Articles by Retta Race

Gasson, Fa’Amausili Snag Wins on Day 2 of NZ SC Champs

New Zealand’s Short Course Championships continued today and day 2 brought more fast swimming for the Kiwis at the Sir…

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USRPT Helps Drive Hudson Area Club’s Success

Coach Young at the Hudson Swim Club in Wisconsin says USRPT gives his swimmers a new confidence.


Le Clos: “Phelps’ World Records Have Been On My Mind Since London”

Chad Le Clos says Michael Phelps is a huge threat to his Olympic goals.


Ning Zetao Reaping Benefits Of Training With Aussie Coach Brown

China’s Ning Zetao trains in Australia under Coach Matt Brown, who had previously coached Emily Seebohm up until earlier this year.


Singapore’s Quah Zheng Wen Lowers Own 100m Back Record in Moscow

Quah Zheng Wen broke his own Singaporean National Record in the 100m backstroke while competing at the Moscow stop of the FINA World Cup.

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Natasha Lloyd Lands New 100m Breaststroke Mark at NZ Nationals

New Zealand’s Short Course Nationals kicked off in Auckland today, continuing through Saturday.

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13 U.S. Rowers Fall Ill Post-Rio Test Event, Possibly Due to Pollution

Thirteen U.S. rowers have been stricken with various gastrointestinal issues since participating in a Rio test event.


Phelps And Flickinger Named 2015 U.S. Nationals High Point Winners

Michael Phelps and Hali Flickinger were awarded High Point recognition at the 2015 U.S. National Championships.

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JPN’s Kosuke Hagino Set To Test Out Elbow In September Meet

Kosuke Hagino, who fell victim to the “Kazan Curse” via a broken elbow immediately before the 2015 World Championships, is set to compete in Japan next month.


Team USA Wins Team Trophy, Tops Final Medal Counts

Team USA wound up on top of the total medal standings at the 2015 FINA World Championships.


Sun Yang Earns FINA’s Male Swimmer Of The Meet

Sun Yang of China earned FINA’s Male Swimmer of the meet at the 2015 World Championships.


Katie Ledecky Earns FINA’s Female Swimmer of the Meet

Katie Ledecky named FINA’s Female Swimmer of the Meet for her historic outing at the 2015 World Championships.


U.S. Stands Alone With Seven Golds Headed Into Final Day In Kazan

America is now in the sole leader of total gold medals through seven days of competition in Kazan.


Chad Le Clos: “Phelps Can Keep Quiet Now”

After his 100m butterfly gold in Kazan today, Le Clos says “Phelps can now be quiet.”


Aussie Head Coach Defends Dropping Mixed 400 Fr Relay At Worlds

Australian Head Coach, Jacco Verhaeren chose not to have Team Australia represented in this morning’s heats of the mixed 400 free relay in Kazan.