Euro Stars Set For Action As Meets Plan Minute’s Silence For Camille Muffat

Dutch stars Femke Heemskerk, left, and Ranomi Kromowidjojo, set for action as world swimming mourns Camille Muffat [images by Patrick B. Kraemer - Kromowidjojo courtesy of arena]

News Round-Up: World swim stars set to line up for action in Milan and Edinburgh as the sport mourns Camille Muffat; mourning Fran Crippen as swimmers take to the waters of the UAE once more in troubling circumstances; bountiful billboard at SwimCup Eindhoven; Luxembourg focus on new wave; and Henley Mile aims to get more women in the water

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News Round-Up: World swim stars set to line up for action in Milan and Edinburgh as the sport mourns Camille Muffat; mourning Fran Crippen as swimmers take to the waters of the UAE once more in troubling circumstances; bountiful billboard at SwimCup Eindhoven; Luxembourg focus on new wave; and Henley Mile aims to get more women in the water

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Steve Levy

Craig, ICYMI, US’ Alex Meyer weighs in on how FINA has failed to take responsibility for the UAE event that took the life of Fran Crippen:

http://espn.go.com/olympics/swimming/story/_/id/12471970/alex-meyer-why-not-swim-upcoming-uae-race

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