Dorina Szekeres

After Not Racing Regular Season, Katinka Remains on Iron Roster for ISL Playoff

Katinka Hosszu was a presence in the team box throughout the ISL regular season, but didn’t actually swim any races for the league’s #8 team.

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Kromowidjojo, Iron GM Szekeres Talk Skins Dominance, Play-In Match Approach

Kromo also reveals that to her surprise, getting through 3-rounds of butterfly skins was actually easier than 3 rounds of freestyle.

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Team Iron Hires Luka Gabrilo as ISL Season Three Head Coach

Israeli National Team head coach Luka Gabrilo will take over as Team Iron’s head coach for the International Swimming League Season Three this year.

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ISL Announces Head Coaches For Season 2

Dave Salo will coach one of the new clubs, the Tokyo Frog Kings, during the ISL’s second season.


ISL’s IRON Unveil New Logo for Season 2 of the League

IRON has upgraded their logo to include an image of a dragon in addition to the familiar version of the word-mark that served as the team’s identity in 2019.


20 Hoosiers Earn Scholar All-America Honors

Twenty Indiana University swimmers and divers were honored as Scholar All-Americans for the 2014-15 season, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced this week.

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College Swimming Previews: NCAA Champ Snodgrass Leads #12 Indiana Women Into New Era

Indiana’s Brooklynn Snodgrass (right) will lead the Hoosiers through a year of transition as they have big graduations, but also a fantastic incoming freshman class.


Women of Indiana Hand Purdue Their First Dual Meet Loss Of The Season

Indiana hands Purdue their first dual meet loss of the season.

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Louisville’s Kylliainen Marks 4:07 400 IM at SMU Classic: One of Several Nation-Leaders on Day 1

Day 1 of the SMU classic is the fastest session of racing we’ve seen thus far in the 2013-2014 season.


2013-2014 College Swimming Previews: #11 Indiana Women Have Patched Holes, But Still Lack Depth

Giant heads are not very hydrodynamic, but the Hoosiers women still had a great NCAA Championship meet in 2013. (Photo: Tim Binning/

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