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Park Fails Doping Test; Agency Blames Doctor

As reported by both NBC Olympics and Yonhap News, South Korean Olympic swimmer Park Tae-hwan has failed a doping test,…

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Sun Yang Eyeing Thailand as China Weighs Possible Gold Coast Protest

Sun Yang is no longer welcome in the Gold Coast training facility he has been rather secretly training in recently; could Thailand be next?

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Industry

Water is the Most Powerful Force on Earth

Stay tuned for a special announcement from Dolfin Swimwear on Thursday January 29th.

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6 Reasons You Will Learn to Love Your Early AM Practices

Early AM swim practices, while nearly universally loathed, are also a proving ground that separates the elite from the rest. Here are 6 reasons to learn to love early AM practices.

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BYU Men, Women Split with Denver

Jake Taylor’s triple set of wins helped push the BYU Cougars to a 158-142 victory over the University of Denver Saturday.

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College

College of Charleston Men, Women Split Final Home Meet with Gardner-Webb

CofC hosted their last home meet over the weekend. The men defeated Gardner-Webb in the two-day contest, 242-99; the women lost a close battle, 198-146.

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Park Fails Doping Test; Agency Blames Doctor

As reported by both NBC Olympics and Yonhap News, South Korean Olympic swimmer Park Tae-hwan has failed a doping test,…

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Sun Yang Eyeing Thailand as China Weighs Possible Gold Coast Protest

Sun Yang is no longer welcome in the Gold Coast training facility he has been rather secretly training in recently; could Thailand be next?

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6 Reasons You Will Learn to Love Your Early AM Practices

Early AM swim practices, while nearly universally loathed, are also a proving ground that separates the elite from the rest. Here are 6 reasons to learn to love early AM practices.

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BYU Men, Women Split with Denver

Jake Taylor’s triple set of wins helped push the BYU Cougars to a 158-142 victory over the University of Denver Saturday.

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College of Charleston Men, Women Split Final Home Meet with Gardner-Webb

CofC hosted their last home meet over the weekend. The men defeated Gardner-Webb in the two-day contest, 242-99; the women lost a close battle, 198-146.

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14-Time All-American Maddy Schaefer “No Longer Swimming For Stanford”

14-Time NCAA All-American Maddy Schaefer is no longer swimming for Stanford.

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Nike Swim

2nd Annual Crippen Cup 10k Trying To Make a Statement About UAE Hosting

The 2nd annual Crippen 10km International Cup has a special mission: to give open water swimmers a domestic alternative to the UAE open water World Cup stop in the UAE.

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VA Tech Takes Down Georgia Tech, UNCW and Miami (FL) in Triple Dual

Virginia Tech’s Jessica Hespeler’s 200y and 500y freestyle wins helped lead the Hokie assault on UNCW, Georgia Tech and Miami (FL) yesterday, while the VA Tech men also dominated.

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Marshall Women Travel to Duquesne, Leave With Three Pool Records

Duquesne had a 5-meet win streak snapped, but did honor their seniors (pictured above) on Saturday against Marshall.

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Michigan Women Hand Ohio State Their First B1G Loss on Senior Day in Ann Arbor

Michgan women defeated Ohio State at home for the ninth consecutive time on Saturday. The Wolverines won 12 of 16 events and racked up a score of 190-110.

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Edwards, Luther win four apiece as Austin Westlake rolls through Texas HS Districts

The Westlake girls keyed on their talented underclassmen, with sophomore Victoria Edwards and freshman Dakota Luther each going 4-for-4 on wins.

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Hosszu and O’Connor Battle at Flanders Cup

On the final night of competition in Antwerp two heavy weights went head to head in the women’s 200 IM…

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Louisville Men Prevail, Women Squeeze Out Win over Kentucky Wildcats

Kelsi Worrell scorched a 48.22 split in the final 400y freestyle relay event to help give the Louisville women a final push in their win over in-state rival Kentucky.

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Koch, Wenk and Verrasztos Clean Up in Uster

Germans Marco Koch, Alexandra Wenk and Hungarians David and Evelyn Verraszto all took home multiple gold from the International Meeting of Uster…

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