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TSX INTEL REPORT: IAAF takes lead, and UCI joins, on transgender regulations; WADA chief-to-be...

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≡ TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 7 November 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● IAAF taking the lead in transgender regulation, working with other IFs on testosterone levels It...

SWIMMING: Five wins for Andrew and 11 world-leading marks in excellent Tyr Pro Swim...

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The first Tyr Pro Swim Series meet held in Des Moines, Iowa probably shouldn’t be the last. Over four days in what is normally a...

SWIMMING: Andrew wins third; Baker and Flickinger win second races at Tyr Pro Swim...

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The third day of the Tyr Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, Iowa continued the hot swimming from the first two days, with another...

SWIMMING: Two wins for Michael Andrew and four world leaders at Des Moines Tyr...

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There are still two full days to go in the second Tyr Pro Swim Series meet, but the first visit to Des Moines, Iowa...

SWIMMING Preview: Tyr Pro Swim Series opens in Knoxville; what will Katie do?

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USA Swimming is placing significant emphasis on raising the importance, profile and showmanship of its Tyr Pro Swim Series, starting with the first leg...

SWIMMING: Three “Golden Goggles” awards for Ryan Murphy

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USA Swimming’s annual awards program, the Golden Goggles, was held on Monday evening in New York, with Freestyle superstar Katie Ledecky making some more...

SWIMMING: Wang strikes for 400 m Free World Record in Budapest World Cup

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She set the stage with two World Junior Records in the FINA Swimming World Cup short-course opener last week in Eindhoven (NED), but China’s...

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...

SWIMMING Preview: FINA World Cup moves to Eindhoven

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The third meet – and start of the second cluster – of the FINA Swimming World Cup starts in Eindhoven (NED) with the events...

The IAAF shows an iron hand to Russia on doping … and it’s working

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 30, 2018: The president of the International Olympic Committee said he was ready to welcome Russia back into the...

The IAAF shows an iron hand to Russia on doping … and it’s working

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TSX HEADLINES – for July 30, 2018: The president of the International Olympic Committee said he was ready to welcome Russia back into the...

EXTRA: World 100 m Backstroke Record for Kathleen Baker!

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TSX EXTRA – for July 29, 2018: When 16-year-old Regan Smith set a World Junior Record in the morning prelims, it became clear that...

EXTRA: World 100 m Backstroke Record for Kathleen Baker!

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TSX EXTRA – for July 29, 2018: When 16-year-old Regan Smith set a World Junior Record in the morning prelims, it became clear that...

Remember the “pivot to Asia”? The sports world is pivoting to America!

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 15, 2018: It was not too long ago that the U.S. was an also-ran as the Olympic world selected...

Remember the “pivot to Asia”? The sports world is pivoting to America!

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TSX HEADLINES – for June 15, 2018: It was not too long ago that the U.S. was an also-ran as the Olympic world selected...

Katie Ledecky and Kathleen Baker swim world-leading times at U.S. Nationals

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PALM DESERT, June 29, 2017 – Although just a modest presence on the world-ranking lists during the spring season, American swimmers are demonstrating the devastating ability that...

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