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Swimming women 100m butterfly

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Donahue in the water

London 2012 - Team USA's Claire Donahue in the pool at the Aquatics Centre after the women's 100m butterfly final.
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Vollmer readies for action

London 2012 - Team USA's Dana Vollmer stretches ahead of taking gold in the the women's 100m butterfly. It was a second taste of gold for Vollmer, a member of the champion USA 4x200m freestyle relay team at Athens 2004.
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America's golden girl

London 2012 - USA swimmer Dana Vollmer powered to victory in the 100m butterfly, setting a world record and bagging a second swimming gold medal for America.
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Gold for Vollmer

London 2012 - Team USA's Dana Vollmer can relax after taking gold in the Women's 100m butterfly final with a world record of 55.98s.
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Vollmer makes a splash

London 2012 - women's 100m gold medallist Dana Vollmer makes a splash at the Aquatics Centre even before the race has started
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Butterfly winners on the podium

London 2012 - women's 100m butterfly bronze medallist Alicia Coutts of Australia and second-placed Ying Lu of China flank winner Dana Vollmer of the USA on the podium at the Aquatics Centre.
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Sarah Sjostrom prepares to race

London 2012 - Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden walks out to take her place in the Women's 100m butterfly final at the Aquatics Centre, in which she came fourth.
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