Brian Cazeneuve's Medal Stand

April 2007
Sports Illustrated;4/2/2007, Vol. 106 Issue 14, p80
A list of winners at the 2007 World Swimming championships is presented. France's Laure Manaudou broke Janet Evans' world record in the 400-meter freestyle. China's Guo Jingjing is the first diver to win the same event at four straight world championships. Korea's Park Tae-Hwan won the 400 freestyle event, beating Australian Grant Hackett.


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