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Swimming Australia’s Statement On Athlete Whereabouts Violations

Swimming Australia has released an official statement following the report that 3 of its high-profile athletes face possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.

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Donate To Jason Turcotte’s Family On GoFundMe

After his unexpected passing, Dynamo Swim Club coach and CEO, Jason Turcotte, leaves behind a bright legacy.

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Dynamo Coach & CEO Jason Turcotte Passes Away

Dynamo Swim Club coach and CEO Jason Turcotte passed away in his sleep over the weekend, per an e-mail sent to swim club parents.

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University of Utah Adds E-Sports, and Why This is Good for Swimming

The University of Utah recently joined a small number of other American universities that recognize Esports as a scholarship varsity…

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12 Swim From U.S. To Mexico In Political Demonstration

A show of support for immigrants during a charged political season took to the water this week as a dozen athletes swam across the border between the United States and Mexico.

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Worrell: “You just have to tell yourself ‘Hey I love this'” (Video)

Kelsi Worrell was out fast in 26.98 and increased her lead coming home, recording a time of 57.50 to break a ten year-old pool record and move to #6 in the world.

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No Shows…It’s Becoming a Problem

Pascual Perez is somewhat of a folk hero here in Atlanta.  Perez was a Dominican baseball pitcher for the Atlanta Braves…

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10 Olympic Swimmers as Superheroes

Being comic book fans, we had to ask who these Olympic swimmers would be if they were superheroes…

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How To Get SwimSwam’s 2017 Swimming Superhero Magazine

If you want the SwimSwam Magazine 2017 Summer Preview (aka the Superhero Issue) with the Nathan Adrian cover, you must be a subscriber.  You can…

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Adolph Kiefer Passes Away At 98 Years Old

Legendary swimmer and 1936 Olympic gold medalist Adolph Kiefer has passed away at the age of 98. Prior to his death, he was the oldest living American Olympic champion.

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5 Reasons to Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Swimmers

#3 – We tend to compare our weaknesses against the strengths of others.

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10 Things Non-Swimmers Will Never Understand About Swimming

For the casual observer, swimmers might seem like a bizarre lot. Here are 10 things that non-swimmers will never understand about swimming.

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3 Reasons Why Removing Chlorine After Swimming Is Good For You

As swimmers, we can all agree that chlorine is good for keeping pool water safe for swimming. We can also agree that chlorine leaves a stench on our skin that can itch and irritate and leaves our hair and swimsuits lifeless over time.

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Watch The Rebooted Phelps ‘Rule Yourself’ Ad Now Featuring Johnny Agar

“In March 2017, Johnny Agar, an athlete from Michigan, recreated an Under Armour commercial featuring Michael Phelps. In celebration of Johnny, we are proud to bring you his film.” – Under Armour

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Texas A&M’s Tybur Earns Lohman Inspiration Award

This year, Texas A&M’s Jonathan Tybur earned the Lohman Inspiration Award. Tybur qualified for the 2016 Olympic Trials and recently just…

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