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Story courtesy of Matt Higgins – Assistant Executive Director of the MIAC ST. PETER, Minn. – To see her swim, one would never guess that Gustavus Adolphus College senior Anna Eames was born with a disability. Eames has been a valued contributor to each of the Gusties’ last three Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) women’s [...]
Story courtesy of Matt Thomas – Media Relations Manager Gustavus senior swimmer Anna Eames captured a silver medal in London at the Paralympic Games on Monday, Sept. 3, in the 4×100 meter freestyle relay event. It’s Eames’ third Paralympic medal of her career as she adds this silver medal to gold and bronze medals that [...]
Gustavus Adolphus swimmer Anna Eames has been featured by Star Tribune staff writer Craig Malveaux in a piece entitled Anna Eames: Strokes of pluck. Anna, a to-be senior and native of Hopkins, Minn., will attempt to defend her 2008 gold medal in the 100 butterfly at the 2012 Paralympic Games set to begin with the opening [...]
(080908) -- BEIJING, Sept. 8, 2008 (Xinhua) -- Anna Eames of the United States competes during the S10 final of women's 100m butterfly of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing, Sept. 8, 2008. She won the gold medal of the event with 1 min 09.44 seconds. (Xinhua/Ding Xu) (txy) [...]
The 2012 MIAC Swimming and Diving Champion Gustavus Adolphus College Golden Gusties Minneapolis - With 254 points in the final day of competition at the 2012 MIAC Swimming and Diving Championships, the Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team did it. The Gusties captured their third-consecutive MIAC Championship after compiling a total of 687 points over [...]
We’re off and running (well, swimming)! The pool doors opened up and all athletes were quick to get their warm up in. There is a definite excitement in the pool area. All teams know the scores are at zero and anything is possible. Coming out in the first session is important as it tends to set a [...]
The Gustavus women’s swimming and diving team dropped its first MIAC dual meet of the season by the score of 156-138 to St. Olaf on Saturday afternoon in Northfield, Minn. The Oles won 11-of-16 events, as Gustavus registered 27 top three finishes.