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2018 SEC Championships: Day 3 Prelims Live Recap

Texas A&M’s Sydney Pickrem looks to keep her Aggies atop the standings as the top seed in the 400 IM, one day after winning the 200 IM in record time.


Law Passed Requiring Sports Federations To Report Abuse Claims

President Donald Trump signed into law a bill requiring amateur sporting federations to report accusations of sexual abuse to law enforcement.


Top SEC Mile Seed Isaac Jones Questionable With Hand Injury

SEC leader Isaac Jones missed the 500 free yesterday and is questionable for the mile on Sunday after suffering a hand injury, the University of Kentucky says.

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2018 SEC Championships: Day 2 Prelims Live Recap

The first prelims session of the 2018 SEC Championships will feature world swimmer of the year Caeleb Dressel taking on the 200 IM in what should be a fascinating battle with the clock.


2018 SEC Championships: Day 2 Ups/Mids/Downs

Georgia technically leads Texas A&M in women’s A finalists 7-5, but the Aggies have 17 scoring swims compared to just 9 for Georgia.


Brazil’s CBDA To Finally Hold Presidential Elections Feb 28

The Brazilian Swimming Federation will hold the next iteration of its presidential elections on February 28, after multiple delays since the original elections last March.

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Int’l Testing Agency Appoints Benjamin Cohen as Director General

According to an IOC press release today, the International Testing Authority has appointed WADA official Benjamin Cohen as its director general.

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W.A. Hough Makes Up 45 Points Over Final 3 Events To Win NC 4A Title

The girls of W.A. Hough erased a 17-point deficit with just three events to go, taking a second and two firsts to win the girls class 4A title for North Carolina high school swimming. The Green Hope boys won by almost 100 points in a rounded team effort despite winning just one event.

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State Records Fall in 9 of 12 Boys Events As Marvin Ridge Wins NC 3A

The Marvin Ridge boys won a historic North Carolina high school 3A state meet in which state records fell in 9 of 12 events. Meanwhile the Charlotte Catholic girls won 6 total events and broke 3 state records to win the girls title.

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WSCA Calls For ‘Swimming Integrity Unit’ To Address Doping, Cheating

The World Swimming Coaches Association (WSCA) publicly called for swimming’s governing body to reject the proposed ‘Independent Testing Authority,’ instead calling for a swimming-specific ethics oversight organization.

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Ariana Kukors Addresses Abuse Allegations On CBS This Morning (Video)

2012 Olympian Ariana Kukors appeared on CBS This Morning today, going into more detail on her allegations that former coach Sean Hutchison groomed and abused her as a minor.


2017-2018 Will Be Simone Manuel’s Last NCAA Season

Olympic and World champion sprinter Simone Manuel will not return for her final year of NCAA eligibility at Stanford, instead going professional after this year’s NCAA Championships.


SwimSwam Pulse: Voters Most Excited For Pac-12 Women

Almost half of voters said they were most excited for the women’s Pac-12 Championships compared to the other four major conference meets to take place this month.


Ariana Kukors Opens Up With Details About Hutchison Abuse Allegations

Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors came forward this week with allegations that longtime coach Sean Hutchison had sexually abused her, and followed up with a post on her website telling her side of the story Friday morning.


Sean Hutchison Denies Kukors’ Abuse Allegations In Statement

Swim coach Sean Hutchison has categorically denied the allegations that he groomed and sexually abused Olympian Ariana Kukors. Hutchison released a statement through his attorney today.


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