News Round-Up: Tight Deadline For Stravius; Singapore Wants A School Of Schoolings

Jeremy Stravius - By Patrick B. Kraemer

French international Jeremy Stravius is making sound recovery after suffering a scaphoid fracture in a skiing accident during the Christmas holiday season; Singapore aims to catch the Schooling wave – seek guru to help them do it; and Italy tested more than ever before in 2016, the anti-doping agency including 775 checks on swimmers in Olympic season, while on a different level of checks and balances, of 700 TUE requests, 372 were approved

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French international Jeremy Stravius is making sound recovery after suffering a scaphoid fracture in a skiing accident during the Christmas holiday season; Singapore aims to catch the Schooling wave – seek guru to help them do it; and Italy tested more than ever before in 2016, the anti-doping agency including 775 checks on swimmers in Olympic season, while on a different level of checks and balances, of 700 TUE requests, 372 were approved

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