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Andrew Wilson Posts 9th Fastest 100 Breast To Win D3 NCAA Title And Rebreak Record

Andrew Wilson has been on fire this weekend, and this 100 breaststroke record is

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World Record Holder Federica Pellegrini to Retire After Rio

Pellegrini’s 1:52.98 in the 200 meter freestyle from 2009 still stands as the world mark today.

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Coming of Age: Japan’s Holiday Also Marks 2020 Days until Tokyo 2020

Tokyo, Japan – A numerical milestone was recognized yesterday in Japan, as the country’s “Coming of Age” Day was celebrated…

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5 Ways to Relax Before Your Next Big Race

#3 – Search your history of awesome swims for what worked.

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USOC Meets Thursday To Select US Candidate City For The 2024 Olympic Games

Representatives from the USOC will be meeting Thursday, January 8th at the Denver International Airport to consider a U.S. bid…

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Lessons From Legends, Mary T. Meagher

Chuck Warner, the author, is a coach and an old friend. Thoughtful and passionate about the sport, he has studied the details behind what it takes to achieve swimming excellence.

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Event Cap at the Olympic Games Just One of ‘Agenda 2020′ Key Points

A Limit to the Number of Events in the Olympics? A Channel devoted to the Games? Read on, my friends.

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5 Things You Will Take Away From Swimming

Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former national level swimmer based out of Victoria, BC. In feeding his passion for swimming, he…

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Meet the Rio 2016 Mascots

Meet the two yet-to-be-named colorful representatives of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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10 Things You Only See at a Para Swim Meet

Paralympic swimmers have the same objective as any other swimmer: to get to the wall first. But there are also some very exclusive things you won’t see at any other type of swim competition…

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Six Bidders for 2018 and 2020 Short Course World Championship to Meet with FINA Next Week

Update: a previous version of the article didn’t include the two ‘host countries’ who have not named cities. According to…

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IOC Announces Open Water, Diving, Polo, Synchro Qualifying Systems for 2016 Olympics

The open water qualification system for the 2016 Olympics is unchanged from 2012.

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IOC To Rio: Total Focus and Dedication Required, Every Second Counts

The IOC released a statement urging the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee that every second counts after their sixth visit to Rio de Janeiro to monitor the host cities’ progress.

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Paralympic Medals to Include Event Names in Braille

Pictured are the 2014 Sochi medals, which will feature braille for the Paralympic athletes.

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FINIS Lands New Zealand Open Water Swim Star Kane Radford

Radford is arguably one of the most exciting young swimmers to watch race in the sport of open water. He was selected for the Men’s 10k in the 2012 Olympics but did not meet the qualification standards of his federation to be sent to the Games.

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