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Swimming At The 2001 World Aquatics Championships - Medal Summary - Men
... Silver Bronze 50m freestyle details Anthony Ervin (USA) 22.09 Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED) 22.16 Roland Schoeman (RSA) Tomohiro Yamanoi (JPN) 22.18 100m freestyle ...
Swimming World Swimmers Of The Year - European Swimmers of The Year
... by Germans four times, three by Franziska van Almsick ... the efforts of Inge de Bruijn (3) and Pieter van den Hoogenband (4), who led the sprinting world for women and men at the turn of the century ... Egerszegi Hungary Sadovyi, YevgenyYevgeny Sadovyi Russia 1993 van Almsick, FranziskaFranziska van Almsick Germany Güttler, KárolyKároly Güttler Hungary 1994 van Almsick, FranziskaFranziska van ...
Swimming At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 Metre Freestyle
... Two-time defending champion Pieter van den Hoogenband finished the race in fifth place at 47.75 ... he missed an opportunity to attain a third straight triumph in the same event, Van den Hoogenband became the first ever swimmer to reach the final at his fourth Olympics ... Van den Hoogenband was followed in sixth by South Africa's Lyndon Ferns (48.04), and in seventh by Sullivan's teammate Matt Targett (48.20) ...
List Of European Short Course Swimming Championships Medalists (men) - Current Program - 4 × 50 Metre Freestyle Relay
... Sheffield Netherlands (NED) Mark Veens Johan Kenkhuis Stefan Aartsen Pieter van den Hoogenband Great Britain (GBR) Mark Foster James Hickman Simon Handley Sion Brinn Germany (GER) Stephan Kunzelmann ...

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