The Week in Swimming 4/6/2018

Swimming at the Commonwealth Games is underway! Check out the schedule and swimmers to watch. (Reuters)

Did her own scientific research make the difference in swimmer Aimee Willmott winning the 400 IM gold at the Commonwealth Games? (Guardian)

Can breaststroker Adam Peaty break the 57-second barrier in the 100m? (Commonwealth Games)

The favorite in the 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers claims not to even know who he's swimming against (Channel NewsAsia).

Who ranked among the top 12 Masters swimmers of the year? (Swimming World) And who will be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame's Class of 2018? (Swim Swam)

Can you really use that smartphone in the pool? Not according to the watchdog group that banned an ad showing Olympic diver Tom Daley doing just that. (BBC)

In local swimming news, check out these profiles of a teen swimmer headed for the Special Olympics (UW Oshkosh) and a high school swim coach who's retiring after 42 seasons (The Zone).

Next week's TYR Pro Swim Series at Mesa promises a standout field of Olympic gold-medalists and world champion swimmers. (USA Swimming)

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