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Canada’s Resilient Regan Rathwell Earns ‘Magical’ Olympic Chance

Canada’s Resilient Regan Rathwell Earns ‘Magical’ Olympic Chance There’s no easy way around it, so you might as well just ask it. Regan Rathwell has spent the last five minutes presenting an atlas to her various injuries over a hellish last two years, and the question is begging its way out. The bro...

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Vols Pick Up Verbal Commitment From Distance Ace Mac Clark

Vols Pick Up Verbal Commitment From Distance Ace Mac Clark NEW COMMIT: The University of Tennessee has received a new verbal commitment for the 2025-26 season and beyond from U.S. Open qualifier Mac Clark of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He will join Mike McCarthy and Jake McCoy in Knoxville as a member...

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USA Swimming Announces 2025 Domestic Events Schedule

USA Swimming, the national governing body for the sport of swimming, today announced the dates for its domestic competitions for the 2025 calendar year. Some locations are still being finalized and will be announced in the coming months. The event schedule features Open Water Nationals and Junior .....

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Michael Phelps Named No. 1 Athlete of Century By ESPN; Ledecky 15th

Olympic champion and record holder Michael Phelps has been named the No.1 athlete of the past 25 years by ESPN. The sports network released its decision in a video. Phelps became a household name when he won a record eight Olympic gold medals in 2008 in Beijing. In his career, his is a five-time Oly...

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Mitch Larkin, Australian Olympic Medalist, Announces Retirement

Olympic medalist Mitch Larkin has announced his retirement after nearly a quarter century in the sport that included a plethora of international medals. The Australian star made the announcement on social media: "They say all great things must eventually come to an end. As much as I wish this wasn’t...