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    Men's Swimming

    I think SA's best chance lies with Ryk Neethling and Roland Schoeman. Both are ranked at the top of the men's 100m. Besides being a great swimmer, Ryk Neethling is also really hot, but that's beside the point

    What do you think the best chances are with for your country

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    Quote Originally Posted by Protea
    Ryk Neethling is also really hot, but that's beside the point
    Whatever

    Ive heard enough from certain people to know thats a blatant lie, its not beside the point at all is it...
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    aus have some good chances of course, thorpey will win a couple no doubt, hackett is a certainty for the 1500, welsh may win 1 or 2 backstroke golds with any luck, maybe a relay gold, prolly a few others too....

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    Another good South African chance is Corney Swanepoel..hmm, wait a tick, he's representing NZ!

    He may be a bit young for these games, but look out in 2008.


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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoman
    aus have some good chances of course, thorpey will win a couple no doubt, hackett is a certainty for the 1500, welsh may win 1 or 2 backstroke golds with any luck, maybe a relay gold, prolly a few others too....
    Apparently Australia's womens team is the strongest ever, theyn should win a few.
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    yeh jones, lenton etc... theres tough competition in their events though....

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    lol, yeah. Whenever an Aussie girl breaks a WR an American seems to break it a week later!

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    yeh its happened a few times lately, lenton should go pretty well if she is in the same form as the trials, i also think shes pretty good looking for the record

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    Watch out for George Bovell - star!
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    Phelps could be the star of this Olympics. A lotof Americans think he can emulate Mark Spitz's feat of seven golds medals.

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    he could, but wont, the competition is simply too good for him to get that many golds....

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    and George Bovell wins bronze in the Men's 200m IM
    Look out for him next time.... sure he'll better himself

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    T&T on the board.

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    Well Great Britains chances were tiny to win a medal, but we won some this time! But i think the swimmer of the Olympics is Michael Phelps for sure, 6 golds arent bad you know hehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    Well Great Britains chances were tiny to win a medal, but we won some this time! But i think the swimmer of the Olympics is Michael Phelps for sure, 6 golds arent bad you know hehe
    thats a pretty far comment!
    at least he didnt get the 7 gold....

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