Winner of the USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon Contest [Video]

Feb 20, 2018 Andrew Herr

Winner of the USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon Contest [Video]

Last week, the four USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon Gold Medal Clubs were announced and now it's time to announce the winner of the USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon Contest! Over 550 teams hosted a USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon in 2017, raising almost $7 million in fundraising dollars.

Gold Medal winning clubs are recognized for earning the most points for total Swim-A-Thon fundraising dollars raised and bonus points earned between December 2016 and November 2017.

We're excited to share that all four teams are using the TeamUnify platform. We're so proud of you! Here are the winners...

Seward Tsunami Swim Club (Seward, Alaska)

Seward Tsunami Swim Club

 

High Tides Swim Club (Hutchinson, Minn.)

High Tides Swim Club

 

Hillsboro Swim Team (Hillsboro, Ore.)

Hillsboro Swim Team

 

NOVA of Virginia Aquatics (Richmond, Va.)

NOVA of Virginia Aquatics
 

All four of these clubs were then entered into a drawing to win a personal club visit from Olympian and 2017 Swim-A-Thon Ambassador Katie Meili. The team will also receive one year of free licensing fees from Swim-A-Thon’s online fundraising partner, TeamUnify. And the contest winner is...

 

2018 Swim-A-Thon Contest Announcement from USA Swimming Foundation on Vimeo.

 

A big congrats to NOVA of Virginia Aquatics (Richmond, Va.), the 2017 Swim-A-Thon Contest Grand Prize winner! They raised an astounding $116,039 during their annual Swim-A-Thon.

On average, when clubs run a Swim-A-Thon with the TeamUnify online fundraising platform they raise over $11,000 per year! If you are interested in running a USA Swimming Foundation Swim-A-Thon with your club and want to learn more about how we can help you exceed your goals visit our online fundraising website to learn more.

 

 

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