The Amy Van Dyken Page This is a page dedicated to one of my favorite athletes, Amy Van Dyken. She is an exceptional swimmer. She took home four gold medals in Atlanta. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Extractions: Get SI's 2005 NFL Team Package FREE! Subscribe to SI Give the Gift of SI THE WEB SI.com cnnWriteMenuEntries(cnnMenuEntries); var clickExpire = "-1"; By Gene Menez and Andrea Woo, with special reporting by Doug Huff Here it is: The most selective ranking in all of sports. Of the more than 38,000 high schools in the U.S., fewer than one in a thousand made SI's list honoring schools with the nation's top athletic programs. Our criteria emphasized all-around excellence during the last 10 years and included state titles won and college athletes produced. Meet the the Top 5. 1. LONG BEACH POLY Enrollment: 4,750 With apologies to USC, Long Beach Poly has the most celebrated football program in Southern California. Since 1996 Poly has gone undefeated three times and won five championships in the ferociously competitive California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section. In the school's 110-year history four-dozen grads have gone on to the NFL, including eight who were on opening week rosters in 2004. The track program is even more dominant than the football squad, with the boys' and girls' teams having won a combined seven state titles since 1997.Poly is also a powerhouse in the country club games. The boys' golf team went undefeated in the league last year, and the boys' tennis team has been to the CIF section finals two years in a row. Even the cross-country and badminton teams kick serious butt, each having won three straight league titles.
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
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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 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)
2002 NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships Download 2002 Women s NCAA swimming and diving Championships Media After breaking1996 quadruple gold medallist amy van dyken s 50 free record, 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.
Swimming And Diving Links referring to women s swimming and diving. Aileen Riggin Soule Swimmer.amy van dyken - Swimmer. Anna Kozlova - Synchronized Swimmer http://www.womenssportslink.com/Swimming_Synch_Diving.shtml
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Pan American Games - Swimming And Diving PAN AMERICAN GAMES swimming and diving. The quadrennial Pan American Games isa multi-sport amy van dyken USA Tammie Spatz USA Christina Swindle USA http://www.gbrsports.com/sport/swimpag.htm
Extractions: The quadrennial Pan American Games is a multi-sport event first held in 1951. Venues: 1951 Buenos Aires (ARG), 1955 Mexico City (MEX), 1959 Chicago (USA), 1963 São Paulo (BRA), 1967 Winnipeg (CAN), 1971 Cali (COL), 1975 Mexico City (MEX), 1979 San Juan (PUR), 1983 Caracas (VEN), 1987 Indianapolis (USA), 1991 Havana (CUB), 1995 Mar del Plata (ARG), 1999 Winnipeg (CAN), 2003 Santo Domingo (DOM). 50 Metres Freestyle GOLD SILVER BRONZE
Extractions: Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. More and more black female swimmers are making an impact in NCAA Division I swimming. The laws of science dictate that a single pebble dropped into a body of water can create a ripple with far-reaching effects. Those first ripples were created in the late 1980s, when Danielle Strader and Sybil Smith became the first African American female swimmers to make an impact at the NCAA Division I collegiate level. Those early ripples have become the start of a full-fledged tidal wave.