2015 TYR JAX 50 Sprint Dual Challenge: Watch Live

Professional swimmers including Arianna Vanderpoole-Wallace, Madison Kennedy, Hannah Riordan, Katarina Filova, Josh schneider, Felipe Lima, Mark Weber, and Elvis Burrows will all be racing.


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Open Water

Jordan Wilimovsky Repeats As National Champion In The Men’s Open Water 10K

The Open Water National Championships are taking place this weekend in Miromar Lakes, FL off the campus of Florida Gulf Coast…


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Open Water

Becca Mann Wins Women’s 10k Open Water National Championship

The Open Water National Championships are taking place this weekend in Miromar Lakes, FL off the campus of Florida Gulf Coast…


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U.S. Open Water Nationals begin Friday: 3 major national teams to be selected with Olympic ramifications

USA Swimming will host its Open Water National Championships this Friday and Sunday, and the meet will have major impacts on the biggest international meets of the next two years.

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Missy Franklin Subtly Makes First Endorsement As A Professional Swimmer

Following the Women’s NCAA Championships in March, Missy Franklin announced that she was going professional and that she signed with…

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USA Swimming Names Juan Caraveo Sports Diversity & Inclusion Consultant

Longtime coach will increase swimming participation in multicultural populations

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Shouts From The Stands: Why The NCAA Shouldn’t Pay Athletes

SwimSwam welcomes reader submissions about all topics aquatic, and if it’s well-written and well-thought, we might just post it under…

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George Washington University Names James Winchester New Head Coach

Former Utah Utes coach James Winchester has been named the head coach of the swimming and diving program at George…

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Video Interview: Ryan Lochte Is Still Single, Looking For That One

The Charlotte Observer caught up with SwimMAC Team Elite to talk about Ryan Lochte‘s love life. Lochte’s teammates, Cullen Jones and…

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More National

Mark Spitz: “It Is Unfortunate That My Quote Was Misconstrued” Regarding Phelps

Mark Spitz has responded publicly for the first time to an article in Express Sports UK, who reported that Spitz claims that Michael Phelps didn’t actually win the gold medal in the men’s 100 fly at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

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USA Swimming Open Water Nationals Opens Friday in Miromar Lakes

The United States’ top open-water swimmers will take the first step toward securing a spot on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team at this week’s USA Swimming Open Water National Championships at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club in Miromar Lakes, Florida.

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Gregory T. Williams Added to USA Swimming’s Banned List

Former North Carolina club coach Gregory T. Williams has been added to USA Swimming’s public List of Individuals Permanently Suspended…

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Ohio State Running Back Elliott Tops Ledecky, Others for AAU Sullivan Award

Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott topped swimmer Katie Ledecky and 5 other athletes to win the 2015 Sullivan Award,…

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Michael Phelps’ Coach Bob Bowman Considering Coaching At Arizona State

Bob Bowman recently told the AZ Central that he spent some time at Arizona State University on Friday while visiting…

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Hosszu, Dwyer top money-earners from Mesa stop of Arena Pro Swim Series

Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu were the major money-earners at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, each pocketing upwards of $3,000.

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Leverenz, Ledecky, Hosszu trail Beisel by just 3.5 points in Pro Swim Series standings after Mesa

The women’s points race in the Arena Pro Swim Series is heating up with just two stops remaining; in Mesa,…

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2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Mesa: Day 4 Race Videos

Watch all race videos from the final night of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa, including Michael Phelps’ big win in the 100 free.

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