Articles by Nicole Miller

Swimming Straddles Line Between “Low” and “Moderate” Risk in NFHS Guidelines

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has published new guidelines for the return of high school sports following coronavirus.


Loughborough Swimmers Wilby, Wood, and Wattel Find Ways to #trainathome

Loughborough University swimmers and elite athletes James Wilby, Abbie Wood, and Marie Wattel are joining the #trainathome campaign.

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Utah Announces the Reopening of Most Businesses Including Pools

The state of Utah announced that most business in the state will be reopened, including public pools. However, there will be regulations in place.


Massachusetts Announces Re-Opening Plans, Pools May Re-Open in Early June

Today, the state of Massachusetts announced its 4 phase re-opening plan. Pools will begin to re-opening on June 8th at the earliest.


WADA Identifies 4 More Positive Tests in Moscow Lab Data

This brings the total adverse analytical findings in the Moscow laboratory data to 61 since WADA began reviewing the retrieved information.


Slovenia Becomes First European Country to Declare an End to the Pandemic

This week, the country of Slovenia announced an end to its Coronavirus Pandemic. With this, pools will be able to re-open with some restrictions.


Looking Ahead to Tokyo for the Men’s 800 Freestyle Relay

Looking ahead to the Tokyo Olympics, there appears to be a crowded field in the men’s 800 freestyle relay, with no clear favorite for the gold.


Remembering Janet Evans’ 400 Freestyle World Record 32-Years Later

22 years ago, Janet Evans swam a 4:03.85 in the 400 freestyle, negative splitting the race on her way to a new world record that wouldn’t fall until 2006.


AOC President John Coates Claims Tokyo 2021 Olympics Could be “Greatest Ever”

In a meeting with the Australian Olympic Committee, Coates remarked that the Tokyo Games could be the “greatest ever” despite of the delay caused by COVID-19.


DIII Championship Committee Makes Additional Changes for 2020-2021 Season

The NCAA DIII Championship Committee has decided to cancel all in-person sports meetings and banquets for the 2020-2021 season to help the budget deficit.

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Dara Torres to be Inducted Into Jewish American Hall of Fame

12-time Olympic medalist and former world record holder Dara Torres is the 51st person to be inducted into the Jewish American Hall of Fame.


Bruno Fratus Says Cesar Cielo’s World Records Will Fall Before 2021 Olympics

During a recent interview, Bruno Fratus of Brazil stated that Cesar Cielo’s longstanding freestyle world records will fall before the 2021 Olympic Games.


College Club Swimming Community Comes Together in Midst of Meet Cancellation

The College Club Swimming community is coming together to honor their championship meet, which was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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China Re-Closes Gyms and Pools in Beijing Due to Second Wave of Coronavirus

As the result in a recent spike in Coronavirus cases, China has decided to re-close all gyms and pools until further notice.


Beachwood Swimmer Finds Unique Way to Swim Through the Pandemic

Beachwood swimmer Grady Bystrom has found a unique way to train during the Coronavirus pandemic by swimming in his own custom natatorium.

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