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Commonwealth Games Preview – Women’s Backstroke

Emily Seebohm will be looking to add to her Commonwealth Games medal total in all three backstroke events…

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Commonwealth Games Preview – Women’s 200 and 400 freestyle

Jazz Carlin looks to add a gold to her Commonwealth medal collection…

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Ottesen Takes Top Seed in 50 Fly, Will Try to Hold Off Halsall in Final

The last preliminary session of the 2014 Mare Nostrum series, which closes Sunday in Barcelona, Still saw most competitors going…

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Hanser Re-Emerges With Top Seed in 100 Free in Canet; Ervin and Adrian Chasing

Cal Golden Bear Anthony Ervin had the fastest morning swim in the 100 free, though it took as much to even get him into the final.

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South Africa Announces Commonwealth Games Squad

South Africa will be sending a team of 21 athletes to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow…

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Ottesen smashes two Danish records to open Canet stop of Mare Nostrum tour

Sprinter Jeanette Ottesen knocked down two Danish records on the first night of the Mare Nostrum meet in Canet-en-Roussillon, France.

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Adrian Wins 100 Free, 5 Meet Records Go Down on Day 1 of 2014 Mare Nostrum-Monaco

Nathan Adrian picked up a win in the 100 free and pushed through as the top seed in the 50 free on day of the 2014 Mare Nostrum-Monaco meet.

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Schoeman, Nicholas join Commonwealth Games roster, Le Clos wins two more at SA Nationals day 5

At 33 years old, Roland Schoeman has qualified to once again represent South Africa at the Commonwealth Games. Tara Lynn Nicholas joins him after winning the women’s 100 breast of day 5.

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Le Clos Wins 3rd Event, But Run for 8 Golds Ends on Wednesday at SA Nationals

Chad le Clos took the 200 back title on Wednesday, but was upended by another South African star, with relative ease, later in the session.

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Le Clos Wins Again, Schoeman Goes World-Leader in 50 Fly Semi-Final on Day 2 of SA Nationals

South Africa’s Chad le Clos took a second event win of the meet thus far in South Africa.

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Le Clos is Back With 1:54.5 in 200 Fly, Bosch Qualifies Too on Day 1 of SA Nationals

South Africa had a breakthrough with two swimmers qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in the 200 fly on the meet’s first day.

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Sprinters Steal The Show On The Final Day In Perth

The two biggest show stoppers of the day were the Australian sprint due of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen…

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Aussies With A Comfortable Lead After Day One In Perth

With the first day of the BHP Billiton Super Series in the books the Australians hold a comfortable lead over Japan in the overall points race…

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Van Der Burgh And Zorzi Out Of BHP Billiton Super Series

Both Olympic champion Cameron van der Burgh and World Championships bronze medalist Giulio Zorzi have pulled out of the 2014 BHP Billiton Super Series…

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Friday Morning Finals, le Clos a First Qualifier for South Africa

South Africa’s Chad le Clos, at long last, became the first member of the World Championship team without any question-marks attached. (Photo Credit: Daniele Badolato / Lapresse)

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