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Friday, September 29, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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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