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Ian Thorpe led the Australian assault yesterday as the hosts pulverised their own men's 4 x freestyle relay world record at the Pan Pacific swimming championships in Sydney. The year-old, who had already set three world marks at the championships, only narrowly missed his own record as he spurred the Australian quartet to a time of seven minutes We got the result as a team and we shared the emotions tonight," Thorpe said. In other races, American Tom Malchow set a record pace for the first three laps of the men's metres butterfly final but ran out of puff in the final leg.
Malchow took the gold medal in a time of Australian veteran Susan O'Neill cruised to gold in the women's freestyle with a Commonwealth record of That time put her only 0. Meagher herself has said she will be keeping her fingers crossed for O'Neill when she makes a tilt at the record in Thursday's final. Canadian crowd favourite Joanne Malar took the gold medal in the women's metres individual medley in a personal best time of Hagiwara settled for silver in Malar also won the metres individual medley on Sunday.
But the champions were relegated to bit players by the heroics of Thorpe and the ultra-talented Australian men. Thorpe's lead-off time in the freestyle relay was Thorpe had earlier suffered his first setback of the championships when he was edged out of the freestyle final by team-mates Klim and Chris Fydler, despite finishing fourth fastest of the 16 semi-finalists. Pan Pacific rules allow only two swimmers from each nation to make the finals.
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