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Jan 4, 2013   Craig Lord
Yannick Agnel tells Le Figaro today: "Limits are an invention of man". France's double Olympic champion of London, has placed a world crown at the top of his menu for 2013 after a stellar 2012...
Jan 4, 2013   
News Round-Up: Leiston Pickett, back after hip surgery, has three meets this month and aims to step out of the shadow of retired Leisel Jones; Phelps' next goal a family and kids; Kitajima to wed; Sullivan takes time out from racing...
Jan 3, 2013   
Brittany Elmslie, a member of the Australia 4x100m free gold-medal winning squad at London 2012, has been called into the EnergyAustralia Swim Team to replace an injured Blair Evans for the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series this month...
Jan 3, 2013   
Entries opened today for the inaugural British Gas International Swimming Meet in March...
Jan 1, 2013   Craig Lord
Happy New Year to all our readers. In Part 2 of our review of headlines in 2012, August to year-end, the news is dominated by the passing of our founder, Nick Thierry, the man who kept the swimming score for 40 years...
Dec 31, 2012   Craig Lord
A trawl back through the headlines of a year about to end. Part 1, January to the end of the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Phelpsian swansong, the highlight of the year ...
Dec 22, 2012   
From the team at SwimNews at the end of a year in which we lost our captain, our founder and guide, the man who kept the swimming score for 40 years...
Dec 22, 2012   Craig Lord
For the first time in the history of Russian swimming, the coach of the year is a foreigner: Andrea Di Nino, head of the eponymous A.D.N Swim Project and coach to Olympic butterfly medallist Evgeny Korotyshkin ...
Dec 21, 2012   Chuck Warner
Guest Writer Chuck Warner looks back at some of the toughest swim practices and where they led some of the toughest swimmers in the history book ...
Dec 21, 2012   Craig Lord
World Cup queen Katinka Hosszu, almost 35km of racing in her 2012 treasury alongside a prize pot that will top $200,000 by the year end, was the star of the the short-course Salnikov Cup in Russia today with four golds and a silver...
Dec 21, 2012   Karin Helmstaedt
The Canadian Olympic Committee will tomorrow award Brittany Maclean the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in Toronto; Canadian team's London 2012 motto was "give your everything" - Maclean did just that...
Dec 20, 2012   
Brazil, host to the 2016 Olympic Games, has its 10th and 11th positive doping tests in swimming on its hands; at Braziul Open in November, Diego Prado tested positive for the steroid stanozol and Leonardo Sumida for marijuana ...
Dec 20, 2012   Craig Lord
Fabrice Pellerin, mentor to Olympic champs Yannick Agnel and Camille Muffat, the freestyle duo who played a part in all but one of the national team's tally of 7 medals, is L'Equipe's Sports Manager of the Year; Nice website launched...
Dec 19, 2012   Craig Lord
Francesca Halsall on how she wrestled with a shoulder injury, coped with home Olympics disappointment, emerged from a crisis of confidence feeling stronger; work underway with new coach James Gibson; talks to raise issue of supplements...
Dec 19, 2012   Craig Lord
The Olympic 100m backstroke champion on the support of family, friends and coaches along the way; Rick DeMont takes an artistic view to swimming, viewing every individual as having a different stroke, “both literally and figuratively”...
Dec 18, 2012   Chuck Warner
Guest writer Chuck Warner, US coach, considers the most enduring national age-group records among girls - and why the standards are still there ...
Dec 18, 2012   
Thomas Fraser Holmes tweeted to Brittany Elmslie after heats: let's go. 157 britta. The 18-year-old London 2012 relay gold medallist duly delivered with a 1:57.71 in the 17-18s 200m freestyle at Queensland titles in Brisbane...
Dec 18, 2012   Craig Lord
British Swimming was the biggest casualty in a funding announcement from UK Sport for the four years leading up to Rio 2016, its budget cut by £4m; job cuts "inevitable" says chief executive ...
Dec 17, 2012   Craig Lord
Olympic and world short-course silver medallist Michael Jamieson has signed a sponsorship deal with British Gas, the energy company that funds British Swimming to the tune of £15 million...
Dec 17, 2012   
After breaking the minute for the first time in a textile suit at Olympic trials in March, London 2012 silver medallist Christian Sprenger broke the magic mark for a 5th time this year to take the Queensland crown...
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