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ACC Champ Ky-Lee Perry Out 4-6 Weeks With Dislocated Elbow For NCSU

Defending ACC 50 free champ Ky-Lee Perry is out for 4-6 weeks after dislocating her elbow and tearing a tendon, NC State says.

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2018 NCAA Conference Championship Primer – Division I

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With all due respect to Christmas, there’s nothing quite like the NCAA…

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Ultra Swim Swimmer of the Month: Janet Hu, Stanford

Over the month of January, Janet Hu leads the NCAA in three events and is a part of three NCAA-leading relays for Stanford.

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Competitor Coach of the Month: Kevin Tyrell, Harvard

Over the month of January, coach Kevin Tyrell and the Harvard Crimson men have rolled up a 4-0 dual meet record, including a cross-country road win against 10th-ranked Arizona State.

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U.S. Gov’t Investigating Sexual Abuse Within Sports, Including USA Swimming

A bipartisan Congressional committee is investigating sexual abuse allegations within organized sports, including USA Swimming. The committee sent letters to five key institutions this week announcing the investigation: USA Swimming, USA Gymnastics, Michigan State University, the U.S. Olympic Committee and USA Taekwondo.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 50 Shootouts Most Popular Pro Swim Series Addition

Nearly half of the overall votes went to stroke 50 shooutouts, an overwhelming statement of support.

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Blueseventy Swim of the Week: The Return Of Cate Campbell

After taking the year 2017 off of world-level competition, Australian sprinter Cate Campbell is looking to return to the limelight.

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One Swimmer Among Larry Nassar Victims To Testify

Among the more than 160 women who testified in court accusing sports doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse was at least one swimmer, according to media reports.

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Larry Nassar Sentenced to 40 to 175 Years In Prison For Sex Abuse

Former U.S. Olympic gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar has been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually abusing athletes under the guise of medical treatment.

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Russian Government Amends Labor Code To Require Anti-Doping Compliance

Russia has amended its federal labor code, requiring sporting federations to comply with anti-doping rules.

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Power 5 Conferences Vote To Extend Medical Care for Student-Athletes

As part of the autonomy system, the five major NCAA conferences voted last week to provide medical treatment to student-athletes for at least two years after the student leaves the institution.

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Forbes Piece: Title IX Isn’t Causing Men’s NCAA Program Cuts

A Forbes story this month suggest that despite a common criticism from observers, studies show that Title IX requirements are not causing schools to cut men’s sports.

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Heemskerk Wins Twice, Takes Top Bonus To Close Flanders Cup

Femke Heemskerk won two events and used the first one to leapfrog Ranomi Kromowidjojo for the meet’s top FINA points swim and the €2000 bonus going along with it.

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Flanders Cup Draws Fratus, Shioura To Complement European Stars

The most wide-ranging international field has to be the men’s sprints, where European stars like Pieter Timmers, Andrii Govorov, Jesse Puts and Thom de Boer will be joined by Brazilian world champs silver medalist Bruno Fratus and Japan’s Asian record-holder Shinri Shioura.

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Brandonn Almeida Cleared To Compete, Could Debut vs GT This Weekend

Star international recruit Brandonn Almeida has been cleared by the NCAA to compete this season, according to Brazil’s Globo.com, and could make his debut as early as this weekend’s dual with Georgia Tech.

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