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Aussies With A Comfortable Lead After Day One In Perth

With the first day of the BHP Billiton Super Series in the books the Australians hold a comfortable lead over Japan in the overall points race…

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Other Opinion: Student-Athletes deserve more, but union might not be the best fix

While a labor union could be a step in the right direction, it could also threaten the existence of non-revenue sports. Allowing athletes to make money themselves might be a more fair way to give athletes their dues.

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Duke, North Carolina Clash Saturday at Taishoff

Duke will conclude their regular season at home against the UNC Tar Heels.

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Oakland travels to IUPUI Saturday for regular season finale

The Golden Grizzlies will then prepare for the 2014 Horizon League Championship Feb. 26-March 1

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DI Navy Sinks JHU

Competing against DI Navy and led by the powerful trio of Bogdanovski, Kitayama and Greenhalgh, the Johns Hopkins Jays posted some fast times in the meet on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overwhelm the Mids, and Navy triumphed, 137-123 (W) and 135-119 (M).

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Claire Donahue Set for 3-Week Training Trip at New Zealand High Performance Center

U.S. Olympian Claire Donahue is in the midst of a month in South Florida, and next up she’ll take a three week training trip to New Zealand.

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Grand European Tour Marches Onward to Nice International Meeting

Hungary’s World Swimmer of the Year Katinka Hosszu will be back in action this weekend in Nice, France.

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Getting HYPed for the Princeton-Yale-Harvard Triangular Meet This Weekend

Princeton, Yale and Harvard are gearing up for their annual rivalry, which takes place this weekend in New Haven, Connecticut.

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Start List, Live Results for 2014 BHP Aquatic Super Series

World Champion James Magnussen is among the stars who will race at the 2014 BHP Aquatic Super Series.

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Fred Bousquet’s Out for Season; Will Have Shoulder Surgery

Frenchman Fred Bousquet is out at least through April’s French Championships, which likely means no European Championship bid for the former Auburn standout.

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USA Swimming “Currently Not Considering” Opposition to New California Child Abuse Legislation

After Senator Jim Beall announced that he, along with several of his legislative counterparts in California, had sponsored a new…

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Adlington To Serve As Mentor For Six Young Athletes

British Swimming announced today that Rebecca Adlington will take an active role in helping to develop the next generation of British swimmers…

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Missouri Board of Curators Approves Hiring of Independent Counsel to Investigate Handling of Courey Case

The University of Missouri has hired independent counsel to investigate their handling of allegations of rape of a swimmer.

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HardCore Swim of the Week: Aimee Willmott Breaks English Record in 400 IM

The HardCoreSwim of the week goes to Aimee Wilmott from the UK for her record-breaking performance at last weekend’s Speedo Flanders Cup…

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New California Legislation Addresses USA Swimming’s Concerns With SB 131

Senator Jim Beall has introduced two new bills to the California legislature that address many of the ongoing concerns about the vetoed SB 131.

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