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USA Swimming’s Safe Sport Launches Online Anti-Bullying Training

USA Swimming’s Safe Sport launches online anti-bullying training. The free program includes resources for teams to adopt anti-bullying safety plans.


Iowa’s Lehnertz, Freeman Set for Pan Ams

University of Iowa sophomore Tereysa Lehnertz and UI graduate and volunteer assistant coach Deidre Freeman will compete in the 2015 Pan American Games from July 12-16 in Toronto.

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Cal Tech Swim & Dive Teams Release 2015-16 Schedule

The Caltech swimming and diving teams have released their schedule for the winter 2015-16 season, which will include four home meets.

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Making a Difference: Minnesota’s Kaela Anderson Donates Bone Marrow

Three years ago, Student-Athlete Development intern Kaela Anderson made a small decision that ended up having a big impact on her life – and changed the life of someone else.

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4 From Northwestern Swimming & Diving Honored As Big Ten Distinguished Scholars

Forty-six Northwestern student-athletes from a school record 16 different varsity programs have earned prestigious Big Ten Distinguished Scholar recognition, the conference announced Wednesday.

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Weekend Roundup: Gophers‬ at World University Games, Swedish Nationals & more

While Fourth of July weekend in Minnesota is often spent with fireworks on one of the state’s 10,000 lakes, three internationally-based Gophers spent the weekend competing in South Korea and Sweden.

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Canada, China, Japan and Mexico claim gold at Diving Grand Prix

Divers from a total nine nations – Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Romania– occupied the podium at the sixth stop of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2015, held in Bolzano (ITA) on July 3-5.

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5 from Rutgers Swimming & Diving Lauded Big Ten Distinguished Scholars

The Big Ten Conference announced 54 Rutgers University student-athletes across 17 Scarlet Knight programs were honored on Wednesday with the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award.

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Sjostrom Pops a 52 Second 100 Free to Close Swedish Championships.

The final session of the Swedish Championships concluded today in Sundsvall. To Finish off the meet, the women swam the 200 fly, 100 free, 200 I.M., and 1500 free. The men’s action included the 200 I.M., 200 free, and 100 breast.


Herasimenia Posts a 54 Second 100 Free to Win on Day 2 of Golden Bear Meet

In the first event of the evening, Aliaksandra Herasimenia continued to impress in the sprint events. Her winning time of 54.50 blew away the field. That was her 2nd win of the meet after posting a 24.98 to lead the 50 yesterday.

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Synchro Swimmers Finish Strong at 2015 Junior Olympics

Scottsdale Synchro Arizona, the Town of Tonawanda Aquettes and the Santa Clara Aquamaids won team titles over the past week as nearly 1,000 athletes competed at the 2015 U.S. Synchronized Swimming Junior Olympics, presented by eSynchro, in Greensboro, N.C.

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Sjostrom Crushes 50 Fly in 25.07, Splits 55.6 100 Fly on Swedish Championships Day 4

Day 4 of the Swedish Championships saw the men’s 50 free, 200 back, 100 fly and 800 free. The women battled it out in the 100 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free.


Wyoming Swimming and Diving Racks Up Scholar All-America Honors

The academic honors keep rolling in for the University of Wyoming swimming and diving teams. The College Swimming Coaches Association of America released it Scholar All-America honors Wednesday.

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Notre Dame’s Casareto And Reaney Earn Scholar All-America Honors

Highlighted by University of Notre Dame graduates Allison Casareto and Emma Reaney, six Irish women’s swimming and diving standouts earned academic recognition from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America recently.

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Herasimenia’s Sub-25 50 Free Highlights Golden Bear Meet Day 1

The 30th International Golden Bear meet started today in Zagreb, Croatia. This is the 2nd of 2 meets to qualify for Croatia’s World Championships team.

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