Articles by Jared Anderson

USOPC Reaches Out to Athletes In Wake of Olympic Postponement

United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee head Sarah Hirshland sent a message to Team USA athletes after this morning’s postponement of the 2020 Olympics.

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FINA Will ‘Determine Flexibility’ of 2021 Worlds Dates After Olympic News

FINA has issued a statement promising to determine the flexibility of 2021 World Championships dates to accommodate a rescheduled 2020 Olympics.

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WATCH: Taylor Ruck, Dylan Melin, Connor Stirling Race Backyard 40-Yard Free

With quarantine forcing top-level swimmers to find alternate ways to train and race, a few top-level talents are making do with an Arizona backyard.

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757 Swim Club Launches Team-Created Mascot Bracket Challenge

One fish, one guinea pig, one horse, three cats, 28 dogs, and one kindergartener are contending in 757swim’s March Mascot Madness in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Shouts From The Stands: The Aftermath

Little did we know that our “Treat Every Day Like It’s Your Last Day to Race” would actually turn into our actual last day to race.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #4

These workouts aim to keep you fit while pool access is hard to come by. But why can’t we work swimming-specific skills on the dry land, too?

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WATCH: UConn Swimming & Diving’s 2020 Hype Video

The UConn Huskies finished with a 6-2-1 dual meet record and took 4th (men) and 6th (women) at the 2020 American Athletic Conference championships.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Brownstead’s 19.24 & 18.67

Sadly, it was a harshly-truncated week of swimming. But Matt Brownstead got in a couple of history-making swim under the wire.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 57% Had Picked Texas To Win Men’s NCAAs

The meet won’t happen due to the NCAA’s cancellation, but a solid majority of SwimSwam voters expected Texas to win the men’s NCAA title.

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IOC Remains ‘Fully Committed’ to Tokyo ’20: ‘No Need For Any Drastic Decisions’

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) continues to back the 2020 Olympics to remain on-schedule, despite the slate of coronavirus cancellations.

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Editorial: Coronavirus Can’t Take Your Season Away

Though you may not see the improvements you’ve made show up on a scoreboard in numeric form, the growth in who you are and how you swim is still there.

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WATCH: David Fitch Beats NCAA D3 Record With 46.83 100 Fly With Flip Turns

While the time may never enter the official USA Swimming or NCAA results database, Kenyon junior David Fitch gave a taste of what could have been on Friday.

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U.S. Masters Swimming Cancels Spring Nationals, Recommends No Meets Until May

U.S. Masters Swimming has officially cancelled its Spring National Championship meet in late April, and recommends no meets through April 30.

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2019-2020 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Power Ranks: Final Edition

NCAA’s are canceled. Bummed? Yeah, us too. But relive what could/would have been in our final edition Power Ranks, including conference champ results.

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2020 M. NCAA Picks: Windle-Dinsmore Rematch Highlights Men’s Diving

Texas’s Jordan Windle and Miami’s David Dinsmore have won the last three NCAA platform titles, and were separated by just 6.25 points last year.

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