1973 World Aquatics Championships

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1st FINA World Championships
Host city Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Date(s) 31 August -9 September, 1973
Venue(s) Tašmajdan Sports Centre
Nations participating 47
Athletes participating 686
First event
1973 FINA
World Championships

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Diving
Individual
3 m men women
10 m men women
Swimming
Freestyle
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Water polo

The first FINA World Championships in Aquatics were held in the Tašmajdan Sports Centre in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, from August 31 to September 9, 1973.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 15 16 7 38
2  East Germany 13 6 9 28
3  Italy 2 1 2 5
4  Hungary 2 1 1 4
4  Sweden 2 1 1 4
6  Canada 1 3 2 6
7  Australia 1 2 2 5
8  Great Britain 1 0 1 2
9  Soviet Union 0 4 1 5
10  Netherlands 0 1 1 2
11  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
11  France 0 1 0 1
13  Japan 0 0 6 6
14  West Germany 0 0 3 3
15  Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 37 37 37 111

Results[edit]

Diving[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Phil Boggs (USA)  Klaus Dibiasi (ITA)  Keith Russell (USA)
10 m platform  Klaus Dibiasi (ITA)  Keith Russell (USA)  Falk Hoffmann (GDR)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
3 m springboard  Christa Köhler (GDR)  Ulrika Knape (SWE)  Marina Janicke (GDR)
10 m platform  Ulrika Knape (SWE)  Milena Duchková (CZE)  Irina Kalynina (URS)

Swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle  Jim Montgomery (USA)  Michel Rousseau (FRA)  Michael Wenden (AUS)
200 m freestyle  Jim Montgomery (USA)  Kurt Krumpholz (USA)  Roger Pyttel (GDR)
400 m freestyle  Rick DeMont (USA)  Brad Cooper (AUS)  Bengt Gingsjö (SWE)
1500 m freestyle  Stephen Holland (AUS)  Rick DeMont (USA)  Brad Cooper (AUS)
100 m backstroke  Roland Matthes (GDR)  Mike Stamm (USA)  Lutz Wanja (GDR)
200 m backstroke  Roland Matthes (GDR)  Zoltán Verrasztó (HUN)  John Naber (USA)
100 m breaststroke  John Hencken (USA)  Mikhail Khryukin (URS)  Nobutaka Taguchi (JPN)
200 m breaststroke  David Wilkie (GBR)  John Hencken (USA)  Nobutaka Taguchi (JPN)
100 m butterfly  Bruce Robertson (CAN)  Joe Bottom (USA)  Robin Backhaus (USA)
200 m butterfly  Robin Backhaus (USA)  Steve Gregg (USA)  Hartmut Flöckner (GDR)
200 m individual medley  Gunnar Larsson (SWE)  Stan Carper (USA)  David Wilkie (GBR)
400 m individual medley  András Hargitay (HUN)  Rod Strachan (USA)  Rick Colella (USA)
4×100 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Mel Nash
Joe Bottom
Jim Montgomery
John Murphy
 Soviet Union (URS)
Igor Grivennikov
Viktor Aboymov
Vladimir Krivtsov
Vladimir Bure
 East Germany (GDR)
Roland Matthes
Roger Pyttel
Peter Bruch
Hartmut Flöckner
4×200 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Kurt Krumpholz
Robin Backhaus
Rick Klatt
Jim Montgomery
 Australia (AUS)
John Kulasalu
Steve Badger
Brad Cooper
Michael Wenden
 Germany (GER)
Klaus Steinbach
Werner Lampe
Peter Nocke
Folkert Meeuw
4×100 m medley relay  United States (USA)
Mike Stamm
John Hencken
Joe Bottom
Jim Montgomery
 East Germany (GDR)
Roland Matthes
Jürgen Glas
Hartmut Flöckner
Roger Pyttel
 Canada (CAN)
Ian MacKenzie
Peter Hrdlitschka
Bruce Robertson
Brian Phillips
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 m freestyle  Kornelia Ender (GDR)  Shirley Babashoff (USA)  Enith Brigitha (NED)
200 m freestyle  Keena Rothhammer (USA)  Shirley Babashoff (USA)  Andrea Eife (GDR)
400 m freestyle  Heather Greenwood (USA)  Keena Rothhammer (USA)  Novella Calligaris (ITA)
800 m freestyle  Novella Calligaris (ITA)  Jo Harshbarger (USA)  Gudrun Wegner (GDR)
100 m backstroke  Ulrike Richter (GDR)  Melissa Belote (USA)  Wendy Cook (CAN)
200 m backstroke  Melissa Belote (USA)  Enith Brigitha (NED)  Andrea Gyarmati (HUN)
100 m breaststroke  Renate Vogel (GDR)  Lyubov Rusanova (URS)  Brigitte Schuchardt (GDR)
200 m breaststroke  Renate Vogel (GDR)  Hannelore Anke (GDR)  Lynn Colella (USA)
100 m butterfly  Kornelia Ender (GDR)  Rosemarie Kother (GDR)  Mayumi Aoki (JPN)
200 m butterfly  Rosemarie Kother (GDR)  Roswitha Beier (GDR)  Lynn Colella (USA)
200 m individual medley  Andrea Hübner (GDR)  Kornelia Ender (GDR)  Kathy Heddy (USA)
400 m individual medley  Gudrun Wegner (GDR)  Angela Franke (GDR)  Novella Calligaris (ITA)
4×100 m freestyle relay  East Germany (GDR)
Kornelia Ender
Andrea Eife
Andrea Hübner
Sylvia Eichner
 United States (USA)
Kim Peyton
Kathy Heddy
Heather Greenwood
Shirley Babashoff
 Germany (GER)
Jutta Weber
Heidemarie Reineck
Gudrun Beckmann
Angela Steinbach
4×100 m medley relay  East Germany (GDR)
Ulrike Richter
Renate Vogel
Rosemarie Kother
Kornelia Ender
 United States (USA)
Melissa Belote
Marcia Morey
Deena Deardurff
Shirley Babashoff
 Germany (GER)
Angelika Grieser
Petra Nows
Gudrun Beckmann
Jutta Weber

Synchronised swimming[edit]

Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo routine  Teresa Andersen (USA)  Jojo Carrier (CAN)  Junko Hasumi (JPN)
Duet routine  Teresa Andersen (USA)
 Gail Johnson (USA)
 Jojo Carrier (CAN)
 Madeleine Ramsay (CAN)
 Masako Fujiwara (JPN)
 Yasuko Fujiwara (JPN)
Team routine  United States (USA)
Teresa Anderson
Susan Barros
Robin Curren
Jackie Douglas
Gail Johnson
Dance Moore
Amanda Norrish
Suzanne Randell
 Canada (CAN)
Michelle Calkins
Frances Hambrook
Debbie Humphrey
Lorraine Nicholl
Gail Page
Carol Stuart
Susan Thomas
Laura Wilkin
 Japan (JPN)
Masako Fujiwara
Yasuko Fujiwara
Junko Hasumi
Yasuko Unesaki



Water polo[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team  Hungary  Soviet Union  Yugoslavia

Participating nations[edit]

47 nations entered the competition.

References[edit]

Preceded by
None
FINA World Aquatics Championships Succeeded by
1975 World Aquatics Championships
(Cali, Colombia)