Gabriele Detti Received COVID-19 Vaccine Prior To Italian Spring Championships

Detti, who won the 400 free on Day 1 of the Italian Championships, said he had a small fever after receiving the vaccine two days prior to the meet.

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Hungarian Swimming Family Thanks Frontline Workers for Efforts During Pandemic

The Hungarian Swimming Association showed its support for frontline workers during last week’s National Trials meet in Budapest.

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Will Myhre, Potentially Iowa’s Last NCAA Qualifier, Scratched After COVID Test

Will Myhre, the only NCAA qualifier for the Iowa men, tested positive for COVID-19, ending what is set to be the program’s final season.


New Zealand to Prioritize Olympians for Coronavirus Vaccine

New Zealand is set to begin its rollout of the coronavirus vaccine on March 31st.


Southern California Swimming Hires Lobbyist To Advocate For Re-Opened Pools

The Southern California Swimming LSC has hired a lobbyist to advocate for fewer pandemic restrictions on pools and youth sports.


Anderson, Scholtz, and Crush Lead Lakeside at Kentucky LSC Championships

Jack Anderson of Lakeside Swim Team had four personal best swims as Lakeside won the team title at the Kentucky Boys Short Course State Meet

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Confirmed: No Foreign Fans At Postponed Tokyo Olympic & Paralympic Games

It’s been officially announced today that there will be no foreign spectators in the stands at this summer’s postponed Olympic & Parlympic Games.


Australia Pulls Out Of 2021 Jr. Worlds & WUGS, Will Instead Host Meet At Home

Swimming Australia announced that they won’t send teams to two major international meets this summer, opting instead to host a meet for their juniors at home.


FIN Mette A Disposizione I Centri Federali Per I Vaccini

La FIN Federazione Italiana nuoto mette a disposizione i suoi centri federali per i vaccini. I Centri continueranno le loro attività

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Discussion of 50% Capacity, Government Delegations at 2021 Tokyo Olympics

As rumors continue about Japan prohibiting outside fans or all spectators, reports have emerged the country may limit attendance to 50% capacity.


IOC President Thomas Bach: Japanese Partners to Det. Olympic Spectator Decision

IOC President Thomas Bach commented on the topic of spectators at the upcoming Olympics, saying that the Tokyo partners will make the final decision.

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Eastern Illinois – Valparaiso Meet Canceled Due to COVID-19 Contact Tracing

The meet, scheduled for Saturday, was supposed to be senior day for the hosts at Eastern Illinois University, honoring 8 seniors.

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IOC Confirms Chinese Olympic Committee’s Offer To Help With Vaccines

IOC President Thomas Bach revealed that the Chinese Olympic Committee has offered vaccines for Olympic athletes during the 137th IOC Session.


Paolo Barelli Alla Camera “Le Piscine Sono Più Sicure Dei Ristoranti”

Paolo Barelli interviene alla Camera dei Deputati per chiedere l’apertura di piscine e palestre, luoghi più sicuri dei bar e ristoranti

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China Looking To Work with IOC On Olympic Athlete Vaccinations

The Chinese government said it is ready to work with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to help provide vaccines to athletes competing at the Games.