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Hackett Breaks Short-Course World Record

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – Australia’s Grant Hackett, 17, obliterated the world record in the men’s 1500m freestyle at the Australian National Short-Course Championships. Hackett’s time of 14:19.55 beat the previous mark

USA Swimming To Name Swimmer Of The Year…

Cincinnati, OH – USA Swimming will name its 1998 Swimmer of the Year, Phillips Performance Award and a new President at its annual convention, which began on Monday and continues

2008 Olympics: China Eyes It

Five years after its bitter defeat to Sydney in the race for the 2000 Olympics, China looks ready to bid for 2008. IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch has encouraged a

Thorpe Breaks Short-Course World Record

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – Australia’s Ian Thorpe broke the world record in the men’s 400m freestyle at the Australian National Short-Course Championships. Thorpe’s time of 3:39.82 beat the previous mark of

Dunn Breaks Short-Course World Record

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – Australian Matthew Dunn broke the world record in the men’s 400m individual medley at the Australian National Short-Course Championships. Dunn’s time of 4:04.24 beat the previous mark

GIRLS WATER POLO: Balance Of Power In CCS

by Keith Peters The first two years of girls’ water polo at the Central Coast Section championships saw Menlo School and Castilleja pretty much dominate the Division II level. Menlo

Androstenedione Use Alarms IOC

The IOC plans to lobby Major League Baseball and other professional sports in the United States to conform with the Olympics’ drug policy, including a ban on the dietary supplement

NCAA Water Polo Poll: Top 20

Through 10/17/98 1. USC 97 2. UC Irvine 94 3. UCLA 93 4. Stanford 87 5. Pepperdine 79 6. California 75 7. Pacific 71 8. Long Beach State 65 9.

USA Water Polo Coaches Of The Year To Be Honored

From www.uswp.org United States Water Polo’s United Airlines Coaches of the Year will participate in the United States Olympic Committee’s third annual coaching recognition program September 17-20 in Houston. USWP/United