Articles by Braden Keith

Behind the Scenes with Florida State Seminoles on Training Trip in Boca Raton

Florida State spent their winter training trip in south Florida based out of the St. Andrews School in Boca Raton. Check out a behind-the-scenes look.

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January 15th Meeting to Vote on New Orange County LSC Cancelled

A procedural issue forced Southern California Swimming to cancel the special meeting with an aim to reschedule for February.

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Olympic Gold Medalist Jeff Float Hired to Lead Arden Hills Otters Rec Team

Jeff Float, a 1984 Olympic gold medalist, returns to the club where he trained in his youth alongside legends like Mark Spitz and Debbier Meyer.

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Earthquakes Strike Puerto Rico as NCAA Teams Train on the Island

At least 27 mainland American college teams are on training trips in Puerto Rico this week, including the Harvard women and TCU. Above: Ponce

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Full Entry Lists for 2020 FINA Champions Series Released

71 athletes will compete across 4 days for almost $2 million in prize money at the 2020 FINA Champions Series in China, including 12 races for Katinka Hosszu.

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Southern California Swimming Will Vote on Creation of New Orange County LSC

The split would take clubs like Mission Viejo (above) and Irvine Novaquatics and form a new LSC with 34 clubs and around 7,000 swimmers.

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Olympic Swimmer Jason Dunford and Romantico Release First Album

Jason Dunford, a Commonwealth Games gold medalist in 2010, has released his first musical album that includes features from many well-known African artists.

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2003 Worlds Silver Medalist Kevin Clements Diagnosed with Rare Form of Leukemia

Kevin Clements, pictured above with his family, is a former assistant coach at USC and currently is the head coach at JSerra High School.

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Martin Methodist Will Add Men’s & Women’s NAIA Swimming in 2020

Martin Methodist College in Tennessee has announced the addition of a men’s & women’s varsity swimming program in the fall of 2020.

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Danas Rapsys, Xu Jiayu among Latest FINA Champions Series Invitees

Danas Rapsys, above, touched 1st in the 200 free at the World Championships last summer before being disqualified for a false start.

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12 American Technical Officials for 2020 Olympic Games Named

Denice Wepasnick, the head starter at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, will also work as a starter at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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FINA Announces 10 More Names for 2020 FINA Champions Series

Triple Olympic champion Ryan Murphy is among the latest 10 swimmers announced by FINA for the 2020 Champions Series that begins next week.

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How High School Coaches Can Get in on NCAA Pre-Sale Tickets

After last year’s sellout before tickets were available to the general public, high school coaches can get in early in 2020.

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Sun Yang Will Perform During China’s National TV 2020 New Year’s Celebration

The celebration marked both the new year, as well as the start of a countdown to a decision in an appeal against Sun in front of the CAS.

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FINA Announces First 10 Swimmers Committed to 2020 Champions Series

Katinka Hosszu is one of 10 swimmers who are confirmed to compete at the 2020 FINA Champions Series, which will offer over $1 million per meet.

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