March 2005
Swimming World;Mar2005, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p61
This article focuses on the compilation of a list of 2004 top 10 world swimmers. This list was compiled by Nick Thierry, Secretary, International Swimming Statisticians Association © SwimNews.com . For the complete list of top 25 world and top 25 U.S. swimmers, including relays one has to check out www.SwimInfo.com . If there are any corrections to this list, one has to email: swimnews swimnews.com. Some of the women swimmers can be listed as Inge de Brujn, Lisbeth Lemon, Michelle Engelsman, Malia Metella, Therese Alshammar, Marleen Veldhuis, Kara Lynn Joyce, Jenny Thompson.


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