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Davis Pitches

Josh Davis, 3-time gold medalist at the 1996 Olympics, keeps piling up the endorsements. Davis recently signed a multi-year contract with Lifeline Industries of Laguna Hills, CA. Lifeline manufactures several

Mike Heath

Swimming World recently learned that Sherri Heath, wife of 1984 Olympic gold medalist Mike Heath, gave birth to son, Grady William, on May 6, 1997.

Howdy, Naber

1976 Olympic legend, John Naber who hasn’t swum since…well, 1976 will be back in action at the Phoenix Grand Prix in May. John will lead off the Masters 40+ 200

Schneider Fesses Up

Petra Schneider, who won Olympic gold in 1980 and held the world record in the 400m IM for 15 years (until it was broken last October by China’s Chen Yan),

Burkot Retires

Sid Burkot, head coach of the Retriever Aquatic Club is stepping down to concentrate fully on his college swim teams (UMBC). Scott Ward of The Eagle Swim Team has been

Maglischo Retires

Ernie Maglischo has stepped down as coach of the Arizona State University men’s swim team. Maglischo, author of the technical books, Swimming Fast and Swimming Even Faster, guided the Sun

British Swimmer Tests Positive

Michael Fibbens, the British short-course record holder over 100 meters freestyle, has been temporarily suspended from swimming after testing positive for a banned stimulant. The A sample of the test,

National Collegiate Women’s Water Polo Poll

From www.uswp.org Collegiate III Poll Week 1 1. University of Redlands 2. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges 3. University of California, Santa Cruz 4. Occidental College 5. Wellesley College 6. Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 7.