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Martha McCabe Moving Back To Vancouver Centre For Olympic Year

World championship medallist and Olympic finallist Martha McCabe will be rejoining world-renowned breaststroke coach Jozsef Nagy in Vancouver. McCabe has…

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Miki Uchida shaves .01 off Japanese 50 free record at Intercollege Championships

For the second year in a row, Miki Uchida has set a Japanese record in the 50 free at the Intercollegiate Championships.

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Scotland’s Robbie Renwick Relishing His New Surroundings

Scotland’s Robbie Renwick is riding a renewed wave of success since moving to his new training base of Stirling University.

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CIS Selects Graham Brown as New CEO

Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS), the national governing body for collegiate athletics in Canada, has named Graham Brown as its new CEO. Brown…

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Breaststrokers Are Leading British Swimming To New Heights

The British program is rebounding better than anyone would have expected after winning only three medals at the 2012 Olympic…

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Schedule drops, pre-sale tickets open for 2016 European Championships

The 2016 European Championships are still 8 months away, but the event schedule has been released, and pre-sale tickets go on sale next week.

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Larkin, Campbell Among Australian Stars up for Swimmer of the Year Awards

The stars of the pool will parade down the blue carpet from 2pm at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre as they celebrate 2015 and a year to remember just 12 months out from the Olympics.

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Libby Trickett Gives Birth to Her First Child

Two years into her retirement, Australian swimming great Libby Trickett gave birth to a baby daughter on Monday.

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Vietnamese Record Holder Phuoc Regrets Inconsistent Training Program

Hoang Quy Phuoc told a Vietnamese newspaper that he would have been able to be more successful in the pool if he had used a more consistent training regiment.

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South Africa announces Raia Rapida roster, led by Roland Schoeman

The final team has announced its roster for the Raia Rapida format meet in Brazil, with South Africa tabbing Roland Schoeman & co. for its four-person team.

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World Champion Wilimovsky Headlines The RCP Tiburon Mile

10km Open Water World Champion Jordan Wilimovsky stars with Ashley Twichell, Alex Meyer, Keri-anne Payne and many more Olympians and elites at the 2015 RCP Tiburon Mile.

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LA 2024 Reveals ‘Games Concept’

The organizers behind the city of Los Angeles’ bid for the 2024 Olympic Games has provided information on what is…

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Germany raises nomination criteria for ‘A Squad’ drastically

According to the German Swimming Federation, the standards for swimmers to make the nation’s top elite team will be more difficult in the coming year thanks to the DOSB, the German Olympic Sports Federation.

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Oran, Algeria Named Host of 2021 Mediterranean Games

The city of Oran, Algeria, has been chosen to host the 2021 Mediterranean Games. The North African city was elected…

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Para-Swimming: IPC Changes Classification Rules & Procedures

Tom Miazga, a star of the U.S. Paralympics Team, helps walk us through the changes.

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Official Language of FINA’s New Underwater Interpretation as of Junior Worlds

A written interpretation of the rule was distributed to officials at last week’s FINA World Junior Championships, giving some insights into what the exact language of the new interpretation will look like when it is submitted later this year.

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Durban, South Africa Awarded First Commonwealth Games In Africa

“This is the first time that Africa will host the Commonwealth Games and will position South Africa as a sport tourism destination and also provide opportunities for Team South Africa.”

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