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Dutch Swimmers Allowed Yards Qualifications For Short Course Worlds

By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam Among the notable swimmers affected by this are Tennessee's Kira Toussaint, Alabama's Laurent Bams, and Queens University's Dion Dreesens, who will all be competing in yards ahead of the World Championships as a part of their respective NCAA teams. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Dutch Swimmers Allowed Yards Qualifications For Short Course Worlds
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