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  1. The world record time was reduced by over 2% during the course of the heats and the final.
  2. The previous world record time was 1:54.80, set by Phelps at the 2008 United States Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebrasha.

World Swimming Championships

  1. China's Zhao Jing won the women's 50m backstroke gold medal in a world record time of 27.06 seconds at the world swimming championships here on Thursday.


  1. He won his sixth gold medal, breaking the world record time for the event.


  1. Phelps claimed his fourth gold medal earlier in the morning when he took the 200 butterfly in world record time of one minute and 52.03 seconds.

First Woman

  1. In doing so, she became the first woman to win three individual gold medals at one Olympics all in world record time.

Belmont Stakes

  1. He didn't disappoint and captured the Belmont Stakes by a whopping 31 lengths, running the 1 miles in world record time of 2:24 that still stands today.


  1. Michael Johnson (U.S.) set a new world record time of 43.18s in the men's 400m at the World Track & Field championships in Seville.
  2. He also captured gold and helped set a world record time in the 4×200 freestyle relay. (Web site)

Medley Relay

  1. Australia wins gold and sets a world record time in the women's 4 x 100 m medley relay at 3:52.69. (Web site)

Second Gold Medal

  1. That didn't happen, leaving Walters to celebrate his second gold medal and world record time of 3:27.28. (Web site)


  1. Swimming the last leg, Thorpe passed the leading Americans and arrived in a new world record time, two tenths of a second ahead of the Americans.

Combined Time

  1. Shimizu clocked a combined time of 1min 11.35sec in the race which was ran over two days, including a new world record time of 35.59 seconds.

Silver Medal

  1. 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.


  1. At the 2006 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships held in Victoria, Canada, Hansen again lowered his world record time in the 200 m breaststroke to 2:08.50. (Web site)

Individual Medley

  1. She defended her 200 m backstroke title with a world record time and came second in the 400 m individual medley.
  2. She won the 200 m and 400 m freestyle as well as the 200 m individual medley, each with a new world record time. (Web site)

Beijing Olympics

  1. Australia wins women's 4x200m relay Australia has won the gold medal in the women's 4x200m freestyle relay in a world record time at the Beijing Olympics.


  1. Liu Zige gave China its first swimming gold medal of the Beijing Olympics, winning the women's 200 butterfly in a world record time of 2:04.18.

Sven Kramer

  1. In the 2006-2007 season, Sven Kramer won the first two 5000 m world cup races, the second in 6:09.78, just outside his world record time.


  1. Weggemann won gold in a new world record time of 1:35.51 and the race between Henshaw and Johnson was on for the silver medal.
  2. In the women's S7 50m butterfly final, Shelley Rogers swum a new personal best finishing sixth as Huang Min won gold for China in world record time. (Web site)
  3. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Henry anchored the Australian women's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay team that won the gold in world record time. (Web site)

Jodie Henry

  1. However, along with teammates Libby Lenton, Petria Thomas, and Jodie Henry, she won gold with a world record time in the women's 4x100 meter relay; 3min 35.


  1. Lenton swam a sensational leg to put Australia into the gold medal position ahead of the Americans ahead of world record time. (Web site)
  2. Australia has taken a surprise gold medal in the women's 200-metres freestyle relay in world record time at the Beijing Olympics. (Web site)
  3. Australia n Leisel Jones Monday won the women's breaststroke 100m final with a world record time of 1 minutes 5.09 seconds. (Web site)

First Final

  1. During his first final, the 10,000m in 1972, he stumbled and fell just before halfway but got up to win in a world record time.

Ben Johnson

  1. Rome 1987: Ben Johnson won the 100 metres in a world record time of 9.83 seconds.


  1. In Athens, Henry anchored the Australian Women's 4 x 100 metre Freestyle Relay team that won the gold medal in world record time.
  2. The champion American has now won five gold medals in Beijing, all of them in world record time, to go with the six he won in Athens. (Web site)
  3. In Athens, Spain 's David Cal edged out Dittmer in the C1 1000m by finishing in a new world record time of 3:46.201 minutes. (Web site)

Six Gold Medals

  1. M ichael Phelps made it six gold medals in six races, each in world record time, by taking the 200-metre individual medley Friday at the Beijing Olympics. (Web site)


  1. The Americans, anchored by Catherine Hardy (later Lavender), won in an upset, setting a new world record time of 45.9 seconds. (Web site)


  1. Brendan Hansen won the men's 200 breast in 2:10.62, setting a meet record though it was more than 2 seconds slower than his world record time. (Web site)


  1. Spitz has held that mantle since he won seven gold medals, all in world record time, at the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Australian Team

  1. Charlton was selected for the Australian team for the 1924 Olympics in Paris where he won gold in the 1500m freestyle in a world record time.


  1. Crapp then extended the margin to 2.2 s to secure an Australian victory in a world record time of 4 m 17.1 s.


  1. In spite of the media disappointment, Thorpe's six gold medals equaled the record set by Susie O'Neill, completing all in Games or World record time. (Web site)
  2. He then overslept, and only managed a few pieces of bread for breakfast before skating a world record time to win his record fifth gold medal of the Games.

First Gold Medal

  1. For Coventry, the win was her first gold medal of the 2008 Beijing Games as she won by nearly a full second with her world record time of 2:05.24. (Web site)
  2. Dan Jansen of the USA wins his first gold medal at the 1994 Olympics in the 1000 meter speed skating competition with a new world record time of 1:12.43. (Web site)


  1. In a re-run of the 400m individual medley, Phelps finishes first in world record time ahead of Cseh and Lochte.
  2. Phelps and Lochte went 1-2 at the U.S. trials, where the good friends both went under the old world record time.
  3. Phelps again showed dominance, finishing in the top seed with a world record time of 51.47. (Web site)

Jason Lezak

  1. The US team of Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Phelps and Jason Lezak finished in a world record time of 3:29.34. (Web site)
  2. Today, the U.S. team of Aaron Piersol, Brendan Hansen, Ian Crocker and Jason Lezak won the final in a world record time of 3:30.68. (Web site)
  3. The 23-year-old teamed up with Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen and Jason Lezak to claim the historic gold for the United States in a world record time.

Gold Medals

  1. Shane Gould won 3 Olympic gold medals in world record time at the 1972 Munich Olympics, together with one silver and one bronze.

Gold Medal

  1. Nevertheless, he was able to race as a member of the 4 x 400 m relay team, which won a gold medal and set a new world record time of 2:55.74.
  2. The Australians won the gold medal in a world record time, with Devitt clocking the fastest leg in the whole race.
  3. Crocker and the American medley team went on to win the event in world record time, so Crocker finally got his gold medal. (Web site)

World Record Time

  1. Les Boardman extended the lead to 15 m before Harold Hardwick held off Duke Kahanamoku to claim the gold medal in the world record time of 10:11.6. (Web site)
  2. He also ran the leadoff leg of the 4x100 m relay team for the United States, and helped the American team to a gold medal in a world record time of 39.5.
  3. 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.


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