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  • Swimming for health and survival at the YMCA

    Swimming for health and survival at the YMCA
    Effortlessly the diminutive septuagenarian swooped under the lane marker with a few underwater strokes at the end of a 90-minute swim at the Hampton YMCA. Instructor Jenna Turner applauded. Ching Nguyen emerged from the pool smiling after completing...
  • Post-Tribune Boys Swimming All-Area Team

    First team 200 medley relay: Munster (Wilson Beckman, Jack Wulf, Joe Gardner, Logan Armagast). Raves: Two seniors (Beckman and Gardner) teamed with a junior (Armagast) and a sophomore (Wulf) to finish fifth at state in 1:33.48. 200 freestyle: Isaiah...
  • Evanston products compete at NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships

    Evanston products compete at NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
    Williams College swimmer Sarah Thompson, an Evanston graduate, locked up another NCAA Championship title on March 21 in the 1,650 freestyle with an NCAA Division III record time of 16 minutes, 21.44 seconds, almost four full seconds faster than the...
  • Plantation Swim team hosts championship meet

    The Plantation Swim Team, a competitive swim club in the city, finished in the top 30 in one of the more challenging tournaments of the year – the USA Speedo Championships for the Southern Sectionals. The USA Speedo Championships, which ran from...
  • Face Time with Candice Crane

    Face Time with Candice Crane
    Skokie School District 219 private voice teacher and Skokie Community Choir Director Candice Crane has lived in Skokie for 16 years. She recently answered 10 questions for the Skokie Review. Where did you grow up? Orchard Lake, Mich. Pets? A...
  • Michael Phelps projected to win two more gold medals at 2016 Olympics

    Michael Phelps projected to win two more gold medals at 2016 Olympics
    A projection system run 500 days before the start of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janiero has the world's most decorated Olympian, Michael Phelps, picking up two more gold medals in what would be his fifth trip to the Games. The projection system,...
  • Coast Guard Blue Dolphins have strong showing at Eastern Zone championship series meet | Community news

    Peyton Baldwin won two individual events and swam a leg on two winning relays to lead the Coast Guard Blue Dolphins at the Eastern Zone Southern Region Speedo Championship Series Meet that ended a four-day run Sunday in Christiansburg. Baldwin, a...
  • Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton

    Ahead of her time: Before the late Betty Mullen Brey was the mother of Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey, she was an Olympic swimmer from Lehighton
    Editor's note: In 1948, Betty Mullen was a 15-year-old Weissport resident who qualified for the Olympic swimming trails. Although she didn't qualify for the team that competed that year in London, Mullen eventually set world records and competed in the...
  • Camps offered by park district throughout Spring Break

    Camps offered by park district throughout Spring Break
    Anyone looking to give their children a taste of summer in early spring need look no further than the Deerfield Park District during spring break. The park district will offer four camps for children of various ages and interest over spring break from...
  • Tobey Maguire reels in a buyer

    Tobey Maguire reels in a buyer
    Just as Tobey Maguire's comic book character has spidery senses that kick in when danger is near, the "Spider-Man" actor may have a bit of extrasensory perception working when it comes to real estate dealings. He just sold his house in Brentwood for $10.4...
  • Sideline Chatter: They aren't exactly in a hurry to end this rivalry

    And how are those new speed-up rules working out for you, MLB? The first Yankees-Red Sox game this season took 19 innings, 15 pitching changes, 6 hours and 49 minutes to complete. And if you think those numbers look ugly now, just wait till MLB's team...