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All Strokes - Martin Liivamagi
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2008 & 2012 Estonian Olympian
2006 European Junior Championships - 2nd, 200 IM
2007 FINA World Championships -14th, 200 IM
2008 Olympics – 34th, 200 IM
2009 FINA World Championships – 16th, 200 IM
2010 Pac-10 Championships – 1st, 200 IM
2010 NCAA D1 Championships – 3rd, 200 IM
2011 FINA World Championships – 26th, 200 IM
2012 NCAA D1 Championships - 3rd, 100 breaststroke
2012 Olympics – 29th, 100 Breast; 25th, 200 IM
100 lcm Breast: 1:01.45
200 lcm Breast: 2:15.21
200 lcm IM: 1.59.95
100 scm IM: 53.48
200 scm IM: 1:55.66
400 scm IM: 4:12.15
100 scm Breast: 57.82
200 scm Breast: 2:08.74
200 scy IM: 1:42.90
400 scy IM: 3:43.55
100 scy Breast: 51.88
200 scy Breast: 1.52.67
Born on July 5, 1988 in Tallinn, Estonia, Martin Liivamagi is a two-time Olympian for Estonia. He is a 43-time Estonian swimming champion, and a 24-time national record holder in various age groups.
As a swimmer for the California Golden Bears from 2009-2012, he was a member of their NCAA D1 Championship teams in 2011 and 2012.
He has been coached by Greg Meehan and Dave Durden.