List of swimmers

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Swimming is one of the most popular sports and activities in the world.[1][2] The following list of swimmers, each of whom has been covered in reliable sources from around the world, is divided up by country, and arranged alphabetically by surname. This list is by no means complete.

Albania Albania[edit]

Algeria Algeria[edit]

Andorra Andorra[edit]

Argentina Argentina[edit]

Aruba Aruba[edit]

Australia Australia[edit]

Austria Austria[edit]

The Bahamas Bahamas[edit]

Belarus Belarus[edit]

Belgium Belgium[edit]

Brazil Brazil[edit]

Bulgaria Bulgaria[edit]

Canada Canada[edit]

China China[edit]

Colombia Colombia[edit]

Costa Rica Costa Rica[edit]

Croatia Croatia[edit]

Cuba Cuba[edit]

Czech Republic Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark Denmark[edit]

Egypt Egypt[edit]

Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea[edit]

Estonia Estonia[edit]

Faroe Islands Faroe Islands[edit]

Fiji Fiji[edit]

Finland Finland[edit]

France France[edit]

Germany Germany[edit]

United Kingdom Great Britain[edit]

Greece Greece[edit]

Guatemala Guatemala[edit]

Hong Kong Hong Kong[edit]

Hungary Hungary[edit]

Iceland Iceland[edit]

India India[edit]

Republic of Ireland Ireland[edit]

Israel Israel[edit]

Italy Italy[edit]

Jamaica Jamaica[edit]

Japan Japan[edit]

Kenya Kenya[edit]

Latvia Latvia[edit]

Liechtenstein Liechtenstein[edit]

Lithuania Lithuania[edit]

Luxembourg Luxembourg[edit]

Madagascar Madagascar[edit]

Malaysia Malaysia[edit]

Malta Malta[edit]

Mexico Mexico[edit]

Monaco Monaco[edit]

Burma Myanmar[edit]

Netherlands Netherlands[edit]

New Zealand New Zealand[edit]

Norway Norway[edit]

Peru Peru[edit]

Philippines Philippines[edit]

Poland Poland[edit]

Portugal Portugal[edit]

Puerto Rico Puerto Rico[edit]

Romania Romania[edit]

Russia Russia[edit]

San Marino San Marino[edit]

Serbia Serbia[edit]

Singapore Singapore[edit]

Slovakia Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia Slovenia[edit]

South Africa South Africa[edit]

South Korea South Korea[edit]

Spain Spain[edit]

Suriname Suriname[edit]

Sweden Sweden[edit]

Switzerland Switzerland[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago[edit]

Tunisia Tunisia[edit]

Turkey Turkey[edit]

Ukraine Ukraine[edit]

United States United States[edit]

Uruguay Uruguay[edit]

Venezuela Venezuela[edit]

Zimbabwe Zimbabwe[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clements, Rhonda L.; Kinzler, Suzanne K. (2003). A multicultural approach to physical education. Human Kinetics. p. 137. 
  2. ^ Drinkwater, Barbara L. (2000). Women in Sport: Volume VIII of the Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine, An IOC Medical Committee Publication. Wiley-Blackwell. p. 453. ISBN 978-0-632-05084-0. 
  3. ^ "Karyn Faure". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 9 February 2012. 
  4. ^ "Olivier Fougeroud Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved 2012-02-10. 
  5. ^ "Laurence Guillou Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  6. ^ "David Holderbach Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  7. ^ "Laurent Journet Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  8. ^ "Daved Leblanc Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  9. ^ "Pascaline Louvrier Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  10. ^ "Christine Magnier Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  11. ^ "Michel Pou Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  12. ^ "Cécile Prunier Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  13. ^ "Claire Supiot Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  14. ^ "Nerijus Beiga Biography and Olympic results". Sports-Reference.com.
  15. ^ "Mindaugas Bružas Biography and Olympic results". Sports-Reference.com.
  16. ^ "Laura Petrutytė Biography and Olympic results". Sports-Reference.com.
  17. ^ "Mindaugas Špokas Biography and Olympic results". Sports-Reference.com.
  18. ^ "Dita Želvienė Biography and Olympic results". Sports-Reference.com.
  19. ^ "Swimming Record For Ann Fairlie". British Pathé. 2012-02-10. Retrieved 2012-02-10. 
  20. ^ Dubey, H.C. (1998). DPH Sports Series Swimming. Discovery Publishing House. p. 93. ISBN 978-81-7141-453-6. Retrieved 2012-02-11. 
  21. ^ Ivor, Neville; Leck, James (1977). South African Sport. Macdonald South Africa. pp. 24, 25. ISBN 978-0-7967-0008-7. 
  22. ^ "South Africa Swimming at the 1912 Stockholm Summer Games". Sports Reference LLC.
  23. ^ "Barbara Nash Biography and Olympic Results". Sports Reference LLC.
  24. ^ "Ejdervik vidare – Westrin utslagen" (Ejdervik on – Westrin eliminated, in 2006 European Championships). SVT.se. (In Swedish). August 5, 2006.
  25. ^ "Annelie Holmström Biography and Olympic Results". Sports-Reference.com.
  26. ^ "Sandra Jacobson of Sweden checks the scoreboard". GettyImages.com. March 29, 2007.
  27. ^ "Sandra Jacobson". The-Sports.org.
  28. ^ "Carin Moller". The-Sports.org.
  29. ^ "Swedish Grand Prix 3 Results & SC World Team Sep 26, 2004". SwimNews.com.
  30. ^ "Jens Petersson". The-Sports.org.
  31. ^ Swimming at the 2013 European Youth Summer Olympic Festival