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  1. Warriors Honor Athletes Headed to Division I SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | WCAV

    Western Albemarle senior Remedy Rule couldn't help but laugh when asked what she's looking forward to about joining the swimming program at the Univesity of Texas. "I'm excited to start weight-lifting," Rule said with a big smile.

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  2. Swimming Australia: We "Do Not Endorse James Magnussen's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    Less than 24 hours after world champion swimmer James Magnussen made public his intentions to train with two coaches previously untested at the elite level , Swimming Australia has come out with a statement condemning the decision. "Swimming Australia has announced today that it does not endorse James Magnussen's move to his new training program at Ravenswood School in Sydney, but will allocate the necessary funds to assist the swimmer's requirements for professional services."

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  3. In a file photo from July, Ryan Lochte (right) jokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The News-Press

    Olympic champion Michael Phelps is currently serving a six-month suspension handed down by USA Swimming, but he's never far from the center of the sport's conversation. During a teleconference to preview next Ryan Lochte: No doubt Michael Phelps will race in Rio Olympic champion Michael Phelps is currently serving a six-month suspension handed down by USA Swimming, but he's never far from the center of the sport's conversation.

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  4. Santa Clara Swim Club Celebrates National College Signing DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    The storied Santa Clara Swim Club will be well-represented next fall in college swimming, with six of its athletes signing national letters of intent to attend prestigious Division I schools. Burns was a member of Team USA at last summer's junior Pan Pacific championships, winning the silver medal in the 400 freestyle and ninth in the 200 free .

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  5. Bearden's Hayden Burns signs with UT swimmingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Knoxville News Sentinel

    Bearden's Hayden Burns competes in the 200 yard freestyle during the Knoxville Interscholastic Swim League championship swim meet on Sunday, January 27, 2013 at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center. After swimming almost 9,000 miles since the fourth grade, Bearden High School's Hayden Burns has arrived on the University of Tennessee swim team.

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  6. James Magnussen Picks Untested Brothers Mitch and Lach Falvey As CoachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    After weeks of speculation, world champion swimmer James Magnussen has announced the names of the coaches who will guide him through the next 20 months to the Rio Olympics: Mitch and Lach Falvey. Magnussen had parted ways with longtime coach Brant Best this summer, and while he was undergoing rehab for back pain, spent time looking for the right place to train on his quest to win Olympic gold.

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  7. Laszlo Cseh Not Going To Short Course Worlds; Katinka Hosszu Set For 10 EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    Katinka Hosszu and Daniel Gyurta will look to lower their new short course world records next month at the FINA world championships, but they will not be joined by another of their country's swimming legends, as Laszlo Cseh will be skipping the meet. Cseh was not among the 21 names released by Hungarian Swimming recently, with the federation saying the five-time Olympic medalist did not have enough preparation for the meet after last summer's European championships.

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  8. Awards honour junior talentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Examiner

    Only a few months ago she produced an 800-metre freestyle time faster than any other 13-year-old Tasmanian in history. She has just been selected for the Swimming Australia ''Kaizen'' talent camp, which is being watched closely by Olympic selectors for the 2020 games.

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  9. Our future starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Examiner

    THE sports of swimming, pistol shooting, athletics, martial arts and rowing were among the major winners at The Examiner-IGA Junior Sports Awards last night. Junior sports award winners Amy Halaby, Courtney Webb, Ariarne Titmus, Montana McKenzie, Bailey Groves and Lachlan Stewart with guest speaker Jake Birtwhistle at last night's awards presentation.

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  10. Northern Arizona Swimming Adds Four RecruitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    The Northern Arizona swimming & diving team continued to add to their talent base with the announcement of four incoming freshmen who signed their National Letters of Intent last week for the upcoming 2015-15 season. Head coach Andy Johns and diving coach Nikki Huffman are proud to announce the additions of Raquel Gonzales, Ila Hughes, Andrea Schmidt and Amanda Sumrow, all of whom will enter the program as freshmen.

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  11. Vega: Never been broken at the poolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Sun-Star

    Except for one: the record he set in the elementary boys' swimming competition of the Milo Little Olympics Visayas Leg in 1996 remains untouched until now. Vega was one of those pool wonders in his elementary years at the Royal Oaks International School and holds five records in the 1996 Milo Little Olympics Visayas Leg.

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  12. Army medic and Invictus Games athlete gives inspiring talk to Sunderland school pupilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Chronicle Live

    After losing both of his legs in Afghanistan, Sgt Simon Harmer has turned his focus on speaking to others about self belief and resilience Sergeant Simon Harmer, 38, who lost both his legs in Afghanistan, spoke to students at Seaburn Dene Primary School in Sunderland. He gave talks on how he got injured, his time in the Army, and what he has done to rehabilitate himself.

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  13. Lower Harmony man earns swim medals forRead the original story

    Monday Nov 17 | Truro Daily News

    At the podium following the 200-metre butterfly meet at the seventh annual World Down Syndrome International Swimming Organization championships held in Morelia, Mexico. Stephen Donovan, left, of Australia, claims silver, Steven Martinez Arellano of Mexico was presented with gold and Matthew Hunter of Lower Harmony won a bronze medal.

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  14. Perth swimmer Stephen Milne has "the potential to medal at Rio de Janeiro"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Daily Record

    He burst onto the scene at Glasgow's Commonwealth Games, but now Stephen Milne has been tipped for Olympic success in Rio de Janeiro Perth swim star Stephen Milne splashed into the spotlight earlier this year following a glittering performance at the Commonwealth Games. And the former Perth Academy pupil recently received a funding boost from British Swimming after being picked out as a potential medal winner at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

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  15. Joe Pascale Wants To Be The Best Swim Coach and Best MMA FighterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    Joe Pascale joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to discuss his new role as assistant swim coach at American University, while continuing his dream of success in mixed martial arts. Pascale, a competitor at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, talks about his venture into mixed martial arts and why he sees swimmers as great candidates for the sport.

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  16. Swimming: Singapore Swimming Association appoints Sergio Lopez as national head coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | The Straits Times

    The Singapore Swimming Association has announced the appointment of Sergio Lopez as head coach of the national team on Tuesday afternoon. The Spaniard is believed to have signed a five-year contract.

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  17. Ending CofC's swimming program, closing pool will have ripple effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Post and Courier

    Maly Taylor, a junior from Anderson, does "dry land" core exercises with other members of the distance squad at the Theodore S. Stern Student Center pool on Wednesday - less than a week after the athletic director told them there that the program was ending after the season. The College of Charleston dropped a bombshell on more than 50 current swimmers and divers, as well as hundreds of swimming alums, less than two weeks ago when it told them that the program would end at the end of the season.

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  18. Cal men's soccer team seeded 15th at NCAAsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Red Bluff Daily News

    Cal's men's soccer team is seeded 15th and Stanford earned a sixth overall seeding Monday and a first-round bye in the 48-school NCAA tournament. The No.

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  19. Swimming: Sergio Lopez set to take over as Singapore head coachRead the original story

    Monday Nov 17 | The Straits Times

    Spaniard Sergio Lopez is set to take over as head coach of the national swimming team, stepping down from his role as head coach of the Bolles School team in Jacksonville, Florida. It is understood that the 1988 Seoul Olympics bronze medallist has personally met with swimmers and parents at Bolles to inform them of his decision to leave for the Republic.

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  20. Bolles Head Coach Sergio Lopez Miro Signs Five-Year Contract With Singapore Sports InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    Sergio Lopez Miro, the head coach at The Bolles School, has signed a five-year contract with the Singapore to take over as the head coach of its national team. Officially, he's been hired as the head high performance coach and advisor of the Singapore Sports Institute.

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