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September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley.....
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.
SWIMMING
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September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley.....
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH RELAY TEAM.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

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September 16, 2000
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND CALLUS AFTER
WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN MEN'S...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND
CALLUS AFTER WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN ......
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATES KLIM, FYDLER AND CALLUS AFTER
WINNING GOLD MEDAL IN MEN'S 4X100 M FREESTYLE RELAY EVENT AT SYDNEY OLYMPIC
GAMES.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R),
Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new
world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000
Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes
13.67 seconds. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport REUTERS/Michael Leckel PP04010115
SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S THORPE CELEBRATES WITH RELAY TEAM.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

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SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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September 16, 2000
Australia's 4x100m freestyle relay team, (R-L) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RELAY TEAM POSES WITH GOLD MEDALS.
Australia's 4x100m freestyle relay team, (R-L) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus show off their gold medals after winning setting a new world record in the final race at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

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SPORT OLYMPICS
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September 16, 2000
13.67 and the Americans won the silver. Looking on are Australians Chris Fydler (L), Ian Thorpe and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
HALL OF U.S. SHAKES HANDS WITH AUSTRALIAN KLIM AFTER WINNING 4x100M FREESTYLE RELAY.
13.67 and the Americans won the silver. Looking on are Australians Chris Fydler (L), Ian Thorpe and Ashley Callus (2nd R).

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SPORT OLYMPICS SWIMMING
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September 16, 2000
The Brazilian 4x100 meter freestyle relay team, (R-L) Gustavo Borges, Carlos Jayme, Edvaldo Silva Filho,...
Sydney, Australia
BRAZILIAN AND AUSTRALIAN FREESTYLE RELAY TEAMS CONGRATULATE EACH OTHER.
The Brazilian 4x100 meter freestyle relay team, (R-L) Gustavo Borges, Carlos Jayme, Edvaldo Silva Filho, and Fernando Scherer congratulate their counterparts from Australia, (L-R) Chris Fydler, Ian Thorpe, Ashley Callus, and Michael Klim, after the final at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, September 16, 2000. The Australians won the gold medal and the Brazilians won the bronze.

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September 16, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S IAN THORPE CELEBRATES RELAY WIN WITH TEAM MATES.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with team mates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

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September 15, 2000
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus...
Sydney, Australia
YEAREND PICTURES 2000.
Australia's Ian Thorpe (R) celebrates with teammates Michael Klim (2nd R), Chris Fydler, and Ashley Callus (L) after winning gold and setting a new world record in the men's 4X100m freestyle relay event at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games September 16, 2000. The new record time was three minutes 13.67 seconds.

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SPORT SWIMMING AUSTRALIA
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May 19, 2000
Australia's Brett Hawke (L) hugs 2nd placed Chris Fydley after he won the men's 50 metres freestyle final...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BRETT HAWKE REACTS AFTER WINNING 50 METRES FREESTYLE FINAL IN SYDNEY AT OLYMPIC TRIALS.
Australia's Brett Hawke (L) hugs 2nd placed Chris Fydley after he won the men's 50 metres freestyle final at the Australian Open Swimming Championships and Olympic selection trials at the International Aquatic Centre at Sydney's Homebush Bay May 19. Hawke swam a new Australian record time of 22.29 seconds to qualify with Fydler for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games in September.

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September 15, 1998
Australia's 4x100m relay team pose with their gold medals at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur...
Malaysia
AUSTRALIA'S 4X100M FREESTYLE TEAM POSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Australia's 4x100m relay team pose with their gold medals at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur September 15. The team (L-R) Chris Fydler, Ian Thorpe, Ashley Callus and Michael Klim won the gold medal and set a new Commonwealth record with a time of three minutes, 17.83 seconds.

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September 15, 1998
Australia's 4x100m relay team celebrate their gold medal win at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala...
Malaysia
AUSTRALIA'S 4X100M FREESTYLE TEAM CELEBRATE THEIR GOLD MEDAL WIN.
Australia's 4x100m relay team celebrate their gold medal win at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur September 15. The team (L-R) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Ashley Callus and Chris Fydler won the gold medal with a time of three minutes, 17.83 seconds.

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September 14, 1998
Australia's gold medallist Michael Klim (C) poses with bronze-winning compatriot Chris Fydler (R) and...
Malaysia
THE MEDALLISTS FOR THE MENS 100M FREESTYLE FINAL POSE IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Australia's gold medallist Michael Klim (C) poses with bronze-winning compatriot Chris Fydler (R) and England's silver medallist Gavin Meadows at the 16th Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur September 14. Klim set a new Commonwealth record time of 49.43 seconds.

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RTRAM1J
January 19, 1998
Australian's Chris Fydler (L), Michael Klim (2nd L), Matt Welsh and Phil Rogers (R) pose with their medals...
Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN MENS 4X100M MEDLEY TEAM CELEBRATE IN PERTH
Australian's Chris Fydler (L), Michael Klim (2nd L), Matt Welsh and Phil Rogers (R) pose with their medals after winning the men's final at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. Australia won the gold medal, with United States won silver and Hungary won bronze.

SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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January 19, 1998
The gold medal-winning Australian men's 4x100 metre medley relay team (Top to Bottom) Chris Fydler, Phil...
Australia
AUSTRALIAN MEN'S 4X100 MEDLEY RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE IN PERTH
The gold medal-winning Australian men's 4x100 metre medley relay team (Top to Bottom) Chris Fydler, Phil Rogers, Michael Klim and Matt Welsh celebrate their win at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. The Australian team beat the United States with the Hungarian team third.

SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
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January 18, 1998
Jubilant members of the Australian men's 4x100 meter relay medley team celebrate with compatriot Chris...
Australia
AUSTRALIAN MENS 4X100 MEDLEY RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE IN PERTH
Jubilant members of the Australian men's 4x100 meter relay medley team celebrate with compatriot Chris Fydler (R) after winning the gold medal in the finals at the 8th World Swimming Championships in Perth January 18. The Australian team beat the United States with the Hungarian team third.

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