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Klete Keller Apologizes to Former Coaches: ‘I Let You Down’, According to New York Times
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Jan. 19, 2021 — Klete Keller “He apologized to me,” former USC and U.S. national team coach Mark Schubert told the New York Times . “He kept repeating, ‘You’ve done so much for me, and I let you down.’ He kept saying over and over, ‘I didn’t mean for any of this to happen.’” Keller has turned himself into authorities and is facing federal charges. He faces up to five years in prison, and a $250,000 fine, for his felony charge, and up to one year and six months for the two misdemeanors, respectively, in addition to another quarter million fine attached to each. As previously reported , an FBI agent w ...
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USC Coach Jeremy Kipp Placed on Administrative Leave Following Investigation
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Oct. 10, 2021 — Jeremy Kipp, the head coach at the University of Southern California since May 2020, has been placed on administrative leave.
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SW Biweekly – Cavalier Charge: Are Alex Walsh & Virginia a Threat to Stanford’s Dominance?
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Oct. 8, 2021 — Read about the rivalry taking shape between Virginia and Stanford women's swimming. South Africa's next star Matt Sates, and much more!
 
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Race Of the Century: When Three Big Guns Fired Their Shots For History
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Sept. 28, 2021 — The final of the 200-meter freestyle at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens was dubbed the Race of the Century, as it matched three legends.

 
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Phelps vs Thorpe vs van den Hoogenband - Men's Freestyle 200m at Athens 2004 | Throwback Thursday

Enjoy this look back at the Men's 200m Freestyle final the Summer Olympic Games in Athens 2004, also known as "the Race of the Century" in Olympic swimming o...

  
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Seoul Anniversary: When Matt Biondi Surged to Seven Medals at the 1988 Olympics
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Sept. 20, 2021 — At the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, Matt Biondi put together an epic show, capturing seven medals, including five of the golden variety.

 
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Swimming World September 2021 Presents – Q&A with Rose Bowl Aquatics Coach Jeff Julian
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
Sept. 8, 2021 — The words PROCESS, TEAM and HOPE are driving forces in the life of coach Jeff Julian, who has survived multiple bouts with cancer to inspire his community.

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BSN Sports Swim Team of the Month: Mission Viejo Nadadores
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Aug. 31, 2021 — This month's BSN Sports Team of the Week is the Mission Viejo Nadadores, a legendary swim team located in Orange County, CA.

 
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CSCAA Announces Blue Ribbon Panel for Centennial Celebration
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Aug. 26, 2021 — Gregg Troy, Mike Bottom and Terri McKeever are among the current and former college swim coaches to be selected to the CSCAA Centennial Blue Ribbon Panel.

 
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U.S. Olympic Trials: Bobby Finke Claims Initial Men’s 800 Free Olympic Spot; Brinegar Makes History
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 18, 2021 — U.S. Olympic Trials: Bobby Finke Claims Initial Men's 800 Free Olympic Spot; Brinegar Makes History. It was a history making race all around.

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How They Train: Olympic Open Water Swimmer Haley Anderson
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
June 7, 2021 — Head coach of the U.S. open water Olympic team Catherine Kase chats about how Haley Anderson trained for previous World Championships and the Olympics.

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Coach's Corner - Mission Viejo Nadadores Swimming and Diving Teams
SWIMMER'S DAILY
May 4, 2021 — Catch the new episode of “Coach’s Corner with Paul Higgins” for a fascinating look at the Mission Viejo Nadadores Swimming and Diving programs, with Coach Michele Mitchell, Coach Mark Schubert, and outstanding Nadadores Olivia Rosendahl and David Heron as they prepare for the Olympic Trials. See this and more “Coach’s Corner” on Mission Viejo Television, available in Mission Viejo on Cox Channel 30 and AT&T Channel 99.

 
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Coach's Corner- Mission Viejo Nadadores Swimming and Diving Teams

Catch the new episode of "Coach's Corner with Paul Higgins" for a fascinating look at the Mission Viejo Nadadores Swimming and Diving programs, with Coach Mi...

  
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Mission Viejo Pro Swim Series
SWIMSWAM
April 8, 2021 — For the first time in what feels like ages, SwimSwam is back on deck and our photographer Jack Spitser was able to capture images in the California sun

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USC Picks Up Verbal from National Teamer Justina Kozan, #3 in Class of 2022
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March 1, 2021 — National Junior Teamer Justina Kozan has announced her verbal commitment to the nearby University of Southern California for 2022-23.
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World Juniors Gold Medalist Justina Kozan Verbally Commits to Southern California
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March 1, 2021 — World juniors gold medalist Justina Kozan has verbally committed to the University of Southern California for the fall of 2022

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NYT: Klete Keller Apologizes to Former Coach
Appologized to former college coach Mark Schubert ...
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Jan. 19, 2021 — Olympic gold medalist Klete Keller has not spoken to the media since SwimSwam broke the news last week that he was inside the U.S. Capitol on January 6 . But according to the New York Times , he has spoken to former coaches and expressed remorse. Mark Schubert , who was Keller’s coach at USC, told the Times that he called his former swimmer after he was charged in U.S. District Court with three counts related to the Capital uprising. Keller had broken down in tears and apologized to Schubert, saying, “You’ve done so much for me, and I let you down,” according to the article. For the ...
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Olympic Perspective: Pablo Morales Knows About Olympic Waiting Game
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
March 29, 2020 — The initial end, or what was perceived to be the end, wasn’t one of those feel-good tales which captures fans’ hearts. It was quite the opposite, actually, a brutal finish to what had otherwise been a remarkable career. While athletes in some sports can get away with a sub-par performance, rarely does swimming allow that luxury. Think of the baseball diamond and the numerous times we’ve heard about a pitcher working his way to a victory without his best “stuff.” Maybe his curveball doesn’t feature its typical bite, but the ability to lean on pinpoint l ...
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