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Mar 4, 2013   Craig Lord
Sun Yang apologises and returns to coach Zhu Zhigen today after an acrimonious split following the coach's criticism of the Olympic 1500m free champ and the champ's call for the coach to be replaced...
Mar 3, 2013   Craig Lord
As the International de la Méditérranée comes to a close in Marseilles, Britain's Fran Halsall takes two more wins, ahead of Natalie Coughlin in 100m free and 50m 'fly, and Olympic champ Nathan Adrian blasts 48.11 win in 100m free...
Mar 2, 2013   Craig Lord
Francesca Halsall takes a brace of victories at the Marseilles intl in France, on 58.37 on 'fly to take helm of early world ranks, and 24.91 in free dash; Nathan Adrian pips Olympic champ Florent Manaudou 21.75 to 21.83 in 50 free...
Mar 1, 2013   Craig Lord
Mireia Belmonte, double Olympic medallist for Spain at London 2012, put a tumultuous post-Games season behind her with two wins and a 3rd place finish on day 1 at the 2nd Meeting International de la Méditérranée in Marseilles ...
Feb 28, 2013   Craig Lord
Olympic sprint medallist Cullen Jones, 29 tomorrow, has confirmed to a local paper that he will race on and bid for a place on the US squad for Rio 2016; will stay put in Charlotte as long as coach David Marsh remains...
Feb 28, 2013   Mike Thompson
Guest writer and coach Mike Thompson considers the impact of a forum called The Coaching Excellence Series, introduced by Ben Titley, the Brit coach at the helm of the Ontario excellence centre in Canada...
Feb 28, 2013   Craig Lord
Marseilles Intl: Mireia Belmonte takes on 11 events, Fran Halsall down for 50 and 100m on 3 strokes; Coughlin challenges; Olympic champs Florent Manaudou & Nathan Adrian lead sprint shoal; Camille Lacourt to rumble with Liam Tancock ...
Feb 28, 2013   Craig Lord
Dawn Fraser was awarded "Australia's greatest female sportswoman of all time" award and then she went and spoiled it all by saying something stupid like "ban 'em for life" in the wake of the Stilnox saga...
Feb 27, 2013   Craig Lord
Editorial: more than 40 years after electronic timing was judged superior to the human eye, there is no shame in saying that the official on deck can't see what's happening below the bubbles; don't tinker with the stroke, turn the cameras on...
Feb 27, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Lionel Horter, Frence boss, wants to get Gaul's "forgotten coaches" back in the fold; Australia tackles the gender gap in sport - what's the picture in world swimming; Brazil's dreams of a woman medallist at Rio 2016 ...
Feb 26, 2013   Craig Lord
Helge Meeuw, silver medallist for Germany over 100m backstroke at the 2009 World Championships, has retired from racing, his focus on studies and a family steeped in swimming history...
Feb 26, 2013   Craig Lord
FINA, amid debate on underwater cameras, may relax the rules on breaststroke to allow multiple dolphin kicks at the start of races, according to former 1500m great Vladimir Salnikov, head of Russian swimming...
Feb 26, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Plymouth-based Ruta Meilutyte, Olympic 100m breaststroke champ for LTU, shatters national 200 IM record by 8sec with a 2:13.69 heats swim at BUCS; US Olympic champs head to Europe; Saltzstein's questions on screening...
Feb 25, 2013   
News Round-Up: "Looking for love is definitely a quest. I definitely do want to find love, but I don't know if that will happen on the show" - Ryan Lochte; Coach Stoelwinder takes wrap along with Nugent; Italians tested in s/c meets...
Feb 25, 2013   Craig Lord
FINA's ruling Bureau is said to have rejected the use of underwater cameras in rulings on disqualification, disputes and appeals at its latest meeting in Spain; Congress will decide the issue come July after further debate...
Feb 25, 2013   Craig Lord
Two European rounds of the FINA World Cup, in Eindhoven and Berlin, are due to be staged immediately after the World Championships in Barcelona this summer to catch the wave of fit athletes in peak race form ...
Feb 24, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Loughborough won the Brit Uni champs crown by a dominant margin at Sheffield after three days of racing; Terakawa & Co on form at s/c nationals; Magnussen tells Aussie TV that Sullivan and Targett said Stilnox was a 'tradition'...
Feb 23, 2013   
News Round-Up: Olympic relay champ Mel Schlanger calls on head coach Leigh Nugent to fall on his sword; Armstrong sued by US Government; Miley and Fogg win uni titles; Phelps tries baseball; Curl confesses ...
Feb 22, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: The Australia men’s 4x100m freestyle relay team will face an Integrity Panel after an "admission of guilt" following bad behaviour on Olympic duty; penalty may stretch to financial loss; TYR signs US fed deal...
Feb 21, 2013   Chuck Warner
Lessons From Legends: It’s amazing what can happen when people think big, says guest writer Chuck Warner as he considers the tale of Jim Wood and a life lived without limits in the realms of The Who, Cream and Eric Clapton...
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