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Marianne Limpert

Marianne Limpert
  • Born: 10/10/1972
  • Height: 179cm
  • Weight: 64kg
  • Birthplace: Matagami, Quebec

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • One of Canada’s top female swimmers during the 1990s
  • Three-time Olympian beginning in 1992
  • Throughout her Olympic career, Limpert competed in nine disciplines, achieving a top-eight finish on each occasion
  • Won silver medal in the 200-metre individual medley in 1996
  • Captured four career medals at World Aquatic Championships
  • A 10-time medallist at the Pan American Games
  • A nine-time medallist at the Commonwealth Games winning
  • In 1998, she was named Canada’s opening ceremony flag bearer for the Commonwealth Games
  • Won 11 Canadian titles during her 13-year national team career
  • Inducted in Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame in 1997

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1992 Barcelona Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingIndividual Medley 200m - Women - 6
1992 Barcelona Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x100m - Women - 8
1996 Atlanta Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x200m - Women - 5
1996 Atlanta Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x100m - Women - 7
1996 Atlanta Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingIndividual Medley 200m - Women - Silver
2000 Sydney Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingIndividual Medley 200m - Women - 4
2000 Sydney Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x200m - Women - 5
2000 Sydney Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingMedley Relay 4x100m - Women - 6
2000 Sydney Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle Relay 4x100m - Women - 7
2000 Sydney Olympic Summer GamesAquatics - SwimmingFreestyle 100m - Women - DNS
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