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Feb 19, 2013   Craig Lord
A review into Australian swimming at London 2012 talks of "culturally toxic" environment; review cites cases of "getting drunk, misuse of prescription drugs, breaching curfews, deceit, bullying"; Leigh Nugent will fight for his job...
Feb 18, 2013   Craig Lord
Olympic champion Florent Manaudou, of Marseilles, sneaked past Nathan Adrian (USA) at the helm of the early world rankings with a 21.62 victory in the 50m freestyle at the Nancy meet at home in France this weekend past...
Feb 18, 2013   Craig Lord
At Sabadell meet in Barcelona, Mireia Belmonte clocks 8.33.40 and 2:09.95 in her two Olympic silver medal-winning events, 800m free and 200m 'fly, as she makes strides back to form after disruption to preparation for home world titles...
Feb 18, 2013   
News Round-Up: Aussie sprinter talks of finding good balance in life as he works in his cafe, opens a restaurant and continues to train while taking a break from racing; how golf is on an anti-doping learning curve en route to Olympic return...
Feb 18, 2013   Craig Lord
Ryan Lochte is loving his role as a reality TV star but says he is struggling to balance the demands of screen and training at a time when he is also campaigning hard for Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy...
Feb 17, 2013   
News Round-Up for the past week: Missy Franklin on form at Orlando Grand Prix; Julia Wilkinson retires; Stockport Intensive Training Centre axed; Michael Pliuskaitis banned for life by USA Swimming...
Feb 10, 2013   
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, of Bath, clocked 2:11.27 to win the 200m medley at the Derventio eXcel February Festival at Ponds Forge, Sheffield ...
Feb 9, 2013   
News Round-Up: Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson (GBR) clocks 2:11.75 to win the 200m breasts at the Derventio meet; Olympic silver medallist James Magnussen (AUS) deemed a "flop" who was too scared to leave home...
Feb 8, 2013   Craig Lord
Phelps mentor Bob Bowman & Spain's Inigo Mujika talk to 33 Brit coaches and 16 sports science staff in an effort to smooth transition to late trials for the world titles after London 2012 review; head coach Bill Furniss talks of culture change...
Feb 8, 2013   
The handbook will also be mailed to each of USA Swimming’s 2,790 member clubs; “Over the past two year, we’ve been committed to growing awareness around the issue of safe sport,” - Susan Woessner, Fed Director of Safe Sport...
Feb 7, 2013   Chuck Warner
The culture in a country contributes to the competitiveness of its children and ultimately the success of it’s swimmers, writes our Guest writer...
Feb 7, 2013   Craig Lord
Australia has been rocked by a doping scandal that has overtones of the GDR about it, in so far as athletes having taken substances never tested for human consumption; explosive Australian Crime Commission report points to systematic doping...
Feb 6, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: double Olympic sprint champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo heads Dutch squad at British Gas Open March 7-10; Therese Alshammar and coach Johan Wallberg expecting first baby; GB mourns; Kitajima continues; Curl case due ...
Feb 6, 2013   Karin Helmstaedt
Nick Thierry, the late founder and publisher of SwimNews Magazine and SwimNews.com, is to be honoured by the Canadian Olympic Committee with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Karin Helmstaedt...
Feb 5, 2013   Craig Lord
In her last extensive interview as a swimmer on the eve of retirement, Rebecca Adlington talks about her career, the team, the shared journey, the highs and lows, the next chapter and the greatest challenge and legacy still to come...
Feb 5, 2013   Craig Lord
Sun Yang, China's double Olympic swimming gold medallist and world record over 1500m freestyle, has been suspended from all commercial activities for breaching a "series of team rules", according to Xinhua...
Feb 5, 2013   Craig Lord
Rebecca Adlington, double Olympic champion over 400m and 800m freestyle, announced her retirement from racing 12 days shy of her 24th birthday at a press conference in London this morning; there will be no comeback...
Feb 4, 2013   Craig Lord
Andry Govorov, the 20-year-old sprint promise from Ukraine, has become the latest international swimmer to join the ADN Project; he speaks of his love of classical music and reveals how he asks the water to help him...
Feb 4, 2013   Craig Lord
Bill Furniss is confirmed as Britain head coach, to work alongside Aussie Chris Spice as performance director in the wake of a London 2012 review that favoured a Made in Britain future for a team set to wave Rebecca Adlington goodbye...
Feb 4, 2013   Craig Lord
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) is set to adopt a "more ruthless" approach to the financing elite sports when it releases its next set of funding figures within the next two months; private funding emphasised...
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