Friday, March 30, 2007
Natalie Coughlin On Form In Melbourne
Natalie Coughlin upstaged the three fastest women in history to post the quickest time for the women's 100 metres freestyle at the world championships.
The American won her morning heat in a slick 54.04 seconds to head a distinguished list of qualifiers for Thursday evening's semi-finals in one of the most anticipated races of the championships.
Coughlin is in devastating form after breaking her own world record for 100 backstroke on Tuesday but is up against the three fastest women sprinters of all time.