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Rutgers Women, Columbia Men Each Pick Up A Win at Bucknell

Bucknell men’s team played host to Columbia over the weekend, while the women took on Rutgers in their home pool. Both teams fought hard but came away short of the win. Recap below.

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VIDEO: Gregg Troy talks about Florida-FSU dual, SECs and NCAAs

Coach Troy said his team is coming out of its toughest training block of the season and is focused on getting healthy before championship meets.

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Southern California Swimming Wins 2014 Pacific Coast All-Star Meet

The 2014 edition of the Pacific Coast All-Star meet, a unique event that pits some of the best age-group swimmers…

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Devin Burnett Garners First Weekly AAC Honor Of Season

“This is awesome,” head diving coach Jim Stillson said when he heard the news. “Devin’s performance this past weekend was excellent against tough competition from the SEC and the ACC.”

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FINA Names Ryan Lochte, Katie Ledecky 2013 Swimmers of the Year

Ryan Lochte has been named the FINA World Swimmer of the Year for the 2nd time in three years.

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Potential 8-lane, 50-meter University of Wisconsin pool removed from expansion plan

Wisconsin’s SERF building was originally proposed to have a new 50-meter competition pool with spectator seating, but the option was cut from the plans when the Athletic Department couldn’t commit to contributing to its funding.

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Grand Prixs, U.S. Open, Junior Nationals to Serve as Selection for Youth Olympics

Kaitlyn Jones was the most successful American at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games. See full 2014 selection criteria here.

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Sibling Rivalry: Coaching brothers pull prank in lead-up to Auburn-Florida State

FSU alum and Kamehameha Coach Kevin Flanagan poses with his state championship team, Auburn-clad thanks to his brother and co-head coach John.

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23-year-old Slovak wins Youth Olympic Games medal design competition

The modern-looking design will be on all the medals awarded at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

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Royals ink five to National Letters of Intent

We are very excited to welcome these tremendous student-athletes to the Royals family,” said head coach Jeff Dugdale. “Our future continues to be brighter by the day and these athletes help open the door for us to continue growing our program into the spring.”

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Marathon Swimmers Federation Publishes “Rules of Marathon Swimming” to Standardized Feats

Diana Nyad’s Cuba-to-Florida swim set the marathon swimming community on fire – some with excitement, and some with skepticism. A release of standard rules by the Marathon Swimmers’ Federation today furthers the debated.

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Burnett Finishes Third In Platform Dive On Final Day Of Georgia Diving Invite

Junior diver Devin Burnett finished third in the platform dive as he posted a score of 363.10 on the third and final day of the Georgia Diving Invite in Athens, Ga.

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Utah blacks out ASU in home Pac-12 showdown

Kristian Kron had a busy day, picking up three big wins for Utah.

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Ottesen Looking Forward To The 2014 Season

2013 was an interesting year for Danish swimming star Jeanette Ottesen…

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Swimming Australia Moves Further Down the Mine Shaft

Tommaso D’Orsogna is among the best swimmers to hail from Perth, Australia: an area that is seeing a renewed focus from the Australian Swimming community thanks to some timely partnerships.

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