USA Artistic Swimming to Host U.S. Masters Championship | Sports Destination Management

USA Artistic Swimming to Host U.S. Masters Championship

Apr 01, 2022

Maine Sports Commission is excited to announce USA Artistic Swimming selected Colby College as the U.S. Masters Championship host, October, 20-23, 2022!

This valuable opportunity will showcase the Harold Alfond Athletics and Recreation Center's Olympic-sized pool and state-of-the-art facilities, opening the door to attracting more events.

For more information on the Maine Sports Commission, go here.

Maine’s called Vacationland for a reason. We’ve got mountains and rivers. Lakes, fields, forests and 3,500 miles of coastline. You can smell the salt sea in the air and see shooting stars above your head at night. Every corner of the state beckons you outside to enjoy its raw beauty, making Maine a haven for sports.

And for the pros, almost pros, not even close to pros and people who just like to cheer, the countless sporting events that take place here every year are a special treat. They’re a chance for people from away to enjoy, if even for a weekend, the special place we get to take in all year.

Plus with 4 seasons, Maine can host 4 times the types of events. Skiing to sailing, running to rafting, we can be the backdrop for it all. So if you’d like to get in on all Maine has to offer (be it hosting an event, planning, participating or just watching), we at the Maine Sports Commission are here to get you here.

Our Mission

The Maine Sports Commission, a nonprofit organization, works to advance, elevate and promote Maine as a four season sports destination, strengthening the state through sports tourism, encouraging healthy, active lifestyles.

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