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A golden era of Tar Heel swimming


This golden era, from the late 1970s into the early 1980s, saw UNC women's swimming and diving program flourish under the guidance of two young dynamic coaches – Jim Wood and Frank Comfort – and with them, Carolina competed, and finished, at the top of national competitions. is one of the most decorated athletes in UNC history. (UNC.edu)

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A golden era of Tar Heel swimming


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