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2015 DIII NCAA Live Updates From Night 3 Finals

The live results for the Division III NCAA Second Night of Finals will begin at 6PM Central. Check in to keep up with what’s up in D3 at the CISD Nat in TX.

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Division III NCAA Championship Photo Vault

Photo vault from Days 1 and 2 at the Division III NCAA Championships in Shenandoah, Texas.

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5 Ways Swimming Competitively Helped Me as an Entrepreneur and CEO

Courtesy of Lisa Falzone, a former varsity swimmer and graduate of Stanford University, who is the co-founder and CEO of iPad point of sale platform Revel Systems.

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2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships – Day 1 Photo Vault

Stanford celebrates their 4×100 medley relay win and Simone Manuel’s historic anchor leg, 45.4!

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Williams Destroys Men’s D3 400 Medley Relay Record

Williams took down the relay once in prelims, and by golly, they were going to do it again in finals.

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2015 DIII NCAA Live Updates From Night 2 Finals

The live results for the Division III NCAA Second Night of Finals will begin at 6PM Central. Check in to keep up with what’s up in D3 at the CISD Nat in TX.

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2015 DIII NCAA Live Updates From Night 1 Finals

The live results for the Division III NCAA First Night of Finals will begin at 6PM Central. Check in to keep up with what’s up in D3 at the CISD Nat in TX.

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NCSA Finals Day 2 – Live Recap – Hirschberger Looks to Break More NAG Records

NATIONAL CLUB SWIMMING ASSOCIATION JUNIOR NATIONALS ORLANDO, Florida – Spring championships are here. And with it, comes the NCSA Spring…

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NCSA Prelims Day 2 Live Recap

NATIONAL CLUB SWIMMING ASSOCIATION JUNIOR NATIONALS ORLANDO, Florida – Spring championships are here. And with it, comes the NCSA Spring…

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NCSA Night 1 Finals – Live Recap

National Club Swimming Association Junior Nationals ORLANDO, Florida – Spring championships are here. And with it, comes the NCSA Spring…

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10 Do’s and Don’ts of your first College Championship

This one goes out to all of our incoming freshman. Congratulations on committing to the school of your dreams! Now here are some tips for your first college championship meet.

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VIDEO: Aringo Photography’s look at the 2014-2015 Texas Longhorns

Andy Ringgold of Aringo Photography put together this compilation of photos highlighting the men of the 2014-2015 Texas Longhorn Swimming & Diving team, a crew that look like the favorites to win the NCAA title next week.

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2015 W. NCAA Picks: Reaney looks to repeat in 200 breast, but tough field has caught up

With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.

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How to Overcome the Triathlon Swimming Training Plateau

Swim training can often feel quite repetitive and it can feel like you are chugging along simply ‘maintaining’ speed and fitness and not actually moving forward.

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The Importance of a Strong Parent / Child Relationship in Swimming

The key to establishing and maintaining a strong parent / child relationship is to love your child regardless of their performance. By providing this unconditional love, you will build the foundation for a strong relationship for many years to come.

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