When Inky, AKA Inge De Bruijn, Reinvented Herself & Wrote New Chapter In Sprinting

Inge de Bruijn waved farewell to Olympic waters in 2004 with 4 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Today marks the day when Inge De Bruijn, of The Netherlands, claimed the second of three gold medals at Homebush, her 100m freestyle the weakest of her trio of victories in terms of the might and muscle of the time on the clock relative to the four Olympic cycles that would follow. She was 27 and she changed pace and perspective of women’s sprinting

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Today marks the day when Inge De Bruijn, of The Netherlands, claimed the second of three gold medals at Homebush, her 100m freestyle the weakest of her trio of victories in terms of the might and muscle of the time on the clock relative to the four Olympic cycles that would follow. She was 27 and she changed pace and perspective of women’s sprinting

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aswimfan

In terms of quality of swimming and the superstars Hall of Famers they produced, Sydney Olympics is way up there.

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