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Swim Poll of the Week: Which Country Will Win Duel in the Pool?

This is the Swim Poll of the Week for Wednesday, August 17, 2022, sponsored by Strechcordz Swim Training Products. In our last poll, we wanted to know: Which country will win the upcoming Duel in the Pool? The Duel in the Pool originated in 2003 as a friendly competition between the United States an...

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Olympic Finalist Luis Martinez Announces Retirement from Swimming

Olympic Finalist Luis Martinez Announces Retirement from Swimming Luis Martinez, the Guatemalan swimmer who made the final of the men’s 100 butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics, announced his retirement this week. Martinez made the announcement via social media. View this post on Instagram A post...

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Canadian World Junior Champion Jade Hannah Transfers to LSU

Canadian World Junior Champion Jade Hannah Transfers to LSU Canadian international Jade Hannah is transferring from USC to LSU, she announced via social media this week. Hannah spent her freshman year in Southern California, where she finished eighth in the 200 backstroke at the Pac-12 Championships...

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Boston College Hires Joe Brinkman as Head Coach

Boston College Hires Joe Brinkman as Head Coach Boston College on Monday hired former Notre Dame assistant coach Joe Brinkman as its new swimming and diving head coach. Brinkman spent four seasons as an assistant at Notre Dame, working with the men’s and women’s teams. He oversaw 40 NCAA qualifiers,...

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Lessons to Learn When Swimming Seems So Cruel

Lessons to Learn When Swimming Seems So Cruel The 400 IM is a race I only had to swim once to decide it was not my calling. Now when I watch people race it, and love all 16 laps of it, I cannot relate, but I certainly can respect. One such swimmer was shooting for his sectionals cut this past weeken...