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McKenzie Coan excited for competing on home soil
Whilst preparing for the fourth World Series on home soil in Indianapolis, from 9-11 June, the US swimmer eyes Mexico 2017 success.
Sanchez takes tough lessons away from Rio 2016
The Mexican swimmer is refocused after not meeting expectations at the Paralympic Games.
Gi-Seong Jo savours break from pool
After a successful Paralympic debut, the South Korean is focusing on his studies and time with friends.
Brazil stage swimming event in honour of Daniel Dias
A total of 77 swimmers from across the state of Sao Paulo participated in the state competition on 20 May.
McKenzie Coan: Three most vivid swimming memories
The USA’s three-time Rio 2016 gold medallist recalls some unforgettable moments in the pool.
World Para Swimming to launch coaching courses
The first training sessions will take place at the World Series in Berlin, Germany in June.
Swimmer Henshaw switches to canoe
The multi-Paralympic British medallist is looking for a new challenge after 10 years of swimming.
Paralympic champion Rodgers retires from Para swimming
Great Britain’s Susie Rodgers, the 50m butterfly S7 gold medallist from Rio 2016, is hanging up her goggles.
Petracek breaks nine-year-old backstroke world record
The S4 swimmer lowered the 50m backstroke time of Mexico’s Juan Reyes set at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
World records for Tai, Firth at World Series
Uzbekistan’s Dmitriy Khorlin set a new Asian record in Sheffield, Great Britain, on Saturday (29 April).
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