Quality Counts

Ingram, Ann
August 2002
Swimming World & Junior Swimmer;Aug2002, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p19
Features the high school team swimming champions Akron Firestone's boys and Irvine High School's girls in the U.S. Victory of Akron over Saint Xavier High School; Aim of the Irvine girls to break the medley relay record; Swimmers of the teams.


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