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Topic - Aquatic Locomotion
The smallest club at Wilson High School was huddled around senior Jason Perry during an afternoon meeting in late January, listening to its leader give instructions about camera angles. The Tiger Sports Network, created by Perry just six months ago, had a busy day ahead. The four-man team would have to shoot a wrestling match and a swimming meet later that afternoon - and Perry knew exactly where he wanted each of his videographers positioned at the events.
Sarasota and Manatee counties will host the world cup finals and qualifiers in the oldest Olympic sport: the modern pentathlon.
For North Korean skiers, Sochi was a distant dream. The country didn't send a single athlete to the Winter Olympics and has never won a downhill medal. But as the rest of the world watches this year's Olympic pageant wrap up in Russia, North Koreans are flocking to the slopes of a lavish new ski resort all their own - and many have a gold medal in mind four years from now, when the winter games will be held in South Korea.
Alexander Popov believes the Winter Olympics will go down as a landmark event for Russia, and he hopes it will change outside impressions of his homeland.
Tina Maze ended her fifth race at the Sochi Olympics just like her first - slumped sitting on the snow, right hand to her forehead, masking an anguished expression.
In her carry-on bag for the trip to Russia - never under the plane with the checked luggage - or hanging in her locker at the Shayba Arena, Lyndsey Fry always keeps the jersey close by.
Ian Thorpe's management company has denied media reports the five-time Olympic swimming champion checked into a rehabilitation facility seeking treatment for depression and alcohol abuse.
Every time an Ohio State individual athlete or team wins a national title - in track, swimming, fencing, rifle, pistol or any of 24 other non-revenue sports - athletic director Gene Smith will receive a bonus of $18,000 to $36,000 under terms of the new contract extension announced earlier this week.
Arena has signed on as the new sponsor of FINA, the world governing body for swimming, diving and water polo.
IOC President Thomas Bach met Tuesday with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and said he feels "very confident" in the preparations for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Possible agenda items for the NCAA's board of directors, which meets this week in San Diego. The Leadership and Legislative Councils are expected to vote on these issues before Saturday's board meeting. The legislation would:
For the first time in over a decade, Mike Brey was back at George Washington, where he was honored at halftime of the Colonials' game against VCU on Tuesday. Despite playing only one year at the university, he will be inducted into its athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 8.
Wayne Gretzky and Luc Robitaille squinted into brilliant sunshine Monday as the 18-wheel truck carrying the NHL's portable refrigeration units pulled up to the outfield entrance to Dodger Stadium.
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Longtime Georgia swimming coach Jack Bauerle will not be with the team for its meet against North Carolina State while the school conducts an academic review of sophomore Chase Kalisz.