Jeff Rouse

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Swimming Previews: US Seeks 7th-Straight Men’s 100 Back Gold

If World Record holder Ryan Murphy (above) wins gold in the 100 backstroke in Tokyo, this will be America’s 7th consecutive gold medal in this event.

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What Is The Longest Individual Winning Streak In Olympic Swimming?

The United States owns nine of the 10 longest Olympic winning streaks in individual events.

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Olympic Champ Ryan Murphy Backstroke Clinic: GMM presented by SwimOutlet.com

In this GMM takeover of the SwimSwam PC Olympic Champion Ryan Murphy doesn’t hold back. Murph covers Bolles, backstroke legends, and his Cornhole adventures.

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SwimSwam Rewind: 30 Years of NCAA Championship Swimming Evolution

Nearly everything has changed in the sport since 1989, other than the fact that Eddie Reese was winning team titles at Texas.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Gaines, Meagher Set World Records Before Lost Olympics

On April 11, 1980, Rowdy Gaines and Mary T. Meagher each set world records, the bright spot in an otherwise disappointing year with an Olympic boycott.

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Swimnerd Releases New Podcast: The Swimnerd Show

“I like to think Jeff helped make me the coach that I am versus me being the coach that helped make Jeff.” – Coach Don Regenbogen on Jeff Rouse

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Ryan Murphy Wins 200 Back Gold to Defend USA Streak of Backstroke Sweeps

Heading into Rio, the USA streak was under fire, and it looked like the tradition of USA gold in the men’s Olympic backstroke races could have been coming to an end. That was until tonight, When Team USA’s up and comer Ryan Murphy completed his sweep of the backstroke races, winning the race in 1:53.62.

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North America Recap Day 3: Ryan Murphy Extends U.S. Streak In 100 Back

Ryan Murphy extended the Americans streak to six consecutive gold medals in the men’s 100 backstroke.

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HardCore Swim of the Week: Jiayu represents rising tide of Asian backstrokers

Xu Jiayu’s world-leading 100 backstroke appears to have some big international implications.

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