1999 Pan Pacific Championships: Day 1

THORPE SLASHES PERKINS’ 400 FREE WORLD RECORD BY ALMOST TWO SECONDS By Stephen J. Thomas The Sunday morning heats here in Sydney attracted the largest crowd ever to a heat

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 3

GROSELLE, HANSEN SHINE ON A STAR-STUDDED DAY By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Fifteen more world and 23 American records fell on the third day of the U.S. Masters Swimming

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 2

18 WORLD MASTERS MARKS TUMBLE AT MASTERS NATIONALS By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Eighteen more world Masters record were washed away today, along with 26 U.S. national marks, at

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 1

"SPECHTACULAR" BILL SPECT LEADS THE WAY AT MASTERS NATIONALS By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Bill Specht of St. Petersburg (Florida) Masters led the way with two world records on

2000 Masters Short Course Nationals Moved

The 2000 USMS Short Course Nationals will not be held in Phoenix, Arizona, as voted at last year’s convention. According to Rich Bonney, executive director of the Phoenix Swim Club,

Fidel Castro Supports Cuba’s Olympic Bid

Cuban President Fidel Castro says his country’s strong athletic record and its rights as a 3rd World nation translate into a perfect venue to host the 2008 Olympics. Castro said

Ruiz, Wilkinson Win At U.S. Diving Championships

THE WOODLANDS, TX – In the end, Mark Ruiz came away with three national titles from the U.S. Summer National Diving Championships. In addition to his 1m and synchronized 3m

Youngquist Resigns as CWU Swim Coach

ELLENSBURG, WA -Chad Youngquist, Central Washington University’s swimming coach for the past three seasons, has resigned and will accept a teaching and coaching position at Shelton High School. Youngquist will