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Y Nats: Four More Meet Records on Night Three

The swimmers at YMCA nationals continue to put on a show…

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Y Nats: Seven meet records go down, Ryan Held cracks :20 barrier

The pool in Greensboro Aquatic Center was on fire last night… (Logo courtesy of www.ymcaswimminganddiving.org)

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2013 NCAA Men’s Picks: Last-minute Breaststroke Calls

Kevin Cordes is the top seed and American record holder in both events… Will that hold up?

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2013 NCAA Picks: The 200 Free is loaded…

Cristian Quintero showed some speed at PAC-12’s… but does he have enough to stay with the field at NCAA’s?

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2013 Men’s NCAA Backstroke Picks: Ress, Nolan looking for double

Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com. Eric Ress is back after redshirting last season. What kind of performance will we see from him?

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Southern Zone Florida Sectionals: Cielo posts top-10 time

Cesar Cielo had the top swim of the session at night of the Southern Zone Sectionals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  There…

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2013 Florida Sectionals: Lochte, Bolles boys compete on Friday Night

Night two of the 2013 Florida Sectionals took place tonight at the beautiful Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex.  There are a…

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2013 Women’s NCAA Championships: Where did these backstrokers come from?

Before we dive (or, rather, “place our hands and feet and do a backstroke start”) into previewing the women’s backstrokes,…

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Kylie Stewart Downs Pelton-held NAG Record

After watching Simone Manuel clip a Dagny Knutson NAG record earlier in the evening, Kylie Stewart decided to join the party on night 2 of…

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Official Men’s NCAA Psych Sheet/Team lists released

Arizona’s Kevin Cordes, an American Record holder, is destined to be one of the stars of the men’s NCAA Championship this year. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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2013 Women’s NCAA Picks: Geer Seeking NCAA Sprint Double

Arizona’s Margo Geer, if she wins the 100 would become just the second NCAA champion in the event in school history. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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