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Friday, January 15, 2021
Williamson Wins 3 Gold Medals in England’s Virtual Level X Racing

Sam Williamson was one of more than 16,200 swimmers from 430 clubs that took part in Swim England’s Virtual Level X Racing.

The Swim England’s Virtual Level X Racing opening event began October 23rd through to the end of December.

Swim England launched Level X Racing to give swimmers the opportunity to practice racing skills in their own club environments in the absence of competitions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Williamson would finish with 3 Golds 16 Years Age Group Medals, a Silver and Bronze Medal.

The three Gold Medal performances came in the Individual Medley, Williamson would pick up the Gold Medal in the 100m Individual Medley touching the wall in a time of 59.38, he would claim the 200m Individual Medley Gold as well with a time of 2:08.87, and his third Gold Medal would come in the 400m Individual Medley clocking 4:34.02.

Williamson picked up the Silver Medal competing in the 200m Breaststroke with a time of 2:23.62, and the Bronze Medal came in the 1500m Freestyle with a time of 17:07.30.

Williamson finished 4th in the 100m Breaststroke with a time of 1:05.75, he was 5th in the 200m Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 1:56.78, Williamson was 7th in the 400m Freestyle clocking 4:09.53, and he closed out finishing 8th in the 100m Freestyle with a time of 53.68.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Harvey and Penn State Set to Take On Ohio State

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2020-21 Men's and Women's swimming and diving schedule.

The schedule consists of three meets for Emma Harvey and her Penn State teammates beginning on January 15th - 16th.

Penn State will debut at Ohio State in a meet against the host Ohio State.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Moore Leads Northern Colorado to 22nd Ranking

Led by Western Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week Madelyn Moore for the first time in the history of Northern Colorado Swimming and Diving, they appear in the top-25 of College Swimming's Mid-Major rankings.

Northern Colorado comes in at No. 22.

"Our team has shown a lot of resilience this year and it's beginning to pay off through our performances," said head coach Lisa Ebeling. "This is a big step for our program, but we have a lot of unfinished work to do. If we can all stay healthy and focused, we hope that it will be the first of many."

The ranking comes off the heels of a dominant weekend for Ebeling's squad. Northern Colorado won 13 events across two days of dual meets against Air Force, Colorado Mesa and the Colorado School of Mines.

For complete objectivity, College Swimming utilizes a Power Point system in lieu of team-submitted entries, and have done so since 2013.

Northern Colorado is the second-highest ranked women's program from the Western Athletic Conference, one place behind Grand Canyon.
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Moore Earns WAC Swimmer of the Week Recognition

After being on the mid-major rankings for the first time in program history, Northern Colorado received Western Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week recognition.

Junior Madelyn Moore earned the weekly award after a strong performance at the Quad Dual Meet over the weekend.

UNC recorded 13 wins against Air Force, Colorado Mesa and Colorado School of Mines, including several from Moore.

The Bermuda native won the 100-yard Freestyle (50.14) and 50-yard Freestyle (23.00). Her 100 Freestyle time was a Program and Personal Best. According to the WAC, Moore’s times were also the fastest in the Conference this year.

Moore swam in the leadoff spot in all four relays, too, finishing first in 3-of-4 races. Her 50-yard leg of the 200-yard Relay clocked in at 22.77, just 1/100th of a second off the NCAA “B” cutoff time.

She is the first UNC swimmer or diver to earn the award this season.
Monday, January 11, 2021
COVID Closes Daley & Hannah Training Center

Due to a member of the training group testing positive for COVID-19, Swimming Canada is temporarily closing its High Performance Center – Ontario.

Jade Hannah and Elan Daley are both members of the Ontario High Performance Programme.

This precautionary measure is in line with Swimming Canada’s Return to Swimming protocols, as well as Government of Ontario and City of Toronto health and safety regulations.

Upon being informed that the member of the training group was experiencing symptoms, the person was immediately removed from the group, underwent a test that day and has been isolating. Protocols include strict monitoring of daily attendance, allowing all close contacts to be isolated. Testing of close contacts began within hours. As yet there is no evidence of transmission at the pool.

The center will remain closed until further notice. Swimming Canada will continue to follow its Return to Swimming protocols, and adhere to all government and facility regulations.
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