age group swimmers (5-18) in the state of Hawaii. Please
refer to the
"Team Directory" link for a list Hawaiian Swimming
swim clubs on each island.
The objective and primary
purpose of Hawaiian Swimming is the education, instruction, and
training of individuals to develop and improve their capabilities
in the sport of swimming. Hawaiian Swimming promotes 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 Hawaiian Swimming.
USA Swimming and Hawaiian
Swimming encourage all athletes to participate in the sport of
swimming irrespective of their family's ability to pay the annual
here to apply for the USA Swimming/Hawaiian
LSC OUTREACH program.
MISSION AND VISION:
VISION: Hawaiian Swimming
promotes the highest levels of swimming and personal
MISSION: Hawaiian Swimming
provides education, competition, and programs for all ages and
abilities within the swimming community through Commitment,
Open-mindedness, Respect, and Excellence.