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ROSEMONT, Ill. – The Big Ten announced the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Swimmer, Diver, Swimming Coach and Diving Coach of the Year awards, as voted on by the conference coaches. Minnesota’s Kierra Smith was named Big Ten Swimmer of the Year, while teammate Yu Zhou was tabbed Big Ten Diver of the Year. Gopher diving coach Wenbo Chen earned Big Ten Diving Coach of the Year, while Minnesota swimming coach Kelly Kremer secured Big Ten Swimming Coach of the Year plaudits.

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Minnesota’s Kierra Smith won the 200 breaststroke, becoming the third fastest performer of all time with a 2:04.56. She cleared more than a body length between herself and the second place finisher from Virginia, Laura Simon. Simon finished with a 2:06.65

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For the swimmers of Canada’s Western University, there’s no place they’d rather be.

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In 2013, Smith didn’t even make the finals in the 200 breast. Her sophomore year is where she really picked up the pace.

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California picks up another relay victory with their time of 1:35.15. Rachel Bootsma lead off with an incredible 23.39 backstroke split to put the in the lead after the first leg. They lead through the butterfly until Kelsi Worrell powered past them with a 21.96 butterfly split. Farida Osman ran down Louisville’s freestyle to take the win, however, with a 21.09 freestyle split. The Louisville Cardinals finished second with their time of 1:35.75.

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TORONTO – Like a boxer training for a heavyweight bout, the national Para-swimming team is preparing to face a one-two punch of major competitions this summer.

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OTTAWA – Swimming Canada is taking the first step in a new direction today by unveiling a new brand at swimming.ca/brand

The brand was inspired by legends and imagery dating back to the London 1908 Olympic Games, when Canada first appeared on the international stage. In the coming months, the new brand will come to life across all Swimming Canada’s touch points, including websites, events, social media platforms, and Team Canada uniforms.

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Canadian swimming has always been something very important to me as a Canadian and active member of the swimming community.

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Retired French swimmer Camille Muffat is reported to have died in a helicopter crash while filming a reality TV show in Argentina.

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Benoit Huot's stolen medals replaced

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Paralympic swimmer Benoit Huot received new medals in a special ceremony Monday morning, to replace most of the originals that were stolen in a break-in at his Montreal-area home back in July.  

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