Articles by Braden Keith

Clayton Conklin, Son of an Aggie Football Player, Commits to Texas A&M

Texas A&M legacy Clayton Conklin from League City, Texas has committed to swim for the Aggies beginning in the fall of 2021.

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Cal Poly Promotes Phil Yoshida to Interim Head Coach During Coaching Search

Phil Yoshida (2nd from left) has served as an assistant with the Cal Poly swimming & diving program during the tenure of 2 different head coaches.


2021 World Games Postponed to 2022 to Accommodate Olympic Move

The World Games, which includes finswimming competition, have been moved to 2022 after the Tokyo Olympics jumped to 2021.


April Fools: FINA Votes for Dramatic Post-Olympic Changes to Breaststroke

FINA says that the changes will make the stroke more accessible to fans and increase the speed, and therefore excitement, of races.


Olympic Gold Medalist Bruce Furniss Hopsitalized After “Major Heart Attack”

Bruce Furniss (left) and his older brother Steve in 1976. Bruce was put in a medically-induced coma Sunday after suffering a major heart attack.


Swimmer Lorenzo Zazzeri Creates Iconic Coronavirus Image

A self-taught artist, international-level swimmer Lorenzo Zazzeri has created an image that captures the face of a nation battling the coronavirus.


Growth During Quarantine with University of Lynchburg Swimming

While most of the world has ground to a halt, the University of Lynchburg swimming is using the opportunity to find growth.

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Brendan Hansen, Olga Dorfner Nominated for Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame

3-time Olympic gold medalist Brendan Hansen (above) and early 20th-century World Record breaker Olga Dorfner were among 37 nominees for the class of 2020.

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Epic Swims: The Greatest Relay Finish You’ll Never See

The pool in Eindhoven, Netherlands has seen a lot of great swims. One of its best swims, however, was so unbelievable that the cameras missed it altogether.


IOC Delays All Remaining Olympic Test Events Beginning in April 2020

The Tokyo Aquatics Centre will hold 15,000 spectators when the games begin in July of 2021…………………………

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #11

Today’s dryland workout is all about the glutes……………………………………………………………….

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AAC Record Breaker Kristen Stege Transferring to Tennessee

After a legendary breakout meet at the AAC Championships for East Carolina, Stege will transfer to the University of Tennessee next season.


World University Games Delayed 2 Days to Avoid Olympic Conflict

The 2021 Summer Universiade (World University Games) will shift its schedule by 2 days after the dates for the Tokyo Olympics were announced.


Pac-12 Points Caliber Butterflier Emilio Perez Commits to Arizona State

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #10

Today’s workout will focus on the triceps and everything that accompanies them.

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