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Swimming phenom Michael Andrew advances to finals in first Olympic trials

Lawrence’s Michael Andrew, 17, became the youngest pro swimmer in U.S. history at age 14. He has earned national attention as an up-and-comer in the sport -- and also because of being coached at home by his father -- but had plateaued in the last year. But an adjustment in training with his father and coach, Peter, helped him manage his nerves and set the U.S. junior record in the 100-breaststroke twice on Sunday.

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They're not paychecks, but major college athletes got extra scholarship stipends for first time this school year

A new era in college sports arrived for the 2015-16 school year in the form of full cost of attendance, a stipend paid over and above the benefits of a scholarship. The amount of the stipend varies by school, ranging from about $2,000 to $5,000 extra going to each full scholarship athlete. Here's how athletes in the wealthiest conferences spent the money and how smaller programs are looking to add stipends to more teams.

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