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  1. Russian Ice Swimmers Oblivious To Bitter ColdRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Ananova

    We arrived at the icy lake in the arctic city of Murmansk to meet what must surely be the world's bravest swimming club. The temperature here in winter routinely plunges to -20C, and it is so far north the sun does not rise at all for six weeks.

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  2. Breakout Female Swimmer of the Week: Maggie Stebick, Union CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Erie Times News

    Stebick was a notable contributor to Union City's 79-66 Region 2 dual victory at Corry on Dec. 15. The Fort LeBoeuf senior, who competes for the Bears through the school's co-op aquatics program, set a new Corry YMCA pool record off its 1-meter springboard. She totaled 262.05 points for her attempts.

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  3. Breakout male swimmer/diver of the week: Shane Kaliszewski, IroquoisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Erie Times News

    The senior recorded his first three wins during Iroquois' 90-81 victory against General McLane at Edinboro's McComb Fieldhouse. He won the 100-yard butterfly in 56.35 seconds, comprised the third leg of its 200 freestyle relay and anchored its 400 free relay .

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  4. Beware of flood water dangerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Star Online

    I REFER to the front page picture with the caption "Indoor swimming pool" that showed children frolicking in floodwaters at Kampung Pinang Baru in Dungun,Terengganu oblivious to the lurking danger. They were using the porch of the house as a diving platform and were having a smashing time diving and playing in the murky muddy waters.

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  5. The draw of the Christmas Day swimRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BBC News

    Christmas is traditionally a time for turkey, presents and spending time with family but how about immersing yourself in icy water? Festive swims take place across the length and breadth of England, from Weymouth in the south, to Redcar in the north, with many raising money for charity. The costume choices are endless too, from traditional Santa hats and Christmas jumpers, to crowd-shockingly small swimming trunks and mankinis.

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  6. Ex-Olympian Cliff Meidl embodies Rose Parade's inspirational pointRead the original story

    Wednesday | Los Angeles Times

    Cliff Meidl is the replacement Grand Marsall for the Rose Parade after the death of fellow Olympian and friend Louis Zamperini. Cliff Meidl is the replacement Grand Marsall for the Rose Parade after the death of fellow Olympian and friend Louis Zamperini.

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  7. Cielo: Brazil set for Olympic swimming gloryRead the original story

    Wednesday | Xinhuanet

    Local hero Cesar Cielo believes Brazil is on track for its best ever Olympic swimming performance at the Rio 2016 Games. Cielo, who won the 50m freestyle gold at the 200 Beijing Games, said Wednesday that next year's FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia, would provide an accurate gauge of Brazil's progress.

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  8. A running theme for Ronzone familyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Kane Co. Chronicle

    ... called oldest daughter, Madison, “kind of our guinea pig.” She was first involved in competitive swimming, a sport the Ronzones thought would boost her endurance if she ever leaned toward running, and Megan eventually followed. Megan ...

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  9. 2014 Fall All-Academic Team CaptainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Bishop's senior Abby Bertics' academic and athletic performance has earned her the All-Academic Team Captain award for girls volleyball. - David Brooks Bishop's senior Abby Bertics' academic and athletic performance has earned her the All-Academic Team Captain award for girls volleyball.

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  10. YSSC swimmers do well in ReginaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    The Yorkton Storm Speed Swim Club sent fourteen swimmers to a meet in Regina recently. It was the first major meet of the short course season for the club.

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  11. Sunset looks to Emily Cheng, Nina Stitt this year: 2014-15 Metro League Girls Swimming PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | OregonLive.com

    ... one of those strong teams this year despite the loss of Metro 200 IM champ Megan Lam (she's concentrating on club swimming) and Angela Liu (a two-time district finalist who now swims on the new Catlin Gabel team). This season, Sunset will be led by ...

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  12. Demolition day in Long BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Los Angeles Times

    Chris Valle photographed excavators demolishing the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach on Dec. 11. The facility, used during the U.S. Olympic swim trials in 1968 and 1976, will be replaced with a new swim center. Each week, we're featuring photos of Southern California submitted by readers.

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  13. A Day in the Life of Harvard Swimming and DivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    CAMBRIDGE aS' At this time of year, many college swim teams are enjoying exotic training locales such as the Florida Keys or Hawaii for their holiday camps, but it's the work the athletes put in each day during the year that yields the most payoff in February and March. The grind of the college swimming season features early morning wake-ups, long hours in the weight room, and all-out intensity in the pool, combined with the ever-looming pressures of school work.

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  14. Nmsu Swimming: Lennert earns second consecutive Wac swimmer of the week awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    DENVER >> New Mexico State's Dorottya Lennert has been named the Western Athletic Conference Women's Swimmer of the Week for December 15-21. Lennert, a junior from Budapest, Hungary, dominated the final day of the UNLV Winter Invitational early this week.

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  15. Cate Campbell praises tight swim cultureRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Yahoo!

    Freestyle marvel Cate Campbell has deflected praise from her own success and insists the entire Australian swim team deserve more credit for turning the corner in 2014. Two years after Swimming Australia was dragged through the mire following the controversies of the deflating London Olympic campaign, standard-bearer Campbell spoke in glowing terms about the culture and improvement in her team.

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  16. Zettel ready to tackle anythingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | The Times Leader

    Anthony Zettel hit the trifecta this season, leading Penn State in sacks, tackles for loss and tying for the team lead with three interceptions from his defensive tackle position. Anthony Zettel hit the trifecta this season, leading Penn State in sacks, tackles for loss and tying for the team lead with three interceptions from his defensive tackle position.

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  17. Hot Tubs Bradenton, Spa Dealer Publishes Ways to Stick to New Year's ResolutionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 24 | PR Log

    ... Hot tubs, Maax Spas, Vita Spas, Sunrise Spas and FreeFlow Spas. For the people looking to combine the fun of a swimming pool with relaxing hydrotherapy of a hot tub you may consider one of our XStream Swim Spas. Or if you happen to be looking to ...

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  18. Meet the people who work on Christmas Day in Hampstead and HighgateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Ham and High

    ... and the dinner" as well as celebrating with friends the night before. As Hampstead Heath's senior supervisor of swimming facilities, Paul Jeal, 48, will start work at 6.45am, co-ordinating eight other lifeguards who are also on duty. Although he has ...

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  19. Summer essay: The Diving BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... it. Rather than trying to get a river pool to ourselves, as we had in the past, it had become a pleasure to meet a swimming stranger, leaping from the launchpad that belonged to all of us. But who had built it? Would someone from the council remove ...

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  20. 160 APPEAL; Always up for a challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 24 | This is Wiltshire

    No trek, race or bike ride proved too daunting for our determined fundraisers, who went above and beyond in aid of the 160 Appeal. Here are some of the highlights of the challenges tackled throughout the year l SWIMMERS hit the fast lane for thousands of terminally-ill patients in Swindon, raising nearly A 3,700 for Prospect last spring.

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