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7 Ways to Develop a Killer Pre-Race Routine to Swim Out of Your Mind

Ready to build a delightfully awesome pre-race routine to help you swim at your maximum at your next big meet? Start here.

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New Zealand and Oceania

Swimming New Zealand Looks to Overhaul Competitive Pathway

Swimming New Zealand is looking at making significant changes to the their development system…

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Junior College

MCC’s Miler breaks up Indian River sweep, but IRSC’s Caraballo breaks record on night 2 of JuCo Nationals

Monroe Community College broke up a perfect event sweep for Indian River on night 2 of the NJCAA (Junior College) National Championships, but Indian River did take down a national record.

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News

Allison Schmitt goes 4:32.08 in 500 free to top day 1 finals at American Short Course Championships

Schmitt moves to #5 all-time in the event with a new lifetime-best, displacing last year’s NCAA champ Brittany MacLean.

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Pac-12

2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships: Day 2 Team Scoring Analysis

Dave Nolan led the Cardinal’s charge tonight, maintaining its lead after the second night of Finals. But, the Cal Bears captured some big point gains for themselves as well, inching them closer and closer to the top of the team standings.

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Pac-12

5 Big Things from Day 2 of the 2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships

Dave Nolan from Stanford was tonight’s big winner, cranking out a new American, U.S. Open and NCAA record in his 200 IM performance.

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7 Ways to Develop a Killer Pre-Race Routine to Swim Out of Your Mind

Ready to build a delightfully awesome pre-race routine to help you swim at your maximum at your next big meet? Start here.

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Swimming New Zealand Looks to Overhaul Competitive Pathway

Swimming New Zealand is looking at making significant changes to the their development system…

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MCC’s Miler breaks up Indian River sweep, but IRSC’s Caraballo breaks record on night 2 of JuCo Nationals

Monroe Community College broke up a perfect event sweep for Indian River on night 2 of the NJCAA (Junior College) National Championships, but Indian River did take down a national record.

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Finis

Allison Schmitt goes 4:32.08 in 500 free to top day 1 finals at American Short Course Championships

Schmitt moves to #5 all-time in the event with a new lifetime-best, displacing last year’s NCAA champ Brittany MacLean.

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2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships: Day 2 Team Scoring Analysis

Dave Nolan led the Cardinal’s charge tonight, maintaining its lead after the second night of Finals. But, the Cal Bears captured some big point gains for themselves as well, inching them closer and closer to the top of the team standings.

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5 Big Things from Day 2 of the 2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships

Dave Nolan from Stanford was tonight’s big winner, cranking out a new American, U.S. Open and NCAA record in his 200 IM performance.

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2015 Men’s Pac-12 Championships: Day 2 Finals Real-Time Recap

Congratulations to Stanford’s David Nolan, the new American record holder and U.S. Open record holder in the men’s 200 IM (1:40.07).

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David Nolan Breaks NCAA, American, and U.S. Open Records in 200 Yard IM at Pac-12’s

Stanford senior David Nolan swam the fastest 200 yard IM in history on Thursday at the 2015 Pac-12 Championships.

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Night Two of MAC Championships- Two Meet Records Broken but Diving Depth Pushes EMU into the Lead

After a close night of swimming competitio, diving proves to be the difference maker in team standings for EMU

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Paddock Evacuator

Australia’s Grant Hackett Returns to Competition at Queensland Meet March 14-15th

Grant Hackett is set to compete at Queensland’s “Medal Shots Long Course Qualifying Meet” March 14th & 15th at the Brisbane Aquatic Center.

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Seven Swimmers Among Isle of Man Scholarship Recipients

The Isle of Man has awarded 7 swimmers financial scholarships for the 2015-2016 season.

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2015 NAIA National Championships – Men – Day One Up/Down

Joel Ax (SCAD) and Dalton Baxter (Union College) both qualified for the championship final of the 500 free at 2015 NAIA Nationals. Defending champion Ax posted the morning’s top time.

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Swim Capz

2015 Women’s NCAA Picks: The Best Women’s 1650 Field in Years

She is currently the top ranked NCAA swimmer in both the 500 and 1650, and second in the nation in those events behind only Katie Ledecky. She swam a 4:31.90 and a 15:40.17 at the PAC 12 Championships, setting a new NCAA record in the 500 and a PAC 12 meet record in the 1650.

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San Antonio’s Northside Swim Center Selected as Site of US Olympic Team’s Domestic Staging Camp

USA Swimming has just announced that the site of the 2016 Olympic team’s domestic training camp will be the Northside…

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2015 NAIA National Championships – Women – Day One Up/Down

Charlotte Parent of Cumberlands is the top qualifier in the 200 IM for Day One finals at 2015 NAIA National Championships.

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2015 Men’s Pac 12 Champs: Day 1 Up/Mid/Down Analysis — Stanford to Build on Lead

Dave Nolan will lead five Stanford swimmers in total in the A final of the 200 IM, a BIG push for the Cardinal as they try to maintain their lead.

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