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Blueseventy Swim the the Week: Lochte Defying Age In 400 IM

Last weekend, Ryan Lochte put up the #2 time in the nation at age 33, putting himself in-line to become the first 30+ man to rank inside the top 50 nationally in the event since 1999. Even the great Michael Phelps dropped the event at age 27.


Torie Sentenced to 5 to 10 Months in Jail For Statutory Sexual Assault

Collegiate club swimmer Ryan Torie has been sentenced to five to ten months in county jail after pleading guilty to felony statutory sexual assault. Torie was permanently banned by USA Swimming earlier this spring.


Judge In Brock Turner Case Recalled, First CA Judge Recalled Since ’32

Aaron Persky, the California judge criticized for his sentence of former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, has been recalled by voters, making him the first California judge recalled since 1932.


Former FL HS Coach Won’t Return To Teach While Under Investigation

Eric Hill, the former Florida high school swim coach under investigation, won’t return to Boca Raton High School to teach, local paper the Sun-Sentinel reports.

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Swimming Canada Supports Recommendations By Skiing Abuse Victims

Swimming Canada released a statement this week supporting athlete safety recommendations brought public by four abuse victims of a former ski coach.


Northwestern Adds Jake Tapp To New Coaching Staff

Northwestern continues to round out its new combined-gender coaching staff, adding Canadian Olympian and former Arizona standout Jake Tapp to the staff two days after hiring Megan Hawthorne.

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Re-Rank: Top 20 Girls NCAA Swimming Recruits, Class of 2018

One year ago, we ranked the recruits in the high school class of 2018. Now, we look back on those rankings to factor in each swimmer’s senior season as they head into NCAA competition. (Pictured: Taylor Ruck)


Florida Splits Program, Nesty & Poppell To Take Head Coaching Roles

The University of Florida has split its men’s and women’s swim & dive programs, promoting former assistants Anthony Nesty and Jeff Poppell to head the men’s and women’s programs, respectively.


SEC Freshman of Year Hugo Gonzalez To Transfer To Virginia Tech

Star Auburn freshman Hugo Gonzalez will follow coach Sergio Lopez to his new position at Virginia Tech, transferring for the upcoming season.


UNM Struggling With Title IX Compliance, Athletic Budget

The University of New Mexico’s athletic director and president together published a letter on the school’s athletic website this week announcing that an independent review had found the school struggling to meet federal Title IX requirements.


Tai, Summers-Newton Set WRs on Day 1 of British Para International

Alice Tai and Maisie Summers-Newton highlighted the first day of the 2018 British Para Swimming International with world records in their respective classes.


Windsor Pool Blocked From National Competition Due To Current

Swimming Canada has announced it would not be holding national competition in the Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre due to a current found in the pool during a recent event.


Swimmer Dies During Open Water Masters Race

The body of a 45-year-old man has been recovered from Lake Audubon in Virginia after he disappeared during an open water swim Sunday.


Schubert Responds To Suit, ‘Absolutely Denies Any Wrongdoing’

Former U.S. national team head coach Mark Schubert has responded to the civil lawsuit filed by Ariana Kukors, denying any wrongdoing and saying he reported rumors of abuse immediately when he heard them.


Ceccon, Burdisso Head Italy’s Euro Jrs Roster

Italy has announced its roster for the 2018 European Junior Championships, headed by senior European Championships team members Thomas Ceccon and Federico Burdisso, along with 13-year-old standout Erika Gaetani.

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