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SwimSwam Pulse: 49% Pick Beisel To Make Survivor Jury But Not Finale

About half of voters had Beisel landing on the jury with the players voted out after the merge. Only 14% had her booted early, but only 17% say she’ll win.

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Swim Mom: 6 Tips for Parents About Changing Teams

Two reasons for switching teams that help out the entire family are a better location or hours. Here are six things to consider before changing teams.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Peaty Lands On Walk Of Fame, Hackett Expecting Baby

Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Adam Peaty, Eamon Sullivan, Jennifer Reilly and Grant Hackett

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What’s Really at Stake: Sun Yang vs. WADA

Is this a case about an athlete attempting to cover up his own doping by smashing his own sample as so many instantly believed?

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5-Time Olympic Champion Missy Franklin Weds Hayes Johnson in Denver

Missy Franklin married Hayes Johnson, a former Texas swimmer, Saturday in Denver, CO. The duo was engaged for a year.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Jamieson Gives Back, New Victorian OW Series

Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Tokyo 2020 news, an update on Michael Jamieson’s MJ Swim Academy and more.

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Ask Swim Mom: When is it Time to Step Back?

Is there something I can do to make sure they are having more fun at meets and the whole family enjoys it, too? Are my kids too young for me to step back?

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Shout From the Stands: The Ubiquity of My Home

Ditching my hometown for the mean streets of New York had seemed so appealing months before. But as my time at home shrank, so did my excitement to leave.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 62% Pick Walsh As Most Likely World Jrs Champ to Medal In Tokyo

A heavy majority of voters went with Gretchen Walsh as the most likely World Junior champ to medal at next summer’s Olympics.

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Open Water Swimmer Hector Ramirez Ballesteros Writes Swimming Song ‘Let’s Go’

At 22 years old, Hector Ramirez Ballesteros became the first person in history to swim the roughly 10-mile Strait of Gibraltar – doing butterfly.

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Why You Want The 2019 College Preview SwimSwam Magazine

SwimSwam’s 2019 College Preview magazine ranks the top men’s and women’s NCAA programs, the TOP 50 NCAA swimmers, and much, much more.

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Elizabeth Beisel Officially Announced As Part of Survivor Season 39 Cast

Olympian Elizabeth Beisel has officially been announced as part of the cast for the 39th season of the CBS reality television show Survivor.

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The Hungry Swimmer: Best Pre-Morning Practice Fuel

Forming new healthy eating habits will not only make you feel your best but will take your sports performance to the next level.

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Shouts from the Stands: 10 Years Later

When I started this sport, I had no idea what kind of roller coaster it would take me on. If I did, I find it hard to believe I would have kept up with it.

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SwimSwam Pulse: Urlando Voted Most Likely Tokyo Medalist From World Jr Boys

Luca Urlando and Andrei Minakov topped our poll of boys World Junior champs most likely to win a medal of any kind at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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