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Florida State Men Get First Ever Win over Auburn as Schools Split Dual

Florida State and Auburn split a dual meet at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center Wednesday, with the Seminoles men beating Auburn for the first time in 19 all-time meetings. It’s also FSU’s first win over a ranked opponent since 2017. Team Scores Men: No. 16 Florida State 180, No. 22 Auburn 120 Wome...

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Monmouth College (Ill.) Drops Men’s and Women’s Water Polo

Monmouth College (Ill.) announced Tuesday that it will discontinue its men’s and women’s water polo programs at the end of the 2020-21 season. Both programs were started in the last decade, with the men in 2012 and women in 2013. In a university statement, athletic director Roger Haynes cited, “a de...

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USA Swimming National Age Group Motivational Times For 2021-2024

USA Swimming has released its motivational time standards for 2021 - 24, designed to encourage age group swimmers to reach certain time standards as they age up to track and improvements and set goals along the way. The standards are laid out for the next Olympic quad, concluding in 2024 at the Game...

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Ryan Held Assesses His Career on the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast

Ryan Held Assesses His Career on the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast The latest episode of the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast with Josh Davis featured Team USA sprinter Ryan Held, a member of the 2016 gold-medal winning 400 freestyle relay at the Olympic Games in Rio. Here is a look at some of the topics that He...

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Bob Bowman Shows Social Media Can Be a Beneficial Resource

Bob Bowman Shows Social Media Can Be a Beneficial Resource Social media certainly has its ups and downs. On occasion, it will highlight events and accomplishments that bring a smile. Other times, it can infuriate and show the dark side of individuals. A key is accepting that social media has a two-s...

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The Final Meters: How a Split Second Can Change the Outcome

The Final Meters: How a Split Second Can Change the Outcome Imagine you are watching your favorite Olympic swimmer in a close race. They have the lead and are pushing to get to the wall. Then, a split second later, another swimmer begins to catch up to your favorite. You hold your breath, your eyes ...