Stjepanovic to Race at Duel in the Pool for Team Europe; Klueh for Team USA

Michael Klueh will have an important role in the middle and distance freestyle races for Team USA.


Wright State Hires Canadian Coach Sean Dwyer as New Assistant

Sean Dwyer is leaving the Trent Swim Club in Ontario to take an NCAA coaching job.

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Swimming Canada Restructures High Performance Centres

After a period of review Swimming Canada has decided to reduce the number of high performance centres that are being funded largely by the national organization and redirect their funding to four high performances centres rather than five.

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Florida State Snags Canadian Sprinter Lyons

Florida State’s brilliant outdoor scenery will be the home of Canadian sprinter Anthony Lyons for at least the next four years.

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Hungary’s Big Three Choose Salnikov Cup Over Duel In The Pool

Hungary’s top three swimming stars, Katinka Hosszu, Daniel Gyurta and Laszlo Cseh, have made the decision to bypass the Duel…

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FINA Disallows Michigan, Indiana, Iowa “World Records”

The Indiana scoreboard was flashing a week ago, but alas, FINA has nullified the hopeful records.


Former SC World Champion Suzaan van Biljon Retires

South Africa’s Suzaan van Biljon, who finaled at the 2012 Olympics, has retired.

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Teenager James Guy to Swim for Euro Stars at 2013 Duel in the Pool

Guy is primarily a middle-distance freestyler, with bests from the World Championships in the 200 free (1:47.19) and 400 free (3:47.86).

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Michael Jamieson, Brits to Compete at Fall World Cup Races

Sophie Allen, who won 6 medals at last year’s World Cup, will kick off her 2013-2014 short course season in Moscow.

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Another Good Night For The Veterans In New Zealand

On the fifth and final day of the State New Zealand Short Course Championships 24 year old Lauren Boyle and…

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Danes Release Qualifying Times for European and Nordic Juniors

The Danish Swimming Federation release the qualifying times for both the 2014 European Junior Championships and the 2013 Nordic Junior…


Belmonte Shares Insights On Sport And Life

World Championships triple medalist and world record holder Mireia Belmonte has been busy speaking to groups of on the subjects…

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Danish Swimming Names 12 to “Great Danes” Roster

The Danish federation is making a push to increase the medal output from their men for the 2016 Olympics.

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Boyle Leads Impressive Showing By North Shore Swimmers

World Championships medalist Lauren Boyle took home gold in the 400 freestyle in what was an impressive night for North…

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Today In Swimming History, October 1st: Otylia Jędrzejczak Involved In A Major Car Accident One Year After Winning Three Olympic Medals

Today in History USA Swimming announces new suit regulations in 2009, Eric Shanteau was born, and Otylia Jędrzejczak was in a career altering car accident a year after winning Olympic Gold.

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