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    The Sport Aktuell, a sport show on the Swiss television, discussed the swimming suit situation with Swiss swimmers Dominik Meichtry and Flori Lang during the Swiss Championships on their edition of March 23rd.

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    You can now vote for either Dara Torres or the 4x100m free U.S. relay team of Michael Phelps, Garrett Weber-Gale, Cullen Jones and Jason Lezak for the AAU Sullivan Award. Presented annually since 1930, the AAU Sullivan Award honors the outstanding amateur athlete based on leadership, character, sportsmanship and the ideals of amateurism in the United States.

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    World Team Member Nathan Adrian, swimming for the University of California, blasted the American record in the men’s 100-yard free as the relay leadoff of Cal’s second-place 400-yard free relay at the Pacific 10 Championships.  Nathan just missing the national record of 41.62 set by another Race Clubber, Anthony Ervin, back in 2002 with a 41.64 during the individual 100-yard free championship finale but bounced back with a sterling time of 41.43 on the relay leadoff.

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    Gary Hall Sr. gives us the run down on the Liquid Oxygen, which they sell through the Race Club Online Store. Get to know what exactly it is, how you should use it and why it has a beneficial effect on your athletic performance. Read it all at “What is Liquid Oxygen“.

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    World Team Member Nathan Adrian, swimming for the University of California, rocketed to a time of 18.82 to break Ben Wildman-Tobriner’s American record of 18.87 during the second day of the 2009 Pac-10 Swimming Championships at the Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach. Adrian returned just a few minutes later to prove the time wasn’t a fluke with another 18.82 as the relay leadoff of the California 200 free relay.

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    Gary Hall Sr. is back after the holidays and follows up on his previous Aqua Note about their new vitamin product Thunderbolt and shares some of this goals for 2009 with us. Read his latest column called “Thunderbold to the Rescue“.