Matt Biondi

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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Swimming’s TopTenTweets: Go For The Swimming, Stay For The Pizza

We are back with your weekly dose of swimming’s TopTenTweets, where we round up the best of this week’s swimming Twitterverse.

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Ryan Held Raises a Big Question: What Is The Fastest Name In Swimming?

Ryan Held thinks that the fastest relay made up of one name is Ryan, but some other names may have a strong case as well.

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2021 Swammy Awards: Todd DeSorbo wins US Coach of the Year Honors

Virginia head coach Todd DeSorbo is the 2021 Swammy US Coach of the Year, having won Women’s NCAA championship and coaching multiple Olympic medalists.

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Caeleb Dressel Named Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Year

Dressel competed in 6 events in Tokyo, 3 individual and 3 relays, winning 5 Gold medals, and breaking 4 Olympic Records, as well as 2 World Records.

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L’nternational Swimmers Alliance Critica Il Rapporto Di Riforma FINA

L’International Swimmers Alliance ha rilasciato commenti sul recente rapporto per la riforma della FINA per mancanza di coinvolgimento atleti

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International Swimmers’ Alliance Says FINA Report Lacks Athlete Involvement

FINA released its 2021 reform report in early October and while the International Swimmers’ Alliance “welcomes” it, they say it lacks athlete involvement.

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SwimSwam Tokyo Olympics Awards: Dressel and McKeon Swimmers of the Meet

Caeleb Dressel and Emma McKeon are the most decorated athletes at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Dressel earned 5 golds and McKeon earned 4 golds and 3 bronzes.

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The Five Best Swimming Stats From The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Caeleb Dressel was one of the history-makers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, joining rarefied air with five gold medals.

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The Golden States: Which U.S. States Are Home to the Most Olympic Medalists?

Since the 1896 Olympics, athletes born in California have won 491 Olympic gold medals for Team USA. New York has the 2nd-most Olympic gold medals with 246.

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Emma McKeon Becomes First Woman Since 1964 To Lead Medal Count At An Olympics

By winning seven medals in Tokyo, McKeon became the first woman since Soviet gymnast Larisa Latynina to lead an Olympic Games in medal count.

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Tokyo 2020, North America Day 8: Dressel Joins Elite Company With Five Golds

Caeleb Dressel joins Mark Spitz, Matt Biondi and Michael Phelps as the only male swimmers to win five gold medals at a single Olympic Games.

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Caeleb Dressel Breaks 50 Freestyle Olympic Record, Wins 4th Gold Medal

Dressel won the 50 freestyle with a 21.07 by nearly half a second in what was the biggest margin of victory in the event’s Olympic history.

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Anthony Nesty Joins Rare Company of Olympic Champions to Coach Olympic Champions

Among Olympic gold medal winners, Anthony Nesty has already surpassed the coaching accomplishments of most at these Tokyo Olympics.

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Anteprime Olimpiche: 50 Stile Uomini Dressel Punta Al World Record

I 50 metri stile libero maschili avranno un nuovo olimpionico a Tokyo. Dressel punta all’oro ed al record del Mondo. I contendenti al podio

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