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Watch Cameron Van Der Burgh Win Gold In One Of His Last Races Ever

In his most recent race before announcing his impending retirement, South African Olympic gold medalist Cameron van der Burgh showed the world why he’s been on top for so long.

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Mizuno Signs American Olympic Medalist Blake Pieroni

Olympic champion Pieroni elects Mizuno as first professional contract, becoming the first swimmer on the Mizuno USA Athlete Roster.

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Backstroker Casey Chung Stays Local, Sends Verbal to Michigan for 2020

Club Wolverine’s Casey Chung announced her verbal commitment to the University of Michigan’s class of 2024 via a November Instagram post….

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Olivia Smoliga Leads Off Medley Relay In 50 Back American Record

Olivia Smoliga broke the American Record in the 50 back leading off the 4×50 medley relay.

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Longhorn Pros, Cody Miller, and More Expected at KMSC Pro-Am Classic

Madisyn Cox just won titles in the 200 IM and 400 IM Winter National Championships in Greensboro a couple weeks ago, and she will compete in the same four races in which she did in Greensboro: both IM’s and the 100/200 breast.

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Nunawading Wins Victoria’s Age Championship

Nunawading was crowned Optus 2019 Victorian Age Championships title winner on Tuesday night.

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Kenyon Women and Men Overtake Emory for #2 Spots in CSCAA DIII Ranks

Perrenial contender Kenyon College inched closer to the top if the DIII ranks in the CSCAA’s December addition.

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Horton, Campbell Sisters, Larkin Reveal Their Toughest Sets Ever

Ever tried a 4k IM on for size? Mitch Larkin of Australia has! Check out what he and some of his elite Aussie teammates reveal as their toughest sets ever!

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Winter Juniors East vs West; Which Meet Was Faster?

Winter Juniors wrapped up this past weekend. Both meets featured some exceptional swimming, but was one clearly better than the other?

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Olympian Sam Dorman Retires from Competitive Diving

2016 Silver Olympic medalist Sam Dorman (Tempe, Ariz./Miami, Fla.) wrote a letter to his fans and the USA Diving community Wednesday announcing his retirement from competitive diving after a five-year career on the National Team.

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Danish Head Coach Dean Boles Announces Resignation

Less than 2 years out from the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Danish Swimming’s Head Coach Dean Boles has announced his resignation.

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Hugo Gonzalez Intends to Resurface in NCAA After Leaving VT for Spain

Gonzalez says that he’s waiting to hear back from Cal and Florida to potentially start studies in January, though it’s unclear yet if, should he be accepted and can start taking classes in January, he will be swimming as soon as next semester. 

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United States Advances SC World C’ships Medal Table Lead On Day 2

Olivia Smoliga’s win in the women’s 100m backstroke added another gold to the stars n’ stripes tally.

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Japanese Women’s 4×50 Medley Relay Steadily Improving At Worlds

The Japanese women’s 4x50m medley relay has steadily been making improvements over the years, finishing 8th in Doha at the 2014 FINA Short Course Championships, 7th in Windsor at the 2016 edition and now 4th place here in Hangzhou in a new National Record.

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FINA Athletes Committee Meets in Hangzhou

The FINA Athletes Committee met in Hangzhou over the past two days, alongside the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), and discussed plans to further develop all aquatics disciplines while making sure that athlete voices are heard within FINA’s decision-making processes.

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