Sergio Lopez

What Would Catalonian Independence Mean for Swimming?

A referendum being held in Spain that carries significant geopolitical weight could also have an impact on swimming. Catalonians are…

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Spanish Swimming Fed Reduces High Performance Coaching Staff

The Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has announced the list of 24 swimmers receiving scholarships for the 2017-18 season, however, the coaching staff at its high performance centers has been reduced.

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Singapore Swimming Hires Aussie Stephan Widmer As National Head Coach

Joseph Schooling, Singapore’s first-ever Olympic gold medalist in swimming, will have an Aussie at the helm of his nation’s swimming program.

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2017 Women’s NCAA D1 Champs: Day 1 Photo Vault

See photo highlights from day one of the 2017 Women’s NCAA Championships.

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Cordes On Training With Sergio Lopez: GMM presented by SwimOutlet.com

Olympian Kevin Cordes talks training with Sergio Lopez in Auburn.

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Gary Tan Officially Replaces Sergio Lopez As Singapore’s Head Coach

Gary Tan has officially been named as Singapore’s National Head Swimming Coach.

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Singapore’s Roanne Ho Set To Make Post-Injury Return At World Cup

Singapore’s Roanne Ho had suffered a collapsed lung, as well as a shoulder injury earlier this year, but is back in the pool and ready to return to competition.

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Possible New Era Of Singapore Swimming Starts With ‘SGP’

Joseph Schooling is one of the most famous men in Singapore, but it remains to be seen if any countrymates can follow his lead.

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Auburn Women Pick Up Verbal From Bolles Backstroker Abi Wilder

The Auburn Tigers have picked up a verbal commitment from Abi Wilder, a Florida High School State champion in the 100 back.

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Auburn Will Swim NCAA Champs Georgia and Texas in 2016-2017 Season

The Auburn Tigers will face one of the toughest regular-season schedules in the country in 2016-2017.

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How to Have Your Own Joseph Schooling Moment

What Schooling’s victory means for the future of swimming

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The Remarkable Similarities Between Schooling and Nesty

Joseph Schooling’s historic win in the men’s 100 butterfly has an incredible amount of things in common with another race that happened 28 years ago…

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Two-Time NCAA Champion Joseph Schooling Drops 200 Fly in Rio

Double defending NCAA champion and U.S. Open recordholder in short course yards, Joseph Schooling has opted to drop the 200 meter butterfly at the Rio Olympics.

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Eddie Reese Set To Join Singapore’s Olympic Coaching Staff

Singapore’s National Olympic Council has announced it will be including University of Texas Men’s Swimming Head Coach Eddie Reese on its 2016 Olympic Games coaching staff.

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