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Extractions: After winning no less than 6 gold medals at the 1999 European Championships, he was one of the favourites for the 2000 Summer Olympics, but his adversaries were strong. In the 200 m freestyle, he met Australian youngster Ian Thorpe, favourite of the home crowd in Sydney. In the semi-finals, Van den Hoogenband set a new World Record, but Thorpe countered with a time only 0,02 slower. In an exciting final, Van den Hoogenband equalled his time from the semi-finals to win the gold medal. In the 100 m freestyle, Van den Hoogenband again set a World Record in the semi-finals and won his second gold medal, defeating the 1992 and 1996 champion, Aleksandr Popov. He won two more medals, both bronze, in the 50 m freestyle and as the final swimmer for the Dutch 4 x 200 m freestyle relay team.
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Extractions: “Olympic Legacies” Conference, Oxford, March 2008. Searching for the Greatest Olympic Performances, Using a Complete Summer Olympics Database By Charles Davis A complete digital database has been developed for all performances in the Olympic summer games from 1896 to 2004, using historical sources and some online material. The database covers all athletes in all events in all sports, and includes ranks and performances at all stages including heats, qualification rounds and preliminary rounds. There are more than 105,000 athletes listed, and more than 275,000 lines of data. Such complete digital data allows new forms of analysis. The performances and the competitiveness of entire fields, not just medallists or finalists, can be analysed, and changes tracked over time. Relative standard deviation (rsd) of results measures how closely together results cluster. The lower the rsd, the more competitive the event; in the 100m sprint in athletics, the rsd for men is 2-3%, while for women it is 3-4%. The rsd for the men’s long jump has declined from 6% from 1912-1924 to 3% in recent Games. The negative impact of boycotts in 1980 and 1984 can also be seen. Performances for individual champions can now be measured and compared statistically as z-scores, showing how far above their contemporaries they stood. Extraordinary z-scores were recorded by Bob Beamon in the 1968 long jump, Bob Hayes in the 1964 100m, and Wilma Rudolph in the 1960 100m. The search for exceptional performances is ongoing.
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Extractions: SYDNEY, Australia - Butterfly specialist Misty Hyman Misty Dawn Marie Hyman (born March 23, 1979 in Mesa, Arizona) is an American swimmer who won the gold medal in the 200m butterfly at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. Hyman was only supposed to contend for silver on that night (September 20, 2000), as Australian Susie O'Neill was was Tom Candiotti Thomas Caesar Candiotti (born August 31, 1957 in Walnut Creek, California) is a former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball who was known for his knuckleball. stripped of his knuckleball, Mark McGwire Mark David McGwire (born October 1, 1963 in Pomona, California) is a former professional baseball player who played the majority of his major league career with the Oakland Athletics before finishing his final years with the St. Louis Cardinals. stripped of the home run
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Â Â (Redirected from Swimming World Swimmers of the Year Jump to: navigation search Michael Phelps was the male swimmer of the year in 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 The Swimming World Magazine Swimmers of the Year , awarded by the American-based Swimming World Magazine , are a set of awards which are often regarded as being the most prestigious in the swimming world. There are seven categories: World Swimmer, American Swimmer, European Swimmer, Pacific Rim Swimmer, World Disabled Swimmer, African Swimmer and Open Water Swimmer of year. An award for male and female is made for each category. The award was inaugurated in 1964, when Swimming World named Don Schollander as its World Swimmer of the Year. Two years later, a female category was added, and the awards continued in this format until 1980. The winners were mostly American until the rise of East Germany's women in the 1970s, and 1980 saw the creation of subcategories for American and European swimmers. Following the end of the Cold War , Germany declined following the end of the East's systematic state-sponsored doping program, while Australia's swimming team enjoyed a revival. In 1994, Australian swimmers won both awards for World Swimmer of the Year for the first time, and in 1995, a subcategory was inaugurated for
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This is a history of the World Record in the 200 Freestyle The long-course records are historically older than the short-course records; the latter having only been recognized since the early 1990s. Graphic data for World Record Progression in Men and Women Swimming 50m-100m-200m Long and Short Course Butterfly-Backstroke-Breaststroke-Freestyle Women ... TIME SWIMMER DATE EVENT PLACE Lane, Freddy Freddy Lane 18 August 1902 Weston-super-Mare United Kingdom Halmay, Zoltan Zoltan Halmay 28 June 1908 Budapest , Hungary Scheff, Otto Otto Scheff 11 November 1908 Vienna , Austria Beaurepaire, Frank Frank Beaurepaire 9 September 1910 Exeter , United Kingdom Daniels, Charles Charles Daniels 28 March 1911 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania , United States Ross, Norman Norman Ross 24 November 1916 San Francisco California , United States Cann, Tedford Tedford Cann 10 April 1920 Detroit Michigan , United States Weissmuller, Johnny
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Extractions: Inicio Competiciones/Resultados X MUNDUALES BARCELONA 03: Medallistas por eventos WATERPOLO SALTOS SINCRONIZADA LARGA DISTANCIA Femenimo Masculino Femenimo Masculino ... Masculino 50 m. libres POPOV Alexander, RUS FOSTER Mark, GBR VAN DEN HOOGENBAND Pieter, NED 100 m. libres POPOV Alexander, RUS VAN DEN HOOGENBAND Pieter, NED THORPE Ian, AUS 200 m. libres THORPE Ian, AUS VAN DEN HOOGENBAND Pieter, NED HACKETT Grant, AUS 400 m. libres THORPE Ian, AUS HACKETT Grant, AUS COMAN Dragos, ROM 800 m. libres HACKETT Grant, AUS JENSEN Larsen, USA CHERVYNSKYI Igor, UKR 1500 m. libres HACKETT Grant, AUS CHERVYNSKYI Igor, UKR VENDT Erik, USA 50 m. espalda RUPPRATH Thomas, GER WR WELSH Matthew, AUS ZANDBERG J. Gerhardus, RSA 100 m. esplada PEIRSOL Aaron, USA VYATCHANIN Arkady, RUS WELSH Matthew, AUS 200 m. espalda PEIRSOL Aaron, USA KOZULJ Gordan, CRO DUFOUR Simon, FRA 50 m. braza GIBSON James, GBR LISOGOR Oleg, UKR FLASKAY Mihaly, HUN 100 m. braza KITAJIMA Kosuke, JPN WR HANSEN Brendan, USA GIBSON James, GBR 200 m. braza KITAJIMA Kosuke, JPN WR EDMOND Ian, GBR HANSEN Brendan, USA 50 m. mariposa