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Swimming: Illness a factor in Joseph Schooling setback at NCAA Championships

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

A fever derailed Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling’s bid for his third straight 100- and 200-yard butterfly crowns at the NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Indiana. 531 more words

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Freshman Swimmer Splashes in Championship Final

Gators send five swimmers to the 200 freestyle event at the 2017 NCAA Men’s Swimming Championship, but Maxine Rooney, a freshman, was the only Gator to make the cut. 186 more words


Schooling wins two relay golds with Longhorns at NCAA Championships

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s star national swimmer and first Olympic champion Joseph Schooling helped the University of Texas win two gold medals at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis on Thursday (Mar 23), with the team breaking several records in the process.  247 more words

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Weekly Recap

World cross country

The world Cross country heads back to Africa for secondtime, this time heading to Kampla, Uganda. The championships will feature a new relay race, comprising a mixed gender (2 males and 2 females) each running one lap of the course (approximately 2km). 183 more words


World Cross Country Championships

The world Cross country heads back to Africa for only the second time, this time, heading to Kampla, Uganda.

Oceania will have representation from Fiji (Senior Men) and Australia (Senior Men, Senior Women, Junior Men, Junior Women). 221 more words


New Zealand Championship recap

On the 17 of March was the start of the Jennian Homes Athletics New Zealand 2017 Track & Field Championships. During the first day of competition athlete Joseph Millar lived up to expectations, running the fastest NZ 100m championships race, smashing out a time of 10.18, a brand new New Zealand resident record. 373 more words


Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team That Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory by Lydia Reeder Review by Patty Crane

With March Madness in full swing and the winning streak of the Connecticut Huskies women extending to 107 games, Lydia Reeder’s new book on another record setting basketball team is a timely addition to our collection. 647 more words