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Anita Alvarez of Team United States competes in the Women's Solo Free Final on day six of the Budapest 2022 FINA World Championships at Alfred Hajos National Aquatics Complex on June 22, 2022 in Budapest, Hungary. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images hide caption

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Silver medalist Ryan Murphy of Team USA (from left), gold medalist Evgeny Rylov of the Russian Olympic Committee and bronze medalist Luke Greenbank of Great Britain during Friday's medal ceremony for the men's 200-meter backstroke final at the Tokyo Games. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images hide caption

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USA Swimming is calling for the Summer Olympics to be delayed rather than starting in July in Tokyo as planned. The federation recently canceled all its sanctioned events through the end of April. Here, Hali Flickinger competes in the 100m butterfly final at a TYR Pro Swim Series event held in Des Moines, Iowa, early this month. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images hide caption

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Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith sued USA Swimming alleging the sport's national governing body knew her former coach sexually abused her as a minor and covered it up. On Wednesday, USA Swimming and Smith's attorney announced they had reached a settlement for an undisclosed amount in damages. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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USA Swimming To Settle Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed By Former Olympian

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Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors Smith talks to reporters during a May news conference in Seattle. Kukors Smith sued USA Swimming, alleging the sport's national governing body knew her former coach sexually abused her as a minor and covered it up. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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As USA Swimming Grapples With Sexual Abuse, Athletes Cite Lack Of Female Coaches

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