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Jendrick went on to win gold medals in the 100-meter breaststroke (setting an American record) and 4×100-meter medley relay (setting a World record), and subsequently she was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine, becoming one of a small number of women to be honored as such.UNITED KINGDOM The Times David Brown May 1 2017 The Times The Jehovah’s Witnesses should be forced to hand over a secret dossier of followers accused of child sexual abuse, a senior barrister said yesterday.The club: Cipriana Quann, 27, was walking into the nightclub Verboten (pictured) on May 2 when she allegedly got in the way of a police officer who was trying to arrest a drug suspect. I am a woman,' she reportedly told the officer after he allegedly pushed her from behind Twins: Bloggers TK Quann (left) and Cipriana Quann (right) are pictured at an even earlier this month.Pressure for the organisation to be included in the official inquiry into child abuse has intensified after it was revealed that details of alleged abusers were kept by the church in Australia and America.
Meanwhile, Sarah Poewe, the fastest qualifier for the final, trailed behind her teammate by three-tenths of a second in .85.
Her first event at Sydney 2000 was the 4x100m freestyle, held on the very first day of the swimming competition.
Taking over from Amy Van Dyken on the second leg, Torres swam an ultra-fast 53.51, with team-mates Courtney Shealy and Jenny Thompson maintaining the pace as the USA quartet stopped the clock in a world-record time of .61, a full 1.3 seconds faster than the previous best set by China in 1994.
Quann, is an American former competition swimmer, former world record-holder, and fitness columnist. Jendrick is married to American author Nathan Jendrick.
She won two gold medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics and a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Open champion, seven-time masters world record-holder, and fifteen-time U. Jendrick first made her mark on the swimming world in 1998.