SYDNEY, Oct. 27 (UPI) --
Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, the only person to win the same event at four consecutive World Championships, has retired.
Hackett, 28, is the world record-holder in the 1,500-meter event with a time of 14 minutes, 34.56 seconds, set at the 2001 World Championships in Japan.
He also holds the world record in the 800-meter event (7:38.65) and held the world mark for the 200 freestyle in 1999, until bested by countryman Ian Thorpe.
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