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FINA Swimming World Cup Heading to Indianapolis

USA Swimming will host the final leg of the 2022 FINA Swimming World Cup from November 3–5 at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis, the national governing body announced Wednesday. Other stops include Berlin from October 21–23 and Toronto from October 28–30. More than 750 athletes from 40 countries across five continents are expected to […]

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United States, Australia to Square Off at 2022 Duel in the Pool

USA Swimming and Swimming Australia have reintroduced Duel in the Pool competition for the first time since 2015 featuring teams from the two countries competing August 19–21 in Sydney with each country selecting a team of 30 Olympic, Paralympic and National Team athletes. Pool events will be at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre and an […]

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Surprise! World Swimming Championships Added to 2022 Schedule

The world swimming calendar has been further turned upside down after FINA, the international federation, announced there will be a world championship event in 2022 less than a month after announcing it would be canceled. The move means there will be three world championships plus the 2024 Olympic Summer Games in an 18-month span. Budapest […]

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U.S. Paralympics Swimming Championships Awarded to Greensboro Aquatic Center

The 2021 U.S. Paralympics Swimming National Championship, the first major U.S. Paralympics Swimming competition after the Paralympic Summer Games in Tokyo, will be hosted at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina. Competition is set to run from December 17—19, 2021, and the event will be live streamed. Coinciding with the Greensboro Aquatic Center’s […]

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United States' A'Ja Wilson, center, grabs a rebound between Nigeria's Adaora Elonu, left, and Atonye Nyingifa during women's basketball preliminary round play at the 2020 Olympic Summer Games on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, in Saitama, Japan. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

At the 2021 Olympic Games, Women Rule

If you asked 100 people interested in this year’s Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo which athlete they want to see the most, it’s a safe bet the first name mentioned would be Simone Biles. Several may say Katie Ledecky. Others would say Allyson Felix, A’ja Wilson or Alex Morgan. As the 50th anniversary of Title […]

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Tokyo 2020 Unveils 5G Spectator Viewing Experiences

The Tokyo Organizing Committee for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games is partnering with Intel to showcase 5G technology with enhanced sports viewing experiences at three separate competition venues during the Games, which start on July 23 with the Opening Ceremony. The new viewing experiences will allow spectators to enjoy events with ultra-high resolution […]

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USA Swimming Launches Supporters Club to Grow the Sport

USA Swimming is launching a new initiative to attract deeper engagement with the sport, creating what it calling the Supporters Club. The program is being formed in partnership with the USA Swimming Foundation and U.S. Masters Swimming and will be a fan-centric club that will support the sport at all levels. For $50, club members […]

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USA Swimming Extends CEO Tim Hinchey’s Contract Through 2025

USA Swimming has extended the contract of President and Chief Executive Officer Tim Hinchey through 2025, adding four years onto his tenure atop the national governing body. Since joining USA Swimming in 2017, the veteran sports executive has created a gender-equal leadership team and been credited with other accomplishments. The rescheduled 2021 Olympic Summer and […]

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New Sports Venues to Watch in 2021

As the demand for spaces to host sporting events continues to grow with an eye toward sports-related travel in a post-coronavirus world, destinations across the country are examining their inventory, identifying needs and building accordingly. Here are 15 new sports complexes to keep an eye on in 2021. Midway Central Station Bedford Park, Illinois OPENING: […]

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