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TSX DAILY: U.S. men’s soccer players want their “fair share” of revenues; how much...

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= TSX DAILY ~ 2 August 2019 = | 1. |  LANE ONE: U.S. men’s soccer players want a “fair share” ~ how much is that? The United...

SWIMMING: Held and Weitzeil re-writing 2019 world list on first day of U.S. Nationals

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The FINA World Championships are over, but the sensational swimming went on at the Avery Aquatic Center at Stanford University on Wednesday, as U.S....

SWIMMING Preview: Ryan Lochte and Madisyn Cox have something to prove at Nationals, but...

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Say this for swimmers: they love to swim. So for many members of the U.S. team at the FINA World Championships, coming back from...

SWIMMING: Urlando closes Tyr Pro Swim Clovis with third win, but Pickrem wins four;...

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The final day of the final leg of the 2019 Tyr Pro Swim Series saw 17-year-old star Luca Urlando score a dominant win in...

SWIMMING: Urlando, 17, erases a Michael Phelps 200 m Fly record in Tyr Pro...

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He’s only 17, but it’s worth remembering this name: Luca Urlando. The teen from Sacramento, California confirmed his world-class status by winning his second event...

SWIMMING Preview: Final Tyr Pro Swim Series stop in Clovis has modest entry list

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The final leg of the five-stop Tyr Pro Swim Series will be held at the Clovis North Aquatic Center – near Fresno – with...

SWIMMING: Ledecky posts 200 m Free and 400 m Medley wins at Tyr Pro...

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The first significant U.S. competition of 2019 opened with a strong performance by superstar Katie Ledecky, who won two events and then said she...

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...

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