Tom Malchow

Following Phelps: Carson Foster Breathed Every Stroke in 200 Fly Pool Record

Carson Foster took down the GOAT’s Texas pool record in last night’s 200 fly with a similar strategy: breathing every stroke.

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“The First Swim That Really Meant Something”: 20 Years Since Phelps’ First WR

Michael Phelps broke his first world record on March 30, 2001, taking down Tom Malchow’s 200 butterfly mark at the 2001 U.S. Nationals in Austin.

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20 Anni Fa Un 15Enne Stabilì Il WR Nei 200 Farfalla. Era Michael Phelps

Sono passati 20 anni e un giorno da quando Michael Phelps, è entrato per la prima volta nei libri di storia del nuoto con il primo WR

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Bill Yorzyk, the First Olympic Gold Medalist in Butterfly, Dies at 87

Bill Yorzyk won the Olympic gold medal in the 200 fly in Melbourne in 1956, which was the first Olympic gold medal ever offered in the stroke.

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SwimSwam Podcast: Tom Malchow on Medaling at His First Olympics

Malchow shares his experiences on international stages, including dealing with the pressure of his very first Olympic Games.

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Remembering Tom Malchow’s 200 Fly World Record 20 Years Later

June 17 marked 20 years since Tom Malchow broke the 200 butterfly world record. It was the last time the record was broken prior to the Phelps era.

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Roadmaps 2.0 – Mapping International Swim Stars: Men’s 200 Fly

As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?

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The Meet Of Tears: U.S. Olympic Trials

At every Trials, there’s a small subset of about 25 swimmers who carry a heavy burden: they miss qualifying for the Olympics by a single spot.

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Michael Phelps – The Making Of A Champion

The story of how Phelps, the winningest Olympian in history, developed into the world’s greatest swimmer.

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WATCH: Michael Phelps Wins First World Title With 200 Fly WR In Fukuoka

Relive Phelps winning his first world title at the 2001 Championships in Fukuoka, breaking the 200 fly world record for the second time in four months.

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Denys Kesyl Breaks 17-Year-Old Ukrainian Record In 200 Fly Final

Denys Kesyl broke a 17-year-old Ukrainian Record in the final of the men’s 200 fly, placing fifth overall in a time of 1:54.79.

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In viaggio con Michael Phelps e Coach Bowman: 5) SUPERARE I FALLIMENTI

Il successo non è una destinazione ma un viaggio. Continua il nostro viaggio insieme a Michael Phelps , il più grande…

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Urbanchek to be Inducted into the University of Michigan Hall of Honor

Former University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving coach Jon Urbanchek will be inducted into the Athletic Department’s Hall of Honor at a private ceremony on September 30th…

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The 8 Most Interesting Long Course U.S. Open Records

Below, we’ve looked at some of the most surprising US Open records in the books, and what they mean historically to the sport of swimming.

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ISHOF Announces Class Of 2014 Australia’s Grant Hackett Leads Group of 12

The International Swimming Hall of Fame today announced results of the International Selection Committee’s vote for the Class of 2014. Led by Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, this year’s class of 12, represents eight different nations.

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