Olympic Swimming Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. CIF Swim/Dive Finals: Clovis High boys relay scores historic goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | The Fresno Bee

    Clovis High won gold in the 200 free relay, providing the Central Section's highlight performance of the inaugural CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex. Seth Nabors, Ryan McVicars, Zach Koch and Graham Hauss swam an All-America time of 1:23.60 to top Newport Harbor for the title and one of eight medals earned by section competitors during the two-day meet.

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  2. Devil swimmers represent at first state meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Davis Enterprise

    Last year at this time, these eight Davis High athletes would have been taking a well-deserved rest from swimming. But instead, eight Blue Devils girls - Kyla Leacox, Mia Motekaitis, Nikki Adkins, Cody Hargadon, Angelica Tujo, Annie Brennan, Julianna Chan and Claire McElhern - had one last day at the beach, er, the pool - and it was a fun one.

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  3. Palo Alto girls splash to a state title in 200 free relayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Palo Alto Weekly

    The Palo Alto girls won a state title in the 200 free relay, clocking a school record of 1:33.88 on Saturday at Clovis West High. Photo by Danny Dye.

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  4. Magnussen out of worlds over shoulder surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Bangkok Post

    Australia's James Magnussen will miss defending his 100m freestyle title at this year's world championship to have shoulder surgery, Swimming Australia said on Sunday. James Magnussen reacts after coming second in the 100m freestyle final at Australia's world championship trials in Sydney on April 7, 2015 Doctors said significant damage to Magnussen's sub-scapular region in his left shoulder required surgery, forcing him out of the FINA world championships in Kazan, Russia in July.

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  5. CIF swimming and diving championships: Junior Albert Gwo of Los Altos ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Paradise Post

    Albert Gwo stood next to the starting blocks just before his first race Saturday, clearly ready for the big moment. The Los Altos swimmer then got off to great start in the shortest race in the program at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex and did not let up.

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  6. CIF swimming: Northgate boys win state team championshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | The Campbell Reporter

    To say that East Bay athletes had a memorable experience at the inaugural California Interscholastic Federation state swimming and diving championships might be shortchanging the impressive results the region turned in Saturday. Forty-one swimmers or relay teams reached the medal stand at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex, including four that finished first and five that placed second.

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  7. 'Humbled that swimming got me this far'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Daily Dispatch

    Having competed at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte just last week, 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte was in Raleigh on Saturday for a meet-and-greet with fans as part of a SPEEDO USA promotion at Flip Flop Shops inside Crabtree Valley Mall. "Honestly, it's just giving back to the community," Lochte told The Daily Dispatch.

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  8. Magnussen to have shoulder surgery, out of worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | ABC News

    Double world champion James Magnussen has been ruled out of defending his 100 metres freestyle title in Kazan with a shoulder injury. The 24-year-old, nicknamed "The Missile", will need to have surgery after testing showed the injury had reduced the strength in his left shoulder by up to 70 per cent.

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  9. Defending 100-meter champion Magnusssen out of swim worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Defending 100-meter freestyle champion James Magnussen of Australia will miss the July world swimming championships in Kazan, Russia, due to left shoulder surgery. Swimming Australia said in a statement Sunday that doctors discovered significant damage to Magnussen's sub-scapular region in his left shoulder which has caused it to lose 70 percent of its strength.

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  10. Defending 100m champ Magnusssen out of worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | ESPN

    Former 800m world champion was forced to take a humiliating gender test aged 18, but is now hoping for glory in Rio. The group leading the bid to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston shook up its management Thursday, making Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca the new chairman.

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  11. CIF swimming and diving championships: CCS swimmers post fast times on first day of meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Paradise Post

    It was Bay Area domination on the first day of the inaugural California Interscholastic Federation state swimming and diving championships Friday. In the 4 hours needed to complete preliminary heats on a gray and comfortable afternoon and early evening at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex, swimmers from this newspaper's greater coverage area put 98 out of a possible 176 swimmers or relay teams into Saturday's finals, including 13 top seeds in the 22-event program.

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  12. Avoid illness while swimming: share the fun, not the germsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Grand Haven Tribune

    Pools, waterparks, and splash pads will soon be packed with people looking to have fun, be active or just relax while enjoying the summer heat. The Kent County Health Department knows that swimming is one of the most popular recreation activities and can be a part of a healthy exercise routine, but recreational waters can also make us ill.

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  13. UEL honours sporting starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Newham Recorder

    The University of East London honoured its sporting stars of 2014/15 at the sixth annual UEL Sports Awards at Emirates Stadium last night. The glittering event noted the achievements of students in the British Universities and Colleges Sports Championships and beyond and also recognised the behind-the-scenes work of their team-mates and peers.

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  14. CGB Hall of Fame: (1) Missy Franklin vs. (16) Pete CutinoRead the original story

    Saturday May 23 | California Golden Blogs

    Aquatics stars old and new face off in the morning Hall of Fame matchup, as swimming star Missy Franklin pairs off against water polo legend Pete Cutino. For those of you who happen to not be acquainted with Missy Franklin, Franklin has won four Olympic gold medals, one Olympic bronze, three World Championship long course gold medals, one World Championship long course silver medal, one World Championship long course bronze medal, and two World Championship short course silver medals.

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  15. Katsumi Nakamura's 100 Free Record Highlights Record-Setting Day At Japan OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    The second day of the Japan Open upped the ante for the host country as two senior national records and one junior record fell in Tokyo. The meet is featuring a contingent of athletes from Australia and Great Britain, while American Anthony Ervin is also in attendance.

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  16. Team Jorvik make grade in Spa galaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | York Press

    TEAM Jorvik won 21 'A' Grade medals and 18 'B' Grade medals from 101 swims at Harrogate Swimming Club's Annual Spa Town meet. Maximus Mawle entered three events, winning medals in all three with personal best times, while Heidi Fothergill, in her first gala, clocked a huge 200 metre backstroke PB and gained a PB in the 50m freestyle, gaining a second place medal.

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  17. SWIMMING: Lottie Wynne-Jones wins incredible eight gold medals in super showRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Oxford Mail

    Bicester Blue Fins' Lottie Wynne-Jones scooped an amazing eight gold medals at the first weekend of the ASA South East Regional Championships in Crawley. They are on track to beat the 11 golds they won in last year's competition, with two weekends left.

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  18. CCS swimmers post fast times on first day of CIF championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Marin Independent Journal

    It was Bay Area domination on the first day of the inaugural California Interscholastic Federation state swimming and diving championships Friday. In the 4 hours needed to complete preliminary heats on a gray and comfortable afternoon and early evening at the Clovis Olympic Swim Complex, swimmers from this newspaper's greater coverage area put 98 out of a possible 176 swimmers or relay teams into Saturday's finals, including 13 top seeds in the 22-event program.

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  19. CIF Swim/Dive Finals: Central Section makes splash on opening day of meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Fresno Bee

    Seth Nabors jumps off the starting block at the start of his 100 yard freestyle preliminary heat during the CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships at Clovis West High Friday, May 22, 2015. Kyle Grissom of Porterville swims in his 100 yard butterfly preliminary heat during the CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships at Clovis West High Friday, May 22, 2015.

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  20. Special Olympian Delgado to compete in LARead the original story

    Friday May 22 | The Union Democrat

    In July, Delgado will be a member of Team USA in the Special Olympics World Games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. 7,000 athletes, representing 177 countries will compete in front of an expected 500,000 spectators.

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