Goodwill Games: German Men Upset USA

EAST MEADOW, NY – Winning the final relay, Germany defeated the U.S. men’s swim team in dual meet competition at the 1998 Goodwill Games. Germany won 63-59, while the World

Goodwill Games: USA Women Destroy China

EAST MEADOW, NY – New York natives, Cristina Teuscher, Lea Maurer and Richelle Fox, all won events as the U.S. women’s swim team defeated China 88-34 on the first day

Hall’s “B” Sample Is Also Positive

PHOENIX, AZ – Gary Hall Jr.’s “B” urine sample also tested positive for marijuana. Hall, 23, was provisionally suspended earlier this month by FINA, which said he tested positive for

Masters: For The Record

The only woman whose national and world Masters records are faster than the men’s records in her age group is Aileen Soule of Honolulu. Aileen, 92, holds all 3 (long

Comebacks…And Non-Comebacks

1992 U.S. Olympic sweetheart Anita Nall, 22, training with her former coach, Murray Stephens at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club this summer to decide whether to make a serious comeback.

DeBruijn Breaks European Record

Holland’s Inge DeBruijn set a European record in the 50 meter freestyle last weekend at the Potomac Valley Swimming Long Course Championships in Oakton, Virginia. Her time of 25.06 seconds

Back To The Future

Column by John Lohn CRANBURY, New Jersey, December 7. THERE was something nice about the weekend action that took place at the University of Texas and the King County Aquatic

Wening, Brooks Receive Phillips 66 Awards

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Jason Wening and Stephanie Brooks became the first disabled recipients of the Phillips 66 Swimmer of the Meet awards at the USA Swimming Disability Championships. Wening, a