Naomi Kromowidjojo (or Ranomi Kromowidjojo, born 20 August 1990) is a Dutch swimmer of mixed Dutch-Javanese Surinamese origin who mainly specialises in sprint freestyle events.
Swimming Career Highlights
- She is a triple Olympic champion, winning the gold medal in the 4×100 m freestyle relay at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and in the 50m freestyle and 100m freestyle at the 2012 London Olympics.
- As part of the Dutch team, she holds the world records in the 4×50m freestyle relay in a 25m pool and 4×100m freestyle relay in a 50m pool) and short course.
- She set a world short course record in the 50m freestyle three times: 23.24 in 2013, 23.24 in 2015 (tie), and 22.93 on 7 August 2017.
- She won the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships in the 100m freestyle in 51.14, setting a new Championship Record.
- She competed in the 2018 RCP Tiburon Mile in San Francisco Bay, California.
Dutch Battle of the Sexes
between Ferry Weertman and Naomi Kromowidjojo
- Ranomi Kromowidjojo
- Maarten van der Weijden Swims 99,450 Meters In 24
- Ranomi Kromowidjojo Unleashes 22.93 50 Free SCM World Record
- Ranomi And Ferry, The Power Couple Of Swimming
- RCP Tiburon Mile: Where Fast Meets Fast
- RCP Tiburon Mile
- Open Water Swimming
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Ranomi Roars, Wins World Championships
- [Ferry Weertman Closing In At The World Championships]
- Ferry Weertman Closing In At The World Championships