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Skip Kenney, Iconic Stanford and Olympic Swimming Coach, Dies at 79

Skip Kenney, Stanford University’s iconic swim coach has died. According to sources, Kenney died on Sunday night at age 79 after a short time in hospice care. Kenney was one of the most successful college coaches of all time. He was also the head Olympic coach in 1996 in Atlanta and was an assistant...

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John Atkinson Reflects on 10 Seasons in Charge of Swimming Canada

John Atkinson Reflects on 10 Seasons in Charge of Swimming Canada In his 10 seasons in charge of Swimming Canada, John Atkinson has helped the organization grow from an occasional medal contender to a bona fide powerhouse. He reflected on that journey this week in an interview with the organization....

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Abbey Weitzeil, Michael Jensen Announce Engagement

Abbey Weitzeil and Michael Jensen announced their engagement on Wednesday evening. The Cal power couple posted on Instagram. "A crazy little thing called forever," Abbey Weitzeil posted on Instagram. "We’re engaged, love you babe," Michael Jensen wrote. Both posts were flooded with comments from the...

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The Swimming World Ballot for Tonight's Golden Goggles Awards

Golden Goggles: The Ballot for 2022’s Top American Swimmers Coming off a World Championships where the United States captured 45 medals in the pool, the most of any major international competition ever, USA Swimming has announced its nominees for this year’s Golden Goggles, with awards scheduled to ...

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Brooks Curry Speeds Way to 18.94 50 Free at Art Adamson Invitational

LSU's Brooks Curry continues to pick up speed. The Olympic sprinter threw down an 18.94 swim to win the 50 freestyle on Wednesday on Day 1 of the Art Adamson Invitational at Texas A&M. Curry was out in 9.20 seconds the first 25, then back home in 9.74 to finish in under 19 seconds, the first sub-19 ...