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Sports - August 4, 2006

America's first distance darling back in pool

Olympic champion Debbie (Meyer) Weber making her Masters debut in FINA Championships at Stanford

by Rick Eymer

Debbie Weber thought she could sneak into the FINA World Masters Championships, being held beginning today and continuing through August 17 at Stanford's Avery Aquatic Center, without much fanfare. No such luck.

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