TRAVEL.com SportsWater SportsSwimming And h tels en fran ais Top Sports Water Sports Swimming and Diving Athletes O'Neill, Susie Results 1 2 of at least 2 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Extractions: Swimming has been included on the programme of every Commonwealth Games. Men's Medallists are listed on a separate page. Venues: 1930 Hamilton (CAN), 1934 London (ENG), 1938 Sydney (AUS), 1950 Auckland (NZL), 1954 Vancouver (CAN), 1958 Cardiff (WAL), 1962 Perth (AUS), 1966 Kingston (JAM), 1970 Edinburgh (SCO), 1974 Christchurch (NZL), 1978 Edmonton (CAN), 1982 Brisbane (AUS), 1986 Edinburgh (SCO), 1990 Auckland (NZL), 1994 Victoria (CAN), 1998 Kuala Lumpur (MAS), 2002 Manchester (ENG) 50 Metres Freestyle GOLD SILVER BRONZE
Extractions: Women's swimming and diving events were first included on the Olympic programme in 1912. The Butterfly stroke was permissible in Breaststroke events up to and including 1952. Between 1912 and 1928 diving events were decided by ordinals rather by points. Men's Medallists are listed on a separate page. A compilation of swimming and diving medallists in other major international events is available in the section on this site. Venues: 1912 Stockholm (SWE), 1920 Antwerp (BEL), 1924 Paris (FRA), 1928 Amsterdam (NED), 1932 Los Angeles (USA), 1936 Berlin (GER), 1948 London (GBR), 1952 Helsinki (FIN), 1956 Melbourne (AUS), 1960 Rome (ITA), 1964 Tokyo (JPN), 1968 Mexico City (MEX), 1972 Munich (FRG), 1976 Montréal (CAN), 1980 Moscow (URS), 1984 Los Angeles (USA), 1988 Seoul (KOR), 1992 Barcelona (ESP), 1996 Atlanta (USA), 2000 Sydney (AUS), 2004 Athens (GRE) 50 Metres Freestyle GOLD SILVER BRONZE
Kiat.net: Sydney 2000 - Day-by-Day and in 2000, susie O Neill became the 17th woman IOC member. 1 in diving, 1 in Softball, 1 in Synchronized swimming, 1 in Volleyball (Beach M), http://www.kiat.net/olympics/sydney2000/daybyday.html
Extractions: @import url(../../style/default.css); kiat.net where are you :: home Olympics Sydney 2000 Day-by-Day FIREWORKS IGNITE STADIUM AUSTRALIA While, for reasons related to the social context of the time, no women participated in the Games of the I Olympiad in Athens in 1896, they did make an albeit timid first appearance at the Games of the II Olympiad in 1900 in Paris. Nineteen women from four different countries participated in the tennis, golf and sailing competitions. One hundred years after the first women participated in the Games, much progress has been made. 4069 female athletes (more than 38% of the total number of athletes) participated in the Sydney Games. Since the beginning of his term of office, President Samaranch has become the advocate of women in the Olympic Movement, and in 2000, Susie O'Neill became the 17th woman IOC member. The percentage of women IOC members increased from 0% to 15% between 1981 and 2000. On 15 September 2000, in Sydney, athletes from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and from the Republic of Korea marched together hand in hand for the first time at the Opening Ceremony, behind the flag of the Peninsula, a symbol of Korean unity.
SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AQUATIC CENTRE in the FINA events of swimming, diving, Water Polo and Synchronised swimming. susie O Neill, OAM, ended her career in fine style winning the 200m http://www.sydneyaquaticcentre.com.au/html/fact_file_path_champions.htm
Extractions: The Path of Champions recognises Australia's contribution to sporting excellence by honouring those athletes who attain the status of Olympic Champion, World Champion or World Record Holder in the FINA events of Swimming, Diving, Water Polo and Synchronised Swimming. The Path currently consists of 103 plaques of Australian athletes and was installed for the Official Opening of the Centre in January 1995. To qualify for inclusion the athlete must be an Olympic Champion (gold medallist), a World Champion, or a World Record Holder in FINA recognised events. Short course events are not included. Andrew Charlton Shane Gould Lorraine Crapp John Konrads Sarah Durack Fred Lane Richmond Eve (Diving) Murray Rose Dawn Fraser Olympic Champions, World Champions, World Record Holders
Medals And Records swimming medals and records. diving. Overall aquatics gold medals won since Hamilton 1930 Games 200m butterfly, susie O Neill, AUS, 206.60 http://22.214.171.124/SPORTS/Aquatics/Swimming/Medals_and_Records/default.asp
Extractions: You are in: SPORTS Aquatics Swimming Swimming medals and records Overall aquatics gold medals won since Hamilton 1930 Games Aquatics - swimming 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games gold medal winners Men's swimming 50m freestyle Mark Foster ENG 100m backstroke Mark Versfield CAN 100m breaststroke Simon Cowley AUS 100m butterfly Geoff Huegill AUS 100m freestyle Michael Klim AUS 200m backstroke Mark Versfield CAN 200m breaststroke Simon Cowley AUS 200m butterfly James Hickman ENG 200m freestyle Ian Thorpe AUS 200m individual medley Matthew Dunn AUS 400m freestyle Ian Thorpe AUS 400m individual medley Trent Steed AUS 4x100m freestyle Australia 4x100m medley Australia 4x200m freestyle Australia 1,500m freestyle Grant Hackett AUS Women's swimming 50m freestyle Sue Rolph ENG 100m backstroke Giaan Rooney AUS 100m breaststroke Helen Denham AUS 100m butterfly Petria Thomas AUS 100m freestyle Sue Rolph ENG 200m backstroke Katy Sexton ENG 200m breaststroke Samantha Riley AUS 200m butterfly Susie O'Neill AUS 200m freestyle Susie O'Neill AUS 200m individual medley Marianne Limpert CAN 400m freestyle Susie O'Neill AUS 400m individual medley Joanne Malar CAN 4x100m freestyle Australia 4x100m medley Australia 4x200m freestyle Australia 800m freestyle Grant Hackett Rachel Harris Rules
Www.swimmersden.com - SA's Best Swimming Site!! Madame Butterfly, Australia s greatest swimmer ever susie O Neill continues to Activities, diving and swimming events calendar, and a museum gift shop. http://www.swimmersden.com/KZN - Swimming Links Page.htm
Extractions: Read brief reviews of research articles related to swimming and athlete performance. Each article contains a brief summary of the research conducted, a list of relevant results, and a section outlining implications for coaches and athletes. Click on an article to see this information. Check the Sports Science section daily for new articles as the web site will be updated on a continuing basis. Drugs Free Sport Centre for Sports Parenting Swimmers Web Sites Geoff Huegill Australia's explosive butterfly specialist, "Skippy" is a favourite amongst swimming fans with his effervescent personality and boyish charm. Geoff's site keeps you up to date with Geoff's quest to be Australia's greatest butterfly swimmer.
ESwimmer susie O August 2 susie O Neill (pictured right) (1992, 1996, Auburn, which has won the last three mens NCAA Division I swimming and diving http://eswimmer.swimming.org.au/Issue 38/Kates Column.aspx
ESwimmer susie O August 2 susie O Neill (1992, 1996, 2000 Triple Olympian and dual Auburn, which has won the last three mens NCAA Division I swimming and diving http://eswimmer.swimming.org.au/Issue 39/Kates Column.aspx
Extractions: OLYMPIC STARS CELEBRATE SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS September sure is a big month for birthdays â particularly for our Olympians. Dual Olympian Matt Dunn (1992 and 1996) heads the list on September 2 and is joined by married Olympians Jodie Clatworthy (1988) and Glenn Housman (1992, 1996) on September 3. The great Dawn Fraser will celebrate her birthday on September 4 (and weâll be able to see Dawny in action on Dancing With The Stars on the Seven Network). Helen Denman (1996) will celebrate her birthday on September 4 while Sydney Olympic 4x200m freestyle relay gold medallist William Kirbyâs birthday is on September 12 and team mate Kasey Giteau's is on September 20. Open water world champion Brendan Capell (pictured left) will celebrate his birthday on September 26 with another Sydney Olympian Kirsten Thompson on September 27. It was also a big month for Olympic water polo babies with the legendary Charles Turner born on September 3 and Sydney 2000 Olympic golden girls Liz Weekes born on September 22 and Debbie Watson on September 28.
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