Articles by Braden Keith

Bruno Fratus Returns to Training 3 Months After Shoulder Surgery

Brazilian Olympic medalist Bruno Fratus returned to the water this week three months after undergoing a third shoulder surgery.

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Florida High School State Championships Postponed by Hurricane Nicole

Hurricane Nicole made landfall about 30 miles north of where the Florida 1A State Championship meet was scheduled to begin on Thursday in Stuart, Florida.

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The ISL Must See the Opportunity this Reset Has Presented

The International Swimming League is not in a good place right now. But in this void, there is an opportunity to rebuild the fire in a more sustainable way.

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7-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Caeleb Dressel Spotted in Medical Shoe at Promo Event

Appearing at a promotional event at an NFL game on Sunday, superstar swimmer Caeleb Dressel was wearing a medical shoe and using crutches.

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Two-Time British Olympian Molly Renshaw Retires from Swimming

26-year old Molly Renshaw has retired from competitive swimming, less than two years after breaking three British Records.

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Cody Simpson Nominated for GQ Australia Sportsman of the Year

A Pop star-turned-Commonwealth Games gold medalist, Cody Simpson has been nominated for a prestigious men’s lifestyle magazine award in Australia.

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Noe Ponti Wins 2 More, American Women Take 3 Titles at Bolzano Day 2

Kendyl Stewart hadn’t raced in two years before winning a pair of races and the women’s overall butterfly title this weekend in northern Italy.

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Noe Ponti Breaks a Meet Record, Swims 2 Personal Bests on Day 1 in Bolzano

Swiss swimmer Noe Ponti crushed his personal best in the 100 meter free, while American Kendyl Stewart swam her first race on record in two years.

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Lorenzo Mora Breaks His 2nd Italian Record in 2 Days at Nico Sapio

After negative-splitting his way to an Italian Record in the 200 back on Friday, Lorenzo Mora took out the 100 back record on Saturday.

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North Carolina Hires Team Elite Coach Javier Sossa as New Assistant

Javier Sossa, who has spent the last three years working with the pro group Team Elite Aquatics in California, has re-entered the college coaching ranks.

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S. Illinois Hires Alumni Laura Carver to Fill Newly-Created Coaching Position

At the end of the 2018-2019 season, Southern Illinois had just one full-time swimming assistant. Carver’s hire means the program now has three.

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Charlotte Bonnet Misses French Record by .02 at French Championships

Charlotte Bonnet missed the French Record in the 200 IM by a hair in her second swim of the day, while Mary Moluh continued to crush age-group standards.

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How to Watch the 2022 FINA World Cup Series in Indianapolis

Kyle Chalmers and the rest of a star-studded field kick off racing on Thursday morning in Indianapolis, Indiana at the IU Natatorium.

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D3 Title Contender Avery Clapp Has a Torn ACL, Still Swam a Best Time Last Week

Johns Hopkins freshman Avery Clapp, one of the best D3 recruits ever, swam a new best time last weekend – in spite of having a torn ACL.

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What Happens to David Marsh if Teri McKeever Is Reinstated at Cal?

Last season, David Marsh (left) worked with the Cal men’s team. This year, his focus is on the Cal women. His contract reveals what happens if…

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