Juba Happy With Ottesen Gray And Glaesner’s Results

In an interview with the Danish Swimming Federation media department Danish National Team Head Coach Nick Juba expressed his pleasure with…

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Insight Into The Training Of Sarah Sjoestroem

In the last year Swedish swimming star Sarah Sjoestroem has been compiling some impressive results on the international stage. In…

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Revenge of the Nerds, Part 2: All-Time Men’s Olympic Medal Winners

It’s no secret that Michael Phelps sits atop the Olympic medal heap – but by how much? And just how strong is the American men’s legacy?


Bruce Wigo Explains Why ISHOF Is Leaving Fort Lauderdale – Video Feature

ISHOF announced that upon the expiration of its current fifty-year agreement with the City of Fort Lauderdale, in February of 2015, it will not renew and will look for a new home in another city. Video report is courtesy of CBS Miami.

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SwimSwam Exclusive Interview With Jacco Verhaeren

It was a week ago that the Swimming Australia brass, John Betrand AM and CEO Mark Anderson announced that they…

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Australian Nick D’Arcy Calls It A Career

Australian Nick D’Arcy has had a swimming career plagued by controversy and today decided that it was time to declare…


England, Scotland and Wales Publish Commonwealth Criteria

England, Scotland and Wales have all published their selection criteria for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow which will run…


Kenneth To Pulls Out of Asian Stops of 2013 FINA World Cup

Kenneth To of Swimming Australia has changed his plans, and will focus on school instead of swimming the Asian leg of the 2013 World Cup Series.

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FINA statement on the Dubai (UAE) and Doha (QAT) meets

“Following the recent incidents with the delegation of Israel at the FINA Swimming World Cup meets in Dubai (UAE, October 17-18) and in Doha (QAT, October 20-21), FINA would like to clarify that…”


World Record Holder Cesar Cielo to Train with Scott Goodrich at Sun Devil Aquatics

Cesar Cielo was back on top of the world in 2013, taking the World Championship in the 50 free.


Olympian Scott Dickens announces retirement

‘’I’m going to miss my teammates the most,’’ said Dickens, who also competed at two Commonwealth Games, two Pan Am Games and three FINA World Championships.

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Hosszu’s World Cup Performances By The Numbers

Katinka Hosszu has had a historic run of performances in the World Cup Series so far this year and SwimSwam…


Video: Park Tae Hwan Wins 400 Free at 94th Korean National Sports Festival, Part of Four-Gold Haul

South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan has already won four gold medals at the 94th Korean National Sports Festival


Jamaica’s Status at 2016 Olympics in Jeopardy Over Anti-Doping Woes

WADA has said this week that they are disappointed with Jamaica’s anti-doping authority and their response to an inquiry.

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Australian Swimmer Handed Two-Year Suspension for Doping Violation

A former high-level prospect in Swimming Australia has tested positive for three different banned stimulants.


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