Friday, August 3, 2012

Ranomi Kromowidjojo Earn Gold

Dutch swimmer bloody Java, Ranomi Kromowidjojo, won gold at the 2012 London Olympic 100m freestyle individual women, this Friday early morning at the Aquatics Centre, London.

Coming from behind in fourth position in the first round, The Flying Dutchwoman spur-meter meter kayuhannya at last, to surpass his opponents and finally won this number with a time 53.00 seconds.

Note the time this is a new Olympic record. The day before the Olympic record Ranomi also improve on this number in the semifinals.

Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus, who became world champion last year to get the silver with a time of 53.38 seconds, while the Chinese swimmer Tang Yi won bronze after posting a travel time of 53.44 seconds.

U.S. teenage stars Missy Franklin shines again unable to win a medal for being in the top five.

Reuters says, Ranomi Kromowidjojo became the first Dutch woman who won the prestigious sprint Inge de Bruijn since mastered at the 2000 Olympics.

Quoting Radio Netherlands, Ranomi back bears the name of Java, because his ancestors came from Java, who went to Suriname in the late 19th century. His father was born in Suriname who come to the Netherlands so Suriname became independent in 1975.

Ranomi live in Sauwerd, North Holland. His name starts soared in 2005 when it won the bronze medal in the 50 meter freestyle Junior European Championships. At the 2006 European Championships in Budapest, she won silver in the 4x100m freestyle relay.

His name starts worldwide when she appeared at the World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, after the Dutch relay team won bronze 4x100m freestyle.

Soon after the 2008 Beijing Olympic gold he donated to his country of the 4x100m freestyle relay number with Inge Dekker, Femke Heemskerk and Marleen Veldhuis, also broke the world record of 3 minutes 33.76.

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