Articles by Braden Keith

Duncan Scott Breaks Scottish Record in 100 Fly

Duncan Scott placed 2nd in the final in a new Scottish Record.

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American Mallory Comerford Breaks Brazil Trophy Record in 100 Free

Mallory Comerford broke the Brazil Championships Meet Record previously held by Olympic champion Jeanette Ottesen.


Civil Lawsuit Filed Against Pacific Swimming LSC, Stockton Swim Club

The suit was filed by Bob Allard on behalf of a 13-year old Jane Doe, who alleges that she was the victim of grooming and sexual abuse by her swim coach.


Another Timing Malfunction in Glasgow Leads to Results Adjustments

The adjustments seem to have been caused by the same configuration issue that impacted last summer’s European Championships.


14-Year Old Whittle Swims 50.3; 16-Year Old Richards Swims 49.9 in 100 Free

No timing errors in this one: the Brits have perhaps the world’s best young sprint duo.


Cooper Concepts Releases Statement on Madisyn Cox Lawsuit

Cooper says that they still have not received suit in the case which was filed in Travis County Court on Monday.


Former Arizona State Swimmer Stephen Estes 1 of 2 Killed in Helicopter Crash

Estes (right) was the 2008 Arizona High School 5A State Champion in the 100 yard breaststroke.


#2 Qualifier James Wilby Scratches 50 Breast Final in Britain

After a runner-up finish in the 100 breaststroke, James Wilby has withdrawn from the 50 breast final.

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Saline Swim Team Hires Derick Roe as Co-Head Coach

Press release courtesy Saline Swim Team. Saline Swim Team (SST-MI) has announced the hire of Eastern Michigan University (EMU) sprint…

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Jason Dunford is Back on the Mic with a Feature in “Baila Baila”

Jason Dunford, Kenya’s flag-bearer at the 2012 Olympic Games, has reassumed his musical persona Samaki Mkuu for a feature on a track with Kenya’s “King of Genge,” Jua Cali.

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13 German Swimmers Have Achieved Qualifying Times for World Championships

There are still 2 weeks remaining in the qualifying period set by the German Swimming Federation. Above: 2017 World Championship silver medalist Franziska Hentke.

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Former Santa Clara Swim Club Coach John Bitter Charged with 4 Felonies

John Bitter, the former head coach of the Santa Clara Swim Club, has been charged with 4 felonies in California.


1956 U.S. Olympic Team Coach Stan Tinkham Dies at 87

Tinkham was the head women’s coach of the U.S. Olympic swimming team in Melbourne in 1956 – when he was only 24-years old.


After Disappointing Championship, Spain Removes Technical Director of Swimming Albert Tubella

Mireia Belmonte’s coach Fred Vergnoux will take over National Team duties until the end of the season.

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Gabriel Castaño Breaks Mexican Record in 50 Free by Over 4-Tenths

Jorge Iga (above) and Gabriel Castaño each broke Mexican National Records at the Arena Grand Prix this weekend in Tijuana.


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