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Carvin To Take “A Break” From Swimming

For the past four days, rumors have been circulating on the internet that American distance swimmer, Chad Carvin, had hung up his suit and called it a career. Swimming World

Stanford Women’s Swimming Signs 5 To Letters-of-Intent

STANFORD, CA – Stanford women’s swim coach Richard Quick announced the signings of Sylvia Bereknyei (Pittsburg, CA/Carondelet HS), Jessica Foschi (Old Brookville, NY/Friends Academy), Whitney Leatherwood (Lilburn, GA/Brookwood HS), Alexis

Have Your Cake And Eat It Too?

From Reuters – MOSCOW, RUSSIA – Russian swimmers Vladimir Pyshnenko, Natalia Mesheryakova and Olga Kochetkova, who tested positive for steroids earlier this month, will fly to Switzerland next week to

NCAA Water Polo Top 25 – Final Poll

From www.uswp.org 1 Pepperdine 125 2 Southern California 120 3 Stanford 114 4 California 111 5 UC Irvine 105 6 UCLA 100 7 Long Beach State 95 8 UC Santa

Munz Overtakes Bennett To Win 800m Free Title

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – At first, it looked like business as usual. Olympic champion Brooke Bennett gained a considerable advantage over the field in the 800-meter freestyle here at the U.S.

Margalis Lowers NAG Record While Winning 400m IM

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Robert Margalis, a 15-year-old high school student from Clearwater, Fla., won the 400-meter individual medley here at the U.S. Open, breaking a 12-year-old age group record and