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August 9, 1985 | Associated Press
Stefan Caron of France won the men's 100-meter freestyle at the European Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday, the first gold medal for France in this event since 1970. Meanwhile, East Germany continued to dominate, winning four of six events and finishing second in two. Caron, 18, won in 50.20 seconds, beating 1980 world and Olympic champion Joerg Woithe of East Germany, who finished in 50.38.
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May 20, 1990 | DANA HADDAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The events and the years change, but the results are always the same for USDHS's Alison Terry. In every individual event she has entered in the San Diego Section swimming finals, she has not only won but set a record. Terry, a junior, went into Saturday's swimming and diving championships at Mt. Carmel High having already set section marks in four events, two as a freshman and two as a sophomore.
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March 27, 2007 | Lisa Dillman
1_Michigan Men: It seems to be all or nothing with these guys. Almost three days into the meet and Michael Phelps seems to be his usual self, one gold medal in a relay on the first night and the fastest-qualifying time in morning preliminaries of the 200 butterfly today. But Klete Keller failed to advance out of the morning heats in his two individual races, the 400 freestyle and the 200 freestyle and suggested that the coaches should pull him from the upcoming 800 freestyle relay.
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February 25, 1990 | IAN JAQUISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Stanford women's swim team continued to dominate the Pacific 10 women's swimming and diving championships, winning five of seven events Saturday night at East Los Angeles College. Stanford extended its lead over California to 1,160-858. UCLA is third at 782 points, followed by Arizona State with 700. USC is fifth with 569.
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September 5, 1994 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When swimming's World Championships begin today, the soup du jour is expected to be turtle. Just as China's famous track coach, Ma Junren, has credited that concoction with assisting in the training of his women athletes, expect his nautical counterpart, Chen Yun Peng, to do the same. Also, expect coaches from other countries to suggest that the Chinese women are taking something more illicit with their soup.
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August 21, 1991 | From Associated Press
After shattering his world record in a 100-meter breaststroke preliminary at the European Swimming Championships, Norbert Rozsa of Hungary came back to win the final of the event Tuesday. Rozsa swam the distance in 1:01.29 in the preliminaries, then came back to clock 1:01.49 in the championship race after a slow start. "I wasn't expecting the record in the morning heat, but I did want to break it in the final. I was delayed by 0.
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August 25, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Nils Rudolph of Germany broke the European record in the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 22.33 seconds in the European Swimming Championships at Athens.
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May 6, 1995
At the State men's swimming championships: Golden West 371, Cuesta 284, Palomar 281--Golden West opened up its lead after two days with top-three finishes in five of eight events Friday. Rafael Guijarro won the 200 freestyle in 1:40.94 for the Rustlers. At the State women's swimming championships: Orange Coast leads--Erin Snow finished second in the 50 backstroke as Orange Coast scored 215 points to take the lead going into the last day of the championships. Snow's time, 28.
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August 15, 1996
Jennifer Parmenter of Granada Hills won the women's 400-meter individual medley Wednesday at the Phillips 66 national swimming championships in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Parmenter, who will be a sophomore at L.A. Baptist, won her third national title with a time of 4:43.48. Ryan Duncan of Simi Valley finished fifth in the men's 400 individual medley. Baseball Chris Zavatsky was named pitching coach at College of the Canyons by Coach Len Mohney. Contributing: Dana Haddad, Bryan Rodgers.
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