Articles by Jared Anderson

Indiana releases 2014-2015 schedule, will dual Auburn at home

Indiana University has released its official schedule for the 2014-2015 season, and among the notable additions is a season-opening home dual meet with Auburn on October 10th.

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Mare Nostrum Preview: Le Clos vs Seto headlines Barcelona as series comes to a close

The final stop of the circuit will feature a big-time showdown of the top two 200 flyers in the world for 2014, Chad le Clos and Daiya Seto (pictured).

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Becca Mann wins women’s 10K to kick off Open Water Nationals

16-year-old Becca Mann was perfectly patient in winning the 10K national title at the U.S. Open Water National Championships in Castaic Lake, CA.

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17-year-old cancer survivor Angeli Rivera back in the water and still defying odds

It’s been a whirlwind 10 months for 17-year-old Angeli Rivera. But for the Puerto Rican swimmer, the roller-coaster ride is right back where it started – in the pool.

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Training Spotlight: Reece Whitley, Crystal Keelan and Penn Charter Aquatic Club

Get an inside look at some of the training that has gone into 14-year-old Reece Whitley’s collection of breaststroking National Age Group records.

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Uvis Kalnins downs four national records at Latvian nationals, 50 back record falls in wild shootout

Uvis Kalnins, the 20-year-old Latvian Olympian and current Missouri State Bear, broke four national records at the Latvian National Championships on May 31st and June 1st, showing some outstanding range and versatility.

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Big day for Danish women, Japanese men to close out Canet’s Mare Nostrum stop

The Danish ladies won 5 total events on Thursday including two from Rikke Moller Pederson (pictured), while the Japanese men went 1-2 in the 100 back, 200 breast and 200 IM.

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Ottesen smashes two Danish records to open Canet stop of Mare Nostrum tour

Sprinter Jeanette Ottesen knocked down two Danish records on the first night of the Mare Nostrum meet in Canet-en-Roussillon, France.

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Atkinson to lead Jamaican Commonwealth Games team, 6 swimmers to attend

2012 double World Champs silver medalist Alia Atkinson will headline a 6-person Jamaican team for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

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HardCore Swim of the Week: Ryosuke Irie dominant in Mare Nostrum’s opener

In the early goings of the Mare Nostrum tour, Japan’s Ryosuke Irie has been nothing if not dominant.

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HardCore Swim of the Week: Tom Shields breaks through in the big pool

Tom Shields crashed onto the international scene last week, winning a pair of US National titles in the 100 and 200 fly and setting himself up as the US’s top dog come Pan Pacs next week.

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West Virginia star Bryce Bohman heading to Tuscon Ford for summer training

Fresh off a senior season that garnered him a pair of All-America honors, West Virginia Mountaineer Bryce Bohman has headed to the desert to join Tuscon Ford Dealers Aquatics for his summer training.

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First annual Pan American Sports Festival scheduled for late September in Mexico City

Canada will be in attendance, and Brazil has the event listed on its official federation calendar, though the U.S. has said it will not field a team for the event.

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Early look at brand-new South Korean swimming stadium for 2014 Asian Games

The 2014 Asian Games will take place in Incheon, South Korea this September, and the event has released preview illustrations of the newest event facilities on its website.

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Lifelong swimmer dies while racing Great Chesapeake Bay Swim alongside his family

Bob Matysek was attempting the Bay crossing swim for his 20th year when he was pulled from the water, likely suffering from a heart attack, according to authorities.

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