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WADA World Conference Focuses on Next Version of Anti-Doping Code

The fifth edition of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) World Conference opened on Tuesday in Katowice, Poland, with the opening day focusing on the 2021 World Anti-Doping Code. The Code is scheduled to be approved on Thursday and go into effect on January 1, 2021. Ahead of its approval, various ...

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Japan's Daiya Seto Ranks Among the Sport's Underappreciated Stars

Daiya Seto - Japan's Multi-Event Star He’s medaled at the Olympic Games. He’s a multi-time world champion, both on the long-course scene and in the little pool. He’s captured titles at the Pan Pacific Championships and Asian Games and stood on the top step of the podium at the World University Games...

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Industry News: Katie Ledecky Joins Built with Chocolate Milk Campaign

Coming off a gutsy performance at the World Championships, where she battled through illness and rallied to claim gold in her final event of the meet, Katie Ledecky announced on Tuesday that she has joined the Built with Chocolate Milk Campaign. Ledecky revealed she uses chocolate milk as part of he...

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Nathan Adrian Comeback Continues at Pan American Games

Pan American Games Storyline (Nathan Adrian) With the countdown until the next Olympiad now under a year, American swimmers have had several opportunities to unleash their final warning shots for the 2019 campaign. Between the World University Games, World Championships and U.S. Nationals, clarity h...

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D.C. Trident Nails Down Sprint Speed of Robert Howard

A few months ahead of making its debut in the International Swim League, the D.C. Trident has bolstered its sprinting corps with the addition of Robert Howard to the roster. Olympic medalist Kaitlin Sandeno, the General Manager of the Trident, made the announcement on Tuesday. Howard, out of the Uni...