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Ranomi Kromowidjojo on Swim-Life Balance
Feb. 16, 2021— Ranomi is a big proponent of self-development outside of the pool and staying balanced as a swimmer with other interests or things you can turn to
Ranomi Kromowidjojo on the Importance of Self-Development as a Pro Swimmer

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SwimSwam's Top 100 for 2021: Women's #30-21
Feb. 14, 2021— In May 2019, Lazor put the world on notice with a 2:20.77 in the 200m breast at the Pro Swim Series - Bloomington. Not even Lilly King has been that fast.

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2011 World Relay Champion Van der Meer Retires To Focus On Motherhood And Studies
Jan. 19, 2021— Four-time world relay medallist Maud van der Meer has announced her retirement from swimming and will now combine motherhood with a career as a sports dietician. The 28-year-old made the decision after failing to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics at the Rotterdam Qualification Meet in December. Van der Meer – who won gold with the Netherlands 4×100 free quartet after swimming the heats at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai – became a mother to son Mason in May 2018. Now, she says, “I am very much looking forward to my ‘new life’ as a mother and to help other (top) athletes as a di ...
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Matt Biondi Ready to Make International Swimmers’ Alliance a Successful Support System
Feb. 2, 2021— Eleven-time Olympic medalist Matt Biondi is ready to make the International Swimmers' Alliance an effective support system for athletes.
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First Quarantined, Dutch Elite Must Now Stop Training For 2 Weeks
March 16, 2020— The ramifications of the worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continue to unfold minute-by-minute, with national policies and directives ultimately trickling down to the sporting world. We reported yesterday how the top-tier Dutch swimmers had retreated to Drachten, staying in a monastery and training in a closed and controlled aquatic facility. At the time, Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) technical director Andre Cats stated, “Our top athletes would like to keep preparing for upcoming tournaments, but we absolutely do not want this to pose a risk to their environment. Ou ...
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Dutch Olympic-Qualifier Swim Cups Cancelled In Coronavirus Lockdown
March 13, 2020— The Netherlands , home of the Olympic marathon champions Ferry Weertman and Sharon van Rouwendaal and 2012 double Olympic sprint champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo , has joined the list of nations abandoning Olympic trials. Weertman and Van Rouwendaal had already qualified for the Tokyo 2o20 Olympic Games and the defence of their titles, however, the Swim Cups in The Hague and Eindhoven, the last chance for pool swimmers to earn Olympic selection, have been cancelled. The meets would have been the last Olympic qualification events for Dutch swimmers aiming for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
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Olivia Smoliga: "I feel like I really sunk my teeth into the race" (Video)
March 7, 2020— In a hotly contested women’s 100 free final that saw four women break 54, Siobhan Haughey powered her way to the win in a time of 53.30, breaking her Hong Kong National Record of 53.32 set last June. Haughey lowers her season-best of 53.33 set in January to break out of a tie with Ranomi Kromowidjojo and take sole possession of fifth-place in the world rankings this season.
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SWIMMING: Sensational 1:56.01 win for Allison Schmitt in Tyr Pro Swim 200 m Free - The Sports Examiner
Jan. 19, 2020— Early-season meets are hardly predictors of summer success, but Allison Schmitt served notice that she is going to be a factor once again in the 200 m Freestyle. Now 29, Schmitt won the 200 m Free at the second Tyr Pro Swim Series meet in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1:56.01, defeating sprint superstar Simone Manuel (1:57.25) …
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2020 FINA Champions Series - Shenzhen: Day 2 Live Recap
Jan. 15, 2020— After a narrow victory over Sun Yang on Day 1 in the 200 free, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys will rematch the crowd favorite on Day 2 in Shenzhen in the 400.
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Arno Kamminga Up To Sixth All-Time With 58.61 100br Dutch Record: Danas Rapsys Overhauls Sun Yang In Shenzhen - Swimming World News
Jan. 14, 2020— Arno Kamminga moved up to sixth all-time with a Dutch 100m breaststroke record and Danas Rapsys made up a deficit of 0.49secs at the final turn to beat Sun Yang.
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SwimSwam's Top 20 Swimmers of the 2010s
Jan. 1, 2020— Here it is: our totally, utterly, completely indisputable list of the best swimmers of the last decade. We're sure you will all 100% agree.
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Stars Draw Battle Lines For Sette Colli Day 1 Finals
June 21, 2019— Adam Peaty took the top spot in the men's 100m breast, while American Michael Andrew nailed a Sette Colli Meet Record in the 50m backstroke with a time of 24.53.
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