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India’s First-Ever Olympic Swimmer Passes Away At 87

India’s first-ever Olympic swimmer has passed away, as Shamsher Khan died of cardiac arrest on Sunday, October 15th at the age of 87.

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Ironman World Record Holder Out After Bike Crash Days Before Race

Tim Don, world’s fastest Ironman, out for World Championships after bike crash.

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14,000 Tickets Sold Two Months Out from 2017 European SC Championships

14,000 tickets have been sold for the first sporting event at the Royal Arena.

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LEN Announces Gianni Minervini as New Executive Director

Ligue Européenne de Natation (LEN) announced Thursday the promotion of Gianni Minervini as its new Executive Director.

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British Swimming Apologizes For ‘Culture Of Fear’ Within Para Swimming

As a follow-up to a story originally reported back in March of this year, the results of an independent inquiry into allegations of bullying and an overall ‘culture of fear’ cultivated by the coaching staff of British Para Swimming have now been released.

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FINA Media Committee Member Hans-Peter Sick Passes Away

FINA Media Committee member Hans-Peter Sick has passed away. The German national joined the FINA Media Committee in 2013 and was…

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Why The Power of the Surge Matters in Swimming

What most coaches don’t realize is that each stroke has an underwater phase…or at least it should.

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IMSHOF Announces 2018 Honorees

The International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame announces its 2018 honorees.

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Dale Neuburger on FINA, Conflict of Interest, and Transparency, Part 3

In the final article following our interview with FINA VP Dale Neuburger, we delve into transparency, conflict of interest allegations, and the measures Neuburger has taken to avoid controversy.

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472 New Swim Jobs You Might Love

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Rosters for 2017 Raia Rapida Finalized; Team USA Has West Coast Vibe

Anthony Ervin will be back to anchor Team USA once again at the 2017 Raia Rapida meet.

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8 Swimming Milestones You Will Never Forget

Here are 8 common milestones that every competitive swimmer will pass during their journey within the sport.

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Meilutyte & Seto Spend Time Under Aussie Coach Bohl At Griffith

Lithuanian Olympic champion from 2012, Ruta Meilutyte, and Japanese Olympic medalist in Rio, Daiya Seto, have both been training in the Gold Coast at Griffith University.

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Euro Juniors Gold Medalist Umitcan Gures Verbally Commits to Harvard

Umitcan Gures, Euro Juniors gold medalist in the 50 meter butterfly, has announced his verbal commitment to Harvard for 2018-19.

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