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1999 Pan Pacific Championships: Day 3

LENNY K SMASHES 100 BACK WR!!; “THORPEDO” DOES IT AGAIN! By Stephen J. Thomas The media keep asking the swimmers, what they think of the Sydney Olympic pool? And the

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 5

3 WORLD RECORDS IN THE MILE AT MASTERS NATIONALS By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – The USMS National Long Course Championships ended today as they began four days earlier–with a

Jeff Rouse Weds

1992 and ’96 Olympic gold medalist Jeff Rouse, 28, whose world record in the 100m backstroke was broken earlier this week by Lenny Krayzelburg, was married on August 14 to

Nall Returns To North Baltimore

Anita Nall, a 1992 Olympic gold, silver and bronze medalist, has decided to leave Arizona State University, where she is a senior, to train under her former coach, Murray Stephens

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 4

NOCHMAN, DURSTON ROCK AT MASTERS NATIONALS By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Seventy-five year-old Lois Nochman and 85-year-old Jean Durston led the way with two world Masters records apiece on

1999 Pan Pacific Championships: Day 2

THOMPSON BREAKS MARY T’s WORLD RECORD!; HEYNS AND THORPE ALSO BREAK WR’S By Stephen J. Thomas Most of us were expecting to wait until the evening finals to see the

US Swimmers Win First Golds Of Pan Pacs

US pair Erica Rose and Klete Keller have given the Americans a golden start to the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships by taking the 5km open water double in Victoria. The

1999 Pan Pacific Championships: Day 1

THORPE SLASHES PERKINS’ 400 FREE WORLD RECORD BY ALMOST TWO SECONDS By Stephen J. Thomas The Sunday morning heats here in Sydney attracted the largest crowd ever to a heat

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 3

GROSELLE, HANSEN SHINE ON A STAR-STUDDED DAY By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Fifteen more world and 23 American records fell on the third day of the U.S. Masters Swimming

1999 USMS Long Course Championships: Day 2

18 WORLD MASTERS MARKS TUMBLE AT MASTERS NATIONALS By Phillip Whitten Minneapolis, MN – Eighteen more world Masters record were washed away today, along with 26 U.S. national marks, at