UIL Swimming/Diving Records UIL State swimming and diving Tournament Records 24.18. dara torres. Los Angeles Westlake, CA (1985) http://www.uil.utexas.edu/ath/records/swim.html
Extractions: (Through The 2000-01 School Year) 200-Yard Medley Relay Spring Branch Memorial Churchill (San Antonio) Memorial (Houston) Memorial (Houston) Memorial (Houston) Bellaire (Houston) Clear Lake (League City) Richardson High Richardson High Memorial (Houston) Memorial (Houston) Westchester (Houston) Stratford (Houston) Churchill (San Antonio) Clear Lake (League City) Memorial (Houston) Houston (Cypress Creek) Temple Houston (Cypress Creek) San Antonio (Churchill) Plano Plano Plano Spring (Westfield) Humble (Kingwood) Houston (Cypress Creek) Houston (Cypress Creek) Conroe (The Woodlands) Conroe (The Woodlands) Conroe (The Woodlands) Cedar Park San Antonio (Churchill) Conroe Oak Ridge Katy Taylor 200 Yard Freestyle Doug Meaden, Spring Branch Memorial Dick Worrel, Alamo Heights (San Antonio) Fred LeMaistre, McCallum (Austin) Mark Beasley, Memorial (Houston) Scott MacDonald, White (Dallas) Duncan Hawthorne, Lee (Houston) David Varner, Spring Woods (Houston) David Varner, Spring Woods (Houston)
Sydney 2000 - Swimming, Synchronised Swimming, Diving All swimming, Synchronised swimming and diving medal results from Sydney 2000. 1 819 medal winners from Sydney are on the CDROM. swimming. 50m Freestyle Therese Alshammar. SWE. dara torres . http://www.scrambled-card.com/oly2000/sydney06.htm
Extractions: Full details, including all 1,819 medal winners from Sydney are on the CD-ROM SWIMMING 50m Freestyle Anthony Ervin / Gary Hall Jr. USA Pieter van den Hoogenband HOL Men 100m Freestyle Pieter van den Hoogenband HOL Aleksandr Popov RUS Gary Hall Jr. USA 200m Freestyle Pieter van den Hoogenband HOL Ian Thorpe AUS Massimiliano Rosolino ITA 400m Freestyle Ian Thorpe AUS Massimiliano Rosolino ITA Klete Keller USA 1500m Freestyle Grant Hackett AUS Kieren Perkins AUS Chris Thompson USA 100m Backstroke Lenny Krayzelburg USA Matthew Welsh AUS Stev Theloke GER 200m Backstroke Lenny Krayzelburg USA Aaron Peirsol USA Matthew Welsh AUS 100m Breaststroke Domenico Fioravanti ITA Ed Moses USA Roman Sloudnov RUS 200m Breaststroke Domenico Fioravanti ITA Terence Parkin RSA Davide Rummolo ITA 100m Butterfly Lars Frølander SWE Michael Klim AUS Geoff Huegill AUS 200m Butterfly Tom Malchow USA Denys Sylant'yev UKR Justin Norris USA 200m Individual Medley Massimiliano Rosolino ITA Tom Dolan USA Tom Wilkens USA 400m Individual Medley Tom Dolan USA Erik Vendt USA Curtis Myden CAN 4x100m Freestyle Relay AUSTRALIA AUS UNITED STATES USA BRAZIL BRA 4x200m Freestyle Relay AUSTRALIA AUS UNITED STATES USA NETHERLANDS HOL 4x100m Medley Relay UNITED STATES USA AUSTRALIA AUS GERMANY GER Women 50m Freestyle Inge de Bruijn HOL Therese Alshammar SWE Dara Torres USA 100m Freestyle Inge de Bruijn HOL Therese Alshammar SWE Dara Torres USA 200m Freestyle Susan O'Neill AUS Martina Moravkova SVK Claudia Poll CRC 400m Freestyle Brooke Bennett USA Diana Munz USA Claudia Poll CRC 800m Freestyle Brooke Bennett
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)
Sports, Water Sports, Swimming And Diving, Athletes torres, dara (1); van den Hoogenband, Pieter (3); Van Dyken, Amy (1). Profile ofthis brazilian diver, including titles and swimming and diving links.. http://www.klevze.si/browse/Sports/Water_Sports/Swimming_and_Diving/Athletes/
Extractions: Search: Web Directory Daily News PHP Manuals mySQL Manuals ... Svenska Browsing Sports, Water Sports, Swimming and Diving, Athletes Category See also: This category in other languages: German Profile of this brazilian diver, including titles and swimming and diving links.. Official site with biography, rankings photographs, articles, contact information, accomplishments, goals, and sponsors.. Contains biographical information, a photograph, and career highlights.. Brief biographical profile of the only diver, along with Greg Louganis, ever to have won three world championships.. Provides a listing of goals and past achievements, a question and answer session, press releases, and pictures of the oldest prospective participant in the United States Olympic Swimming Trials.. Couto, Abilio
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Planet Swim Latest News dara torres and Sabir Muhammad bested two starstudded 50-meter freestyle fieldsto end a fast night of swimming. The Indiana swimming and diving team took 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.
FINA OIympic News diving. awarded 48 among men and 49 among women (one extra medal due to the tie forthird place between dara torres and Jenny swimming Results Final Stories. http://www.fina.org/Olympic_FINADailyNews8.html
Extractions: /* Static Top Menu Script By Constantin Kuznetsov Jr. (GoldenFox@bigfoot.com) Featured on Dynamicdrive.com For full source code and installation instructions to this script, visit Dynamicdrive.com */ SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES GENERAL SWIMMING WATER POLO DIVING ... SCHEDULE BY EVENTS FINA OLYMPIC DAILY COMMENTAR IES AQUATICS VENUES BIOGRAPHIES WORLD RECORDS FINA PRESS RELEASES SYDNEY 2000 CONTACTS Aquatics Lynne Bates Competition Manager SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES FINA OLYMPIC DAILY COMMENTARIES DAY 8 DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 ... DAY 7 DAY 8 DAY 9 DAY 10 DAY 11 DAY 12 ... Back to FINA Olympic Daily Commentaries FINA DAY COMMENTARY - SEPTEM BER AS WORLD RECORD CONTINUE TO TUMBLE FAMILY VALUES EMERGE On the eigth and last day the swimming Olympic programme on Saturday, Dutch swimmer Inge de Bruijn comfortably won her third individual gold medal in the 50-metre freestyle. Earlier in the meet she won both the 100-metre freestyle and butterfly. In each of the three events she set a world record, improving her previous world marks set earlier this year. With three golds, one silver in the 4X100 freestyle relay, and three world records, De Bruijn, 27, was undoubtetly the best female swimmer of the Games, while her fellow countryman Pieter van den Hoogenbandtwo golds (100 and 200 free), two bronzes (50 free and 4X200 freestyle relay), and three world records (100 free and twice 200 free)was certainly the best male swimmer of the Games. The Royal Pair, as they were nicknamed, put the Netherlands in third place in the country medal count, behind the superpowers, the United States and Australia, and ahead of Italy.
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Extractions: AUBURN SWIMMING AND DIVING SWEEP FLORIDA Jan. 25, 2002 GAINESVILLE, Fla. In their final dual meet of the season, the No. 2 Auburn men and the No. 4 Auburn women defeated No. 14 and No. 8 Florida keeping both Tigers season records perfect heading into the Southeastern Conference Championships. The AU women defeated the Florida Gators 130.5 - 110.5 and the men captured a 153-90 win over the Gators. ''Overall, I was very pleased with the womens performance,'' head coach David Marsh said. ''Heather Kemp has made substantial improvements and our sprints are really coming around. I think that with Becky (Short) and Eileen (Coparropa) are a 1-2 punch not just at dual meets, but at the NCAA level as well. ''The men were kind of hot and cold tonight. I was pleased overall, but we relaxed in some races. The IMers were key tonight going 1-2-3 and the distance free is really leading the way for us. Kirk Hampleman has been a consistent senior leader and I really think our 400 free relay tonight was impressive. It was the best in-season time in six or seven years.'' The women started off strong taking first and second in the 400-yard medley relay with the team of Kirsty Coventry, Laura Swander, Demerae Christianson and Cassidy Maxwell taking first, with Auburns fastest time of the year (3:42.74), and Taylor Spivey, Kelly Jones, Margaret Hoelzer and Eileen Coparropa finishing second (3:44.88).