Swiminfo Covers NCAAs, Short Course World Champs, US Champs; Don't Miss Lindsay Benko's Diary from Athens -- March 14, 2000
By Phillip Whitten
Swiminfo.com--the world's leading source of information about swimming--will be providing both daily and up-to-the-minute coverage and results of the upcoming Women's NCAA Div. I Championships (March 16-18) in Indianapolis; Men's NCAA Div. I Championships (March 23-25) in Minneapolis;
Short Course World Championships in Athens, Greece (March 16-19); and U.S. National Championships in Federal Way, Washington (March 28-April 1).
The NCAA meets are being held in a 25-meter course for the first time in history; the Short Course World Championships will also be contested in a 25-meter course; while the USA Swimming Championships will be held in a 50-meter course.
Here's a rundown of our coverage:
Women's NCAAs (March 16-18)
Swiminfo's Mike Collins and Phil Whitten will provide real-time, event-by-event coverage of the meet, along with photos highlights. In addition, there will be a daily summary article as well as complete results.
Men's NCAAs (March 23-25)
Swiminfo's Mike Collins, Kari Lydersen and Phil Whitten will provide real-time, event-by-event coverage of the meet, along with photo highlights. In addition, there will be a daily summary article as well as complete results.
Short Course World Championships (March 16-18)
Our German correspondent, Claudia Weidlich, will provide daily coverage of the meet and complete results.
In addition, U.S. swim star Lindsay Benko will write a daily diary and send us candid snapshots as she records her impressions of the meet. Lindsay will be swimming the 200 and 400m freestyle and the 200m backstroke.
U.S.A. Swimming National Championships (March 28-April 1)
Correspondent P.H. Mullen will provide daily coverage of the meet along with complete results.