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Brazil Long Course Championships: Felipe Silva, Joao Gomes Jr. Post Fast Times in 50 Breast
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil. THE Brazil World Championships Trials came to an end with a few more top 10 times going into the world rankings.

Felipe Silva touched out Joao Luiz Gomes Jr., 27.69 to 27.72, in the men's 50 breast. The swims moved Silva and Gomes Jr. to fourth and sixth in the world rankings. Cameron van der Burgh (27.24), Giacomo Perez Dortona (27.56), Brenton Rickard (27.60) and Lennart Stekelenburg (27.70) are the other top swimmers so far this year. Angelito Cassandra placed third in 28.73.
Russian Long Course Championships: Anastasia Zueva, Yuliya Efimova Close Meet With Stellar Swims
MOSCOW, Russia. THE Russian Long Course Championships concluded with quite a few more world-class swims going up on the scoreboard.

After throwing down a 59.51 in semis for second in the world in the women's 100 back, Anastasia Zueva improved that season best with a victorious 59.35. She still stands second to Aya Terakawa's 59.17 from the Japanese Nationals earlier this month. Kseniya Moskvina placed second in 1:01.15, while Maria Gromova took third in 1:02.02
USA Swimming Forms Partnership with Praesidium, Child Protection Education Leader
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. USA Swimming has partnered with Praesidium, the leading provider in the field of child protection, to produce and distribute comprehensive athlete protection education programming for the National Governing Body's 300,000 members. The education program, which is required of the organization's 30,000 non-athlete members, will be made available at no charge to athletes and their parents.
Kara Lynn Joyce Moving from California to Colorado
PHOENIX, Arizona. IN an interview taped today for an upcoming edition of The Morning Swim Show, two-time U.S. Olympian Kara Lynn Joyce announced she's changing training sites from Fullerton, Calif., to Denver.
Relay Touchpads Stirring Up Controversy
PHOENIX, Arizona. AT least a handful of times a year, relay touchpad judging equipment is at the center of controversy. It usually winds up costing a team a spot or two in team standings, or the chance to have a time recorded in the books. This year, however, there is a claim that Humble Kingwood's girls 5A state championship title in Texas could be called into question.
USA Paralympics CanAm Championships: U.S. Paralympic Swimmers Rewrite American Records
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota. THE USA Paralympics CanAm Championships took place this past weekend with quite a few long course meter American records being put into the books.
A3 Performance Poll of the Week
PHOENIX, Arizona. Swimming World wants to know what you think and offers you the chance to participate in our weekly poll.
Minnesota State-Mankato President Overturns Student Vote to Save Swimming
MANKATO, Minnesota. PRESIDENT Richard Davenport has decided not to approve a suggested student fee increase that would support four intercollegiate athletic programs scheduled to be eliminated at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Serbia Qualifies for Super Final of FINA Men's Water Polo World League
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. THE team of Serbia was the last European qualifier for the Super Final of the FINA Men's Water Polo World League 2011, after having narrowly defeated Spain in Belgrade by 14-12 (on penalty shootout). At the end of the regular time, the two teams were tied at 10-10, and at 2:13 to the end of the match the Iberians were even leading by 10-9. A precious goal of Pijetlovic with 1:42 to go balanced the score and obliged to a decisive penalty shootout, in which the Balkan team was luckier.
FINA Diving World Series Comes to Close in Mexico
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. THE team of China got six out of the eight titles on offer in the fourth and final leg of the FINA/Midea Diving World Series 2011, held in Guanajuato (MEX), on April 22-23. The only non-Chinese victories went to the local divers, with Yahel Castillo/Daniel Islas winning the men's 3m springboard and Ivan Garcia/German Sanchez triumphing in the men's 10m platform synchro
FINA Announces Open Water Venue, Schedule For World Championships
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. FOLLOWING a meeting in Shanghai (CHN), host of the 14th FINA World Championships from July 16-31, 2011, FINA designated the site of Jinshan City Beach (sea water) to host the Open Water Swimming events of this competition.
USA Swimming Relocates Open Water Nationals to Comply With New Safety Recommendations
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. THE 2011 USA Swimming Open Water National Championships have been relocated from Fort Myers, Fla., to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The 10k race will be held June 10 and the 5k race will remain on June 12. The USA Swimming Board of Directors approved this change in venue.
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What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of
Swimming World
Feature Articles:
CAL CLAIMS SECOND TEAM TITLE
For the second time in three years, Coach Teri McKeever’s University of California Golden Bears captured the team championships at the women't NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships.

What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of Swimming Technique
Feature Articles:
LANE LEADERS
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What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of SWIM Magazine
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Q&A WITH COACH CHAD ONKEN, YMCA OF THE TRIANGLE AREA
Widely credited with the discovery and development of Olympian Cullen Jones, Chad Onken has leveraged summer league, age group, high school, collegiate and Masters coaching experience to return YMCA of the Triangle Area swimmers to consistent top-three finishes at Y Nationals.

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