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December 25, 1987 | ANN KILLION, Times Staff Writer
Tiffany Cohen is home for the holidays. She is sleeping late, catching up with her friends and hanging around her mother's house in El Toro. Nothing too exciting. Just the routine post-finals behavior of thousands of college seniors home for the holidays. And Cohen is thrilled. "I want to just be a normal person," she said. "To have my own, new identity instead of being Tiffany Cohen, the swimmer."
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December 25, 1987 | ANN KILLION, Times Staff Writer
Tiffany Cohen is home for the holidays. She is sleeping late, catching up with her friends and hanging around her mother's house in El Toro. Nothing too exciting. Just the routine post-finals behavior of thousands of college seniors home for the holidays. And Cohen is thrilled. "I want to just be a normal person," she said. "To have my own, new identity instead of being Tiffany Cohen, the swimmer."
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December 18, 1987
Tiffany Cohen, 21, of El Toro, a senior at the University of Texas, who won the 400- and 800- meter freestyle races in the 1984 Olympic Games, said she is retiring from competitive swimming because of a "classic case of burnout."
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December 18, 1987
Tiffany Cohen, 21, of El Toro, a senior at the University of Texas, who won the 400- and 800- meter freestyle races in the 1984 Olympic Games, said she is retiring from competitive swimming because of a "classic case of burnout."
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March 24, 1985 | Associated Press
Tiffany Cohen set an NCAA record in the 1,650-yard freestyle Saturday night as Texas posted a commanding victory in the NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championship. Cohen swam the 1,650 freestyle in 15 minutes 53.85 seconds to break the previous NCAA record of 15:58.52 set in 1981 by Kim Linehan, also of Texas. The NCAA record was the second for Cohen in the three-day championship. On Thursday night, she set an NCAA mark of 4:37.
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April 7, 1985 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
After Texas won the NCAA women's swimming title two weeks ago, several of the team's members chose to skip the National Short-Course Swimming Championships at East Los Angeles College. Tiffany Cohen was not among them. Cohen, swimming this week for the Mission Viejo Nadadores, won the 1,650-yard women's freestyle Saturday night to become the meet's high-point winner.
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August 6, 1986 | United Press International
Tiffany Cohen and Rick Carey, two 1984 Olympic Gold Medal winners who won't be going to the World Championships in Spain next week, scored impressive victories Tuesday night at the U.S. Swimming Championships. Cohen made it two victories in as many tries when she took the 200-meter butterfly in 2:12.66. Carey, who declined to try for a spot on the World Championships team because of career commitments, won the men's 200-meter backstroke in 2:02.06.
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January 11, 1985 | Associated Press
Olympic gold medalist Tiffany Cohen of Mission Viejo, Calif., won the 500-meter freestyle Thursday as the University of Texas took the first-day lead over USC in the second annual Longhorn Invitational at the Texas Swimming Center. Texas, the defending NCAA national women's swimming and diving champion, won eight of 10 individual events to earn 455 points to 439.5 for the Trojans, who won the meet last year.
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August 6, 1986 | United Press International
Tiffany Cohen and Rick Carey, two 1984 Olympic Gold Medal winners who won't be going to the World Championships in Spain next week, scored impressive victories Tuesday night at the U.S. Swimming Championships. Cohen made it two victories in as many tries when she took the 200-meter butterfly in 2:12.66. Carey, who declined to try for a spot on the World Championships team because of career commitments, won the men's 200-meter backstroke in 2:02.06.
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April 7, 1985 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
After Texas won the NCAA women's swimming title two weeks ago, several of the team's members chose to skip the National Short-Course Swimming Championships at East Los Angeles College. Tiffany Cohen was not among them. Cohen, swimming this week for the Mission Viejo Nadadores, won the 1,650-yard women's freestyle Saturday night to become the meet's high-point winner.
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March 24, 1985 | Associated Press
Tiffany Cohen set an NCAA record in the 1,650-yard freestyle Saturday night as Texas posted a commanding victory in the NCAA Division I Women's Swimming and Diving Championship. Cohen swam the 1,650 freestyle in 15 minutes 53.85 seconds to break the previous NCAA record of 15:58.52 set in 1981 by Kim Linehan, also of Texas. The NCAA record was the second for Cohen in the three-day championship. On Thursday night, she set an NCAA mark of 4:37.
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January 17, 1989
Janet Evans of Placentia, winner of three gold medals in swimming in the Seoul Olympics, broke the U.S. record for the 1,650-yard freestyle in a qualifying meet at Long Beach Monday. Evans' time of 15 minutes 44.98 seconds broke a 6-year-old record set by Tiffany Cohen, according to Raymond Gould, spokesman for Southern California Swimming, a subsidiary of United States Swimming. Cohen was clocked at 15:46.54 on April 9, 1983.
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March 16, 1990 | From Associated Press
Stanford's Janet Evans broke Tracy Caulkins' 11-year-old American record in the 500-yard freestyle, and Leigh Ann Fetter of Texas became the first woman to break 22 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle, at the NCAA women's swimming and diving championships Thursday. Second-ranked Texas led all teams after the first day of the three-day championships with 203 points. Top-ranked Stanford is second with 177 and Florida has 122.
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