Articles by Loretta Race

2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships: Day 4 Finals Real-Time Recap

Alabama’s Kaylin Burchell blasted a monster morning swim in the women’s 100 breaststroke to give her the top seed headed into tonight’s Finals.

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Hosting 2017 Worlds a “Possibility” for Australia

With Guadalajara, Mexico now out of the picture as host of the 2017 FINA World Championships, who will now host the event, just two years away?

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2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships: Day 4 Prelims Real-Time Recap

Molly Hannis is looking to continue her 100 breaststroke domination by earning the top spot from her prelims swim, but she will face some fierce competition along the way.

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Day 4 of 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships – Minimal Scratches, Optimal Action

Nic Fink is ready-to-go in this morning’s 100 breaststroke, where he looks to take on the number one seed Sam Tierney from Missouri.

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5 Big Things from Day 3 of 2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships

What did you learn from Day 3 of the 2015 SEC Championships? Here are our 5 Big Things.

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2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships: Day 3 Finals Real-Time Recap

Chase Kalisz and the rest of the men’s 400 IM field kick off tonight’s 2015 SEC Championship Finals session in Auburn, Alabama.

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2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships: Day 3 Ups/Downs/Scoring Projections

Georgia’s Chase Kalisz looks to repeat as 400IM SEC champion tonight and inch the Bulldogs closer to an SEC team championship title.

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2015 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships: Day 3 Prelims Real-Time Recap

Last night’s 50 freestyle runner-up, Caeleb Dressel, is seeded first in this morning’s 100 fly battle.

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Bentz, Wallace Scratch 200 Free to Set up Epic 400 IM Race on Day 3 at 2015 SEC’s

Georgia freshman Gunnar Bentz is zoning in on the 400 IM race, forgoing his 3rd seed in the men’s 200 freestyle.

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USA “Impossible” Option to Host 2017 Worlds After Mexico WIthdraws

USA Swimming’s Executive Director, Chuck Wielgus, tells Chicago Tribune that the U.S. is an “impossible option” to take over as host to 2017 FINA World Championships.

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University of Denver Women Earn First NCAA Qualifying Relay Time Ever on Day 1 of Summit League Championships

University of Denver’s Sam Corea was part of the Pioneers’ NCAA automatic qualifying 200y medley relay on Day 1 of the 2015 Summit League Championships.

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Kentucky Wildcat, Vanderbilt Commodore Recap Videos Capture SEC Day 1 Emotions

Both of the University of Kentucky’s women’s and men’s 4 x 200y freestyle relays broke school records on day 1…

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With PAC-12, NCAA Championships In Sight, Franklin Considers Rio 2016 Training Plans

Missy Franklin’s collegiate swimming career may be coming to a close after conference and NCAA championships, but that doesn’t mean her Rio 2016 training plan is already set.

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India On the Lookout for Outside Coach to Train Kazan Qualifiers

The Swimming Federation of India is looking for a foreign coach to come train its five World Championships qualifiers.

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Auburn Coach Brett Hawke Previews SEC Championships Being Held on Team’s Home Turf

In his pre-meet press conference, Auburn head coach Brett Hawke breaks down the reality of the competitive Southeastern Conference (SEC),…

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