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Agnel Tops Stravius; Meynard to Close French Nationals

Even with the core of the squad that did so well at the 2008 Olympics aging and/or retired, the French men look as strong as ever coming out of their National Championship meet in Rennes, France. (Photo Courtesy: Aidan Pongrace)

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Agnel Battles Through Ilness to Final in 200 Free; Stravius Continues to Roll in France

Aidan Pongrace is an American high school student who just-so-happens to be studying and training abroad for his senior year in…

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2013 French Nationals Preview; Agnel Back Off The 400 Free Bandwagon

The view of the city hall in Rennes, France where the 2013 French National Championships and World Championship Trials will begin on Tuesday. (Photo: Aidan Pongrace)

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Forged By Fire: What I Learned Swimming for Gregg Troy

Florida swimmer Lauren Neidigh waxes and reflects on what she’s learned by surviving for two years under Gregg Troy. (Photo Courtesy: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)

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TYR Launches Next Generation Sports Drink – TYR Endurance Sport

TYR formulated a high caliber hydration system that combines endurance, performance and recovery ingredients to enable athletes to maximize and sustain their full potential for prolonged periods of time.

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Fishback Does the Numbers: Michigan Did What They Needed To Do This Morning

Michigan just has to avoid disaster to lose tonight, but there’s a lot more possibilities for the 3rd-place spot. Sebastien Rousseau (above) and the Florida 200 butterfliers will hope to give themselves the edge over Kevin Cordes and the Arizona Wildcats. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Fishback Breaks Down Scenarios; Michigan Looks Comfortable Headed Into Final Day

Kristian Ipsen is two-for-two in diving events so far. Is success on platform enough to pull Stanford back into the top 5? That and more questions answered by Price V. Fishback. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Virginia’s Brad Phillips Discusses 1-2 Finish in 500 Freestyle With Roommate Jan Daniec

Brad Phillips and the Virginia distance group scored over 30% of the Cavaliers’ individual points at the 2013 ACC Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Oklahoma Baptist Takes Men’s, Women’s NAIA Team National Championships

The women of Oklahoma Baptist finished a great meet with a win in the 400 free relay. (Photo Courtesy: Anne Lepesant)

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2013 ACC Swimming and Diving Championships, Final Night, Photo Vault

UVA Coach Mark Bernardino now has 27 ACC Championships, passing Frank Comfort of North Carolina for the most ACC swimming and diving championships. This is also Bernardino’s 16th men’s title, which passes Don Easterling of NC State for the most ACC men’s swimming and diving crowns. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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Hawken Women, Oakwood Men Win Ohio State Championships in Record-Setting Fashion

The Ohio State swimming championships took place last weekend and Ohio proved to be one of the toughest states swimming…

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Miller Completes Triple-Double; Bosch Second-Best Freshman Ever in 200 Fly as Michigan Rolls to Big Ten Title

With Mr. Spitz looking on, Indiana’s Cody Miller made history of his own as the 2013 Big Ten Swimmer of the Meet. (Photo Courtesy: Natalie Schumann)

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Forrester Breaks Another Butterfly Record on Final Day Prelims at 2013 Ivy League Championships

Anne Lepesant contributed this report on the final day of prelims at the 2013 Ivy League Championships. The final day…

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