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Roadmaps – Mapping the Journey of US Swimming Stars: Men’s 100 Back

Find out more about how the US men’s 100 back excellence tradition is carried throughout the years in this Roadmaps installment.

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If you don’t like the career you’re in, you might want to work in the swimming community and be a part of our swimming family! Go here to see 2725 Swim Jobs.

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Revisiting Phelps’s Insane 1:52.09 200 Fly from the 2007 World Championships

While Michael Phelps will best be remembered for winning 8 gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, he was arguably better in 2007.

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Roadmaps – Mapping the Journey of US Swimming Stars: Women’s 100 Fly

Read on Kelsi Dahlia, Katie McLaughlin, Regan Smith, Torri Huske, Amanda Kendall, Kendyl Stewart, Aly Tetzloff, and Claire Curzan’s 100 fly Roadmaps here!

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Roadmaps – Mapping the Journey of US Swimming Stars: Men’s 100 Fly

In this installment of Roadmaps, we will look at 8 American men who were flying like pros by 10 years old, featuring Caeleb Dressel and Tom Shields.

USA Swimming Issues Update On Dryland Insurance Coverage For Clubs

In short, USA Swimming’s release emphasized that activities not directly supervised by a member coach are not covered under USA Swimming insurance.

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Roadmaps – Mapping the Journey of US Swimming Stars: Women’s 100 Breast

Wonder when each of the top 8 US women’s 100 breaststrokers broke 1:00 in the SCY pool? Find out in this installment of Roadmaps!

757 Swim Club Launches Team-Created Mascot Bracket Challenge

One fish, one guinea pig, one horse, three cats, 28 dogs, and one kindergartener are contending in 757swim’s March Mascot Madness in Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Former US National Team Director Frank Busch: Training “Doesn’t Make Sense”

While the IOC has said that it plans to go forward with the Olympics beginning on July 24th as planned, Busch believes they should take place in 2021.

Top Quotes From the (Unexpected) Last NCAA Taper Meets — Men’s ACCs

While it’s tragic that the 2020 NCAA season ended this way, the season we did have was filled with amazing individual and team performances.

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Swim England Explains Why They Are Only ‘Advising’ Event Cancellations

CEO of Swim England, Jane Nickerson, has revealed why they have only ‘advised’ clubs to cease activities rather than imposing rules that they do

Julie Woody Has a Breakthrough with Olympic Trials Cut at Savannah Time Trials

Her 25.95 dipped a few hundredths under the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials cut. This was her first best time in the event since 2017. 

Hamilton Clocks First Olympic Trials Cuts with 25.7/55.1 at Last Minute Meet

Hamilton dropped over half a second in the 50 free, racing to a lifetime best 25.74. Her 55.13 in the 100 free was a huge drop of nearly 2 seconds.

8-Time Ohio High School Coach of the Year Dan Peterkoski Retires

Dan Peterkoski won 11 girls’ swimming state titles and 12 girls’ water polo state titles in 17 seasons at Upper Arlington High School.

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