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Steven Munatones Posts on Facebook for First Time Since Heart Attack

More than two weeks after suffering a heart attack, open water swimming legend Steven Munatones has spoken. Munatones’ sister has been keeping…

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2016 US Olympic Trials Preview: New Vs Old Wave In Men’s 400 Freestyle

The 400m freestyle will likely be one of the closest events at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials with two waves of American mid-distance swimmers will be clashing to either continue their careers, or start their journey into international competition.

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8 Positive Tests From 2012 Olympics Come From Russia

The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) said today that 8 of its athletes are among the 23 positive tests from London’s reanalysis.

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Two National Records Downed at Lithuanian Championships

Young breaststroke star Ruta Meilutyte was absent from the 2016 Lithuanian Championships, but there were still two new national records set during…

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WHO Says Moving Olympics Won’t Stop Spread of Zika Virus

In an open letter sent to the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier this week, a group of152 scientists (as of…

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Mary Pelton Transferring From UCLA to Virginia After 1 Season

Mary Pelton will try and regain her form from high school by transferring to Virginia in the fall.

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Fiona Doyle, Conor Ferguson Named Irish Swimmers of the Year

Fiona Doyle and Conor Ferguson have been named the Senior & Junior Performance Athletes of the Year, respectively, at the 2016…

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Smith and Kisil Win Two Events Each on the First Night of Mel Zajac Jr

Canadian Olympic team members Kierra Smith and Yuri Kisil both picked up two wins on the first night of competition at the Mel Zajac Jr. International…

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WADA’s Response To London Samples Retesting: “Dopers Can’t Rest Easy”

“If athletes choose to cheat, they can’t rest easy until ten years is up,” said David Howman, Director General of WADA.

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Hosszu Fires Off 5 Events, Hagino Makes Appearance In Bergen

Straight from Romanian Nationals, Katinka Hosszu swam back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back races in today’s prelims of the Bergen Swim Festival in Norway.

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The Swimmer’s Guide to Conquering the Struggle

Before the big breakthrough–whether in practice or competition– comes conquering the struggle. Here is how.

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Seebohm, Sun Join Adrian, Dwyer On Arena PSS Santa Clara Psych Sheets

The Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara will feature a large crew of foreign superstars, including world record-holder Sun Yang and world champ Emily Seebohm.

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Kawecki, Czerniak Among 8 FINA A Cuts On Day 1 Of Polish Nationals

The first of four days at the Polish National Championships featured 8 different Olympic qualifying times, including a 21.96 in the 50 free from Konrad Czerniak and a 1:58.20 in the 200 back from Radoslaw Kawecki.

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Gold Medal Mel Interview: “Swimming Isn’t Fair” (VIDEO)

In an interview with Gold Medal Mel Stewart, co-founder of SwimSwam and Olympic gold medalist, the team from “The Water…

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Mexico’s Para Swimming Team Announced for Rio 2016

The Mexican National Paralympic Committee has announced the 19 swimmers that will represent the country at Rio 2016, three more than at London 2012.

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