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Sarah Sjostrom Wins 4th-Straight Swedish Sportswoman of the Year Award

Swedish swimmer Sarah Sjostrom was named her country’s 2018 Female Athlete of the Year at the Svenska idrottsgalan (Swedish Sport Awards)….

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Milly Boulding, Sophie Smith, Michael Hewitt Take Gold In Sunderland

See how some of the age groupers across the pond performed at the 2019 City of Sunderland Amateur Swim Club New Year Meet.

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Aussie Participation In FINA Champions Series Unlikely

Both Maddie Groves and Cate Campbell speak to the ‘awkward timing’ of the FINA Champions Series.

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Hear From Ryan, Hosszu, Timmers & Schooling From Flanders Cup (Videos)

Hear from Irish World Championships Shane Ryan, along with Katinka Hosszu, Pieter Timmers and Joseph Schooling, as they competed at the 2019 Flanders Cup in Belgium over the weekend.

Swimming Canada Announces Female Coaching Workshop ‘Taking the Stage’

Twelve female coaches from across Canada will partake in a female coaching leadership workshop called “Taking the Stage” next month.

Iconic Atkinson Awarded Twice, Named Jamaica Sports Woman Of The Year

30-year-old Jamaican swimmer Alia Atkinson was recently awarded the RJRGLEANER Sports Foundation Sports Woman of the Year Award, making this the Olympian’s 2nd consecutive honor.

Nakamura Throws Down 48.51 100 Free At South Aussie States For #3 Rank

Katsumi Nakamura got the winning hand over Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers in the men’s 100m freestyle at South Aussie states, registering the 3rd fastest time in the world this season in the process.

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World Champ Anton Chupkov to Swim All Stops of Inaugural FINA Champions Series

Chupkov’s coach says he’ll appear at the meets in Hangzhou, Budapest, and Indianapolis.

WSCA: FINA Champions Series Format ‘Invites PEDs Into Our Sport’

The World Swimming Coaches Association released a statement Monday formally opposing the newly-announced FINA Champions Swim Series, citing the stress…

Hagino & Ohashi Ease Back Into Racing At Northern Block Meet

Both Olympians Kosuke Hagino and Yui Ohashi of Japan got some racing in over the weekend, taking on the Tokyo Northern Block competition.

2019 Geneva Int’l Challenge Meet Photo Vault

Get up close with the competitors who wrapped up this year’s Geneva International Challenge over the weekend, courtesy of photographer Rafael Domeyko.

Mizunuma Shakes Up Men’s Fly World Rankings Down Under

Japan’s Naoki Mizunuma beat the men’s 50m fly field in South Australia, inserting himself into the world rankings in the process.

15-Year-Old Anastasia Gorbenko Swims 2:13 200 IM at Barcelona Open

Jessica Vall broke the Meet Record of 1:08.01 in the women’s 100 breast, swimming a quick 1:07.75 to finish 1st by 1.99 seconds over Gorbenko.

Denmark Hires First Danish-Born Head National Team Coach in 15 Years

Stefan Hansen has been coaching in Germany since 2016, but he will return to Denmark to take over as National Team head coach of his native country.

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Federico Burdisso Wipes Out Laszlo Cseh Geneva Challenge Record

Both Italian young guns Federico Burdisso and Thomas Ceccon were in the pool on the final night of action in Geneva, Switzerland and each came away with his own record to wrap up the competition.

Shane Ryan Follows Up Hangzhou Bronze With FINA ‘A’ Cut

Ireland’s Shane Ryan made it happen in the men’s sprint backstroke, collecting a FINA ‘A’ cut with his 50m win at the Flanders Cup.

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