Swimmer who all won the 400M person medley silver medal at both 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, as well as the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. He went to the School of Michigan, where he gained 10 NCAA championships in four different going swimming events. On Sept 11, 1994, he established the globe record for 400M specific medley, which he afterwards broke on Sept 17, 2000. He was created in Arlington, Virginia. He kept the globe record for 400M specific medley for eight years, until Michael Phelps broke the record on August 15, 2002.