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USAS Reflects on Dale Neuburger Being Appointed to FINA Treasurer Post

United States Aquatic Sports (USAS) congratulates Dale Neuburger on his recent appointment by the FINA Bureau to serve as FINA Treasurer, following the resignation of Pipat Paniangvait who had served in this position since 2009. “I am very pleased that Dale Neuburger will serve in this important rol...

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Gretchen Walsh Poised for Extremely Fast Finish to High School Career

Gretchen Walsh has been one of the top high school swimmers in the country for the past four years. Her final meet for Harpeth Hall High School will be at this weekend’s Tennessee state championships. Walsh is the favorite to win the 50- and 100-yard freestyle events as she hopes to lead Harpeth Hal...

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Ashley Twichell, David Heron Take 5K at US Open Water Nationals

Ashley Twichell & David Heron won the 5K on Sunday at the US Open Water Nationals meet in Fort Myers, Florida as Heron swept the 5 & 10K races while Twichell upgraded her silver in the 10K to gold in the 5. Twichell pounced on the third lap, passing 10K champ and Texas commit Erica Sullivan to win a...

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What Would it Mean if Ryan Lochte Made Another Olympic Team?

What Would it Mean if Ryan Lochte Made Another Olympic Team? By any measure, Ryan Lochte is one of the greatest swimmers in history, a part of any reasonable list of the top 10 male performers ever. His already impressive résumé—12 Olympic medals, six of them gold, plus 18 long course world titles—w...

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George Washington Men, Richmond Women Win at Atlantic 10 Championships

Shy of an opening relay DQ, it took until Day 4 of the Atlantic 10 Championships for a men’s swimming race that didn’t feature a George Washington swimmer in the top two. It was that dominant of a performance from the Colonials on the way to their fourth title. A much more balanced women’s meet prod...

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Erica Sullivan, David Heron Win 10K Open Water National Titles

Erica Sullivan and David Heron took the 10K open water national titles on Friday morning in Fort Myers, Florida as this meet served as qualification for the open water national team status as the Olympic roster has already been selected from the placings at the 2019 World Championships. Results Sull...

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Lilly King, the Killer Instinct Competitor and the Goofball

Lilly King, the Killer Instinct Competitor and the Goofball (From April’s Swimming World Magazine) Five years after her public introduction to the world at the Rio Olympics, little has changed about Lilly King. She will still speak her mind, she will still tell you how she really feels, and she’s st...

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Masters Swimming Affected Heavily by COVID-19 Pandemic

There are more than 65,000 Masters swimmers in the United States representing nearly 1,500 swimming teams across the country, and as with so many other organizations, meets have been postponed multiple times and even canceled altogether. Swimmers around the country have been missing out on competing...

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TYR Sport Announces Signing of World Champion Michael Andrew

TYR Sport on Thursday announced the signing of Michael Andrew, adding the world champion American swimmer to its ranks of athletes. “We are thrilled to partner with Michael Andrew on his road to Tokyo,” Matt DiLorenzo, CEO of TYR Sport, said in a press release. “Michael is an incredibly talented and...

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Shaine Casas, Rhyan White Named Swimmers of the Year at All-SEC Awards

Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas and Alabama’s Rhyan White were named the SEC Swimmers of the Year Wednesday in the postseason All-SEC Awards. Seven schools split the 12 swimmer and coaching honors, including six different schools on the men’s side. Leading the way was A&M with three – Casas, Female Diver o...