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Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 14/12/1983
Gender Women
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Aquatics Swimming Women's 200m Freestyle
Aquatics Swimming Women's 400m Freestyle
Member of Australia Aquatics Swimming Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
SAS Women's 200m Freestyle
Heat 03
Australia Flag AUS  - MACKENZIE Linda (1) 2:00.11 Completed
16 Mar
SAS Women's 200m Freestyle
Final A
Australia Flag AUS  - MACKENZIE Linda (5) 1:59.49 Completed
20 Mar
SAS Women's 400m Freestyle
Heat 02
Australia Flag AUS  - MACKENZIE Linda (2) 4:13.97 Completed
20 Mar
SAS Women's 400m Freestyle
Final A
Australia Flag AUS  - MACKENZIE Linda (4) 4:09.81 Completed

Place Of Birth Mackay, Queensland, Australia
Residence Queensland, and Canberra, Australia
Occupation Swimmer/Student
Coach Vince Raleigh
Influential Person Her parents and coach
Idol Susie O'Neill
Recent Results FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)
8th in the 200m Freestyle (2:00.02)
6th in the 400m Freestyle (4:08.75)
11th in the 800m Freestyle (8:38.27)
2nd in the 4 x 200m Freestyle relay (7:54.06)
Games History
has not competed
Games History
Athens 2004
7th in the heat of the 200m Freestyle (2:02.04)
7th in the 400m Freestyle (4:10.92)
3rd in the heat of the 800m Freestyle (8:35.90)
2nd in the heat of the 4 x 200m Freestyle relay (8:01.85)
Other Linda won gold in the 200m Freestyle at the 2001 World Championships and at the same meet was a member of the fateful 4 x 200m Freestyle relay team that was disqualified for jumping in the pool.

She first started swimming when she was six years old.

She was named the 2001 Daily Mercury Sports Person of the Year.

She had a great year in 2005 as she qualified for two individual finals and won a relay medal at the World Championships in Montreal.

At the 2004 Olympic Trials she became the first woman since Anna McVann in 1984 to win the 200/400/800m Freestyle treble at an Australian championships - and she consequently qualified for her first Olympics.

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