Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Marieke Guehrer

Marieke Katherine Guehrer (born 9 February 1986) is an Australian swimmer who is the world record holder in the 50 metres butterfly short course. She clocked 24.99 seconds. After her breakout meet in late 2008, Guehrer broke her personal best times in several events, also breaking the short course 50 m butterfly world record. At the 2009 Telstra Aus trials, she earned an individual spot in the 100 m freestyle clocking 54.28 along with a spot on the 4x100 m Freestyle relay team. The next day she clocked 25.60 s in the 50 m Butterfly, easily making the qualifying time and becoming the third fastest in history in that event, after some thunderous times posted in the semi-finals, the fasted qualifiers failed to match their times in the final, and Guehrer won gold. At the 2009 World Aquatics Championships, Guehrer picked up her first medal on day one with a bronze medal in the 4x100 m freestyle relay. With a tremendously fast semi-finals in the 50 m Butterfly, from lane 6 Guehrer caused an upset capturing gold. At the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Guehrer won silver in the 50m butterfly final to Francesca Halsall and won gold in the 4 by 100 freestyle relay.

Marieke Guehrer Happiness Expression

Marieke Guehrer Swim Type

Marieke Guehrer Bikini Fashion On The Pool

Marieke Guehrer Showing He Medals

Marieke Guehrer On The Pool

Marieke Guehrer On Her Speach

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