Nicolas Albiero Joins Growing List of Swimmers Opting for “Super Senior” Season

The latest swimmer to announce that they will return to collegiate swimming for a bonus 5th year next season is University of Louisville’s Nicolas Albiero.

He told SwimSwam on Sunday that the decision made sense for him because he is pursuing a one-year full-time MBA program at the school.

“There are still goals I want to accomplish in short course yards,” he said. “I’m looking forward to a normal year of training with my Louisville teammates.”

Albiero is part of a growing list of NCAA Division I swimmers and divers who are taking advantage of an NCAA waiver next

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‘Super League was not a coup’ – Juventus chief Agnelli insists football reform is still needed

The Turin club are one of just three sides from the original 12 that remain committed to the much-criticised breakaway plan

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has once more defended his side’s participation in the aborted Super League, arguing that football still needs a radical overhaul despite the project’s failure.

The Italian giants are one of just three clubs, along with Real Madrid and Barcelona, who are yet to withdraw from the Super League. 

The plan, which emerged in late April, caused huge uproar across the football world and may yet lead to sanctions from UEFA for the clubs involved.

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Fast Running Shoes – Should You Wear ‘Super Shoes’ Every Day?

Let’s try a thought experiment.

You purchase a pair of “super shoes”—the high-stack, next-gen midsole, plated racing shoes that are the running story of the last few years—and soon boast a new personal best or two. You start to wear the shoes not just in races and special workouts, but also on more of your regular runs. You notice that you’re covering your standard loops faster without more effort. Plus, your legs don’t feel as beat up as they usually do. So you ask yourself, Why not run in super shoes every day?

Not so fast, say some experts, and

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European Super League: All six Premier League teams withdraw from competition

Chelsea fans protested against their involvement in the European Super League outside Stamford Bridge

All six Premier League teams involved in the European Super League (ESL) have now withdrawn from the competition.

Manchester City were the first club to pull out after Chelsea had signalled their intent to do so by preparing documentation to withdraw.

The other four sides – Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham – have all now followed suit.

Italian side Inter Milan are also set to withdraw as they no longer wish to be involved with the project.

BBC Sport understands bosses at the Serie A

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