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Wearing Aqua Knuckles Helps Create Muscle Memory

Many of the fastest swimmers in the world train and race with their fingers slightly open. Open-finger swimming increases hand surface area…

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Cal Women Surge to #1 In Dec. 11 CSCAA Dual Meet Poll; Texas Men Still Lead

The California women overtook Florida in what’s been a tumultuous season for CSCAA rankings. Cal is the third women’s team to earn a #1 ranking this year.

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Max McHugh Leads B1G Men’s Weekly Honors

Wolverines’ Todd, Gophers’ McHugh, Nittany Lions’ Raisanen claim weekly Big Ten men’s awards.

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MacNeil Highlights B1G Women’s Swimming and Diving Weekly Honors

Wolverines’ MacNeil and Sims, along with Gophers’ Zhu earn weekly awards.

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Amy Tang Blasts 48.3 100 Free To Move Into #10 All-Time In 15-16 Age Group

Amy Tang hit three personal best times at the Husky Invite, including a 48.34 in the 100 freestyle to rank her 10th all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group.

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Aussies Sticking To Plan Of Olympic Trials Closer To Actual Event For 2020

Gold Medalist Kyle Chalmers will see the 2020 Olympic Trials for Australia be held at his home pool, the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre.

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All the Links You Need to Follow 2019 Speedo Winter Juniors East

Here is all the information you need to follow the action at the 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East in Atlanta, Georgia.

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All the Links You Need to Follow 2019 Speedo Winter Juniors West

All the information you need to follow the action at the 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – West in Federal Way, Washington.

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Stony Brook, VMI Claim America East Weekly Awards

Stony Brook’s Michal Liberman and VMI’s Jack Sheehan were awarded America East Female and Male Swimmer of the Week.

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Masse, Rivard Headline Swimming Canada Annual Awards

Kylie Masse became the first Canadian to defend a World Championship title in 2019 en route to being named Swimming Canada’s Swimmer of the Year.

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Practice + Pancakes: Queens University Works Through “Recovery” Day

Queens has become known for producing talent that would challenge for DI national titles, so I was excited to see the kind of work they do for myself.

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Here Are the 10 Swimmers Who Impressed Us Most Last Weekend

After dropping a 58.63 in the 100 back at the U.S. Open, beating Regan Smith in the process, we will be hearing a lot more about Phoebe Bacon.

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From Glasgow To Edinburgh, Anderson, Scott, McLay & Dean Take On Scottish Nats

Straight out of the European Short Course Championships, 200m free silver medalist from Glasgow Duncan Scott will compete once again.

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Efimova: ‘Rules Must Be Applied Equally To All Athletes, Not Just Russians’

Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova says she shouldn’t be punished a second time for a doping ban she served five years ago, speaking to Russian media.

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India Races To Overall Top Medal Count At 2019 South Asia Games

Kushagra Rawat of India was one of the nation’s multiple medal winners at the 2019 South Asia Games, which just concluded its swimming action from Nepal.

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