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The Ides of March

“Beware The Ides of March!” Had Julius Caesar not been a strong swimmer, we would never know the term – he would have died in 48 BCE and never lived to die on the Ides of March in 45 BCE.

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International Swimming Hall Of Fame Will Postpone Induction Ceremony

The 2016 ISHOF Induction Weekend has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict with the Copa America Soccer Tournament. It will now take place in October or November.

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City of Fort Lauderdale Votes To Terminate Aquatic Complex Re-Build

The City of Fort Lauderdale has voted to terminate their contract with Recreational Design and Construction (RDC) to rebuild the world famous Aquatic Complex.

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My Favorite Skill

Who in Swimming has influenced your life? Athlete Manager & Entrepreneur Emily White Chronicles her answer below.

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Stanford’s Gaughran Selected for Hall of Fame

Former Stanford swimming and water polo head coach Jim Gaughran has been selected for enshrinement into the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) as an Honor Coach.

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Anne Warner Cribbs named the 2015 ISHOF Gold Medallion Recipient

The Gold Medallion is ISHOF’s most prestigious honor and it will be presented at the 51st Annual Hall of Fame En- shrinement ceremonies at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California.

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Throwback Thursday Video: The Barefoot Boys of Tennessee, Clad In Coonskin Caps Rule SEC Swimming

Back in the 1970s, the University of Tennessee Swimming and Diving team was a force to be reckoned with in the SEC. The force behind the VOLS swimming program was Coach Ray Bussard.

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Swimming’s close tie to the Ed Sullivan Show – VIDEO FEATURE

Ed Sullivan, who was once engaged to swim star Sybil Bauer, hosted a delegation from the International Swimming Hall of Fame on his iconic television show.

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Fort Lauderdale Commissioners Vote on Whether New Aquatic Center Gets Green Light

During a City Hall meeting tonight (February 25, 2015), Fort Lauderdale commissioners will determine if the city will move ahead with a multi-million-dollar aquatic facility construction project.

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Before Foxcatcher: The story of the Swimming Hall of Fame and the John du Pont not depicted in FOXCATCHER, the movie

“The Carell character (playing du Pont) in the movie is not the man I knew,” said swim coach Frank Keefe, who walked out of the film before it ended in disgust. “The John du Pont I knew was my friend, a patriot and a hero…”

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The 7 Wonders of the Swimming Pool World

While some of these locations may not be the newest, the largest or the prettiest, they all have something in common: culture. Be it surviving a World War, or complementing a beach town, these locations have greatly influenced the shape of swimming as we see it now.

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Mother of Masters Swimming, June Krauser, Passes Away at 88 Years Old

Swimming News courtesy of Bruce Wigo / The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF).  June Krauser, a leading figure in…

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Open Water Swimmer and 2014 ISHOF Inductee Jon Erikson Passes Away At 59

International Swimming Hall of Fame Inductee, Jon Erikson, passed away on Monday, July 28th, at the age of 59 from…

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David Guthrie Headlines 2014 Class of The International Masters Swimming Hall Of Fame

The International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF) is proud to announce the 2014 class of inductees. They will be inducted at the annual ceremony to be held Friday, Sept 19th, at the Hyatt Regency in Jacksonville, FL, in conjunction with the United States Aquatic Sports Convention.

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1960 Olympic champ, Hall of Famer Bill Mulliken passes away

1960 Olympic gold medalist Bill Mulliken passed away Thursday at the age of 74.

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