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Ian Thorpe's Fountain For Youth
Ian James Thorpe, OAM (born 13 October 1982) is a retired[1] Australian swimmer who specialised in freestyle, but also competed in backstroke and the individual medley. He has won five Olympic gold medals, the most won by any Australian, and with three gold and two silver medals, was the most successful athlete at the 2000 Summer Olympics. At the 2001 World Aquatics Championships, he became the first person to win six gold medals in one World Championship.[2] In total, Thorpe has won eleven World Championship golds, the third-highest number of any swimmer.[3] Thorpe was the first person to have been named Swimming World
Swimming World
Swimmer of the Year four times,[4][5] and was the Australian Swimmer of the Year from 1999 to 2003
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Doha GOALS
Doha GOALS—Gathering of All Leaders In Sport—is an initiative designed as a "call to action" for the role that sport plays as a driver for social and economic change. The initiative, from the Aspire Zone Foundation and Richard Attias
Richard Attias
& Associates, will build a community of global influencers from all industries who believe that sport is a crucial vehicle for social and economic development. Doha Goals Forum is already a well known manifestation, where many projects can be evoked.[1] For example, during the third edition, in November 2014, Hassan Al Thawadi repeat that Qatar "can organise the World Cup in summer".[2] The Executive Director of Doha GOALS is H. E. Sheikh Faisal bin Mubarak Al Thani
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1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
The eighth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 1999 at the Sydney
Sydney
International Aquatic Centre in Sydney, Australia, from 22–29 August
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Swimming At The 2001 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 100 Metre Freestyle Relay
The men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay event at the 2001 World Aquatics Championships took place in Marine Messe in Fukuoka, Japan in July 2001. Prior to this meet, the United States have never lost this race since the inception of the World Championships in 1973. The final of the relay was notable for Ian Thorpe's swimming the closing leg for Australia with his fastest-ever relay split of 47.87 s, for the 47.02 seconds final leg, the fastest relay leg in history by Pieter van den Hoogenband and for the disqualification after the race of the American team.[1][2] Results[edit] Final[edit] 01 !  Australia (Michael Klim, Ashley Callus, Todd Pearson, Ian Thorpe) 3:14.10 02 !  Netherlands (Mark Veens, Johan Kenkhuis, Klaas-Erik Zwering, Pieter van den Hoogenband) 3:14.56 European Record 03 !  Germany (Stefan Herbst, Torsten Spanneberg, Lars Conrad, Sven Lodziewski) 3:17.52 4.  Sweden 3:18.00 5.  Italy 3:19.37 6
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Swimming At The 2001 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 200 Metre Freestyle Relay
The Men's 4x200 Freestyle Relay event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships was swum on July 27, 2001
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships
The Swimming competition of the 10th FINA
FINA
World Aquatics Championships consisted of 40 long course (50m) events, swum July 20–27, 2003 in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2] Swimming's 40 events were split evenly between males and females (20 each) and were:freestyle (free): 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500; backstroke (back): 50, 100 and 200; breaststroke (breast): 50, 100 and 200; butterfly (fly): 50, 100 and 200; Individual Medley (IM): 200 and 400; and relay: 4×100 and 4×200 freestyle, and 4×100 medley.Contents1 Participating nations 2 Event schedule 3 Results3.1 Men 3.2 Women 3.3 Medal standings4 ReferencesParticipating nations[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (June 2013)Event schedule[edit]This section is empty. You can help by adding to it
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 Metre Freestyle
The Men's 200 Freestyle event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships swam on 21–22 July 2003 in Barcelona, Spain. Preliminary[1] and Semifinal[2] heats were on 21 July, while the Final[3] swam on 22 July. Prior to the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship (CR) records were both:WR and CR: 1:44.06 swum by Ian Thorpe (Australia) on 25 July 2001 in Fukuoka, JapanContents1 Results1.1 Final 1.2 Semifinals 1.3 Preliminaries2 ReferencesResults[edit] Final[edit]Place Swimmer Nation Time Notes1 Ian Thorpe  Australia 1:45.142 Pieter van den Hoogenband  Netherlands 1:46.433 Grant Hackett  Australia 1:46.854 Květoslav Svoboda  Czech Republic 1:48.735 Andrei Kapralov  Russia 1:48.766 Federico Cappellazzo  Italy 1:48.797 Peter Mankoč  Slovenia 1:48.968 Nate Dusing  USA 1:49.35Semifinals[edit]Rank Heat + Lane S
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400 Metre Freestyle
The Men's 400 Freestyle event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships swam on 20 July 2003 in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]Prior to the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship (CR) records were:WR: 3:40.08 swum by Ian Thorpe (Australia) on 30 July 2002 in Manchester, UK CR: 3:40.17 swum by Ian Thorpe (Australia) on 22 July 2001 in Fukuoka, JapanContents1 Results1.1 Final 1.2 Preliminaries2 ReferencesResults[edit] Final[edit]Place Swimmer Nation Time Notes1 Ian Thorpe  Australia 3:42.582 Grant Hackett  Australia 3:45.113 Dragoș Coman  Romania 3:46.874 Massimiliano Rosolino  Italy 3:47.445 Klete Keller  USA 3:47.706 Yuri Prilukov  Russia 3:48.507 Chad Carvin  USA 3:50.368 Graeme Smith  Great Britain 3:51.83Preliminaries[edit]Rank Heat+Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes1 H8 L4 Ian Thorpe  Austral
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 200 Metre Freestyle Relay
The Men's 4×200 Freestyle Relay event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships swam on July 23, 2003
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 Metre Individual Medley
The Men's 200 Individual Medley event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships swam 24–25 July 2003 in Barcelona, Spain. Preliminary[1] and Semifinal[2] heats swam July 24; the Final[3] was July 25. At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship (CR) records were both:WR: 1:57.94 swum by Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps
(USA) on June 29, 2003 in Santa Clara, USA CR: 1:58.16 swum by
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Swimming At The 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 Metre Freestyle
The Men's 100 Freestyle event at the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships swam on 23–24 July 2003 in Barcelona Spain. Preliminary[1] and Semifinal[2] heats swam on July 23; while the Final[3] swam on July 24. Prior to the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship (CR) records were:WR: 47.84 by Pieter van den Hoogenband (Netherlands) swum on 19 September 2000 in Sydney, Australia CR: 48.33 by Anthony Ervin (USA) swum on 27 July 2001 in Fukuoka, JapanContents1 Results1.1 Final 1.2 Semifinals 1.3 Preliminaries2 ReferencesResults[edit] Final[edit]Place Swimmer Nation Time Notes1 Alexander Popov  Russia 48.422 Pieter van den Hoogenband  Netherlands 48.683 Ian Thorpe  Australia 48.774 Jason Lezak  USA 48.945 Andrei Kapralov  Russia 48.956 Frédérick Bousquet  France 49.307 Ryk Neethling  South Africa 49.518 Milorad Čavić  Y
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1999 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 M)
The 4th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
was an international swimming meet organized by FINA, held 1–4 April 1999 at the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong.[1] It features 516 swimmers from 61 nations, swimming in 40 short course (25 m pool) events.[2]Contents1 Participating nations 2 Results2.1 Men's events 2.2 Women's events 2.3 Medal standings3 ReferencesParticipating nations[edit] 59 of 61 nations with swimmers at the 1999 Short Course Worlds were:[3]


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1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships – Men's 200 Metre Freestyle
The men's 200 metre freestyle competition at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships took place on August 23–24 at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre.[1] The last champion was Michael Klim of Australia.[2] This race consisted of four lengths of the pool, all in freestyle.[3]Contents1 Records 2 Results2.1 Heats 2.2 Semifinals 2.3 Final3 ReferencesRecords[edit] Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan Pacific records were as follows:World record  Grant Hackett (AUS) 1:46.67 Brisbane, Australia March 23, 1999Pan Pacific Championships record  Michael Klim (AUS) 1:47.60 Fukuoka, Japan August 10, 1997Results[edit] All times are in minutes and seconds.KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified CR Championships record NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal bestHeats[edit] The first round was held on August 23.[1]Rank Name Nationality Time Notes1 Ian Thorpe 
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1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships – Men's 400 Metre Freestyle
The men's 400 metre freestyle competition at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships took place on August 22 at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre.[1] The last champion was Grant Hackett of Australia.[2] This race consisted of eight lengths of the pool, with all eight being in the freestyle stroke.[3]Contents1 Records 2 Results2.1 Heats 2.2 Final3 ReferencesRecords[edit] Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan Pacific records were as follows:World record  Kieren Perkins (AUS) 3:43.80 Rome, Italy September 11, 1994Pan Pacific Championships record  Grant Hackett (AUS) 3:47.27 Fukuoka, Japan August 12, 1997Results[edit] All times are in minutes and seconds.KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified CR Championships record NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal bestHeats[edit] The first round was held on August 22.[1]Rank Name Nationality Time Notes1 Grant
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