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August 18, 2004
Australian Henry is congratulated by Dutch de Bruijn after breaking a world record in the women's 100...
Athens, Greece
Australian Henry is congratulated by Dutch de Bruijn after breaking a world record in the women's ......
Australian Henry is congratulated by Dutch de Bruijn after breaking a world record in the women's 100 metres freestyle semi-final at the Athens 2004 Olympics. Australia's Jodie Henry (L) is congratulated by Inge de Bruijn (L) of the Netherlands after breaking a world record in the women's 100 metres freestyle semi-final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 18, 2004. Henry set a world record of 53.52 seconds for the women's 100 metres freestyle on Wednesday and sliced 0.14 seconds off the previous mark of 53.66 set by her compatriot Libby Lenton at the Australian championships earlier this year. REUTERS/David Gray
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