Muffat Sets Textile Best on Canet Day 1

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Telegraph: Magnussen on Lockdown Til London

Magnussen is getting ready to focus. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Picks: Adrian Favored in 100, But Will Phelps Swim Finals?

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Dave Finally Gets to Edit the Column

David: Hey Gary, thanks for going on vacation, I look forward to deleting all the jokes that I never understand.


How can I change how I feel before I race?

Dear Katrina, How can I change how I feel before I race? GET IN YOUR BODY AND FEEL GREAT. BOOST…

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Matt Targett, Australian Olympic 4×100 Insider Info

Matt Targett, Aussie 4×100 Relay World Champion, gives insight into Team USA’s chances at the London Olympics. (photo: presswire)


Pelton Tops 200 Back to Close GSC Invite

Liz Pelton looks good just a few weeks out of Trials.

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Tennessee Assistant Jen Woodruff Steps Down

Tennessee’s Jennifer Woodruff won’t return from her maternity leave next season. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Sprint News 6/5/12: Wisconsin Ends an Era; First Olympic Invites Confirmed

Times are changing in Madison; All-American Ashley Wanland is graduating, and a decade-old rivalry will end next season.

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Alabama Adds Another Alum to Coaching Staff

Alabama has added another assistant to their roster, and it’s another alum from the heyday for Crimson Tide swimming in the…

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Portuguese Swimmer Gets ‘Warning’ After Asthma Meds Cause Positive Test

Portuguese teenager Gustavo de Almeida Madureira has received a warning from the disciplinary board of Portuguese Swimming after testing positive for a…

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The Weekend that Was in Swimming

Garrett McCaffrey helps you sort through what happened on one of the busiest racing weekends of the year.


Murphy Scares NAG Record to Beat Lochte in Gainesville

Day 2 of the 2012 Gator Swim Club Summer Invite, a low-key affair in Gainesville, Florida, saw a battle of…


Two-Time Gold Medalist Alice Tait Calls it a Career

Alice Tait (left) retired after three Olympic medals and two Olympic appearances.

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