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Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Week in Swimming

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Australian open water swimmer and Instagram sensation, Nathan the Beach Cat
You can live-stream this weekend's USA College Challenge on the Pac-12 website and app.

Olympic gold-medal swimmer Anthony Ervin took a knee during the National Anthem, prompting the question, 'What should we expect at this winter's Olympics?' (Washington Post)

Two-time Olympic swimmer Lindsay Mintenko became the first woman to lead the National Swimming Team; the promotion came as part of a USA Swimming staff restructuring.

Open water swimmers, you have a new feline compatriot in Internet sensation Nathan the Beach Cat. (People)

A Palo Alto swim team hosted a swimming fundraiser for a Puerto Rican swim team impacted by Hurricane Maria. (Swimming World)

One hundred years ago this week, a newspaper announced that the sport of swimming, once thought "dangerous and violent," was starting to catch on! (Spokesman-Review)

Speaking of dangerous, a 72-year-old Irish swimmer wouldn't let the approaching eye of Storm Ophelia interrupt his daily Atlantic swim! (Independent, with video)

Triathletes, check out these 4 swim gear must-haves. (Men's Health)

Make your layovers fun with this list of the 8 best airport swimming pools. (CNN)




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