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- A world record was worth an additional $1,500.[ 101] The United States responded to the propaganda pressure of the Soviet Union.
- The world record was the second in two days: on Saturday, Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe set the mark in the 200-meter backstroke.
- The world record is currently held by Michael Johnson, with a time of 43.18 seconds.
- The world record was the third in five Olympic events at the Utah Oval, a high-altitude rink that is considered the fastest in the world.
- The world record was broken twice in the semifinals of the men's 100m freestyle Wednesday.
- The German beat Phelps in the same event at the world championships in Rome in August and took away his world record.
- He came sixth in the World Championships in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in the 200 m backstroke, behind East Germany 's Roland Matthes, who set a world record.
- Hoff doesn't think she'll swim her signature event, the 400 IM, which represents her other world record.
- But Davis, world record holder in the 1,000, wanted to focus on his signature event.
- In her senior debute, she set the world record of short program in 2007 World Figure Skating Championship and end up with bronze medal.
- She was well outside her world record in the 100 m breaststroke, finishing with the bronze medal.
- It was a big weekend for our local ties, with a bronze medal, a gold medal, and a world record among the achievements.
- Rebecca Adlington of Great Britain wins gold and registers a new world record in the women's 800 m freestyle at 08:14.10.
- In the Women's 800m Freestyle final, Rebecca Adlington of Great Britain broke the oldest world record left in swimming.
- Ramenofsky set the world record for the 400-Meter freestyle three times in 1964, including the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, lowering the mark to 4:39.5.
- Australia's newest golden girl Stephanie Rice claimed her second world record at the Olympic swimming trials.
- After briefly holding the world record, McGregory failed to even qualify for the Olympics.
- One day removed from her world record, McGregory couldn't make the Olympic team.
- Excerpt Dan Jansen is best known for winning a gold medal and setting a world record in the 1,000 meters, his final Olympic speedskating race.
- The relay team also set a world record in winning the gold medal.
- Despite not defending the gold medal, the team posted a national record of 3min35.05, faster than the then world record time they swam to win gold in Athens.
- Beijing - Rebecca Soni of the United States won the women’s 200m breaststroke with a new a world record.
- Rebecca Soni gave the U.S. women's swim team a much-needed boost, setting a world record in the 200 breaststroke with an upset of Australia's Leisel Jones.
- Soni smashed the world record in the women's 200 breaststroke for her first Olympic gold medal.
- Soni broke the world record in the 200m breast, and defeated heavy favorite Leisel Jones of Australia to win her first gold.
- Soni caused a huge upset on day seven, when she won gold in the Women's 200m Breaststroke from world record holder and hot favorite Australian Leisel Jones.
- At the 1982 world championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador, he set his first world record while winning the gold medal in the 200-metre breaststroke.
- By age 17, Spitz broke his first world record with a time of 4 minutes, 10.6 seconds in the 400-meter freestyle.
- He set his first world record on June 22, 1921, in Stockholm by running the 10,000 meters in 30 minutes, 40.2 seconds.
- Coventry was again beaten by Stephanie Rice in the 200 m individual medley, despite swimming under the old world record.
- Coventry, swimming from lane one, won the silver medal in a time of 4:29.89, also under Katie Hoff's (USA) old world record time.
- Coventry did defend her Olympic title in the 200 m backstroke, winning gold in a world record time of 2:05.24.
- Kosuke Kitajima of Japan finished the race in first place in a time of 58.91 and wins the gold medal and set a new World Record.
- Hansen, the world record holder in the 200-meter breaststroke, was bested by Kosuke Kitajima of Japan, whose time of 2:09.44 set a new Olympic record.
- In the month leading up to the Athens Olympics, Jones set a world record (2:22.96) in the 200 m breaststroke in a meet in Brisbane, Australia.
- In 2004 Rooney won a gold medal in world record time at the Athens Olympics in the Women's 4 x 100 metre Medley Relay.
- He is the current world record holder in 100 m freestyle swimming (47.84s).
- She is currently the world record holder for the 400 m freestyle and 200 m freestyle swimming.
- She also holds the world record 50 metres freestyle (short course) in 23.58 seconds, since November 17, 2007.
- Brendan Hansen bio Hansen holds the world record in the 100m breast and won a gold, silver and bronze in Athens.
- She won four medals, including two gold, a silver, a bronze, topped off with a World Record in the 4*100 M Medley Relay.
- Australia's Stephanie Rice set her own world record in winning the women's 400 IM, taking gold to the bronze of Towson, Md., product Katie Hoff.
- His 200m freestyle race was a world record at 1:46.69, which stood for ten years until broken by Grant Hackett of Australia in Brisbane, 1999.
- First, Michael Phelps kept on target for a sweep of eight gold medals by shattering another world record to win the Men's 200m Freestyle final.
- Michael Phelps broke the world record for total number of Gold Medals achieved by one man at an Olympic Games.
- She won three Olympic gold medals, one silver, and two bronze, and she established a world record in the heptathlon.
- Together with Stephanie Rice, Bronte Barratt and Kylie Palmer the world record was broken by 5.78 seconds.
- Stephanie Rice (AUS) dropped 2.5sec off her best to set a world record of 2:08.92 in March.
- In her Olympic debut, Stephanie Rice shattered the world record in the 400m IM to win gold in 4:29.45.
- In short course she is also part of the Dutch team who holds the 4x200 m freestyle relay world record.
- She also broke the 4x100 m freestyle relay world record, together with Inge Dekker, Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Femke Heemskerk, and winning the gold medal.
- They set a world record in the 4x200 m freestyle relay with a time of 7:03.24.
- Bolt, who holds the world record (9.58) was second with a time of 9.97.
- Bolt became the first man to break the world record in both the 100 and 200 at the same Olympics.
- Bolt wowed the entire world by slowing up to celebrate during the 100M sprint and still easily breaking the world record by hundredths of a second.
- Inge de Bruijn swims the 50m freestyle in 24.48s, setting a new the world record at the Dutch Olympic Trials.
- Inge de Bruijn (born 24 August 1973) is a Dutch former swimmer, and a four-time Olympic champion and world record holder.
- Veldhuis anchored the Netherlands to a world record in the 4x100 freestyle relay last Tuesday and won the 100 freestyle on Thursday.
- Last week, Veldhuis anchored the Netherlands team that set a world record in the 400 freestyle relay.
- At half distance Veldhuis was under world record pace and the second world record of the week is under threat in tonight's semi-finals.
- Hoelzer is the current world record holder in the event with her time of 2:06.09 from the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials.
- It was the second time this year that the former teammates exchanged the world record as Hoelzer broke Coventry's world record at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
- Hoelzer was in second place through the first 100 meters, but took over the lead following the halfway point en route to her first world record.
- In the process, they gave everybody the time to shoot for, eclipsing by 0.23 of a second the world record with a clocking of 3 minutes 12.23 seconds.
- Only a week later, Haile broke the world record in 10K by clocking a new speed of 26:43.53 in a race in Hengelo, Holland.
- 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.
- In women's 58kg division, Chen Yanqing rewrote three world records, and Mu Shuangshuang set the world record in the snatch in the superweight category.
- In August 2008, Bolt won three gold medals at the Olympic Games, breaking the world record for each event in the process.
- But Koss shined at the Games, setting a world record in the 5000m, and winning one of his three gold medals in Norway.
- At the 1972 Summer Olympics, in Munich, Gould won three gold medals, setting a world record in each race.
- She set an American record in the 200 freestyle, but Federica Pellegrini of Italy set a world record and Hoff came in fourth.
- Klochkova set a world record at Sydney in the 400 IM, but Hoff is a real up-and-comer who swims for the same club as Phelps, North Baltimore.
- So before the 400 IM finals, Phelps and Hoff agreed to a friendly wager on the pool deck: $20 went to whomever got closer to their world record.
- Burckle combined with Allison Schmitt, Natalie Coughlin and Hoff to break the world record in the relay.
- In the women's 100m breaststroke semis, Coventry had 58.77 seconds to break the world record of 58.97 set by Natalie Coughlin at the US trials last month.
- Natalie Coughlin won the race as she reset her world record to 58.97.
- Libby Trickett of Australia, the world champion who owns the world record of 52.88, was sixth (53.99).
- Australia's relay women -- Emily Seebohm, Leisel Jones, Jess Schipper and Libby Trickett -- took the gold with a world record of 3:52.69.
- Soni shock: Leisel Jones is beaten for first place and loses her world record to American Rebecca Soni.
- The team, consisting of Games heroes Sophie Edington, Leisel Jones, Jessicah Schipper and Lisbeth Lenton set the world record time of 3.56.30.
- Lenny did not swim in the final, but was awarded a gold medal as the U.S.A took first place and smashed the world record.
- In the final, she set a new World Record of 11.08 to become the first woman to retain the Olympic 100 m title.
- Soni set a new world record in the women's 200 metres breaststroke with a time of two minutes 20.22 seconds in the final.
- In the heats, Amaury Leveaux of France broke the Olympic record, while the world record fell to Australian Eamon Sullivan in the final.
- Durack set a new world record in the heats of the 100 m freestyle.
- A big favourite was his compatriot Don Lippincott, who had set a World Record of 10,6 in the heats.
- Phelps broke his first world record on July 22 in the semifinals for the 200 m butterfly.
- Won an incredible seven gold medals at Munich in 1972 and set a world record in all seven events (3 relays, 2 in freestyles, and 2 in butterfly).
- He broke Denis Pankratov 's world record in the 200 m butterfly in 2000.
- Phelps held the world record in the 100 fly until getting upset by Crocker at last summer's world championships in Barcelona.
- Crocker and the American medley team went on to win the event in world record time, so Crocker finally got his gold medal.
- Crocker, the world record holder in the 100-meter butterfly, finished just behind Michael Phelps in that event Sunday night.
- The world record, also set at Sydney, is 24.13 seconds by Inge de Bruijn of the Netherlands.
- Trickett powered her way to the gold medal in 56.73 seconds, just 0.12 outside the world record of 56.61 set by Inge de Bruijn at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
- The world record for the event (56.61) was set by Inge De Bruijn of the Netherlands in 2000.
- There she swum another world record in the 4x50 m freestyle Short course together with Hinkelien Schreuder, Inge Dekker and Marleen Veldhuis.
- Again alongside Inge Dekker, Femke Heemskerk and Marleen Veldhuis in a time of 3:33.76 just outside of their own world record.
- Marleen Veldhuis of the Netherlands finished second in 53.70 after leading the field at the turn under world record pace and Steffen was third in 53.74.
- Lezak won gold in the 4X 100 freestyle relay and his team set a new world record.
- Bernard, who entered the race as the world record holder in the 100 freestyle, swam the anchor leg in 46.73 seconds --.67 seconds slower than Lezak.
- Later Eamon Sullivan of Australia bested this and set a new world record as the lead-off swimmer in the final.
- The world record, set last month by Eamon Sullivan of Australia, stands at 21.56.
- Eamon Sullivan of Australia set a time of 47.24 in the first leg, a new World Record.
- He also played an important role in helping the American team win a gold medal in the 4x100 m relay with a new world record of 3:33.73.
- The American team had previously broken the world record during the qualifying heats, setting at 3:12.23.
- The Aussies led from start to finish, setting another world record and achieving every boy's dream of winning gold for Australia.
- Libby Trickett of Australia just missed another world record in the women's 100 butterfly, winning gold with a time of 56.73.
- Spitz entered seven events at the 1972 Munich Games, winning gold and breaking the world record in all seven of them.
- Donovan Bailey of Canada wins the men's 100 m, setting a new World Record of 9.84 seconds at that time.
- Today, Donovan Bailey still holds the Olympic Record for the 100 metres, and the World Record for the 50 metres.
- Donovan Bailey - Runner, Olympic gold medallist and former world record holder.
- Persistent rain in Sheffield hurt Gay's hopes of beating the world record of 9.77 seconds, which is jointly held by Asafa Powell and Justin Gatlin.
- Jamaicans Usain Bolt, who set the world record in New York this spring, and Asafa Powell are the other top gold medal contenders.
- The current world record of 9.77 seconds is shared by Asafa Powell of Jamaica and Justin Gatlin of the United States.
- He edged out his main rival Brendan Hansen who finished disappointing fourth while Kitajima won the gold medal and set the new world record.
- Gold medal and new world record for the USA team (Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker and Lezak).
- In the finals at the Beijing Olympics, Peirsol won the gold medal in the 100 meter backstroke with a world record of 52.54.
- Peirsol broke the previous world record of 1:53.94 set by Ryan Lochte in winning gold at the Beijing Olympics last August.
- Ian Thorpe of Australia holds the world record of 3:40.08.
- Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Bill Kirby, and Todd Pearson blitzed the field in Sydney 2000, again in world record time.
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- Gold Medal
* Aaron Peirsol
* Brendan Hansen
* Carl Lewis
* Dawn Fraser
* Freestyle World Record
* Guinness World Record
* Guinness World Records
* Ian Crocker
* Individual Medley
* Katie Hoff
* Kirsty Coventry
* Long Course
* Michael Johnson
* Ryan Lochte
* Second Gold Medal
* Third Gold Medal
* Usain Bolt
* Van Den Hoogenband
* World Record Holder
* World Record Time
* World Swimming Championships
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