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  • 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...
  • Hoff bronzed again

    Hoff bronzed again
    Katie Hoff won her third medal of the 2008 Olympics, swimming the anchor for the United States on the 800-meter freestyle relay and helping the Americans to a third-place finish today behind Australia and China. The Americans -- who came into the event...
  • Where only swimmers' best will do

    Where only swimmers' best will do
    The home of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club doesn't look like much. Cars overflow the parking lot and spill onto the grass in the summer. Chubby-legged children and haggard parents splash haphazardly around the outdoor pool, which could belong to any...
  • Concerns on Hoff's times fair, but 2 medals not bad

    The Sun's Olympic correspondents, Rick Maese and Kevin Van Valkenburg, are blogging back and forth to each other at baltimoresun.com/olympicsblog. An excerpt: Let's get this straight: Katie Hoff's times here are not bad. Let's get this straight, too:...
  • Baltimore TV soaks up the Phelps-Hoff splash

    The hometown crowd is watching Michael Phelps and his unprecedented Olympics success in near-record numbers, making Baltimore the highest-rated TV market for this year's Games and helping WBAL, Channel 11, absolutely trounce the prime-time competition...
  • A Phelps frenzy

    Parents and children have been staying up way past their bedtimes to watch the live broadcasts of his races. Working professionals who don't normally obsess over swimming have found themselves ducking away from their desks to catch even the preliminary...
  • Today's highlights

    SEVENTH HEAVEN: Michael Phelps of Rodgers Forge could be going for his seventh gold medal, tying Mark Spitz's record for the most in a single Olympics, and his 13th medal overall. It's the finals of the 100-meter butterfly. One of his most competitive...
  • Out of gas, Hoff sinks

    Katie Hoff looked exhausted when she pulled herself out of the pool yesterday inside the Water Cube. She was the last competitor in her 800-meter freestyle heat to climb onto the pool deck, and her expression was one of weary disappointment. Hoff's...
  • Teen, Olympians cheer each other on

    The day the Olympics began, before the Opening Ceremony fireworks exploded, before the giant torch lit up the night sky and before Michael Phelps began blowing up world records right and left, 6,800 miles away, Emily Long sat down at her laptop and...
  • Phelps to rest, reinvent

    Phelps to rest, reinvent
    Michael Phelps' coach, Bob Bowman, has an expression he likes to use when his swimmers are exhausted, their muscles are burning and their painful workouts are not yet complete: Keep putting money in the bank. Sacrifice now, the phrase implies, and you'...
  • With work done, time for fun in sun

    The Sun's Olympic correspondents, Rick Maese and Kevin Van Valkenburg, are blogging to each other at baltimoresun.com/olympicsblog. An excerpt: To: Maese, et al. Subject: Katie Hoff, meet Jimmy Buffett One thing we've heard swimmers say the past few...
  • Phelps' pool plans uncertain

    Michael Phelps has backed away from a previous comment he made about purchasing a pool in Baltimore, saying at a news conference yesterday that he's not sure of his plans. Phelps, still in China after winning eight gold medals at the Olympics, said, "We'...