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1999 World University Games: Day 3

PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain – The U.S. Swim Team won three more medals, including one gold, at the World University Games. The U.S. has won 14 medals, including nine golds,

1999 World University Games: Day 2

From www.usa-swimming.org PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain – The U.S. Swim Team team went six for six in the medal count, including five golds, on the second night of competition at

NCAA Transactions

Gregg Petcoff has been named head women’s swim coach at Saint Francis (Pennsylvania). Petcoff spent the past two seasons as an assistant at Iowa. Southern California chose Hongping Li as

1999 World University Games: Day 1

PALMA DE MALLORCA, Spain – The U.S. Swim Team captured three gold and two bronze medals on the opening day of competition at the World University Games in Palma de

Lake Del Valle Aqua Challenge

The Lake Del Valle Aqua Challenge will take place on Saturday, July 24, at Lake Del Valle, located off Mines Road, Livermore. This exciting swim competition will test the swimming

World, U.S. Masters Records Set At IGLA Meet

Seventeen USMS and seven world Masters records (short course meters) were set at the International Gay and Lesbian Aquatic Championships, held recently at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta,

Thompson Shines At Santa Clara

Jenny Thompson won three events to highlight last weekend’s Santa Clara International Meet in Santa Clara, CA. Thompson took the 100m freestyle in 55.45, the 200m freestyle in 2:00.49, and

Japanese Set 6 National Marks

By Josh Jeffrey Six new national marks were set at the Japanese Nationals held in Tokyo, June 10-13. The Japanese women especially made huge breakthroughs and have established themselves as

Top Times

Inge DeBruijn’s time of 24.88 in the 50m freestyle is a new European record. Alexander Popov’s times of 22.06 and 49.26 in the 50 and 100m freestyle, respectively, are both