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WATCH: Arizona Wildcats PAC 12 Hype Video

Check out the above hype video uploaded by Arizona Wildcats sophomore Taylor Garcia that shows some of the Wildcats’ training en route to the PAC 12 Championships.

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Thirteen-Year-Old Aquazot Swimmer Severely Injured By Fallen Tree

Thirteen-year-old Teresa Johnston from the Aquazot Swim Club was injured during a storm that hit the Southern California region last weekend after a 60-foot tree tree fell and landed on her causing serious injury.


Numbers Show Growth In Competitiveness For 2017 NCAA DII Championships

The official psych sheets for the 2017 NCAA DII Championships were released recently, and when compared to data from the 2016 NCAA DII Championships it shows that there’s a large increase in the number of swimmers invited.


Previewing The 2017 Canadian U Sports Swimming Championships

The University of Toronto men and women will be looking to defend their CIS Championship titles from the 2015-2016 season here in Sherbrooke at the U Sports Championships this week, and to do so will need to face tough opposition from their rivals at the University of British Columbia.

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Gonzaga Men, Walter Johnson Women Win Washington Metro HS Champs

Stone Ridge freshman Phoebe Bacon was arguably the top swimmer of the meet as she took home to titles and set one meet record in the process.


MIT Men And Women Win NEWMAC Championships

MIT was extremely dominant at the NEWMAC swimming championship, winning every relay and taking home individual titles in eight separate men’s and women’s events.


Zane Grothe Is Now The 10th Fastest Performer Ever In The 1650

After his 1650 freestyle performance at the 2017 Senior Metropolitan Winter Championships in Long Island, New York, USA Swimming national team member and former Auburun All-American Zane Grothe of Badger Swim Club is now the 10th fastest performer of all time in the race.


UC Santa Barbara Men, Hawaii Women Win MPSF Championships

The UC Santa Barbara men managed to take home the win at these championships with 831 points to take down both Brigham Young and H


Central Connecticut State Wins Third-Straight NEC Championships

The Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils managed their third-straight NEC Conference championship title this past weekend, pulling away with the win on the final night of competition to defeat Bryant and Wagner.

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FGCU Women And UMBC Men Take Charge Of CCSA Champs After Day Two

Both the FGCU women and the UMBC men were dominant in their performances on day two to put them first in the overall scores heading into the second half of the meet.


How The 2017 Worlds Schedule Will Impact Top Multi-Event Swimmers

The 2017 World Championships will be the focus event for the 2017 calendar year in the pool, and have undergone some noticeable changes in terms of scheduling compared to the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.


Could Step-Over Starts Be Causing Relay DQs At SECs?

Certain coaches at the SEC Championships believe that the step-over start (originally created by Texas which you can read about here) is creating a situation where despite clean relay takeovers, swimmers are being disqualified due to the reaction judging pads thinking that they left early.


Swim Off Requires Another Swim Off After Double Tie At SECs

Both Adam Koster of Teas A&M and Cobe Garcia of Kentucky tied for 16th overall in the men’s 50 freestyle this morning with a time of 19.81.


Clayton Forde Wins Swim-Off At SECs For Spot In 500 Free ‘B’ Final

In their swim off, Forde managed to get his hand on the wall first to guarantee his spot in the ‘B’ final.


USA Swimming Creates Task Force To Seek Out New CEO

Following Chuck Wielgus’ resignation as CEO of USA Swimming, the organization has created a CEO Search Task Force that will be responsible for selecting and filtering through candidates to recommend for the new CEO position.

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