A falta de Titmus, Anderson cubrirá las pruebas de distancia para los Condors

La incorporación de Anderson a la lista eleva a las mujeres de los Cali Condors a 15, con espacio para que una incorporación más alcance las 16 nadadoras.

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La ISL firma un contrato multianual con CBS Sports

El año pasado, la ISL llegó a un acuerdo con ESPN para retransmitir dentro de los Estados Unidos, el cual no se anunció hasta la víspera del primer encuentro.

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Joao de Lucca, campeón mundial y de la NCAA, se retira de la natación

“En un total de 24 años de natación competitiva, aprendí muchas lecciones que me llevaré el resto de mi vida”, dijo de Lucca.

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NCAA Approves Rule Allowing Athletes to Have Commemorative Patches on Uniforms

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel (PROP) has approved a rule that will allow athletes to display commemorative patches on their uniforms.


Two-Time U.S. National Champion Becca Mann To Publish New Novel

In an exclusive interview with SwimSwam, two-time U.S. national champion Becca Mann revealed what screenplay projects she has been working on.


St. Thomas Approved for Historic Move from NCAA Division III to Division I

While we’ve seen programs make the switch from Division II to Division I, this will be the first transition from Division III in modern history.


College: Con Le Lezioni Online, Gli Studenti Stranieri Fuori Dagli USA

College, gli studenti stranieri non saranno riammessi negli Stati Uniti d’America per il semestre autunnale se la scuola offre solo corsi online

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Florida Becomes Third State to Sign Name-Image-Likeness Law for NCAA Athletes

In April, the NCAA announced that it would move to “modernize” name-image-likeness rules for student-athletes by 2020-21. States are putting the pressure on.

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NCAA Planning For Unchanged Dates, Sites For Fall Championships

Despite some wrinkles amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NCAA says it plans to keep the same dates & sites for NCAA Championships in fall sports.

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NCAA Exploring Unique Options for Holding Fall Championships

The NCAA has begun to explore options for holding its 22 fall championships after coronavirus forced the cancellation of all winter and spring championships.

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NCAA to Allow Voluntary Athletics Activities in All DI Sports Starting June 1

After okaying the return of voluntary activities for football and basketball earlier this week, the NCAA has expanded that policy to all sports.


Mental Health Concerns Up 150% to 200% Among NCAA Student-Athletes

A new NCAA survey shows that mental health concerns among its student-athletes are currently 150% to 200% higher than usual during the coronavirus pandemic.

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NCAA Rejects ‘One-Time Transfer’ Waiver, Will Wholly Rewrite Transfer Rules

The NCAA’s Division I Council says it will adopt new rules regarding eligibility for transfers, rather than accepting the proposed ‘one-time transfer’ waiver.


NCAA Reportedly Votes to Approve Voluntary Activities for Football, Basketball

The NCAA vote reportedly approves voluntary athletic activities in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball to start June 1 and go through June 30.


NCAA Extends Division 1 Recruiting Dead Period for All Sports Through June 30

The Division I dead period was initially instituted in March to last through April 15 in the wake of winter NCAA championship cancellations.

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