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Second Russian Swimmer Provisionally Suspended

A second Russian has been handed a provisional suspension by FINA.

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Dutch Olympian Dion Dreesens Joins SwimMAC Carolina Training Group

David Marsh, Jeff Dugdale, and SwimMAC Carolina Team Elite have added another swimmer to their roster.

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FINA Applies Provisional Suspension to World Record Holder Yulia Efimova

In the first official recognition and acknowledgement that Russian superstar swimmer and World Record holder Yulia Efimova actually tested positive for…

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Allocco Sets Pool Record in New Paltz Win over Mt. St. Mary

Chelsea Allocco set the Elting Pool record in the 1,000 freestyle, as the State University of New York at New Paltz women’s swimming team cruised past Mount Saint Mary College.

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Arena and FINA take partnership to the next level through 2019

Global aquatic sports brand Arena has pulled off a major coup by landing the prestigious sponsorship of the swimming world’s governing body, FINA.

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Tera Bradham Named Wooden Citizenship Cup Semifinalist

Tera Bradham, a member of the University of Arkansas swimming and diving program, was named a semifinalist for the Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup. The award honors collegiate and professional athletes who best display character, teamwork and citizenship. Bradham was among 31 semifinalists to be honored.

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McEvoy Uses Physics To Stay Grounded And Balanced

Cameron McEvoy who is currently preparing for next week’s BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series has been spending a lot of time outside of the pool studying physics…

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Piranha Swim Team Robbed Overnight of $5,000 Worth of Equipment

According to the team’s website, the Piranha Swim Team in Palm Springs, California has been robbed of the equipment it…

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Magnussen Cruises To Final At Swimming WA Championships

James Magnussen eased through to the finals of the 100m freestyle at the 2014 Swimming WA State Open & Age Championships last night…

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Houston Swimming and Diving Signs Five for 2014-15 Class

“I am thrilled with our fall signees” said Rich Murphy. “Starting at UH a few days before classes began, we got a late start on building this fall class and we are excited to have built relationships with five outstanding student-athletes.”

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Jason Lezak & Seeds of Third Effort

Chuck Warner, the author and coach, is an old friend. Thoughtful and passionate about the sport, he has studied the…

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CSU faces Rival Wyoming

The Colorado State Rams prepare for their final out-of-state dual meet of the season on Saturday, traveling to Laramie, Wyo., to take on one of their fiercest rivals.

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UNCW’s Halonen Wins 5th CAA Swimmer of the Week Award of the Season

UNC Wilmington’s Valtteri Halonen has earned his 5th Swimmer of the Week award this year.

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8 Fun Facts about Park Tae Hwan

South Korea’s Park Tae-Hwan is the first Korean Olympic medalist in swimming, crowd-funds his training and has a no-fly policy with celebrity females. Here are 8 fun facts about South Korea’s elite freestyler.

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WKU Swim and Dive Closes Regular Season with Quad Meet

One final regular-season meet remains for the Western Kentucky University swimming and diving team, as the Hilltoppers and Lady Toppers take on Marshall, Vanderbilt and University of the Cumberlands this weekend at Bill Powell Natatorium.

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