Articles by Jared Anderson

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Shaine Casas Goes 1:38.9 in 200 IM

Shaine Casas is one of three men who have ever broken 1:39 in the 200-yard IM. He’s also one of just three men to break 1:40 multiple times.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 47% Like ISL’s Experimental 800 Free Format

Almost half of voters considered the experimental 800 free a “great addition” to the ISL’s event lineup, with 31% worrying about the complexity of scoring.

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Ultra Swim Swimmer of the Month: Caeleb Dressel, Cali Condors

Caeleb Dressel broke four world records in the month of November, including three in the ISL finale, leading his Cali Condors to the league title.

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Competitor Coach of the Month: Jack Bauerle, Georgia

The Georgia Bulldogs had great showings at their fall invitational, while several Georgia-based pros stood out in the ISL taking place in Hungary.

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Swimming South Africa Officials Investigated For Handling of Abuse Complaint

An advocacy group triggered a police investigation of Swimming South Africa officials accused of failing to bring sex abuse allegations to the authorities.

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Top 5 Swimmers In Each Event For The Entire 2020 ISL Season

It’s time for one last look back at the top 5 swimmers in the International Swimming League in each event across the course of the 2020 season.

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12-Year-Old Gavin Tran Goes 2:11.6 in 200y Breast, #8 All-Time in 11-12 Ranks

12-year-old Gavin Tran went 2:11.64 in the 200-yard breaststroke, breaking into the top 10 all-time in USA Swimming’s 11-12 ranks.

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Save Hawkeye Sports Campaign Crosses $2.8M in Pledges

A fundraising campaign to reinstate four eliminated sports at the University of Iowa has raised more than $2.8 million in pledges so far.

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The 4 Swimmers & 2 Relays Still Unbeaten Through Two ISL Seasons

Lilly King is 10-for-10 in the 100 breaststroke across the 2019 & 2020 ISL seasons, leading a group of four swimmers and two relays to never lose an ISL race.

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Lawyer for ECU Athletes Extends Deadline – But Maybe On ECU’s Dime

A potential Title IX lawsuit over ECU’s decision to cut its swim team has been delayed until December – but that might come at a cost to the school.

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Campbell Wins Liberty’s Invite for First Win Over Liberty Since 2011

Campbell University won the Liberty TYR ’85 Invite over the weekend, with UNC-Asheville second and host Liberty third, though no Liberty divers competed.

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ISL 2020: Romanchuk Won 800 Free Test Race With 3 Jackpots

The International Swimming League tried out an experimental 800 free on the day of its season finale, with points awarded at checkpoints along the way.

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Report: IMG Still Awaiting Payments From ISL For 2019 Season

Multiple groups say the ISL hasn’t paid debts this 2020 season. A new report suggests another organization hasn’t been fully paid for the 2019 season.

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ISL 2020 Final Jackpot Analysis: 6 Events Had Jackpots In Every Meet

The 2020 International Swimming League season has wrapped, and we’re taking a deeper dive into the season’s major rule change – jackpot margins.

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ISL 2020: SwimSwam’s Season Awards

We name our Swimmer of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Most Improved, and more in our end-of-season International Swimming League awards.

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