Ryan Murphy

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“I am grateful for the positive relationships I formed through this process (choosing Cal). The coaches and athletes that I got to know are special individuals!”

Instagram Gallery: Rio 2016 Swimmers Get Their #OlympicInk

See any more #olympicink from swimmers on social media? Throw a link in the comments, and we’ll add it to the gallery.

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Olympics NCAA Wrap Part II: 9 of top 10 Teams Earned Medals

Rising California senior Ryan Murphy was the only NCAA swimmer who competed in the 15-16 season to earn two individual gold medals in Rio.

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Top 5 Upsets of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games

Cate Campbell missing the podium in both the women’s 50 and 100 freestyle events was one of the biggest surprises of the Olympic Games.

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7 Reasons to Love SwimSwam Magazine and the College Preview

If you subscribe to SwimSwam Magazine, you can instantly view the 2016 Olympic Preview and all back issues as digital magazines. The College Preview ships August 29th.

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Katie Ledecky Belongs With Bob Beamon and Secretariat

Charles Hartley writes about why Katie Ledecky belongs in the same category as Bob Beamon and Secretariat.

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Scoring the 2016 Olympic Games: Americans Dominated On Both Sides

Scoring the 2016 Olympic Games as if it were an NCAA Championship meet, the Americans blew away the competition amassing nearly 1000 total points.

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Blueseventy Swim(s) of the Week: Ranking the Rio World Records

The Rio Olympics provided plenty of fodder for our weekly Blueseventy Swim of the Week. So to take advantage, we’re technically counting down 7 swims of the week: ranking each of the world records set in Rio.

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As Rio Wraps, Olympic Swimmers Put Back Into Storage Until 2020

With the competitive swimming portion of the 2016 Rio Olympics wrapping up this week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has begun returning swimmers to their storage unit, where they’ll remain until fans care about swimming again in the year 2020.

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Most Dominant Swims of the 2016 Olympic Games Days 7 and 8

Daily Dominance is the best way to describe the swimming competition in Rio.

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6 Reasons to Love SwimSwam Magazine and the College Preview

If you subscribe to SwimSwam Magazine, you can instantly view the 2016 Olympic Preview and all back issues as digital magazines. The College Preview ships August 29th.

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Welcome To The New Age Of Swimming

Of those who managed to get on the podium were several first time Olympians who have now established themselves as major players in the sport. Many of them are young, with plenty of progression still to be had as we usher in the new age of swimming.

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Breaking New Ground-Heroic Dominance Comes in Many Forms in Days 5/6

The Dominance Series is brought to you by SwimSpray and compiled by Travis Knop, Aimee Schmitt and Andrew Chadeayne.

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NCAA Olympics Wrap Part I: The Final Medal Tally

Six of the eight gold medalists in the women’s 4×100 medley relay either competed for, or will be competing for, NCAA programs in 2016.

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Though Ratings Down from London, Phelps’s Final Swim Gives NBC a Jump

The time block from 10 pm – 10:15 pm ET yesterday (during the men’s 4 x 100 medley relay) saw the highest spike in viewership for NBC watchers this Olympics.

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WATCH: Murphy, Miller, Phelps and Adrian Win Gold in 400 Medley Relay

Led-off by Ryan Murphy, the Americans were out fast. Murphy broke the individual world record in the men’s 100m backstroke on the leadoff, touching first in a time of 51.85.

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