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IOC to Pursue African Cities as Host of 2022 Youth Olympic Games

The IOC is going to try and elect an African host for the 2022 Youth Olympic Games at its upcoming session in Buenos Aires in October.

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Britain’s Wilby & Burnell Take On Colorado Springs OTC

James Wilby (right) and Jack Burnell recently documented their experience training at the United States’ Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

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Sjöström, Christiansen Among Participants at Bergen Swim Festival

Sarah Sjöström will be an elite presence at the 2018 Bergen Swim Festival in April.

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Marco Orsi, Ilaria Bianchi to Join Detti at Miglio D’Oro

Orsi holds 8 Italian Records, including the 50 free in both short course and long course meters.

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WATCH: Finals Races from the 2017 Budapest World Championships

The 2017 World Championships in Budapest featured the world’s top athletes racing head-to-head; now, you can go back in time…

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Swimming South Africa Establishes High Perf Academy In Pretoria

Swimming South Africa announced the organization recently signed a Momorandum of Agreement with Tyger Valley College Pretoria for the establishment of a High Performance Schools Swimming Academy.

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Germany’s Isabel Härle and Hendrik Feldwehr announce retirement

At last weekend’s German National Team Championships, Isabel Härle and Hendrik Feldwehr jumped a last time into the pool to…

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Olympian Ariana Kukors Accuses Former Coach Sean Hutchison of Sexual Abuse

2012 Olympian Ariana Kukors says Sean Hutchison, her former coach, began sexually abusing her at the age of 16.

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Iranian Olympic Swimmer Injured, Wife Killed in Car Crash

Former Olympic swimmer Hamid Mobarrez was severely injured in a car crash, and his wife was killed, in January in New…

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IOC Delivers “New Norm” to Make Olympics Affordable & Legacy-Oriented

Today the IOC unveiled “The New Norm,” a list of 118 reforms aimed at making the Olympic Games more affordable and legacy-oriented for future host cities.

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Brazilian Swimming Pioneer Arthur Carepa Dies

Brazilian legend Arthur Sampaio Carepa died last Friday night in Belem, Brazil at 95 years old. He was hospitalized a month…

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IPC Announces 6 Fewer Events for Tokyo, Same Number of Athletes as Rio

The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will feature six fewer swim races in total than in Rio.

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South African Chad Le Clos Eyes Commonwealth Games History

South African Olympian Chad Le Clos is on the hunt for his 3rd consecutive 200m butterfly title at this year’s Commonwealth…

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Kirsty Coventry Appointed IOC Athletes’ Commission Chairperson

Zimbabwean Olympic legend Kirsty Coventry is adding another feather in her post-retirement accomplishment hat, as the 34-year-old has been appointed Chairperson of the IOC’s Athletes’ Commission.

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