Watch The Transformation Herning Facility Live

Just 12 days before the Jyske Bank Boxen facility in Herning, Denmark will host the 2013 European Short Swimming Championships in…

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Olympic Champion Megan Jendrick Retires

Megan Jendrick, one of the United States’ most beloved Olympians, has officially retired. She won two gold medals at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney; in the 100 breaststroke and as a member of the women’s 4×100 medley relay. At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing Jendrick netted a third Olympic medal, a silver.


France With 53, Russia With 40 for 2013 European Short Course Championships

The French team, less Yannick Agnel, will have a monumnetal roster for the 2013 European Junior Championships.

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Jon Rudd, Graham Wardell to Lead English and Scottish Commonwealth Games Teams

Despite saying in an interview with SwimVortex earlier this week that his most famous charge, Ruta Meilutyte, would be taking her…


Another Impressive Field Slated for Dubai World Cup in October

Katinka Hosszu broke 6 World Records in the first two stops of the 2013 FINA World Cup Series


Raia Rapida Picks: An International Selection Panel Weighs In

Eugene Godsoe and the Americans won the Raia Rapida in 2012, and since then Godsoe has gotten very, very fast.

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Greenwood Leaves Stirling for Para-Swimming Position

Rob Greenwood has been the Head Coach of the Stirling Intensive Training Centre for the last five years and today…

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Cochrane and Caldwell Honoured; Reimer Inducted into Hall of Fame

The British Columbia Swim Coaches Association and Swim BC held a joint awards banquet on September 21st in Whistler. The…

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Dugonjic Returns to Cal to Join Post-Grad Group

Slovenian swimmer Damir Dugonjic will be returning to his university stomping grounds in Berkley joining the powerful and star studded…


Brooklynn Snodgrass Named Alberta Junior Swimmer of the Year

Brooklynn Snodgrass has been named the Canadian Junior Swimmer of the Year.

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French Coach Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Sexually Assaulting Swimmer

French coach Alexis Pannier was sentenced to 8 years in prison for sexual abuse of a former swimmer beginning when she was 14 years old.

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2013-2014 Canadian Nationals Standards Remain Unchanged

On Friday, Swimming Canada released their qualifying times for this year’s championship meets including Age Group Nationals, Eastern Nationals, Western…

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Rikke Moller Pedersen Makes a Change of Address

Danish swimming superstar Rikke Moller Pedersen has had some major changes in the last year and on Saturday announced another…


Chalmers Dips Under 50 Seconds in 100 Free (SCM) in Canberra

The Australia State Team Championships saw more meet records fall on day 2.


Hayden and Ocean Falls Swim Team Head to BC Sports Hall of Fame

Brent Hayden and the 1965 Ocean Falls Swimming Team were amongst the newest inductees into the BC Sports Hall of…


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