noun - NCAA or the National Collegiate Athletic Association is an American non-profit association of 1,281 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals that organizes the athletic programs of many colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
Many of the world's best swimmers, both male and female, open water and pool, train and compete for NCAA institutions and compete at the NCAA Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Championships that are held annually in March.
The NCAA identified the sport of triathlon as an emerging sport for female student-athletes in January 2014.
- National Collegiate Athletic Association
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- It Is Only A Matter Of Time For Triathlons And Open Water
- Triathlon And The Collegiate Experience
- Who Is Dr. Freas And What Is His Open Water Vision?
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- The Crimson Tide Rolls And Stays Grounded
- Tom Shields, From Body Surfing To Streamlining
- Wolverines Swim Fast In The Water
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- When Dreams Are Realized Less Than 1%
- Giving Open Water Swimming An Old College Try
- NCAA Agrees Triathlon Is Emerging