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  • Baltimore's other champ

    For now, Katie Hoff is content to be the other swimmer from Baltimore, the one not named Phelps, the one without the massive public relations machine and Olympic gold. What she's less satisfied with is the image from four years ago in Athens of a...
  • Does crown fit?

    On the dais, side by side, sat the king and queen of the XXIX Olympiad. His excellency, Michael. Her majesty, Dara. If there was any doubt about who had been anointed the respective titles of Golden Boy and Golden Girl of these Games, consider it gone....
  • TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

    IT BEGINS FOR PHELPS, HOFF: Swimming is one of two sports NBC insisted on having in prime time for U.S. audiences. The other was gymnastics. Michael Phelps of Rodgers Forge goes for gold medal No.1 tonight in the 400-meter individual medley between 10 and...
  • Phelps' shining win

    Phelps' shining win
    Michael Phelps didn't feel like himself Sunday morning in China. In the ready room, just a few meters from the pool inside the 11,000-seat Water Cube, he sat in silence by himself, listening to music with his head down. Something was amiss. He looked, in...
  • Medal winners

    Yesterday SWIMMING Men 400M Individual Medley GOLD-Michael Phelps, Rodgers Forge SILVER-Laszlo Cseh, Hungary BRONZE-Ryan Lochte, Daytona Beach, Fla. 400M Freestyle GOLD-Park Taehwan, South Korea SILVER-Zhang Lin, China, Hungary...
  • Hoff shows she has guts

    You can easily measure the distance between gold and silver. In heartbreaking fashion, for Katie Hoff today, it amounted to just .07 of a second. What's harder to measure is the distance Hoff traveled just to get here, to go from lying on a pool deck...
  • Phelps' Olympic quest on track

    Phelps' Olympic quest on track
    To win eight gold medals in a single Olympics, Michael Phelps not only needed to be at his personal peak for 10 days, he also needed his teammates to swim their best under intense pressure. And that exactly what happened Monday at the Water Cube. The U....
  • Phelps stands alone in Olympic history

    Phelps stands alone in Olympic history
    He was breathing hard. His muscles were screaming. His goggles were full of water and he couldn't see the walls. Michael Phelps was exhausted, and one of his competitors was closing fast. In the stands, his coach looked worried. It didn't matter....
  • Hoff looking a bit peaked

    Maybe all this simply was too much for 19-year-old Katie Hoff, even if she won't admit it. Talk of gold medals and a sack full of medals. Five individual events -- none shorter than 200 meters -- and a relay. Two finals, the 200 freestyle and 200...
  • Today’s highlights

    ALL-AROUND COMEBACK: China's Yang Wei should do well in the men's all-around gymnastics finals after a disappointing fall cost him in 2004. 8 p.m., chs. 11, 4 L.A. IN CHINA: There are a couple of Los Angeles NBA players not named Kobe in Beijing. The...
  • Looking a bit peaked

    Maybe all this simply was too much for Katie Hoff. Talk of gold medals and a sack full of medals. Five individual events - none shorter than 200 meters - and a relay. Two finals, the 200-meter freestyle and 200 individual medley, within 58 minutes of...
  • A full morning

    6:45 a.m.: In separate rooms in separate quarters of the Olympic Village, Michael Phelps and Katie Hoff wake up for the biggest, the busiest and the most demanding day either will face at the Olympics. Swimming in two finals in a single session is an...