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Friday, April 28, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Olympic medalist and British swimming record-holder Duncan Scott
April has been Adult Learn-to-Swim Month, and legendary pitchman Anthony Sullivan has been lending his famously persuasive voice to the cause. (U.S. Masters Swimming)

Oceans Seven swimmer Kim Chambers continues to gather steam toward her politically motivated 10K cross-border swim from San Diego to Tijuana on Cinco de Mayo. (Outside)

Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy credits his swimming success partly to his 5,000-calorie-a-day diet! (GQ)

Get inspired by the 11-year-old boy who became a national swimming champion with just one arm and one leg. (Daily Sabah)

On either side of the pond, don't plan your swimming vacation without checking these lists of the UK's best waterfalls for wild swimming (Telegraph) and the top swimming holes in Texas (Chronicle).

From social media to fundraising, what can swim clubs learn from these 7 Marketing Award winners at USA Swimming's #SwimBiz conference? 

Don't miss the astonishing photos of the new partially roofed swimming pool at Hong Kong's Kennedy Town Station. (Dazeen)

Take a fascinating look at how a 10,000-pound hippo can move through water – without technically swimming! (The Atlantic)



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Max Litchfield, Duncan Scott Take Down British Records on Day Three in Sheffield //Read about it in the link in our bio!!!

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