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Peter Szmidt Personal information Full name Peter Szmidt Nationality  Canada Born August 12, 1961 (1961-08-12) (age 49) Montréal, Québec Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Sport Sport Swimming Stroke(s) Freestyle Medal record Pan American Games Silver 1979 San Juan 4x100m Freestyle Bronze 1979 San Juan 400m Freestyle Bronze 1979 San Juan 4x200m Freestyle Peter Szmidt (born August 12, 1961 in Montréal, Quebec) was a Canadian swimmer, competing in the freestyle events during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Szmidt competed at the 1984 Summer Olympics and was supposed to represent his native country at the 1980 Summer Olympics, but didn't start due to the international boycott of the Moscow Games. A resident of Sarnia, Ontario he won a total number of three medals at the 1979 Pan American Games. On July 15, 1980, at the Canadian Olympic trials, Szmidt set the world record for 400 m freestyle with a time of 3:50:49. He held the world record at the time of the 1980 Olympics, in which he did not race due to the boycott. The world record stood for 18 months, and was a Canadian record for 20 years. Szmidt swam in competition with the legendary Russian swimmer Vladimir Salnikov who dominated long-distance freestyle swimming in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Szmidt's 400 m record was the only interruption in Salnikov's title as the world record holder for 400 m freestyle from 1979 through 1985. References Canadian Olympic Committee v · d · eCommonwealth Champions in Men's 4×100 m Freestyle Relay 1962 – 1966: 4×110 Yards Freestyle • 1970 – 2010: 4×100 Metres Freestyle  1962: Australia (Dickson, Rose, Doak, Phelps)  •  1966: Australia (Dickson, Ryan, Wenden, Windle)  •  1970: Australia (White, Rogers, Wenden, Devenish)  •  1974: Canada (?, ?, ?, ?)  •  1978: Canada (Sawchuk, MacDonald, Smith, Szmidt)  •  1982: Australia (Brewer, Fasala, Delany, Brooks)  •  1986: Australia (Fasala, Stockwell, Renshaw, Brooks)  •  1990: Australia (Baildon, Fydler, Vander-Wal, Cooper)  •  1994: Australia (Baildon, Fydler, Lange, Sheehan)  •  1998: Australia (Callus, Fydler, Thorpe, Klim)  •  2002: Australia (Callus, Pearson, Hackett, Thorpe)  •  2006: South Africa (Zandberg, Ferns, Schoeman, Neethling)  •  2010: Australia (Richardson, Sullivan, D'Orsogna, Magnussen) Persondata Name Szmidt, Peter Alternative names Short description Date of birth August 12, 1961 Place of birth Montréal, Québec Date of death Place of death This Canadian swimming biography is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a Canadian Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e