Thursday, December 22, 2011

Happy Holidays around blueseventy

We are always thankful we get to work at a terrific company, make cool products, and get to meet amazing people all over the world. Our sponsored athletes are nothing short of incredible. Here are 2 pics wishing us Merry Christmas that were in our inbox today:
Lovely Kate Bevilaqua
Wacky Guy Crawford

Sunday, November 27, 2011

John Dahlz- Iron distance swim set

John Dahlz recently lead out of the water at Ironman Arizona with a 46:56 swim. In talking to John post-race, we asked him to share his favorite swim set for 2.4 mile prep. John says, "My favorite workout for ironman training is 800 repeats on a tight interval (ideally your threshold base interval)."

4 x 800 on 9:20(short course yards) descending 1-4 with 2 x 100 IM on 1:30 as recovery after each 800, so it's really 4 x broken 1k's.

"I like 800s because they are long enough that you can get into a rhythm, but short enough you do not get bored. The 2 x 100 IM's break up the set both mentally and physically, but still maintain your aerobic heart rate throughout the set. I think descending the intervals is key for the 800s because it gives you the confidence that you can get through a 4k main set feeling strong. Plus with the IM thrown in, the set goes by pretty quickly and with a w/u and c/d you can get a 5-6k workout in in less than 1.5 hours."

Monday, November 14, 2011

Brownlee named Brit triathlete of the year

In from Competitor magazine.

Alistair Brownlee ( blueseventy ) and Helen Jenkins named British triathlons Olympic athletes of the year.

Helen Jenkins and Alistair Brownlee were named joint-winners of the 2011 Olympic Athlete of the Year award.
See the complete press release below:
The prestigious award rounds off exceptional seasons for the two athletes who both finished the year winning their second career world titles in Beijing.

Helen Jenkins also celebrated winning the GE British Triathlon Female Elite Triathlete of the Year award, following a season which has seen her win the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship London presented by Tata Steel and finish second in Beijing, Kitzbuhel and Madrid.
Helen was also a member of the ‘Dreamteam’ in Lausanne that saw the GE Great Britain Triathlon Team win gold in the ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships in the Olympic Capital of Lausanne.
Upon receiving both awards, Helen commented: “I think it’s the third year in a row and it’s so nice that people keep voting for me.”
She added: “It’s great to be in a sport that is growing so much. It’s an honor to be in such an amazing team, there are so many people doing well at the moment, it’s amazing to be part of the sport at this time.”
On an evening aimed at celebrating Britain at its best, Alistair Brownlee was also awarded the GE British Triathlon Male Elite Triathlete of the Year for the fourth successive year.
Alistair won the Madrid, Kitzbuhel, London and Beijing legs of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series and like Helen was a member of the GE Great Britain Triathlon Team that won gold in the ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships.
When asked about the upcoming London 2012 Olympic Games he commented: “I believe I can be there, and that gives me the best possible chance to win that medal on that day.”

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Kona Pier Swim

We turned up for a morning swim at 6:30 am and it seems every pro was out for a splash in the ocean. 

Cam Brown , Lieto, Crowie, Luke Mckenzie, Joe Gambles, Rasmus, Leanda Cave, Kate Bevilaqua, Jo Lawn ... the list goes on. The pack was about 20 with about 18 of them professionals that will be in the hunt  for a top finish. 

For a group of people that are racing each other in a weeks time. They are all friends and some often train together. Being it's still a week from race day , there wasn't alot of tension. Just a group of friends going out for an early morning swim. I'm sure that will change late this week. 

we had a good swim . with the boys and girls stopping to check out the fish...Also  to see if we could touch the sand with-out blowing an ear drum.. equalising is important!!!

 Luke excited, because he had 4 espresso shots in 30 sec's.
 Kate Checking out the fish she's likely to see.
 Fraser Cartmell post swim
 The Swim Start
Being a swim company we usually don't go too far from the water, Or we dry out.
However on the odd occasion we get out for a ride .
On this particular ride i didnt see the wind once, i just dangled in the slip stream of some of the worlds best triathletes. Front = Belinda Granger and Linsey Corbin. Back = Kate Bevilaqua and Hillary Biscay.
Taking the photo = Guy "holding on for dear life " Crawford
Side shot , Same ladies getting aero.
View from " Huggo's on the rocks" just as the sun sets..... thats Kona to me.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Kona Starts Again

Its that time again.

Kona rolls around and some of us have the pleasure to head out early and do a little training "work" before the mayhem of race week rolls in.

I dropped by every-ones favourite cafe to see every-ones favourite cafe owner "Jeff" From Lava Java.
I had to take a Picture from that Famous cafe view.

next up it was time to hit the pool with some of the worlds favourite triathletes

                                           Jeff the Legend
 Next up we hit the pool for session with some of the race favourites, From right to Left .
 Linsey Corbin, Belinda Grnager, Craig Alexander, Luke McKenzie
Luke and Belinda trying to free up and legs with a little kick set
Kate , Stroke looking good.
Guy and Kate, They can actually both breathe water.. Hence no bubbles
Luke knocking out a hard pull set.
Cat Morrison Turning up in her awesome blueseventy swimsuit
Kate Bevilaqua keeping her eye on the clock....

Its been a great few days , hanging out with some of the stars of triathlon, chilling at Lava Java , Watching some amazing sunsets. Looking forward to the rest of the triathlon world to roll into town .

remember you can find us / blueseventy out of the Coffees of Hawaii Boat Tuesday through Friday mornings, At the expo Wednesday through Friday and at Bike Works in town.

See you soon

blueseventy Kona

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Spotlight on Kona - Luke McKenzie updates us on "island life"

Aloha! Time is flying out here in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and I can't believe we have already been out here for almost two weeks since the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas. Every day Kona seems to get a little busier as more and more athletes arrive. We are now inside two weeks till the biggest race of the triathlon year and it will only be a click of the fingers before we are nervously treading water in Kailua Bay ready to do battle at the world's toughest one day sporting event, the Hawaii Ironman.

We have settled in well to life here on the Big Island and the the daily routine has transitioned into a basic existence of train, eat, train,eat, nap, eat, massage, sleep ... Just how I like it! My wife Amanda and I are sharing a condo close to town with our good friend Linsey Corbin from Montana and she is definitely a fun girl to have around. Kona seems like a second home to us these days having spent not only the past six years racing this event but also mid session training camps in May and June for several years. We have built an awesome social network here and it's exciting to return each time and catch up with friends, have BBQ's and feel like we belong as part of the this special community.

My training always kicks to another gear here in Kona. I have been really pleased with the work I have produced since arriving and can feel my body hitting it's stride right on time for the race. This past Saturday I did one of my last big key training sessions leading into the race which was a race simulation. I met a group down at the pier at 6.30am including two time Hawaii Ironman champ Craig Alexander (Crowie), Mathias Hecht, Eduardo Sturla, Jo Lawn and Linsey Corbin who all lay claim to Ironman titles at races around the world. We had a seriously talented group of some of the worlds best Ironman athletes to swim the Ironman course. We also had a friend of mine from my high school days, Brett Carter join us and with his surf lifesaving background he has a serious swimming pedigree. I am sure he will be one of the first amateur athletes out of the water in this year's race. I treated the swim like I was racing and wore my Blueseventy PZ3TX with a race suit underneath. It's important to practice all aspects of the race during this simulation.

A quick transition at the pier and Crowie, Brett and I were off for a four hour ride towards Hawi. Once we hit the Queen Kaahumanu highway the wind was blowing strong from the south and we were flying along almost effortlessly at 40km/hr plus for much of the first hour. This is never a good sign for the return journey, especially when you know that the winds gain strength throughout the morning so the return trip was bound to be a tough one. We made our halfway turn just before the final climb to the town of Hawi and headed back south enjoying a crystal clear day with views of the huge volcano's Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. American Uber biker, Chris Lieto joined us for a while along the Waikoloa stretch and we enjoyed been able to keep up with him for once. The ride back from Scenic lookout was a real tough one as the wind was now in full force and the slight uphill gradient back towards the airport made for seriously tough going. This was perfect as it had really tuned into an Ironman simulation because we were riding at our race pace watts for most of the last hour.

Arriving back at the Kona Aquatic center around midday we quickly transitioned into our running shoes for the last leg of our big training day. We ran a solid 10km out towards the energy lab and let me tell you trying to run with Crowie was tough! I was determined to run with him and I managed to for all but the last 2km. We really have to thank my father Peter for his mobile aid station support out there on the Queen K as the heat and humidity were now in full affect. Our finish line was the pool and it was a very welcoming reward at the end of a tough day of training.

I hope you enjoyed a little insight to training out here in Kona preparing for Ironman. Stop by next week for another update - Race Week!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Four 70.3's in One Weekend

Another big weekend of racing saw four 70.3 races on.
and Cancun

For some it was a final Hit out before Kona in 3 weeks time.
For others it was a test to see how the body responded post 70.3 worlds.

blueseventy athletes shined in the water with the men leading out in almost every race.

70.3 Cancun saw Bryan Rhodes lead from the water
70.3 Brason saw Guy Crawford Lead from the water
70.3 Syracuse saw Erik Limkemann lead from the water

Congrats gents.. great swimming

Big Shout out to Ben Hoffman on a great race in Branson. He really showed great form winning over Matt Lieto who also put together a great race one week after  70.3 World Champs.

Boecherer and Sym took out 70.3 Cancun. Sym is having a fantastic year of racing and is rarely seen off the podium.

Aernouts and Butterfield took out 70.3 Syracuse .Butterfield is making a turn back to triathlon after being a pro cyclist and having a baby.. Seems she has only gotten faster. Definitely one to watch in the very near future.
Big congrats goes to our own Paul Ambrose , having raced almost every two weeks this summer and still placing on the podium.

Now it seems the count down is on ... Kona is on the horizon and people are getting there last week of hard training done before taper time.

Good Luck

Saturday, September 17, 2011

2011 Kona Slowtwitch Gathering

logo courtesy of the fine folks @ Endurance Conspiracy

blueseventy is pleased to be involved again in Slowtwitch's annual Ironman World Championships party. 'The Gathering' is a unique get-together for athletes and industry folks alike to mingle and chat only a few days out from our sport's biggest event. If you were not lucky enough to attend last year don't miss out!

Muscle Milk / CytoMax are hosting again at their beautiful ocean front home right on Ali'i Drive only couple miles from the finish line (trust us you gotta see this place)! Endurance Conspiracy will be assisting as well and already some fine raffle prizes have been donated from Quarq and LeMond. Beverages, food, pro athletes, music, surprises and a raffle are sure to please this year. Visit the Slowtwitch thread to RSVP! Click here to see photos from last year's event. If you're headed to the Big Island this year be sure to join us in the festivities and swing by.

The 2011 Kona Slowtwitch Gathering
Wednesday, October 5th from 4 PM to 7 PM
Muscle Milk / CytoMax house on Ali'i Drive

Thursday, September 15, 2011

70.3 Worlds

It was great day for blueseventy and our athlete Melissa Rollison

She's set the 70.3 world alight this year .
She has only been swimming for 12 months and is already one of the strongest runners in the sport or triathlon.

Come race morning it was blueseventys Leanda cave who lead from the water , quickly followed by Julie Dibens.  Rollison was 3mins down at the end of the swim.
Diben took control on the bike , but it was Rollison who was holding pace with Dibens on the bike and come T2 Rollison had only lost a matter of seconds to the bike powerhouse..

Onto the run it was Julie in First with Melissa in second.
Mellisa started taking huge amounts of time out of Dibens lead and soon enough she had taken the lead from Dibens and was running her way to her first 70.3 World Title.

Rollison made it an Aussie double with Craig "Crowie" Alexander winning the mens

In the mens it was Paul Matthews leading the blueseventy men to the line in 6th Place , with Tim Berkel and Luke Bell in 8th and 9th respectively

Big congrats to all our athletes, Pro's and AG'ers , Well done for qualifying and racing on what was a truely hard course. Hope you recover quickly.
Marines Ironman 70.3 World Championships
Las Vegas, NV, USA / September 11, 2011
1.2m swim / 56m bike / 13.1m run
Top 10 men

1. Craig Alexander (AUS) 3:54:48
2. Chris Lieto (USA) 3:58:03
3. Jeff Symonds (CAN) 3:58:42
4. Michael Weiss (AUT) 3:59:11
5. Joe Gambles (AUS) 4:00:00
6. Paul Matthews (AUS) 4:00:26
7. Raynard Tissink (RSA) 4:00:53
8. Tim Berkel (AUS) 4:02:01
9. Luke Bell (AUS) 4:04:03
10. Alessandro Degasperi (ITA) 4:05:09
Top women

1. Melissa Rollison (AUS) 4:20:55
2. Karin Thuerig (SUI) 4:26:52
3. Linsey Corbin (USA) 4:29:25
4. Heather Jackson (USA) 4:30:21
5. Joanna Lawn (NZL) 4:33:08
6. Leanda Cave (GBR) 4:33:57
7. Heather Wurtele (CAN) 4:35:36
8. Emma-Kate Lidbury (GBR) 4:36:14
9. Christie Sym (AUS) 4:36:52
10. Michelle Wu (AUS) 4:37:03 

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Janus Charity Challenge

The Janus Charity Challenge People's Choice Award is a competition between five of the sport's biggest stars and their respected charities. blueseventy is pleased to be involved with two great charities involved this year: David Thompson's World Bicycle Relief and Andy Pott's Eleonore Rocks.
David Thompson hammers in the blueseventy Elite Tri Suit

World Bicycle Relief specializes in large-scale, comprehensive bicycle programs by providing supply chain management, technical knowledge and logistics expertise to poverty relief and disaster recovery initiatives. Since it's founding in 2005, World Bicycle Relief has distributed over 75,000 bicycles and trained over 700 field mechanics. You can find out more about World Bicycle Relief here.

Professional triathlete David Thompson aka DKT races in blueseventy apparel, wetsuit, swim skin and goggles. Based in St. Paul, Minnesota David has forged strong relationships with the mid-west triathlon community always being the hometown favorite at the Life Time Fitness Minneapolis Triathlon. His focus for 2011 is the Hy-Vee 5150 Series Championships and the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series. Follow DKT at his blog.

Professional triathlete Brooks Cowan races for the blueseventy sponsored Eleonore Rocks Triathlon Team

Eleonore Rocks' mission is to make a positive impact on the lives of sick children and their families. ER donates rocking chairs and provides support to impacted families. ER directs its efforts toward the birthing units and hospital rooms in the NICU. Eagerly anticipating doing everything in ER's power to make the lives of terminally ill children and their families the best they can be. You can find out more about the Eleonore Rocks foundation here.

blueseventy is the Eleonore Rocks Triathlon Team's official wetsuit, swim skin and goggle sponsor. Made up of over forty athletes from all over the country they range from professionals to passionate fundraisers for the foundation.

Joining David and Andy are Hunter Kemper (supporting A-T Children's Project), Matt Reed (supporting the Blazeman Foundation for ALS) and Becky Lavelle (supporting Jenny's Light). Whether it’s the athlete or the charity that inspires you, a vote for your favorite competitor can make the world a better place, and the race a better race.

To show your support, simply CLICK HERE and cast your vote today! Voting ends October 1st. The $20,000 charity prize purse will be divided among all charities based on the number of votes each athlete/charity receives by the U.S. Open Triathlon in Dallas.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

London's Dextro Energy Paratriathlon.

Blueseventy Athlete and Silver medalist Lauren Steadman reports on London's Dextro Energy  Paratriathlon.

A massive Congratulations to You Lauren.. Well done. 

My race was at 4 on Sunday so i had time to fully prepare and  felt quite professional in my cycles uk kit that was kindly donated to me, i also managed to watch the men's elite, to see how they tackled the course.. but how fast were they... it was impressive! Once they'd finished their race it was time for the Paratriathlon :S nerves were high but i set all the transition area up and placed my bike in the stand and pulled on my blue seventy wetsuit which was my race, racing in the suit but it felt incredible in the water and fitted perfectly! I was ready. I went and warmed up in the Serpentine- it smelt horrid and was all green but it was warm so there was a positive side! 


The gun went and i was off, the swim is my strongest area due to my swimming background so i knew i had to gain a lead here. I was first girl out and gained a 2 min lead over the previous world champions and then through to transition was first out on the bike and lead on the bike for the next 4 laps. The bike felt comfortable to ride and i felt pride to ride the moda around the course, and with a bit training and race practise the results can be improved further! And finally came the run the last leg, i was 2 mins 50 secs behind the world champion and had a 2 min lead over the girl in third, so i pushed as hard as my legs would carry me hoping to hold onto second and get closer to girl in front, and when i crossed the line... relief passed over my body- i had done it, my second triathlon secured second in the world, it was a priceless feeling...standing on the podium was a great moment with a silver medal around my neck and the crowd cheering! However this couldn't have been achieved without all the support i received and the fantastic equipment i was supplied with to race- Thank you!

thank you again for everything you have done for me, i can't describe how grateful i am to Blue Seventy!!


Lauren Steadman

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Berkel defends Challenge Copenhagen title

Berkel beats Johnsen in dramatic and close iron-distance racing at KMD Challenge Copenhagen

The final 8 kilometres were run shoulder to shoulder as defending champion Tim Berkel from Australia and home town favorite Jimmy Johnsen of Denmark battled it out for a close and very exciting finish infront of over 100,000 spectators in ecstacy in downtown Copenhagen today.

Fast swims were followed by fast bike times, and after Jimmy Johnsen caught Tim Berkel coming into the final 8 km on the run, the two triathletes tried to do serious damage to each other's legs in the final kilometres - each trying to get the gap that would secure the win.

Finally in the last few km Tim Berkel found the extra speed and pulled away from Johnsen and got a good lead very late in the race which he held on to, to take home his second consecutive title at KMD Challenge Copenhagen. Tim's finish time: 8:11:15 included a 4 minute penalty for drafting, but a 48:24 swim, 4:33:18 bike and 2:46:16 run were enough to take the win.

"I'm over the moon to defend my title because I've never done that before. I love this beautiful city of Copenhagen and the crowd was amazing again this year. Jimmy made me work hard today, I was grinding my teeth towards the end and was going as hard as I could," the happy two time winner Tim Berkel said after the race.

Like many other pros during the race, Berkel incurred a 4 minute time penalty for drafting, but rather than deflate him he launched into run frustrated and determined to not let it hold him back.

"I was a little disappointed of the penalty. I felt good on the bike and Bastie and I rode away towards the end so the penalty was very frustrating. After I served I started running angry and ran a ridiculous pace and had to calm myself down and settle in at a slower pace. I had Jimmy and Dejan breathing down my neck, so I got my nutrition and water in and I think Jimmy had worked hard to catch me. I managed to pull away towards the end but that last 8 km is something you don't wanna do in an iron distance race," Berkel tells us.

For Jimmy Johnsen it was as close as it could be for him to win a race on home soil, but the strong Dane had to settle for second place only 35 seconds back after one of the most exciting iron-finishes of the year. Jimmy Johnsen swam 47:40, biked 4:36:55 and ran a 2:44:02 marathon. The top two athletes recognised great performances from the opponent and hugged at the finish line while third placed Dejan Patrcevic (CRO) crossed the line just in front of Danish future hope Mads Vittrup-Pedersen who took 4th with an amazing 2:38:59 marathon.

Biking powerhouse Björn Andersson (SWE) had a solid swim in 3rd position, hammered the bike for a 4:19:47 best-of-the-day bike split, but faded heavily on the run and withdrew after about 28 km of the run.

Another sub-9 win for Keat in repeat
The women's race was much less close as last year's winner Rebekah Keat from Australia hammered the course like it was 2010 and finished off with a 3:05:02 marathon to reclaim her title with a blistering 8:52:42 finish.

It was her fifth iron distance race under 9 hours, two of them in Copenhagen.

"I tried to focus on having a solid swim and not having to work too hard on the bike. I wanted to try to get my run legs back in this race and run around the 3 hours that is my level so that was great. Each lap the crowd just got bigger on the run, the second lap was good, third amazing and fourth incredible, I have never seen a crowd this big and it was fantastic today," Keat says.

"Despite my big lead late in the run I'm not the type that's backing off, it's not in me, and I always run as hard as I can. I wasn't happy with my last two 3:13'ish marathons, so I wanted to show I could run fast. I'm happy about my marathon performance today but would love to crack three hours again."

Photo credit: Paul Phillips/Competitive Image.

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Olympic selection race

Well it was an all Brownlee affair at the London ITU World Series race. 

The race that would see athletes get there first chance to qualify for there respective countries Olympic teams.
The location : , London, 
The task : , Qualify for your countries Olympic team.
The Goal:  For most athletes it was to make the top ten and be the first or second of your countrymen/woman in order to Qualify. 

For Great Britain , you had to finish in the top 3 overall...Not an easy task unless your last name is Brownlee!!

Blueseventys Alistiar Brownlee took the win over  Alexander Brukhankov (RUS)  and younger brother Jonathan Brownlee 

Alistair was off the front on the bike , which is highly unusual for the main pack to let the fastest runner in the field get away. 
I guess with Olympic spots on the line , the goal of winning the race becomes second to the goal of coming top 10 and securing your spot. 

Words from Alistair
“It was great, I couldn’t have asked for more,” Brownlee said. “I think it stayed at 10 or 15 seconds for a couple of laps and then it just went 30, 45, 60, I couldn’t quite believe it to be honest. I knew that we were in danger of being attacked on the bike and I think to be honest me being away served its purpose better than anything.”

Well done Al... Great race
Well done to all the qualifying athletes from all nations. 

Sunday, July 31, 2011

All the medals from the pool at the FINA 14th Swimming World Champs.

The World Champs has finally come to an end after a couple of fantastic weeks of competition, suitably ended with the smashing of the 10 year old 1500m free record held by Grant Hackett by Chinas Sun Yang (that dude can SWIM! - his last 50m was faster than most of the 200 free final splits!)

We like to look back over the pool results and well, looking up results is a time consuming (but enjoyable) job.  So in case you like pouring over times like we do, we'd throw it all on one page for you. Nice and easy. If you want the splits - you can get all the down and dirty details from FINA's results page

Male swimming-50m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold CIELO Cesar Brazil 21.52
Silver Luca Dotto Italy 21.9
Bronze Alain Bernard France 21.92
Female swimming-50m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Therese Alshammar Sweden 24.14
Silver Kromowidjojo Netherlands 24.27
Bronze Marleen Veldhuis Netherlands 24.49
Male swimming-50m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Liam Tancock United Kingdom 24.5
Silver LACOURT Camille France 24.57
Bronze Zandberg South Africa 24.66
Female swimming-50m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold ZUEVA Anastasia Russia 27.79
Silver Aya Terakawa Japan 27.93
Bronze Melissa Franklin USA 28.01
Male swimming-50m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold FRANCA DA SILVA Felipe Alves Brazil 27.01
Silver SCOZZOLI Fabio Italy 27.17
Bronze VAN DER BURGH Cameron South Africa 27.19
Female swimming-50m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold HARDY Jessica  USA 30.19
Silver EFIMOVA Yuliya  RUS 30.49
Bronze SONI Rebecca USA 30.58
Male swimming-50m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold CIELO Cesar Brazil 23.10
Silver Matthew Targett Australia 23.28
Bronze Geoff Huegill Australia 23.35
Female swimming-50m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Inge Dekker Netherlands 25.71
Silver Therese Alshammar Sweden 25.76
Bronze Melanie Hennique France 25.86
Male swimming-100m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Jammes Magnussen Australia 47.63
Silver Brent Hayden Canada 47.95
Bronze William Meynard France 48.00
Female swimming-100m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Ottesen Jeanette Denmark 53.45
Gold Herasimenia Aliaksandra Belarus 53.45
Bronze Kromowidjojo Ranomi Netherlands 53.66
Male swimming-100m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold LACOURT Camille France 52.76
Gold STRAVIUS Jeremy France 52.76
Bronze IRIE Ryosuke Japan 52.98
Female swimming-100m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold ZHAO Jing China 59.05
Silver ZUEVA Anastasia Russia 59.06
Bronze COUGHLIN Natalie USA 59.15
Male swimming-100m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold DALE OEN Alexander Norway 58.71
Silver SCOZZOLI Fabio Italy 59.42
Bronze Cameron VAN Der Burgh South Africa 59.49
Female swimming-100m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Soni Rebecca USA 01:05.1
Silver JONES Leisel Australia 01:06.2
Bronze Ji Liping China 01:06.5
Male swimming-100m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold PHELPS Michael USA 50.71
Silver Konard Szerniak Poland 51.15
Bronze Tyler McGill USA 51.26
Female swimming-100m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold VOLLMER Dana USA 56.87
Silver Coutts Alicia Australia 56.94
Bronze LU Ying China 57.06
Male swimming-200m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold LOCHTE Ryan USA 01:44.4
Silver PHELPS Michael USA 01:44.8
Bronze BIEDERMANN Paul Germany 01:44.9
Female swimming-200m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Federica Pellegrini Italy 01:55.6
Silver Kylie Palmer Australia 01:56.0
Bronze Camille Muffat France 01:56.1
Male swimming-200m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold LOCHTE Ryan USA 01:53.0
Silver IRIE Ryosuke Japan 01:54.1
Bronze CLARY Tyler USA 01:54.7
Female swimming-200m Backstroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Melissa Franklin USA 02:05.1
Silver Belinda Hocking Australia 02:06.1
Bronze Sharon Van Rouwendaal Netherlands 02:07.8
Male swimming-200m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold GYURTA Daniel Hungary 02:08.4
Silver KITAJIMA Kosuke Japan 02:08.6
Bronze VOM LEHN Christian Germany 02:09.1
Female swimming-200m Breaststroke Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Soni Rebecca USA 02:21.5
Silver Yuliya Efimova Russia 02:22.2
Bronze Martha McCabe Canada 02:24.8
Male swimming-200m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Michael Phelps USA 01:53.3
Silver Takeshi Matsuda Japan 01:54.0
Bronze Wu Peng China 01:54.7
Female swimming-200m Butterfly Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Jiao Liuyang China 2.05.55
Silver Ellen Gandy United Kingdom 2.55.59
Bronze LIU Zige China 02:05.9
Male swimming-200m Individual Medley Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold LOCHTE Ryan USA 01:54.0
Silver PHELPS Michael USA 01:54.2
Bronze Laszlo Cseh Hungary 01:57.7
Female swimming-200m Individual Medley Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold YE Shiwen China 02:08.9
Silver Alicia Coutts Australia 02:09.0
Bronze KUKORS Ariana USA 02:09.1
Male swimming-400m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Park Tea Hwan Republic of Korea 03:42.0
Silver Sun Yang China 03:43.2
Bronze BIEDERMANN Paul Germany 03:44.1
Female swimming-400m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold PELLEGRINI Federica Italy 04:02.0
Silver ADLINGTON Rebecca United Kingdom 4:04:01
Bronze MUFFAT Camille France 4:04:06
Male swimming-400m Individual Medley Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold LOCHTE Ryan USA 04:07.1
Silver CLARY Tyler USA 04:11.2
Bronze Yuya Horihata Japan 04:12.0
Female swimming-400m Individual Medley Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold BEISEL Elizabeth USA 04:31.8
Silver MILEY Hannah United Kingdom 04:34.2
Bronze RICE Stephanie Australia 04:34.2
Female swimming-800m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold ADLINGTON Rebecca United Kingdom 08:17.5
Silver Lotte Friis Denmark 08:18.2
Bronze Kate Ziegler USA 08:23.4
Male swimming-800m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Sun Yang China 07:38.6
Silver Ryan Cochrane Canada 07:41.9
Bronze Gergo Kis Hungary 07:44.9
Male swimming-1500m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Sun Yang China 14:34.1
Silver Ryan Cochrane Canada 14:44.5
Bronze Geogo Gis Hungary 14:45.7
Female swimming-1500m Freestyle Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Lotte Friis Denmark 15:49.6
Silver Kate Ziegler USA 15:55.6
Bronze Li Xuanxu China 15:58.0
Male swimming-4×100m Medley Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold USA USA 03:32.1
Silver Australia AUS 03:32.3
Bronze Germany GER 03:32.6
Female swimming-4×100m Medley Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold USA USA 03:52.4
Silver China China 03:55.6
Bronze Australia Australia 03:57.1
Male swimming-4×100m Freestyle Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Australia Australia 03:11.0
Silver France France 03:11.1
Bronze USA USA 03:12.0
Female swimming-4×100m Freestyle Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold Netherlands Netherlands 03:34.0
Silver USA USA 03:34.5
Bronze Germany Germany 03:36.0
Male swimming-4×200m Freestyle Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold USA USA 07:02.7
Silver France France 07:04.8
Bronze China China 07:05.8
Female swimming-4×200m Freestyle Relay Final  
Medal Athlete Nac Result
Gold USA USA 7.46.14
Silver Australia Australia 7.47.42
Bronze China China 7.47.66