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OLYMPICS-SWIMMING/
RTR2ZIJE
March 18, 2012
Australia's Michael Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming...
Adelaide, Australia
Australia's Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships...
Australia's Michael Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics, in Adelaide March 18, 2012. REUTERS/Regi Varghese (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT SWIMMING OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-SWIMMING/
RTR2ZIJD
March 18, 2012
Australia's Michael Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming...
Adelaide, Australia
Australia's Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships...
Australia's Michael Klim reacts after the men's 100m freestyle heats at the 2012 Australian Swimming Championships to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics, in Adelaide March 18, 2012. REUTERS/Regi Varghese (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT SWIMMING OLYMPICS)
SWIMMING-AUSTRALIA/
RTR2IKPK
February 14, 2011
A combination picture shows Australia swimmers, (top L-R) Geoff Huegill, Libby Trickett and (bottom L-R)...
Singapore, Singapore
A combination picture shows Australia swimmers, Geoff Huegill, Libby Trickett, Ian Thorpe and Michael...
A combination picture shows Australia swimmers, (top L-R) Geoff Huegill, Libby Trickett and (bottom L-R) Ian Thorpe and Michael Klim, who all plan to return to the sport ahead of the Olympic games in London next year. Double Olympic gold medallist Klim has become the latest Australian swimmer to return to the sport after he ended his near four-year retirement on February 14, 2011. REUTERS/Staff (SPORT SWIMMING)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTX4BXQ
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - Michael Klim of Australia's men's 4 x 100m medley relay team competes...
Melbourne, Australia
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 -
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - Michael Klim of Australia's men's 4 x 100m medley relay team competes in the swimming heat at the World Aquatics Championship in Melbourne April 1, 2007. REUTERS/David Callow (AUSTRALIA)
SWIMMING-WORLD/
RTR1O60Q
April 01, 2007
Michael Klim of Australia's men's 4 x 100m medley relay team competes in the swimming heat at the World...
Melbourne, Australia
Klim of Australia's men's 4 x 100m medley relay team competes in the swimming heat in Melbourne
Michael Klim of Australia's men's 4 x 100m medley relay team competes in the swimming heat at the World Aquatics Championship in Melbourne April 1, 2007. REUTERS/David Callow (AUSTRALIA)
SWIMMING-DOPING/THORPE-REACTION
RTR1O4RO
March 31, 2007
Australia's world and Olympic champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (R) speaks to former team mate Michael Klim...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's world and Olympic champion swimmer Thorpe speaks to former team mate Klim as they watch swimming...
Australia's world and Olympic champion swimmer Ian Thorpe (R) speaks to former team mate Michael Klim as they watch the women's 50m butterfly swimming final at the World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne March 31, 2007. Australian swimming officials have demanded an explanation about the leaking of an alleged doping investigation involving retired Olympic champion Thorpe. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
WORLD-SWIMMING
RTR1NR2S
March 22, 2007
Australia's Michael Klim adjusts his goggles during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Michael Klim adjusts his goggles during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics...
Australia's Michael Klim adjusts his goggles during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne March 22, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
WORLD-SWIMMING
RTR1NQYP
March 22, 2007
Australia's Michael Klim jumps into the pool during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim jumps into the pool during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics Championships...
Australia's Michael Klim jumps into the pool during a swimming training session at the World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne March 22, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
SWIMMING
RTXOF5M
March 21, 2006
Australia's (L-R) Eamon Sullivan, Michael Klim, Brenton Rickard and Matthew Welsh hold their gold medals...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's (L-R) Eamon Sullivan, Michael Klim, Brenton Rickard and Matthew Welsh hold their gold me.....
Australia's (L-R) Eamon Sullivan, Michael Klim, Brenton Rickard and Matthew Welsh hold their gold medals for the men's 4x100 medley relay swimming final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 21, 2006.
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17GPC
March 21, 2006
Australia's (L-R) Eamon Sullivan, Michael Klim, Brenton Rickard and Matthew Welsh hold their gold medals...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Sullivan, Klim, Rickard and Welsh hold their gold medals for men's 4x100 medley relay swimming...
Australia's (L-R) Eamon Sullivan, Michael Klim, Brenton Rickard and Matthew Welsh hold their gold medals for the men's 4x100 medley relay swimming final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 21, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17GPA
March 21, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim (L), Brenton Rickard (C), Matthew Welsh (R) and Eamon Sullivan celebrate winning...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim, Rickard, Welsh and Sullivan celebrate winning gold in men's 4x100 medley relay swimming...
Australia's Michael Klim (L), Brenton Rickard (C), Matthew Welsh (R) and Eamon Sullivan celebrate winning gold in the men's 4x100 medley relay swimming final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 21, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17FEO
March 20, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim gestures after receiving the silver medal during the men's 100m butterfly swimming...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim gestures after receiving silver medal during men's 100m butterfly swimming finals at...
Australia's Michael Klim gestures after receiving the silver medal during the men's 100m butterfly swimming finals at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17F4E
March 20, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim swims during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim swims during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne
Australia's Michael Klim swims during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17F40
March 20, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim dives during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim dives during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne
Australia's Michael Klim dives during the men's 100m butterfly final at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 20, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17DSG
March 19, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim adjusts his goggles before competing in the men's 100m butterfly swimming heat...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim adjusts his goggles before competing in men's 100m butterfly swimming heat at Commonwealth...
Australia's Michael Klim adjusts his goggles before competing in the men's 100m butterfly swimming heat at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 19, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17DEY
March 19, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim (R) dives into the pool during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim dives into pool during men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats in Melbourne
Australia's Michael Klim (R) dives into the pool during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 19, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17DEU
March 19, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the Commonwealth...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim competes during men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats in Melbourne
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 19, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17DEQ
March 19, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the Commonwealth...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim competes during men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats in Melbourne
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m Butterfly swimming heats at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 19, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17DDN
March 19, 2006
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m butterfly swimming heat at the Commonwealth Games...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Klim competes during the men's 100m butterfly swimming heat at the Commonwealth Games in...
Australia's Michael Klim competes during the men's 100m butterfly swimming heat at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 19, 2006.REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SWIMMING
RTXOERY
March 18, 2006
South Africa's gold medalist Roland Schoeman, Australia's silver medalist Matthew Welsh (R) and Australia's...
Melbourne, Australia
South Africa's gold medalist Roland Schoeman, Australia's silver medalist Matthew Welsh (R) and Aust.....
South Africa's gold medalist Roland Schoeman, Australia's silver medalist Matthew Welsh (R) and Australia's bronze medalist Michael Klim (L) celebrate their win in the men's 50m butterfly swimming finals at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, March 18, 2006.
SPORT COMMONWEALTH SWIMMING
RTR17C70
March 18, 2006
South Africa's gold medalist Roland Schoeman, Australia's silver medalist Matthew Welsh (R) and Australia's...
Melbourne, Australia
Winners of men's 50m butterfly swimming finals celebrate at Commonwealth Games in Melbourne
South Africa's gold medalist Roland Schoeman, Australia's silver medalist Matthew Welsh (R) and Australia's bronze medalist Michael Klim (L) celebrate their win in the men's 50m butterfly swimming finals at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, March 18, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR174JW
March 13, 2006
Australia's Commonwealth Games swim team member Michael Klim warms up during training in Melbourne March...
Melbourne, Australia
Australia's Commonwealth Games swim team member Klim warms up during training in Melbourne
Australia's Commonwealth Games swim team member Michael Klim warms up during training in Melbourne March 13, 2006. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT AUSTRALIA
RTR1C8CK
March 12, 2006
Michael Klim of Australia licks his goggles before a team training session in Melbourne March 12, 2006....
Melbourne, Australia
Klim of Australia licks his goggles before a team training session in Melbourne
Michael Klim of Australia licks his goggles before a team training session in Melbourne March 12, 2006. The Commonwealth Games are being held in Melbourne from March 15 to 26, with over 4,000 athletes, competing in 16 sports and 24 disciplines, from all 71 nations in the Commonwealth. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT AUSTRALIA
RTR173FW
March 12, 2006
Michael Klim (R) of Australia laughs with team mates during a team training session in Melbourne March...
Melbourne, Australia
Klim of Australia laughs with team mates during a team training session in Melbourne
Michael Klim (R) of Australia laughs with team mates during a team training session in Melbourne March 12, 2006. The Commonwealth Games are being held in Melbourne from March 15 to 26, with over 4,000 athletes, competing in 16 sports and 24 disciplines, from all 71 nations in the Commonwealth. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY9B4
July 29, 2005
Australia's Michael Klim comes of the block in his heat in the men's 50m freestyle at the World Aquatic...
Montreal, Canada
Australia's Klim comes of the block in the men's 50m freestyle at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal....
Australia's Michael Klim comes of the block in his heat in the men's 50m freestyle at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 29, 2005. Klim finished 26th overall in the heats. REUTERS/Jason Reed JPM/KI
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY6XO
July 27, 2005
Australian swimmer Grant Hackett (C) walks among his teammates, including Michael Klim (L) and Leisel...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Hackett walks among his teammates at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Grant Hackett (C) walks among his teammates, including Michael Klim (L) and Leisel Jones' coach Stephan Widmer (R), after setting a new world record in the men's 800m freestyle finals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 27, 2005. Hackett took gold and set a new world record with a time of seven minutes, 38.65 seconds. REUTERS/Jason Reed JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY6XE
July 27, 2005
Australian swimmer Grant Hackett (C) walks among his teammates, including Michael Klim (L) and Leisel...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Hackett walks among his teammates at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Grant Hackett (C) walks among his teammates, including Michael Klim (L) and Leisel Jones' coach Stephan Widmer (R), after setting a new world record in the men's 800m freestyle finals at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 27, 2005. Hackett took gold and set a new world record with a time of seven minutes, 38.65 seconds. REUTERS/Jason Reed JPM/DH
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY6BZ
July 27, 2005
Australian swimmer Michael Klim (L) and Italian swimmer Filippo Magnini (R) are seen after their heat...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Klim and Italian swimmer Magnini at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Michael Klim (L) and Italian swimmer Filippo Magnini (R) are seen after their heat in the men's 100m freestyle at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 27, 2005. Magnini placed first overall in the heats. REUTERS/Jason Reed JPM/DY
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY6BV
July 27, 2005
Australian swimmer Klim and Italian swimmer Magnini remove goggles at World Aquatic Championships in...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Klim and Italian swimmer Magnini remove goggles at World Aquatic Championships in...
Australian swimmer Klim and Italian swimmer Magnini remove goggles at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australian swimmer Michael Klim (L) and Italian swimmer Filippo Magnini (R) remove their goggles after their heat in the men's 100m freestyle at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 27, 2005. Magnini placed first overall in the heats. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY6B8
July 27, 2005
Australian swimmer Michael Klim (R) comes off the blocks in the 15th heat of the men's 100m freestyle...
Montreal, Canada
Australian swimmer Klim comes off blocks at World Aquatic Championships in Montreal.
Australian swimmer Michael Klim (R) comes off the blocks in the 15th heat of the men's 100m freestyle at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal, July 27, 2005. REUTERS/Jason Reed JPM/DY
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTR15LBT
July 23, 2005
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships...
Montreal, Canada
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic ...
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Michael Klim trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 23, 2005. The swimming events begin on July 24. REUTERS/Jason Reed
SPORT SWIMMING WORLD
RTRY0ZS
July 23, 2005
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships...
Montreal, Canada
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic ...
Michael Klim of the Australian swim team trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal. Australia's Michael Klim trains in the aquatic pool at the World Aquatic Championships in Montreal July 23, 2005. The swimming events begin on July 24. REUTERS/Jason Reed
OLYMPICS AUSTRALIA PARADE
RTRXKDW
September 15, 2004
Australia's most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe and fellow swimmers participate in welcome home parade...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe and fellow swimmers participate in welcome home ...
Australia's most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe and fellow swimmers participate in welcome home parade for Australian Olympic athletes in Sydney. Australia's most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe (C) is accompanied by fellow swimmers Matt Welsh (L) and Michael Klim (R) during a welcome home parade for Australian Olympians in central Sydney September 15, 2004. Thorpe won two gold medals in Athens to add to the three he won at the Sydney games four years ago to become the first Australian to win five Olympic gold medals. REUTERS/Will Burgess
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTRWN0X
August 25, 2004
Australian Olympic swimmers Michael Klim (R) and Todd Pearson attend a party at an Athens night club...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australian Olympic swimmers Klim and Pearson atend a party at an Athens night club.
Australian Olympic swimmers Michael Klim (R) and Todd Pearson attend a party at an Athens night club August 25, 2004. Australia's swimmers are basking in Olympic glory after their best results in the pool for almost half a century with 15 swimming medals in Athens, including seven golds, to finish second on the standings behind the United States. REUTERS/John Kolesidis JK/DL
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTRVQAJ
August 19, 2004
Australia's Klim and Thorpe shout ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Klim and Thorpe shout ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 ...
Australia's Klim and Thorpe shout ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Australia's swimmers Michael Klim (L) and Ian Thorpe (2ndL) together with team members shout from the stand ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 19, 2004. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTRVOXY
August 19, 2004
Australia's Klim and Thorpe dances ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia's Klim and Thorpe dances ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 ...
Australia's Klim and Thorpe dances ahead of the evening swmming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Australia's swimmers Michael Klim (L) and Ian Thorpe (R) together with an unidentified person (C) dance in the stands ahead of the evening swimming competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 19, 2004. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTRVFQ5
August 17, 2004
Australia's swimmers who competed in the men's 4 x 200 metres freestyle relay (L to R) Ian Thorpe, Michael...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Australia team display their silver medals in men's 4x200m freestyle relay at Olympics in Athens.
Australia's swimmers who competed in the men's 4 x 200 metres freestyle relay (L to R) Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim, Grant Hackett and Nicholas Sprenger celebrate with their silver medals at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 17, 2004. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen YH/DL
OLYMPICS SWIMMING
RTRVF73
August 17, 2004
Michael Phelps of the U.S. chats with Australia's Ian Thorpe (L) at the medal ceremony for the men's...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Phelps of US and Thorpe of Australia on medal podium after 4x200m relay at Athens Olympics.
Michael Phelps of the U.S. chats with Australia's Ian Thorpe (L) at the medal ceremony for the men's 4 x 200 metres freestyle relay at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 17, 2004. Phelps led the United States to a narrow victory in the men's 4x200 metres freestyle relay on Tuesday to collect his third gold medal in four days. The Australian quartet of Grant Hackett, Michael Klim, Nicholas Sprenger and Ian Thorpe finished second. REUTERS/David Gray YH/DL
AUSTRALIA
RTRTE4N
July 10, 2004
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM IN ACTION DURING THE 100M BUTTERFLY AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM IN ACTION DURING THE 100M BUTTERFLY AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT ...
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM IN ACTION DURING THE 100M BUTTERFLY AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE. Australian Olympic swimmer Michael Klim swims the 100 metre butterfly event which he won at the Swimming Grand Prix at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre July 10, 2004. The meet is the final for the swimmers before they leave to compete at the Olympic Games in Athens next month. REUTERS/Greg White
AUSTRALIA
RTRT8CN
July 06, 2004
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM WINS MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE....
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM WINS MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE ...
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMER KLIM WINS MENS 50M FREESTYLE AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX AT BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE. Australian Olympic swimmer Michael Klim looks at the scoreboard after winning the 50 metre heat at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre July 6, 2004. The meet is the final for the Australian swimmers before they leave for the Olympic Games in Athens next month. REUTERS/Greg White
AUSTRALIA
RTRT77B
July 05, 2004
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMERS THORPE AND KLIM AFTER THEIR 100M FREESTYLE EVENT AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX 1...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMERS THORPE AND KLIM AFTER THEIR 100M FREESTYLE EVENT AT SWIMMING GRAND ...
AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC SWIMMERS THORPE AND KLIM AFTER THEIR 100M FREESTYLE EVENT AT SWIMMING GRAND PRIX 1 AT BRISBANE AQUATIC CENTRE. Australian world record holder Ian Thorpe (R) smiles after winning 100m freestyle event while Olympic team mate Michael Klim, who came second, looks on at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre, July 5, 2004. The meet is the final for the swimmers before they leave for Athens. REUTERS/Greg White
KLIM
RTXMI9V
March 30, 2004
Australia's Michael Klim swims under a lane barrier after competing in the Men's 100 metres freestyle...
Sydney, Australia
Australia's Michael Klim swims under a lane barrier after competing in the Men's 100 metres freestyl.....
Australia's Michael Klim swims under a lane barrier after competing in the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats of the Australian Olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Klim qualified 11th fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 50.51 seconds.
SWIMMING
RTXMI9U
March 30, 2004
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian...
Sydney, Australia
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australia.....
Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Pictured (L-R) are Australia's Eamon Sullivan, Italy's Massimili Rosolino, Australia's Andrew Mewing, Australia's Ashley Callus, Australia's Michael Klim, Australia's Grant Hackett and Australia's Sean Piper. Ian Thorpe qualified fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 49.52 seconds, second was Eamon Sullivan with 50.18 seconds and third was Ashley Callus with 50.20 seconds.
AUSTRALIA
RTRUYUF
March 30, 2004
MICAHEL KLIM REACTS AFTER PLACING THIRD IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEAT AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC...
Sydney, Australia
MICAHEL KLIM REACTS AFTER PLACING THIRD IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEAT AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM ...
MICAHEL KLIM REACTS AFTER PLACING THIRD IN MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEAT AT AUSTRALIAN SWIM TEAM OLYMPIC TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australian record holder Michael Klim reacts after his heat in the men's 100 metres freestyle at the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials in Sydney March 30, 2004. Klim qualified for tomorrow night's final with a time of 49.78 seconds. REUTERS/Will Burgess
SPORT SWIMMING AUSTRALIA
RTRUYFK
March 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC ...
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Michael Klim swims under a lane barrier after competing in the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats of the Australian Olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Klim qualified 11th fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 50.51 seconds. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne PP04040004
SPORT SWIMMING AUSTRALIA
RTRUYFE
March 30, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC ...
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM AFTER THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE HEATS OF THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Australia's Michael Klim looks at the results board after competing in the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats of the Australian olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Klim qualified 11th fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 50.51 seconds. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT SWIMMING AUSTRALIA
RTRUYF5
March 30, 2004
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC...
Sydney, Australia
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN ...
CONMPETITORS DIVE AT THE START OF HEAT EIGHT OF THE MEN'S 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE AUSTRALIAN OLYMPIC TEAM SWIMMING TRIALS IN SYDNEY. Competitors dive at the start of heat eight of the Men's 100 metres freestyle heats at the Australian olympic team swimming trials at the Sydney Aquatic Centre on March 30, 2004. Pictured (L-R) are Australia's Eamon Sullivan, Italy's Massimili Rosolino, Australia's Andrew Mewing, Australia's Ashley Callus, Australia's Michael Klim, Australia's Grant Hackett and Australia's Sean Piper. Ian Thorpe qualified fastest for the semi-finals in a time of 49.52 seconds, second was Eamon Sullivan with 50.18 seconds and third was Ashley Callus with 50.20 seconds. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
AUSTRALIA
RTRQQVD
November 30, 2003
MICHAEL KLIM SWIMS IN THE MEN'S 50 METRE FREESTYLE HEATS AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
MICHAEL KLIM SWIMS IN THE MEN'S 50 METRE FREESTYLE HEATS AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN ...
MICHAEL KLIM SWIMS IN THE MEN'S 50 METRE FREESTYLE HEATS AT THE
2003-2004 WORLD CUP SERIES IN MELBOURNE.
SPORT TENNIS OPEN
RTRYZNY
October 01, 2002
Australian tennis great Ken Rosewall (C) poses with former Olympic
swimming champion Kieren Perkins...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIAN TENNIS GREAT ROSEWALL POSES WITH AUSTRALIAN SWIMMERS PERKINS
AND KLIM IN SYDNEY.
Australian tennis great Ken Rosewall (C) poses with former Olympic
swimming champion Kieren Perkins (L) and former world swimming champion
Michael Klim at the launch for the 2003 Australian Open in Sydney
October 1, 2002. Rosewall will play in the Legends Event event to mark
the 50th anniversary of becoming the youngest ever winner of the men's
singles title in 1953 at 18, his victory 19 years later in 1972 also
makes him the oldest Australian Open winner. REUTERS/Mark Baker

MDB/JS
SPORT GOODWILL SWIMMING
RTR14JVI
September 03, 2001
Australia's Michael Klim celebrates winning the 200 metres butterfly at
the Sleeman Sports Complex during...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S KLIM CELEBRATES WINNING 200 METRES BUTTERFLY AT GOODWILL
GAMES IN BRISBANE.
Australia's Michael Klim celebrates winning the 200 metres butterfly at
the Sleeman Sports Complex during the Goodwill Games in Brisbane
September 3, 2001. The Australian team defeated the World All-Stars by
92 points to 57 to take the gold medal. Athletes from 69 countries are
competing at the 2001 Goodwill Games. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/RCS
SPORT GOODWILL SWIMMING
RTR14JUQ
September 03, 2001
Australia's world record holder in the 100 metre butterfly Michael Klim
(L) talks to team-mate Giaan...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S KLIM AND ROONEY TALK DURING SWIMMING COMPETITION AT
GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE.
Australia's world record holder in the 100 metre butterfly Michael Klim
(L) talks to team-mate Giaan Rooney during the womens competition
against the USA team for the gold medal at the Sleeman Sports Complex
during the Goodwill Games in Brisbane September 3, 2001. The Australian
team went on to defeat the USA team by 89 points to 60 to take the gold
medal. Athletes from 69 countries are competing at the 2001 Goodwill
Games. REUTERS/Greg White

DG/RCS
SPORT GOODWILL SWIMMING
RTR14JM9
September 02, 2001
Australia's Michael Klim gives a thumbs up after winning the 50 metre
Butterfly race against the World...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL KLIM GIVES THUMBS UP AFTER 50 METRES BUTTERFLY RACE
AT GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE....
Australia's Michael Klim gives a thumbs up after winning the 50 metre
Butterfly race against the World All-Stars during the Goodwill Games in
Brisbane September 2, 2001. Klim won ahead of teammate Geoff Huegill,
with the Australian's going on to defeat the All-Stars team 101 points
to 47 in the round-robbin event. The two teams will compete against
each other tomorrow for the gold medal. REUTERS/David Gray

DG/DL
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DS0
July 27, 2001
The Australian mens 4x200m freestyle relay team wave after winning the
gold medal and setting a new...
Fukuoka, Japan
THE AUSTRALIAN MENS 4X200M RELAY WAVE TO THEIR FANS IN FUKUOKA.
The Australian mens 4x200m freestyle relay team wave after winning the
gold medal and setting a new world record at the 9th World Swimming
Championships in Fukuoka July 27, 2001. The Australians beat their own
world record time with a new time of seven minutes 04.66 seconds. The
team are (L-R) Grant Hackett, Ian Thorpe, William Kirby and Michael
Klim.

JIR/CP
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DRZ
July 27, 2001
The Australian mens 4x200m freestyle relay team gather with their gold
medals after setting a new world...
Fukuoka, Japan
THE AUSTRALIAN MENS 4X200M RELAY TEAM POSE WITH THEIR GOLD MEDALS IN
FUKUOKA.
The Australian mens 4x200m freestyle relay team gather with their gold
medals after setting a new world record at the 9th World Swimming
Championships in Fukuoka July 27, 2001. The Australian beat their own
world record time with a new time of seven minutes 04.66 seconds. The
team are (L-R) Grant Hackett, Ian Thorpe, William Kirby and Michael
Klim.

JIR/CP
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DRO
July 27, 2001
Australian 4x200m relay team members (from L) Michael Klim, Ian Thorpe,
Bill Kirby and Grant Hackett...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA CELEBRATE WIN IN THE MENS 4X200M RELAY FINAL AT WORLD
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FUKUOKA.
Australian 4x200m relay team members (from L) Michael Klim, Ian Thorpe,
Bill Kirby and Grant Hackett pose for a team photo as they celebrate
their world record win in the final at the World Swimming Championships
in Fukuoka July 27, 2001. The team combined to slash 2.39 seconds off
the previous record, with a time of seven minutes 04.66 seconds.

MDB/CP
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DRM
July 27, 2001
Australian 4x200m relay team members (from R) Grant Hackett, Michael
Klim and Bill Kirby celebrate their...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA CELEBRATE WIN IN MENS 4X200M RELAY FINAL AT WORLD SWIMMING
CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FUKUOKA.
Australian 4x200m relay team members (from R) Grant Hackett, Michael
Klim and Bill Kirby celebrate their world record win in the final at
the World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 27, 2001. The team,
including Ian Thorpe, combined to slash 2.39 seconds off the previous
record, with a time of seven minutes 04.66 seconds.

MDB/CP
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DQY
July 27, 2001
Australia's Geoff Huegill (R) is patted on the head by compatriot
Michael Klim after setting a world...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA'S KLIM CONGRATULATES COMPATRIOT HUEGILL AFTER MENS 50M
BUTTERFLY SEMIFINAL IN FUKUOKA.
Australia's Geoff Huegill (R) is patted on the head by compatriot
Michael Klim after setting a world record in his 50m butterfly
semifinal at the World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 27, 2001.
Huegill broke his own world record with a time of 23.44 seconds.

MDB/CP
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DPG
July 27, 2001
Australia's Michael Klim looks at his 50m butterfly qualifying time
after his heat at the 9th World...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA'S KILM LOOKS AT HIS QUALIFYING TIME IN FUKUOKA.
Australia's Michael Klim looks at his 50m butterfly qualifying time
after his heat at the 9th World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July
27, 2001. Klim was the 13th fastest qualifer in the heats with a time
of 24.39 seconds, just three places from missing a berth in the
semi-finals.

JIR/RCS
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14DBX
July 25, 2001
Australia's Michael Klim gestures to his supporters following his win
in the men's 100m butterfly semifinal...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA'S KLIM GESTURES AFTER 100M BUTTERFLY SEMIFINAL WIN IN FUKUOKA
FOR WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS....
Australia's Michael Klim gestures to his supporters following his win
in the men's 100m butterfly semifinal at the World Swimming
Championships in Fukuoka July 25, 2001.

MDB/DL
SPORT SWIMMING WORLDS
RTR14CVD
July 22, 2001
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold...
Fukuoka, Japan
AUSTRALIA MENS 4X100 RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE WITH MEDALS IN FUKUOKA FOR
WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Australia's 4x100m relay team (from L) Ashley Callus, Ian Thorpe, Todd
Pearson and Michael Klim hold up their gold medals following their win
at the 9th World Swimming Championships in Fukuoka July 22, 2001. The
Netherland's were second and Germany third after original third place
finisher U.S.A. were disqualified.

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