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As Taylor Ruck has risen through the ranks to be one of the fastest age-group swimmers in America, her Canadian heritage has raised wonderment as to whether or not she can break American age-group records, and if she swims internationally, who she would swim for.

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Big Ten breaststroke champion Kierra Smith is planning to take an “Olympic redshirt” season between her junior and senior years at the University of Minnesota to prepare for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

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The 14-year-old age-group star swimming out of Scottsdale Aquatic Club, Taylor Ruck, broke her second Canadian age-group record of the day at the Arena Pro Swim Series stop in Austin en route to a fourth place finish in the 100m backstroke final.

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After easily cruising past the Canadian National Age Group Record in the 200 meter backstroke on Friday, 14-year old Taylor Ruck snuck under the 100 backstroke record by a more subtle margin on Saturday.

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Canadian 14-year old Taylor Ruck, currently training in the United States at the Scottsdale Aquatic Club, has annihilated the Canadian National Age Group Record in the 200 meter backstroke on day 2 of the 2015 Pro Swim Series meet in Austin, Texas.

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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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