50m Freestyle Men - Atlanta 1996 Swimming | Throwback Thursday
Back in 1996, the Men's 50m Freestyle became a tight and thrilling competition where Russian swimmer Alexander Popov repeated his success from Barcelona 1992 and defended his gold medal whereas silver and bronze where separated by only 3 hundredths of a second. Relive the full event from the Summer Olympics in Atlanta 🥇 Aleksandr Popv (22.13) 🇷🇺 🥈 Gary Hall (Jr) (22.26) 🇺🇸 🥉 Fernando Scherer (22.29) 🇧🇷 What is your favorite Olympic moment of all time? Let us know in the comments below and it might be featured in the next #ThrowbackThursday! Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here & hit the bell! 🔔 http://oly.ch/Subscribe Visit the official Olympics website for everything you need to know about the Games: http://oly.ch/Olympics
USA Set New 4x100m Freestyle Relay Olympic Record - Atlanta 1996 Olympics
In a close race team USA took the gold medal with China in second and Germany winning the bronze medal in the women's 4x100m freestyle relay event. They set a new Olympic record was set at 3:39.29 at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. Subscribe to the Olympics here & hit the bell! 🔔 http://oly.ch/Subscribe Amy Van Dyken was a top performer in the women's swimming competition at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. She would still need a strong team to take through to another Olympic gold medal. With team-mates Angel Martino, Catherine Fox and Jenny Thompson she had just that.
Claudia Poll defeats Van Almsick - Women's 200m Freestyle | Atlanta 1996 Olympics
Highlights from the Women's 200m Freestyle event as Claudia Poll wins Gold during the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. Athletes featured in this video : VAN ALMSICK Franziska, Germany : http://www.olympic.org/swimming-200m-freestyle-women http://www.olympic.org/atlanta-1996-summer-olympics http://www.olympic.org/germany For more Olympic videos go to http://www.youtube.com/olympic and visit the official website of the Olympic Movement at http://www.olympic.org for all information on Olympic Games, Sports and Athletes, National Olympic Committees and Olympic News.