Articles by Braden Keith

Oakville Aquatic Club Coach Dave Judd Dies

Former Oakville Aquatic Club coach Dave Judd died on October 7th after battling a brain tumor. On August 1st, after…

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12-Time Olympic Medalist Natalie Coughlin Gives Birth to First Child

Coughlin and her husband Ethan Hall, a swim coach in California, welcomed their first child on Wednesday.

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China’s Lin Shan Completes Sweep of Girls’ Diving Events at 2018 YOGs

DIVING AT THE 2018 SUMMER YOUTH OLYMPICS October 13th-17th, 2018 Parque Polideportivo Roca, Buenos Aires, Argentina Results After missing out…

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Kristof Rasovsky Wins 2nd-Straight LEN Open Water Swimming Cup

Rasovsky won 4 out of 6 men’s races to take the title, while Italy’s Veronica Santoni took the women’s title even without winning a race.

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Teel Hartmann Steps in as Marshall Interim Head Coach

Teel Hartmann swam at Marshall from 2013-2017 and worked on campus as an IMG representative.

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Wang Jianjiahe Wins Again at Chinese Nationals, This Time in 400 Free

Wang Jianjiahe added a 400 free win to earlier victories in the 100 and 200 freestyle, while the Asian Record holder Li Bingjie finished just 8th.

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Wang Jianjiahe Adds Win in 200 Free at Chinese Nationals

Wang Jianjiahe, who broke the 400 SCM free World Record earlier this month, has won the 100 and 200 free at this week’s Chinese National Championships so far.

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See What Happens at the USA Swimming National Open Water Select Camp

Narrated by head coach John Payne, USA Swimming has published an inside look at just what happens at the USA…

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Fu Yuanhui Wins 50 Back; Ning Zetao Misses 50 Fly Final at Chinese Nat

Fu Yuanhui’s winning time in the 50 back was just .01 seconds slower than her silver medal time from the Asian Games.

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Daniel Restrepo Becomes First Non-Chinese YOGs Diving Champion

China swept the medals at the first two Youth Olympics, but a missed dive by a World Champion opened the door for a Colombian champion.

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Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center Unveils Huge New Scoreboard

The Stanford Cardinal unveiled a new 736-square foot scoreboard on Tuesday for their season-opening sweep of the Utah men and…

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Ben Proud Does Yoga and Pilates to Prevent Shoulder Injuries

American swimmer Michael Andrew interviews British swimmer Ben Proud about what kind of things he does to prevent injuries.

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Colgate Cancels Men’s Swim Meets for Fall Semester over Hazing

The school says the team violated university policies related to “hazing and high-risk alcohol consumption.”

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IOC Renews Refugee Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020 Games

The IOC has announced a renewal of its refugee team for the 2020 Olympic Games: a program that was approved…

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