Host City: MontrÃ©al, Canada
Venue(s): Olympic Pool, MontrÃ©al, QuÃ©bec
Date Started: July 21, 1976
Date Finished: July 22, 1976
[Kornelia Ender] was the 1975 World Champion and the world record holder and was heavily favored in this event, and came through as expected, equalling her world record. But the final was a bit closer than expected as she was challenged by her teammate [Andrea Pollack], only 15-years-old, who only a few days before had won the 200 fly, and won the silver medal in this race. Ender finished the 100 fly at 1948, and a few minutes later stood on the medal podium. Twenty minutes after this race ended she came back to the pool deck for the final of the 200 freestyle. A few minutes after that, she had won her second individual gold medal within 27 minutes. Ender would finish the MontrÃ©al Olympics with four gold medals, adding gold in the 100 freestyle and medley relay, and a silver in the 4Ã100 freestyle relay.