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Florida Men and Women Win the Pinch A Penny All Florida Invitational

Both Gator programs walk away from the Pinch A Penny All Florida Invitational with victories.

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Mateusz Sawrymowicz and Ashley Twichell Take Home The $10,000 Prizes At The 2013 RPC Tiburon Mile

Mateusz Sawrymowicz and Ashley Twichell Take Home The $10,000 Prizes At The 2013 RPC Tiburon Mile.

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Three High School National Records Come Crashing Down At The FSPA High School Invitational

Three National High School Records were broken at the 2013 FSPA High school Invitational.

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Michigan Men and Women Take Home Victories In the First Big Ten Meet of the Season

The Michigan Men and Women defeated the Iowa men and women in the first Big Ten dual meet of the season in Ann Arbor.

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YMCA National Champion Marie Chamberlain Verbally Commits To Indiana

The YMCA National Champion and 100 backstroke record holder, Marie Chamberlain, verbally commits to Indiana.

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Brazilian Sprinter Bruno Fratus Will Be Joining Auburn’s Post Grad Group In January

Brazilian sprint freestyler Bruno Fratus will be joining the Auburn University Post-Grad group, AU Aquatics, under head coach, Brett Hawke, in January. The 24 year-old is recovering from a shoulder surgery in May.

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The Georgia Bulldogs Top the Kentucky Wildcats in the “Double Distance” Season Opener

The Kentucky Wildcats faced off against the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens. This meet was Lars Jorgensen’s first meet as the head coach of Kentucky. The Georgia men won with a score of 162-110 and the Georgia women won with a score of 165-98.

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Wisconsin River Falls Hires Mike Bollinger As New Head Coach

Mike Bollinger has accepted the position of Head Swimming and Diving Coach at Wisconsin River Falls University after talk of the program being suspended for the “forceable future.”

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Missy Franklin Makes Sports Illustrated Top 100 List of Twitter Accounts to Follow

The Sports Illustrated staff added Missy Franklin to their top 100 Twitter users list and believes her Twitter account is “essential to your daily routine for finding news, information and entertainment from the sports world.”

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The Swimming Community Rallies Behind Soren, A 6 Year-Old Swimmer Diagnosed With Cancer

Soren Cooper is a 6 year-old swimmer from New Hampshire who was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma, an aggressive form of blood cancer. His family is deeply rooted within the swimming community. (Photo Credit: http://micropopbio.org/soren/)

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2013-2014 College Swimming Previews: #6 Florida Men Are Hungry For a Top 3 Finish

An impressive eight 2013 All-Americans will be back in action along with two other swimmers who received Honorable Mention All-American honors. With such small losses and the return of so many large contributors, I do not see why Florida can’t be in the top three at the end of they year. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures)

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The Swimming Federation of India Asks The Government to Host The 8th Asian Age Group Championships

The Swimming Federation of India wrote to the Jharkhand State government asking the government to fund and host the 8th Asian Age Group Championships in the summer of 2014. The SFI is in the process of building a national swimming program, and government assistance may benefit all involved.

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Several Young Stars Are Set to Compete at the FSPA High School Invitational

The psych sheet for the 2013 FSPA High School Invitational has been released. The Bolles School broke two National High School Records at this meet last year.

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Logan Samuelson, Class of 2014, Commits To Auburn

Logan Samuelson, class of 2014, has committed to swim for Auburn University. Samuelson is a standout distance freestyler from the state of Florida. (Photo Provided By: Logan Samuelson)

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Tokyo 2020: The Olympic Aquatic Centre to Hold 20,000 Spectators

The Tokyo 2020 organizing committee is planning to build their Olympic Aquatic Centre with room for 20,000 spectators. (Photo Credit: tokyo2020.jp)

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