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Dara Torres To Headline Keiser University’s Aquatic Center Community Leader Dinner

The Community Leaders Dinner will be headlined by 12-time Olympic Medalists Dara Torres and Ryan Lochte.

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Torres, Lochte Headline Keiser University’s Aquatic Center Community Leader Dinner

Keiser University will host its Aquatic Center Community Leader Dinner Event on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at its Flagship Campus in West Palm Beach, FL.

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4-Time Olympian Allison Schmitt Begins 6-Month Recovery from Surgery

Allison Schmitt, a four-time Olympian and 10-time Olympic medalist, is beginning a six-month recovery process after undergoing successful surgery last week.

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Elaine Breeden is Inducted into Stanford’s First All-Female Hall of Fame Class

Stanford Athletics celebrated Title IX’s 50th anniversary by inducting its first all-female Hall of Fame class, including 2008 Olympic swimmer Elaine Breeden.

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Caeleb Dressel, Jessica Long, Brad Snyder Join Ledecky as 2022 ESPY Award Winners

In addition to Katie Ledecky’s two awards, swimmers Caeleb Dressel, Jessica Long, and Brad Snyder also took home honors at the 2022 ESPY Awards.

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The *Theoretical* Fastest Mixed Freestyle Relays of All-Time

In recent years, the Australians would’ve been capable of swimming a time nearly three seconds under the existing world record in the mixed 400 free relay.

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Dressel, Ledecky, Snyder, And Long Nominated For 2022 ESPY Awards

Ten-time Olympic medalist Katie Ledecky (pictured) has been nominated for both the Best Women’s Athlete and Best Women’s Olympian awards.

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With 5th World Championships Berth, Ledecky and Kalisz Join Exclusive List

Chase Kalisz and Katie Ledecky were selected to compete at their fifth World Championships later this summer, joining 13 Americans on an exclusive list.

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Has American Age Group Swimming Power Shifted East?

TAC Titans’ star Claire Curzan is one of a slew of USA Swimming stars that developed on the eastern seaboard and should make noise in Budapest next month.

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Kate Douglass Is First To Win Individual NCAA Titles In Three Different Strokes

Douglass is the first swimmer, man or woman, to win individual events across three different strokes, not factoring n individual medley races.

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Dara Torres’ Surprising Advice for Older Swimmers & More On Champion’s Mojo

Torres speaks on how athletes can strike a balance between normal discomfort and understanding the constraints of aging on the Champion’s Mojo Podcast.

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Former U.S. National Team Director Mark Schubert Announces Retirement

Schubert served on eight Olympic coaching staffs, won three NCAA team titles and was USA Swimming’s National Team Director from 2006 until 2010.

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Abbey Weitzeil Record Americano 50 Stile Libero Vasca Corta 23.44

Abbey Weitzeil ha abbassato di un centesimo il suo record americano nei 50 stile libero femminili (SCM) con il tempo di 23.44.

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Abbey Weitzeil Slices .01 Off American Record In SCM 50 Free – 23.44

Weitzeil downed her previous American Record of 23.45 set last season in Budapest en route to winning the 50 free over Energy Standard’s Sarah Sjostrom.

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La Classifica Dei Nuotatori Paralimpici Più Decorati Della Storia

La classifica dei nuotatori con più medaglie alle Paralimpiadi vede quattro donne nelle prime cinque posizioni. Tra queste Jessica Long

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