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Britain's Foster Swims World-Leading 50m Free -- May 13, 2001

By Martin Petty

SHEFFIELD, England, May 13. BRITAIN's Mark Foster shot to the top of the world rankings in the 50m freestyle today, under the strangest of circumstances.

Foster’s time of 22.13 seconds - a British national record - came in a time trial at the North Eastern Counties Championships at Ponds Forge in Sheffield – the venue for many of his world record-breaking performances. Having picked up his teammate’s goggles by accident, Foster mislaid his own racing pair and in the final wore a spare set, which subsequently fell off.

Foster holds the short course world record in the 50m freestyle (22.13), but failed to qualify for the event at the British World Championship Trials last month in Manchester. Along with a number of national team swimmers, the 31 year old was invited to take part in the event to achieve the strict qualifying standards set by British Swim Chief Bill Sweetenham, the former Australian Olympic team coach.

Having already qualified to swim in the 50m butterfly in Fukuoka, Foster this morning faced the arduous task of bettering the 22.41 standard set by Sweetenham, who insisted that times equating to twelfth place in the world at the end of last year had to be achieved in order to make the British team.

However, the circumstances under which Foster achieved the time may cast doubts upon his selection for the 50m freestyle. The University of Bath swimmer now faces an anguishing wait to see if tough-talking Sweetenham will give him the nod to prepare for Japan.

Foster said, "I hope Bill Sweetenham accepts the time because I want to get back into some hard training now. That is the sort of time that could well win the World Championships and I'm really pleased with it."

Volker Posts World-Leading Times in 50 and 100 Free -- May 20, 2001

BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY, May 19. DON'T tell anybody -- especially NOT that "little Dutch girl" who romped to three golds and set three world records at last September's Olympics -- but there's a not-so-new kid on the block ready and willing to take away her mantle.

For those who thought that Holland's Inge deBruijn, winner of the 50-100 frees and 100 fly, all in world record-setting times at Sydney, was going to have another walk in the park at this summer's World Championships in Fukuoka, Fraulein Sandra Volker begs to differ.

The 27-year-old veteran German star, holder of the world record in the 50 back (28.25 from last year's German Olympic Trials), has won four events so far in this week's German Nationals (50 M)-World Championship Trials at Braunschweig, set a national record in the 50 free (24.72) and swam a world-leading 28.52 in the 50 back and 54.53 in the100 free too.

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Lenny Takes Three at Meet in B.C. -- May 28, 2001

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada. May 27. HE'S BAAAAAAcK!

Former USC NCAA champ Lenny Krayzelburg, who owns world records in the 50-100-200 meter backstrokes but hadn't swum competitively since winning a trio of gold medals at the Olympics in Sydney last September, made his 2001 debut here this weekend at the Mel Zajac Jr. Invitational.

And similar to his performance at the Big O's, Krayzelburg was nothing but golden here in his specialty, winning the 50-100-200 meter (lcm) backstrokes.

His times were hardly earth-shattering (26.46, 56.50, 2:03.08) but

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Splash T.V. to Debut on Monday; Misty Hyman Is Featured -- June 1, 2001

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co., June 1. USA SWIMMING and the Lingner Group, who produces the NCAA broadcasts for ESPN, have teamed together to produce Splash TV, the first lifestyle magazine show on swimming to debut in the United States.

The premier episode airs this Monday, June 4, at 8:30 and 11:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. In all 13 shows were produced to run this summer on Mondays on the Outdoor Life Network.

The first episode will feature 2000 Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman, who shocked the world last summer when she upset Australia's Madam Butterfly, Susie O'Neill, in the 200m butterfly in her home pool. The show will also profile Michael Phelps, the 15-year-old Olympian who became the youngest male world record-holder ever when he broke Tom Malchow's 200m butterfly mark at this year's U.S. World Championships Trials.

Also look for fun bits with retired Olympic gold medalist, BJ Bedford, and cross-training tips from Olympic Head Coach Richard Quick.

Carvin Wins Five at Speedo Grand Challenge -- May 28, 2001

IRVINE, CA., May 28. AGELESS Chad Carvin just keeps swimming -- and winning.

The 27-year-old University of Arizona graduate, who's had more ups and downs in his career than Jack Nicholson at a Laker game, was up Up UP this weekend
during the Speedo Grand Challenge Meet in Irvine's Heritage (50 M) Pool, winning the 200-400-1500 frees and both IMs as he tunes up for this summer's World Championships in Japan, where he'll swim the 400-800 frees.

In the mid-1990s Carvin was an all-world distance star for Coach Frank Busch's University of Arizona Wildcats, and

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Japanese Dominate on Final Day of East Asian Games -- May 26, 2001

OSAKA, Japan. May 26. JAPANESE swimmers took four of the six events contested on the final day of the East Asian Games in Osaka, to cap a very successful meet.

The hosts won all three women's events today, sweeping the top two spots in two of them.

In the 200m baackstroke, up-and-comer Reiko Nakamura won in a swift 2:10.99, followed exactly two seconds later by her teammate, Aya Terakawa (2:12.99). China's Zhan Shu, who was spectacular as a 13 year-old more than three years ago, then disappeared, finished third in 2:14.02.

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Malchow Makes a statement at the Domino's Classic, Clocks 1:55 -- May 20, 2001

ANN ARBOR, Mich. May 20. TOM MALCHOW has been in a bit of a funk of late -- but tonight he's a very happy camper.

Since the end of March Malchow, the Sydney gold medalist in the 200 butterfly and former world record-holder, has been stewing over his loss to super age-grouper Michael Phelps in the finals of the U.S. Nationals-World Championship Trials in Austin the end of March. Phelps didn't just beat the former Michigan All-America/NCAA champ and No. 1 globally for the past two years in that race; he also surpassed his world-record too, becoming the youngest U.S. wr-setter ever and also one of the youngest males ever in the history of the sport.

So what did Malchow do?

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Hoogie Shines in Athens: A Preview of 2004? -- May 17, 2001

ATHENS, Greece, May 17. IN what he hopes will be a preview of the 2004 Olympic Games, Holland's Pieter van den Hoogenband won three events at the 15th annual Akropolis International Long Course Swim Meet in Athens. The double Olympic champion swept to victory in the 50 (22.74), 100 (49.34) and 200m freestyle (1:47.59) events, setting meet records in all three. Hoogie holds the world record at 100 meters.

The Flying Dutchman, however, was far from the only story in the ancient Greek capital, as eight meet records and three Greek national records were established during the three-day event, May 11-13.

Aside from Hoogie's victory in the 50 free

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FLASH!: Tom Dolan Announces Comeback -- May 16, 2001

By Phillip Whitten

May 16. HE is the most dominant swimmer in his event in history, winning gold at the 1994 World Championships, the 1996 Olympics, the 1998 World Championships and the 2000 Olympics. He has held the world record in his event for 81 months, longer than anyone else in history except Hungary's Tamas Darnyi (who held it for almost 85 months).

In fact, he is the most dominant male swimmer in recent decades in any event. After the 2000 Olympics, he hung up his suit and announced he would take a year off to decide whether he wanted to continue swimming. But everyone felt he was saying good-bye to the sport.

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Lincoln, Hendrickson Take Rhode Island High School Titles -- May 11, 2001

ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 10. BETH O'Connor Baker resumed her onslaught on the Masters swimming world record book in a USA Swimming meet last weekend
hosted by the US Naval Academy in Annapolis.

Coached by John Flanagan and swimming for Curl-Burke Swim Club (CUBU), she smashed three long course world marks in her first long course outing of the season.

Baker, 40, began by slashing the 100 meter backstroke mark for women 40-44 with a 1:09.88. The old mark, held by Laura Val, was

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Irvine High Keeps on Rolling, Wins Southern Section Calif. CIF High School Div. I Titles -- May 12, 2001

BELMONT SHORES, CA., May 11 -- Back in the heyday of the Mission Viejo-Florida Aquatics cross-continent rivalry during the 1970s and '80s, FAST stars David McCagg and David Larson would sport t-shirts showing an oversized gator torching a Spanish-style building with the words "Burn Down the Mission" inscribed underneath. This was, of course, a not-so-veiled reference to Florida's desire to thwart Mission from winning yet another national team championship -- a then quixotic quest at best. These days the slogan should read: "Unhorse the Vaqueros."

For the fifth-consecutive year on the girls' side and the second on the boys', Irvine High's Vaqueros splashed to the Southern Section California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division 1 Championships at the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool today.

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Bellarmine Prep Wins 20th Straight Central Cal Boys' High School Team Title; Presentation Wins First-Ever Girls' Crown -- May 18, 2001

SANTA CLARA, CA. MEMO to Irvine High School's girls' swim team: Five-consecutive CIF Southern Section Division I Championships? Not bad, but you've got a long ways to go before you're in the same league with San Jose's Bellarmine Prep boys' team.

For the 20th-straight season Bellarmine was No. 1 in the CIF Central Coast Section (CCS) Championships at the George Haines-Santa Clara International Swimming Complex last weekend, while Presentation's girls won for their first championship.

Bellarmine racked-up 298 points to second-place Palo Alto's 262 with St. Francis (217) third.

On the girls' side, Presentation won its championship via a 311.5-255.5 triumph over Mitty with Homestead -- winners in 1991 and again last season -- third (195).

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Crescenta Valley, Damien Take Calif. High School Southern Section Div. II Crowns -- May 14, 2001

BELMONT SHORES, CA., May 12. THEY won nary a single individual race, nor any relays either, but when the splashing stopped here at the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool this afternoon, Crescenta Valley's Falcon Ladies were atop the podium in the Southern Section CIF Division II Championships.

It was the Falcon girls' first swimming title and they used their superior depth to score a 198-173 win over Peninsula with Alemany (154) third.

On the boys' side, Crescenta Valley had won the last three championships but finished third today. Damien, with 239, was the victor while Riverside Poly (183) was next and the Falcons (181) a close third.

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La Serna, Paso Robles Win CIF-Southern Section Div. III High School Titles; Cavic Posts Nation's Top 50 Free -- May 14, 2001

BELMONT SHORES, CA., May 12. WINNING must be habit-forming for the La Serna girls and Paso Robles' boys' swimming and diving teams. For the second consecutive year, both schools splashed to their respective CIF Division III team titles at the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool.

La Serna won by a 279-207 margin over Camarillo with Yucapia (182)third. Paso Robles scored 250 to outdistance Palm Desert (198) and Padadena Poly (185).

La Serna was led by soph Morgan Hentzen's wins in the 200-500 frees (1:51.75-4:56.35) and her legs on the winning 200-400 free relays. She swam third on the 200 free quartet that clocked 1:40.12, just off the meet record of 1:39.68 and was anchored by older sister Courtney; and led off the 400 free in 52.64, by far the fastest split of the meet by any swimmer. This foursome won in 3:39.02, a second-plus faster than their winning time of 3:40.13 from last season.

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Carolyn Boak Wins Ransom Arthur Award -- May 20, 2001

By Phillip Whitten

SANTA CLARA, May 19. CAROLYN Ferris Boak, 56, was named the winner of the 2001 Ransom Arthur award today at the USMS Short Course Nationals. the announcement was made by USMS President, Nancy Ridout.

The award -- the highest honor given by USMS -- is named for Dr. Ransom Arthur, regarded as the father of Masters Swimming.

Boak, a member of Los Altos (Calif.) Masters, has been active in USMS for many years, holding a variety of national and LMSC offices. As a competitor, she has consistently been among the best in her age group, establishing national and world marks in the breaststroke and individual medley.

As Carolyn Ferris, she was a standout for the powerful Arden Hills Swim Club.

She is married to Tom Boak, a former USMS president.

It's Liu on Day Two of Masters Nationals; Former Chinese Star Clocks 1:48 for 200 yard Free -- May 18, 2001

By Phillip Whitten

SANTA CLARA, Calif. May 18. LIU LIMIN, a member of the Chinese 400m medley relay team that set a world record at the World Championships in Rome in 1994 -- a time that lasted until the 2000 Sydney Olympics -- posted a near-world-class time in winning the women's 200 yard freestyle today, the second day of competition at the USMS Short Course National Championships in Santa Clara.

Liu, 25, who attended the University of Nevada, where she won several NCAA titles, is now swimming for Sierra Nevada Masters. And in her first national Masters meet she made her presence known, blasting to a 1:48.80 to win the 200 yard freestyle in the 25-29 division. It was the first sub-1:50 by a female Masters swimmer.

Liu's time broke the 25-29 standard of 1:51.35, set by Sara Shand eight years ago. Former age-group phenom, Grace Cornelius, 28, was second today in 1:54.07.

Liu's swim may have been the most outstanding swim today, but there were highlights galore. Here's an event-by-event run-down.

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Coach Yutaka Terao: A Tribute -- May 15, 2001

By Don Gambril

(The following tribute to coach Yutaka Terao, who took his life on Monday, was written for SWIMINFO by his close friend, coach Don Gambril.)

I have know Yutaka since 1969. He spent two entire years with me from 1970-'72. He drove all the way to Boston from Long Beach in an old '62 Chevy to follow me to Harvard.

Yutaka coached our age group team to help with his expenses. He was on deck every workout for the two years including all morning workouts. That meant some snowy mornings in Boston. The young age group swimmers loved him. He was not only kind, but outgoing and funny as well. He was a fine coach and his young swimmers all improved a great deal under his coaching.

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Australia Mourns Gathercole -- May 30, 2001

By Ian Hanson

SYDNEY, May 30. AUSTRALIAN Swimming is today mourning the loss of one of its greatest administrators, former Olympian, master coach and fierce anti-drugs campaigner Terry Gathercole, who died in Canberra this morning, aged 65.

Gathercole, died of a heart attack after a long illness and was surrounded by his wife Carol, son Ben and daughter Gai. His youngest son Tim will fly home from the United States to join the family in Canberra this week.

A funeral in West Wyalong and a Memorial Service at the Australan Institute of Sport in Canberra, are expected to be held next week.

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