Botsford solidifies Olympic chances Baltimore swimmer 2nd in 100 backstroke
Nall finishes strong fourth Short of Olympic berth, it lifts her hopes for 200
Error sinks medal hope Minor turn violation disqualifies Quance from her best event; Had won 400 IM by 4 seconds; Local swimmer Metzler almost sure Olympian
N. Baltimore club's Metzler lapping up renewed hope Extra work, Quance ruling improve Olympic chances
On the last lap Fourth Olympic bid: At 26, Michelle Griglione looks to put an exclamation point on her swimming career by making the Olympics.
Atlanta may be too far Nall '92 champion faces long odds in bid for Olympic swim team; Illnesses have taken toll; Breaststroker says, 'I think I'm optimistic'
Warfield scores big for Morgan but that's almost secondary
Swimming is going round and round over drug cases Foschi's fate still unclear after Riley's slap on wrist; OLYMPICS
Tuck's 'Walked on Water': puzzles of emptiness
Leppo Nichols to be inducted into Messiah's Hall of Honor
Stinging sensations take aquarium stage Jellyfish: The mesmerizing "phantoms of the deep" are the stars of a $500,000 exhibit that opens Saturday at the aquarium.
Loyola's Owens hangs in as coaches come and go
Member of international body criticizes lifting Foschi's ban
Johnson wins 400 in year's best time Achon's final kick steals show, mile at Mobil
Diving right in, off the Florida Keys Scuba: In the clear, warn water, novice and experienced divers can practice technique and enjoy the strange world under the sea.
FINA member criticizes lifting Foschi's ban
Youth organization seeks girls who want to form soccer team
Loyola breaks seven records to claim title McDonogh puts the heat on regular-season champs; Swimming
Fallston defends Harford boys title, ends Bel Air's dominance overall
L. Clifton boys and Western really dominate City competition Both teams win six of 11 events but no overall title
Bel Air claims Harford Co. girls crown
Unbeaten Notre Dame Prep claims Catholic League title
NDP decisively captures title in front of Seton Keough
A pool of youthful talent Aquatic training: The Baltimore City Swim Club is one of the largest predominantly African- American programs in the nation.
St. Frances grad Dixon earns 2nd player of the week award
Duo pools talents at Bel Air Still friends: Dan Machovec and Jeff Warwick, both with unbeaten records, have respect for each other's ability.
Lucien gets the point at UMBC
Swimmers get an opportunity to showcase their ability Championships scheduled for middle, high schoolers
Sink (shots) or swim Meghann Donovan: The Seton Keough senior is excelling in two sports at once as a member of two swim teams and one basketball team.
Annapolis girls break record in long medley County relays run for fun without pressure
Glenelg's Tvarkunas sets vaulting record
Loyola keeps its distance to beat Calvert Hall
Destination RIO Brazil city has risks but also rewards; Sinister side: Rio has its share of crime, but with the proper amount of caution and common sense, your visit will be trouble-free.
SHINING THROUGH HIS SCARS Triumphant spirit: From the fire two years ago, through a dozen surgeries, to "my beautiful face," Paul Terrell confronts a life shaped by loss -- and by strengh.
WMC women face double test
Storm raises heat for Mercy-IND game High schools notebook
Coach lauds Va. swimmer Grannell
Pool is back, Severna Park happy Aquatic center reopens for good in January for swim team, public
Indoor swimming pool opens today in old Severna Park YMCA
For Steinheim, Wesley, one for books
Winde Surhoff stands at head of latest Hall of Fame class Evening Sun, writer also inducted at luncheon
Stevens has eyes for Shepherd records
Green Terror women start on roll Marshall leading men
G. Jacobs Jr., 26, Navy seaman, salesman
Loyola's Doyle excels on field, in classroom
Victims of pool accident will be memorialized Scholarship, ball field to honor mother, son from New Windsor area
Stroking a setup for a busy Clark
Andrews, Pastrana, Taylor, Lentz, Boyd form Class of '95 Hall of Fame induction is set for Oct. 26
A cat, a snake, a varmint and eight dogs
Storms bring dangerous energy to surf