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Hoagland Wins Three as Fighting Irish Down Pool Records at Shamrock Invite
Jan. 22, 2021 — A scaled-down Shamrock Invite takes on a different format this year, as the timed finals meet will see a total of six sessions over three days. The men swam morning and afternoon sessions yesterday, then wrapped up with a morning session today, and then women will swim this afternoon and tomorrow. Instead of the normal bevy of teams, this iteration of the annual invite featured only the hosts Notre Dame and Missouri State on the men’s side, with the Fighting Irish completing a clean sweep and winning 268-86. With still almost a month to go until ACCs, Notre Dame got some big performa ...

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Virginia 5A 100 Breast/200 IM Champ Aidan Duffy Verbals to UNC-Wilmington
Sept. 2, 2020 — UNC-Wilmington has picked up NOVA of Virginia’s Aidan Duffy for next fall. Duffy is a senior at Freeman High School. I chose UNC-Wilmington because of the excitement I felt on campus! The athletics, the academics, and the atmosphere is exactly what I have been looking for! Bobby Guntoro and this team have a bright future! And I wanted to be a part of that! Recently, Duffy had a big meet at an August NOVA of Virginia intrasquad, going several lifetime bests in off events. At that meet, he notched bests in the 500 free (4:38.64), 200 fly (1:55.47), 100 back (54.83) and 200 back (1:57.5 ...

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Arno Kamminga Hits Speedy 58.4 / 2:08.0 in Unofficial Time Trials in Antwerp
July 11, 2020 ANTWERP — 24-year-old Arno Kamminga from the Netherlands has been on fire all-year long as he was expected to be a key player among the medalists in the 100 & 200 breaststroke at the Tokyo Olympic Games that were set to take place two weeks from now. But with the Olympics being move back a year, that gives every swimmer a chance to reset before chasing their Olympic dreams in 2021. Kamminga has showed no ill effects from the COVID-19 pandemic that has hindered so many athletes around the world.
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15-Year-Old Maggie Papanicholas Drops 1:02.02 100 Yard Breast
Jan. 20, 2021 — On Sunday in Wisconsin, 15-year-old Maggie Papanicholas won the girl’s 100 breast (1:02.02), within three-fourths of a second of her lifetime best from the Wisconsin 18&Under Championships . That best time ranked her 1st going into finals (contested in long course meters) where she snagged 2nd place behind Lucy Thomas and missed the Olympic Trial qualifying time by .05. While her 100 breast on Sunday is still a Summer Juniors qualifying time, she first obtained a Summer Juniors time in the event at 14 years old in January 2020. Papanicholas started the Sunday finals session at the Ex ...
@SwimXps  Congrats Maggie Papanicholas 100 Breaststroke #swimming rising star
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Arno Kamminga Fires Off Unofficial 58.4 100 Breast, 2:08 200 Breast Combo
July 10, 2020 — The Corona Race competition between the Netherlands and Belgium took place today in Antwerp, giving athletes a chance to spread their aquatic wings after having been training amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Unique to this match-up was the fact that there was no electronic timing, with swimmer’s outcomes validated via hand-controlled stopwatches only. With that in mind, several performances were eye-catching by themselves, but especially in light of the fact that swimmers have only been back in the water for handfuls of weeks.
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Adam Peaty On A Quest To Be The Best Version of Himself With 56.5 In His Sights
March 19, 2020 — Little is certain in the world at the moment but what is not in doubt is Adam Peaty ’s single-minded quest for constant improvement. Take this. “This is my journey. I don’t want to be going 58.5s at the championships – I want to be going 56.5s so that’s the end game really. “To me, I’m just trying to be the best version I can be.” And this. “It’s just two lengths, two lengths faster than anyone else, better than anyone else. And to be on the finest form I could possibly be in in Tokyo.” Peaty’s best in the 100m breaststroke of course is his astonishing 56.88 from the 2019 World Champ ...
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Luke Greenbank breaks own record at Edinburgh International Swim Meet
March 15, 2020 — Luke Greenbank broke his own Edinburgh International Swim Meet record to win the 200m Backstroke on the competition’s final day.
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Adam Peaty fastest in world this year as he sets new record at Edinburgh
March 14, 2020 — Adam Peaty clocked the fastest 100m Breaststroke time in the world this year as he broke his own Edinburgh International Swim Meet record.
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Germany's Steiger Strikes Gold Twice, Toussaint Takes 100 Back In Antwerp
March 7, 2020 — The man of the day at the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race was Dutch swimmer Arno Kamminga , the two-time 2019 European Short Course Champion who fired off a new national record in the men’s 100m breaststroke. After producing a morning swim of 58.52 to become the world’s 5th fastest performer all-time, the 24-year-old dropped another .09 to post a super quick 58.43. That further separates him from the rest of the world in this season’s rankings, but also bumps him up to become the 3rd fastest performer of all-time, worldwide.
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@SwimXps  Arno Kamminga will be a contender in the 100m #breaststroke at the #Olympics
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Kamminga Takes 100 Breast Down To Scorching 58.43 As 3rd Best Performer Ever
March 7, 2020 — Just when we were settling down from 24-year-old Arno Kamminga’s new Dutch national record of 58.52 in the 100m breaststroke heats here at the Antwerp Diamond Race, the man went ahead and shaved another .09 off of that outing in the final. Hitting the wall in a monster time of 58.43 for gold by a mile, Kamminga keeps getting better, moving his PB and national record down from 58.98 in November to 58.65 in December to 58.61 in January and even lower to 58.52 this morning before his 58.43 eye-popper this evening.
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Alia Atkinson Swims 1:08.99 100 BR at Plantation Sectionals Day 2
March 7, 2020 — The 2020 SZSS Championships in Plantation continued on Friday with the finals of the men’s and women’s 200 free, 100 breast, 50 back, 100 fly, 400 IM, and 800 free relay timed finals. Olympian Alia Atkinson highlighted the meet on Friday with her 1:08.99 swim in the 100 breast during morning prelims. At finals, Atkinson won the event in a 1:09.36. So far in 2020, Atkinson has yet to break 1:08.
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Arno Kamminga Crushes 58.52 Dutch 100 Breast Record For 5th All-Time
March 7, 2020 — 24-year-old Arno Kamminga keeps lowering the bar big time when it comes to both his own personal best, as well as the Dutch national record, in the men’s 100m breaststroke. While competing on day 1 heats of the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race, the two-time 2019 European Short Course Champion fired off a huge 58.52 to easily take the top seed and further demonstrate he is not one to be counted out for a medal at this summer’s Olympics.
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2020 MAC Men’s Swimming Championship Day 3: Team Battle Now Only Between Miami and Missouri
March 7, 2020 — On night 3 of the Mid-American men’s swimming championship, Missouri and Miami are the two contenders for the team title. Last night, Missouri swept many events to score big points for the race. Tonight, Miami looks to bridge that gap as much as possible in a tough field. Contested events include the following: 200 Freestyle, 100 Backstroke, 100 Breaststroke, 100 Butterfly, 400 IM and 400 Medley relay.
    Team points after day 3
  1. Missouri State 607
  2. Miami University (Ohio) 527 pts
  3. Southern Illinois 370 pts
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2020 Pac-12 Men’s Championships Day 3 Finals: Live Recap
March 7, 2020 — It was Reece Whitley who had the big swim of the night, going 50.85 in the 100 breaststroke.

Team points after day 3:
  1. Cal 576 pts
  2. Arizona State 414 pts
  3. Arizona 387 pts
  4. Stanford 385.5 pts
  5. Utah 296 pts
  6. USC 279.5 pts
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Cal's Reece Whitley Becomes 10th Fastest Man Ever with 50.8 100 Breast
March 7, 2020 — Cal’s Reece Whitley earned his first individual conference title on day 3 of the 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships. Whitley, a sophomore, was dominant in the 100 breast final, beating any other swimmer in the field by a second and a half. He swam to a 50.85 as he broke 51 for the first time. With that, Whitley becomes the 10th fastest performer in history in this event. He was just hundredths shy of the Pac-12 Meet Record, which stands at a 50.78 done by USC’s Carsten Vissering last season.
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2020 Pro Swim Series – Des Moines: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
March 6, 2020 — The first full night of finals from the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, Iowa is set to get underway, with the 100 free, 100 breast, 200 fly and 400 free on the docket. In this morning’s prelims , the standout swim came from Hali Flickinger, who lowered her #1 time in the world this year in the women’s 200 fly down from 2:07.65 to 2:06.78. Flickinger will have a great shot tonight to break the eight-year-old PSS Record of 2:06.76 set by Cammile Adams in 2012.
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Nebraska Commit JoJo Randby Downs 100 BR Record Twice at Nebraska Girls States
March 4, 2020 NEBRASKA — Junior JoJo Randby took down the Meet Record twice in the 100 breast. In prelims, she set the mark at a 1:01.52. She lowered it to win the final with a 1:01.29. Those were her first swims under 1:02.
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Auburn Commits Wingfield, Husband Sweep Individual Events at Arkansas 6A States
March 4, 2020 ARKANSAS — The Bentonville High School girls and Conway High School boys earned victories at the 2020 Arkansas High School 6A State Championships. On the boys’ side, the battle for runner-up came down to the wire, as Central High School took 2nd with just 7 points over Bentonville High School. Conway’s Ty Wingfield swept the sprints en route to their team title.
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Katie McClintock, Melissa Lowry have big day at swimming Meet of Champions
March 2, 2020 DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP — Katie McClintock, a Mainland Regional High School junior, swam to two victories at the Meet of Champions on Sunday.

Cumberland Regional’s Melissa Lowry won one race and placed second in another at the season-ending meet at Gloucester County Institute of Technology.
@SwimXps  Katie McClintock and Melissa Lowry have big days at #swimming Meet of Champions