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Hillsdale College Receives Commitment From Caroline Holmes

Freestyle and backstroke swimmer Caroline Holmes has committed to swim for DII Hillsdale College beginning fall 2020. She will join the school’s class of 2024

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New Hampshire State Champion Mason Pomroy Commits to University of Indianapolis

100 breaststroke and 500 freestyle NH DII State Champion Mason Pomroy has committed to swim for the University of Indianapolis beginning fall 2020.

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Lydia Ely Commits to DII Saginaw Valley State University for Fall 2020

Mid-Michigan Aquatics’ Lydia Ely has committed to swim for DII Saginaw Valley State University. The breaststroker will begin her collegiate career fall 2020.

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Jacob Clark Commits to DIII John Carroll University

Peninsula Wave Riders’ Jacob Clark has committed to swim for the OAC Champion team at John Carroll University. He will begin his swimming career fall 2020.

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Germany Joins Canada, Requests Postponement of 2021 World Championships

The German Swimming Federation has announced their desire to have the World Championships, currently slated for 2021, be pushed back until the following year.

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State of Swiss Federal Tribunal in Limbo as Sun Yang’s Appeal Deadline Passes

Last Saturday marked a month since Sun Yang was handed an eight-year ban – the deadline to appeal – but parts of the high court aren’t functioning as usual.

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A Sense of Where You Hope to Be

Robert Sullivan, a veteran of Time Inc. magazines, has contributed to SwimSwam. He has covered-for Sports Illustrated, Time, & LIFE magazines—nine Olympics.

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Swimming From Home Talk Show: Leah Gingrich on Maintaining Olympic Dreams at 30

As someone who took 6 years off, Gingrich is excited to see what she can do with another year in the pool after the announcement of the Olympic postponement

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NCAA Extends Recruiting Dead Period For All Sports Through May 31st

Previously set to expire on April 15, the NCAA has extended its in-person recruiting dead period through May 31 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bygones Of 2020 Olympic Trials: Irish Open Championships Edition

Check out a few of the key stories we were set to follow at this year’s Irish Open Championships, the OLY qualifier that would have begun today.

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Mental Health for Athletes: Yoga and Meditation Class Series

This series of meditation and yoga classes has been created to give athletes tools to help enhance their mental health…

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April Fools: FINA Votes for Dramatic Post-Olympic Changes to Breaststroke

FINA says that the changes will make the stroke more accessible to fans and increase the speed, and therefore excitement, of races.

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BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week: Bluefish Swim Club

This week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week is the Bluefish Swim Club of New England, a team that’s consistently earned USA Club Excellence recognition.

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Reuters: Tokyo 2020 Gave $8.2M To Businessman Who Gave Gifts To Olympic Broker

A new report from Reuters casts light on huge cash payments and expensive gifts involved in the selection of Tokyo as the 2020 Olympic hosts.

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Hayden’s Comeback, Loaded Women’s Field Would’ve Headlined Canadian Trials

The Canadian Olympic Trials were supposed to run this week, and there would’ve been no shortage of intriguing storylines.

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