Courtney Cameron
( joined the staff at Athletic Business in September of 2016 as the editorial assistant. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and French from the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, where she worked as a group exercise instructor. She enjoys hiking at Devil’s Lake and reading past bedtime.
  • Saturday, June, 01, 2019
    Round-the-Clock Programming for Competition Pools

    Aquatics facility operators are always looking for ways to fill the water during more hours of the day. But for large rectilinear pools, introducing recreational programming isn't always the best way to diversify use. Clovis West High School in Fresno, Calif., which has hosted the California Interscholastic Federation State Swimming & Diving Championships for five consecutive years, has a laser focus on competition aquatics — and still manages to keep the pool in use more than 12 hours a day, six days a week.

  • Tuesday, May, 21, 2019
    Product Spotlight 2019: Gymnasium Products and Indoor Surfaces

    Check out these products as seen in the May 2019 issue.

  • Thursday, May, 16, 2019
    New Product Roundup: Fitness Equipment | Aquatics | Graphics

    Check out the newest products as seen in the May 2019 issue.

  • Tuesday, May, 14, 2019
    NYC's 'Cool Pools' Project Tackles 11 Pools in Two Years

    Renovating just one pool can be a huge undertaking — from narrowing down the available options to getting investors and the community on board to navigating closures while work is done. So it isn't difficult to imagine that committing to a renovation plan aimed at revamping every municipal pool over the course of several years is an impressive undertaking — especially in a city the size of New York, which boasts a staggering roster of 34 outdoor pools, 19 outdoor mini-pools and 12 indoor pools.

  • Monday, May, 06, 2019
    New Projects: Xtream Arena | Regency Mall Aquatics Center | Rector Fieldhouse Renovation

    Breaking Ground

  • Wednesday, May, 01, 2019
    High School Students Protest Treatment of Coaches

    Roughly 200 students from Andover (Mass.) High School walked out of classes on Tuesday in protest of the firing of hockey coach Chris Kuchar, and others.

  • Monday, April, 29, 2019
    Pasco Awaits Legislation for Local Aquatics Facilities

    Voters in Pasco, Wash., are waiting on the outcome of House Bill 1499, a “vote-to-float” measure that would add aquatics facilities to a list allowing districts to build based solely on local approval, according to the Tri-City Herald.

  • Monday, April, 22, 2019
    Aquatics Programming for Fun and Profit

    For those who have staked their careers in the aquatics industry, it comes as no surprise that the majority of an aquatics facility's revenue is generated through two means: learn-to-swim programs and competitive swim teams. These two staples of the aquatics facility landscape are dependable, continuous, low-maintenance — and predictable. Unfortunately, this means that the bulk of a facility's cost-recovery rests on the shoulders of a relatively small population. How can facility managers cater to the needs of their most loyal patrons while driving growth in the simultaneous goals of fun and profit?

  • Monday, April, 22, 2019
    Product Spotlight 2019: Aquatic Components

    Check out these products as seen in the April 2019 issue.

  • Thursday, April, 18, 2019
    New Product Roundup: Security | Aquatics | Technology

    Check out the newest products as seen in the April 2019 issue.