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Spitz Criticizes IOC

SYDNEY, Australia – Mark Spitz, who won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics, criticized the International Olympic Committee for failing to introduce tests for all banned drugs because of

New Swim Suits Opposed

Australian swim coach Forbes Carlile urged FINA to reverse itself and ban new Teflon-coated, Lycra-powered bodysuits by next year’s Olympics. The neck-to-ankle suits, which reduce drag and minimize muscle fatigue,

1999 Australian Short Course Championships

FIVE WORLD RECORDS FOR THE AUSSIES!! By Stephen Thomas After the rigors of the Pan Pacific Championships, it was not surprising that many of the leading Australian swimmers set themselves

Grove City College Adds Water Polo

Courtesy www.usawaterpolo.com GROVE CITY, PA – Grove City College has added men’s and women’s water polo to its varsity sports line-up for the 1999-2000 academic year, thanks to a $60,000

NCAA Men’s Water Polo: Preseason Poll

as of 9/2/99 1. USC 2. Stanford 3. UCLA 4. Pepperdine 5. UC-Irvine 6. California 7. Long Beach State 8. UC Santa Barbara 9. Pacific 10. UC San Diego 11.

UCLA Water Polo: Baker, Krikorian Named Co-Head Coaches

Current assistant coach Adam Krikorian has been promoted to share head coaching duties with Guy Baker for the UCLA men’s and women’s water polo programs, Associate Athletic Director Betsy Stephenson

Another World Record for the Aussie Men

By Stephen Thomas Canberra, Australia – Following the record-breaking performance at the Pan Pacs last week, by Australia’s men’s 4 x 200m freestyle relay, a short course freestyle relay time

Blood Tests at Sydney Olympics

The International Olympic Committee announced that some form of blood testing will be introduced at the 2000 Olympics in hopes of improving detection of performance-enhancing drugs. The IOC affirmed that