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July 13, 1990 | VITTORIO TAFUR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Swimmer Julie Martin, a gold medalist in the 1987 Pan American Games, was ill-prepared for what awaited her in the pool at Stanford University last spring. A pregnant woman splashed to the right, a bikini-clad woman to the left. A few lanes away, a man adjusted his snorkel. As if this group of recreational swimmers wasn't motley enough, Martin's new training partners also included one particularly overbearing lady.
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July 13, 1990 | VITTORIO TAFUR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Swimmer Julie Martin, a gold medalist in the 1987 Pan American Games, was ill-prepared for what awaited her in the pool at Stanford University last spring. A pregnant woman splashed to the right, a bikini-clad woman to the left. A few lanes away, a man adjusted his snorkel. As if this group of recreational swimmers wasn't motley enough, Martin's new training partners also included one particularly overbearing lady.
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August 12, 1987
Mike O'Brien of Costa Mesa, the 1984 Olympic 1,500 freestyle gold medalist, won the 200-meter backstroke Tuesday in the Pan American Games. His time was 2 minutes 2.29 seconds. On Monday, he was on the record-setting U.S. 800 freestyle relay team. Also Tuesday, Julie Martin of La Palma won the women's 400-meter freestyle in 4:11.87.
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December 30, 1994
Contributing to today's coverage of Orange County's financial turmoil were Times staff writers Greg Hernandez, Michael A. Hiltzik, Sheila Kern, Matt Lait, Susan Marquez Owen, Julie Marquis, Martin Miller, J.R. Moehringer, Mark I. Pinsky, Mark Platte, Lee Romney, Debora Vrana, Tracy Weber and Chris Woodyard. Also contributing were correspondents Jeff Bean, Bert Eljera, Alan Eyerly, Danielle A. Fouquette, Lynn Franey, Shelby Grad, Russ Loar, Jon Nalick, Holly J. Wagner and Lesley Wright.
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March 27, 1996
Contributing to the election coverage were Times staff writers Alan Abrahamson, John Balzar, Henry Chu, Richard Lee Colvin, Tina Daunt, Lily Dizon, Abigail Goldman, Tom Gorman, Jeff Leeds, Dave Lesher, Carlos Lozano, Davan Maharaj, Julie Marquis, Martin Miller, Jeffrey L. Rabin, David Reyes, Lisa Richardson, Lee Romney, Eric Slater, Renee Tawa and Peter M. Warren; correspondents Deborah Belgum, Alan Eyerly, Shelby Grad, Hope Hamashige, Sarah A.
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May 11, 1988
Boy and girl athletes representing each league have been nominated for the 1987-88 Orange County Athlete of the Year. The award, presented by the Orange County Athletic Directors' Assn., includes a $500 scholarship for each winner. The winners will be announced at the athletic directors' spring meeting Wednesday, May 18, at the Anaheim Stadium Club.
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March 30, 1986 | Associated Press
Dan Jorgenson of Irvine Nova and Kim Brown of Southern California scored victories in the men's and women's 1,650-yard freestyle races Saturday at the U.S. Swimming Short Course National Championships at Justus Aquatic Center. Jorgenson finished in 14:53.67 and was followed by Sean Killion of the Jersey Wahoos in 14:56.99 and Paul Robinson of the Richardson Swim team in 15:02.29.
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January 26, 1988
Seventeen Orange County swimmers competed for the Southern California Swimming All-Stars last weekend, traveling to Canada to face the British Columbia All-Star team. In the girls' 15-18 division, Julie Martin of Fullerton Aquatics won the 400-meter freestyle, the 200 butterfly and the 400 individual medley. Kristin Winn of the Mission Viejo Nadadores won the 200 individual medley and the 100 freestyle.
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