Swimmers recieve their medals after the women's 400 metres freestyle event at the Montreal Olympics, July 1976. Left to right: Shirley Babashoff of the U.S.A. (bronze), Petra Thumer of East Germany (gold) and Shannon Smith of Canada (silver). (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Montreal 1976-Swimming-200 m Breaststroke-HENCKEN (USA) 2nd, WILKIE (USA) 1st, COLELLA (USA) 3rd.
1976: John Naber stands in the pool and reacts to setting a world record at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada. Mandatory Credit: Tony Duffy /Allsport
KORNELIA ENDER OF GERMANY DURING
1976: Kornelia Ender of the German Democratic Republic takes a break during the swimming competition at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Canada. Ender became the World's greatest women swimmer in the Games of 1976 where she won four gold medals and two silver medals to add to the three she took during the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany. Her most breath taking feat came in Montreal when twenty minutes after taking the 100 metre butterfly title and equalling her own world record, she also won the 200 metres free style title in a new world mark. Mandatory Credit: Allsport UK/Allsport