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  1. Natalie Anne Coughlin (Vallejo, California, 23 de agosto de 1982) es una Nadadora estadounidense ganadora de cinco medallas, dos de ellas de oro, en los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas 2004.Fue la plusmarquista mundial de los 100 metros espalda con 59,58.

    Año
    Competición
    Lugar
    Puesto
    2001
    Campeonato del Mundo
    3.ª en 50 m espalda1.ª en 100 m espalda2.
    2002
    Campeonato Pan Pacífico
    1.ª en 100 m libres1.ª en 100 m espalda1.
    2003
    Campeonato del Mundo
    1.ª en 4 x 100 m libres2.ª en 4 x 100 m ...
    2004
    1.ª en 100 m espalda3.ª en 100 m libres2.
  2. Natalie Anne Coughlin Hall (born August 23, 1982) is an American former competition swimmer and twelve-time Olympic medalist. While attending the University of California, Berkeley, she became the first woman ever to swim the 100-meter backstroke (long course) in less than one minute—ten days before her 20th birthday in 2002.

  3. 151K Followers, 308 Following, 1,595 Posts - Natalie Coughlin (@nataliecoughlin) on Instagram: "12-time Olympic medalist for USA Swimming. Vintner & co-founder of @gaderianwines.

  4. 15 de jul. de 2021 · Olympics. 12.1M subscribers. 272K views 2 years ago #Beijing2022 #Tokyo2020. 📲 Subscribe to @olympics: http://oly.ch/Subscribe A look at the Olympic achievements of twelve-time medallist,...

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  5. Dive into the remarkable story of Natalie Coughlin, a legend in the world of Olympic swimming, as she opens up about her storied career that skyrocketed her ...

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  6. Hace 4 días · Although somewhat overshadowed by the media attention given Michael Phelps, Coughlin was the top female swimmer at the 2004 Olympic Games, winning five medals, including two gold. Individually, she won the 100 metre backstroke and finished third in the 100 freestyle.

  7. La campeona de natación Natalie Coughlin es la primera mujer que gana el oro en 100m espalda en dos juegos consecutivos, Atenas 2004 y Beijing 2008.