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U.S. Olympian Connor Jaeger swept three distance events and Hungarian Olympian Katinka Hozzu earned six medals as Arena-sponsored swimmers combined for 13 medals at the penultimate stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series last weekend.

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With one stop left on the Arena Pro Swim Series, Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu sit on commanding points leads, putting themselves in the driver’s seat for the season-ending $10,000 bonus checks.

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Katinka Hosszu raked in $6,000 on six wins at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte over the weekend, the highest single-meet money total so far this season.

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The Smell of Smoke

Thursday, May 21, 2015

There is no proof. There never is, not when it matters, not when it’s needed most. So, this is what happens: the coaches grumble; the experts roll their eyes; the athletes offer lukewarm congrats at the end of each eye-popping race. Everyone talks, but no one speaks up. Because only amateurs fail drug tests, and without that proof positive test it’s all just jealous hearsay.

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The 52nd annual Mel Zajac International will be held this weekend in Vancouver and has already attracted some of the top swimmers in Canada as well as some international talent with the likes of American breaststroke star Kevin Cordes.

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Beth Whittall had an impressive career. At the age 17 she won a silver at the 1954 British Commonwealth Games as a member of the 4 x 100 yd freestyle relay. Whittall’s accomplishments also included taking gold at the 1955 Pan American Championships in Mexico in both the 100 butterfly and 400 freestyle as well as two silver in the 4 x 100 freestyle and medley relays.

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The UBC Thunderbirds swim program has signed an outstanding recruiting class for the upcoming season, as it gets ready to defend the CIS men’s and women’s team titles it won in 2015.

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CIS - OTTAWA (CIS) – Canadian Interuniversity Sport, in conjunction with Swimming Canada, announced Tuesday Canada’s open water swimming roster for the 2015 Summer Universiade in Gwangju, South Korea (July 3-14).

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Chantal Van Landeghem hit the podium in a women's 100-metre freestyle that was full of Canadians, while Dominique Bouchard continued her strong season by winning a 200-m backstroke silver medal on the final night of the Charlotte Pro Swim Series meet

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Canada's female junior relay initiative paid dividends with a gold medal at the Charlotte Pro Swim Series on Friday, while breaststroker Richard Funk went to the wall with a familiar foe for silver in the men's 100 metres.

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