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Dressel Goes 46.8 Fly, 55.7 Breast On Day 2 Of All-Florida Invite

2017 ALL-FLORIDA INVITE Friday, September 22 – Sunday, September 24, 2017 University of Florida – Stephen O’Connell Center Gainesville, FL…

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Hinchey Emphasizes Flex Plan, ‘Trialized’ Events In State of Sport Address

Though USA Swimming has said it will take some time before new Executive Director Tim Hinchey is ready to give media interviews, he did deliver the State of the Sport address at U.S. Aquatic Sports’ convention last week.

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Faulconer Leads 500 Free and 200 IM After Day 1 Prelims At All-Florida

In the most Florida Gator thing imaginable, sophomore Savanna Faulconer took the top qualifying spots in the 500 free and 200 IM back-to-back to kick off the 2017 All-Florida Invite.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 66% Support WSA As FINA Alternative

About two-thirds of SwimSwam voters support the World Swimming Association as an alternative to FINA as the international governing body for aquatic sports.

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FINA Rule Changes, Including Loosened Lochte Rule, Take Effect Today

FINA’s batch of 2017-2018 rule changes officially take effect today, including a softened version of the unpopular ‘Lochte Rule’ in IM events.

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Johnsen Sexual Battery Trial Set For January

A former Ohio high school swim coach will go on trial in January for sexual battery after being accused of having sexual contact with two former team members.

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Bruno Fratus To Help Team Brazil Seek Third-Straight Raia Rapida Title

We’re less than a month away from Brazil’s annual sprint format showdown meet, and Bruno Fratus has already been named as one of the four members of a home team looking to win its third consecutive title.

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Q&A: Katrina Radke Talks Survivor ‘Ready Room’ 1 Week Out of Premiere

“I think fans should just be prepared to watch an awesome show,” Radke says. “The cool thing about Survivor is that it’s constantly evolving. They love to keep people wondering what’s going to happen.”

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Blueseventy Swim of the Week: The First National Titles of 2017-2018

While last weekend offered the first dual meets of the NCAA swimming season, in Kansas, one event was handing out the first national titles of the 2017-2018 college season.

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Mexican Federation Reneges On Promised Apology, Reparations To Mendoza

The Mexican Swimming Federation has failed to follow through on promises of a public apology and on financial reparations to a former synchronized swimmer who says she was mistreated by the federation.

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Pool Shortage: Major Japan Pools Closing Pre-2020 Olympics

Hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics has the nation of Japan in a bit of a tight spot with regards to pool space, as several key swimming venues are temporarily shutting down to prepare for the world sporting event.

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95 of 96 Individual Athletes From McLaren Report Won’t Be Charged

95 of 96 individual athletes named in the McLaren Report will not be sanctioned with anti-doping rule violations after their nations’ anti-doping organizations could not find enough evidence to prove a violation.

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Freshman Molnar Wins 4, Alabama Sweeps Delta State In Opener

Alabama swept Delta State in the first dual meet of the 2017-2018 NCAA season.

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USA Swimming Temporarily Lifts 120-Day Rule In Response To Hurricanes

With hurricanes shaking up training sites in the southern United States, USA Swimming has temporarily lifted its rule requiring swimmers to wait 120 days before switching teams for competition.

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Opinion: Stop NCAA Hazing & Drinking Events Or NCAA Will Stop Swimming

Which is more essential to the proverbial “college experience”: forced binge drinking fests with incoming freshmen or having the swim team remain a part of your college athletic department?

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