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Gators Men’s Swim Team Looks to Claim SEC Championships Again

The last time the University of Florida swim team did not claim an SEC Championships title was 2012. The 2020 rendition of the finals, which marks the beginning of the postseason, begins Tuesday in Auburn, Alabama. The Gators are on the hunt for their eighth straight first-place finish. A Crowded …

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Former Gator Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Beats A Michael Phelps’ Record

At just 22-years-old, Caeleb Dressel can say that he’s beaten Michael Phelps. Dressel Dominates The World Swimming Championships wrapped up Sunday in South Korea. The event is the second most prominent swim meet on the planet, behind the Olympics. Dressel won eight medals at the competition. He claimed six golds, …

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Jessica Thielmann Prepares for Summer Olympics

The Gators women’s swimming season officially came to a close near the end of March but Olympic hopeful Jessica Thielmann remains hard at work. The Gators senior phenom hails from Newcastle, England and looks to represent her country in 2016 at the summer games in Rio de Janeiro. The right to participate …

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UF Assistant Swim Coach Gemma Spofforth Aims To Help Outside of the Pool

On the University of Florida swim team, it would be easy to say new assistant coach Gemma Spofforth is great for the job because of her impressive swimming resume – Former Gator, British Olympian, and world record holder. But Gemma says she doesn’t feel the need to be defined by …

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