WESTBROOK, MAINE > OPEN-WATER SWIMMING
Gallant-Charette, a 60-year-old grandmother and nurse, became the oldest American woman to swim the English Channel, finishing in 15 hours and 57 minutes last month. It was her third attempt since 2008 to swim the 21 miles from Dover, England, to Cap Gris-Nez, France; factoring in currents, she covered a distance of 28 miles. Next month she will attempt to become the oldest woman in the world to swim California's 21-mile San Pedro Channel.
CHANTILLY, VA. > ROWING
Price, a 45-year-old IT consultant and president of the Washington, D.C.--based Potomac Boat Club, won gold in all six events that he entered at the Masters national championships on the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City last month. His crew's wins helped his club, founded in 1869, win the men's team trophy for most overall points (360.5) for the first time in the organization's history. Price, a native of Windsor, N.Y., rowed at Syracuse University from 1984 to '88.
CORALVILLE, IOWA > SOFTBALL
AMANA, IOWA > SOFTBALL
Fran and Caitlin, seniors at Clear Creek Amana High, led the Clippers to a 43--2 record and the state title and were named Iowa's Class 3A players of the year. Fran batted .609 with 87 runs, 54 RBIs, 15 doubles, 13 triples, 12 homers and 52 stolen bases in 52 attempts. Caitlin batted .625 with 64 runs, 85 RBIs, 24 doubles, five triples and nine homers.