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A Swimmer in Space

By Seth P. Bretscher SUMTER, S.C., Dec. 7. Heads-up (and I mean “waaay up”). Astronaut Joe Tanner, who competed at the U.S. Masters Swimming championships last summer along with his

Hackett, Klim Win at Melbourne World Cup

MELBOURNE, Dec 6. IT was virtually an all-Australian show on the second day of competition at the FINA World Cup 5 meet in Melbourne, Australia, the fifth stop in the

Stanford, Northwestern Announce Top Recruits

DECEMBER 5. STANFORD men's swimming head coach Skip Kenney announced today the signing of four student-athletes to the 2001-2002 Cardinal swim program. Joining Stanford next year will be swimmers Jayme

New Zealand’s Bray Cleared of Doping Charge

AUCKLAND, New Zealand. Dec. 6. NEW Zealand swimmer Trent Bray today won the fight to clear his name of doping allegations after almost a year of legal battles. The Court

LSU Signs Three Top High School Stars

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana, Dec. 6. THE LSU swimming and diving team signed three of the nation's top high school prospects on Wednesday who will begin competing for the Tigers during

FINA World Cup 5: Hackett, Klim Shine in Melbourne

By Belinda Dennett and Kurt Hanson MELBOURNE, Dec. 5. AUSTRALIAN Olympians Grant Hackett, Michael Klim and Matt Welsh turned in stellar performances on the first night of competition of the

Bowling Green Downs Butler, 63-31, 57-38

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 4. THE Bowling Green State University men's swimming team posted a 63-31 dual meet victory at Butler Monday night with four different individuals taking first place. Toledo also