FORMER GATOR TORRES SETS OLYMPIC RECORDS
In winning the 100 meter freestyle at the Olympic swimming trials in Omaha, Neb. Friday night, Dara Torres became the oldest woman to ever qualify for an Olympic games.
In addition, the former Gator also set a new record by qualifying for her 5th Olympiad as she swam a time of 53.78 seconds in the final.
Meanwhile, former Gator Ryan Lochte added two more events to his Olympic itenerary by placing second in the 200 meter individual medley and 200 meter backstroke.
By Chris Price WCJB TV20 Sports
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