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Fraser-Holmes Excluded From ISL Due To Missing Whereabouts Suspension

27-year-old Thomas Fraser-Holmes of Australia has learned he will be excluded from the new International Swim League (ISL) due to its zero tolerance on doping.

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Water Polo Arena Finalizing Preparations for 2019 Pan Ams in Lima

What’s on the line for this tournament? Direct qualification for the upcoming summer Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020.

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South African Jarryd Baxter Making Noise at NJCAA Indian River State

After just one semester at Indian River State College, Baxter has already set three new NJCAA records.

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WADA Expert Committee Will Return to Moscow this Week

WADA says that the issues with accessing the data from the former Moscow Laboratory has been resolved.

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Malaysian Government Blocking Israeli Para-Swimmer Visas for Worlds

Israeli para-swimmers are being denied visas to enter Malaysia for the 2019 World Para Swimming World Championships.

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Erin Gallagher Wins Multiple Medals at South African Grand Prix

Short Course World Championships finalist Erin Gallagher isn’t resting on her laurels, producing some solid early-2019 swims in Nelspruit.

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Indian National Record-holder Aryan Makhija Joins Auburn Mid-year

Indian national record-holder Aryan Makhija has joined Auburn University men’s swimming and diving team as a mid-season addition to the freshman class of 2022.

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WADA Hires Law Firm to Investigate Bullying Accusations

The World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has hired the law firm Covington & Burling to investigate accusations of bullying by athlete…

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2018 Swammy Awards: Top 10 Swims of the Year

As we wrap up our 2018 Swammy Awards, it’s time to look back at the top 10 swims of 2018.

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IOC Athletes Commission Releases Statement On RUSADA Missed Deadline

“As members of the IOC Athletes’ Commission, we are extremely disappointed and concerned by the fact that RUSADA has missed the deadline of 31 December 2018 to hand over the LIMS data from the Moscow laboratory to WADA,” reads a portion of the group’s statement.

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2019 Euro Meet to Kick Off New ‘LEN Swimming Cup’

The first two public commitments to the LEN Swimming Cup are Hungarians Katinka Hosszu (above) and David Verraszto.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torches To Use Recycled Aluminum From Fukushima

In addition to sourcing its Olympic Games’ medals by recycling discarded smartphones and other small consumer electronics, Tokyo 2020 organizers are also now planning to use recycled aluminum for the Olympic torches used in the pre-Games relay.

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Tokyo 2020 Says Overall Budget Figures Remain Unchanged

As we enter 2019, we can now officially say that the Tokyo Olympic Games are ‘next year’.

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Wilby, O’Connor, Scott Among Brits Headed To Arizona Altitude

Duncan Scott is among 18 British athletes headed to Flagstaff for altitude training this month.

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