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Read, Watch, Play: What Elite Swimmers Around The World Are Doing At Home
March 29, 2020— As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold essentially minute-by-minute around the world, one thing we know is that athletes across all sports are off the field, away from the court and out of the pool indefinitely. Most swimmers already had comprehensive strength and conditioning programs built into their overall training regimens, but they are now forced to rely on just those athletic outlets until they’re able to finally get wet once again. Besides dryland training, your favorite elite stars are also keeping their minds sharp by catching up on books they’ve been me ...

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@SwimXps What elite #swimmers are doing around the world during crisis.
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Brazil Cancels 2020 Olympic Trials; Will Aim for Year-Ending Championship Meet
March 25, 2020 BRAZIL— The Brazilian Confederation of Water Sports (CBDA) has announced the cancellation of the Brazilian Olympic Swimming Trials, which were previously rescheduled from their April start date until late June at the Maria Lenk Water Park in Rio de Janeiro. “ With the confirmation from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday that the Olympics would not move forward as scheduled on July 24th, with organizers instead looking for a 2021 start date, many countries have begun to cancel Olympic Trials events. Previously, countries were scrambling to find a window between the peak of t ...

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BREAKING: It’s Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games, Says Japanese Prime Minister

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USA Swimming Calls For Olympic Postponement as USOPC Reassures a Tokyo Decision “Does Not Have to be Made Right Now”

March 21, 2020— As of today, the International Olympic Committee has insisted that the Olympic Games are still on for a July 24 start date as intended. U.S. Olympic Officials are backing this decision, stating that it is too early to make any decisions about the Games with four months to go in regard to the coronavirus pandemic that has been called a global pandemic. However USA Swimming is calling for a postponement. USA Swimming has written a letter to Sarah Hirshland , the CEO of the USOPC, calling for the Games to be pushed back a year: Breaking news: Here is USA Swimming’s letter to the U.S. Ol ...

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USA Swimming urges USOPC to ask for delay of Tokyo Games

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Bruno Fratus Puts Up 21.9 in 50 Free Heats at Speedo Sectionals Plantation
March 8, 2020— Brazilian Olympian and 2019 Worlds silver medalist Bruno Fratus swam his one and only event on Saturday at the Speedo Sectionals Plantation meet in Florida as he won the 50 freestyle with a 22.16. Fratus, 30, was slow off the blocks in finals tonight, out-racing his Coral Springs teammate Renzo Tjon-a-Joe (22.39), who represents Suriname internationally. Fratus swam a 21.97 this morning, which is two tenths slower than his season best of 21.7 from January. Fratus is one of the top sprinters in the world and is certainly a favorite to win a medal in Tokyo this summer for Brazil.

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@SwimXps Bruno Fratus in good form, 21.97 50m #freestyle #swimming
2019 Sette Colli Trophy Day 1 Finals Live Recap
June 21, 2019—
2019 Sette Colli Trophy Day 1 Finals Results
W 50m backstroke, Etiene Medeiros, 27.64.
M 50m backstroke, Michael Andrew, 24.39 (meet record and PR).
W 400m freestyle, Ajna Kesely, 4:04.70.
M 400m freestyle, Gabriele Detti, 3:45.76.
W 100m breaststroke, Jessica Vall, 1:06.67 (season PR).
M 100m breaststroke, Adam Peaty, 58.72.
W 50m backstroke, Holly Barratt, 25.68.
M 100m butterfly, Chad Le Clos, 51.61.
W 50m freestyle, Pernille Blume, 24.09.
M 50m freestyle, Bruno Fratus, 21.42.
W 1500m Free: Simona Quadarella, 15:48.84 (new meet record).

Adam Peaty | Ajna Kesely | Anton Ipsen | Arno Kamminga | Bruno Fratus | Caroline Pilhatsch | Chad le Clos | Daiya Seto | Emilie Beckmann | Etiene Medeiros | Felipe Lima | Femke Heemskerk | Florent Manaudou | Gabriele Detti | Holly Barratt | Jessica Vall | Joao Gomes Junior | Katinka Hosszu | Kira Toussaint | Kristof Milak | Martina Carraro | Matteo Ciampi | Mehdy Metella | Michael Andrew | Nicolo Martingenghi | Pernille Blume | Santo Condorelli | Sarah Vasey | Simone Sabbioni | Tomer Frankel

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Stars Draw Battle Lines For Sette Colli Day 1 Finals
June 21, 2019— Adam Peaty took the top spot in the men's 100m breast, while American Michael Andrew nailed a Sette Colli Meet Record in the 50m backstroke with a time of 24.53.

Adam Peaty | Ajna Kesely | Anton Ipsen | Arno Kamminga | Breno Correia | Bruno Fratus | Caroline Pilhatsch | Chad le Clos | Daiya Seto | Emilie Beckmann | Felipe Lima | Femke Heemskerk | Florent Manaudou | Gabriele Detti | Holly Barratt | Jessica Vall | Joao Gomes Junior | Kira Toussaint | Kristof Milak | Marco De Tullio | Matteo Ciampi | Mehdy Metella | Michael Andrew | Nicolo Martingenghi | Pernille Blume | Ranomi Kromowidjojo | Simona Quadarella | Simone Sabbioni | Tomer Frankel

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2019 Mare Nostrum Series Canet Day 1 Finals: Adam Peaty, James Wilby Post 58 100 Breasts (QUOTES) - Swimming World News
June 11, 2019— The 2019 Mare Nostrum Series lured swimmers from its first location in Monaco to Canet-en-Roussillon for the second stop of the series, where elite athletes compete for prize money and international bragging rights. A primer for next month’s World Championships, athletes forwent the sights and got down to business with a 16-event Day 1 schedule in l’Hexagone, where they showed no signs of fatigue.

Adam Peaty | Ajna Kesely | Aleksandr Krasnykh | Alex Walsh | Anna Egorova | Anna Hopkin | Benjamin Proud | Bruno Fratus | Carson Foster | Charlotte Bonnet | Daiya Seto | Delfina Pignatiello | Duncan Scott | Fernando Scheffer | Georgia Davies | Gergely Gyurta | Guilherme Guido | Henrik Christiansen | Hoi Shun | James Guy | James Wilby | Jeremy Stavius | Jessica Vall | Joao de Lucca | Katinka Hosszu | Kaylla Sanchez | Kristian Gkolomeev | Lila Touili | Madisyn Cox | Marie Wattel | Mariia Kameneva | Marwan el Kamash | Mehdy Metella | Michael Andrew | Penny Oleksiak | Phoebe Bacon | Rebecca Smith | Rika Omoto | Shane Ryan | Simona Kubova | Siobhan Haughey | Stephanie Au | Svetlana Chimrova | Taylor Covington | Taylor Ruck | Vini Lanza | Yasuhiro Koseki | Yulia Efimova

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Mare Nostrum - Monaco: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
June 9, 2019— Yuliya Efimova will compete in both the women's 50 and 200 breast finals on the final night of action at the Mare Nostrum stop in Monaco.

Aleksandr Krasnykh | Andrii Govorov | Barbora Seemanova | Bruno Fratus | Cullen Jones | Daiya Seto | David Verraszto | Delfina Pignatiello | Evgeny Rylov | Felipe Lima | James Guy | João Gomes | Julia Sebastian | Katinka Hosszu | Kliment Kolesnikov | Kristian Gkolomeev | Madisyn Cox | Matthew Josa | Michael Andrew | Natalie Hinds | Nicholas (Nic) Fink | Siobhan Haughey | Svetlana Chimrova | Yasuhiro Koseki | Yulia Efimova

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2019 FINA Champions Swim Series- Indianapolis: Day 2 Live Recap
June 1, 2019— The FINA Champions Swim Series will come to a close with day 2 of the Indianapolis stop.

Anastasia Fesikova | Andrii Govorov | Anton Chupkov | Arno Kamminga | Bruno Fratus | Danas Rapsys | Dmitriy Balandin | Evgeny Rylov | Fabio Scozzoli | Farida Osman | Felipe Lima | Gabriele Detti | Hali Flickinger | Jack Conger | Jacob Pebley | Josh Prenot | Katinka Hosszu | Kelsi Dahlia | Kylie Masse | Leah Smith | Lilly King | Margherita Panziera | Matt Grevers | Melanie Margalis | Micah Sumrall | Michael Andrew | Molly Hannis | Mykhailo Romanchuk | Nicholas Santos | Penny Oleksiak | Pernille Blume | Piero Codia | Pieter Timmers | Ranomi Kromowidjojo | Robert Glinta | Ryan Murphy | Sarah Sjöström | Sydney Pickrem | Townley Haas | Vladimir Morozov | Yulia Efimova

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Adam Peaty Headlines List of 2019 Mare Nostrum Tour Participants - Swimming World News
May 27, 2019— The participant list for the 2019 Mare Nostrum Tour has been announced, with headliners including world-record holder Adam Peaty.

Adam Peaty | Bruno Fratus | Felipe Lima | Madisyn Cox | Michael Andrew | Tom Shields | Yulia Efimova


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