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French Swimming Names Lionel Horter New Technical Director

Lionel Horter, the former coach of Amaury Leveaux (above), is the new Technical Director of French Swimming. (Photo Courtesy: Jmex)

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Jamieson Happy to Wait for British Swimming to make the right decision

In early December Rebecca Adlington made her feelings about how British Swimming is moving forward after a very disappointing Olympic…

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Arena Goes Back to Roots; Signs Another Major Federation

Arena has signed its 19th national federation, adding more Olympic medals to its stable.

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Gyurta Hits 2:10 Already in Flanders; Fratus Solid in European Training

A good meet in Flanders, Belgium featured great local, continental, and international flare.

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Spain’s Belmonte Reaches Agreement to Continue Training with Vergnoux

Spain’s reigning queen of swimming has reached a unique arrangement to continue training with her French coach Fred Vergnoux.

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Swedish Olympian Jennie Johansson Moving to Train in Australia at Southport

Sweden’s best sprint breaststroker Jennie Johansson is headed to Australia.

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Arena Signs Two Huge European Sponsorships

(Stock Photo of Olympic Nice Swimmer Courtesy: Olympic Nice Natation)

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Four Bidders Meet in Switzerland to Learn of 2019/2021 Hosting Potential

If Korea earned the right to host the 2019 World Championships, would Park Tae-Hwan stick around for a 5th Olympics? (Photo Courtesy: Melissa Lundie)

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The Rebranding of British Swimming

British Swimming has taken steps to revitalize their image and make their events more accessible to the British swimming fan….

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Ottesen Gray breaks foot in jiu-jitsu mishap

It has been reported by Danish sporting site Sporten.dk that sometime over the Christmas holiday that Jeanette Ottesen Gray broke her…

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After a disappointing Olympics the Danes look to get back on track in 2013

Swim News: “Danish performances in London were seen as a disappointment, with their top placing being fourth, which was achieved by Lotte Friis in the 400 freestyle and Rikke Moller Pedersen in the 200 breaststroke.” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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Halsall and Miley Approach 2013 with a different mindset

Going into 2012 Olympic Games in London there was a lot of expectation put on both Fran Halsall and Hannah…

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Britta Steffen Proves to be too much for Hosszu in Reunion

It has not been a surprise that the times at the Indian Ocean International have not been impressive with the…

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Hosszu wins five of six on the second night of competition at the Indian Ocean International

On the second night of competition at the Indian Ocean International Hungarian Katinka Hosszu finished the same way she did…

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Steffen Upsets Katinka in 200 Free; Hosszu Gets 5 Titles

Katinka Hosszu went 5-for-6 on day 1 in Reunion, though the 1 miss was a surprising one. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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