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Published in : 2009-05-14 | by australianswimming
17 year old swim sensation Ian Thorpe betters his own world record in the 200m Freestyle to qualify for the 2000 Sydney Olympics | Thorpe beats out an all star ...
Published in : 2009-05-17 | by australianswimming
18 year old Ian Thorpe defeats Pieter Van Den Hoogenband to win the 200m Freestyle title at the 2001 World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka | Thorpes ...
Published in : 2009-05-16 | by australianswimming
Part 1 of 2 | 18 year old Ian Thorpe takes down Kieren Perkins 800m Freestyle World Record at the 2001 Australian Swimming Championships in Hobart ...
Published in : 2009-05-16 | by australianswimming
Part 2 of 2 | 18 year old Ian Thorpe takes down Kieren Perkins 800m Freestyle World Record at the 2001 Australian Swimming Championships in Hobart ...
Published in : 2009-05-13 | by australianswimming
Ian Thorpe, aged 15, winning the 400m Freestyle at the 1998 World Championships in Perth | Thorpe out touches teammate, 17 year old Grant Hackett, to take ...
Published in : 2009-05-19 | by australianswimming
Part 1 of 3 | Candid interview with 23 year old Ian Thorpe | Hosted by legendary Australian media personality Maggie Tabberer | This footage has been taken ...
Published in : 2009-05-18 | by australianswimming
Part 1 of 2 | Team Australia winning the Mens 4x200m Freestyle relay, in front of a home crowd, at the 2000 Sydney Olympics | The Australian team of 17 year ...
Published in : 2009-05-17 | by australianswimming
Part 2 of 2 | In an event that has gone down in swimming folk law, Team Australia is disqualified, after placing first in the Womens 4x200 Freestyle Relay at the ...
Published in : 2009-05-12 | by australianswimming
Part 1 of 2 | Team Australia winning the Mens 4 x 200 Freestyle Relay at the 1998 World Championships in Perth | Features a team of talented youngsters: 20 ...
Published in : 2009-05-15 | by australianswimming
Emotion charged video showing the highs and lows of the 2000 Olympic Selection trials | Commentator Ken Sutcliffe describes it as a tribute to those who ...