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Summer Swim Teams – Summer League Swimming Love – Featured Video

Summer League Swimming is the cultural bridge to year-round swimming, that first step toward loving the sport. (Image courtesy of Robert Lawrence)

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Junior National Teamer Alexandra Meyers Commits to Stanford

Alexandra Meyers of the Schroeder YMCA has become the latest commitment to Greg Meehan’s Stanford class. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Steve Barnes Hired As 3rd Penn State Assistant; Simpson Named Wabash Coach

Wabash College and Penn State both got new coaches on Monday.

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What Is It About Swimming That We Love? An Essay By Jennifer J.

If you had to explain why you love swimming to someone who had never swum, what would you say? (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Former USA Swimming National Champion Gillian Ryan Commits to Michigan

North Baltimore’s Gillian Ryan has committed to the University of Michigan. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Junior World Championships Finalist Teddy Kalp Commits to Indiana

Teddy Kalp, a finalist at the 2013 World Junior Championships, has committed to Indiana. (Photo: Teddy Kalp)

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Michael Andrew to Compete at The Fastest Man in Texas Shootout

Michael Andrew, the youngest professional swimmer ever, is racing at The Fastest Man in Texas Shootout in San Antonio, Texas, Saturday, November 9th, for a chance to win $10,001. (Image courtesy of TA)

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Engine Swimwear Drives into USA Market With New Head Designer

After recently launching into North America, Australian born company Engine has recently appointed revered designer Britta Cabanos to head up their Design Department as Swimwear Design Director. Britta will join former champion, USA Olympic swimmer Roque Santos, Director & Partner of Engine USA. (Image courtesy of Engine)

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Kelley McCallum Added to Miami Hurricane Coaching Staff

Andy Kershaw, who will be in his first year as head coach at the University of Miami after a long assistant stint at SMU, has chosen a new assistant coach.

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Franklin, Lochte Named USOC Athletes of the Month for August

Missy Franklin’s 6 World Championship gold medals in Barcelona were the most ever won by a woman. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)

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Opinion: Nyad’s Legit

Diana Nyad in the water off Cuba during her second Cuba to Florida attempt of 2011 (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)

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Canadian Swimmer Receives 11-Month Suspension For Substances Not on Label or WADA Prohibited List

Canada’s Dmitry Shulga has been hit with an 11-month suspension under very unusual circumstances.

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New Trier HS Girls Begin Quest for State Championship 4 Peat

After graduating an impressive class, including three Division I signees, New Trier is reloaded and looking to extend their streak.

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Ning Zetao Breaks National Record in 50 Free in Prelims on Day 6 of Chinese Games

Ning Zetao Broke the Asian Record in the 50 free in prelims, but couldn’t match it in the semi-finals on Monday. (Stock Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Jackson and Heims take Gatorman titles at La Jolla Rough Water

Jessica Heim pulled off a three-peat at La Jolla. (Photo: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)

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