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ANTHONY NESTY SURINAM GOLD

21 SEP 1988: ANTHONY NESTY OF SURINAM COLLECTS HIS GOLD MEDAL AFTER CLAIMING VICTORY IN THE MENS 100 METRES BUTTERFLY IN SEOUL. NESTY WON THE GOLD WITH AN OLYMPIC RECORD SETTING TIME OF 53.00 SECONDS.
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USA 4x200 FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM

21 SEP 1988: MATT BIONDI (IN WATER) AND TROY DALBEY OF THE UNITED STATES PERFORM A HIGH FIVE AFTER CLAIMING VICTORY IN THE FINAL OF THE 4x200 METRE FREESTYLE RELAY AT THE 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS. THE OTHER MEMBERS OF THE WORLD RECORD BREAKING TEAM WERE MATTHEW CETLINSKI AND DOUGLAS GJERTSEN.
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SWIMMING RELAY TEAM USA OLYMPICS

21 SEP 1988: TROY DALBEY , MATTHEW CETLINSKI , DOUGLAS GJERTSEN AND MATT BIONDI , THE UNITED STATES 4x200 METRES FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM CELEBRATE AFTER WINNING THEIR GOLD MEDAL AT THE 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS. THE USA WON THE GOLD IN A WORLD RECORD SETTING TIME OF 7:12.51 MINUTES.
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OTTO EAST GERMANY SWIMMING FINAL

19 SEP 1988: KRISTIN OTTO (SECOND FROM LEFT) OF EAST GERMANY DIVES INTO THE POOL DURING THE FINAL OF THE WOMENS 100 METRES FREESTYLE AT THE 1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS. OTTO WON THE GOLD MEDAL IN A TIME OF 54.93 SECONDS.
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Kristin Otto of East Germany punches the air after winning the 100 Metres Freestyle event

17 Sep 1988: Kristin Otto of East Germany punches the air after winning the 100 Metres Freestyle event at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. \ Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport
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Janet Evans

1988: Janet Evans competes in the first 400m IND Medley during the Seoul Olympics in Seoul, Korea. Mandatory credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport
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