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Mar 20, 2013   Craig Lord
Swimming Australia will appoint an interim head coach after Leigh Nugent told the federation: enough - I quit; interim coach to be appointed; hocky boss tipped for CEO job in swimming...
Mar 19, 2013   Chuck Warner
When the horn blasts to start the 200y free relay prelims on Thursday in Indianapolis, the number one and two ranked college teams in America will be joined by 79 other squads in a battle for the NCAA Team Championship...
Mar 19, 2013   Craig Lord
Watch for a sprint showdown at the Swimcup Eindhoven, on April 4-6, as double Olympic champ Ranomi Kromowidjojo takes on double Olympic champ (08) Britta Steffen, Dorothea Brandt, Sarah Sjostrom, Femke Heemskerk and Inge Dekker...
Mar 19, 2013   Craig Lord
On day three at Kiwi nationals in Auckland, Lauren Boyle led the way to a New Zealand 4x200m free relay at world titles with a 1:58.54 qualifier for solo action at Barcelona this summer...
Mar 19, 2013   
The Stilnox Saga sinking into the stuff of 2012 but not yet out of sight, Swimming Australia today welcomed the Australian Sports Commission’s new governance principles to improve accountability and, through that, performance...
Mar 18, 2013   Craig Lord
In the absence of support for Olympic sport in Brazil, the 2016 Olympic host can kiss goodbye to a top 10 medals aim at home, says London 2012 silver medallist Thiago Pereira as he gets set to reveal his new club after months of struggle...
Mar 18, 2013   Craig Lord
Lauren Boyle clocks 4:05 400 free and cracks national 1500m record (16:16) as one of five to race inside world-championships qualification targets over the first two days of action at the New Zealand Swimming Championships in Auckland...
Mar 18, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: "I'm still really self conscious about everything that's happened and about people's perceptions of myself and what went on," - Magnussen; Franklin flying in Federal Way; Bolles boys on the march; Swiss marks for Räuftlin...
Mar 17, 2013   Craig Lord
At the Amiens leg of France's Golden Lanes Circuit, Lotte Friis goes 16:01.41 pace setter over 1500m free to take the helm of the first-quarter world ranks and Stravius clocks 53.70 and 1:59.87 respectively over 100 back and 200 IM...
Mar 17, 2013   Craig Lord
Olympic medallists Ryosuke Irie, Kosuke Hagino and Takeshi Matsuda helped Japan conclude a strong show on the last day at NSW state titles in Sydney; Irie and Hagino top Stravius and Grevers' season bests 100 back; Matsuda No2 world ranks 100 'fly...
Mar 17, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Cesar Cielo (BRA) clocks 22.20 in 50 free at the Southern Zone-South Sectional Champs in Florida; enrik Christiansen, 16, sets new Norwegian s/c junior records of 7:52.56 and 15:02.11 over 800 and 1500m free...
Mar 16, 2013   Craig Lord
Rusada, the Russian anti-doping agency, has spent the week saving the Russian swim federation's bacon under the waiver on four strikes and you're out: Moskvina, 6 years; Andreyeva 18 months; Lovtsova, 2.5y; Ustinova warned...
Mar 16, 2013   Craig Lord
Japan teammates Ryosuke Irie, Kosuke Hagino and Aya Terakawa set the pace for the rest of the world at the helm of the first quarter rankings with impressive early season efforts at NSW titles in Sydney today...
Mar 15, 2013   Chuck Warner
Are you getting ready to swim championship competition, asks our guest writer. Want to learn from a legend? Then look no further than Rick DeMont, the era of Mike Burton and the heartening tale in the midst of a sad one ...
Mar 15, 2013   Craig Lord
Japan's Takeshi Matsuda and Kosuke Hagino shot to the helm of the early 2013 world rankings with solid victories in their respective events at the NSW State titles Down Under today; wave of solid times shuffle early world rankings...
Mar 15, 2013   Craig Lord
At his first outing since the Stilnox saga apology, Australian sprinter James Magnussen posted a strong 48.90 in the 100m free heats on day 1 of the NSW State Open Championships in his home pool at SOPAC in Sydney...
Mar 15, 2013   Craig Lord
Sabadell coach Fred Vergnoux tells Spanish reporter Àngels F̀̀abregues that double Olympic silver medallist Mireia Belmonte is almost back to her 2012 form but explains why a home world titles will be hard for her and Spain...
Mar 14, 2013   Craig Lord
A team of 24 young Brits has been selected to race at the European Junior Championships (EJCs) to be held in Poznan, Poland from July 10-14; "We are taking a smaller, more medal focused group," says Mark Perry...
Mar 13, 2013   Craig Lord
It's 40th years since the first of Kornelia Ender's 23 solo world records in the pool. In 2:23.01 over 200m medley in East Berlin at the outset of a period in which thousands of athletes were systematically doped...
Mar 13, 2013   Craig Lord
Anti-doping: athletes suspected of taking banned drugs should be allowed to take lie detector tests to try to prove their innocence, anti-doping chiefs will hear today at the Tackling Doping in Sport conference in Twickenham, London...
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