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Michael Phelps Broke the World Record for 100m Butterfly

Written by OGB   
Thursday, 09 July 2009 19:54

Michael Phelps broke the world recordThe multiple Olympic champion Michael Phelps broke the world record Thursday in the 100m butterfly mark to 50.22 seconds in the National Swimming Championships United States, which is disputed and is in Indianapolis for the World Cup qualifier in Rome.

Phelps broke his previous record of 50.40 from his compatriot Ian Crocker, established July 30, 2005 at the World Championships in Montreal.

In this day, the 'Kid Baltimore' was his fifth individual world record after staying in the Olympic Games in Beijing-2008 marks the orbital styles 200 m, 200 m butterfly, 200 m and 400 m free styles.

The U.S. had imposed in the 100m butterfly in Beijing and Athens-2008-2004, but without managing to impose a new world record, which until then belonged to Crocker.

Second proof of Tyler McGill arrived with a time of 51.06 and Aaron Peirsol third with 51.30.

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