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Brooke Bennett on Comeback Trail for 2016 Olympics: Gold Medal Minute Video

Bennett was the most dominant distance swimmer from 1996-2000. She claimed gold at 16 in the 800 freestyle at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. At the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, she won gold in the 400 and 800 meter freestyle.

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Olympic Gold Medalist Brooke Bennett Officially On Comeback for 2016 Open Water

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Brooke Bennett is making a serious run at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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FINIS Vapor Launches January 2014, Video Teaser

The Vapor tech suit uses hydro-reflective technology to repel water and increase your optimal efficiency.

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Add Pace Pal to your Workouts, Stayed Focused in Training

If you’re in intense practices or just swimming to stay fit, this portable, underwater pace clock is ideal.

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British Swimming Seeks Elite Coach Development Manager

The World Class Swimming Programme, the team responsible for driving GB Swimming to Olympic success, has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced professional in the field of élite coaching development to join our programme.

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Swim Like A Champion Photo Vault: Behind the Scenes

SwimSwam got a peek behind the scenes at the “Swim Like A Champion” production shoot thanks to the Fitter and Faster Tour presented by SwimOutlet.com.

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SwimOutlet.com Adds Triathlete Jarrod Shoemaker to Athlete Roster

SwimOutlet.com, the web’s most popular swim shop, has added triathlete Jarrod Shoemaker to its athlete roster for 2014 as an in-house content contributor for such topics as expert guides, product reviews, training tips and other triathlon-related information.

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Last minute Christmas gifts for the swimmers in your life

What does a swimmer want for Christmas? Besides food (always a hit), here are some unique ideas.

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How to Flip Turn, dos and don’ts

There are two common mistakes that many swimmers of all abilities make when performing flip turns. The first and most frequently observed is gliding into the wall, causing the swimmer to lose speed thus slowing down the flip.

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Dr. Andrew Chadeayne Tells His Story of Inventing SwimSpray

FROM DR. CHADEAYNE: “SwimSpray’s best selling point is that it actually works – my hair isn’t crunchy or dead anymore. My skin doesn’t burn or itch. Getting the chlorine off after swimming feels great.”

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Belmont Temporary Pool Grand Opening Set for December 19th

The grand opening of the new Belmont Plaza Olympic pool has been set for next Thursday.

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Art of the Cap: Nathan Adrian x Gianmarco Magnani

Sprint star Nathan Adrian, who won gold in the 100m Freestyle in London, partnered with celebrated Peruvian illustrator Gianmarco Magnani to create a swim cap that pays tribute to his hard-working hometown of Bremerton, Washington, and its ship-building history.

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Swimming Australia announces Podium Centres for 2014

Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson: “We have a vision of wanting to be the best in the world by 2020 and the establishment of high quality daily training environments is pivotal to achieving this objective.”

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New tool for open water swimmers

PACE PAL® is excited to announce its new patent pending Variable Ballast Training Buoy & Hydration Carrier for open water & pool swimmers is now available at the introductory price of $39.00 plus shipping. Pictured, below, this unique pull buoy includes a patent pending fastener system that allows full kicking from the hip; stays in place during long swims and high speed flip turns.

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Art of the Cap: Dana Vollmer x Jessica Hische

Four-time Olympic gold medalist Dana Vollmer teamed up with letterer and illustrator Jessica Hische to create her limited edition swim cap for Speedo USA.

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