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5 Things Every Tall Swimmer Hears

6-time Olympic medalist Matt Grevers, aka The Gentle Giant, is 6 feet 9 inches tall.

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Shouts from the Stands: How math can cure the “Back of the Lane Blues”

Piranhas Swim Club coach Jay Smith shares some math tips to help your swimmers get the most out of your practices.

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Dolfin Launches Titanium Speed Suit – Photo Vault

Built into 4 stages, Titanium’s integrated system provides leading fused fabric compression, streamline support, and lowers the overall drag coefficient.

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13 Perks of Being A Swimmer

Swimming is undeniably a tough sport, but we have perks, lots of them. Here are thirteen.

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It’s a Dawg Party Again: CSCAA NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings

It’s a dawg party again, at least it is according to the CSCAA’s voting committee. The 2014 NCAA Champions top the rankings January 29th, 2015.

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Get Vivid and Be Fierce with New Goggles from Kiefer

Gear up for competition with our all new Kiefer Fierce Swim Goggles. This low profile goggle fits securely to the eye socket with its hydrodynamic anti-drag design.

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SwimOutlet.com Renews as Presenting Sponsor of the Fitter & Faster Swim Tour

SwimOutlet.com, the web’s most popular swim shop, has renewed its long-standing partnership with the Fitter & Faster Swim Tour Presented by SwimOutlet.com.

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Missouri State Swimming and Diving head to Notre Dame for Shamrock Invitational

The Missouri State men’s swimming and diving team heads to Notre Dame, Ind., for its final regular-season meet of the season at the Shamrock Invitational beginning at 4 p.m. CST Friday, Jan. 30, at Rolfs Aquatic Center.

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Why Coupling Motions Boost Distance Per Stroke

Have you ever noticed that leaner men or women often swim faster than bigger, stronger men or women?

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Blueseventy Boosts Sponsored Swimmer Roster with Stephanie Peacock, Arlene Semeco and Sean Mahoney

Stephanie Peacock, Arlene Semeco and Sean Mahoney are new members of team blueseventy and will race in nero swimwear this season as they prepare for major competitions, including World and national championships.

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3 Steps To Finding a Job When You Are a Swimmer

“I believe swimmers should have an advantage when looking for a job… Here are my top 3 suggestions to swimmers who may be entering the workforce or looking for a better opportunity.”

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Mental Health: How to be proactive in helping others

When it comes to mental illness, it can be difficult to help someone struggling when there is no visible injury.

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