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South African Swimmer Bradley Tandy Inducted into NJCAA Hall of Fame

Before he went on to set records in the PAC-12 conference as an Arizona Wildcat, South African Olympian Bradley Tandy was a swimmer at National Junior College powerhouse Indian River State College where he set school and NJCAA records and earned the honor of the NJCAA Swimmer of the Year award.

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Josh Prenot in 3 finals at 2016 Fina World Cup, Dubai

FINA World Cup Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tuesday, October 4 to Wednesday, October 5 Hamdan Sports Complex, Dubai Prelims 10.00…

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Meet The 2016 South African Olympic Aquatics Team

Cameron van der Burgh will represent South Africa in Rio and will be joined by both veterans and newcomers alike.

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The 36 Most Valuable Swimmers at Men’s NCAAs: Part III

Jack Conger is a man of many talents. What will he do for the Longhorns this weekend?

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Arizona Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Teams Pick Up Verbal Commitments

Margo Geer is one of the few standouts left on the Arizona women’s swimming and diving team; The men still have plenty of firepower left after a phenomenal 2013-14 season.

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2013-2014 College Swimming Previews: Cordes Leads High-Powered Wildcats

2013 NCAA’s was Kevin Cordes’ coming out party. What will he do for an encore? (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)

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Ranking the 2013 NCAA Recruiting Classes: Men’s #8-#5

The Stanford men lost quite a few pieces off of last year’s team, but have picked up some immediate help. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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DSC’s Grams Closes Program With a Bang; Breaks 27-Year Old JuCo Record

The final day of the 2013 NJCAA Junior College National Championship Meet in Buffalo, New York saw another near sweep…

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Daytona State’s Ginny Grams Takes Second Win of NJCAA Nationals; Nakano Breaks Record

On day 3 of the 2013 NJCAA Junior College National Championships, Indian River further extended their lead. Once again, though,…

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Indian River Runs Through Competition on Day 2 of JuCo Nationals; Ginny Grams Blocks Event Sweep

Indian River is still well in control of the team championships after day two of the NJCAA Junior College National…

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Two Records Broken as Indian River Women Look for 30th-Straight Title

The 2013 NJCAA Junior College National Championships began today at Erie College in Buffalo, New York, and the defending champions…

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Bradley Tandy, 6 Months After Surgery, Finally Feeling Confident Again

The country’s best JuCo swimmer Bradley Tandy is feeling good again…like 19.7 good.

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Arizona Grabs Another Elite Sprinter Brindle; IM’er Maudslien

Carson Brindle gives Arizona a 4th elite sprinter in the class of 2017. (Photo Courtesy: carson-carsonbrindle.blogspot.com)

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Bradley Tandy, Top JuCo Recruit Ever? Makes College Choice

Swimming News: “Tandy’s going to have two years of eligibility left, but coming in with bests of 19.06 and 42.76, instantly becomes a National Championship contender.” (Swim Photo Credit: BFS)

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South African Momentum Halted on Final Day

The times in the last session of the meet was slow overall, though Karin Prinsloo finally sealed up her Olympic spot. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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