Swimnews Swimming News Translate this page Swim News/swimming News April 2002 bis Juni 2002. Vereinsrauswurf für ingede bruijn. inge de bruijn ist ihr divenhafter Lebenswandel vorübergehend zum http://www.svl.ch/news_04-02.html
Extractions: Schweizer Schwimmkalender 2002. Der Schwimmkalender wird herausgegeben von swimsports.ch als Hauptherausgeber (Bestellungen: Postfach, 8904 Aesch bei Birmensdorf) und dem Schweizerischen Schwimmverband , der Schweizerischen Lebensrettungsgesellschaft und dem Schweizerischen Badmeisterverband als Mitherausgeber [Online-Kalender: 21.6. Hackett will Double.
The Age Holding off Dutch star inge de bruijn, Thomas came home in the 100 A superbfinal three dives secured Australias first Olympic diving gold medal since http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2004/08/31/1093852187149.html?from=storylhs
Extractions: ONLINE STORE TICKETS CAMPS MULTIMEDIA ... DIRECTIONS setNav("mainleftatha",["ffffff","EAB200"],["ffffff","EAB200"],["999999","999999"]) PROMOTIONS: Smith Barney Trivia setNav("mainleftpromo",["EAB200","ffffff"],["EAB200","ffffff"],["999999","999999"]) Academics A-T Fund Alumni Association Cheerleading ... Wireless setNav("mainleftathb",["7E9AA6","A8BAC3"],["7E9AA6","A8BAC3"],["999999","999999"])
Swimmers And Swimming Organizations swimmers, divers and swimming organizations listed by name. de bruijn, IngeNetherlands. de Bruin, Michelle Smith Ireland. despatie, Alexandre Canada http://www.highwayhome.com/sports/swimming/swimming.html
Extractions: Accelerator AddLink Restaurant Chains Supermarkets ... Coffee Distributors A B C NO ENTRIES Beard, Amanda USA Carvin, Chad USA Cowley, Simon Australia D E F Davison, Michelle USA De Bruijn, Inge Netherlands De Bruin, Michelle Smith Ireland Despatie, Alexandre Canada Dolan, Tom USA Dumais, Troy USA Evans, Janet USA Famous Swimmers FINA Finswimming Australia Fraser 2000 British Columbia Canada FunkySwim G H I Gould, Shane Australia Grote, Kurt USA Gupta, Sandeep Kumar India Hackett, Grant Australia Hall Jr, Gary USA Hickman, James USA Huegill Geoff Australia International Swimming Hall of Fame J K L NO ENTRIES Kahanamoku, Duke Hawaii Kein, Jenny USA Keizer, Joris Netherlands Klim, Michael Australia Kowal, Kristy USA Kowalski, Daniel Australia Krayzelburg, Lenny USA Lewis, Hayley Australia Louganis, Greg USA M N O Malchow, Tom USA Martino, Angel USA Mingxia, Fu China New Zealand Swimmer Ocean Warriors New Zealand O'Neill, Susie Australia Open Water Marathon Swimming P Q R Perkins, Kieren
Gigablast Search Results de bruijn, inge (1); Dolan, Tom (1); Hall, Gary, Jr. (4); Klim, Michael (1) Official fan clubs for 30 of the best swimmers, divers, water polo players http://dir.gigablast.com/Sports/Water_Sports/Swimming_and_Diving/Athletes/
Extractions: SYDNEY, Australia Inge de Bruijn won the 100-meter freestyle Thursday, her second gold medal of the Olympics, denying American Jenny Thompson a victory in her final chance for an individual gold. Inge de Bruijn, left, might have won Thursday, but Jenny Thompson is still the most decorated U.S. women's swimmer. De Bruijn, of the Netherlands, won in 53.83 seconds; she won the 100 butterfly last Sunday. Therese Alshammar of Sweden won the silver in 54.33. Thompson and teammate Dara Torres tied for bronze in 54.43 seconds. "I've never had a bronze before," Thompson said. Thompson's medal made her the most decorated woman swimmer in history with nine career medals. Dawn Fraser of Australia, Kornelia Ender of Germany and American Shirley Babashoff are tied with eight. The 27-year-old Thompson also broke a tie with Babashoff for most Olympic medals by an American woman. Thompson's failure to win a gold by herself was reminiscent of the 1996 Olympics, where she surprisingly didn't qualify for an individual event. She won three golds on relays, but postponed retirement to chase an individual gold.
SLAM! Sports: 2000 Summer Games Photo Gallery Dutch swimmer inge de bruijn smiles after winning a heat of the women s 50mfreestyle Friday, Sept. 22, 2000 at the Sydney International Aquatic Center http://www.canoe.ca/2000GamesGallerySep22/swimming2.html
Extractions: [an error occurred while processing this directive] Inside CANOE.CA SLAM! Sports Jam! Showbiz CANOE Travel CNEWS CANOE Money C-Health LIFEWISE AUTONET flirt.canoe.ca Newsstand SunTV WHAM! Gaming AllPop Free E-Mail shop.canoe.ca Jobboom CareerConnection Classified Extra Obituaries Today Restaurants Hotels Weather Horoscopes Lotteries Ecards Crossword Scoreboard News Ticker Sports Ticker TV Listings Movie Listings CLIVE Concerts Mutual Funds Stocks Feedback Index SPORT INDEX Pick a sport Archery Badminton Baseball Basketball Boxing Canoe/Kayak Cycling Diving Equestrian Fencing Field Hockey Gymnastics Handball Judo Pentathlon Rowing Sailing Shooting Soccer Softball Swimming Synchro Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Triathlon Volleyball B.Volleyball Water Polo Weightlifting Wrestling Team Canada
Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Sailing Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases Dutch swimmer Inge de Bruijn, left, celebrates with U.S. swimmer Jenny Thompson right, after de Bruijn won the gold medal in the women's 100m freestyle Thursday, Sept. 21, 2000 at the Sydney International Aquatic Center during the Summer Olympics in Sydney. Thompson tied teammate Dara Torres for the bronze medal. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)
Serbia Info News / Russia s Svetlana Timochinina spins during her dive in the finals of Dutch swimmer inge de bruijn shows off her gold medal in the women s 50 meter http://www.serbia-info.com/news/2000-09/18/20631.html
Extractions: September 25 Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie, left, nears a photo finish with Kenya's Paul Tergat, right, in the men's 10,000 meter run. See photo Australia's Kerry Pottharst, right, celebrates with her partner Kerri Cook, left after they defeated Brazil in two sets to win the gold medal in women's beach volleyball. See photo U.S. pole vaulter Stacy Dragila clears the bar during the women's pole vault final. Dragila won the gold medal in the event. See photo U.S. sprinter Michael Johnson crosses the finish line ahead of Jamaica's Gregory Haughton in the men's 400 meter final. Johnson won with a time of 43.84. Haughton won the bronze medal in the race. See photo Michael Johnson leads the field home for the gold medal in the men's 400-meter race in this finish line camera photo. The vertical red lines are superimposed to determine timing intervals by Swatch, the provider of the photo. See photo Australia's Cathy Freeman is overcome with emotion after winning the women's 400-meter race with a time of 49.11. See
Science -- Sign In For some of the world s best swimmers 4 years later, the choice is no longer theirs.Stars such as Michael Phelps, inge de bruijn, Lindsay Benko, http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/sci;305/5684/636