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NCAA Division II Meet of the Week: GLIAC Powers Collide at Calvin

The parade of college swimming invitationals continues this week, but they aren’t all Division I meets. One of the most intriguing meets involves some of the top NCAA Division II teams and one of the top Division III perennial powers all in one meet in West Michigan at the Calvin University Invitati...

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Rome Selected to Host 2022 European Aquatic Championships

LEN has allocated its top event the 2022 European Aquatics Championships to the city of Rome, which shall host the event for the second time after 1983. The showcase is set to take place on 11-21 August. Rome will welcome the best athletes of European Aquatics in 2022 in swimming, diving, artistic s...

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Cameron Craig Earns Trials Cut at Ohio State Invitational

The Ohio State women’s and men’s swimming and diving teams continue to lead the Ohio State Invitational after Day 2 of the three-day competition behind strong swims from Kathrin Demler and Cameron Craig. The meet continued Saturday with preliminaries at 8 a.m. followed by platform diving at 2 p.m. ...

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Shaine Casas Stuns With 1:40 in 200 IM at Art Adamson Invitational

In one of the most stunning early swims of the season, Texas A&M's Shaine Casas put together a 1:40.16 in the 200 IM to win at the Art Adamson Invitational on Thursday. Casas earned an automatic NCAA cut. It is by far the fastest time in the NCAA so far this season — and the time would have...

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Passages: NISCA Pioneer David H. Robertson Dies at 93

One of the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) pioneers, David Robertson, has died. Robertson was 93 years old.NISCA posted this obituary on its site: Obituary for David H. Robertson 12/5/1925-11/18/2019 The swimming world lost a great teacher, innovator, and gentleman, when Da...

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Women's NCAA Swimming's Biggest Stars Set For Invite Showdowns

Midseason tapers have begun and the top women's NCAA swimming teams will start to get their first real glimpses at what the end of the season could look like as midseason invitationals begin in full force this week. There are seven major meets which include 30-plus NCAA Division I teams in ...

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Juan Celaya-Hernandez Named Nuevo León Athlete of the Year in Mexico

LSU diver Juan Celaya-Hernandez was named the Nuevo León Athlete of the Year at a ceremony in Monterrey, Mexico, on Monday. Celaya-Hernandez was selected for the honor based on his amazing achievements during the 2019 competitive season. “It’s nice to see my hard work start to pay off, said...