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Arena Grand Prix in Austin Psych Sheet Is Out, Coach Marsh Confirms Ryan Lochte Not Coming
AUSTIN, Texas. ALTHOUGH the swimming world got its hopes up with Ryan Lochte having confirmed entries in the Arena Grand Prix in Austin this weekend, it looks like it just turned out to be a tease.
Spice Up The Lunge With Some External Rotation!
SANTA CLARA, California. MANY swimmers lack rotation and extension, mainly due to overactivity of their shoulder internal rotators combined with the amount of sitting performed by the average person. This dynamic lunge with rotation exercise, introduced by COR founder G. John Mullen, looks to increase thoracic rotation and extension while providing a dynamic movement to combat shoulder internal rotation.
Michael Phelps Surprises Swimmers in Saint Petersburg
SAINT PETERSBURG, Florida. EARLIER this week, Michael Phelps and several other North Baltimore Aquatic Club swimmers surprised the Westminster College swim team when they showed up to train at the North Shore Aquatic Complex.
Olympians Comment on FINA Petition to Recognize Victims of East German Doping Era
PHOENIX, Arizona. THREE days ago, Swimming World and SwimVortex.com partnered to create an online petition to call on FINA to recognize the victims of the East German drug doping era of the 1970s and 1980s, and the global response has been overwhelming.
Kosuke Hagino Smashes Asian Record in 400 IM Short Course
TOKYO, Japan. AT a local short course meet in Japan, Kosuke Hagino blasted two seconds off the Asian record in the men's 400-meter IM according to local reports.
Morning Swim Show: From Y Nationals to Club Excellence Program, Wilton Wahoos Continuing Tradition
PHOENIX, Arizona. THE head coach of one of the new members of USA Swimming's Gold Medal Club Excellence program joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show.
Michigan Men, California Women Stand Atop NCAA Mock Scoring
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. WITH all of the latest holiday training trips, and mid-season swims now entered into the equation, USA Swimming's stat guru Anthony Buhr has released his latest mock NCAA scoring update. If you love this type of numbers-based analysis, make sure to follow USA Swimming's stats department on Twitter @USASwimStats.
Pursley Pep Talks: Just For The Heck of It!
One of the required sets for all of the swimmers in one of our national team camps was a 3,000-meter swim for time. While this may have been a routine set for some of the distance swimmers, it was a shock to the system for the sprinters. In the age of race-specific training, many would argue that there was no purpose or benefit for the sprinters to do that kind of a set. I disagree.
Fran Crippen Remembered at CeraVe Invitational
PISCATAWAY, New Jersey. THROUGHOUT the weekend, swimmers have been battling it out in the pool at this year's CeraVe Invitational. Taking place at the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center on the Rutgers University campus, swimmers from across the country made the journey to compete here. They fought hard throughout all of the events, but even harder to honor the memory of the late Fran Crippen.
2014 U.S. Paralympics Swimming National Team Named
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, announced today that 12 athletes, including six reigning world champions, have been named to the 2014 U.S. Paralympics Swimming National A Team. Nine athletes were named to the national B team, with an additional 15 athletes named to the emerging and military teams.
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FINA Announces World Cup Stops For 2014, No Competition In Berlin
BERLIN, Germany. AFTER German news channel N24 already reported about it yesterday, with the announcement of the FINA Swimming World Cup stops, it now is confirmed that Berlin will not be hosting a World Cup in 2014. According to N24, this is probably due to the fact that Berlin will already host the LEN Long Course European Championships in August. Doha, Qatar however, is going to host both a World Cup and the FINA Short Course World Championships this year.
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America’s Golden Girl
Natalie Coughlin has been swimming since she was 6 years old, and at 31, she’s still going strong—striving to improve both as an athlete and a person.

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