The Powerlist

Despite Injury Cole Keeps Her Eyes On Lofty Goals

Despite double shoulder reconstructive surgery Paralympic champion Ellie Cole continues to chase some lofty goals…

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GoPro VIDEO: Birmingham Southern with a swimmers-eye view music video

Take a ride-along with a swimmer on the move in this GoPro music video from the Birmingham Southern Panthers.

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Broncs freshman Sam Cramer named Athlete of the Month by Rider University

Cramer was chosen as Athlete of the Month after breaking the school record in the 1650 and nearly doing the same in the 500 free at the Big Al Open.

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Australian Olympic Trials Finalist Matthew Glucina Passes Away

2008 Olympic Trials finalist Matthew Glucina passed away last week at 28 years old.

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SDSU’s Kocourek, USD’s Hertting Capture Weekly Diving Awards

South Dakota State’s Clark Kocourek and South Dakota’s Greysen Hertting were named The Summit League’s Divers of the Week for their performances Jan. 10-11.

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Minnesota men, women drop just one event each in rout of Hawaii

Minnesota’s #10 women and #20 men won big in the midst of their combined training trip, while unranked Hawaii finished its last tune-up meet before its conference championships.

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Pete Williams Discusses New Role With Mercersburg; New Facility for Storied School

Pete Williams will be stepping down as head coach at Mercersburg, but he will still hold a full-time role at the school.

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WKU Men and Women Top Florida Atlantic

The Western Kentucky University swimming and diving team opened 2014 with a dominating performance against Florida Atlantic, as the women won 155-88 and the men won by a score 132-105.

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Cornell Men and Women beat Colgate

With a tough week behind them, Cornell took on Colgate to bounce back from a tough loss from Yale.

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Radford Wins 2nd OW National Championship in Two Days in New Zealand

Kane Radford took an opportunistic win in the 5km race in New Zealand on Sunday.

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Harvard Women Take Down Ivy Foes Brown at Blodgett Pool

It was Senior Day at Blodgett Pool as the Harvard Crimson hosted the Brown Bears. Photo of senior relays courtesy of Harvard Swim & Dive via Twitter.

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University Of Toronto Defeats McMaster In Dual Meet

Canadian World Championship team members Chris Manning and Zach Chetrat also helped secure UofT’s victory with a combined total of three individual wins..

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You’ll Hear Kenyon Roar – Florida Training Trip

The Kenyon swimming & diving team just returned home from Sarasota, FL, where they had enough time on their hands to put together a music video to go with Katy Perry’s “‘Roar.”

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Towson Swimming wins 9th dual meet

For the first time since the 2003-04 season, the Towson University men’s swimming team has won nine dual meets in a season, following a 183-115 victory over George Mason at Burdick Pool on Saturdayafternoon.

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New Paltz Results for RIT and Geneseo at Tri-Meet

Sophomore Rod Taskindoust (New City, N.Y./Clarkstown North) posted two top-six finishes, touching third in the 200 freestyle (1:50.00) and sixth in the 500 freestyle (5:16.97).

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