Spot The Missing Swimmers: Why Windsor Will Fall Shy Of The Best Swimming Can Be

Katie Ledecky, guided by Bruce Gemmell, and Adam Peaty, guided by Mel Marshall, followed up a stellar world titles in 2015 with pioneering performances that topped all others at Rio 2016 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Editorial – The World Short-Course Championships get underway in Windsor, Canada, tomorrow. Six days to go until the FINA circus packs up at the end of a woeful years for the international federation. Plenty of fast swimming ahead but spot the missing swimmers and spot the mistakes FINA continues to make season in, season out

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Editorial – The World Short-Course Championships get underway in Windsor, Canada, tomorrow. Six days to go until the FINA circus packs up at the end of a woeful years for the international federation. Plenty of fast swimming ahead but spot the missing swimmers and spot the mistakes FINA continues to make season in, season out

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