Who won the Olympic Swimming 2012?

Michael Phelps
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.

Who is Australia’s most successful Olympic swimmer?

Ian Thorpe and Gould are the most decorated Australian Olympic medallists in all sports. Dawn Fraser won three consecutive gold medals in 1956, 1960, and 1964 in the 100-metre freestyle, becoming the first swimmer to win any event three times.

Who was the youngest swimmer in the 2012 Olympics?

Katie Grimes
Katie Grimes becomes youngest U.S. Olympic swimmer since Katie Ledecky in 2012.

Who is Australia’s best ever swimmer?

Ian Thorpe
Ian Thorpe is Australia’s most successful Olympian of all time with a total of nine medals, (five gold, three silver and one bronze medal) from Sydney and Athens combined.

Who is the youngest swimmer in the world?

Kyoko Iwasaki of Japan won the 200m breaststroke Olympic gold medal in Barcelona, making her, at the age of 14 years and 6 days, the. youngest swimmer ever to claim an Olympic title.

Where was the Australian Swimming Championships held in 2012?

The 2012 Australian Swimming Championships were held from 15 March until 22 March 2012 at the South Australia Aquatic and Leisure Centre in Adelaide, South Australia. They double up as the national trials for the 2012 Summer Olympics .

When did Australia compete in the 2012 Olympics?

Australia competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, from 27 July to 12 August 2012.

Who is swimming for Australia in the Olympics?

Canberra-based Angie Bainbridge, in her fifth year on the national team, will attend her second Olympics in 2012 on the 4x200m freestyle relay team. She already has Olympic gold in her trophy case, having won as a heat swimmer in the women’s 4x200m freestyle relay in Beijing in 2008.

How many swimming events were there at the 2012 Olympics?

The London Aquatics Centre, designed by famed architect Zaha Hadid, hosted the swimming events during the 2012 Summer Olympics. Similar to the program’s format in 2008, swimming featured a total of 34 events (17 each for men and women) including two 10 km open-water marathons.