Meter Butterfly

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Mary Mohler - Swimming Career After College - 2008 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials
... in fourth place, top two make the team, in the 200 meter Butterfly ... Mohler also failed to make it in the 100 meter Butterfly ... Olympic Swim Trial Results Event Final Time Place 100 meter Backstroke 101.87 10th 100 meter Butterfly 58.72 6th 200 meter Backstroke 210.00 4th 200 meter Butterfly 209.23 4th ...
Orinda Aquatics - The "John Dorr" Effect - 2008 Olympic Trials Qualifiers
... Washington)- 50 Free Tyler Angelo (Notre Dame) - 200 meter Breaststroke Katie Arnold (UCLA) - 100 meter Backstroke 200 Meter Backstroke Lauren Beaudreau (University of Richmond) - 200 meter Breaststroke, 200 ...
Mary T. Meagher - 1980 Boycott and On
... meet, Meagher set world records in both the 200-meter and 100-meter butterfly, the two primary distances at which the butterfly is contested in competitive swimming. 57.93 seconds that Meagher set in the 100-meters—a drop of over a second ... as the World Record for nearly two decades American swimmer Jenny Thompson lowered the 100-meter record in 1999, while Susie O'Neill of Australia set the ...
Melvin Stewart
... Stewart was a prominent 200-meter butterfly swimmer of his era ... national champion, he won the 200-meter event at the 1991 World Championships in Perth, defeating Hall of Famers Michael Gross of Germany and Tamás Darnyi of Hungary ... first Olympic Games at Seoul in 1988, he was placed fifth in the 200m butterfly ...
Craig Beardsley - Swimming Career
2009 Beardsley won the gold medal in his signature event, the 200-meter butterfly, at the 1979 Pan American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico ... Olympics, Beardsley set a new world record of 158.21 in the 200-meter butterfly—a time that was over a second faster than Soviet swimmer Sergey Fesenko's gold medal time in the 1980 Olympic finals ... He held both the American and world records for the 200-meter butterfly from 1980 to 1983 ...

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