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Birmingham 2022 delivers record 57.1m BBC streams (SportsPro Insider) Coverage of the Birmingham 2022 generated a record 57.1 million streams on the BBC digital platforms, setting a new record for the Commonwealth Games.
That figure also represents a more than six-fold increase on the UK public service broadcaster’s number of streams from the previous edition of the Commonwealth Games. Although, it should be noted that the last event in 2018 was held in Australia – a very different timezone.
For Birmingham 2022, a total of 28.6 million viewers tuned in via the BBC’s linear channels. Viewership peaked at 6.6 million viewers ahead of the women’s 100m backstroke and men’s 100m breaststroke final, while the opening ceremony drew a five-minute audience peak of 5.2 million.

USA Swimming Reveals 2023 Domestic Event Calendar (SportsTravel) USA Swimming has announced the dates for its domestic competitions for the 2023 calendar year, although locations for some are still being finalized and will be announced in the coming months.

Virginia, North Carolina, Florida State, Clemson in Talks to Join SEC (Morning Consult Sports) SEC swimming could soon become absolutely stacked. A source told SwimSwam that Virginia, North Carolina, Florida State, and Clemson are negotiating to join the SEC as ESPN attempts to void their 20-year television deal with the ACC.

Ryan Lochte's 6 Olympic Swimming Medals Up for Auction (Bloomberg) (AP) -- All of Ryan Lochte's Olympic silver and bronze medals are up for auction, with the proceeds going to a charity benefitting children.

Katie Ledecky Overhauled Her Training to Get Even Stronger After a Less Golden Tokyo Olympics (Wall Street Journal) GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Katie Ledecky arrived back in the U.S. last year after a Tokyo Olympics in which she collected two gold and two silver medals. By anyone else’s standards, it was a successful haul. By Ledecky’s, it was a sign that something about her training wasn’t clicking.

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