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Speedo LZR X Launches In The United States Tomorrow

Sports Marketing Coordinator Jennifer Darling spoke with Swimswam earlier this week about the launch of the new Speedo LZR X.

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Meghan Small Clocks 3rd-Fastest 15-16 200y Backstroke of All Time on Night 2 of YMCA Nationals

Meghan Small crushed a 1:51.74 to take the women’s 200y backstroke at tonight’s YMCA Nationals at Greensboro Aquatic Center.

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More Glimpses of Michael Phelps’ New Aqua Sphere Line Released

Yesterday, Michael Phelps fans everywhere anticipating the official arrival of his Aqua Sphere product line were treated to another taste…

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High Tech Narwhal Swim Cap Engineered to Improve Performance

Is USA Swimming’s SwimToday campaign getting a jump on April Fools? You be the judge.

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5 things backstrokers must do

World Championships siliver medalist David Plummer offers his advice to backstrokers. How many of you actually do “point five” on a regular basis?

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Family, friends, swim teams rally around Air Force’s Hailey Lane after heart attack

A number of college swim teams have joined a growing social media campaign supporting Air Force cadet Hailey Lane after the 19-year-old suffered a major heart attack last week.

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Belmonte Records World’s Second Fastest 400 Freestyle at Spanish Championships

Mireia Belmonte took the women’s 400 freestyle at the Spanish National Championships in a time of 4:04.99…

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Video Interview: Ryan Cochrane Gearing Up To Make What Could Be His Last World Championships Team

Cochrane is swimming both the 400 and 1500 freestyles at Canadian trials this week in an attempt to grab a spot on the World Championship roster.

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2015 French Long Course Nationals in Limoges: Women Outshine Men on Day One

French butterflier Marie Wattel, from Olympic Nice Natation, won the 100 fly with 58.35.

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Search is on for New Arizona State University Head Coach After Dorsey Tierney-Walker’s Dismissal

The Arizona Sun Devils have announced that the team will not be retaining head swimming coach Dorsey Tierney-Walker for the…

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Blueseventy Swim of the Week: Nolan hits a new career-defining number in final collegiate 200 IM

Disclaimer: BlueSeventy Swim of the Week is not meant to be a conclusive selection of the best overall swim of…

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Michigan’s Dylan Bosch Named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year

Though he wasn’t able to defend his 200 fly national title, Michigan junior Dylan Bosch was named the conference’s Swimmer of the Year, and his coach Mike Bottom earned swimming Coach of the Year honors.

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Ottesen Records World’s Second Fastest 100 Butterfly at the Danish Open

Jeanette Ottesen took the 100 butterfly at the Danish Open in a time of 57.23…

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Ben Rayner Resigns from Assistant Position at Ohio University

Ohio University assistant women’s swimming coach Ben Rayner has resigned his position and will leave swimming to pursue a career in…

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Vote: Which Record Breaking Performance From The NCAA Championships Was The Most Impressive?

Team SwimSwam has been debating about who had the most impressive swim, but we have not been able to come to a consensus.

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Video Interview: Hilary Caldwell – Once You’re On The Team In The 200 Back You’re Competitive In The World

Hilary Caldwell broke onto the international scene in the 200 backstroke in 2013 where she won the bronze medal at the World Championships in Barcelona, and this week she’ll be fighting for a spot on the 2015 World Championship roster.

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Texas Longhorns Swimming & Diving Lights the Tower following NCAA Championships (VIDEO FEATURE)

Deep in the heart of Texas Eddie Reese has been coaching the Longhorns since 1978, churning out world-class athletes and creating a historic program which resulted this weekend in tying him as the winningest coach in college swimming.

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