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August 16, 2004



wonderful profile of Natalie Coughlin in the July 5, 2004 New Yorker.


Natalie Coughlin is definitely one of my favorite swimmer. I am so happy that she got Gold Medal in 100m Backstroke Event in Olympics Game at Athens, Greece. I wish that she will be in Summer Olympics Game at Bejing in 2008 and continue study psychology in grad. school.

how do you spell anonomous?

Can't find the most recent results of Natalie Coughlins times and places in the U.S. trials; can you blog gods post it up? She's a water goddess after all.
april 15 2005

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