Park Tae-hwan

South Korean swimmer

Park Tae-hwan (nicknamed "Marine boy") is a famous swimmer from South Korea. He was born in Seoul on September 27, 1989. He is the first South Korean swimmer to win a world title. He won a gold medal in the men's 400 meters freestyle final at the World Swimming Championships in Melbourne, 2007.[1] Recently, he won a medal in all seven events in which he has competed in 2010 Asian Games (three gold medals, two silver medals and two bronze medals).

Park Tae-hwan
Gold Silver Bronze
100m freestyle 1500m freestyle 4×100 m freestyle relay
200m freestyle 4×100m medley relay 4×200 m freestyle relay
400m freestyle - -

References

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  1. "Park claims 400 meters gold medal - CNN.com". edition.cnn.com.