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TexasSports.com duplicating American teammate lenny krayzelburg s Sydney sweep of the 100 and Adolph Kiefer became the first Longhorn swimming diving Olympic gold http://www.texassports.com/index.php?s=&url_channel_id=20&url_article_id=1717&ch
Extractions: Swimming has been included in every Games. The 1896 events were held in open water in the Bay of Zea near Faliron, whilst the 1900 events were swum with the current in the River Seine. The Butterfly stroke was permissible in Breaststroke events up to and including 1952. Between 1912 and 1928 diving events were decided by ordinals rather by points. Women's Medallists are listed on a separate page. A compilation of swimming and diving medallists in other major international events is available in the section on this site. Venues: 1896 Athens (GRE), 1900 Paris (FRA), 1904 St. Louis (USA), 1906 Athens (GRE), 1908 London (GBR), 1912 Stockholm (SWE), 1920 Antwerp (BEL), 1924 Paris (FRA), 1928 Amsterdam (NED), 1932 Los Angeles (USA), 1936 Berlin (GER), 1948 London (GBR), 1952 Helsinki (FIN), 1956 Melbourne (AUS), 1960 Rome (ITA), 1964 Tokyo (JPN), 1968 Mexico City (MEX), 1972 Munich (FRG), 1976 Montréal (CAN), 1980 Moscow (URS), 1984 Los Angeles (USA), 1988 Seoul (KOR), 1992 Barcelona (ESP), 1996 Atlanta (USA), 2000 Sydney (AUS), 2004 Athens (GRE) 50 Metres Freestyle GOLD SILVER BRONZE
Extractions: ATLANTA - With all eight Olympic medals safely put away and a slight hint of a goatee, Michael Phelps is taking on his next challenge - promoting the sport of swimming. Phelps and two teammates from the Athens Games, Lenny Krayzelburg and Ian Crocker, stopped by Atlanta on Friday to demonstrate their skills at a downtown elementary school. Sure, they're getting paid for the monthlong tour, dubbed "Disney's Swim with the Stars," but the concept is in keeping with Phelps' desire to transform swimming into more than just a once-every-four-years pastime. "I'm so thankful to have an opportunity like this," he said. "Hopefully, we can run with it." The timing is certainly right. Phelps was the biggest star in Athens, winning six golds and two bronzes to equal the record for most medals won at a single Olympics. Only 19, he has a chance to take his sport to unparalleled heights before his career is done. On the other hand, while swimming has long been one of the most popular sports at the Olympics, it's barely acknowledged by Americans in between the games.
Extractions: TOWSON, Md. - Michael Phelps isn't wasting time. He's getting ready for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. "I've already started my training schedule for the next four years," he said. Three weeks after the Athens Games, in which he won six gold medals and two bronze, the swimmer was feted in his hometown Saturday in a celebration dubbed the "Phelpstival." Asked if he would try again to match Mark Spitz's record seven gold medals, Phelps said, "I wouldn't count anything out. A lot can happen in four years." Phelps, 19, could retire from swimming tomorrow and his legacy would be secure, especially in his hometown in suburban Baltimore. "The Baltimore area has long been home to great athletes," Baltimore County Executive James Smith said. "Babe Ruth, Brooks Robinson, Johnny Unitas and Cal Ripken - and now we're adding the name of Michael Phelps." Cedar Avenue, the quiet, leafy street that's home to Towson High School, was renamed "Michael Phelps Way." Phelps graduated from the school two years ago.
Olympic Swimming Karen Allen She is focusing on swimming and diving at these Games, and she s joining us leg with Ed Moses and also on the backstroke leg with lenny krayzelburg. http://www.usatoday.com/community/chat/0920allen.htm
Extractions: var site="TXCN" var section="OLYMPICS" Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... Job Opportunities [an error occurred while processing this directive] Print E-mail Most E-mailed RSS Swimmers catch the next sports marketing wave Olympians take cue from skaters, gymnasts with touring show 02:11 AM CDT on Friday, September 17, 2004 By TOM MAURSTAD / The Dallas Morning News In a new twist on the formula, Disney's Swim with the Stars splashes down today at the Carroll school district's aquatic center in Southlake. The showcase mixes swimming with video and pop music and stars Michael Phelps and two teammates from the 2004 Games in Athens. "We're crafting something that's never been done before. It's a little cutting-edge and frightening," says Shaun Jordan, the former Olympic swimmer and Dallas native who serves as the tour's emcee. "We want to take swimming to the next level and grow swimming's fan base." "When I heard he was coming, I told my mom we had to come. I made her promise me, even if it was on a school night," says Jessica Davidson, 11, as her mom standing nearby gives a confirming nod. "I've been swimming for three years, and Michael is such a great swimmer."
Extractions: var site="TXCN" var section="OLYMPICS" Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... Job Opportunities [an error occurred while processing this directive] Print E-mail Most E-mailed RSS Finishing kick: U.S. men set world record in medley relay 08:42 PM CDT on Saturday, August 21, 2004 By RACHEL COHEN / The Dallas Morning News The United States' Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Ian Crocker and Jason Lezak shattered their world record in winning the 4x100-meter medley relay, each swimming a faster leg than he did in setting the old mark at last summer's world championships. Their time of 3 minutes, 30.68 seconds was almost a second better than the previous record and nearly three seconds ahead of runner-up Germany. A second world record fell in the relay, as Peirsol's leadoff leg broke Lenny Krayzelburg's mark for the 100 backstroke. Olympics Photos Preview Swimming Finishing kick : U.S. men set world record in medley relay Notebook: Jensen gets silver in 1,500 More swimming More Olympics "I can't tell you enough what a note this is to end on for the team," said Hansen, who joined fellow Texas-exes Peirsol and Crocker on the relay. Hansen, the world record holder in both breaststroke events, had settled for silver in the 100 and bronze in the 200. Lezak entered the 100 freestyle as the top seed but failed to reach the semifinals, then finished fifth in the 50.