Mads Glaesner

Denmark Sending 15 To Short Course Worlds, Hoping For 7 Medals

With its roster of 15, Denmark still has lofty goals for the 2014 World Short Course Championships in December.

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Race Video: Men’s 200 Free at LA Invite – Sukhorukov, Herzog, Quintero

The men’s 200 final at Los Angeles Invitational featured a great finish from internationals Alexander Sukhorukov, Kurt Herzog, and Cristian Quintero.

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Denmark Announces 15 For European Championships; Nielsen Should Earn a Bid Too

Denmark’s Rikke Moeller-Pedersen will lead a team of 15 (probably 16) to the 2014 European Championships.

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Rikke Moller Pedersen Takes Over Top Spot In The 100 Breaststroke

Rikke Moeller Pedersen of Denmark recorded the world’s top time in the 100 breaststroke, taking the event at the Danish Cup in a time of 1:06.19…

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Mads Glaesner’s Appeal Upheld, He Will Retain World Championship Gold

Danish Swimmer Mads Glaesner has had his gold medal from the 2012 World Short Course Championships reinstated.

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Latecomer Katinka Wins Two at Salnikov; Efimova Just Misses World Record

Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events on day 2 of the 2013 Salnikov Cup, including nearly a lifetime best in the 200 fly.

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Loaded Entry List for Salnikov Cup to Compete for Attention on Duel in the Pool Weekend

Katinka Hosszu will continue to roll one of the richest prize-money seasons in swimming history into the Salnikov Cup in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Juba Happy With Ottesen Gray And Glaesner’s Results

In an interview with the Danish Swimming Federation media department Danish National Team Head Coach Nick Juba expressed his pleasure with…

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Salo: Tentative USC Men vs. Trojan Postgrads Meet on Schedule

Dave Salo, who always keeps things interesting, has announced a tentative dual meet between the Trojan postgrad group and the USC men’s squad.

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Worlds Previews: Sun a Runaway Favorite as Men’s 400 Free Field Thins Out

China’s Sun Yang is the defending Olympic Champion, and there doesn’t seem to be anyone even in the neighborhood of catching him in the 2013 field. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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World Champ Mads Glaesner Gets Three-Month Suspension, Loses Bronze Medal

2012 World Champion Mads Glaesner will lose his Worlds bronze medal, but will keep his gold and be eligible again for the long course World Championships this summer. He was one of two Danish swimmers sanctioned for failed doping tests in the last week. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Wildeboer believes his training methods were correct

In an interview with Sporten.dk earlier this week Short World Championships gold medalist Mads Gleasner was very critical of his preparation for…

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Open Turn: What’s hotter, High School Swimming or The Harlem Shake?

With independent, public and overall high school records going down within the last week it’s tough to believe that :30 second youtube videos are the hot topic in swimming…

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Glaesner unhappy with how Wildeboer prepared him for London

After winning the 1500 freestyle and coming third in the 400 freestyle at the 2012 Short Course World Championships Mads…

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Austin Psych Sheets Showed Elite Standards Swing Too Far the Other Way

Matt Grevers will lead a talented group of backstrokers at the Austin Grand Prix, but there won’t be many of his fellow competitors there to see it. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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