Who won the Olympic Swimming 2012?
London 2012: Michael Phelps Wins Record 20th Medal, In 200m IM; Soni Sets World Record : The Torch Michael Phelps has won the men’s 200-meter individual medley at the 2012 Summer Games, winning his 20th Olympic medal — and his first individual gold medal in London.
Where are Olympic Trials for swimming?
Walking around the streets of Omaha, Nebraska while the United States Olympic Trials is being conducted, swim fans have many chances to see their favorite swim stars.
Where are the Olympic trials for swimming?
Did Michael Phelps swim 2012 Olympics?
Michael Fred Phelps II (born June 30, 1985) is an American former competitive swimmer. At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Phelps won four gold and two silver medals, and at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, he won five gold medals and one silver.
When do the US Olympic trials start for 2012?
USA Swimming has announced the time standards for the 2012 US Olympic Trials. The qualifying period for the trials will be from October 1st, 2009 onward. This is the date that polyurethane suits were banned in the United States, putting all swimmers on an even playing field headed into the trials.
Who is on the US Olympic swimming team?
S.Olympic Team Trials Swimming June 25 July 2 Event 30225 JUN 2012 14:40 Women’s 100m Butterfly Swimoff Heats Omaha (NE) Results Résultats EVENT NO. 2 Record Split Name NOC Code Location Date WR 56.06 26.94 SJOSTROM Sarah SWE Roma (ITA) 27 JUL 2009 AR 56.47 26.63 VOLLMER Dana USA Shanghai (CHN) 24 JUL 2011
What was the time for the 2008 Olympic Trials?
by Braden Keith 5 Change from 2008 Men’s LCM Time Event Women’s LCM Time Change from 2008 23.49 50 Free 26.39 (-.1) 51.49 100 free 57.19 1:52.89 200 free 2:03.19 (-.2) 3:59.99 400 free 4:19.39
When was polyurethane banned from the Olympic Trials?
This is the date that polyurethane suits were banned in the United States, putting all swimmers on an even playing field headed into the trials. The time standards are largely unchanged from the 2008 trials, with most of the lowered standards being on the women’s side.