Ryan, Sarah

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Ryan, Sarah Gender: F
Sarah Michelle Ryan
born on 20 February 1977 at 06:06 (= 06:06 AM )
Place Adelaide, Australia, 34s55, 138e35
Timezone ACDT h10e30 (is daylight saving time)
Data source
News report
Rodden Rating A
Collector: Scholfield
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_piscol.18.gif 01°03' s_mo.18.gif s_piscol.18.gif 21°08 Asc.s_aqucol.18.gif 20°22'

Portrait of Sarah Ryan 
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Sarah Ryan (with singer Guy Sebastian)
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Australian sprint freestyle swimmer, who won relay medals at three consecutive Summer Olympics, in 1996 (Silver), 2000 (Silver) and 2004 (Gold). The team won Gold in a world record time of 3min 35.94 seconds. Ryan retired after the games.

As of May 2009 Sarah Ryan started working for the YMCA of Sydney at Mount Annan Leisure Centre as a Learn-to-swim teacher and swim coach.

Ryan now works for Mater Dei, an organization that provides early intervention therapy services and education for babies, children and young people with an intellectual disability or developmental delay.

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  • Work : Prize 14 August 2004 (Olympic Gold medal, 4×100 m freestyle)
    chart Placidus Equal_H.

Source Notes

Sy Scholfield quotes from "Oh, What Beautiful Babies," by Scott Monk, Adelaide Advertiser, 8 March 1997; born at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, Adelaide. The article discusses the baby photo albums of well-known Adelaide people.


  • Traits : Body : Size (1.73 m/ 5 ft 8 in)
  • Traits : Body : Weight (65 kg/ 143 lb)
  • Lifestyle : Financial : Fundraiser
  • Lifestyle : Financial : Gain - Grant, Scholarship, etc. (Australian Institute of Sport scholarship)
  • Vocation : Healing Fields : Social worker
  • Vocation : Sports : Swimming (Freestyle)
  • Vocation : Sports Business : Coach/ Manager/ Owner (Learn-to-swim teacher and swim coach)
  • Vocation : Sports Business : Personal Trainer (Learn-to-swim teacher and swim coach)
  • Notable : Awards : Olympics (1x Gold, 2x Silver, Swimming Relays)