Be sure to mark your aquatic calendars for the key international swimming meets set to take place during the month of October.
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The venue was slated to host this year’s Olympic-qualifier South American Championships, which wound up being canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Colombian Swimming Federation (FECNA) president Jorge Soto sent out a tweet indicating his desire for the nation’s pools to reopen on Sept. 7.
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Mexico’s Swimming Federation has announced that all events sanctioned by the nation’s governing body for the sport will remain canceled until further notice.
Joao de Lucca, who won back-to-back NCAA titles in the 200 free in 2013 and 2014, has announced his retirement from elite competitive swimming.
The Argentinian swimmer, who has already qualified for postponed Tokyo games, resumed her training at the Minas Tenis Club in Brazil.
Mauricio Fiol, left, has been handed an 8 year suspension by a FINA Doping Panel. Fiol did not participate in the hearing after ignoring FINA letters.
The compilation that initially contained five countries among which were Paraguay, Uruguay or Colombia has seen some additions.
After 5 months, Argentinian swimmers are finally back in the water. Agustín Hernández was the final Argentinian National Team member to return to the pool.
Take a look at the upcoming swim meets happening around the world in the month of September, knowing things can change in an instant.
Costa, a 21-year-old, had a previous best time of 7:45.29, which he swam back at the 2018 Jose Finkel meet.
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