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Katalin Burian Clears Quarantine in Kazan, Ready to Return to Budapest

Hungarian swimmer Katalin Burian has tested negative for coronavirus twice, and is therefore allowed to leave her quarantine in Kazan, Russia and return home to Hungary. Burian tested positive during last week’s European Short Course Swimming Championships in the city, and under meet and local regulations, was required to quarantine in her hotel room. Burian, who …

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Queens University Defeats Richmond 175-87

By Emma Edmund on SwimSwam Queens University vs. Richmond Saturday, November 6, 2021 Charlotte, North Carolina Results (PDF) Courtesy: Queens University Athletics CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Queens University of Charlotte women’s swim team returned to the pool on Saturday afternoon and took down Division I and Atlantic 10 opponent University of Richmond by a final score …

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Energy Standard’s Florent Manaudou Will Miss 2021 ISL Playoffs

French swimmer Florent Manaudou has withdrawn from the International Swimming League playoffs, which badly hurts Energy Standards chances of knocking off the defending champion Cali Condors. While Manaudou was willing to confirm his absence, he declined to comment on why he was missing the team’s next three meets. While Energy Standard originally announced a roster of …

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Nate Germonprez Follows Texas Commitment with 3 New Lifetime Bests in Iowa

2021 Iowa IFly Midwest Challenge November 5-7, 2021 University of Iowa CRWC Natatorium, Iowa City, Iowa Short Course Yards (25 yards) Prelims/Finals Teams from across the greater midwestern United States, including Nebraska, Illinois, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorado, traveled to Iowa over the weekend for a high-level showdown at the 2021 Midwest Challenge. …

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How to Get The Olympic Year In Review SwimSwam Magazine

The Olympic Year In Review Issue of SwimSwam Magazine is ready to ship. The Olympic Year In Review is massive, coming in at nearly one pound. 7-time Olympic champion Caeleb Dressel is our cover, the most dominant sprint star in the world. SwimSwam memorializes the run-up to the Olympics and the moments that made Olympic history. …

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Olivia Smoliga Moves to Arizona State to Train with Bob Bowman (SSPC)

In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman Hodges, Garrett McCaffrey, and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic …

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NAG Record Holder Daniel Diehl Blasts 1:45 200 Back at Fox Fall Invite

Fox Fall Invitational November 5th-7th, 2021 Sterling, VA Full results available on meet mobile at “2021 FOX Fall Inviational [sic] Meet 2” At last weekend’s Fox Swim Club’s Fall Invitation at the Claude Moore Rec Center in Sterling, Virginia, 13-14 NAG Record holder Daniel Diehl posted a pair of big early-season lifetime bests. Diehl is …

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Hosszu Set To Make Post-Olympic Racing Return At Hungarian Nats

Thursday, November 11th – Sunday, November 14th Kaposvár, Hungary SCM (25m) Prelims at 9:30am local/finals at 6pm local Start Lists The 2021 Hungarian Short Course Swimming Championships kick off tomorrow and the big news is that multi-Olympic medalist Katinka Hosszsu is set to make her racing return. Absent from competitions since this summer’s Olympic Games, …

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