The Week in Swimming 3/15/2018

The D1 Women’s NCAA Swimming Championships are underway! You can live stream the preliminaries and the Friday/Saturday finals.

In a bid to have up to 20% fewer swimmers at the next Olympic Trials, USA Swimming moved the qualifying period to exclude 2018 Summer Nationals. (Swim Swam)  

Olympic swimmer Lizzie Simmonds had a tweet go viral. Not everyone was happy about it. (BBC) 

After his three NCAA titles and seven gold medals in Budapest, swimmer Caeleb Dressel has been nominated for the prestigious Sullivan Award. You can vote for him here

Inspired by her twin brother, who has Down syndrome, a student swimmer started the new Beyond the Waves blog to raise awareness for the Special Needs community. 

Olympic swimmer Kathleen Baker wants people to know that, even with Crohn's disease, you can accomplish something significant. (SF Gate)

Read this extraordinary profile of the swimmer who came back from Hodgkin's Lymphoma to help her school win its fourth consecutive NCAA title! (Observer

After a multi-million-dollar renovation, a spring-water pool in Death Valley is again open to the public. (Travel & Leisure)

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