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  • From the archive: Towson's chance to cheer Olympians Phelps, Hoff

    <i>From the archive</i>: Towson's chance to cheer Olympians Phelps, Hoff
    It is the ultimate revenge for any kid who has been ridiculed for the way he looks, the ultimate fantasy. He triumphs over adversity. He grows up. He works hard. He excels. He wins international recognition. He attains great wealth. He is cheered by...
  • Harford's sporting distinction

    Harford County is known for suburban sprawl, military munitions and hand-carved ducks. Today it will earn the distinction as home to the youngest athlete competing at the Olympic Games. Again. When Bel Air resident Kimmie Meissner takes the ice today...
  • With gold, Phelps starts strong

    With gold, Phelps starts strong
    As Michael Phelps prepared to warm up in the practice pool at the Olympic Aquatic Centre yesterday morning, Elvis Presley blared on a nearby loudspeaker. The King asked for "a little less conversation" and a "little more action," and the much-hyped...
  • Phelps' 1st real Athens dip dripping with anticipation

    While Baltimore sleeps, Michael Phelps will begin his quest to make Olympic history. The first swimming final at the Athens Olympics for both men and women is the 400-meter individual medley, a one-day, two-round test where Phelps and Katie Hoff, another...
  • Clara Smiddy: Broward girls Swimmer of the Year

    Clara Smiddy: Broward girls Swimmer of the Year
    It's been a whirlwind of a year for Clara Smiddy. She capped her senior year with the South Florida Heat with two state championships and a state record. Smiddy, the Sun Sentinel Swimmer of the Year, won the 200-yard IM and 100-yard backstroke at the...
  • Jamie Donaldson holds three-stroke lead in Nedbank Challenge

    Jamie Donaldson kept his three-shot lead through the third round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City, South Africa. The Welshman had six birdies and a bogey in a five-under 67 to stay ahead of American Ryan Moore and Denmark's Thomas Bjorn....
  • Franklin, Ledecky hit jackpot - but may not collect

    Franklin, Ledecky hit jackpot - but may not collect
    A gold for Missy Franklin in the 200-meter backstroke? And for Katie Ledecky in the 800-meter freestyle? You could have taken that to the bank before each swam those events at the World Swimming Championships Saturday in Barcelona. But they can&...
  • Olympic Trials: How athletes with Peninsula connections have fared

    Here's a look at how swimmers with Peninsula ties have fared: Former Williamsburg resident Katie Hoff, struggling with an intestinal virus that left her unable to eat much, finished 20th in the 200 free prelims and failed to qualify for semis. Her time...
  • Saucon Valley presents 'Anything Goes'

    Saucon Valley presents 'Anything Goes'
    Saucon Valley High School preesnts "Anything Goes" Feb. 28- March 3. Producer Sal Ritz says this year's show brings a whole new production team to Saucon Valley. Ritz and production designer Beth Jensen still remain, but added to the team are...
  • Pan Pac swimming update: Aaron Peirsol, Katie Hoff fail to get out of heats

     
    Aaron Peirsol and Katie Hoff fell victim to the unforgiving format of the Pac Pacific Championships and did not advance out of the preliminary session on Friday morning in Irvine. Peirsol was the third-fastest American in the 200-meter backstroke, and.......
  • Pan Pac update: Katie Hoff makes worlds in 400 freestyle

     
    So what if Katie Hoff found out she was on the World Championship team in the 400-meter freestyle by land, not by water? Hoff had to sit by and watch two agonizing heats of the 400 freestyle on Friday night......
  • Peirsol competes in national championships

    Newport Harbor High alumnus Aaron Peirsol is one of more than 30 U.S. Olympians expected to compete at the USA Swimming National Championships at Irvine High on Aug. 3-7. Peirsol is looking to defend his 200-meter and 400-meter backstroke titles, which...