Brenton Rickard breaks 100m swimming stroke world record

Present the silver medals for triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice, previous world champ Jessicah Schipper and first-time being medallist Matt Targett

It acquired world records to refute both Rice and Schipper as one more five world records chop, carrying the total to 11 in two days of a rivalry in which performance-enhancing suit technology has been allowed.

Among those to fall last night was Leisel Jones' 100m swimming stroke smudge, as Olympic 200m swimming stroke champion Rebecca Soni became the first woman to smash 1:05, dipping the normal from 1:05.09 to 1:04.84.

Brenton Rickard, was extremely sure coming into Rome declaring at the national team's pre-competition press conference: "I am here to win the world championships."

He has definitely served his apprenticeship. His set of slight medals includes Olympic silver in Beijing, Commonwealth Games silver and bronze in 2006, two silver medals from the world little route championships and a silver from the Pan Pacific championships.

In eight years as a worldwide swimmer, he had never won an individual gold medal at a major championship.

So it was a long time coming, but he did it right when it did, swimming the fastest 100m breaststroke in history, 58.58sec, to break Olympic gold medallist Kosuke Kitajima's world record of 58.91sec.

Usain Bolt set new world record for 200m in 19.59 seconds

Usain Bolt ran the 200m at the Athletissima meet in Lausaunne with a time of 19.59 seconds - one tenth of a second off the world leading time set by Tyson Gay at the Reebok Grand Prix on 31st May, 2009.

In the torrential rainfall the Jamaican runner clocked just one hundredth of a second outer of the fastest time of the year set by American Tyson Gay, in his first and only European 200 meters appearance before next month's World Championships in Berlin.

Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter. Bolt holds the Olympic and world records for the 100 meters at 9.69 seconds, the 200 meters at 19.30 seconds and, along with his teammates, the 4x100 meters relay at 37.10 seconds, all set at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Bolt became the first man to win all three events at a single Olympics since Carl Lewis in 1984, and the first man in history to set world records in all three at a single Olympics.

In characteristic way Bolt left the field sprawling in his wake up as he ran a time that suggested in better circumstances, he possibly will be on form to intimidate his own world record of 19.30 set by the Beijing Olympics.

The Strongest Vagina World Record

World’s strongest vagina breaks own record lifting 14 kilos. A Russian amazing woman Tatiata Kozhevnikova of Novosibirsk, aged 42, has put a new world record for strongest vagina breaks own record lifting 14 Kilos.

She has been exercising her close strength for fifteen years, and has already made her entry into the Guinness Book of Records as the holder of the world’s strongest vagina. She developed fairly a taste for vagina strength, and now she has her exercising balls bespoke.

Tatiata Kozhevnikova advises it to all women who want to improve their sex life with her partner. “It’s sufficient to keep fit your vagina five minutes a day. Tatiana learned her lesson and had a custom barbell completed of two glass balls friendly by a safety string for her training.


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