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
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Extractions: Women's swimming and diving events were first included on the Olympic programme in 1912. 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. Men'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: 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: 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 had won three straight team titles before the streak was broken by Auburn in 2002. Top of Page History My Blog Biography Glossaries Calendar ... 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)
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Extractions: Aquatics Water Polo Womens water polo was one of the new events at the Sydney Games. When one plays water polo, the players are prohibited from touching the bottom or side of the pool. There are four seven-minute quarters, and water polo players may swim up to five kilometers in a single game. One must have the endurance and technique of a wonderful swimmer, a football players skill in passing, dribbling and shooting for a goal, and a rugby players strength to battle for the ball. Water polo started as the aquatic version of rugby. It began in the mid-1800s in England, before it started evolving into an aquatic resemblance of football (soccer). It had become so popular in Europe and North America, that it became an Olympic sport in the Olympic Games in Paris. Tall and long-armed athletes excel in this sport because 85 percent of the body is under water. The body is also about 85 percent submerged with all of the grabbing, holding, kicking, wrestling, and yanking of bathing suits, which makes the game even tougher. Only eight teams qualify in the womens division, while twelve teams compete in the mens division at the Olympic Games.
Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Sailing Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases One of the most respected names in swimming throughout the world, six-time Olympic coach Richard Quick begins his 17th year at the helm of the Stanford women's swimming and diving program in 2004-05. Quick has won a total of 12 NCAA team titles during his 28-year collegiate coaching career, the most in the history of Division I coaching. Quick has built his reputation as one of the top coaches not only in the nation but on the entire planet with three head coaching assignments at the Olympic Games (1988, '96, 2000), as well as three assistant coaching tours of duty (1984, '92, 2004) at the Olympics. Quick assumed the head coaching reigns at Stanford from George Haines in August of 1988 and guided his first Cardinal team to a national championship the following March, marking only the second national swimming crown in school history at that point. Quick's Stanford teams have won seven NCAA championships, including six in the past 13 seasons, while finishing lower than fifth just once and never lower than sixth in his 16-year tenure. His other national titles at Stanford were captured with five in a row from 1992-96 and another in 1998. In the nine seasons under Quick in which Stanford has not claimed the national title, the Cardinal has placed either second (1990, '91, '97, '99, 2001) or third (2000, '02) at the NCAA Championships seven times. Stanford finished third or better for 22 consecutive years at the NCAA's and nationally for 27 straight seasons (previously AIWA) before placing sixth in 2003 and fifth in 2004.