April 2005
Swimming World;Apr2005, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p19
This article presents a quiz related to U.S. swimmer Tracy Caulkins. The question was on the U.S. national titles and the place she finished in her very first nationals event. The answer was 32nd in the 100 meter breast at the 1975 summer nationals at the age of 12.


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