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If you are interested in the Tigers aquatic Club, please contact us by reaching out to our Club President and Team Manager, Luis Nicolao, and our Head Coach, Miles Cava.  We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Luis Nicolao – Club President and Team Manager
nicolao@princeton.edu

Miles Cava – Head Coach
miles.cava@gmail.com

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Tuesday, January 31, 2018
usaswimming.org will be will be down for scheduled maintenance tonight from 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. mountain time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Wishes & More Makes Swimmer Abbey Cornelius' Dreams a Reality
Thursday, January 31, 2018
It’s always been Abbey Cornelius’ dream to swim in college at a program like Stanford University’s. But a diagnosis of Stage 2 Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma about a year ago threatened that dream. That’s why when she met with volunteers for Wishes & More – a Minnesota-based organization that grants wishes to children with terminal and life-threatening illnesses – a trip to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs was at the top of her list.
2017 Photos of the Year: Winter National Championships
Friday, December 31, 2017
The Winter 2017-18 issue of Splash should be in your mailboxes any day now. This issue features our 2017 Year in Review. Read all about the most influential and impactful events from the past year. Some are happy; some are sad. All reaffirm USA Swimming as the top swimming program in the world. As a companion to our print edition, we will be running a series on the top photos of the year from some of our biggest competitions. Today we take a look at the top photos from the USA Swimming Winter National Championships, Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photos by Jamie Sabau and Kirk Irwin//Getty Images)
2017 Photos of the Year: FINA World Junior Championships
Thursday, December 31, 2017
The Winter 2017-18 issue of Splash should be in your mailboxes any day now. This issue features our 2017 Year in Review. Read all about the most influential and impactful events from the past year. Some are happy; some are sad. All reaffirm USA Swimming as the top swimming program in the world. As a companion to our print edition, we will be running a series on the top photos of the year from some of our biggest competitions. Today we take a look at the top photos from the 2017 FINA World Junior Championships, Aug. 23-28, in Indianapolis. (Photos by Streeter Lecka//Getty Images)
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