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[Visitor (120.204.*.*)]answers [Chinese ]Time :2021-09-19
Swimming is a very popular sport, because it is very exciting, take Sun Yang, the average person feel that the chances of winning the championship is very small, but you know, sports is competitive, no one knows who the next champion is, so it will be so charming. Now, follow the little ones to get to know the world's top 10 swimmers.

10. Kirstina Aguelsegui

Kirsty Aguelsegui
Kirsty Agelsegui, the greatest Hungarian Olympic champion in modern history, is 10th on the list. In nearly 17 years, she has set a world record of 200 meters, and in her career, Kirsty Aguelsegui is the only female athlete to win five gold medals in the individual Olympic swimming event. She started her international swimming competition at the age of 13 and became the youngest women's swimming champion at the Olympics the following year.

9. Alexander Popov

Alexander Popov
Alexander Popov is currently training as a swimmer at the University of Canberra in Australia, coached by Tulecki, but is a member of the Russian national swimming team. When Popov won the men's 100-meter freestyle at the Atlanta Olympics, he made history -- becoming the first athlete since 1920 to win two consecutive gold medals in the event. He is currently a member of the International Olympic Committee and retired in January 2005.

8. Jenny Thompson

Jenny Thompson
Jenny Thompson, one of the best swimmers of all time, is an undisputed sports star who was well-deservedly ranked with 12 medals at the 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics. Her achievements included eight gold medals, and in 1991 she won her first title at the age of 18.

7.Matt Biondi

Matt Biondi
Matt Biondi, who had a great swimming record when he was a high school student, has undoubtedly become one of the world's top swimmers. In 1985, he became the first man to swim more than 49 seconds in the 100-meter freestyle, until 1988, when he won 10 times in the 200, 100 and 50-meter freestyle and 100 butterfly events.

6. Michael Gross

Michael Gross
Born in Germany, Michael Gross is the best swimmer in the 200m butterfly. From 1981 to 1988, he was the "king" in the field, setting four world records and winning four European titles, two world titles and an Olympic gold medal. He also won 15 gold medals at the European Championships, the result of his re-election as Germany's Athlete of the Year from 1982 to 1984 and 1988. In 1995, he was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame.

5. Debbie Meyer

Debbie Meyer
Debbie Meyer is the first woman to win three freestyle gold medals in a single Olympics, even after four decades of retirement. Despite her asthma, she broke 20 world records and 24 U.S. records, boosting her career. She also won 19 titles at the U.S. Amateur Athletics Federation and was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in 1986, making her undoubtedly the greatest women's long-distance swimmer of the 1960s.

4. Johnny Weissmer

Johnny Weissmer
Johnny Weissmer is considered the best swimmer of the 20th century because of his competitive swimming prowess. During his 47-year swimming career, he set 51 individual world records, won 52 national championships, 67 world championships and 94 individual records. He also holds the record for swimming 100 meters in less than five minutes and 400 meters in 58.6 seconds.

3. Ian James Thorpe

Ian James Thorpe
Ian Thorpe, a five-time Olympic champion and Ian Thorpe, a freestyle expert, has been nicknamed "Thorpedo" or "Thorpey". With 11 world championship gold medals, he deserves to be third among the top 10 greatest swimmers, and Ian is the first to be named Swimmer of the Year, having been named Australian swimmer for four consecutive years from 1999 to 2003. Prior to his retirement in November 2006, he dominated the 400m freestyle and was a leader in all the famous swimming events.

2. Mark Spitz

Mark Spitz
Mark Spitz was the "Golden Boy of Swimming" and was the most famous athlete at the 1968-1972 Swimming Championships. During that time, he won nine Olympic gold, silver and bronze medals, 31 U.S. Amateur Sports League titles, five U.S. golfers and eight National Collegiate Athletic Association titles. He also set 35 world records in 1969, 1971 and 1972.

1. Michael Phelps

Michael phelps
Phelps became the world's best swimmer with 22 medals and 39 world records, and the 28-year-old retired U.S. swimmer is the most honored Olympian of all time. In addition, he has won 71 medals in major international long-distance competitions, and was named U.S. Swimmer of the Year and 2012 Swimmer of the Year for his record-breaking performance and global title.
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