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Update: De Bruin To Challenge

LONDON – Olympic champion Michelle De Bruin will seek arbitration or go to court to fight accusations she manipulated a drug test, her lawyer said. FINA has determined that two

Chinese Plan More Drug Tests

BEJING, CHINA – The Chinese Swimming Association plans more drug tests and tougher sanctions to strengthen control over doping, swimming officials said. The organization will increase drug tests to 600

Misty Hyman Named Pac-10 Swimmer of the Year

WALNUT CREEK, CA – Stanford freshman Misty Hyman has been named the 1998 Pacific-10 Conference Women’s Swimmer of the Year. Hyman adds the Pac-10 honor to the NCAA Swimmer of

Coughlin Strokes To Two National High School Records

Natalie Coughlin, a 15-year-old sophomore at Carondelet High School, stroked into the history books last week when she set two national high school records while competing at the CIF/North Coast

East German Doping Trials Continue

BERLIN, GERMANY – Former Olympic swimmer Andrea Pollack-Pinsche testifying at the trial of former East German coaches and doctors accused of giving athletes anabolic steroids said she did not know

Non-Slip Touchpads

Colorado Time Systems. Inc. recently announced it has received a U.S. patent for its AquaGrip touchpads, which provides a virtually slip-free surface for competitive swimmers.