L’Américaine Janet Evans, étoile majeure de la natation mondiale à la charnière des années 1980-1990, a été présentée par USA Swimming, la fédération de son pays, au bureau de la FINA.
Janet Evans has been nominated by USA Swimming to represent the Americas on the FINA Bureau, USA Swimming documents indicate.
There are probably 50 or more good candidates for the top 5 spots, but this is my list. As far as the elite swimmers go, here is my top five list, which includes nine swimmers.
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In many pro sports the ‘contract year’ is a well known phenomenon. Athletes in the last year of their current deal have extra motivation to perform so that their next contract will be a big one.
Manuel is the 10th Stanford Cardinal to win the award.
SwimSwam caught up with Janet Evans, John Naber, Casey Wasserman and John Mann at the 2017 Team USA Awards, where the Los Angeles 2028 Olympics were a hot topic of conversation and Katie Ledecky won Female Olympic Athlete of the Year.
Katie Ledecky won her 5th Female Athlete of the Year Golden Goggles Award.
The Los Angeles Chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE Los Angeles) announced today that Janet Evans (Olympian & LA2028 Organizing Committee), Valorie Kondos Field (Head Coach, UCLA Women’s Gymnastics), and Christine Simmons (President & Chief Operations Officer, Los Angeles Sparks) have been selected as the recipients of the 2017 WISE Los Angeles Women of Inspiration Award.
SwimSwam’s picks for each of the Golden Goggle Awards.
6TH FINA WORLD JUNIOR SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, August 23 – Monday, August 28, 2017 50-Meter Course Indianapolis (USA) Heats 9:30…
Leah Smith will be swimming in the penultimate heat of the 1500 free, rather than the “faster” heat that will swim with finals tonight. Tune in at 4:30 pm ET.
The 2017 Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of the Year, will take place at Royce Hall on UCLA’s…
This year on June 22 3-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines led the swim lesson at the Aquatica in Sea World. Olympic bronze medalist Tom Wilkens was in attendance at the event in New Jersey and Janet Evans emceed the event in Orange County. The goal is to reach out to as many people as possible to actively reduce the risk of drowning in the water.
Katie Ledecky’s 15:35.65 1500 in Santa Clara was the 5th fastest swim in history.