Stanford University Cardinal | Women's Swimming | The Official Athletic Site Stanford Cardinal Official Athletic Site complete timely coverage of all Stanford sports including football, baseball basketball. From the FANSonly network. Tara Kirk (200 breast) and jenny thompson (100 free) victorious in individual events Cardinal finishes fifth in 2004 NCAA Women's swimming and diving Championships. 3/19/04 http://www.gostanford.com/sports/w-swim/stan-w-swim-body.html
Extractions: During the Phillips 66 National Swimming Championships, August 12-17, 2002, at the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) and Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex, Jenny Thompson ceremonially placed her ten Olympic medals at ISHOF for the thousands of annual visiting aquatic enthusiasts to view. Jenny, a native of Dover, New Hampshire, attended the meet with her mother and were both pictured presenting the medals to Preston Levi, ISHOFs Henning Library director and Dr. Sam Freas, ISHOF president/CEO. Enthusiastically accepting Jennys honors on behalf of the ISHOF Board of Directors and Trustees Freas said, Were ecstatic that Jenny has chosen ISHOF, the worlds museum and Hall of Fame for swimming, diving, water polo and synchronized swimming, to house her collection of ten Olympic medals. Weve planned an impressive exhibit to highlight Jennys accomplishments and look forward to sharing it with the world. A Stanford graduate and present Columbia University medical school student, Thompson has numerous honors to her credit. She claims the most Olympic gold medals for any U.S. woman (8) and the most Olympic medals of any U.S. female swimmer; is the world record holder in the 50-meter and 100-meter fly (scm); is the American record-holder in the 100 free (lcm, scm, and scy); and has the fastest butterfly relay split in history as part of the world record-breaking 400-meter medley relay at the 2000 Olympics.
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Extractions: Table of Contents The National Collegiate Athletic Association, at its annual convention in January of 1981, voted to begin conducting national championship events for women during the 1981-82 school year. Championships in nine sports, including swimming and diving (considered a single sport), were established that year. The first National Collegiate Women's Swimming and Diving Championship was hosted by the University of Florida in March of 1982. Florida won that first meet, but since then Texas and Stanford have dominated, winning 15 of the 16 team championships between 1983 and 1998. However, the University of Georgia has won three straight team titles before the streak was broken by Auburn in 2002. Top of Page History Biography Glossaries Calendar Quotations ... Directory Year Champion (Coach) Florida (Randy Reese) Stanford (George Haines) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Texas (Mark Schubert) Texas (Mark Schubert) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Southern Cal. (Mark Schubert)
Extractions: Email: email@example.com Meet Summaries for 2003 - 2004 11/1/03 vs. Lincoln The relay team of Bethany Hugins, Eliza Reed, Joy Deal, and Molly Flavin captured the opening 200-medley relay to put the women out in front where they stayed for the remainder of the meet. Cori then took the first of her two victories capturing the 1000 freestyle in an unshaved best time of 12:15.56. Cori would come back later in the meet to lead all swimmers to the wall in the 100 butterfly with a lifetime best of 1:08.19. Later in the meet, Jenny also was able to win the 500 freestyle as well. Rounding out the double winners, Jessica Mattson captured both the 100 freestyle and breaststroke events. Principia finished off the day the way it started by taking the 200 freestyle relay.
Extractions: March 20, 1999 EVENT 15: 1,650-YARD FREESTYLE NCAA RECORD: 15:39.14 JANET EVANS STANFORD 1990 MEET RECORD: 15:39.14 JANET EVANS STANFORD 1990 US OPEN RECORD: 15:39.14 JANET EVANS STANFORD 1990 AMERICAN RECORD: 15:39.14 JANET EVANS STANFORD 1990 POOL RECORD: 16:17.39 JULIE VAROZZA GEORGIA 1997 QUALIFYING FOR THIS MEET: 16:42.04 RANK NAME YEAR TEAM TIME 1) VAROZZA, JULIE SR GEORGIA 15:59.66 ** :54.90 :57.85 :57.98 :58.29 :58.29 :58.39 :58.33 :58.12 :58.43 :58.37 :58.30 :58.38 :58.79 :59.15 :58.75 :58.62 :28.72 ** POOL RECORD: 2) KOMISARZ, RACHEL SR KENTUCKY 16:04.42 :56.05 :58.53 :58.68 :58.60 :58.80 :58.81 :58.82 :58.71 :58.59 :58.66 :58.69 :58.59 :58.67 :59.07 :58.61 :58.46 :28.08
Swimmers And Swimming Organizations SwimSport Web Magazine. thompson, jenny USA. Thorpe, Ian Australia. UK Masters swimmingPages. United States Masters swimming. USAswimmer.com. USA swimming. US diving. http://www.highwayhome.com/sports/swimming/swimming.html
Extractions: Accelerator AddLink Restaurant Chains Supermarkets ... Coffee Distributors A B C NO ENTRIES Beard, Amanda USA Carvin, Chad USA Cowley, Simon Australia D E F Davison, Michelle USA De Bruijn, Inge Netherlands De Bruin, Michelle Smith Ireland Despatie, Alexandre Canada Dolan, Tom USA Dumais, Troy USA Evans, Janet USA Famous Swimmers FINA Finswimming Australia Fraser 2000 British Columbia Canada FunkySwim G H I Gould, Shane Australia Grote, Kurt USA Gupta, Sandeep Kumar India Hackett, Grant Australia Hall Jr, Gary USA Hickman, James USA Huegill Geoff Australia International Swimming Hall of Fame J K L NO ENTRIES Kahanamoku, Duke Hawaii Kein, Jenny USA Keizer, Joris Netherlands Klim, Michael Australia Kowal, Kristy USA Kowalski, Daniel Australia Krayzelburg, Lenny USA Lewis, Hayley Australia Louganis, Greg USA M N O Malchow, Tom USA Martino, Angel USA Mingxia, Fu China New Zealand Swimmer Ocean Warriors New Zealand O'Neill, Susie Australia Open Water Marathon Swimming P Q R Perkins, Kieren
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2002 NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships Expect to continue to see great swimming tonight, and quite possibly a her eyes seton another multiple Olympic medallist s record jenny thompson s 1992 47.61 http://www.texassports.com/mainpages/wsw_ncaa/releases/032302_01.html
Extractions: After winning two titles in smashing style last night, Natalie Coughlin looks to be on fire. The CAL sophomore cruised this morning, touching in 1:53.83, nearly three full seconds off her American record in this event. Even while cruising, Coughlin's time is the 11th fastest performance ever. Coughlin should shatter her record tonight, and could quite possibly become the first woman ever under the 1:50 barrier. In a tight battle for second between AUBURN freshman Margaret Hoelzer and SMU's Alenka Kejzar. Hoelzer is the SEC champion in this event, while Kejzar finished second last night in the 400 IM. Also in the final is the bronze medallist in last nights 100, ARIZONA's Beth Botsford. After breaking 1996 quadruple gold medallist Amy Van Dyken's 50 free record, GEORGIA's Maritza Correia has her eyes set on another multiple Olympic medallist's record: Jenny Thompson's 1992 47.61 standard. Looking very smooth this morning, Correia stopped the clock in 48.22, becoming the 7th fastest performer ever. Correia's Bulldog teammate, Stafanie Williams is in second after the morning swims, touching in 48.77 to hold off two AUBURN tigers, sophomore's Rebekah Short and Eileen Coparropa. Coparropa finished 6th at last year's NCAA meet, while Short is in her first final in this event at NCAA's. Last night's 200 freestyle champion Sarah Tolar and 2000 Olympian Erin Phenix should also provide some fast times tonight.
2004 NCAA Women's Swimming Championships 2004 NCAA Women s swimming and diving Championships. Moravcova, SMU, 48.18 1996 Claudia Franco, Stanford, 49.04 1995 - jenny thompson, Stanford, 48.38 http://www.aggieathletics.com/specialsites/ncaaswimming2004/hist-ev17.php
CollegeSports.com - Swimming & Diving jenny thompson swam the butterfly leg on the secondplace BAD 400 medley relaysquad (427.43). 2004 Counsilman Classic Website. swimming diving Home. http://www.collegesports.com/sports/c-swim/stories/040404aaa.html
CollegeSports.com - Swimming & Diving jenny thompson s winning effort in the 100 fly (58.91 thompson also anchored the sixthplaceBAD team in 2004 Counsilman Classic Website. swimming diving Home. http://www.collegesports.com/sports/c-swim/stories/040304aaa.html
Extractions: Branin Natatorium, Canton Swimming and Diving Home OHSAA Home State Tournament Qualifiers NOTE: Spelling corrections must be e-mailed to Bob Goldring (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4:00 p.m. Monday, February 23. Event 4 Women 200 Yard Medley Relay DIVISION 1 Event 7 Women 200 Yard Freestyle DIVISION 1 Event 10 Women 200 Yard IM DIVISION 1 Event 13 Women 50 Yard Freestyle DIVISION 1 Event 16 Women 100 Yard Butterfly DIVISION 1 Event 22 Women 500 Yard Freestyle DIVISION 1 Event 25 Women 200 Yard Freestyle Relay DIVISION 1 Event 28 Women 100 Yard Backstroke DIVISION 1 Event 31 Women 100 Yard Breaststroke DIVISION 1 Event 34 Women 400 Yard Freestyle Relay DIVISION 1 Team Relay Seed Time 1 Centerville 3:31.72 2 Cincinnati Princeton 3:34.52 3 Cincinnati Sycamore 3:35.04 4 Rocky River Magnificat 3:35.19 5 Cincinnati Ursuline Academy 3:35.86 6 Akron Firestone 3:36.20 7 Worthington Kilbourne 3:37.74 8 Upper Arlington 3:38.30 9 Cincinnati Saint Ursula Academy 3:38.42 10 Mentor 3:39.16 11 Dublin Scioto 3:40.03 12 Westerville North 3:40.18 13 Worthington Thomas Worthington 3:40.76 14 Solon 3:40.87 15 Cincinnati Turpin 3:41.36 16 Columbus St. Francis DeSales 3:41.49 17 Cincinnati Anderson 3:41.65 18 Cincinnati Mt. Notre Dame 3:42.50 19 Dayton Carroll 3:42.65 20 Wooster 3:42.66 21 Hudson 3:43.04 22 Findlay 3:43.47 23 Toledo Notre Dame Academy 3:44.03 24 Mason 3:44.60
2003 Girls D1 State Swimming And Diving Results Miller 12 Massillon Jackson 354.75 3 15 Abbie thompson 11 Massiollon SO 3) KimberlyKern JR 4) jenny Forster FR 2003 Ohio State swimming and diving Tournament. http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/sd/girls/2003/gd1rslts03.htm
Planet Swim Latest News jenny thompson posted the fourthfastest performance ever in the 100 and the occasionseemed to spur thompson on The Indiana swimming and diving team took first http://www.planetswim.com/PSpages/news.html
Extractions: Enjoy your favorite sport HOME Swimming Waterpolo Diving ... Synchro This World has been created to provide a worldwide service to the swimming community. Please feel free to explore our Planet through any one of our different disciplines. College Prospects NEWS Today is: 1999 U.S. Open College Swimming NCAA Waterpolo Championships Malchow, Thompson break meet records (Day Three) More NEWS Day Three. Thompson makes history again (Day Two) Jenny Thompson posted the fourth-fastest performance ever in the 100-meter butterfly with a winning time of 58.36 here at the U.S. Open. In the morning prelims, Thompson broke another long-standing Mary T. Meagher record, swimming a 59.80, which dropped Meagher's 1985 meet record. Prior to finals, Meagher made a surprise appearance to give Thompson with a gift and say a few words in front of the San Antonio audience. The two superstars had never met and the occasion seemed to spur Thompson on.
2001 IHSAA Girls Swimming And Diving State Finals 2001 IHSAA Girls swimming and diving State Finals. 50 Yard Freestyle. ChampionshipFinals. 1. 25.01. 18. thompson, Rachel. 11. 26. Vonderahe, jenny. 12. Northwestern. http://www.ihsaa.org/g-swimming/0150Freestyle.htm
Extractions: 2001 IHSAA Girls Swimming and Diving State Finals 50 Yard Freestyle Championship Finals Anderson, Jenni Chesterton Robinson, Katherine South Dearborn Gill, Jenae Southridge Davison, Cara Chesterton Miller, Kenzi Seeger Miles, Katie Hamilton Southeastern Hyman, Lauren Wheeler Merek, Lauren Carmel Consolation Finals King, Sarah Lawrence Central Davenport, Megan Lawrence North Rowe, Rachel Concord Thompson, Jordan Delta Essenburg, Lynn North Central VanOsdol, Ashley Columbus North Corn, Lindsay Roncalli Fuhrmann, Jourdan Southmont Preliminaries Top eight finishers by time qualified for championship race Next eight finishers by time qualified for consolation race Robinson, Katherine South Dearborn Anderson, Jenni Chesterton Gill, Jenae Southridge Merek, Lauren Carmel Miller, Kenzi Seeger Davison, Cara Chesterton Hyman, Lauren Wheeler Miles, Katie Hamilton Southeastern Rowe, Rachel Concord Davenport, Megan Lawrence North King, Sarah Lawrence Central Fuhrmann, Jourdan Southmont Essenburg, Lynn North Central (Indpls.) VanOsdol, Ashley Columbus North Thompson, Jordan Delta Corn, Lindsay