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Celebrity Big Brother Season 2: Episode 2 Live Recap

Ryan Lochte will gun to become the first Head of Household tonight on the second episode of Celebrity Big Brother Season 2.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 86% Think HS Athletes Should Be Allowed To Train Club

A huge majority of SwimSwam voters said that swimmers should be allowed to train full-time with a club while still competing for their high school team.

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Celebrity Big Brother Season 2: Episode 1 Live Recap

Follow along for live updates from the premier episode of the 2nd season of Celebrity Big Brother, where 6-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte will be competing.

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WSCA: FINA Champions Series Format ‘Invites PEDs Into Our Sport’

The World Swimming Coaches Association released a statement Monday formally opposing the newly-announced FINA Champions Swim Series, citing the stress…

First Newspaper Journalist Inducted Into Swimming Hall of Fame Dies

Frank Litsky, a sportswriter for The New York Times and the first newspaper journalist to be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame has died at the age of 92.

Shouts from the Stands: My Journey Into Swimming

Joseph Basante shares his feelings after the beginning stages of his journey into swimming late in life.

10 Ways To Recover After Swim Practice

10 ways to help speed up recovery after practice.

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Ryan Lochte Will Train While on Big Brother

Ryan Lochte’s agent says the Olympic swimmer’s upcoming stint on Celebrity Big Brother will show a different side of the swimming icon, and that Lochte will be continuing his aquatic training while on the show, per a People magazine interview.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Swimming Anime & Baby Jones News

Catch the latest on happenings outside the pool, including news on Cullen Jones, Emily Brunneman and a swimming anime series.

SwimSwam Pulse: 34% Say Records/Times Are Most Important to Great Race

A little more than a third of voters said a record or a fast time was the most important element in creating a great race, with the rest of the votes mostly split between a major meet and a close finish.

BSN Sports Team Of The Week: Almaden Riptide

Founded in 2013, the Almaden Riptide is a year-round club team based in San Jose, California.

Readying For 2020, Tokyo Introduces New ‘Sayonara’ Tax

The Japanese government has instituted a new tax on any traveler over the age of 2 leaving the nation.

3 Pros and Cons of Small and Large Teams

Teams come in all sizes and types from small club teams under 200 swimmers to nationally recognized teams with 1,000 swimmers. What’s right for your family?

3 Mental Tips for Future College Swimmers

In this video, I want to share with you 3 mental tips and pieces of advice for those of you who plan on swimming in college in the future that will allow you to go into your first year as a college swimmer with the right mindset and mentality so that you can succeed there and be your best.

SwimSwam Pulse: 64% Say Teams Shouldn’t Take Christmas Eve Off

Almost two-thirds of voters said they thought swim teams should continue with their normal practice schedule, even on Christmas Eve, while about 35% said teams should take the holiday off.

Find Where Ledecky & Dressel Rank Among SI Mag’s ‘Most Fit Athletes’

Both Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel rank among Sports Illustrated’s list of ‘Most Fit Athletes in Sports’. Take a look to find out where they fall on the list.

Are We Alienating a Population of Could Be Swimmers?

I respect those swim kids who are putting all of those hours in, it is tough work! But are we taking a sport that used to be the most fun sport around and turning it into a job?

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