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Friday, April 14, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian prepares for the 2017 arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa
Watch the live stream from the 2017 arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, which kicks into gear today. (USA Swimming) Katie Ledecky and Conor Dwyer will be among the most-watched swimmers. (FloSwimming)

Tokyo 2020 could include 10 new swimming events, including mixed men/women relays! (Washington Post) The reaction from swimming coaches has been mixed. (Swimming World)

At the Australian Swimming Championships, Mack Horton won a trifecta of freestyle distance events while teen sensation Ariarne Titmus may give Katie Ladecky a run for her money at the World Championships in Budapest. (Courier Mail)

In Geneva, Switzerland, women can now legally swim topless. (Independent)

Marathon swimmer Kim Chambers headlines a California-to-Tijuana swim team raising funds for families who have suffered fatalities at the US-Mexican border. (Daily Times)

Which Caribbean swimmers are likely to dominate at this week's CARIFTA Swimming Championships? (FloSwimming)

An 11-year-old aspiring Olympic swimmer may soon have a private training pool, if plans are approved for the estate owned by his dad, pop singer Rod Stewart. (Mirror)

Check out some vintage swimming-hole photos in this nostalgic article on one of Richmond, Virginia's long-gone quarries. (WTVR)

How do you live to see 105? According to this Brooklyn woman, swimming adds years! (NY Daily News)

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Today I am incredibly proud and tremendously excited to share my next swimming adventure! This is a very special collaborative effort across five nations, and many months in the making. On Friday 5th May I will join 11 other swimmers from around the world, guided by six kayakers, on an unprecedented swim across the border from the USA to Mexico, in an effort to raise funds and awareness for the Colibrí Center for Human Rights. As a team we are motivated by our shared desire to be of service, utilizing our passion for swimming as a universal expression of kindness and unity. Our hope is that our swim inspires friends, families and communities - both near and far - to enable the Colibrí Center for Human Rights to continue its work on a larger scale and to inspire people from all walks of life to understand, appreciate and attempt to resolve political, cultural and social differences that may separate them from others. #swimming #unity #kindness #diplomacy #usa #mexico #pacs #kimswims #colibricenterforhumanrights #servicebeforeself
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2 comments:

Dennis L. Ward said...

I guess I'm going to Arizona this weekend. Hope I will enjoy this trip.
Thanks for sharing your post.

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