Coronavirus

WR Holder Kristof Milak Still Feeling Physical Effects Of Coronavirus

With a couple of races under his belt, World Record holder Kristof Milak reveals how his bout with coronavirus still affects him physically.

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Phoebe Bacon continues her training in the face of COVID-19 challenges

COVID-19’s unexpected impact has inflicted lockdowns across the nation, causing swimmers and coaches had to scramble to find places to train and race.

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Tightened Coronavirus Restrictions Threaten Danish SC C’ships

Denmark’s Ministry of Culture’s coronavirus statement means changes will need to be implemented for the Danish SC C’ships, if they can still even happen.

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USA Diving Postpones 2021 FINA Diving World Cup Trials ‘Indefinitely’

The FINA Diving World Cup is a crucial competition where the Americans have 5 quota positions at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at stake.

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Some Teams Forced to Suspend Practices Under CA Stay at Home Order

Although pools may remain open, some teams in California have been forced to shut down again under the state’s new stay at home order due to COVID-19.

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NCAA D2 Committee Approves Reduction of Swimming & Diving Championship Fields

The NCAA Division II Championships will be greatly reduced in size for 2021 as college athletics deals with the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Chandler High School Swimming Loses 2 More Team Leaders to COVID-19

The Chandler High School Swimming & Diving team has announced the death of their Booster President Tony Vasquez and his wife Lisa resulting from COVID-19.

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2020 Irish National Winter C’ships Now Limited To Just ‘Elite’

Due to new coronavirus-related restrictions, the number of participants at the Irish Winter Nationals meet has been drastically reduced.

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Heemskerk Out Of Rotterdam Due To 2nd Coronavirus Quarantine

Femke Heemskerk was among the top Dutch swimmers headed to the Rotterdam but we’ve learned that per plans are once again sidetracked due to the coronavirus.

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Tokyo To Admit ‘Large-Scale’ Of Visitors With Possible Healthcare Mandate

The nation of Japan, host of the postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympics, will aim at admitting ‘large-scale’ numbers of overseas visitors for the Games.

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Rhode Island Enters Two-Week Pause, Shuts Down Pools

Indoor pools will shut down temporarily in Rhode Island as the state enters a two-week pause amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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SCIAC Cancels Remainder of 2020/2021 Winter Sports Season

The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has cancelled the remainder of the 2020/2021 season for fall and winter sports.

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LA County Puts in Place New Pandemic Order; Restricts Use of Outdoor Pools

The Rose Bowl Aquatic Center is open for lap swim only. All swim team activities are on hold until December 20.

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Making The Best of Your Current Situation For Future Success

“Very few of us have the ideal training situation during these times. Make the best of what you have available and keep moving forward.”

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Vermont Institutes New Shutdown Orders, School-Sanctioned Sports May Continue

Vermont Governor Phil Scott issued new shutdown orders last week ahead of Thanksgiving, increasing the restrictions on both private and public gatherings.

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