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Here are five U.S. swimmers who, along with Michael Phelps, could make a big splash at the Athens Games in 2004:
December 18, 2000 | Brian Cazeneuve
If the political waters are safe, U.S. backstroker Lenny Krayzelburg, who won three golds in Sydney, will honor his Jewish heritage by competing at the Maccabiah Games in Jerusalem beginning in July. Krayzelburg,...
October 16, 2000
While munching on liver and onions at Manhattan's Smith and Wollensky steak house, his three swimming gold medals sitting on a table between a house salad and plates of shrimp and crabmeat, Ukraine-born U.S. Olympian...
August 21, 2000 | Leigh Montville
Emigrating from the Soviet Union was one of the best things that ever happened to backstroker Lenny Krayzelburg, the U.S.'s best hope for swimming gold at the Sydney Games
August 24, 1998 | Johnette Howard
At the U.S. nationals, backstroker Lenny Krayzelburg took a backseat to no one