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Caeleb Dressel’s $110K Leads Individual Prize Money-Winners At 2019 Worlds

Per our calculations, Caeleb Dressel leads all individual money-earners with $110,000 in prize money from the 2019 World Championships.


Winkler Banned; Goodner II, Reis Given Interim Sanctions By SafeSport

Walter Winkler was upgraded from an interim ban to a permanent ban by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, while two others were given interim sanctions.


Senate Bill Would Reform SafeSport, Mandate More Athlete Representation & More

A Congressional panel found the USOPC and USA Gymnastics to have covered up abuse by Larry Nassar. Two Senators are introducing a bill to reform the USOPC.


Dolfin Swim(s) of the Week: Ranking the Gwangju WRs By How Long They’ll Stand

We rank all of the world records from 2019 Worlds – with a twist. We rank by how long we think each one will stand, from the shortest to the longest tenures.


SwimSwam Pulse: 57% Support Podium Protests In General; 28% Oppose

More than half of SwimSwam voters supported using the podium as a venue for protests. Maybe more surprising: 14% were unsure of their opinion.


Competitor Coach of the Month: Greg Meehan, Adversity Master

Stanford (and Team USA) head coach Greg Meehan is proving he knows how to handle choppy waters, even when things don’t go according to plan with his stars.


Ultra Swim Swimmer of the Month: Zach Apple, Relay Hero

Zach Apple made most of July opportunities at both Worlds and Universiade – he finishes with 5 World University Games golds and 4 World Championships medals.


2019 World Championships: Post-Meet StockWatch

Trending up after the 2019 World Championships: teenagers. And Australia’s women’s relays. Consider that a two-for for Ariarne Titmus (pictured).


U.S. National Team Roundup: Current Top 6s After 2019 World Championships

The next two weeks should mostly solidify the U.S. National Team. We run down the current top 6 in each event – the times to beat at U.S. Nationals this week.


U.S. To Select 2019 World Juniors Roster From 2019 U.S. Nationals

USA Swimming will use this week’s U.S. Nationals to select its roster for the 2019 World Junior Championships later this summer.


2019-2020 U.S. National Team Spots On the Line At 2019 U.S. Nationals

The 2019-2020 U.S. National Team (and the accompanying stipends and benefits) will comprise the top 6 swimmers in each event over most of the calendar year.


Taylor Ruck Scratches 50 Free On Day 7 Prelims of Worlds

Canada’s Taylor Ruck has scratched out of heats of the 50 free on day 7 prelims at the 2019 World Championships, per heat sheets.

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Dive Coach Kevin McElheney Suspended By U.S. Center For SafeSport

Cincinnati Diving Academy head coach Kevin McElheney of Hebron, Kentucky has been suspended by the U.S. Center for SafeSport and USA Diving.

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Jury Appeal Documents Show Unanimous Vote, Rationale For Upholding Rapsys DQ

The minutes from FINA’s appeal jury show a unanimous vote upholding the disqualification of would-be world champ Danas Rapsys.

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Associate Head Coach Harvey Humphries Retiring At University of Georgia

University of Georgia associate head coach Harvey Humphries announced his retirement today after more than 40 years connected to the program.


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