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Medal record Ashley Whitney Women's swimming Competitor for the  United States Olympic Games Gold 1996 Atlanta 4x200 m freestyle Pan Pacific Championships Gold 1997 Fukuoka 4x200 m freestyle Ashley Anne Whitney (born August 21, 1979 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a female freestyle swimmer from the United States, who was a gold medalist at the 1996 Summer Olympics as a member the 4x200 m freestyle relay team. She swam in the prelims of the event. She was a collegiate swimmer on the 1999 national championship UGA team and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley.[1] References ^ Whitney's bio from the Cal Athletics website. v • d • e 1996 USA Olympic Swimming Team Men's Team Ryan Berube  •  Brad Bridgewater  •  Carlton Bruner  •  Greg Burgess  •  Ray Carey  •  Josh Davis  •  Tom Dolan  •  David Fox  •  Kurt Grote  •  Gary Hall, Jr.  •  John Hargis  •  Mark Henderson  •  Joe Hudepohl  •  Jeremy Linn  •  Tom Malchow  •  Eric Namesnik  •  Jon Olsen  •  John Piersma  •  Jeff Rouse  •  Brad Schumacher  •  Tripp Schwenk  •  Scott Tucker  •  Peter Wright  •  Eric Wunderlich Women's Team Amanda Beard  •  Brooke Bennett  •  Beth Botsford  •  Janet Evans  •  Catherine Fox  •  Whitney Hedgepeth  •  Trina Jackson  •  Lisa Jacob  •  Angel Martino  •  Whitney Metzler  •  Kristine Quance  •  Annette Salmeen  •  Jilen Siroky  •  Sheila Taormina  •  Cristina Teuscher  •  Jenny Thompson  •  Melanie Valerio  •  Amy Van Dyken  •  Allison Wagner  •  Ashley Whitney Coaches  Skip Kenney  •  David Marsh  •  Richard Quick  •  Eddie Reese  •  Mark Schubert  •  Jonty Skinner  •  Murray Stephens  •  Gregg Troy  •  Jon Urbanchek Persondata Name Whitney, Ashley Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 21, 1979 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a United States swimmer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e