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Friendly Competition: Revelry and Rivalry

By Maddie Strasen, Swimming World College Intern. Although there’s debate on whether or not swimming is the toughest sport out there, there’s no arguing that it’s difficult when your teammates

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5 Reasons Summer Age Group Swimming Matters

By Katie Wingert, Swimming World College Intern. The talons of USA, high school, and college swimming have entrapped many. But there’s nothing quite like traditional summer age group swimming. In

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Tributes to the Late Jason Turcotte, Part Two

Following the death of Dynamo head coach Jason Turcotte, Swimming World reached out to several coaches and swimmers who knew Turcotte well to submit tributes to their friend. Several of Turcotte’s former swimmers

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Tributes to the Late Jason Turcotte

On May 7, longtime Dynamo Swim Club head coach and CEO Jason Turcotte tragically passed away in his sleep. He left behind a wife, Heidi, and three children. Since he died, a GoFundMe

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5 Races to Follow at the 2017 Japan Open

By Shunichi Fujishima, Swimming World College Intern. Swimmers who have made the finalized roster for the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest will be competing for the first time as a