1999 Janet Evans Invitational: Day 1

LOS ANGELES, CA – 16 year-old Kaitlin Sandeno (Nellie Gail Gators) of Mission Viejo, Calif., and South African Ryk Neethling (Hillenbrand) won the women’s and men’s 800m freestyles, respectively, to

1999 Janet Evans Invitational: Day 2

LOS ANGELES, CA – Two-time backstroke world champion Lenny Krayzelburg, the reigning king in the specialty, easily defeated a strong field to win the 200m backstroke to highlight the second

Kovacs Upset At Hungarian Nationals

The Hungarian Nationals, held June 21-27, produced only a few world-class times, but featured a major upset. Sixteen-year-old South African, Sarah Poewe, who hopes to challenge countrywoman Penny Heyns at

Daktronics To Time The Pan-Am Games

Daktronics, Inc., announced it has signed a contract with Swiss Timing to provide scoreboards, matrix displays and technical support at the 1999 Pan American Games, which begin July 23 in

Diana Munz Injured In Auto Accident

Diana Munz, who graced the cover of the April issue of Swimming World, was injured in a serious auto accident last Sunday. She suffered a compressed fracture of the third

More Records Fall at British Nationals

By Craig Lord Swimming World’s European correspondent Sheffield, England – The fast times just kept on coming as the British Nationals, which doubled as the Trials for the European Championships,

Woodlands Smash National High School Record

The Woodlands (Texas) High School smashed the national public school 200 yard medley relay record at the Texas State High School Championships, clocking 1:31.25. The old mark of 1:31.98 was

1999 British National Championships

By Craig Lord Swimming World’s European correspondent Sheffield, England – A European and Commonwealth record were broken, and several very fast times posted at the British National Championships currently being

1999 World University Games: Day 6

From www.usa-swimming.org PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain – The U.S. Swim Team finished just as strong as they started winning five medals, including three golds, on the final day of swimming