The Week in Swimming 6/1/2018

The addition of Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Lochte will deepen the talent roster at next weekend's TYR Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara. (Swimming World)

To draw attention to climate change, Olympic swimmer Rostislav Vitek will attempt a two-way English Channel crossing this summer. (Swim Swam)

And to raise awareness of how floating skills can save lives, "strongman swimmer" Ross Edgley starts today on the first-ever swim around the entire mainland of Great Britain. (Telegraph)

One lucky swim club will win the lane lines from July's 2018 Phillips 66 National Championship. (USA Swimming)

Speedo-style swim trunks are the most hated item of clothing – worse than Crocs even! – according to a new survey of Britons. (BBC)

A campaign to recruit new lifeguards in Hong Kong hopes to fight a rise in closures of under-staffed public pools. (SCMP)

Plan your next vacation with this list of the 12 best cities for swimming. (CNN, with slideshow)

Getting set for some racing in Irvine this weekend! ???

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FINA has announced the official schedule for the 2018 World Cup Series

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