Five big things we noticed from day three of the World University Games…
USA Swimming National Team member Katie McLaughlin excels in both the classroom and the pool.
Former Irish Olympic coach Ger Doyle has been released from prison after serving four years in prison on sexual assault charges, and this week, he claimed his victims “ruined [his] life.”
“One of the things I love about the Body Issue so much is that it celebrates the bodies that allow us to be successful in our sport. As a sports fan, I love seeing the differences in body types.”
The Northwestern Wildcats have a new assistant coach to go with their new head coach on the women’s side, as Florida Atlantic’s Kyle Berg will make the jump to Evanston, Illinois.
Belarusian swimmer Arseniy Gvozdeu (sometimes anglicised Arsenii Hvazdeu or Hvazdzeu) has been given a four-year doping suspension by the National Andti-Doping Agency of Belarus…
Josh Prenot won gold in the 200 IM tonight, one of three gold medals for the USA on day three of the World University Games.
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Fiona Doyle of Ireland broke her own national record in the 100 breaststroke posting a time of 1:07.15…
Franziska Hentke, the #1 200 butterflier in the world right now, leads the German women’s World Championships roster.
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“On June 22, 2014, the diver Jessica Favre (SUI) was tested positive to the prohibited substance Tuaminoheptane (Class S.6 Specified Stimulants) following a doping control test conducted with the occasion of the Swiss Championships.”
Matt Zimmer, Dolfin VP Sales & Marketing: “This is going to be the biggest year Dolfin has ever had, and we’re fortunate to have such a seasoned sales team leading the charge.”
Notre Dame has jumped into the 2016 recruiting market, nabbing New York’s high school state record-holding sprinter Katie Smith.
Cass Lake (above) was the site of a tragedy on the 4th of July, where a local swim coach was killed after being thrown from a boat.
Lelliott finished second, just behind Frolov, for the silver medal. His time of 7:50.97 will stand as the new English record in the event.