Cullen Jones: “It has always been a dream of mine to bring the sport of swimming to a broader audience. The CJDI is designed to help support – and encourage – diversity in swimming by bringing together kids of all backgrounds and giving them the chance to compete in an elite event, all while raising money to support this important cause. It’s going to be a terrific event!”
“I’m very pleased with our performances this weekend,” Pirate head coach Rick Kobe said. “We had some outstanding swims and I’m very excited about the season ahead. We’ve got a very fast group and should have another outstanding year.”
Aoyama set season opener records in the 50-freestyle (23.36) and the 100-butterfly (54.95) on Saturday. Stephanie North previously held the season opener record in the 50 free, and Amber Boucher held the record in the 100 fly. Boucher’s record in the season opener was 56.33 until Saturday.
The golden boy of the London Olympics, and already a Dubai crowd favourite, South African Chad Le Clos, and Tunisian distance superstar Oussama Mellouli will be on hand to meet the children and sign autographs after the Children’s World Cup races on both Thursday 17 and Friday 18 October.
Missy Franklin and her freshman classmates dominated the show vs. Washington State at Spieker Aquatics Complex.
Washington State faced out fellow PAC-12 school Stanford at the Avery Aquatic Center Thursday afternoon. STOCK
Olympic icon and masters swimming world record holder, Rowdy Gaines, joins Olympic Champions Ricky Berens, Janet Evans, Garrett Weber-Gale, Gold Medal Mel Stewart and Olympic Coach David Marsh to host the most exclusive Fantasy Swim Camp in history.
Four-time Olympic medalist Cullen Jones, the Queen City Dolphins, and Speedo will host more than 500 swimmers from around the United States at the first-ever Cullen Jones Diversity Invitational (CJDI), a three-day, USA Swimming-sanctioned swim meet, held Oct. 11-13 at the Mecklenburg County Aquatics Center in Charlotte, N.C.
Swimming enthusiasts, including former Olympians, kayakers and volunteers will take part in Swim Across America’s eighth annual San Francisco Bay Area Open Water Swim, benefiting two Bay Area cancer research programs.
Diana Nyad (from the show): “There’s a Henry David Thoreau quote that really grips me hard and it says when you achieve your goals in life, it’s not what that gets you. But it’s who I am.”
Katie Hazelton has joined the Duke swimming and diving coaching staff as a volunteer assistant diving coach, as announced by head coach Dan Colella Wednesday, Oct. 2.
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The event will include swimmers of all ages and skill levels. Swimmers may participate in a 200 yard surf dash, a 1 mile swim or a 10k swim. All the swims will start and finish at Spanish River Park.
“The intrasquad meet was a good opportunity four our team to race, practice relay starts and do some team building,” Head Coach Steve Collins said. (Photo Courtesy Rachel Balke)
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