The Powerlist

New NAG Record, Sub-46 Split for Simone Manuel

Manuel improves her own 50y freestyle NAG record and also throws down the fastest relay split in history during yesterday’s Art Adamson Invitational

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5 Life Lessons You Will Get From Swimming

There is so much more to the sport of swimming than best times and endless morning workouts with your best friends. Here are 5 life lessons you’ll pick up during your swimming career.

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Watch McBroom go 17:49 in a 2000 Freestyle – Gold Medal Minute presented by SwimOutlet.com

In this 2000 free for time, you want to see McBroom’s 1000 and 1650 splits. Considering this is a practice test swim, you’re going to be blown away.

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Minneapolis Grand Prix Day 1 Finals Photo Vault

The action was back on tonight in Minneapolis for the finals of the 2014 Arena Grand Prix Minneapolis. Loads of…

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Dressel And Gators Dominate Thursday’s Finals At Georgia Tech Invitational

The Florida Gators dominated the first night of the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational at the GT Aquatic Center in Atlanta…

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San Diego State, UC Santa Barbara Winning Big After Day One of the A3 Performance Invitational

The San Diego State women and UCSB men are up big through day one of the A3 Performance Invitational, which features some strong teams from California and other western states.

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11 Things You Shouldn’t Say To A Competitive Swimmer

Swimmers understand that non-swimmers are going to be full of questions about the sport. Let’s be honest, though, there are some questions that you just shouldn’t ask. Here are 11 of them…

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First-Class Midshipmen Receive Service Selections at Nike Cup

The seniors of Navy’s women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams received their service selections during Thursday night’s finals session of Nike Cup.

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Three Mizzou Relays Punch NCAA Tickets on Day 1 of Mizzou Invite

Three Mizzou relays swam NCAA qualifying times on day one of the Mizzou Invitational. Action resumes Friday.

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Alec Lezcano, 6’7” Sprinter out of Arizona, Signs NLI with Tennessee

Desert Thunder Aquatics Club’s Alec Lezcano has committed to the University of Tennessee Volunteers for 2015-16.

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2 More Records Fall on Final Night of CAC Games

Pinto, Pinzon, Gonzalez, Claverie, Vanderpool-Wallace, and Bovell collect gold as the swim competition of CAC Games comes to a close

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Tennessee Wins Nine Events, But The NC State Men and UNC Women Are In the Hunt

With plenty of speed at the top, the Tennessee Men and Women are winning through the first day of the 2014 Nike Cup Invitational.

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Stanford, Texas A&M Impress at Art Adamson Invitational

Stanford and Texas A&M were the clear superpowers on Day 1 of the Art Adamson Invitational, highlighted by Simone Manuel’s INSANE freestyle times.

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Amid Darkness, an NCAA Division I University Reinstate Men’s and Women’s Swimming

Monmouth University will reinstate men’s and women’s NCAA Division I swimming programs in the fall of 2015 the school announced…

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Gkolomeev Swims NCAA “A” Cut in First Finals Session of H2Okie Invitational

Kristian Gkolomeev continues to impress out of Tuscaloosa by becoming the first male swimmer this season to earn an NCAA Automatic Qualification in the 50 free.

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