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Legendary Australian swimming coach Forbes Carlile -- his countrys oldest Olympian -- has died at age 95.Carlile first coached the Australian swimming team at the London Olympics in 1948, before competing in the modern pentathlon himself in Helsinki in 1952.In doing so, he became the only Australian to first coach at and then compete in the Olympics.In his later coaching career, Carlile played a key role in producing a number of notable Australian swimmers, including Shane Gould, Karen Moras and Terry Gathercole.Under Carlile, a 15-year-old Gould won five individual medals, including three gold, at the 1972 Munich Olympics.While working with Carlile, Gould also held world records in all five freestyle distances as well as the 200-meter individual medley.Carliles death was confirmed by The Australian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) on Tuesday.It is with great sadness that ASCTA announce the passing of our legend and Number One swimming coach, Forbes Carlile, a statement said.For many years, Forbes Carlile was an integral member of the ASCTA Conference and was always seated in the front row beside his wife Ursula.He will be sadly missed by the whole swimming community.The ASCTA also credited him with changing the way swimmers trained.His pioneering work on elite athlete training methods included interval workouts, pace clocks and log books, heart rate tests, training under stress and T Wave studies of the ventricles, the ASCTA said.He developed techniques such as even-paced swimming and the use of two-beat kicks for long-distance events.Carlile was inducted into the Australian Sports Hall of Fame in 1989.Only last week he became Australias oldest living Olympian, when former fencer Helen Joy Hardon died on the Central Coast. 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Breaking three of his own world records on his way to winning in Paris, Chan silenced the critics and left the audiences standing in appreciation and awe. SILVERSTONE, Great Britain -- Lewis Hamilton mastered changing conditions to win a third consecutive British Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg and Red Bulls Max Verstappen.?However, Rosbergs second place became third place after the race as the FIA penalised him for radio messages on how to fix a gearbox issue late in the race. Rosberg had spent most of his race battling Max Verstappen for second position after the Red Bull driver pulled a stunning move around the outside of Becketts on lap 16 in damp conditions, but finally got the better of the Red Bull driver on lap 38 once the track had fully dried.Rosberg then set about closing the gap to Hamilton, who was cruising in order to look after his engine, but on lap 46 lost three seconds after getting stuck in seventh gear as he approached ValeGearbox problem! Rosberg exclaimed, before he was told Chassis default 001 by race engineer Tony Ross.He was later told to avoid seventh gear and when he asked what that meant, Ross added you need to shift through it.Under the regulations, radio messages that help coach the driver through setting changes are banned and the implications of the messages are due to be investigated by the stewards after the race. Rosberg later revealed that the problem was critical and he would have stopped on track without the help from the pit wall.Hamilton had no such problems, taking his fourth win of the season and his fourth career win on home turf at Silverstone. The only mistake came on lap 28 when he lost the rear of his car at Turn 1 on a damp patch and ran wide, but he quickly gathered it back together and returned to the track at Turn 3. The win leaves him just four points adrift of Rosberg in the championship.Verstappen was equally impressive, and despite losing second to Rosberg, crossed the line 17.9s ahead of teammate Daniel Ricciardo in fourth. Kimi Raikkonen claimed fifth place from Sergio Perez five laps from the end and now sits third in the championship, 65 points adrift of Rosberg. Perez finished sixth in the end, just 0.771s ahead of Nico Hulkenberg in seventh and Carlos Sainz eight seconds down the road in eighth.Sebastian Vettel had a weekend to forget after a gearbox penalty saw him start 11th on the grid and struggle back to ninthh after a spin midway through the race.dddddddddddd Daniil Kvyat finished tenth to score his second point since joining Toro Rosso at the Spanish Grand Prix.The story of the raceA sudden downpour as the cars lined up on the grid left standing water at various parts of the track and resulted in a Safety Car start, robbing the fans at Abbey of a first corner battle between the two Mercedes drivers. After five laps behind the Safety Car, open racing got underway with nine of the 22 cars pitting for intermediates at the first opportunity. Pascal Wehrlein was one of them and spun on standing water at Turn 1 a lap later, resulting in a Virtual Safety Car (VSC) to allow the marshals to recover his car.Hamilton, Rosberg and Verstappen were among the drivers who pitted under the VSC for intermediates, giving them a sizable lead over the drivers that pitted a lap earlier. Verstappen showed impressive pace on the intermediate tyres and started to pressure Rosberg for second. On lap 16 he seized his chance as Rosberg made a mistake through Maggots, allowing Verstappen to line him up on the outside of Becketts and make the move stick on the inside of Chapel.The two Mercedes pitted for mediums on lap 17 before Verstappen followed suit a lap later. The 18-year-old Red Bull driver initially held his own sandwiched between the two championship leaders, but as the stint wore on Rosbergs tyres held up better and he started closing in. After two dummy runs on laps 32 and 35, Rosberg finally completed a pass on the outside of Verstappen on lap 38 at Stowe.Rosberg initially reeled in his teammate once he was released from behind the Red Bull, but that was partly because Hamilton was taking no chances out in front. The gearbox issue then brought an end to Rosbergs charge, but Verstappen in third was not close enough to capitalise.The result essentially resets the championship battle between Rosberg and Hamilton with 11 of 21 races left to run. Hamilton will suffer a grid penalty at some point in the future when he takes his next turbocharger and MGU-H, but after four wins in five races the momentum is now behind the defending champion. ' ' '

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