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Friday, September 29, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Olympic gold medalist and Florida Gator swimmer, Caeleb Dressel, at the Florida Invitational
The high school swimming season in Idaho is different this year – the state finally recognizes it a sanctioned sport! (Statesman)

This college swimming preview considers how USA Swimming's Athlete of the Year, Caeleb Dressel, will boost the Florida Gators in his senior year. (Swim Swam)

A public pool has banned a young woman from swimming with a mermaid tail. (BBC)

A recent column recalling the now-retired requirement that boys swim nude in gym class inspired a slew of alternately painful and amusing memories. (Democrat & Chronicle)

After last week's earthquake forced the postponement of the World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City, Swimming Canada stepped up with next month's "condensed" version in Toronto. (Swimming World)


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