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Friday, March 31, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Swimmer Caeleb Dressel after setting American and NCAA records in the 100 freestyle at the NCAA Swimming Championships
Take a closer look at the record-breaking swims that earned the Texas Longhorn men their third consecutive NCAA title. (Swimming World)

April is Adult Learn-to-Swim Month, and U.S. Masters Swimming shares resources for students and volunteers

Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky are among this year's honorees the Pac-12 Women's Swimming & Diving Awards.

The so-called "Harvard of the East," Tsinghua University sparked controversy with a new requirement that all students swim at least 50m to graduate. (BBC)

All Olympians take risks. Women swimmers in Afghanistan risk military threats just to train for Tokyo 2020! (AFP)

Ten of these 22 FAQs for beginner triathletes concern the swim. (220 Triathlon)

Get inspired by the 68-year-old Masters swimmer who's earning podium victories … after a 50-year absence from competition! (Charlotte Observer)

The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America announced their Division I All-Americans for both men and women.





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