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Masters World Records Fall

Barbara Dunbar, 50, and Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen, 37, both swimming for San Diego Swim Masters, set new world and national records during a short course meters meet hosted at the Allied

Auburn Swimming Defeats FSU

Tallahassee, FL – In its first dual meet of the season, Auburn Swimming and Diving defeated Florida State as the Tiger women won 140-102 and the Auburn men won 132-108.

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USMS High Altitude Camp

Coach Michael Collins, Merchandise Manager at Swimming World was one of the coaches on staff at the USMS High Altitude training camp.

1999 USC Invitational: Day 2

LOS ANGELES, CA – USC freshman Erik Vendt shattered a 13-year old pool record in the 1650y freestyle to highlight the final day of the USC Invitational at USC’s McDonald’s

1999 USC Invitational: Day 1

LOS ANGELES, CA – USC freshman women’s swimmer Michala Kwasny and Mission Viejo’s Chad Carvin both posted pool records in the first day of the USC Invitational on Friday (Oct.

Aussie Invasion

By Stephen J. Thomas SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – A large contingent of over 30 elite Aussie swimmers will cross the Pacific to compete in the US Open Championships starting December 1,

Suspension Of Tracy Bonner Is Over

Diver Tracy Bonner, 26, one of the USA’s top Olympic contenders, received official notification Monday that her suspension from competition is over. In August, Bonner was suspended for a year

USOC President Hybl To Step Down

By Steve Wilstein COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – The U.S. Olympic Committee will start with a clean slate of leaders at least a year before the scandal-plagued 2002 Winter Games in

Hogshead’s Testimony: Part 2 of 2

OATH members felt that the IOC-created reform process would not hear their voices, that they would again be marginalized and excluded. That is the genesis of The OATH Report. The