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LANE ONE: The top stories of 2019, from no. 5 to no. 1, a...

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Let there be no doubt, this was a wild year in Olympic sport, and as with so many areas today, full of contention, argument...

SWIMMING: Two world records and eight new Americans marks in ISL finale in Las...

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Despite the television announcers saying over and over again that “the times don’t matter,” the headlines from the International Swimming League final in Las...

TSX INTEL REPORT: Here’s how the 2028 Olympic Games can be taken away from...

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= TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 18 November 2019 = ● LANE ONE ● Conspiracy theorists, here's how Los Angeles loses the 2028 Olympic Games! Although there were a lot of other...

SWIMMING: Four American 25 m Records in ISL U.S. Derby as Dressel wins MVP

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The swimming was fierce at the University of Maryland’s natatorium in College Park for the two-day U.S. Derby in the International Swimming League, which...

TSX INTEL REPORT: The Int’l Swimming League is half over; have you noticed? +...

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≡ TSX INTELLIGENCE REPORT ~ 4 November 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● Is the International Swimming League making an impact? It doesn't appear to be making...

LANE ONE: Is the International Swimming League making an impact? It doesn’t appear to...

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There was so much turmoil over the announcement of the International Swimming League last year that the international federation for swimming (FINA) was pressured...

LANE ONE: Is swimming climbing toward heaven, or walking the tightrope across the pit...

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Since Rupert Murdoch’s audacious $1.6 billion bid that moved National Football League games from CBS to the new Fox network in 1993, sports television...

LANE ONE: Echoes of the failed Int’l Track Association in the new Int’l Swimming...

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Being old does have some benefits. One of them – for as long as it lasts – is memory. When the International Swimming League (ISL)...

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