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  • HOLMES: Well, the name Dara Torres, a lot of people know her, Olympic champion - know her because of what she did the big comeback at the age of 41.

    CNN Transcript May 2, 2009

  • Also at the 2008 Olympics, Dara Torres beat swimmers half her age, winning three silver medals at age 41.

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  • In one recent season, he featured Olympian Dara Torres on the catwalk; the year before that, dancers from the American Ballet Theater were his models.

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  • To me, Dara Torres represents everything that sports should be.

    Dave Hollander: Dara Torres on the Case of Shirley Babashoff: "It Sucks"

  • One of the biggest stories of the 2008 Olympics is swimmer Dara Torres (born in Los Angeles, CA 1967).

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  • The Pull of the Pool: Dara Torres Eyes '12 Dara Torres, the 43-year-old swimmer who racked up three silver medals in Beijing, recently announced she's training for her fifth Olympics, the 2012 London Games, after reconstructive knee surgery.

    Heard on the Field

  • Throughout the summer of 2008, for example, many wondered how forty-one-year-old Dara Torres had managed to come back to her sport and win a medal at the Beijing Olympic Games after seven years off from competition and a pregnancy to boot.

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  • Without the hundreds of thousands of dollars Dara Torres shelled out for coaches, trainers, doctors, and practice time, she would never have made her latest Olympic comeback.

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  • HOLMES: I got to hop in - hop in the water with something far less intimidating, Dara Torres.

    CNN Transcript Jan 3, 2010

  • HOLMES: I got to hop in -- hop in the water with something far less intimidating, Dara Torres.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2010

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