Articles by Loretta Race

South Africans Ho & Weber Win ‘Swim the Burj’

Over 1,000 swimmers took part in the inaugural Daman DXB SwimFest 2018 in Dubai, UAE earlier this week.

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Now & Then Part Two: More Of Your Favorite Swimmers’ Evolution In Pics

Ben Proud wasn’t born as the British beast he is today. Take a look at his early years in our Now & Then: Part Two.

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British Swimming Releases Qualification Times For 2019 World C’ships

British Swimming has released its qualification criteria for the upcoming major senior and junior international competitions in 2019.

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Italians & Americans Set To Clash At Nico Sapio Trophy

Santo Condorelli will be representing Italy for the first time as the nation hosts the 45th Nico Sapio Trophy in Genoa.

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3-Time Olympian Hannah Miley Undergoes Ankle Surgery

British Olympian Hannah Miley underwent ankle surgery in September and says it will take 6 months to a year to return to elite competition.

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Korea Will Not Be Sending Athletes To 2018 Short Course World C’ships

Park Tae Hwan of Korea took home 3 golds at the 2016 edition of the Short Course World Championships, but will not be competing this year in Hangzhou.

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CrossFit & Swimming: They’re More Similar Than You Think

We looked at how CrossFit competitions draw similarities to swim meets, but the actual practices are more alike than you may think.

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Magnini On Suspension: “There is No Evidence”

“There is no evidence, indeed the evidence shows the opposite. We will certainly appeal,” says Italian Filippo Magnini regarding his 4-year ban for violating anti-doping rules.

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Dopers Beware, As London Olympic Samples Continue To Be Re-Tested

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced that additional analyses of samples collected from the 2012 Olympic Games in London are currently underway.

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Still No Le Clos, But Chalmers & Horton Join World Cup Party

The primary contingencies from each nation are in tact for Tokyo, although there are a few notable additions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.

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Italians Magnini & Santucci Each Handed 4-Year Ban

The court of Italy’s Anti-Doping Agency, NADO, has finally made its decision regarding elite swimmers Filippo Magnini and Michele Santucci.

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The Kromowidjojo/Sjostrom Battle Is Set To Rage On at Tokyo World Cup

As we head into the 3rd and final cluster of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series, let’s take a look at how the battle between Olympic medalists Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden and Ranomi Kromowidjojo of Netherlands has been heating up over the circuit thus far.

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Duncan Scott Set To Race At BUCS Short Course C’ships

The most decorated Scottish athlete at a Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, is slated to race this weekend at the British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships.

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Bucharest Doping Lab Officials Fired Over Positive Test Cover-Ups

The anti-doping laboratory located in the city of Bucharest, capital of Romania, saw two of its top officials dismissed from their posts recently, as an investigation conducted by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) found they covered up positive doping samples.

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Quadarella Continues Impressive Run With National Record In 1500

While competing at the Mario Battistelli Trophy over the weekend, Italian elite racer Simona Quadarella notched a new National Record in the short course meters 1500 freestyle.

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