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IPC Announces Paris 2024 Paralympic Program Will Match 2020

The sports represented at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris, France, will match those at the 2020 games in Toyko,…

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Summer Nats Announced as USAS Selection Meet for 2019 World Jr Champs

Andrew Abruzzo (above) swept the boys’ 400, 800, and 1500 meter freestyles at the 2019 World Junior Championships in Indianapolis.

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The ISL USA Is Officially Up And Running

The newly formed representation company of the ISL – the ISL USA – is charged with staging spectacular Semifinals and Grand Finals at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, and assisting the new US clubs in their operations, including scouting talent, signing athletes and running their own swimming meets.

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Power-5 NCAA Schools Vote For Mental Health Resources, Agent Reform

Representatives from the five major NCAA conferences voted this week to require schools to make mental health services and resources available for student-athletes, and also to move forward with reforms on rules about student-athletes relationships with agents.

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Legendary Pennsylvania High School Coach Gwen Whildin Dies

Legendary Pennsylvania high school swimming coach Gwen Whildin died on January 21st, 2019 at her home in Pompano Beach, Florida of complications…

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Nathan Adrian Diagnosed With Testicular Cancer, Still Eyeing Tokyo

Three-time U.S. Olympian Nathan Adrian has been diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 30. He broke the bad news on social media Thursday, along with a message of hope for fans and an affirmation that he will continue training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, aiming to be back in the water in a few weeks:

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Three Swimmers Named 2019 NCAA Today’s Top 10 Honorees

12-time All-American Luke Kaliszak, who swam at Alabama, was one of three swimmers out of the ten total athletes honored by the NCAA.

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Integrity Committee Makes 12 Recommendations For USOC

The Committee to Restore Integrity has published a list of recommendations for the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) to “create an athletes first culture at the U.S. Olympic movement.”

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Power 5 Conferences Will Meet, Vote On Proposals This Week

Representatives from the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will meet this week to discuss 11 proposals ranging from mental health services for athletes to rules on sports agents for college athletes. The meeting is part of the autonomy process for the so-called “power 5” conferences, now in its fifth year.

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WISCA Polls: Madison W. and Madison Edgewood Lead Week Seven

There wasn’t much movement this week in the WISCA boys polls. Only slight changes were highlighted in both divisions. Division…

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Fosters Surge, But St. Xavier Boys, Mason Girls Win SW Ohio Classic

Brothers Carson Foster and Jake Foster combined for four individual meet records, but it wasn’t enough to take down Ohio powerhouse St. Xavier at…

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First Newspaper Journalist Inducted Into Swimming Hall of Fame Dies

Frank Litsky, a sportswriter for The New York Times and the first newspaper journalist to be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame has died at the age of 92.

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Townley Haas Posts 1:48 200 Free at Longhorn Invite Night 2

Haas is now just inside the world top 15 with that time.

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Stockton, California Swim Coach Arrested on Sexual Assault Charges

Stockton, California swim coach Shunichi Fujishima appeared in court this week on charges that he had sexual contact with a minor….

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Calendar Revealed, Athletes Invited for 2019 FINA Champions Series

The FINA series, which seems to be a direct response to the ISL series, will run in late spring 2019 and have a ton of prize money on the line.

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