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2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 1 Prelims: Texas sophs Smith, Licon shine in first session

Texas sophomore Will Licon blasted to the top seed in the 200 IM, part of a big morning for the Texas Longhorns.

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Day 1 Ups/Downs: A Strong Morning Gives The Longhorns An Early Advantage

With six A final swims, one B final swim, and three divers that are expected to score on the 1…

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Consistency Is Key: Caeleb Dressel Ties 17-18 NAG Record With Another 18.86

For the second time today, Caeleb Dressel went 18.86 in the 50 freestyle, tying his 17-18 NAG record. The first…

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Caeleb Dressel Breaks 17-18 NAG Record to Open Men’s NCAA DI Championships

Florida’s Caeleb Dressel lowered his 17-18 NAG Record to 18.86 in the very first heat of the 200 freestyle relay to start the 2015 Men’s NCAA D1 Championships.

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Asia

Official: Park’s 3 Years’ Additional Suspension May Not be “Legally Appropriate”

Regarding the latest with South Korean swimmer Park Tae Hwan’s doping suspension, as we reported, there is a subjective domestic…

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Louisville’s Aaron Young Added to NCAA Lineup After Last-Minute Scratch From Princeton Sprinter

Louisville senior Aaron Young has been called-up to the 2015 NCAA Championship meet after the scratch of Princeton senior Harrison Wagner. This will…

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2015 Men’s NCAA Championships Day 1 Prelims: Texas sophs Smith, Licon shine in first session

Texas sophomore Will Licon blasted to the top seed in the 200 IM, part of a big morning for the Texas Longhorns.

  266 CommentsRead More »

Day 1 Ups/Downs: A Strong Morning Gives The Longhorns An Early Advantage

With six A final swims, one B final swim, and three divers that are expected to score on the 1…

  3 CommentsRead More »

Consistency Is Key: Caeleb Dressel Ties 17-18 NAG Record With Another 18.86

For the second time today, Caeleb Dressel went 18.86 in the 50 freestyle, tying his 17-18 NAG record. The first…

  5 CommentsRead More »

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NCAA Officials Overturn NC State’s 200 Free Relay DQ; Stanford Bumped Down, Indiana Bumped Out

After announcing that NC State was disqualified for an early take-off, NCAA officials announced that the call was appealed and…

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Caeleb Dressel Breaks 17-18 NAG Record to Open Men’s NCAA DI Championships

Florida’s Caeleb Dressel lowered his 17-18 NAG Record to 18.86 in the very first heat of the 200 freestyle relay to start the 2015 Men’s NCAA D1 Championships.

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Official: Park’s 3 Years’ Additional Suspension May Not be “Legally Appropriate”

Regarding the latest with South Korean swimmer Park Tae Hwan’s doping suspension, as we reported, there is a subjective domestic…

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Louisville’s Aaron Young Added to NCAA Lineup After Last-Minute Scratch From Princeton Sprinter

Louisville senior Aaron Young has been called-up to the 2015 NCAA Championship meet after the scratch of Princeton senior Harrison Wagner. This will…

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Florida Gators Pump-up Video: It’s Our Time

In this team feature, the Gators say it’s their time; what say you?

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The Kirsty Coventry Academy: A Swimmer’s Mission to Tackle Drowning Prevention in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s most decorated Olympian, Kirsty Coventry, launches her very own swim academy, in the hopes of furthering global drowning prevention.

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The 32 Most Valuable Swimmers at 2015 Men’s NCAA’s: Part III

Cristian Quintero was incredible at Pac 12’s for USC. Where does he fall in our top 10?

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4 Hacks for Faster Prelims Racing

Many swimmers find it harder to race fast in the morning for a number of reasons. Let’s discuss the 4 things you can do to gear up for a clutch morning performance, and ultimately, a dynamite finals session.

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New German Law May Imprison Athletes Guilty of Doping for Up to Three Years

A draft of a more restrictive anti-doping law was approved by German Federal Cabinet today…

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Cielo Ready for an Important Summer and Discusses His Future After Rio

In two separate interviews with SportTV Brazilian superstar Cesar Cielo discussed the path to the 2016 Olympics and his future beyond Rio…

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A Swimming Fan’s Dream Business

Are you a swim fan? Are you an entrepreneur? Well now you can be both. Welcome to SwimLabs, the revolutionary way to blend lessons, aquatic training, and exercise, plus the sale of swim merchandise, all in a easy to maintain, state of the art location.

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IOC Agrees to Continue Providing Facilities at Olympic Museum During Iran Nuclear Talks

Press release courtesy IOC. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today agreed to a second request from the Swiss Government to…

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Washington & Jefferson College Swimming Coach Mike Orstein Lives The Dream

Mike Orstein is no stranger to the world of aquatics, a sport that he has been a part of his entire life. His 447-187-2 record at W&J makes him the most successful swimming and diving coach in the college’s history.

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