Extractions: keywords = "broadway, hotels, theater, restaurants"; var google_contents = "broadway,hotels,theater,restaurants"; var google_contents = "Top,News,Sports,Olympics+2004,Synchronized+Swimming,athletic+clothing,athletic+gear,athletic+wear,college+football+jerseys,football+jerseys,jets+tickets,mlb+merchandise,nba+tickets,new+york+knicks+tickets,new+york+mets+tickets,new+york+rangers+tickets,nfl+tickets,nhl+tickets,sports+apparel,sports+autographs,sports+equipment,sports+memorabilia,sports+tickets,super+bowl+tickets,world+series+tickets,yankees+tickets"; on error resume next var gotFlash gotFlash = False gotFlash = IsObject(CreateObject("ShockwaveFlash.ShockwaveFlash.6")) NYTimes Home Site Index Archive Help ... Register Now It's Free! Go to a Section Arts Automobiles Books Business Campaign 2004 Cartoons Corrections Crossword/Games Editorials/Op-Ed Education Health International Job Market Learning Network Magazine Movies Multimedia/Photos NYC Guide NYT Front Page National New York Region Obituaries Olympics Readers' Opinions Real Estate Science Sports Technology The Public Editor Theater Travel Washington Weather Week in Review Services Search: Olympics Sports All of NYTimes.com
San Diego - Imperial Swimming LSC Articles about the greatest swimmers of all time. USA olympics The official USAolympic site with olympic history, schedules and rules. http://www.si-swimming.com/links.htm
Extractions: Home Teams Meets Results ... USA Swimming (USS) One of the best swimming sites on the web with United States swimming news, extensive club links, and calendars. American Swimming Coaches Association A coaches organization website with good amounts of coaching information, including resources (books, videos, etc) and training equipment catalogs. Federation Internationale de Nation Amateur (FINA) The international organization that oversees all aquatics (swimming, diving, water polo, and synchronized swimming). U.S. Masters Swimming (USMS) The official USMS homepage has information on Masters programs across the country, with lots of information on training and technique. San Diego Masters Swimming Information on local Masters swimming programs, workout locations, and upcoming events. USA Swimming - Link City The NCAA Championships website with information on all sports including swimming championships from last year and schedules for this year. International Swimming Hall of Fame A great site for swimming history. Articles about the greatest swimmers of all time.
Kiat.net: Sydney 2000 - Swimming Fioravanti (ITA) became the 1st man in olympic history to win both men s breaststroke Final day of olympic swimming final WR tally = 15!!! and 25 ORs. http://www.kiat.net/olympics/sydney2000/swimming.html
Extractions: Four swimming finals daily for 8 days in a row, and FIVE world records on Day 1. Michael Klim swims fastest 100m in history leading Australia to the gold medal for the 4x100m relay beating the USA to silver. USA loses the relay for the first time in history. Ian "Thorpe-do" wins 2 gold medals and Jenny Thompson wins her 6th gold medal in the 4 x 100m relay. SEPT 17 THREE more world records. Dutch Inge de Bruijn bettered her own WR in the 100m Butterfly and Tom Dolan sets WR in the 400m IM as he praises the "world record" Games pool in a 1-2 USA finish. Brooke (USA) adds the 400m FS crown to her 800m FS gold in Atlanta '96 in a 1-2 USA finish. Italy wins men's 100m BrS. USA has 3 of 8 golds so far and 9 medals against the Aussie's 2. SEPT 18
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Awesome Library - Health_PE Canoeing, synchronized swimming, Archery, Equestrian, and Water Polo. 804 history - 70 Years of Olympics history for the USA (Washington Post) http://www.awesomelibrary.org/Classroom/Health_PE/Sports/Olympics.html
Opera Directory swimming synchronized swimming Table Tennis Tennis Highlights of olympichistory with stories about olympic medal winners and their http://portal.opera.com/directory/?cat=414
Lincoln Northeast Swimming And Diving The official USA olympic site with olympic history, schedules and rules. A great site for swimming history. Articles about the greatest swimmers of all http://lne.lps.org/athletics/swim/links.htm
Extractions: T he haunt of nose clips, glitter, hair gel, make-up, beaming smiles and legs worthy of the catwalk, synchronised swimming, for women only, has endured much taunting and teasing over the years. Yet the protagonists are capable of holding their breath while performing their sport for long periods of time and count themselves among those at the Games with the most efficient cardio-vascular systems. Now confined to the fairer sex, synchronised swimming began with men in the 19th century, when it was known by various names including water ballet, figure swimming and ornamental swimming. Male actors staged the first recorded synchronised swimming contest in Berlin in 1891. Anette Kellerman, an Australian swimmer, stole the men's thunder, however, when she performed in a glass tank in New York in 1907. Ever since, synchro has been synonymous with women.
Extractions: Read today's paper Sign in Register Go to: Guardian Unlimited home UK news World news Newsblog Archive search Arts Books Business EducationGuardian.co.uk Film Football Jobs MediaGuardian.co.uk Money The Observer Politics Science Shopping SocietyGuardian.co.uk Sport Talk Technology Travel Been there Audio Email services Special reports The Guardian The northerner The wrap Advertising guide Crossword Soulmates dating Headline service Syndication services Events / offers Help / contacts Feedback Information GNL press office Living our values Newsroom Reader Offers Style guide Travel offers TV listings Weather Web guides Working at GNL Guardian Weekly Money Observer Public Home UK news International Politics ... Blog Britannia ruled the waves all right, or at least we did until the solitary appearance of motor boating at the Games. Rome, the original choice for 1908, had gone into a suitable panic following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, so London stepped in to host the event, bringing some brand new sea toys along for the party. There were three categories - the eight-metre, 60-foot and open class - and average speeds were almost funereal, hovering around the underwhelming 19mph mark. To make matters even less appealing, virtually no one could see the action, which took place off Southampton. Lousy British weather meant six out of the nine scheduled races were cancelled. A first-rate flop all round, then, and never to be repeated.
Olympics: Athens 2004 Summer olympics history. olympic Athletes AZ Through The Years Crosswordolympic Legends 18 Down Swimmer Biondi at the olympic in the 1988 Seoul http://www.infoplease.com/spot/04olympics.html
Extractions: Home of Olympic Champions we train novices to olympians Home Our Coaches Our Teams Slideshow ... What is Synchro History Calendar Events Summer Camp Summer Trainee ... Press Release In 1968 Sue Ahlf started the Walnut Creek Aquanuts (WCA) with 2 swimmers, one her daughter Gail, and began a legacy of excellence. Today a much larger Aquanuts are 12-time National Champions with over 200 national and world titles, consistently placing on U.S. National Teams and U.S. Olympic Training Squads. 2000 Olympians
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS Synchronised swimming emerged as an exhibition sport at the olympic Games from1948 to 1968, then debuted as a full medal sport in Los Angeles in 1984. http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/disciplines_uk.asp?DiscCode=SY
Extractions: Radio Prague - the international service of Czech Radio Text only version 26-9-2005, 12:16 UTC News Previous Archive Daily news sent to you by e-mail ... Czechs in History Czech Music Encore Magic Carpet Czech Science Czechs Today ... ICE - Insight Central Europe Events and Projects Virtual Tour of Kromeriz Castles of the Czech republic Uherske Hradiste Summer Film School Karlovy Vary International Film Festival ... Archive About Radio Prague How to listen to RP Radio Prague on FM Confirmation of Reception Staff ... Czech Radio history About the Czech Republic The Czech Republic in dates History in a nutshell The Czech Republic through Children's Eyes Virtual Cemetery ... Heart of Europe Magazine Useful Information Czech Centres Residence Permits Czech Links Home in the Czech Republic - Advice for Living in CZ ... Archive Panorama Our weekly foray into all things Czech; from cultural and artistic trends to social phenomena. [12-05-2005] By Jaroslava Halkova Listen 16kb/s 32kb/s Synchronized swimming used to be a female sport only. Thin, fit, sporty girls disappear under water only to reappear with the next loud beat and spin with the tips of their toes pointing to the heavens. It's an impressive and tough sport - gymnastics in water. Just a few years ago the idea of a male team of synchronized swimmers would have caused a good few smirks, but today they have their very own international championship. It doesn't yet have hard-and-fast rules and only very few teams take part, but one of them is from the Czech Republic. The Czech team, calling themselves "Krasoplavci" - which roughly translates as figure or beauty swimmers are the first and so far the only team here.
Extractions: FOR THE RECORD: 1996 OLYMPIC GAMES: gold (team); 1991 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: gold (team); 1994 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: gold (solo, duet, team, figures); 1991 PAN AMERICAN GAMES: gold (solo); 1995 PAN AMERICAN GAMES: gold (solo, duet, team, figures); V, VI, VII FINA WORLD CUPS: 9 gold (solo, duet, figures 1993-1995, team 1991, 1993, 1995); 1995 FINA PRIZE recipient; Swimming Worlds World Synchronized Swimmer of the Year: 1993, 1994, 1995. Never beaten in FINA competition 1993-1997. Becky Dyroen-Lancer may very well be the most dominant synchronized swimmer of all time. She is certainly one of the most decorated synchronized swimmers in history. Through hard work, concentration, and faith in God, she rose from an age group swimmer to World and Olympic Champion. At age five, doctors repaired a hole in Beckys heart. But it did not stop her, and at age nine, the San Jose, California native splashed into a sport in which she was to reign for many years. She was a Santa Clara Aquamaid from the beginning and with Coach Chris Carver she never looked back. She became a national team member in 1988, and just three years later she began to stamp her mark in synchronized swimming history. At the 1991 Pan American Games in Havana, Becky won as solo champion. She was solo, duet and team champion at the French Open and team champion at the V FINA World Cup, Mallorca Open, and at the Perth World Championships. In 1992, she was the silver medalist at the U.S. Nationals and U.S. Olympic Trials, and gold medalist at the Swiss Open in solo, duet, team and figures.
Station #14: USC Olympic History USC University Park Community history Stations McDonald s Swim Stadium Builton campus for the 1984 olympic Games. Dean Cromwell http://www.usc.edu/dept/CCR/theme/14.html
Extractions: USC's first Olympian If institutions could win medals for their contributions to the Olympic Games, USC would have the gold locked up. The university's participation in the Olympics dates back to 1904, when Emil Breitkreutz became the first USC student to compete in the Olympic Games and brought home a bronze medal in the 800 meters. Two Olympiads later, in 1912, the same year Los Angeles Times columnist Owen Bird nicknamed USC's athletic teams the Trojans, USC freshman Fred Kelly won the university's first gold medal, for the 110-meter high hurdles, and launched an unprecedented winning streak for USC. At least one USC athlete has come home with a gold medal in virtually every Olympiad since, and USC claims more Olympians than any other university in the country.
Synchronised Swimming The official website of the ATHENS 2004 olympic Games Games of the XXVIII Home Schedule - Results Synchronised swimming. Synchronised swimming http://www.athens2004.com/en/resultsSynchronised_Swimming/results?rsc=SY0000000