Title IX - Title IX's Assault on Swimming by Allison Kasic...

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Title IX's Assault on Swimming by Allison Kasic August 8, 2008 Related Content Podcast Alert: Title IX June 17, 2008, 9:02am Title IX turned 36 this week June 26, 2008, 3:37pm The Right Balance with Greg Allen: Title IX Assault on Swimming August 7, 2008 As the Olympics kick off this Friday, all eyes are firmly set on one athlete: Michael Phelps. Not only does Phelps have the chance to win a record eight gold medals in a single Olympics, he is also practically assured of passing Jenny Thompson's mark of twelve career medals to become the most decorated Olympic athlete in American history. Not bad for a 23 year old. Luckily for Team USA, Phelps isn't the only star in the swimming pool. In the few events that Phelps doesn't swim, the United States will be represented by world class swimmers such as Aaron Piersol and Brendan Hansen. And, of course, the women's team has stars of its own, including Katie Hoff and Natalie Coughlin, who are expected to take home multiple medals. With Team USA poised for greatness in Beijing, one might assume that the state of swimming is strong on college campuses. After all, many of America's Olympic swimmers are either college
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2009 for the course WRT 102 taught by Professor Frost during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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