Review: Speedo Grand Challenge in Irvine, CA

This meet featured Olympic medalists and members of the the US National Team. Steve West, 1995 World University Games silver medalist, won the 200m breast in a fast 2:18:11. Bjorn

Van Almsick Injured

Reuters – World champion and Olympic silver medalist Franziska Van Almsick will be out for the rest of the season following a motorcycle accident that has left her needing an

Review: Nissan Grand Prix in Phoenix, AZ

This meet featured 3 former members of the original National Resident Team and 2 members of the new NRT competing for prizes, most notably a new car. Nissan was offering

Olympic Ticket Lawsuit Settled

ATLANTA – The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games has settled a class action lawsuit by about 5,100 ticket buyers who said they were overcharged for tickets to the 1996

2002 Logo Gets Sneak Preview By Committee

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Organizers of the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Games travel to Monte Carlo, Monaco, this week to submit their top-secret logo to the IOC’s executive

Goodwill Games Set Aside $5 Million For Prizes

NEW YORK – Organizers of the 1998 Goodwill Games are confident a major change in their approach to rewarding athletes will ensure superior fields and performances. The Games will offer

USOC Votes Against Bidding For 2008 Games

COLORADO SPRINGS – The U.S. Olympic Committee voted against bidding for the 2008 Olympics despite interest from eight American cities. Instead, the USOC’s executive committee unanimously endorsed pursuit of the

Thompson: USOC Athlete of Month

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. Jenny Thompson and weightlifter Tom Gough have been named USOC’s April Athletes-of-the-Month for their accomplishments. Thompson won the women’s voting, collecting 7 of 9 first-place votes for

Michelle Smith May Not Compete at Europeans and Worlds

Irish Times – Ireland’s triple Olympic champion Michelle Smith has not committed herself to either the European Championships in August or the World Championships in Perth next January. The newspaper

Title IX News: More Men’s Programs Are Eliminated

SAN JOSE, Calif. – San Jose State University men’s cross country will be reinstated as an intercollegiate sport while men’s gymnastics and men’s tennis will be discontinued. SJSU will now