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
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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
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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
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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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