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Indian National Champ Neel Roy Commits To Stanford Men

India’s national champion sprinter Neel Roy has verbally committed to compete for Stanford University beginning in the fall of 2019.

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Brazil’s Technical Director Resigns, Cites Lack of Transparency

The technical director of Brazil’s swimming federation has resigned, citing the federation’s lack of transparency as reason for his departure.

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USA Swimming Hires CSCAA’s Joel Shinofeld

USA Swimming has hired former College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Executive Director Joel Shinofeld as its new Managing Director of Sport Development, the organization announced today.

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New Florida, Virginia Tech, Auburn Staffs Collide at Georgia Tech Invite

The Georgia Tech Invite in November is set to feature several of the top SEC and ACC schools, including new-look staffs at Florida, Virginia Tech and Auburn.

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Red Bull Cliff Diving Titles To Come Down to 20 Points In Final Stop

The 2018 Red Bull Cliff Diving series will have its women’s and men’s titles coming down to just 20 points each entering tomorrow’s final stop in Italy.

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Knoxville, TN To Host 2019 Pro Swim Series Opener Jan 9-12

Knoxville, Tennessee will host the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series on January 9-12.

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USA Swimming’s 5-Year Ban On Manser Ends, Two More Up In 2018

USA Swimming’s temporary ban on swim coach Jamie Manser has ended, one of three temporary bans that will end in 2018.

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Indiana Invite To Host NC State, Louisville, Arizona State

A new addition to the 2018-2019 schedule, the IU Invite in Bloomington will be one of the higher-profile mid-season invites, hosting three top-10 programs from NCAAs a season ago.

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USC Men & Women, Stanford Men Expected at Texas Hall of Fame Invite

As more programs release their schedules for the 2018-2019 NCAA season, some mid-season invite lineups are already coming into focus. Among them: the Texas Hall of Fame Invite, set to feature the Texas men and women, USC men and women and Stanford men, among others.

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Blueseventy Swim of the Week: Chupkov’s $50K 200 Breaststroke

The World Cup Series always offers a fascinating look into how one outstanding swim can be worth a huge cash influx. This week, it was Anton Chupkov raising his earnings by $51,500 with a stellar 200 breaststroke.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 51% Predicting Top-6 Finish For Tennessee Women

44% of voters predicted the Tennessee women to finish between 4th and 6th, and 7.5% more predicted a top 3 finish for the Volunteers at 2019 NCAAs.

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Evansville Hires Wabash’s Brent Noble As New Head Coach

The University of Evansville has hired Brent Noble of Wabash College to be the new head coach of the combined swim and dive program.

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3 More Swimming Names Added to SafeSport’s Banned Database

Three more people with swimming connections have been banned by the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Jaret Sadler and Harrison Franks of Texas and Donald Graham of New Mexico have all joined the banned list.

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Sjostrom Hits $65K, Chupkov $55K In Winnings After World Cup Cluster 1

2018 FINA WORLD CUP – DOHA Thursday, September 13th – Saturday, September 15th Hamad Aquatic Centre (HAC), Aspire Zone, Doha, Qatar Heats…

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Sjostrom Perfect Over World Cup Cluster 1; Chupkov Wins Men’s Cluster

Swedish sprint star Sarah Sjostrom hit max points at each of the first two stops of the 2018 FINA World Cup, earning the $50,000 Cluster 1 bonus and leading the series points by 30.

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