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Commonwealth Games Preview – Women’s 200 and 400 freestyle

Jazz Carlin looks to add a gold to her Commonwealth medal collection…

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Commonwealth Games Preview – Women’s Distance Freestyle

Look for New Zealand’s Lauren Boyle to be ready to perform in Glasgow…

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3 Canadians to Watch This Summer

The Canadian Senior National Team are going to be plenty busy this summer. Here are three Canadians to keep an eye on.

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Race Video: Cierra Runge wins 800 Free at the Santa Clara Grand Prix

Cierra Runge dropped 9 seconds to win the women’s 800 freestyle for a new personal best time, 8:26.71.

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Race Video & Interview: Lotte Friis Wins 400 Free at the Santa Clara Grand Prix

Lotte Friis cut four and a half seconds to win her second distance event of the weekend. She won the 1500 freestyle last night and is now the winner of the 400 freestyle with her time of 4:06.83.

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Altitude Training Taking its Toll on Boyle

Lauren Boyle has been battling a sinus and chest infection while training in Sierra Nevada…

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Brittany MacLean Tops Missy Franklin On Night Three Of Mel Zajac International

Noemie Thomas kicked off night three of the Mel Zajac International with a vengeance, winning the 100m fly over rivals…

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Missy Franklin Wins Two On Night Two Of Mel Zajac International

Day two finals at the Mel Zajac International started off with a big win for Missy Franklin. Franklin swam a…

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Day Two Prelims Of Mel Zajac International: Missy Franklin Takes Top Seed In 200 Back

Missy Franklin stole the show in the 200m backstroke throwing down a 2:11.75 to take the top seed over teammate Elizabeth Pelton. Pelton touched in at 2:13.11 to take the second seed. The two Cal teammates really separated themselves from the rest of the field; third seed Melanie Klaren who’s also a Cal swimmer was over two seconds behind Pelton in 2:15.22

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Cal Girls Dominate On Day One of Mel Zajac International

The 50m backstroke was dominated by Cal’s golden girls as Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Pelton took the top three spots.

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RBC Insurance announces multi-year partnership with Swimming Canada

To raise awareness about the importance of swimming as a lifelong skill, Swimming Canada and RBC Insurance announced a new multi-year partnership Tuesday…

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Olympians Tewksbury and McCabe kick off program to teach 70,000 kids to swim

RBC Insurance partners with Swimming Canada to ensure more than 700,000 Canadian children can swim 25 metres to safety.

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Katie Ledecky Crushes Junior World Record in 200 Free at Mesa

Katie Ledecky has set her 2nd Junior World Record, pending ratification, of the Mesa Grand Prix so far.

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SEC Announces 2014 Yearly Award Winners; Cieslak, MacLean Swimmers of the Year

Georgia’s Brittany MacLean has added an SEC Swimmer of the Year honor to her national swimmer of the year honor from the CSCAA.

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2014 Women’s NCAA Championships 5 Big Things #2: How, Exactly, Did Georgia Repeat?

With Harvey Humphries at the helm of the Georgia women’s team at NCAA’s, the Bulldogs repeated as NCAA Champions – but it felt very, very different from their 2014 title. (Featured Image Brittany MacLean)

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