Mark Spitz

The Surprising Missing Piece On Pieter van den Hoogenband’s Swimming Resume

One of the greatest swimmers of his generation, van den Hoogenband shockingly never won a Long Course World Championship title.

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Why You Should Watch Mark Spitz’s Documentary “72 – A Gathering of Champions”

After 50 years Mark Spitz’s retelling of his iconic performance at the 1972 Munich Olympics is wise and vulnerably threadbare.

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Mark Spitz 50 Years After Munich in Docuseries “72 – A Gathering of Champions”

Mark Spitz’s episode in the docuseries “72 – A Gathering of Champions” drops today. It is live now. See the link at the top of this post.

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Mark Spitz Featured in 1972 Olympics 50 Year Anniversary Documentary

Mark Spitz to be a featured medalist in Olympic Channel docu-series, “’72: A Gathering of Champions”, a celebration of 50 years the since Munich Games

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Ceccon rockt Weltrekord 100 Rücken – mit Schnäuzer. Wer trug noch Schnäuzer?

Der Italiener Thomas Ceccon stellte bei den 19. FINA Weltmeisterschaften in Budapest am 20. Juni einen neuen Weltrekord über 100…

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La Leggenda Dei Baffi Nel Nuoto Dagli Anni ’70 Di Mark Spitz Ad Oggi

I baffi nei nuotatori, da gesto di ribellione a emulazione o semplice vezzo. La leggenda dei baffi dagli anni 70 con Spitz ad oggi

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The Legend Of The Mustache In Swimming From Spitz To Today

Mark Spitz was the first and most iconic swimmer to compete with a mustache. The legend around them from the 70s to the present.

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I Nuotatori Che Hanno Stabilito Più Record Del Mondo In Un Solo Mondiale

Chi sono i nuotatori ad aver stabilito più record del mondo in una singola edizione dei Campionati del Mondo in vasca lunga

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Swimmers Who Have Set The Most World Records In A Single World Championships

Lilly King was on fire in 2017, setting four world records at the World Championships in Budapest.

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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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Has American Age Group Swimming Power Shifted East?

TAC Titans’ star Claire Curzan is one of a slew of USA Swimming stars that developed on the eastern seaboard and should make noise in Budapest next month.

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Brendan Burns Pulls Off Huge Upset, First Hoosier Since 1973 To Win 200 Fly

Despite the fact that only 2 out of 713 people picked him to win the event in Pick’ems, Burns won the 200 fly with a new best time of time of 1:38.71.

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Alex Walsh and Kate Douglass: The Most Dominant Duo In NCAA History?

Douglass and Walsh both went three-for-three in individual events at NCAAs this year, a feat that has only happened three times in history between teammates.

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Kate Douglass Is First To Win Individual NCAA Titles In Three Different Strokes

Douglass is the first swimmer, man or woman, to win individual events across three different strokes, not factoring n individual medley races.

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Swimmers With The Most World Records Set In One Calendar Year

Michael Phelps set a total of nine world records in 2008, including seven at the Beijing Olympics. But he’s not the swimmer with the most WRs set in one year.

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