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- Mark Spitz is a useful guy to have around the house.
- Mark Spitz is a wining baby and a DORK! www.nydailynews.
- Mark Spitz was already a goD to us at swim meets.
- Mark Spitz was possibly one of the best swimmers there every was.
- In the 1988 Summer Olympics, Biondi equalled Mark Spitz as the second swimmer to win seven medals in one Games.
- After winning six gold and two bronze medals in Athens, Phelps left some people wondering why he couldn't match Mark Spitz's 1972 haul of seven golds.
- Phelps's dominance brought comparisons to former swimming great Mark Spitz,[ 40] who won seven gold medals in the 1972 Summer Olympics, a world record.
- If he keeps it up, he could be on track to match Mark Spitz's Olympic 1972 record of seven gold medals in Athens next year.
- Mark Spitz is frequently erroneously referred to as a dentist.
- Mark Spitz has been consistent in criticism of both swimming's world bodies, FINA and the IOC, in their incomplete attempts to keep drugs out of the sport.
- The documentary was narrated by Mark Spitz, who as a teenager had been coached by Ervin Z--dor.
- In 2005, Mark Spitz was chosen to be the flag bearer for the US Delegation to the 17th Maccabiah Games.
- October 8 --- Mark Spitz regains his world record in the men's 200m butterfly (long course) at a meet in West Berlin, West Germany, clocking 2:05.7.
- Phelps tied Mark Spitz's record of four gold medals won in individual events.
- That matched Mark Spitz's four solo golds in 1972.
- Phelps---s seventh gold medal of the Games tied Mark Spitz ---s record for gold medals won in a single Olympic Games, set in the 1972 Olympics.
- Mark Spitz also added three team golds as the United States won the 4x100m freestyle relay, the 4x200m relay, and the 4x100 medley relay.
- Lewis, Paavo Nurmi and Mark Spitz now share the record for most Olympic gold medals (9).
- Phelps's pursuit of Mark Spitz's record of seven swimming gold medals in one Olympics remained alive, with a little help from his mates.
- During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Phelps broke Mark Spitz ' record with eight gold medals.
- According to the Indiana University School of Dentistry, Mark Spitz was planning on attending in the fall of 1972, but instead he moved to California.
- On Aug 29, 1972, Tyler finished 5th in finals of 200 meter freestyle, missing Indiana teammate Mark Spitz' world record time by 2.18 seconds.
- Mark Spitz captured seven swimming gold medals in seven world record times at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
- Tied with Mark Spitz for most individual Olympic medals by a U.S. male swimmer.
- Mark Spitz Trivia Winner of an unprecedented 7 gold medals in swimming at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
- Alas Mark Spitz fell short in qualifying and had to settle for a whopping career total of 11 Olympic medals.
- His totals of eight Olympic medals and five gold medals have been exceeded by only Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps among American swimmers.
- In addition to current stars like Phelps and Coughlin, past attendees include everyone from Mark Spitz and Janet Evans to Carson Daly and Michael Bloomberg.
- Costas: Continuing our live conversation with Mark Spitz, who's in the states and Michael Phelps.
- Currently held records [update], Phelps is approaching Mark Spitz 's record of 33 world records (26 individual, 7 relay).
- With 32 world records (26 individual, 6 relay) as of August 2008, Phelps is approaching Mark Spitz 's record of 33 world records (26 individual, 7 relay).
- In doing so he beat the American superstars Mark Spitz and Don Schollander.
- Haines talked about two other impact sprinters, Don Schollander and Mark Spitz, both of whom he had trained.
- More, many stars from the past will be present, including Jenny Thompson, Mark Spitz, Dara Torres and Janet Evans.
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