Jayme Cramer[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

Career Highlights:[edit | edit source]

Won a gold medal swimming in prelims of the 800m free relay at the 2007 and 2005 World Championships ... finaled in six events at the 2006 SC World Champs, winning individual bronze in the 100m fly and two relay medals ... won bronze in the 100m back at the 2003 Pan American Games ... earned his first NCAA title in 2004, winning the 200m free

World Championships[edit | edit source]

2007: Gold, 800m FR-R(pr) ... 2005: Gold, 800m FR-R(pr); 21, 50m fly

Pan Am Games[edit | edit source]

2003: Bronze, 100m BK; Gold, 400 MR

Short Course Worlds[edit | edit source]

2006: Silver, 100m FL; Bronze, 400m MR & 800m FR-R; finaled in 3 more events Duel in the Pool History: 2005: Silver, 200m BK; Bronze, 100m FL

2007 World Rankings:[edit | edit source]

23rd, 100m free; 10th, 200m free; 55th, 100m back; 64th, 50m fly; 23rd, 100m fly

2006 World Rankings:[edit | edit source]

64th, 100m free; 20th, 200m free

2005 World Rankings:[edit | edit source]

113th, 100m free; 13th, 200m free; 30th, 100m back; 19th, 200m back; 43rd, 100m fly

Records:[edit | edit source]

Holds NAG (17-18) in 200y MED-R, set at NAG Records ... Former NAG (17-18) holder in 100y BK, set at 2000 YMCA Nationals

Details[edit | edit source]

National Teams: Two-time National B Team (2005-06) ... 2000 National Junior Team Collegiate: Two-time NCAA Champion ... 20-time All-American ... 12-time Pac-10 Champion ... three-time Pac-10 All-Academic Team High School: 2001 National High School Swimmer of the Year ... 10-time Ohio High School State Champion ... five-time High School National Champion

Personal:[edit | edit source]

High School: St. Xavier HS '01 College: Stanford '05 College Major: Economics

Ambitions, Aspirations, Goals, Dreams[edit | edit source]

Baseball general manager. Considering going back to school to get his MBA.

Family, Village, Community[edit | edit source]

Parents: James and Judy ... father is a homebuilder/architect, and mother is a domestic engineer Spouse: Married Kate Frances Ripple (sister of former National Team member Shelly Ripple- Johnston) on October 7, 2006, in Baton Rouge, La. ... Kate participated in the 2006 World University Games as a triathlete Sibling(s): Younger brother (Joe) swam at Indiana University Notable Relative(s): Mother-in-law (Jan) was a triathlete and placed second at the 1989 World Championships Sports Played Before Swimming: Soccer, baseball, tennis Nickname(s): Jambone Pet(s): One dog, Oreo, a black pug Hobbies Outside the Pool: Playing with his dog, cooking, carpentry Ultimate Way to Relax: Watching television, sitting on his balcony and listening to music Most Influential Person: Jesus Christ

Training Notes[edit | edit source]

2008[edit | edit source]

Swims 12,000 meters/yards per day, 3-4 hours a day, 6 days a week More: Started swimming at age nine to stay in shape for soccer ... huge fan of the Indiana Colts, Indiana Pacers and Cincinnati Reds Favorites: Music: everything ... movies: Harry Potter ("All of them, though I prefer the books) ... tv: Biggest Loser, Sportscenter

Splash:[edit | edit source]

  • Two World medals (2g)

International Medals[edit | edit source]

2007 World Championships 2007: Gold, 800m FR-R (pr) 2007 Duel in The Pool 2007: Bronze, 100m FR; Bronze, 200m FR 2006 SC World Champs 2006: Bronze, 800m FR-R (Short Course Meters); Silver, 400m MED-R (Short Course Meters) 2005 World Championships 2005: Gold, 800m FR-R (pr)

Top Times[edit | edit source]

Event 200m FR 100m BK 100m FL 200m FL Best 1:47.51 55.25 52.78 1:59.10 Year Jul 07 Aug 05 Jul 07 Aug 02

2008[edit | edit source]

08 OSU GP - 6 Final, 200m FR; 4 Final, 400m FR; 12 Final, 100m FL

2007[edit | edit source]

SCY NATS - t4 Final, 200y FR; t4 Final, 500y FR; t3 Final, 100y FL; t2 Final, 200y FL SCSC GP - 8 Final, 200m FR; 6 Final, 100m BK; 10 Final, 200m BK; 7 Final, 100m FL MoO DiP - t3 Final, 100m FR; 3 Final, 200m FR

2006[edit | edit source]

US OPEN - 12 Final, 100m FR; 14 Final, 200m FR SUM NATS - 11 Final, 100m FR; 5 Final, 200m FR SC WORLD - 6 Final, 200m FR (Short Course Meters); 7 Final, 200m BK (Short Course Meters); 7 Final, 50m FL (Short Course Meters); 3 Final, 100m FL (Short Course Meters); 3 Final, 800m FR-R (Short Course Meters); 2 Final, 400m MED-R (Short Course Meters)

2005[edit | edit source]

SUM NATS - 11 Final, 100m FR; 3 Final, 200m FR; 4 Final, 100m BK MoO DiP - 2 Final, 200m BK; 3 Final, 100m FL WORLD - 1 Final(pr), 800m FR-R WC TRIALS - 12 Final, 100m FR; 5 Final, 200m FR; 5 Final, 100m FL 2004 OLY TRIALS - 10 Final, 200m FR 2003 SPG NATS - 16 Final, 200m FR; 10 Final, 200m FL 2002 SUM NATS - 11 Final, 100m FR; 7 Final, 100m BK; 7 Final, 100m FL; 6 Final, 200m FL

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