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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Usa Swimming
An independent review of USA Swimming's safe sport program paid for by the national governing body is recommending 39 changes designed to better protect underage athletes from predatory coaches.
USA Swimming commissioned a study conducted by the University of Memphis and released in May that showed 69 percent of black children and 58 percent of Hispanic children either had low or no swimming ability.
DeKendrix Warner was splashing around in the waist-high waters of the Red River with his cousins and friends, trying to escape the oppressive Louisiana heat, when he stepped off a slippery ledge _ and was plunged into water 25-feet deep.
USA Swimming said Tuesday it has a second list of people under suspicion for inappropriate behavior, after already banning 46 coaches and officials for life.