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Friday, March 10, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Muslim swimmer in full-body swimsuit
In England, full body swimsuits are now allowed in competitions for religious purposes. (ASA)

A new documentary, Swim Team, explores the positive impact of swimming on teens with autism. (NY Post)

The NCAA announced the names of the male swimmers competing in their Division 1 Swimming Championships. The D1 women swimmers were announced last week.

Try the speed- and stamina-building training session that IRONMAN World Champ Daniela Ryf uses for the swim (and for the bike and run too). (220 Triathlon)

A Florida zoo has been ordered to stop letting tourists swim with tigers. (Tampa Bay Times, with video)

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