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Ian Thorpe Timeline
⟶ Updated 22 Nov 2018 ⟶
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Ian Thorpe Was Born In Milperra
Ian started secondary schooling and switched coaches to join his sister with Doug Frost
Ian's sister was selected for the 1995 Pan Pacific Championships in Atlanta
Ian competed at his first Australian Age Championships placing third in the 200m and 400m freestyle
Ian competed at his first international compettion, the 1997 Pan Pacific Championships caliming 2 silvers
Ian competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, with 3 gold and 2 silver medals and 2 world records he was named most succesful athlete at the games.
Ian competed in the Commowealth Games as well as the Pan Pacific Championships. At the Commonwealth Games he won 6 gold medals and at the Pan Pacific Championships he won 5 gold medals
Ian came out as gay.
Ian said he does not plan to merry his boyfriend but would like to be a father.
Ian played the lead role in a television show "Undercover Angles"
Yakult released the "Thorpedo" drink
Ian started the "Ian's Fountain for Youth"
Ian told people he had depression
Ian false started at the 2004 Australian Olympic Trials
Ian Went Into His First Pool Folowing His Sister Who Had Broken Her Wrist
Ian swum in his first race but because of an allergy to chlorine he had to swim with his head out of water
Ian overcame his allergy and captained the NSW team for the Australian Primary Schools Championships
In 1998 Ian competed in the World Championships in Perth and the Commonwealth Games in Malysia
Ian competed in the World Short Course Championships and the Pan Pacific Championships
He competed in the 2001 World Aquatic Championships in Fukuoka. With 6 gold medals he had won the most gold medals in a World Championship.
Ian competed in the World Championships and didn't have the best year. With only 3 gold medals and teamate Michael Klim injured the relay teams were weakened.
Ian competed in the 2004 Olympics in Athens. He won 2 gold medals including The Race Of The Century.
After one year off competitive swimming Ian decided to make a return by qualifying into the 2006 Commonwealth Games but because of a bout of bronchitis he pulled out.
Ian atempted to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics but was unsuccesful
Ian told the world he was dating model Ryan Channing.
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