At my school, the record is 01:03.4-- that's pretty good. I'd throw on maybe an extra 10 seconds and call it a good time. Maybe 1:10? 1:12 maybe? Nothing over 1:15 is particularly great, though I'm sure mine falls was something like 1:18 the last time I swam it. Heh..
A Good time would be :56-58 for 15 year old guy, a great time would be 0:50-52
1:02 to 1:06
probably the 100m freestyle...
Alain Bernard won the men's 100m freestyle Britta Steffen won the women's 100m freestyle
In terms of modern day Olympics, the first IOC sponsored games were in 1896 in Athens, Greece.The men's triple jump was one of four jumping events on the Athletics at the 1896 Summer Olympics programme. There were 7 competitors in the triple jump, then known as the "hop, skip, and jump" despite the wide range of techniques used by the competitors. The event was held on 6 April, immediately after the first heats of the 100 metre race. Since there was only one round of the triple jump, the winner was crowned as the first modern Olympic champion.1James Connolly (USA)13.71 m
Matt Biondi of the U.S.A. with a time of 48.63.
Brent HaydenCanada (CAN)
James MagnussenAustralia (AUS)
Ranomi KromowidjojoNetherlands (NED)
Aliaksandra HerasimeniaBelarus (BLR)
Tang YiChina (CHN)