Stephanie Rice

Australia - QLD

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Heralded as Australia's "Princess of the Pool", Stephanie Rice has emerged from the Beijing Olympics as a genuine sports star.
Not just content with winning three Olympic gold medals at the Games, but she also broke the world record - three times!
With her in-pool success just recently behind her, Stephanie's popularity is set to explode and her journey as
one of Australia's sweet-hearts is set to continue.

Beijing Olympic Results:
GOLD - 400m Individual Medley (World Record)
GOLD - 200m Individual Medley (World Record)
GOLD - 4x200m Freestyle Relay (World Record)
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