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NCAA Division I Men's Championships: California Closes Door On Texas, Claims Team Title
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota. CALIFORNIA's Graeme Moore, Josh Daniels, Tom Shields and eliminated all doubt about its first NCAA Division I Men's team title since 1980 by storming the field in the men's 400-yard free relay at the NCAA Division I Men's Championships.
Championships: Lords Dethroned By Denison After 31-Year Reign; Emory Women Clinch Second Straight Win
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee. ON the final night of the NCAA Division III National Championships, the Denison men did the impossible as they defeated Kenyon by one-point in the team race, 500.5 to 499.5. After 31 consecutive national championships, Kenyon's streak is over. The Emory ladies easily won their second consecutive national championship defeating second-place Denison, 614-428.
The Fitter & Faster Tour Announces April Events in California, Ohio, North Carolina, New Jersey
MIAMI, Florida. IN April 2011, The Fitter and Faster Tour will be coming to Oakland, Calif.; Columbus, Ohio; and Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C.
FINA Announces Bid Cities for 2015, 2017 World Championships
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. THE Cities/National Federations of Guadalajara (MEX), Guangzhou (CHN), Hong Kong (HKG), Kazan (RUS) and Montreal (CAN, only for 2017) presented formal bids to host the 16th in 2015 and the 17th FINA World Championships in 2017.
Japanese International Swimming Competitions Selection Trial: Naoya Tomita Posts Textile Best, Yuka Katou Breaks Japanese Record
HAMAMATSU, Japan. AN incredibly fast three days of swimming came to an end at the Japanese International Swimming Competitions Selection Trial held in Hamamatsu. The meet took place in long course meters format.
SwimCup Eindhoven: Dutch Record Book Rewritten, , Lennart Stekelenburg Triple
EINDHOVEN, The Netherlands, April 10. THE SwimCup Eindhoven produced a handful of Dutch long course meter records as well as a few world-ranked times.
A3 Performance Poll of the Week
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Australian Long Course Championships: Leiston Pickett Sets All Comers Record With World Best
SYDNEY, Australia. THE Australian Long Course Championships came to a close with another world best that also served as an All Comers record.
Chinese Long Course Nationals: Sun Yang Cruises to 1500 Free Title
WUHAN, China. DAY six of the Chinese Long Course Nationals produced several top-10 ranked swims during another swift day of racing.
Spanish Long Course Championships: Mireia Belmont Garcia, Melanie Costa Schmid Set Spanish Records
MADRID, Spain. THE Spanish Long Course Championships went out with a bang as a pair of national records took a tumble.
Swiss Long Course Championships: Meet Comes to Close
GENEVA, Switzerland. THE final day of the Swiss Long Course Championships went into the books in Geneva.
Open Division Championships Re-Named US Open Of Water Polo; Dates Set For 2011
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California. THE USA Water Polo Open Division National Championships have been renamed the US Open of Water Polo effective immediately, and in time for the upcoming 2011 summer competition season. The US Open of Water Polo, featuring some of the top talent America has to offer, will feature women competing July 22-24, 2011 and the men August 5-7, 2011. The women will compete at the SODA Aquatics Center in Moraga, California while the men will play in Orange County, California at a location to be determined.
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What you'll find in the April 2011 issue of
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HAIL TO THE (NEW) CHIEF
University of Arizona’s Frank Busch is the man who will lead the Stars and Stripes into this summer’s World Championships, next year’s Olympic Games and beyond as ’s new national team director.
What you'll find in the April 2011 issue of Swimming Technique
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Q&A WITH COACH DOUG GROOMS, MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Doug Grooms has produced academic and athletic excellence at the Missouri University of Science and Technology and wonders what the long-term effect of capping athlete attendance at the NCAA meet will do to D-II swimming.
What you'll find in the April 2011 issue of SWIM Magazine
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THE WORLD’S BEST MASTERS
Swimming World Magazine’s list of the Top 12 World Masters Swimmers of 2010 was dominated by the United States and Japan, with the swimmers ranging in age from 34 to 95.