Eamon Sullivan
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Eamon Sullivan
Eamon Wade Sullivan is an Australian sprint swimmer.
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Tennis legend Cash joins panel
Byron Shire News - over 3 years
CHANNEL 10 has signed tennis champion Pat Cash and swim star Eamon Sullivan for a new sports panel hosted by comedian Tommy Little.     
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Olympic swimmer Sullivan fined in SA court - Herald Sun
Google News - about 4 years
Yahoo!7 News Olympic swimmer Sullivan fined in SA court Herald Sun OLYMPIC swimmer Eamon Sullivan has been spared a conviction for his "drunken shenanigans" on a motorised scooter at a bucks party. The 27-year-old borrowed an elderly man's scooter for a ride outside the Prince Albert hotel at Gawler, north of Adelaide, ... Sullivan fined over 'drunken shenanigan'NEWS.com.au Sullivan fined for bucks party mishapThe Australian Sullivan fined over bar incidentABC Online all 4 news articles »
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'The Missile' Misfires: Aussies Lose 4x100 Free Relay - Lifestyle
Business Review Australia - over 4 years
It was an upset no one saw coming: Australia, the defending champions of the 4x100 free relay, placed fourth in the finals, succumbing their medal standing to the speedy French, American and Russian teams, respectively.  The four-man team, dubbed Australia’s “Weapons of Mass Destruction,” was considered a shoe-in for Olympic gold with James “The Missile” Magnussen, Matt Targett, Eamon Sullivan and James “The Rocket” Roberts. Unfortunately, Magnussen’s sluggish start didn’t produce the comfortable lead expected from the low-47 freestyler, and the Aussies were unable to make up for lost time. The loss could be attributed to high levels of media attention and pressure on the relay team, with particular focus on Australian swimming golden boy Magnussen. As the face of the nation’s champion sport who clocked the fastest 100m free time at the Australian Trials, Magnussen was expected to blow the competition out of the water and defend Australia’s title. SEE RELATED STO ...
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Broadneck High School Honor Roll for 4th Quarter
Baoadneck Patch - over 4 years
All information is courtesy of the Anne Arundel County Public School System. The superintendent’s honor roll consists of students whose grades for both grading periods and semester examination grades are all A's or S's for an entire semester. Grade 9 Superintendent's Honor Roll Greta Easthom, Jeanne Luning Prak, Jett Mahler, Andrew Mainhart, Nolan McCue, Claire Whitaker.  Grade 10 Superintendent's Honor Roll Jeffrey Tateyama.  Grade 11 Superintendent's Honor Roll Bridget Derksen, Matthew Schofield, Katie Soisson.   Grade 12 Superintendent's Honor Roll Caroline Cameron, Kayla Cook, Samantha Dean, Sarah Duleh, Alexander Elliott, Devin Gardella, Emma Mulford, Megan Renner, Ana Torres, Curtis Winter, Ashley Zachery. The principal's honor roll consists of students who made straight A's for their grades throughout the full marking period. Grade 9 Principal's Honor Roll James Abert, Judy Barron, Brittany Beam, Bridget Bishop, Sydney Bostrom, Blair Bristow, ...
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Olympic swimmer backs teammates who posed with guns
Yahoo News - over 4 years
Olympic swimmer Eamon Sullivan has backed his Australian teammates Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk, saying he saw "nothing wrong" with them posing with guns in images posted on social networking sites.
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Congratulations, 2012 Avon Old Farms Graduates
Avon Patch - over 4 years
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will address 127 Avon Old Farms graduating students at commencement Sunday as the keynote speaker. Congratulations to the Avon Old Farms Class of 2012 graduates: Jonathon Paul Ahern, of Melrose, MA Paul Christian Alberti, of Madison Nnamdi Robert Kevin Amilo, of New Fairfield Jonathan Peter Amour, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China Alexander Banfield, of Bolton Robert Brinton Barker, of Jupiter, FL Patrick Magna Belding, of Canton John Andrew Benson Jr., of Bristol Max Blumenfeld, of Syosset, NY Santiago Martin Bohmer Eder, of Cali, Columbia Keith Alan Boratko, of Canton Manwon K. Brisbane, of Roxbury, MA John Kevin Burke, of Sudburry, MA Brendan Patrick Campbell, of Margate City, NJ Jeremy Anthony Campbell, of Brooklyn, NY William Colin Cardon, of Farmington John William Carricato, of Ridge, NY Wayne Hanley Carter IV, of Burlington Mario Carvajal, of Paris, France Benjamin Joseph ...
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Make a splash with Eamon Sullivan at Willoughby Leisure Centre's Open Day - StreetCorner
Google News - over 5 years
Olympic medallist Eamon Sullivan will make a special guest appearance to conduct a children's mini-squad session and hand out prizes on the day. As well as a free barbeque and live music, the Open Day will offer a wide variety of activities for the
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Eamon Sullivan: A talent out of the water - The Canberra Times
Google News - over 5 years
Swimmer Eamon Sullivan is serious about food, an interest that began as a child in training. You wonder whether Eamon Sullivan would ever have won Cleo's ''bachelor of the year'' award in April if the women of Australia didn't know he
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Eamon Sullivan gets cooking for life out of the pool - ABC Online
Google News - over 5 years
You may be used to seeing Eamon Sullivan swimming up and down an Olympic swimming pool. If you're not a sports fan, chances are you wear underwear and you'll have seen his face smiling from a billboard or an undie tag
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Eamon swimming in single lane - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Hometown hottie and Cleo bachelor of the year Eamon Sullivan has touched down in Perth and ladies - he's still flying solo. The 25-year-old swimming superstar and celebrity MasterChef winner, who is now based in Sydney, returned home on Wednesday minus
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Just add a pinch of Rachael Finch to clear the winter blues - Courier Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Sophie van den Akker, Eamon Sullivan and Rachael Finch / Pic: Cameron Richardson Source: The Daily Telegraph WHILE the rest of us grapple with winter flab, the toned and taut bodies of Rachael Finch and two-time Olympic silver medallist Eamon Sullivan
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Eamon dips into cooking - Bayside Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
The result is Eamon Sullivan's debut cookbook Eamon's Kitchen, a tantalising journey through the moreish but healthy dishes our beloved home grown champion loves to cook. Starting out in life as a fussy eater, Eamon soon realised that his early morning
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A date with Eamon Sullivan - Sydney Star Observer
Google News - over 5 years
Oxford St independent bookstore Ariel will host a book signing with Olympic swimmer, Celebrity Masterchef winner, Cleo Bachelor of the Year and gay favourite Eamon Sullivan on Tuesday August 30. Sullivan will sign copies of his new cookbook Eamon's
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Time is right for Thorpe not Magnussen in 200m: Nugent - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
With Magnussen's rise, former world record holder and Beijing Olympic silver medallist Eamon Sullivan has slid into the background. He was a member of the gold medal-winning relay team, but having missed an individual swim at the trials in April,
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Magnussen sets the pace in the post Super Suit era - The Roar
Google News - over 5 years
It was a phenomenal swim: 47.49, the fastest ever apart from Eamon Sullivan and Alain Bernard, and eventually Brazilian Cesar Cielo's 46.91, all in a super-suit – now banned. Phelps should know the benefit of the super-suit. He wore one to win a record ... - -
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Michael Phelps caught with his togs down - The Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Picture: Eamon Sullivan Source: Supplied HAS Michael Phelps defected to Australia? This photo taken at the world swimming championships in Shanghai would indicate he has. The 14-time Olympic gold medallist was seen in a pair of togs with the letters ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Eamon Sullivan
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 30
    In April 2016, Sullivan married Perth lawyer Naomi Bass.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2013
    Age 27
    In 2013, he became a team captain on the Australian version of the panel show A League of Their Own.
    More Details Hide Details Sullivan competed in the fourteenth season of Dancing with the Stars, and was the fourth person eliminated. He previously dated fellow Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice. After his retirement from swimming, Sullivan now manages several restaurants in and around Perth, in Western Australia.
  • 2012
    Age 26
    Eamon Sullivan was a member of the controversial Australian Olympic swimming team during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, and competed in the Australian men's 4 × 100 metre relay team.
    More Details Hide Details The squad and team were hounded by allegations of bullying, alcohol and drug abuse and he made a media appearance to both acknowledge and deny specific allegations, along with team members Tommaso D'Orsogna, James Magnussen, Cameron McEvoy and Matt Targett. At the 2014 Australian Trials in Brisbane Sullivan made his comeback official, winning the 50m freestyle, securing him a spot on the roster for the Commonwealth Games team. In July 2014, Sullivan announced his immediate retirement from competitive swimming, citing ongoing injury as the overriding factor in his decision to retire.
  • 2009
    Age 23
    He also made a guest appearance in the third season of MasterChef Australia, cooking the Chocolate Délice dish that earned him the 'title' of Celebrity MasterChef in 2009.
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    Just two weeks before the 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome, Sullivan was ruled out from competing due to a virus.
    More Details Hide Details Two months later, Sullivan's training camp came to an end when he underwent an appendectomy. He was attending a high-altitude training camp in Flagstaff, Arizona, when he became ill.
  • 2008
    Age 22
    On 13 August 2008, after losing his world record to the previous holder Alain Bernard, Sullivan clocked 47.05 s to set another world record. The 100m free record was then broken by Brazilian sprinter César Cielo at the 2009 FINA World Championships on 7 July 2009 and now stands at 46.91.
    More Details Hide Details Sullivan won the first series of Celebrity MasterChef Australia beating Kirk Pengilly and Rachael Finch. In 2011, Sullivan competed in the third season of the Channel Seven television series Australia's Greatest Athlete.
    On 11 August 2008, he broke the 100 meter freestyle world record in the first leg of the 4x100 relay with a time of 47.24, Australia finished under the previous world record, broke the Oceania record and finished third in the relay in a time of 3.09.91.
    More Details Hide Details Before the Olympics, the Australian record was 3.13.67 in winning the event at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
    On 27 March 2008 at Australian Olympic Trials at the same venue he regained his title as the 50 m freestyle world record holder with a time of 21.41 s, then broke his own record a day later with 21.28 s.
    More Details Hide Details He was bettered by Frédérick Bousquet with a time of 20.94 s on 26 April 2009.
    However his time was beaten to 21.50 by French Alain Bernard on 23 March 2008, He significantly improved his last PB standing at 22.00 s.
    More Details Hide Details He declared he had had positive feelings of being in a good form for the race earlier on. Shortly after, he swam for West Coast club in the 4 × 100 m freestyle Relay and clocked 48.11 s, cutting .07 off Michael Klim record set for Australian relay at the 2000 Olympics. His time was also a Commonwealth record, knocking .06 s off the previous time gained by South African Roland Schoeman.
    Sullivan became the fastest swimmer in history after he broke the world 50 m freestyle record at the 2008 NSW Open Championships at Sydney International Aquatic Centre.
    More Details Hide Details He timed 21.56 to slash .08 off the 21.64 set by the Russian Alexander Popov at Moscow in June 2000.
    At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, leading off Australia in the men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay final he set a new world record for the 100 m freestyle with a time of 47.24 seconds, winning bronze.
    More Details Hide Details In the subsequent individual 100 m freestyle, Sullivan emerged as the fastest swimmer from the heats and semi-finals, Alain Bernard of France re-claimed the World Record set by Sullivan in the relay with a time of 47.20 s. Five minutes later, Sullivan reclaimed the World Record in the second semi-final in time of 47.05 s. In the finals, Sullivan won the silver medal, edged out by Bernard by .11 s. In the 50m final, Sullivan finished in a disappointing 6th place.
  • 2007
    Age 21
    In July 2007 Sullivan won the 50 m free at the Santa Clara International Invitational Grand Prix in California in 22.30 s.
    More Details Hide Details In the same month he clocked 21.62 s to slash .07 s off Brett Hawke's seven-year-old 50 m Short Course Australian record at Telstra Grand Prix2 in Canberra. He set another National Record at FINA/ARENA World Cup at SOPAC in the heats of the 100 m freestyle clocking a time of 47.29 s shaving .26 s of his previous best set in Canberra earlier that year. Eamon has also sustained several injuries throughout his career. He has struggled with hip problems and has had allegedly 6 hip operations, along with numerous shoulder sprains.
  • 2006
    Age 20
    In March 2006 he won gold in 4 × 100 m medley and silver in 4 × 100 m freestyle at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, setting a new Commonwealth record.
    More Details Hide Details He also swam in the 4 × 100 m freestyle relay to capture silver. In December, at the Australian National Championships he broke the 50 m national record in 22.00 s.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2005
    Age 19
    In July 2005 he was sidelined with a hip injury and missed the World Aquatics Championships.
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  • 2004
    Age 18
    At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens Eamon was the youngest male in the Australian Olympic Team and improved his Personal Best in the heat time that gained him a spot in the final of the 4 × 100 m freestyle, in which Australia was dethroned in the event they had won 4 years ago in Sydney.
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    At the 2004 Olympic trials he grabbed a spot in the 4x100 Freestyle relay team by finishing fourth in the final.
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  • 2002
    Age 16
    In April 2002 at the Australian Age Championships, Sullivan won the 50 m freestyle and came second in 100 m in his age group, and swam at the Trans-Tasman series.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1985
    Born
    Born on August 30, 1985.
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