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Sacramento, Calif. She trained under the U.S. Olympic coach Sherman Chavoor, who required his freestyle swimmers to swim long distances to condition themselves for shorter races. At the 1967 Pan-American Games in Winnipeg, Man., Can., she set world records in the 400- and 800-metre freestyle.
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Olympic Hall of Fame. This article was most recently revised and updated by. Adam Augustyn, Managing Editor. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: Olympic Games: Mexico City, Mexico, 1968. The pool events starred Debbie Meyer of the United States, who won three gold medals.
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During the trials for the 1968. Olympic Games in Mexico City, she set world freestyle records in the 200-, 400-, and 800-metre races. Though afflicted with a severe stomach infection, the 16-year-old Meyer swam at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, refusing medicine that might.
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Swimming as an exercise is popular as an all-around body developer and is particularly useful in therapy and as exercise for physically handicapped. Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games Mexico City 1968 Olympic Games, athletic festival held in Mexico City that took place October 1227, 1968.
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American athlete Written By: Last Updated: Apr 24, 2019 See Article History Alternative Title: Deborah Elizabeth Meyer. Debbie Meyer, byname of Deborah Elizabeth Meyer, (born Aug. 14, 1952, Haddonfield, N.J., U.S.