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SWIMMING Preview: Lucky 13 for Katinka Hosszu in Budapest World Cup?

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The fourth of seven legs in the FINA Swimming World Cup comes this week in Budapest (HUN), a home meet for Katinka Hosszu, who...

SWIMMING: Morozov wins three, sets Short Course World Record in World Cup 3

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Russia’s Vladimir Morozov, who won the 2016 FINA World Cup men’s division thanks to a world record in the 200 m Individual Medley, broke...

LANE ONE: More fireworks are not going to bring more spectators to swimming (or...

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USA Swimming’s (fairly) new chief executive, Tim Hinchey, released a “State of the Sport” post on the organization’s Web site on 19 September and...

SWIMMING: U.S. strong in Open Water World Juniors in Israel

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The 2018 Open Water World Junior Championships were held earlier in September at the exotic location of Eilat (ISR), with competition in three age...

SWIMMING: FINA World Cup money list posted for Cluster 1

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FINA posted the final standings for the first cluster of its 2018 Swimming World Cup, and the payouts for the top eight in the...

WATER POLO: Hungary beats Australia to win men’s World Cup

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Surely Serbia was the favorite in the 16th men’s Water Polo World Cup, having won the last three and then co-leading Group B in...

SWIMMING: Xin repeats in Open Water World Cup

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China’s Xin Xin is making her case to be considered as one of the world’s top open-water swimmers with her second consecutive victory in...

SWIMMING: Hosszu swims 15 events, wins seven, in World Cup II

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She’s unbelievable. Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu swam in 15 (!) events in the second World Cup, held in Doha (QAT) and won seven events and took...

WATER POLO: Germany, Croatia and Serbia unbeaten in men’s World Cup

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The 16th edition of the quadrennial FINA Water Polo World Cup is still in group play in Berlin (GER). Through two of the three...

SWIMMING: Hosszu swims five, wins two to open World Cup II

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The 2018 FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha (QAT) opened on Thursday with 10 events, half of which were for women. And The Iron...

SWIMMING Preview: Penultimate Open Water World Cup lands in China

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The 2018 Open Water Marathon World Series is nearing the end, with just two events to go. The eighth stop in the series is...

LANE ONE: Tokyo 2020 swimming schedule will allow six medals each for Ledecky &...

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What will become one of the most hyped-up attractions of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo was perhaps decided very quietly on Wednesday. The Tokyo...

WATER POLO Preview: Croatia and Hungary favored (?) in men’s World Cup

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The 16th edition of the quadrennial FINA Water Polo World Cup is starting in Berlin (GER), with Serbia trying to win its fourth title...

SWIMMING Preview: Cast remains the same for World Cup II

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The FINA Swimming World Cup will finish its first meet “cluster” this week in Doha (QAT) at the Hamad Aquatic Center, also the last...

WATER POLO: U.S. finishes undefeated to win Women’s World Cup

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The 2018 FINA women’s Water Polo World Cup ended the way the last two did: with the United States on the top step of...

SWIMMING: Hosszu & Sjostrom win five each at Kazan World Cup

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OK, it’s on. The rule changes to the 30th edition of the FINA Swimming World Cup allow swimmers to compete in as many events...

WATER POLO: U.S. outscores Group B, 61-6, in Women’s World Cup

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The quadrennial FINA women’s Water Polo World Cup has completed the group stage in Surgut (RUS), with seven teams trying to unseat the two-time...

WATER POLO: U.S. opens Women’s World Cup with 18-2 rout

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The quadrennial FINA women’s Water Polo World Cup is underway in Surgut (RUS), with eight teams competing in two groups, trying to unseat the...

SWIMMING: U.S. dominates Junior Pan-Pacific Champs

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If there’s a Pan-Pacific Championships, there has to be a junior version too, right? The 2018 edition was held in the exotic location of...

ASIAN GAMES/SWIMMING: Japan’s Ikee has seven medals so far, but she’s not done yet

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The 18th Asian Games rolls on in Indonesia, with excellent swimming competition in Jakarta, including a monumental medal haul from Japan’s Rikako Irie. With a...

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