2 World Records for Inky

SHEFFIELD, England, May 26. DUTCH swimmer Inge ("Inky") de Bruijn cracked one world record and tied another today at the Super Grand Prix meet in Sheffield, England. De Bruijn equaled

Jacobsen Flies to Win in Barcelona

BARCELONA, May 25. DENMARK'S Mette Jacobsen completed her double in the butterfly events on the final day of the Mare Nostrum meet in Barcelona by taking the 200 meter fly

Potec Leads the Way in Barcelona

BARCELONA, May 24. Romania's Camelia Potec, last year's European champion in the 200 meter freestyle, won her favorite event at the XXI Trofeo International Swim Meet in Barcelona today, the

Santa Clara Pool To Be Named for George Haines

By Phillip Whitten SANTA CLARA, May 24. The City Council of Santa Clara unanimously passed a resolution last night renaming the Santa Clara International Swim Center in honor of coaching

Japanese Swim Star Left Off Olympic Team

By Phillip Whitten May 24. SUZU Chiba, one of Japan's brightest Olympic medal hopefuls, has inexplicably been left off the Japanese Olympic Team, a move that has swimming experts around

IOC Drug Czar Offers Resignation

By Stephen Wilson AP Sports Writer RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, May 24. PRINCE Alexandre de Merode has offered his resignation as chairman of the IOC's medical commission after more than

Sprinters Rule on First Day of Barcelona Meet

BARCELONA, May 23. Sprinters ruled the first day of competition at the Mare Nostrum meet in Barcelona, the second stop on the Mare Nostrum circuit. Cuban Olympic silver medalist Rodolfo

Dara, Jenny Shine in Arizona Sun

By Phillip Whitten TEMPE, AZ. Shrugging off 107-degree temperatures. and in the midst of hard training, former teammates Dara Torres and Jenny Thompson sparkled in the desert heat, exchanging victories