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Great Britain Swimming in 2018: Successful, but Trending the Wrong Way

When Great Britain won the rights to host the 2012 Olympics, as many future hosts do, they began pushing huge…

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Atletta Swim Camp with Olympic Champion Alexander Popov – Sign Up Today

Atletta Swim Camp provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from one of the greatest Olympic gold medalists in swimming history,  Alexander Popov.

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7 Reasons Why Hiring a Swimmer Will Enhance Your Company

Just because so-called “swammers” may have hung up their goggles, doesn’t mean that those years of hard work were wasted. Former swimmers have spent years developing skills which can be integral to their new lives in the workforce.

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Additional Age Records Fall On Final Night Of Dutch SC C’ships

The final day of the Dutch Short Course Open Championships saw more age records go down.

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GER Swimming Installs Coaching Team to Replace National Team Director

The German Swimming Federation (DSV – Deutscher Schwimmverband) has announced plans to install a “Team Tokyo 2020” instead of a new…

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Teen Minakov Scorches 50.13 1Fly, Rylov 49.11 1Back At Salnikov Cup

Russian swimmers threw down fast times in St. Petersburg before calling 2018 a done deal, several of which would have finaled in Hangzhou.

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Kolesnikov Closes Out 2018 With WJR In 100 Free

2018 Salnikov Cup Friday, December 21st – Saturday, December 22nd St. Petersburg, Russia SCM Results 18-year-old Kliment Kolesnikov ended his stellar…

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Russia Denies WADA Search Team Access To Lab Data

“Let’s hope WADA doesn’t get played again and immediately declares them non-compliant,” United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) chief executive Travis Tygart told Reuters upon the news of data denial during the RUSADA inspection.

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26-Year-Old Van Den Hoogenband Dutch Age Record Goes Down

The Dutch Short Course Championships saw multiple age group records fall through day 2.

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LSU Swimmer Matthew Klotz Named ICSD Sportsman of the Year

LSU Swimmer Matthew Klotz has been named the 2018 International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) Sportsman of the Year….

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After 95 Years, Swimming Times Magazine Will Shutter in 2019

The magazine stood as one of the oldest institutions in the sport.

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Lausanne Day 2: Ruck & Sanchez Each Top Hosszu

Taylor Ruck of Canada got her hand on the wall first in the women’s 100m back final in Lausanne, relegating Hungarian Katinka Hosszu to silver.

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Hosszu Threatens Meet Records At Lausanne Day 2 Prelims

Katinka Hosszu is ending her 2018 year of seemingly continuous racing with quick morning swims in Lausanne.

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28 Olympians & 2 World Champions Attend ISL Meetings in London

American swimmer Ryan Murphy, an Olympic champion and World Record holder, was among the athletes in attendance in London this week.

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Dutch Backstroking Ace Kira Toussaint Tests Positive For Tulobuterol

“Today, I like to share my story with you, because I am innocent and I am convinced that the truth will prevail,” says Kira Toussaint, world-class backstroker of Netherlands who tested positive for a banned substance on the eve of this year’s Short Course World Championships.

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