Myles Brown

World Cup Numbers After Singapore

Katinka Hosszu and Chad le Clos once again highlighted the list of top performers in Singapore.

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Campbell Becomes 2nd-Fastest Aussie Ever; Hosszu’s Streak in 200 Fly Ended in Singapore

Cate Campell (featured image with sister Bronte) was a 51.67 to win the 100 free in Singapore. That moves her ahead of Emma McKeon as the second-fastest Australian in history.

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Day Two In Doha

Men’s 1500 freestyle In the men’s 1500 freestyle it looked World Cup record holder Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri was on his…

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Hosszu Takes The 400 IM And 200 Butterfly On Day Two In Moscow

It took five tries before Katinka Hosszu was able to pick up her first win on day one in Moscow,…

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Brown Continues to Shine at South African Short Course Nationals

South African Myles Brown experienced a great deal of success over the last couple of weeks in Europe. In the…

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Yannick Agnel wins 400m Free in Einhoven, 3:37.25 – FINA World Cup Video

Complete race footage courtesy of Universal Sports Network (Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)

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Hosszu Does it Again Breaking Her Fourth World Record in Two Days

And she did it again. Hungarian Katinka Hosszu has broken her fourth World Record in two days at the World Cup in Eindhoven…(Courtesy of FINA)

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Ruta Meilutyte lights it up on the first night of Mare Nostrum

Ruta Meilutyte won the 100 breaststroke destroying the field by almost three full seconds in a blazing 1:05.20 setting meet…

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Swimming South Africa to Expand Selection Opportunities for Worlds

After a green pool marred the championships, Dean Price says that the organization will expand its qualifying procedures. (Photo: Roland Schoeman/via Twitter)

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South African Champs: le Clos, Schoeman Nab ‘A’ Cuts

Chad le Clos achieved his second FINA ‘A’ standard of the week to finish off South African Nationals. (Photo Credit: Daniele Badolato / Lapresse)

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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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South African Officials Update on Green Pool; Brown Says He “Couldn’t See Anything”

An updated photo from Monday appears to show an even cloudier pool in Port Elizabeth than the one swimmers found on Sunday. (Photo Courtesy: Karien Jonckheere)

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No Qualifiers; Schoeman and VD Burgh Lead Semi’s on Day 1 in South Africa

It’s not a Worlds qualifying event in South Africa, but Roland Schoeman topped Chad le Clos in the 50 fly through semi’s on Monday. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Over 18,000 swimmers in one race?

Ashley Twichell (right) won both the 5K and 10K at the 2012 USA Nationals. She’ll be competing this weekend at the Midmar Mile in South Africa. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography

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Aussie dominate second day of competition, winning the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Sereis

On the second day of the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series the Australians dominated the competition by winning 15 of…

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