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Louisville Hires Aaron Bell as Associate Swimming & Diving Coach

Louisville Hires Aaron Bell as Associate Coach On Tuesday, the University of Louisville announced the hiring of Aaron Bell as an associate coach. Bell comes to Louisville from the University of Notre Dame swimming and diving program where he served as associate head coach from 2016-21. "I have known...

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The Week That Was: Most Notable Moments from 2022 World Championships

The Week That Was, Sponsored by Suitmate The Week That Was featured both shocking and triumphant performances from the world's best swimmers at the 2022 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. The Week That Was #1: Caeleb Dressel Ends World Championship Stint Early By David Rieder [caption id="att...

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10 Reasons to Marry a Swimmer

10 Reasons to Marry a Swimmer By Ailish Dougherty (Swimming World Archive) While every swimmer certainly has their own individual personalities, there are a few characteristics unique to competitive swimmers that have the potential to make them great spouses. Thus, here are a few reasons why it migh...

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Torri Huske's World Championships Put Her In Elite Company

Torri Huske's World Championships Put Her In Elite Company By the end of the eight days in Budapest, Torri Huske admitted she was feeling the effort. Four individual events and four relays will do that. Carrying around all those medals really starts to strain the back after a while. Not to mention a...

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The 10 Guaranteed Ways to Spot a Swim Parent

The 10 Guaranteed Ways to Spot a Swim Parent Many people have no problem spotting swimmers from a mile away with these telltale features: a bulky bag, messy bun filled with dead hair (for the girls), dry skin, tired eyes, goggle and cap tan lines, and the wide-eyed fear whenever the word “butterfly”...

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Budapest Mirage? Assessing U.S. Dominance at World Championships

Budapest Mirage? Assessing U.S. Dominance at World Championships Kieran Smith had his arms in the air before any other anchor swimmer had touched the wall. He motioned as if to say, "Bring it on," and then he turned to his teammates for rousing high-fives. Finally, he took a seat on the lane line, r...