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University of Florida star Sinead Russell has been hospitalized with what is being called “Cerebral Venous Thrombosis,” which is the technical name for a blood clot in the brain.

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AUSTIN, Tex. – Noemie Thomas of Richmond, B.C., earned one of three Canadian medals on Thursday to open the second stop on the Pro Swim Series circuit.

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OTTAWA – Olympic and world championship medallist Ryan Cochrane and Swimming Canada’s seven-member Talent ID Tour team are among the Canadians scheduled to compete at the second stop on the Arena Pro Swim Series circuit Thursday to Saturday in Austin, Tex.

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Swim BC, the governing body for competitive swimming in the Province of British Columbia, is in search of a Provincial Performance Director to fill a key position between the Swim BC Performance Development Program and the member club system in BC.

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OTTAWA - Swimming Canada's investment over the past few seasons into its junior and youth programs continued to pay dividends in 2014 with impressive performances from senior national team rookies.

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For most of this week in Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada, the high temperatures have been in the mid-30’s. In San Diego, on the other hand, it’s been mid-60’s and mostly sunny.

The swimmers of Dalhousie University have been enjoying the warmer weather at the Loma Verde Pool in Chula Vista.

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The UBC men and women have come out strong in the first half of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) season as they march on toward the 2015 CIS Swimming Championships being held from February 19th-21st at the University of Victoria.

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Canadian swimming is currently subject to a very young team, with many of the swimmers emerging onto the international scene yet still a few years away from international success. Ryan Cochrane is the exception on the Canadian national team. Cochrane, at the age of 26, is the team’s veteran swimmer. Although he’s not old, his international experience gives him that role on the team.

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The Canadian women had a few standouts this year with five different women taking home individual medals at international competitions, however there was one that stood out above the rest: Brittany MacLean.

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In the above video from Simon Fraser University, head coach Liam Donnelly discusses his team’s position as the lone Canadian program in the American collegiate system (NCAA), and why that means his team has to be extra focused to compete.

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