Articles by Retta Race

New Clark City’s Aquatic Center Readying For 2019 SEA Games

The swimming competition of this year’s SEA Games is taking place in the newly-constructed Aquatic Center at New Clark City in Capas Town, Tarlac.

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Once Derailed Kosuke Hagino Embraces Comeback With Marriage, Fatherhood

25-year-old Kosuke Hagino hit some hard times in 2018 into 2019, but the Japanese Olympic champion is getting his life back on track.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Phelps Throws First Pitch, U.S. Trials Tix Selling Fast

Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, U.S. Olympic Trials and the GOAT, Michael Phelps, highlight this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines

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2019 José Finkel Trophy Gets Underway On September 3rd

Joao De Lucca is just one of almost 250 swimmers set to compete at the 5-day José Finkel Trophy next week in Paraná, Brazil.

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Get Your Swimming Memory Fix With eBay’s Hidden Gems

If you have some downtime before your season starts gearing up, why not start a swimming memory collection? We’ll help you get started with these ideas.

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Top 5 Men’s Swims From 2019 World Junior Championships

See if your favorite male swim from the 2019 World Junior Championships fell among our top 5 performances from Budapest.

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Top 5 Women’s Swims From 2019 World Junior Championships

See if your favorite female swim from the 2019 World Junior Championships fell among our top 5 performances from Budapest.

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Persson, Telegdy, Ugolkova & Burian Join ISL Team Iron

International Swim League squad Iron Swim Budapest has revealed additional squad members set to join the lineup for its inaugural racing season.

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ISL Signs Exclusive 2-Year Rights Deal With Eurosport

The International Swimming League (ISL) has entered into an exclusive, two-year broadcast deal with Eurosport, but not every major nation is included.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Thorpe Joins Board Committee, Tokyo 2020 Traffic News

Check out this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Aussie legend Ian Thorpe, as well as new transportation info coming from Tokyo.

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Olympic Champion Kyle Chalmers Undergoes 3rd Heart Surgery

Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers undergoes another heart surgery to address his SVT condition, this time just weeks after winning multiple Worlds medals.

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Japan Relaxes Olympic Prize Money Taxes Effective 2020

Japan’s National Sports Agency has announced that its Olympic medalists will no longer be taxed on additional prize money.

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High-Level International Meets For September 2019

The 74th Japanese Sports Festival is just one of the meets taking place this September, but check out the rest in our monthly calendar.

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Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Medal Designs Revealed

Late last month Tokyo 2020 organizers revealed the designs for the Olympic Games medals, but now the Paralympic medals have been revealed.

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Erika Fairweather Jumps to #2 All-Time on NZ All-Time Rankings in 200 Free

Kiwi Erika Fairweather saved her best World Junior Championships performance for last, reaping gold in the women’s 200m free.

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