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Show's second visit to Tucson will bring millions of viewers.

  • By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

Several times I have written that it is unimaginable any small-market sports city could match or exceed Tucson’s number of four-time Olympians…

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

OMAHA, Neb. - About 30 members of Amanda Beard's family, including her toddler son Blaise, traveled to the USA Olympic swimming trials in hope…

  • MARK J. TERRILL / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

OMAHA, Neb. - Sara Borendame is six weeks away from her senior year at Ironwood Ridge High School, but age didn't matter Tuesday at the U.S. O…

  • Matthew Lechuga Arizona Daily Star

Amanda Beard broke into the Olympic scene in Atlanta, winning two individual silver medals and a gold in the 400-meter relay.

  • By Matt Lechuga, Arizona Daily Star

This continues a countdown to the July 27 start of the Olympics with Southern Arizona moments and figures from previous Games.

  • By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

Without a jersey number to identify them, most of America’s goggle-wearing, Olympic-hopeful swimmers step from the water to become as anonymou…

  • Greg Hansen Arizona Daily Star

Without her good name, her swimming medals, her endorsement income and her athletic talent, Amanda Beard's life story - perspective warning: s…

  • A.E. ARAIZA / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Former UA and Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard now lives in Tucson with her husband, photographer Sacha Brown, and their son.

  • By Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star

Without her good name, her swimming medals, her endorsement income and her athletic talent, Amanda Beard’s life story — perspective warning: s…

  • Stephanie Innes

Olympic gold medal winner Amanda Beard will talk about her book, "In The Water They Can't See You Cry: A Memoir" at an event in Tucson this af…

  • Stephanie Innes Arizona Daily Star

Olympic gold medal winner Amanda Beard will talk about her book, "In The Water They Can't See You Cry: A Memoir" at an event in Tucson next week.

  • USOC

The Olympic gold medalist is coming to Tucson to present her book.

  • MARK J. TERRILL / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2008

Amanda Beard swims in the 200-meter breaststroke, an event in which she recently placed second at the U.S. nationals.