USOC Hires College Partnership Boss To Help Combat Threat To Swim Programs

The Florida Gators and many other college programs have been critical to the U.S.A. maintaining its world No 1 status in the elite pool for generations [Image, courtesy of Gator Zone]

News Round-Up: The survival of Olympic sports in the American collegiate system is a major concern, so much so that the United States Olympic Committee has taken the step of hiring Sarah Wilhelmi as the Director of Collegiate Partnerships; Navy Seal Charlie Keating IV was killed in action on Tuesday in combat in northern Iraq; the Dutch send 21 to European Championships; and France to help build pools complex in Japan as part of its Tokyo 2020 project

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News Round-Up: The survival of Olympic sports in the American collegiate system is a major concern, so much so that the United States Olympic Committee has taken the step of hiring Sarah Wilhelmi as the Director of Collegiate Partnerships; Navy Seal Charlie Keating IV was killed in action on Tuesday in combat in northern Iraq; the Dutch send 21 to European Championships; and France to help build pools complex in Japan as part of its Tokyo 2020 project

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Tiger Christian

Sounds great! Can you come to Starkville and talk to my Athletic Director at Mississippi State University?? We are SEC Territory.

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