Most Read Stories: March – April

PHOENIX, Arizona, December 27. WE post nearly 3,000 news items a year here at Swimming World, and 2010 was no different. With the end of the year coming, we're going to look back at the most read items from the previous year. Today, here are the most popular articles from March and April.

1. NCAA Division I Men's Championships Postponed Until Noon Friday EDT As Illness Affects Several Top Teams — March 25, 2010
2. The Morning Swim Show, April 9, 2010: Ryan Lochte Wants to Swim 9 Events in 2012; George Bovell Improving While Working With Cielo — April 9, 2010
3. Swimming in the U.S. Under Fire From ABC News, USA Swimming Responds — April 9, 2010
4. Michael Phelps Sets American Record in 200 Yard Fly — March 7, 2010
5. SwimmingWorld.TV On-Demand Videos of NCSA Junior Nationals Championships Races Now Available — March 21, 2010
6. University of Colorado Swimming Team Disqualified From ASA Championships; "Inappropriate Behavior" Cited — Updated With Statement from CU — April 22, 2010
7. NCAA Division I Women's Championships: Florida Wins Team Title; Stanford Claims 400 Free Relay — March 20, 2010
8. NCAA Division I Men's Championships: Texas Wins 10th NCAA Title; California Tops 400 Free Relay — March 28, 2010
9. Hershey, David Nolan Clock National High School Records – Video Included — March 19, 2010
10. 2010 NCAA Division I Championships Impact Swimming World College Recruit Rankings — March 30, 2010

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