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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...
Feb 3, 2013   Craig Lord
Mentor to Rebecca Adlington, Bill Furniss is to serve as head coach to Britain; he will be the first from his country to occupy the professional post since a split in the roles of performance director and the top deck job...
Feb 1, 2013   
News Round-Up: A shake-up was needed in the AUS swimming, says Alicia Coutts; Katie Ledecky on the difference between Olympic and high school racing; Britta Steffen & Paul Biedermann learn to cook together; ISHOF's 1st 'Esthers'...
Jan 31, 2013   Craig Lord
Swimming Canada CEO Pierre Lafontaine is leaving the federation to take up a role at Canadian Interuniversity Sport, effective March 1; Canada intends to have new man in place by September; Scott for top Aussie job?...
Jan 31, 2013   Craig Lord
Liaoning, the province that has just been fined 100,000 Yuan as the governing body in charge of China's latest doping scandal in swimming, is to host the Chinese National Games in September...
Jan 31, 2013   Craig Lord
Britain has lost one of the key men in line to take on the role of performance director after the departure in November of Michael Scott. John Atkinson heads to Ottawa as Pierre Lafontaine prepares to move on...
Jan 31, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Rebecca Adlington set to retire; Manaudou pregnant and moving on; AUS coach Shannon Rollason off to Denmark; Armstrong accuses everyone as Rasmussen confesses; Phelps, the player; Fraser & Rice on celebrity trail...
Jan 30, 2013   Craig Lord
Big day on doping: a Spanish doctor stands accused but has his 'private data' protected; more woe from China in swimming; and WADA is "dismayed" by UCI's "deceit" over Armstrong inquiry panel and truth and reconciliation ...
Jan 29, 2013   Craig Lord
Swimming New Zealand has hired Bill Sweetenham in a temporary role as high performance coach as the nation looks for a permanent leader on the deck; his arrival coincides with that of Luis Villanueva, the director Sweetenham worked with in Spain...
Jan 29, 2013   Craig Lord
Following our reports and pressure from USA Swimming, FINA today imposed a teo-year ban on Li Zhesi, the Chinese teenager who at 16 last March 31 tested positive for EPO; coach Wang also banned for 2 years; Liaoning punished ...
Jan 29, 2013   
News Round-Up: world champion Fabio Scozzoli (ITA) tests himself on freestyle, 'fly and backstroke in local meets; Karen Crouse on Dagny Knutson; and the latest race tests for Katinka Hosszu and Daniel Gyurta ...
Jan 29, 2013   Craig Lord
Lionel Horter, the Mulhouse coach who served head of France's senior coaching group from 2009, has been appointed Technical Director for the French Swimming Federation (FFN); he succeeds the late Christian Donze ...
Jan 29, 2013   Craig Lord
Swimming is among sports named at heart of WADA's efforts to crack open an international sports doping ring; Eufemiano Fuentes in focus; Spain under pressure; UCI disbands commission in favour of truth and reconciliation ...
Jan 28, 2013   Craig Lord
News Round-Up: Missy Franklin may add the 50m freestyle and 200m medley to her repertoire, coach and mentor Todd Schmitz, of the Colorado Stars, tells a Denver paper; Thorpe may have tilt at Commonwealth spot...
Jan 28, 2013   Craig Lord
Laure Manaudou, the first woman swimmer to win Olympic gold in the pool when she claimed the 400m freestyle title in 2004, will announce her second and final retirement from the race pool on French television this Wednesday, says AFP...
Jan 28, 2013   Craig Lord
The United States Aquatic Sports federation is to ask for FINA clarification on the status of a positive EPO test (A and B) returned by Li Zhesi, a 16-year-old member of the China swim team until the eve of Olympic trials last year...
Jan 27, 2013   Craig Lord
The men's 100m freestyle final in the concluding session of the Golden Lanes Circuit in Nice produced an an Italian line-up, led by Luca Dotto, on 49.40; teammate Alice Mizzau takes women's 100m; Camille Muffat wins 400m in 4:10 ...
Jan 26, 2013   Craig Lord
at the second round of the French Golden lanes circuit in Nice...
Jan 25, 2013   Craig Lord
Olympic 200m freestyle champion Yannick Agnel, of France, claimed a 15:16.86 victory over 1500m amid winter work at the second stage of the Golden Lanes Circuit at home in Nice; Camille Muffat clocks 8:30.59 over 800m...
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