Articles by Keaton Burke

Katie Ledecky To Be Featured In New Apple Series ‘Greatness Code’

The five-time Olympic champion Katie Ledecky will be one of the top athletes covered in a 7-part docuseries produced by Lebron James and Tom Brady.

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Australian Swimmers Set To Make Return To Pool After COVID-19 Shutdown

The Australian Institute of Sport has released documents discussing the relaunch of sports in the country, while some athletes have already enjoyed pool time.

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Cody Miller Reflects On The History Of ‘Duel In The Pool’

The Youtuber/Olympian discusses in his video about the history of the Duel in the Pool and how it impacted his own swimming career.

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NCAA Says Coronavirus Testing is Crucial For College Sports Next Year

Dr. Brian Hainline, the top doctor for the NCAA, says these protocols won’t be risk-free but is optimistic for sports starting back up in the fall.

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Russian National Record Holder Grinev Wins Best Athlete “Soldier of the Year”

Russian sprinter Vladislav Grinev (far right) was voted “Armeec of the Year” which is awarded to the best active Russian athlete in an Olympic sport yesterday

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Biochemist LC Cameron Invited To Be Head of Brazilian Doping Control

LC Cameron was on the 2016 Olympian Gabriel Santos’ defense team for his doping violation earlier this year and has been working extensively at UNIRIO.

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Sarah Sjöström: Over A Decade of Medals and World Records (Videos)

Sarah Sjöström set a world record at just 15, but her next few years were left in this shadow, only for her career to explode into elite status.

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Cody Miller Shows His Daily Routine As A Quarantined Swimmer

Cody Miller talks about how he’s getting a pool, his running has improved and Fortnite in an inside look at maintaining his daily routine.

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French Swimmer Théo Bussière Finds Positivity In Olympic Postponement

The 25-year-old French breaststroker shared his positivity on the Olympic postponement and how it will impact himself and his teammates.

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Stonehill College Lands First Commitments in Swimming Program History

Stonehill College in Massachusetts receives the first two commitments for their inaugural season by swimmers Sydney Stockwell and Allison Weiland.

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Chun Kong Mak Becomes First Man to Swim a Butterfly Ice Mile

Chun Kong Mak became the first man to successfully complete a butterfly ice mile back in February of this year in Austria.

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Cody Miller Gives His Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic in New Vlog

Cody Miller addresses his audience about his thoughts on the coronavirus affecting the upcoming Olympics in his new vlog.

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Michael Andrew Posts Vlog Describing His Breakout Meet in Des Moines

Michael Andrew swam three lifetime bests at the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines a couple weekends ago and his new vlog gave us behind the scenes.

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British Olympic Association Amends IOC’s Rule 40

After legal action was taken by athletes, the British Olympic Association has made their own changes to the IOC’s Rule 40.

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Utah Men’s Team Shows Support To Teammate Matt Wilcox

University of Utah swimmer Matt Wilcox was diagnosed with testicular cancer in October of 2019.

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