Banned Steroid Found in 20 Percent of Supplements

By John Goodbody LONDON, Sept. 20. NEARLY 40 of 200 over-the-counter food supplements tested in one of the world's leading drugs laboratories contain nandrolone, the controversial anabolic steroid, it emerged

Phelps Named Swimmer of the Year by USA Swimming

(Courtesy of Mary Wagner and Gail Dummer, USA Swimming.) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept. 19. THE North Baltimore Aquatic Club took three of USA Swimming's most prestigious awards at last week's

Stanford Names Vargas New Water Polo Coach

PALO ALTO, CA., Sept. 15. FORMER U.S. national water polo coach John Vargas has been named to succeed long-time Stanford head man Dante Dettamanti, effective Jan. 1, 2002. Vargas will

2004 US Olympic Trials Will Be at Long Beach

LONG BEACH, CA., Sept. 14. FOR the first time in more than a quarter century, the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials are returning to Southern California. At its convention in Dearborn,

A Canadian’s Tribute to the USA

PHOENIX, Sept. 13. The following editorial, "America: The Good Neighbor," was was given in a 1973 editorial broadcast from Toronto by Gordon Sinclair, a Canadian television commentator. Both Tom Dolan

US Masters Postpones Convention; USA Swimming Undecided

By Phillip Whitten DEARBORN, Mich., Sept. 12. UNITED States masters Swimming President Nancy Ridout announced early this afternoon that she is postponing the organization's annual convention, which was set to