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Former National Team Coach Bennett Enters Circle of Excellence

Courtesy: Swimming Canada In a career cut short by cancer, Randy Bennett coached Olympic, world championship and Commonwealth Games medalists….

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Blueseventy Swim of the Week: Seto Takes Over SC IM Throne

When one thinks of IM streaks, the first names to come to mind are Michael Phelps (winner of four straight Olympic 200 IM titles from 2004 to 2016) and Ryan Lochte (winner of four straight long course world titles from 2009 to 2015). But Perhaps the unheralded third member of the IM dynasty trio is Daiya Seto, who has now won three straight short course world titles in the 400 IM.

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Se batieron 6 récords venezolanos en el campeonato del mundo

El equipo que representó a Venezuela en el mundial de curso corto en Hangzhou logró 6 nuevos récords nacionales, todos ellos conseguidos por Jeserik Pinto, Mercedes Toledo e Isabella Paez.

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Pac 12 Mid-Season Analysis: No Surprises at the Top

Now that all the major mid season invites are complete, pretty much every team in the country has had a…

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Windle, Reedy Clinch Titles as Winter Diving Trials Wrap Up

Jordan Windle captured the Winter Trials title in the men’s platform with 796.85 total points, while Lauren Reedy was crowned champion in the women’s 3-meter with 592.30 overall points.

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After 95 Years, Swimming Times Magazine Will Shutter in 2019

The magazine stood as one of the oldest institutions in the sport.

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Northwestern to Make B1G Moves with Combined Programs (Video Report)

Since the arrival of Jeremy Kipp and his staff to Northwestern, the men’s and women’s teams have noticed a difference in culture. Not to mention that now they’re 1 team instead of 2. 

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2018 Swammy Awards: Canadian Female Athlete of the Year Taylor Ruck

Ruck shined at two of the biggest meets at the halfway point in the Olympiad, the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs, most notably claiming 200 free gold at both.

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Scheffer Breaks South American 200 Free Record To Close Brazil Open

Fernando Scheffer dropped a 1:45.51 swim in the men’s 200 freestyle for a new Continental Record.

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USA Swimming Updates Public Reporting Policies for Banned Coaches

The new policies, which USA Swimming says are designed to put their reporting more in line with the US Center for Safe Sport, will see coaches added to the public banned lists earlier in the process.

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Lausanne Day 2: Ruck & Sanchez Each Top Hosszu

Taylor Ruck of Canada got her hand on the wall first in the women’s 100m back final in Lausanne, relegating Hungarian Katinka Hosszu to silver.

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Peaty to FINA: ‘Ban Me… They Know They Can’t’

British world and Olympic champion breaststroker Adam Peaty took a bold shot at the international swimming federation, telling BBC Sport that FINA knows it can’t ban its athletes without losing support.

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FINA Denies That It Threatened Bans, Solicited Money From ISL

On the heels of the International Swimming League (ISL) Summit, FINA has released a statement correcting what it calls “inaccuracies” – chief among them, FINA denies that it threatened athletes with competition bans and that it requested $50 million from the ISL to approve their meet.

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WATCH: Swim Cup Lausanne Live Stream

The 2018 Swim Cup Lausanne is broadcasting live on Thursday, December 20 and Friday, December 21.

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Brea Aquatics Sprinter Ariel Wooden Commits to Iowa Hawkeyes

At the 2018 CIF – Central Section DII Championships, representing Ayala, Wooden was a finalist in both of her individual races, placing 4th in the 50 free and 6th in the 100 free.

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