Photos From Olympic Swimming Day 8

By Michael Collins

Here are photos from the final day of swimming competition. Move your cursor over each photo for a description.



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400 Medley Relay excahnge between Lenny Krayzelburg and Ed Moses. Moses had the fastest breaststroke relay split ever, breaking 1:00.00.

Medley Relay exchange between Ian Crocker and Gary Hall Jr. on the way to a new world record.

The American foursome of Lenny Krayzelburg, Ed Moses, Ian Crocker, and Gary Hall Jr. celebrate setting a new world record on their way to the gold medal in the 400 Medley Relay.

Ian Crocker at the press conference following the world record medley relay performance.

Amy Van Dyken before the 50 Free final.

De Bruijn before the 50 Free Final.

Womens 50 free start

Grant Hackett just before his 1500 victory.

Grant Hackett is pumped after his 1500 performance.

Grant Hackett looks up after his 1500 victory.

Perkins, Hackett, and American Chris Thompson on the awards stand for the 1500 Free

Grant Hackett interviewed after his 1500 victory.

The relay exchange between BJ Bedford and Megan Quann.

A happy BJ Bedford, sporting red, white and blue hair, after being part of the world record setting USA Medley Relay team.

Chris Thompson is happy with his bronze medal and new American record in the 1500 - 14:56!

The USA women on the stand to accept gold for the 400 Medley Relay.

The USA women celebrate winning the medley relay in world record time. All four swimmers had faster splits than any other team.

Kieren Perkins interview after his silver medal performance in the 1500.

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