Swimming: One for the Old Folks

At last week's A.A.U. championship in Maumee, Ohio, the competitors were so young that in some cases the only way to tell a boy from a girl was by whether the bathing suit had a top. Seattle's Steve Krause, 15, surprised everybody including himself ("I never dreamed that I would swim that fast") when he splashed to a new world record of 16 min. 58.6 sec. in the 1,500-meter freestyle. California's Claudia Kolb, 15, won the women's 100-meter breast stroke, the 200-meter breast stroke and the 200-meter individual medley, topped it off by helping...

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