Magnussen predicts 'sleepless nights' for rivals

Magnussen predicts 'sleepless nights' for rivals

Shanghai : China | Mar 19, 2012 at 12:00 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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Laid-back world champion James Magnussen forecast "sleepless nights" for his Olympic rivals after clocking the world's fourth fastest 100 metres freestyle at Australia's national trials. The 20-year-old's 47.10 seconds swim in Adelaide smashed his personal best of 47.49 at Shanghai last year... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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