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Aussie Trials: Magnussen Wins 100 Free, 47.10

James Magnussen clocks a mind-blowing 47.10 in the 100 meters free at Australia’s Olympic Trials.

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: McKeever Recaps Championship Win

McKeever: “After three NCAA Championship Titles the next class has big shoes to fill.”

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Leverenz, NCAA MVP

Leverenz: “I’ve always been a meters swimmer. I wasn’t a factor in yards…but I am now.”

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Beisel wins 1st NCAA Champ Title

Beisel: “I’m training through some big competitions, getting ready for Omaha, the U.S. Olympic Trials.”

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Hosszu recaps her 200 Fly & 400 IM wins

Katinka Hosszu: “I was tired in the 200 fly. I justed wanted the win. The 400 IM, that’s my race, my favorite race.” (photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Romano recaps her American Record swim

Megan Romano, on her 200 free American Record, “I didn’t expect a 1:41 in the 200 free, but I’ll take it.”

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Vanderpool-Wallace recaps her 100 Free NCAA Win

Vanderpool: “I knew I had doubters after the 50 free. I felt I needed to prove myself in the 100 free…needed to prove I could win.”

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4×100 free relay, new American Record, 3:10.77, for Standford

Stanford Women close NCAAs with a new American Record!

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Peacock breaks Evan’s 22 year old 1650 record

Stephanie Peacock, UNC, breaks Janet Evans 1650 record with a 15:38.79 at Women’s NCAA Championships.

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Larson breaks 100 breast NCAA Record, 57.71

Breeja Larson, A&M, breaks her own NCAA record in the 100 breast, 57.71

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Romano breaks 200 free NCAA & American Record

Megan Romano, UGA, wins 200 free in 1:41.21, a new NCAA & American Record.

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Cal wins 200 Medley Relay at Women’s NCAAs

Cal wins in 1:34.24, a new NCAA & American Record.

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Stephanie Rice runs away with 400 IM at Aussie Olympic Trials

Rice swims 4:33.45 for the win and 2nd best time in the world since 2011 World Championships.

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Aussie Olympic Trials Results

http://www.clubsonline.com. au/uploads/swimresults/ National/2012Open/index.htm

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