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Tune into Outside Television on Monday December 8th for a profile on Natalie Coughlin featuring Anthony! via Dispatches and airing at 9 PM. (Comcast 430 for those of you in the SF Bay area).

Japan!

Hey Japan! Anthony is headed your way for the Tokyo World Cup at the end of October! Additionally, if you're lucky enough to live in Osaka, Anthony will be hosting a "Swimming & Training with the Star" event on November 1st at Swimpia Nara: http://xn--w9jvai5d9ivh5k713ty60a.com/

DJ Set @ The Bowery Electric

Don't miss Anthony DJ-ing w/ The Big P.A. in celebration of Ben Lovett of Mumford and Sons' birthday TOMORROW night at The Bowery Electric! Swimming World Magazine is so excited for it, they wrote an article, which you can check out below! Tickets are $14 in advance and are extremely limited. Doors at 6:30 PM and Ages are 21+. Full Communion lineup including a fitting performance by SWIMM. See you there!

http://www.swimmingworldmagazine.com/news/anthony-ervin-djing-at-bowery-...

Results from Raia Rapida in Rio de Janeiro

Raia Rapida in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2014 is a wrap! Congrats to Anthony on winning all 3 rounds including the Final of the Men's 50m Free in 21.91 to take the title and the prize money. Team USA finished 2nd in the 200 medley relay in 1:37.75 with Anthony anchoring in 21.31. [Photos by Emily White]

Nationals and Pan Pacs Recap

Photo via Twitter.com/DannyGermany

Anthony had a busy couple of weeks, competing in the Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, California, and the Pan Pacific Championships in Australia. The busy schedule had little effect on Anthony, as he earned gold at Nationals and silver at the Pan Pacs in the 50-meter freestyle.

Anthony did not take a breath as he sped to the 3rd fastest time in the world, clocking in at 21.55 for the gold. It was his first national title since 2001.

After travelling to the other side of the world, Anthony earned silver in the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.73. His silver place finish qualified him to represent the U.S. at the 2015 FINA World Championships in Russia, as well as compete on the 400 Freestyle relay at Worlds.

He also participated in the 400 freestyle relay with Nathan Adrian, Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps at Pan Pacs. The team took the silver, behind the Australians, but Anthony believes in the future the team “express[es] a desire to train more, get ready, and have a better result.”

Here is a youtube clip of an interview done by Swimming World with Anthony after the Pan Pacs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tphKSoDa4g