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Faster Than Murphy, South Africa's 16-Yr-Old Coetze Clocks 53.62 100 Back
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April 13, 2021 — 16-year-old Pieter Coetzé put up the swim of his life to qualify in the men's 100m backstroke at the just-concluded South African National Championships.

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2021 Italian Absolute Championships: Day 1 Finals Live Recap
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March 31, 2021 — Gabriele Detti was 3:50.03 in the 400 free prelims this morning, the top finisher. He's favored to drop time and win tonight.

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WADA Testing Levels Return to Normal as Olympics Approach
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May 9, 2021 — In collaboration with Anti-Doping Organizations around the world, WADA is working to expand testing efforts leading up to the Olympic Games.

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2021 Italian Olympic Trials: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
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April 1, 2021 — Nicolo Martinenghi dropped a season-best 59.01 in the 100 breast prelims this morning, and he'll push for a 58 tonight.

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Martinenghi Challenges 59-Second Barrier, Miressi Posts 48.5 in Riccione
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April 1, 2021 — Nicolo Martinenghi dropped a 59.01 to clear prelims this morning in the men's 100 breast, a season-best and just .26 off of his lifetime best
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Lorenzo Zazzeri Breaks 22 For First Time in 50 Free at Italian Champs Prelims
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March 31, 2021 — His time of 21.94 qualifies him for the European Championships, but he'll need to hit a 21.79 or better in finals to get onto the Olympic team.
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WADA Watching For Coronavirus ‘Testing Gaps’ As Health & Safety Priorities Bite Anti-Doping Checks
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March 7, 2020 — The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is working to detect “any possible testing gaps” in world sport in regions affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as health and safety considerations make the work of testers and the compliance of athletes ever more difficult – and in some cases impossible.
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