Women’s Water Polo Team Ready To Make History

Palermo, Sicily – The USA Women's Water Polo team arrived in Palermo, Sicily, site of the 2000 Women's Olympic Qualification Tournament and a date with history. Men's water polo is,

New Agency To Bust Drug Cheats

Boston, MA – The new head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Terry Madden, says his new agency will conduct more than 5,000 tests on athletes next year and will have

Controversial Bodysuits Allowed

Brisbane, Australia – Australian Swimming will allow the controversial neck-to-ankle bodysuits to be worn at the Australian Olympic trials despite threats the suits will spark protests. Australian Swimming president Terry

CHINA’S LIU RETURNS HOME TO TRAIN FOR SYDNEY

CHINA's Liu Limin, who has been attending school at the University of Nevada in Reno, returned to China on March 22 to begin training with the Chinese National Team, according

DeVARONA SUES ABC

By Lena Williams Double Olympic gold medalist Donna DeVarona, a pioneer in women's sports, is suing ABC Sports, where she worked for 26 years as a broadcaster and producer. She

14 YEAR-OLD LIESEL JONES: A NEW AUSSIE SWIM STAR

By Stephen Thomas PERTH, April 11. PREVIOUSLY unknown 14-year-old Leisel Jones, swam the 4th fastest all-timeby an Australian in the 200m breaststroke at the National Age Championships(LC) last night to