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Jason Momoa Is Producing a Biopic On Legendary Swimmer Duke Kahanamoku

“Aquaman” star, Jason Momoa, is set to join a team of producers to create a biopic on Hawaiian Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku

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Where has the LCM Men’s 100 Free Gone 100 Years After the First Sub-1:00 Swim?

100 years ago today, the 1:00 barrier was broken in the men’s 100 freestyle for the first time as Johnny Weissmuller swam a 58.6.

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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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Duke Kahanamoku Featured on American Masters Documentary Series

Five time Olympian and world-renowned surfer Duke Kahanamoku is featured on the latest episode of “American Masters”, a PBS documentary series.

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100 Years Ago Today: Johnny Weissmuller Makes His Competitive Swimming Debut

On August 6, 1921, Johnny Weissmuller began what would be seven years of dominance in the pool at the AAU Championships in Duluth, Minnesota.

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Goosebumps Moments in Sports

Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr., 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club co-founder. As swimmers,…

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Australia Creates Olympic Sportsmanship Award in Honor of Cecil Healy

The Australian Olympic Committee has today announced a move to create a Sportsmanship Award in honor of legendary 1912 Stockholm Olympic swimming gold medalist Cecil Healy – and it coincides with the 100th anniversary of his death.

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What Was Swimming Like 100 Years Ago?

Let’s take a bit of a break from wondering what 2016 will bring by looking back to what our swimming lives would have been like 100 years ago.

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Duke Kahanamoku, Father of Surfing, on Today’s Google Doodle

Duke Kahanamoku, Father of Surfing and Five Time Olympic Medalist in Swimming, and his brother Sam.

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Swimming the Pacific – Hawaii’s Kaiser true to the roots

Linda Kaiser of Hawaii is one of only 4 women ever inducted into the prestigious Hawaii Waterman’s Hall of Fame (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)

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Top 10 Coolest eBay Swimming Souvenirs of the Week: July 21st, 2013

This ticket from the 1936 Summer Olympics would have earned the holder rights to see the women’s 100 meter final. (Photo: eBay)

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What is the Most Valuable Piece at the International Swimming Hall of Fame

“Olga Dorfner was a Philadelphia beauty who brought glamour to the World of Swimming. She was featured in “Vanity Fair” and in the Sunday supplements as the cover girl bathing queen of her day.” (Photo Credit: ISHOF)

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The Lightning Round. Or is it Round of Lightning…

Interesting topics discussed by uninteresting people, with twists and turns along the way. Terrible stuff: Come on, let’s go!

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