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SwimSwam Pulse: 58% Value Standout Event Over Versatility For NCAA Prospects

58% picked the athlete with one standout time at an NCAA scoring level, compared to 41% picking the versatile athlete who doesn’t yet have a scoring time.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Titmus Closing In On 400 Free History

Ariarne Titmus has gone 3:59 three times in the past ten months, and now sits #3 all-time in the 400 free after dropping three tenths of last weekend.

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2019 Clovis Pro Swim Series: SwimSquad Projections

One team has just one active swimmer in Clovis. The imbalance in active roster choices throws a wrinkle into the still-live SwimSquad points finale.

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How To Watch The 2019 Pro Swim Series At Clovis

USA Swimming will be live-streaming most sessions of the 2019 Pro Swim Series finale in Clovis, with NBC Sports taking A finals on Thursday and Friday night.

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All The Links You Need For the 2019 Pro Swim Series At Clovis

The 2019 Pro Swim Series concludes this week in Clovis, California, with the $10,000 series prizes to be finalized by Saturday night.

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LIVE UPDATES: ISL Press Conference, U.S. Roster Reveal

Today at noon (U.S. Eastern Time), the International Swimming League will hold a press conference announcing rosters for half of its 8 inaugural franchises.


ISL To Announce Two American, Two European Rosters Tuesday At Noon

The International Swimming League will finally reveal the rosters for two of the four American franchises in a press conference Tuesday at noon Eastern Time.


Charges Dismissed Against Former Utah Club Swim Coach

Nine felony charges against former Park City, Utah swim coach Kent Allen Bonacki have been dismissed without prejudice.

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SwimSwam Pulse: Voters Split 50/50 On Chalmers Season-Best Chances This Week

A very narrow majority predicted Kyle Chalmers to better his 47.48 season best in the 100 free this week, in one of the closest poll results we’ve ever had.


Dolfin Swim of the Week: Ohashi Hits 2nd 4:33 of 2019

Japan’s Yui Ohashi has been one of the year’s most consistent performers in the 400 IM, and last weekend, she notched her second 4:33 of the year.


USA Swimming To Increase Club Dues For First Time Since Mid ’80s

USA Swimming is proposing to increase the dues clubs pay to the national governing body each year for the first time since the 1980s.


Re-Rank: Top 20 Boys NCAA Swimming Recruits, Class of 2019

Brendan Burns takes over as our #1 swimmer in a class that should help college teams stock up their cupboards with free relay candidates for years to come.


Former High School Teacher, Coach Sentenced to 30 Years For Child Porn

A former high school teacher and swim coach in the Kansas City area has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for filming a sexual encounter with a minor.


Mare Nostrum: Full Series Prize Money Breakdown

Each of the Mare Nostrum’s three stops has a slightly different prize money breakdown, with big Euros on the line for event finishes, FINA point swims and series, meet, European and world records.

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W&M Alum, Husband Die Of Unknown Illness While In Fiji

A William & Mary swimming alumnus and her husband died unexpectedly while on vacation in Fiji, and news outlets are reporting that the cause of death is still unknown.

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