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James Magnussen

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Abbiraa Thevarajah

on 7 October 2012

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James Magnussen By Abbiraa Thevarajah You probably have seen this swimmer during the Olympics before, but do you have any idea as to who this swimmer might be? James Magnussen James Magnussen shot to international fame in 2011 when he won the 100 metre freestyle at the World Championship in Shangai. At the age of 20 years, James Magnussen won the race with 47.63 seconds and in doing this he became the first Australian male swimmer to be crowned in the history of Olympics. James Magnussen's journey through to the Olympics This swimmer is Australia's amazing, legendary James Magnussen. He is the current world champion in the 100m freestyle. James Magnussen was born on the 11th of April 1991. His first Olympics was the London 2012. This swimmer has the potential to become Australia's most successful Olympian at a single Games with four medals at his mercy at London. As we all know, getting into the Olympics is not as easy as we think it is. The athletes who make it to the Olympics, have to work hard and train. As you can see James Magnussen has worked his way into the Olympics and has achieved what all Australians wanted to, and that is winning a medal of any colour and to satisfy the hard work and precious time that was used to bring James Magnussen here. Thank you for watching Good luck to the rest of the class london2012.olympics.com.au › Athletes › Swimming
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