Red Speedo & Its Pool Set For NY Stage As WSCA Calls For Tygart Plan To Be Tightened

Actor Alex Breaux swims in a pool during a performance of "Red Speedo," in New York - ragout of an image image by Matt Ross Public Relations

Playwright Lucas Hnath’s swimming drama “Red Speedo” opens with theatrical timing in New York on Thursday. It boasts a 40ft heated pool and is about a swimmer who, on the eve of his Olympic trials is implicated in a drug scandal. Cue right on time, as the debate about who should test whom and when rattles on, World Coaches keen to see nations with a bad record forced to submit to independent testing

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Playwright Lucas Hnath’s swimming drama “Red Speedo” opens with theatrical timing in New York on Thursday. It boasts a 40ft heated pool and is about a swimmer who, on the eve of his Olympic trials is implicated in a drug scandal. Cue right on time, as the debate about who should test whom and when rattles on, World Coaches keen to see nations with a bad record forced to submit to independent testing

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