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Indian Swimmer Mired in Controversy Skips 50 Breaststroke at Commonwealth Games

Indian swimmer Pryanka Priyardshni, the National Record holder in the women’s 50 breaststroke, was a no-show on Thursday morning at the…

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Park Tae Hwan Wins One More for Good Measure, Tops 400 IM to Close South Korean Nationals

South Korean swimmer Park Tae Hwan has won his 5th individual event, and 6th overall, on the final day of the…

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An Se Hyeon Breaks South Korean Record in Women’s 100 Fly on Day 5 of National Championships

Sunday was a day of rest for Korean swimming superstar Park Tae-Hwan, which left the country’s butterfliers to steal the show…

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Park Tae Hwan Makes it Four Victories in Four Days at 2014 South Korean Nationals

Park Tae Hwan has won his fourth race in four days at the 2014 South Korean National Championships.

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Pakistan Sending 9 Swimmers, 2 Coaches to 2014 Commonwealth Games

The Pakistan Olympic Association has finalized a 62-member contingent for the 2014 Commonwealth Games that begin next week in Glasgow,…

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Park Wins 400 Free for 3rd South Korean Title; Scratches 1500 For Later in Meet

On the 3rd day of the 2014 South Korean National Championships, Park Tae Hwan took his 3rd win, and in the process…

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Park Breaks National 200 IM Record, Misses Two-Minute Barrier at South Korean Nationals

South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan is now the National Record holder in the 100 free, the 200 free, the 400 free,…

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Park Tae Hwan Swims World-Leader in 200 Free to Start Korean Nationals

Park Tae Hwan swam the world’s best 200 free to start South Korean Nationals.

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Park Tae-hwan to swim IM events at Korean Trials, hopes for Asian games bids

Olympic gold medal-winning freestyler Park Tae-Hwan is looking to expand his repertoire. The Korea Herald report that Park will enter the 200 and 400 IMs at next week’s Korean national team trials, with the hope of making the country’s Asian Games roster in those races.

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NJCAA Champs Indian River brings in recruiting class featuring South Africans Lovemore, Emslie, Malaysia’s Ling

Defending Junior College national champs Indian River State College has added some accomplished internationals to its roster for the upcoming season.

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Kitajima Not Ready To Retire

Despite disappointing performances at the Japan Open Olympic legend Kosuke Kitajima told the media at the competition that this wasn’t the end of his career…

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Vien Nguyen Shines at 2nd SEA Swimming Champs

Vien Thi Anh Nguyen, who swims for St. Augustine Swim Team in Florida but represents Vietnam internationally, was the star of the 2nd Southeast Asia Swimming Championships

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Japan more than doubles Pan Pacs/Asian Games rosters after Japan Open

25 more swimmers jumped onto the Pan Pacs team after the Japan Open, while 17 more made the Asian Games roster.

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Malaysia Selects 12 Swimmers for 2014 Commonwealth Games

The Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia (ASUM) has selected 12 swimmers for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, according to local news…

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Koseki Goes #2-Ranked 200 Breaststroke to Close Japan Open

The final day of the 2014 Japan Open was a little bit of a redemption day for at least one…

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