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The Process and Psyche Carrying Katie Grimes to International Medals

The Process and Psyche Carrying Katie Grimes to International Medals That horrible, sinking feeling was all too familiar for Katie Grimes. She was racing the 800 freestyle at the U.S. International Team Trials, seeking a trip to the World Championships in the event in which she pulled off a stunner ...

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Texas Men Take Lead on NC State Thanks to Foster Brothers, Hobson

Texas Men Take Lead on NC State Thanks to Foster Brothers, Hobson One of the top men's college swimming programs in history is racing this weekend against an upstart powerhouse from the east coast that has placed fourth at five of the last six NCAA Championships, and after the first day, Texas leads...

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Can Arizona State Men Contend For National Title?

Can Arizona State Men Contend For National Title? In men's college swimming, racing against Cal and Texas can be viewed as a measuring stick. These two programs have dominated the sport for more than a decade, with the Golden Bears and Longhorns occupying the top two spots at the NCAA Championships ...

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Virginia Women, NC State Men Dominate Day Two of Top-Flight ACC Clash

Virginia Women, NC State Men Dominate Day Two of Top-Flight ACC Clash The Atlantic Coast Conference tri-meet featuring North Carolina, NC State and Virginia began Friday afternoon in Chapel Hill, N.C., with the Virginia women and NC State men opening up big leads, and as the venue shifted east to NC...

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Rhyan White Leads Alabama to Tight Win Over Auburn; Tiger Men Prevail

Rhyan White Leads Alabama to Tight Win Over Auburn; Tiger Men Prevail The competition between the women's teams of natural rivals Alabama and Auburn came down to the wire, and the Crimson Tide snuck by the Tigers by just 10 points, 155-145. Alabama was led by Olympian and 2022 World Championships me...

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Nic Fink After Superb 2022: ‘How Can I Possibly Stop Now?’

Nic Fink After Superb 2022: ‘How Can I Possibly Stop Now?’ Early in 2022, Nic Fink admitted that his future in the sport was somewhat uncertain. He had left the University of Georgia, his training base for a decade, and moved to Atlanta for graduate school in electrical and computer engineering at G...