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Tsawwassen swimmer named to Olympic team
Markus Thormeyer secures Olympic ticket...
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Jan. 25, 2021— Former Winskill Dolphins standout one of six athletes to earn early status by Swim Canada.

 
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Six Swimmers Nominated To Canadian Olympic Team
Olympic Trials moved to May...
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Jan. 22, 2021— Swimming Canada announced the nomination of six swimmers to its 2021 Olympic team on Friday, along with a shift in both the dates and format of the upcoming Olympic Trials. The Trials will now move to May 24-28, and an invitational meet will follow June 21-23, with Olympic nominations to be made after both events. Individual 2019 World Championship medalists Kylie Masse , Maggie MacNeil and Sydney Pickrem have been nominated by Swimming Canada to the Canadian Olympic team, as have Penny Oleksiak , Taylor Ruck and Markus Thormeyer , all of whom made an individual final in Gwangju. Mas ...

 
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@SwimXps Congrats to the Canadians nominated for the #Olympic #swimming team
  
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Honda Sport Award: Abbey Weitzeil, Erika Brown, Beata Nelson, Maggie MacNeil Finalists
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April 3, 2020— Cal senior Abbey Weitzeil , who set an American record in the 50-yard free to become the first woman ever under 21 seconds in the event, has been named a finalist for the Honda Sport Award for women’s swimming & diving for the second year in a row. Weitzeil lowered her American record in the 50 free on Dec. 5 at the Minnesota Invitational when she touched the wall in 20.90 seconds. Weitzeil, who was named the Pac-12 Swimmer of the Month for December for her effort, has held the American mark since March 4, 2016, when she went 21.12 before her enrollment at Cal. She reset the record o ...
 
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@SwimXps Honda Sport Award Nominees: Abbey Weitzeil, Erika Brown, Beata Nelson, Maggie MacNeil #swimming
  
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2019-2020 NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Power Ranks: Final Edition
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March 6, 2020— Here are SwimSwam's NCAA women's DI power rankings. Good list of predictions.
    Women's NCAA Power Rankings
  1. Stanford University
  2. University of Virginia
  3. Cal Berkeley
  4. University of Michigan
  5. University of Tennessee
 
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@SwimXps Here is a good preview of the women's NCAA D1 #swimming championships
  
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Michigan Athletes Draft Letter to Admin over 2-Week Shutdown
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Jan. 27, 2021— Coach Mike Bottom and members of the swimming & diving teams have shared on social media a letter challenging Michigan's 2-week shutdown

 
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Michigan Pauses All Athletics Due to Positive COVID Tests for New Variant
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Jan. 24, 2021— World champion Maggie MacNeil is one Wolverine uniquely affected as she would have to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine in order to return home to Canada.

 
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Sierra Schmidt Posts Top Mile in NCAA this Year as UMich Downs MSU and Rutgers
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Jan. 23, 2021— Schmidt swam only the 1650 today, clocking a 15:53.52.

 
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Brown, MacNeil, Nelson, Weitzeil Named 2020 Honda Sport Award Finalists
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April 2, 2020— Chris Voelz , Executive Director of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) announced today that Tennessee’s Erika Brown , Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil , Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson , and Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil have been named the four finalists for the Class of 2020 Honda Sport Award for Swimming & Diving. The award honors the best female swimmer or diver of the preceding NCAA season, and the nominees are chosen by a panel of coaches from the CSCAA. The winner will move on to contend with the winners of the 11 other sports for Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and the Honda Cup, which ...
 
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Top 10 College Seniors Ready to Make the Jump to the ISL
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March 17, 2020— Year 2 of the International Swimming League is scheduled to begin in September (though, all things scheduled at the moment are prone to being rescheduled due to the global coronavirus pandemic). With a jump from 8 to 10 teams in the 2020-2021 league, and an expansion from 7 meets to 27, there is going to be a dramatic rise in the need for athletes to fill rosters in the new season. In year 1, teams were limited to 32 swimmers (16 male and 16 female) on their rosters, though most teams wound up announcing more athletes than that. In year 2, with more meets probably resulting in more c ...
 
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Emma McKeon Breaks Almost 20-Year-Old Aussie All Comers 100 Fly Record
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March 14, 2020— Swimming is still going on strong down under, as day 2 of the 2020 New South Wales State Open Championships took place today at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Center (SOPAC). Day 1 brought super quick times across the board, including Kyle Chalmers ‘s double of a 1:57 200 fly and 48.2 100m free, but Emma McKeon was delightful as well, producing a 100m free time of 53.00 and 50 fly effort of 25.87. McKeon was back at it big time today, hitting a monster time of 56.36 to take the women’s 100m butterfly in a new All Comers Record.
 
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Stars React, ‘Restrategize’ after Postponement of Canadian Olympic Trials
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March 14, 2020— Many of Canada’s top swimming stars are remaining hopeful and confident in the face of the news Friday that the global outbreak of COVID-19 has postponed Canadian Olympic Trials . Part of the message tweeted by Brent Hayden , the three-time Olympian who is making a comeback at age 36, is that, “Things unexpected happen. Looking at the greater good, but my goals haven’t changed. Just need to restrategize.” Obviously pretty devastated but was prepared for today’s decision. Life throws curve balls. Things unexpected happen. Looking at the greater good, but my goals haven’t changed. Just ...
 
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2020 W. NCAA Previews: Weitzeil Aiming for 2nd Sub-21 to Defend 50 Free Title
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March 10, 2020— Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil, the reigning NCAA Champion, made history this season as the first woman to break 21 in the 50 free. Weitzeil turned in a 20.90 at the Minnesota Invite, breaking the American and NCAA Record. At the 2020 Pac-12 Championships, Weitzeil took down the Pac-12 Meet Record in 21.03, but hyper-extended her arm on the finish, causing her to scratch the rest of the meet.
 
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Yuri Kisil’s Cross-Country Move to Toronto Paying Dividends For Born-Again Sprinter
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
March 7, 2020— Yuri Kisil had been so close to making the 100 freestyle final two years in a row at the 2016 Olympics and 2017 Worlds. In Rio, he was 10th in the semi-finals, missing a spot in the final by five hundredths. A year later in Budapest, he was again 10th in the semis, missing a spot in the final by two tenths. Kisil, 24, was training with Tom Johnson at the High Performance Centre in Vancouver, and was seeing great results from his training on the west coast. But after being so close to the 100 free final two years in a row on the world stage, Kisil was getting in his own head.
 
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Oleksiak Hits Fastest 100 Fly Since 2018 On Day 2 Of Winter Ontario Champs
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March 7, 2020— Four-time Olympic medalist Penny Oleksiak was in action on Day 2 of the 2020 Winter Ontario Swimming Championships in Scarborough, racing only the prelims of the women’s 100 butterfly. Oleksiak, 19, finished in a time of 58.30 in the morning, marking her fastest swim since the 2018 Commonwealth Games. The 2016 Olympic 100 fly silver medalist, Oleksiak missed the Canadian World Championship team in this event last April when she placed third at the Trials in 58.61.
 
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2020 W. NCAA Picks: Brown Eyes Elusive Individual Title In 100 Free
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March 5, 2020— Erika Brown has had an incredible rise over her four-year career at Tennessee. After being a relay-only swimmer at the NCAA Championships as a freshman, the Lady Vol broke out as a sophomore, winning three individual SEC titles and placing second at NCAAs in the 50 free and 100 fly. After anchoring the Vols to a national title in the 200 medley relay at last season’s NCAAs to go along with three top-five finishes individually, Brown helped lead the school to its first Women’s SEC Championship win.
 
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2020 W. NCAA Picks: Potential for Two 49s in the 100 Back
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March 5, 2020— Beata Nelson stormed to the win in this event last year, erasing every record to become the fastest female 100-yard backstroker in history (by a long shot). She won this event by almost an entire second, a gigantic win for the now-senior at Wisconsin. Nelson returns as favorite again with clear water behind her; she’s the only swimmer under 50 seconds this year at 49.70, and all signs point to another victory for her.
 
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@SwimXps Beata Nelson is the favorite 100 #backstroker, but others could join her in the sub-50 hunt
  

Abbey Weitzeil | Molly Kowal | Louise Hansson | Erika Brown | Katie Drabot | Sierra Schmidt | Calypso Sheridan | Isabel (Izzy) Ivey | Sherridon Dressel | Brooke Forde | Kate Douglass | Rhyan White | Nicole Pavlopoulou | Beata Nelson | Aela Janvier | Vanessa Pearl | Ky-Lee Perry | Bayley Stewart | Sophie Hansson | Margaret (Maggie) MacNeil | Daria Pyshnenko | Emma Nordin | Camryn Curry | Audrey Coffey | Martina Thomas | Jasmine Nocentini

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2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Official Psych Sheet Finalized — Line Set at 37, 38
SWIMMING WORLD NEWS
March 5, 2020— The psych sheets for the 2020 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships have been finalized with the line set at 37 & 38. The meet will be held two weeks from today at the University of Georgia. Stanford is the three-time defending champion but will have its hands full with Virginia and arch rival Cal.
 
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@SwimXps Get ready to race, NCAA DI women's #swimming psych sheets available
  
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Weitzeil Breaks Pac-12 Meet Record Again, Ties 3rd Fastest Ever in 21.03
SWIMSWAM
Feb. 28, 2020— After setting the Pac-12 Meet Record in prelims of the 50 free, Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil raced to another historic swim as she defended her title. Weitzeil took down her own  Meet Record again with a 21.03 to win the final.
 
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@SwimXps Abbey Weeitzeil new #PAC12 50 free record 21.03 #swimming
  
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Top 10 Swims From Week 1 of NCAA Major Conference Championships
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Feb. 24, 2020— It was an explosive first week of major conference championships. We count down our top 10 swims of a week including SECs, ACCs, and Big Tens.
 
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Anthony Nesty | Erika Brown | Veronica Burchill | Nick Alexander | Harry Homans | Kieran Smith | Asia Seidt | Grant Sanders | Sherridon Dressel | Anna Belousova | Anna Hopkin | Rhyan White | Shaine Casas | Zane Waddell | Liam Bell | Zoie Hartman | Khader Baqlah | Vanessa Pearl | Clark Beach | Kalia Antoniou | Julie Meynen | Caitlin Brooks | Ali Galyer | Jack Dalmolin | Niamh Robinson | Sarah Thompson | Adam Koster | Benjamin (Ben) Walker | Gillian Davey | Peter Wetzlar | Meghan Small | John Mitchell | Claire Fisch | Daniel Hein | Jack Dahlgren | Mark Theall | Matthew Garcia | Alec Connolly | Bailey Bonnett | Brooks Curry | Danielle Dellatorre | Derek Maas | Eric Friese | Lewis Burras | Robyn Clevenger | Sonnele Oeztuerk | Abbey Webb | Albury Higgs | Alexis Yager | Andres Puente | Ian Grum | Kaloyan Bratanov | Marco Guarente | Matt Menke | Sophie Sorenson | Tjasa Pintar | Will Goodwin

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