By John Lohn PHILADELPHIA, Penn., April 29. NOW that the majority of the World Championship Trials have concluded, much of the swimming community’s attention has shifted to Montreal and the
Phoenix, Ariz., April 29. SWIMMING enthusiasts, subscribers and advertisers from around the globe continue to praise the relaunch of one of swimming’s oldest and most respected independent publications –Swimming World
BATON ROUGE, La., April 28. THERE will be an Olympic feel this weekend to the Gulf States Challenge, sponsored by Crawfish Aquatics. The competition, held Friday through Sunday, will feature
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, April 27. LAST summer, South Africa soared to the top of the swimming world when it captured gold in a world-record time in the 400 freestyle relay
WILMINGTON, Del., April 26. DURING his illustrious coaching career, Bob Mattson was the man behind the finest swimmers to come out of Delaware. Now, he's being rewarded for his efforts.
YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN, April 26. A quartet of world records were shattered over the weekend during the Second Annual GTAC Disability Open, held at Eastern Michigan University. Leading the way was
By Oene Rusticus AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, April 26. THE Dutch Swimming Association selected 18 swimmers for the World Championships in Montreal after the final day of the Dutch Nationals in Amsterdam.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 25. SIMILAR to a few weeks back, when the United States World Championship Trials were held in the city, Indianapolis will be a hot spot for the
BROADWATER, Australia, April 25. AFTER five kilometers of racing, it’s rare to find a three-man battle for an open-water championship. But, that’s exactly what transpired last week at the Australian
By John Lohn HAVERTOWN, Penn., April 25. IN three days, Brendan Hansen will join an exclusive group of sports figures when he's inducted into the Delaware County Athletes Hall of