Upsets Galore at Qantas Skins Meet Down Under

By Kurt Hanson SYDNEY, Australia. A record crowd of over 6000 people packed the Sydney Aquatic Centre last Friday night for the sixth annual Qantas Skins swim meet – and

Coughlin, DeBruijn Soar on Day Two of Santa Clara Int’l

SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 28. IT'S "just another meet," merely a stepping stone on the road to Ft. Lauderdale (U.S. Nationals), Manchester (Commonwealth Games), erlin (European Championships) or Yokohama (Pan-Pacs)–

Moses, Tanaka Shine at Sarasota Meet

SARASOTA, Fla., June 28. BREASTSTROKERS Ed Moses and Masami Tanaka, both swimming for Curl-Burke Swim Club, were the standouts at the Sarasota YMCA Long Course swim meet last weekend in

Coach Bruce Hutchinson Passes Away

NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 28. A memorial service will be held Sunday, June 30, at 11 a.m. at Southern Connecticut State University's James W. Moore Fieldhouse for Dr. Bruce Hutchinson,

Mark Taylor is New U. Houston Coach

HOUSTON, Texas, June 28. UNIVERSITY of Houston Director of Athletics Dave Maggard announced Friday that Mark Taylor was named head coach of the women's swimming and diving program. Born in

Keri Buff Picked to Coach Bowling Green Women

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, June 28. BOWLING Green State University announced today the hiring of Keri Buff as head women's swimming & diving coach. Bowling Green eliminated it's men's team this

Ron Johnson Retires from Coaching

By Phillip Whitten TEMPE, Ariz., June 27. RON Johnson, Masters swimming's Renaissance man and one of the most successful coaches of modern times, retired from active coaching today at the