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Sun StaffSYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan will be in the stands at the International Aquatic Centre tomorrow, cheering on American teammates who can make him an Olympic gold medalist. Hannan swam the butterfly leg for the United States in the preliminaries of the...
Tags: Chelsea Clinton, Trials, Death, Awards and Prizes
Sun StaffSYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan doesn't mind being a long shot at the Olympics. He knows the drill, because that's the role he took to the U.S. trials. A 1998 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, Hannan went to the swim trials in Indianapolis...
Tags: Trials, 2016 Olympic Games, Family, Multi-Sport Events, Swimming
Sun StaffSYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan had some work to do to get into the Olympic final of the 100-meter butterfly and earn a berth on the United States' 400 medley relay team. Third in his heat, Hannan was 11th fastest among the 62 men who competed in the...
Sun StaffATHENS - Being a fan never felt so good. As much as he has come to loom over the sport of swimming, Michael Phelps wants to be one of the guys on the American team. As much as he is motivated by the slightest of slights, Phelps calmed his competitiveness...
Sun StaffJohn Moorhead knows exactly what happens when federal regulators shut down a university's human subject research - a lot of work and a lot of headaches. An associate dean for research affairs at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Moorhead...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The famously informal, backslapping style that President Bush brought to Washington is being well-received in the midst of tragedy. As they recover from the shock of the terrorist attacks Sept. 11 and brace for war, many Americans say they...
Sun StaffOne in a series of occasional articles on Michael Phelps and his path to the 2004 Olympics. It has been a historic year for Michael Phelps. The payoff for his accomplishments is evidence of how hard it is to make a living in swimming. The 18-year-old...
Sun StaffLONG BEACH, Calif. - Two months ago in Silicon Valley, Michael Phelps had a screw-up that would have been a major scandal on a bigger stage. Phelps didn't see the revised preliminary sheets for the final day of the Santa Clara (Calif.) International....
Sun ReporterWhen one of the country's top experts in prescription economics set out to help his mother choose one of the new drug discount cards, it should have been a piece of cake. But Stephen W. Schondelmeyer spent 45 minutes trolling a Medicare Web site to...
Sun StaffKeith Booth reached for the oversized plaque yesterday and raised it above his head. The sellout crowd of 14,500 erupted. It was the last home game for the University of Maryland's Terrapins, and a moment for basketball fans and players to savor, one of...
Miami HeraldLegendary choreographer George Balanchine once said, "ballet is woman," and that seems to be the case, considering the scarcity of boys aspiring to become ballet dancers compared to the legions of girls. But of the girls who grow up to become top dancers,...
Austin American-StatesmanLook around the next time you line up for a race or log miles on a trail: Recreational running -- in Austin and around the country -- draws a predominantly white crowd. On a recent Saturday morning, though, one boisterous group was doing its best to...
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