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Texas Dominates Texas A&M With Eight Swimmers Winning Multiple Events

Texas Dominates Texas A&M With Eight Swimmers Winning Multiple Events The Texas Longhorns made the quick trip from Austin to College Station Friday to face off against longtime rival Texas A&M. While the season series between the schools has been suspended while the Longhorns and Aggies have been in...

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Max McHugh Paces Minnesota Men in Victory Over Purdue

Max McHugh Paces Minnesota Men in Victory Over Purdue The Minnesota men's swimming and diving team opened its 2021-22 season Friday by going on the road and securing a 178.5-121.5 victory over Purdue at the Morgan J. Burke Aquatic Center in West Lafayette, Ind. "It was fun to open the season with a ...

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Kentucky Women Defeat Ohio as Wildcats Celebrate SEC Championship

Kentucky Women Defeat Ohio as Wildcats Celebrate SEC Championship A night full of celebration was capped off by the No. 12 University of Kentucky women's swimming and diving team posting a 190-102 victory over Ohio on Friday at the Lancaster Aquatic Center. Prior to the start of the meet, the Wildca...

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Olympian Andrei Minakov Makes Stanford Debut As Cardinal Topple Utah

Olympian Andrei Minakov Makes Stanford Debut As Cardinal Topple Utah Stanford men's swimming and diving opened the season with a 191-104 victory over Pac-12 rival Utah on Friday. The Cardinal placed first in 14 of 16 events in the dual meet and featured four swimmers winning multiple events. 2020 Ol...

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USA Diving Announces Winter Nationals at Indiana University Bloomington

USA Diving Announces Winter Nationals at Indiana University Bloomington USA Diving on Friday announced that it will hold the 2021 USA Diving Winter Nationals Championships in December at Indiana University Bloomington’s Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center. The event will run from Dec. 11-18, with ...

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Taylor McCoy Leads Washington State Past Arizona for First Time

Taylor McCoy Leads Washington State Past Arizona for First Time Two wins by Taylor McCoy, including a late 1-2-3 finish in the 200 individual medley, led Washington State to a 131.5-129.5 win over Arizona Friday at Gibb Pool. It’s the first time the Cougars have beaten the Wildcats in program h...

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The Olympic 'Quadrennium:' A Look Back and a Look Ahead

The Olympic “Quadrennium:” A Look Back and a Look Ahead (From October’s Swimming World Magazine) Swimming World reflects on the last five years since the last Olympic Games in Rio and ponders the questions that lie ahead during the next three years leading up to Paris 2024. ********** Five years ago...

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Texas Men, Virginia Women No. 1 in CSCAA Preseason Poll

Texas Men, Virginia Women No. 1 in CSCAA Preseason Poll The University of Texas men’s team and University of Virginia women are ranked first in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I preseason poll, released Thursday. Both teams won national championships in 2021, wit...

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Out of the Pool: Tara Kirk Sell on Communicating Risk During a Pandemic

Out of the Pool: Tara Kirk Sell on Communicating Risk During a Pandemic When Tara Kirk Sell and her colleagues at Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Health Security convened in the fall of 2019 for an exercise, one of the questions the experts weighed was in how to make the lessons tangible and a...

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University of Texas Record Holder Grace Ariola Medically Retires

University of Texas Record Holder Grace Ariola Medically Retires University of Texas sprinter Grace Ariola announced she is retiring from swimming for medical reasons. Ariola made the announcement on Instagram Wednesday. The Longhorns senior said in the post that it stems from a viral infection duri...