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Skip Kenney, Iconic Stanford Swimming Coach, Dies at 79

Skip Kenney, Stanford University’s iconic swim coach has died. According to sources, Kenney died on Sunday night at age 79 after a short time in hospice care. Kenney was one...

The Week That Was: Happy Thanksgiving!

The Week That Was, Sponsored by Suitmate  The Week That Was #1: Sprint Freestyle Digest: The Men Contending for Collegiate Titles in the Splash-and-Dash Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick By David...

Katie Ledecky to Face Summer McIntosh (Psych Sheets)

The pre-scratch psych sheet for the 2022 Toyota US Open Championships has been released and several big names will be in action. Katie Ledecky will go head-to-head with Canada’s...

Ranking the Men’s World Records From Softest to Most Challenging

Ranking the Men’s World Records From Softest to Most Challenging Our sport’s world-record book features 17 individual standards for long-course competition. Some of the marks are newer in age,...

Kyle Chalmers Out To Break 20-Year Swimming Hoodoo At Fina World Short Course Championships In Melbourne

Kyle Chalmers will be hoping to break a 20-year Australian swimming hoodoo when he lines up in the 100m freestyle at next month’s Fina World Short Course Championships...

Simone Sabbioni Given 20-Month Suspension For Whereabouts Failures

Three-time European medallist Simone Sabbioni has been banned for 20 months for an anti-doping violation under the whereabouts rule. Athletes are required to provide up-to-date location information so they...

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