1998 Commonwealth Games: Day 6

Day 6 Winners: Men's 1500m freestyle – Grant Hackett of Australia (14:50.92) Men's 200m individual medley – Matthew Dunn of Australia (2:00.26) Men's 400m medley relay – Australia (3:38.52) Women's

1998 Commonwealth Games: Day 5

Day 5 Winners: Men's 50m freestyle – Mark Foster of England (22.58) Men's 100m backstroke – Mark Versfeld of Canada (55.52) Men's 200m butterfly – James Hickman of England (1:57.11)

1998 Commonwealth Games: Day 4

Day 4 Winners: Men’s 400m freestyle – Ian Thorpe of Australia (3:44.35) Men’s 200m breaststroke – Simon Cowley of Australia (2:13.13) Men’s 400m freestyle relay – Australia (3:17.83) Women’s 100m

1998 Commonwealth Games

Day 1 Winners: Men’s 200m freestyle – Ian Thorpe of Australia (1:46.70) Men’s 100m breaststroke – Simon Cowley of Australia (1:02.00) Women’s 100m freestyle – Susan Rolph of England (55.17)

Back In The Swim

1972 Olympic hero, Shane Gould, has started swimming again. Competing in her first Masters meet in July, Gould clocked 29.3 for the 50 scm free, and Australian record for women

Lenny K. Signs

Double world champion Lenny Krayzelburg has signed a multi-year endorsement contract with Speedo that is being described as the largest ever for a swimmer who has not won Olympic gold.

New Prez…

USA Swimming will elect a new president and announce its 1998 Swimmer of the Year and 1998 Phillips Performance of the Year Award on the weekend of Oct 2-3 from

Summer Time

1992 Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders, star of the popular Nickelodeon TV show, “Figure It Out,” has been named Ahmad Rashad’s co-host on NBC’s “NBA Inside Stuff.”

Grote Honored

Kurt Grote was elected president of the Stanford chapter of the American Medical Students Association. Grote, the 1998 World Champion in the 200m breaststroke, won gold in both the 100

East German Doctor And Coach Fined

BERLIN – A former East German doctor and a swim coach who admitted giving performance-enhancing drugs to young female swimmers were fined and convicted of causing bodily harm. Rolf Glaeser,