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SWIMMING AND DIVING

In other action Tuesday,the girls and boys basketball teams topped Duluth Marshall and the girls hockey team lost to Cloquet-Esko-Carlton.
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Without 23-time gold medalist Michael Phelps for the first time since the Atlanta Games in 1996, the United States' gold count slipped from 16 at London and Rio to 11 this time around.
The confident pair represent the best of Team USA swimming, a world power having a lesser showing in the pool than in most Games.
Bobby Finke chased down the field in the final moments of the 800m freestyle, while sprinter Caeleb Dressel took top honors in the coveted 100m freestyle swim.

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"I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me or feel like silver or any other medals besides gold is a disappointment," said the 1,500-meter champion and 400-meter runner-up.
Rudd, Johnson will compete at University of St. Thomas.
Duluth swimmer seeded high in Class AA 200 and 500 freestyles.
Virginia and Eveleth-Gilbert program stronger now after combining forces.
Despite shortened season, Greyhounds are seeking to repeat 7AA team title.
Despite coming from a diving background, versatile Duluth Denfeld senior is at home as a swimmer.

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With COVID-19 restrictions preventing invitationals, Spartans' Punyko seeks to offer swimmers other options
Joe Rudd recently raced against teammate Grant Wodny in the 200-yard individual medley, one of Rudd’s best events.
Former Duluth East diver Miles Rohrbaugh swept the 1-meter and 3-meter competitions -- his first NCAA Division I victories -- as the Wisconsin-Green Bay swimming and diving teams posted wins over Northern Michigan on Sunday.

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