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Legendary longtime USC men's swimming head coach Peter Daland, who led the Trojans to nine NCAA team championships during his 35-year tenure, died on Monday morning (Oct. 20) in Thousand Oaks, Calif., of Alzheimer's disease. He was 93.

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There are few perennial top-5 type teams that wait longer to make their break in college recruiting on a regular basis than do the Texas A&M Aggies, but when they start to make moves, they make big moves.

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HQ: Belleville, Ontario Canada
Inventor: Adjustable Resistance Kickboard

Adjustable Resistance KickboardI swam competitively from ages 9 to 18 and enjoyed every minute of it. I came up with the idea for the Ajustable Resistance Kickboard while I was doing recreational lengths at the Etobicoke Olympium in Toronto.

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Swimming Canada has moved its Ontario-based High Performance Centre from the old University of Toronto pool to the brand new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre absed on the UT-Scarborough campus, according to a press release.

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The University of Toronto is looking as though it’s a hub for Canadian sprinters as recent Junior Pan Pacific Championships triple bronze medallist, Cameron Kidd, signed with the Varsity Blues for the 2015-2016 season.

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University of Calgary’s Russell Wood will not be swimming varsity this year, meaning that he will not be competing at any University swimming competitions with the Dinos.

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The Big Ten Conference has awarded their Swimmer of the Week awards to a pair of breaststrokers...

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Posted in News By Rory Leveille

With another international swimming season in the books, Swimming Canada High Performance Director John Atkinson recently attended the Canadian Swimming Congress, where he had a chance to share his vision with coaches from across the country. Atkinson also took some time for an in-depth interview as we turn the page to a new season of swimming. After a successful summer that saw Canada win 11 medals at Commonwealth Games, seven at Pan Pacific Championships and an astounding 67 at Para Pan Pacs, Atkinson answered a few questions about his first full season and what lies ahead for Canadian swimming.

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The University of Toronto men’s team has have won the CIS Championships for the last two years, but with some of their stars such as five-time 200m butterfly CIS Champion Zack Chetrat gone, they’re going to have some very stiff competition with the likes of UBC if they want to retain their title.

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Swim Ontario’s Ontario Junior International Swim Meet, being held from December 5th-7th, 2014 at the Pan Am Sports Centre, has earned the participation of at least two high-profile groups of American juniors.

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