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Boglarka Kapas Feeling "Good", Dryland Training After Positive COVID-19 Test
April 4, 2020— After revealing that she had tested positive for COVID-19 on March 31, Hungarian world champion Boglarka Kapas is still showing no symptoms and is even doing some dryland training at home. Kapas, the 2019 World Champion in the women’s 200 butterfly, was one of nine positive tests that came out of Hungarian Swimming’s training camps. “I still feel good,” wrote the 26-year-old in an Instagram post on Friday . “Training is also important during home quarantine, now instead of water, I pace on land, thus also fighting the virus.” Prior to winning the World Championship title last summer, ...

Boglárka Kapás | Csaba Sos | Daniel Sos | David Horvath | Dominik Kozma | Peter Nagy | Richard Bohus | Tamas Horvath

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On This Day: Phelps equals Spitz with record seven gold medals
April 1, 2020— On this day in 2007, Michael Phelps won a record seven gold medals at the World Swimming Championships in Melbourne.

Mark Spitz | Michael Phelps

@SwimXps On this day: Phelps equals Spitz with record seven gold medals
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USC Commit Erica Sullivan Waiting on Coaching Hire Before Confirming NCAA Plans
March 31, 2020— In light of the Olympic postponement, United States National Team member Erica Sullivan is waiting to see who USC will hire to replace outgoing head coach Dave Salo before confirming she will enroll next fall. Sullivan graduated high school in 2018 and committed to USC, deferring her enrollment a year to focus on training for Tokyo. Salo announced in January that the 2019-20 season would be he last with the program, also leaving the fate of his associate head coach and the U.S. Olympic open water head coach Catherine Kase up in the air. Now that the Games are pushed back a year and h ...

Ashley Twichell | Catherine Kase | Dave Salo | Erica Sullivan | Katie Ledecky

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Swimmers Prepare for Challenges of Olympic Postponement
March 30, 2020— The coronavirus pandemic had caused the world to go into a frenzy the last few weeks. Athletic events were being cancelled left and right. Facilities were closing down. Sports, what was once a form of escape during times of panic like these, was suddenly completely wiped away from our lives in a matter of what felt like the blink of an eye. With roughly four months still to go to the Olympic Games, the coronavirus pandemic could not have come at a worse time. Athletes everywhere were struggling to find places to train. Gym equipment became nearly impossible to get their hands on. Whi ...

Allison Schmitt | Bob Bowman | Bradley Tandy | Carson Foster | Dave Salo | Eddie Reese | Erica Sullivan | Giles Smith | Grant House | Greg Meehan | Hali Flickinger | Jack Bauerle | Katie Ledecky | Ken Heis | Luca Urlando | Madisyn Cox | Michael Phelps | Regan Smith | Ron Aitken | Ryan Lochte | Wyatt Collins | Zane Grothe

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Romanchuk Clocks World-Leading 14:41 1500 Freestyle
March 14, 2020— To cap off the 2020 Ukraine Winter Swimming Championships, Mykhailo Romanchuk produced an Olympic-qualifying mark in the men’s 1500m freestyle. The 23-year-old Team Energy Standard member posted a winning time of 14:41.63 to beat the domestic field by well over 30 seconds to take the gold and qualify for this year’s Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. The FINA ‘A’ standard for Tokyo stands at 15:00.99. Romanchuk’s time here in Kharkiv represents the man’s 4th quickest ever, with his career holding a personal best effort and Ukrainian natio ...

Florian Wellbrock | Mykhailo Romanchuk

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Spanish Olympic Swimming Trials Suspended Amid Coronavirus Concerns
March 13, 2020— Following suit with the widespread closures and cancellations world wide today, the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RSSF) made the decision to suspend their upcoming Olympic Trials . The meet was set to run from April 1 – April 5th in the city of Malaga. The situation mirrors the timeline of many other meets and competitions which have moved from running as planned, to running without spectators, to cancelled all-together. These cancellations add to the earlier-announced cancellation of the XL Spanish Children’s Winter Swimming Championships.

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Hosszu Takes Grueling 1500 Free/400 IM Double Gold In Nice
Feb. 8, 2020— The Iron Lady raced in every event this morning and went on to take double gold in the evening session of the FFN Golden Tour in Nice.

Apostolos Christou | Charlotte Bonnet | Erik Persson | Jeremy Desplanches | Katinka Hosszu | Kendyl Stewart | Michael Chadwick | Michelle Coleman

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Delfina Pignatiello Blasts South American Record in 1500 For Third Fastest Time in World of 2019 - Swimming World News
June 15, 2019— Argentina's Delfina Pignatiello won the 1500 to start the day at the Mare Nostrum in Barcelona with a 15:51.68, breaking the South American record.

Delfina Pignatiello

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2019 TYR Pro Swim Series Des Moines: Wang Jianjiahe Breaks Asian Record, Moves to Sixth All-Time - Swimming World News
March 6, 2019— The first night of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series from Des Moines only had two events but China’s Wang Jianjiahe made some noise in the women’s 1500 free on Wednesday night.

Wang Jianjiahe

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Mykhailo Romanchuk Breaks CR With #2 Swim All-Time In Men’s 1500
Dec. 16, 2018— Mykhailo Romanchuk won the men’s 1500 in a time of 14:09.14, the 2nd fastest swim in history.

Gregorio Paltrinieri | Henrik Christiansen | Mykhailo Romanchuk


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