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INDIANAPOLIS -- Since becoming the youngest American male swimmer to qualify for the Olympics in 68 years Saturday night, Michael Phelps sprouted three inches and smashed five more age-group records.
Actually Phelps is still a gangly 6-foot-3, and he didn't set any records by finishing 20th in his 200-meter individual medley race Sunday in the U. Olympic trials at the Indiana University Natatorium.
She was honored for her extraordinary streak of Olympic appearances at the 1968 Mexico City Games, where she became the first woman to carry the U. Nicknamed “Chicken Legs” for her lanky build, track speedster Allyson Felix ’08 took home her first Olympic gold medal for running a leg on the 4×400-meter relay team in Beijing in 2008.
She went on to capture three more golds at the 2012 London Games, individually for the 200-meter race, and as part of the 400- and 1600-meter relay teams.
The swim meet,at the William Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine, will benefit NEGU Foundation and Joy Jars.
"Girls hit puberty much earlier than boys," said Gabe Mazurkiewicz, who coached two teenage sisters, Dana and Tara Kirk, in the Olympic trials.
"They gain strength faster but still have their small bodies.
Phelps lowered his personal best three times this week, and his finals time of .48 made him the fourth-fastest American ever and the eighth-fastest in the world this year. "How much I don't know." No one knows how fast Phelps can go, partly because he is such an anomaly.
While barely-pubescent women Olympic swimmers are commonplace, including 16-year-old Megan Quann and 17-year-old Kaitlin Sandeno this year, boys usually have to wait until their late teens or early 20s to have a legitimate shot at qualifying.