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  • Tuesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Lafayette High graduate Colley of UNC posts two Division I-leading butterfly times

    COLLEGES: Men’s swimming: **Former Lafayette High standout Ben Colley of North Carolina posted two NCAA Division I-leading times last Friday and was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Male Swimmer of the Week. In last Friday’s win...
  • Girls Swimming: Southington's Numbers Up, So Are Victories

    Girls Swimming: Southington's Numbers Up, So Are Victories
    The Southington High girls swim team is 7-1, not surprising to coach Evan Tuttle. "I knew going into the season that we were going to have one of the stronger teams that we've been able to put together in some time," he said. Southington started 7-0...
  • Form and color meet in Matisse's joyous cutouts

    Form and color meet in Matisse's joyous cutouts
    At the end of World War II, when Europe was recovering from the onslaught, the great French artist Henri Matisse was recovering from personal battles. Matisse, then in his 70s, had endured not just the war but also two surgeries and an infection that...
  • Phelps, suspendido seis meses y apartado de los Mundiales

    Phelps, suspendido seis meses y apartado de los Mundiales
    El nadador estadounidense Michael Phelps, el deportista olímpico más laureado de la historia, ha sido sancionado por la federación de su país con seis meses de suspensión y no participar en los Mundiales de 2015, una semana después de haber sido...
  • Alyene Anderson Hays: Florida native taught botany, swimming

    Alyene Anderson Hays: Florida native taught botany, swimming
    As native to Florida as they come, Alyene Anderson Hays was a child of the Peace River, saddened by the state's environmental losses and, though enjoying only a taste of college, an enthusiastic teacher of swimming, botany and adventure. Hays died Oct....
  • Saturday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Wagner's hat trick propels Admirals in season opener CNU wins in women's soccer, field hockey

    PRO HOCKEY: **Chris Wagner scored a hat trick Saturday night as the Norfolk Admirals started their AHL season by beating the Hershey Bears 5-4 before 6,229 at Scope Arena. Wagner’s first two goals -- both in short-handed situations -- enabled...
  • Cypress Bay boys dominate county swimming championships

    Cypress Bay boys dominate county swimming championships
    It was a back and forth competition all day Saturday between Cypress Bay and St. Thomas Aquinas no matter the gender at the BCAA Swimming Championships at the Plantation Aquatic Complex. The Cypress Bay boys would end up cruising to a title by defeating...
  • Selena Gomez completes role as Tarzana home seller

    Selena Gomez completes role as Tarzana home seller
    Singer-actress Selena Gomez has sold her picture-perfect house in Tarzana for $3.45 million. The Traditional-style home is entered through a blue stone patio with a fountain. Bay windows flank the red front door, which opens to a high-ceiling entry with...
  • Latest Swimming Results (Oct. 11)

    Boys team scores 1. Boca Raton 334, 2. Jupiter 257, 3. Suncoast 241, 4. St. Andrew's 232, 5. Wellington 198, 6. Oxbridge Academy 140, 7. Park Vista 137.50, 8. Spanish River 130, 9. Dreyfoos 95, 10. American Heritage-Delray 90.50 Individual results...
  • Israeli relay sextet set world record open-water mark

    HERZLIYA Israel (Reuters) - A group of six swimmers have claimed a world record of 380 kilometers (236 miles) for open-water relay distance swimming after crossing the eastern Mediterranean from Cyprus to Israel. The Israeli team left Paphos at the...
  • Van Dyken's spirit still shines despite accident

    (Reuters) - Olympic champion swimmer Amy Van Dyken does not remember the all-terrain vehicle accident that severed her spine. Her husband sure does. "I knew she was going to be hurt," said Tom Rouen. "It was just a matter of how bad. You never think...