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FINA World Cup 2: Might Martina Triumphs Again

COLLEGE PARK, Md., Nov. 16. SLOVAKIA'S Martina Moravcova added three more medals to the three she won last night to emerge as the dominant swimmer at the two-day FINA World

NCAA Div. III: Denison Stings Kenyon

IN two stunning upsets last Friday, November 10, Denison's women's and men's swim teams both defeated Kenyon College. The meet was held at Denison's Mike Gregory Natatorium in front of

Moravcova, Moses Romp at World Cup

COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND, Nov. 15. MARTINA Moravcova, Slovakia's first-ever Olympic medalist, was a triple winner on the first night of competition at the FINA World Cup 2 swim meet held

Shark Kills Swimmer near Perth

By Stephen J. Thomas PERTH, Australia, Nov. 13. THE Australian open-water swimming community is still in shock after the funeral of 49-year-old recreational ocean swimmer Ken Crew was held in

Teuscher Stars at Rio World Cup Meet

RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 12. AMERICAN Olympian Cristina Teuscher won two gold medals at World Cup 1 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the first stop on the 2000-2001 World Cup

Coughlin Stars at Rice Invitational

HOUSTON, Nov. 11. UNIVERSITY of California freshman Natalie Coughlin rewrote a significant chunk of the Rice Pool record book this weekend by breaking two more records Saturday at the Rice

NCAA Div. I Women: Arkansas Edges LSU

FAYETTEVILLE, Nov. 11. SOPHOMORE Genny McNeill and the Arkansas swimming and diving team brought shovels to the meet against LSU Saturday at the Arkansas Natatorium to symbolize their theme for

NCAA Div. I: Virginia Squeaks by Pitt

PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 11. THE University of Virginia men's and women's swimming and diving teams both improved to 4-0 on the season with wins over Pittsburgh Saturday afternoon (November 11)

Hope Men and Women Sweep Albion

November 11. THE Flying Dutchmen of Hope College gained a 96-79 victory over Albion College in MIAA action today as the Hope women bested Albion, 123-109. In the men's meet,