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Passages: Frank Elm, Former US Olympic, Rutgers Coach Dies at 92

Frank Elm, one of the top coaches in U.S. history has died. He was 92. Born on Oct 30, 1929, Elm was the head coach for the 1980 U.S. Olympic team. He also was an assistant coach for the 1968 and 1976 Olympic Games. Elm, who also coached the 1967 U.S. Pan American Games team, and two U.S. National T...

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They Deserve Better: A Look At Swimming's Overlooked Stars

They Deserve Better: A Look At Swimming's Overlooked Stars How could they be forgotten? Or overlooked? It doesn’t make sense, not with their credentials and the success they managed during their illustrious careers. Yet, there is a routine state in sports for some athletes – as elite as they might h...

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Give Today to Make Our Dream Come True

The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) is currently raising money to support our new museum. Every dollar counts! Your Giving Tuesday donation will help us maintain financial stability while our $90 million iconic upgrades are being completed. You can support the Hall of Fame in 3 ways this...

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National Junior Teamer Jillian Cox Verbally Commits to Texas for 2023-24

NEW COMMIT: The University of Texas has received a new in-state verbal commitment for the 2023-24 season and beyond from Olympic Trials qualifier Jillian Cox of Cedar Park, Texas. She will join Berit Berglund and Erin Gemmell as a member of the Longhorns’ Class of 2027. She told Swimming World: "I a...

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Adam Peaty Won’t Return for London Roar at ISL Grand Final

Adam Peaty Won’t Return for London Roar at ISL Grand Final Adam Peaty won’t be part of the London Roar’s squad for this week’s International Swimming League Grand Final. Peaty has yet to swim this season for the Roar, and general manager Rob Woodhouse confirmed that Peaty will not be back in time fo...