1994 World Aquatics Championships

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The 1994 FINA World Aquatics Championships were held in Rome, Italy between September 1 and September 11, 1994.

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 16 10 2 28
2  United States 7 10 8 25
3  Russia 5 7 5 17
4  Australia 5 3 4 12
5  Hungary 3 3 4 10
6  Finland 2 2 0 4
7  Canada 1 2 2 5
8  Spain 1 2 0 3
8  Sweden 1 2 0 3
10  Germany 1 1 6 8
11  Italy 1 0 2 3
12  Poland 1 0 0 1
12  Zimbabwe 1 0 0 1
14  Japan 0 2 1 3
15  New Zealand 0 1 2 3
16  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
17  Belgium 0 0 2 2
17  Brazil 0 0 2 2
17  Costa Rica 0 0 2 2
20  Lithuania 0 0 1 1
20  Mexico 0 0 1 1
Total 45 46 44 135

Results[edit]

Diving[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Evan Stewart (ZIM)  Lan Wei (CHN)  Brian Earley (USA)
3 m springboard  Yu Zhuocheng (CHN)  Dmitri Sautin (RUS)  Wang Tianling (CHN)
10 m platform  Dmitri Sautin (RUS)  Sun Shuwei (CHN)  Vladimir Timoshinin (RUS)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Chen Lixia (CHN)  Tan Shuping (CHN)  Annie Pelletier (CAN)
3 m springboard  Tan Shuping (CHN)  Vera Ilyina (RUS)  Claudia Böckner (GER)
10 m platform  Fu Mingxia (CHN)  Chi Bin (CHN)  María José Alcalá (MEX)

Open water swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 km  Greg Streppel (CAN)  David Bates (AUS)  Aleksey Akatyev (RUS)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
25 km  Melissa Cunningham (AUS)  Rita Kovács (HUN)  Shelley Taylor-Smith (AUS)

Swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Alexander Popov (RUS)  Gary Hall, Jr. (USA)  Raimundas Mažuolis (LTU)
100 m freestyle  Alexander Popov (RUS)  Gary Hall, Jr. (USA)  Gustavo Borges (BRA)
200 m freestyle  Antti Kasvio (FIN)  Anders Holmertz (SWE)  Danyon Loader (NZL)
400 m freestyle  Kieren Perkins (AUS)  Antti Kasvio (FIN)  Danyon Loader (NZL)
1500 m freestyle  Kieren Perkins (AUS)  Daniel Kowalski (AUS)  Steffen Zesner (GER)
100 m backstroke  Martin López (ESP)  Jeff Rouse (USA)  Tamás Deutsch (HUN)
200 m backstroke  Vladimir Selkov (RUS)  Martin López (ESP)  Royce Sharp (USA)
100 m breaststroke  Norbert Rózsa (HUN)  Károly Güttler (HUN)  Frédérik Deburghgraeve (BEL)
200 m breaststroke  Norbert Rózsa (HUN)  Eric Wunderlich (USA)  Károly Güttler (HUN)
100 m butterfly  Rafał Szukała (POL)  Lars Frölander (SWE)  Denis Pankratov (RUS)
200 m butterfly  Denis Pankratov (RUS)  Danyon Loader (NZL)  Chris-Carol Bremer (GER)
200 m individual medley  Jani Sievinen (FIN)  Greg Burgess (USA)  Attila Czene (HUN)
400 m individual medley  Tom Dolan (USA)  Jani Sievinen (FIN)  Eric Namesnik (USA)|
4×100 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Jon Olsen
Josh Davis
Uğur Taner
Gary Hall, Jr.
 Russia (RUS)
Roman Shegolev
Vladimir Predkin
Vladimir Pyshnenko
Alexander Popov
 Brazil (BRA)
Fernando Scherer
Teófilo Ferreira
André Teixeira
Gustavo Borges
4×200 m freestyle relay  Sweden (SWE)
Christer Wallin
Tommy Werner
Lars Frölander
Anders Holmertz
 Russia (RUS)
Yury Mukhin
Roman Shegolev
Vladimir Pyshnenko
Denis Pankratov
 Germany (GER)
Andreas Szigat
Christian Keller
Oliver Lampe
Steffen Zesner
4×100 m medley relay  United States (USA)
Jeff Rouse
Eric Wunderlich
Mark Henderson
Gary Hall, Jr.
 Russia (RUS)
Vladimir Selkov
Vasili Ivanov
Denis Pankratov
Alexander Popov
 Hungary (HUN)
Tamás Deutsch
Norbert Rózsa
Péter Horváth
Attila Czene
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Le Jingyi (CHN)  Natalya Meshcheryakova (RUS)  Amy Van Dyken (USA)
100 m freestyle  Le Jingyi (CHN)  Lü Bin (CHN)  Franziska van Almsick (GER)
200 m freestyle  Franziska van Almsick (GER)  Lü Bin (CHN)  Claudia Poll (CRC)
400 m freestyle  Aihua Yang (CHN)  Cristina Teuscher (USA)  Claudia Poll (CRC)
800 m freestyle  Janet Evans (USA)  Hayley Lewis (AUS)  Brooke Bennett (USA)
100 m backstroke  He Cihong (CHN)  Nina Zhivanevskaya (RUS)  Barbara Bedford (USA)
200 m backstroke  He Cihong (CHN)  Krisztina Egerszegi (HUN)  Lorenza Vigarani (ITA)
100 m breaststroke  Samantha Riley (AUS)  Dai Guohong (CHN)  Yuan Yuan (CHN)
200 m breaststroke  Samantha Riley (AUS)  Yuan Yuan (CHN)  Brigitte Becue (BEL)
100 m butterfly  Liu Limin (CHN)  Yun Qu (CHN)  Susan O'Neill (AUS)
200 m butterfly  Liu Limin (CHN)  Yun Qu (CHN)  Susan O'Neill (AUS)
200 m individual medley  Lü Bin (CHN)  Allison Wagner (USA)  Elli Overton (AUS)
400 m individual medley  Dai Guohong (CHN)  Allison Wagner (USA)  Kristine Quance (USA)
4×100 m freestyle relay  China (CHN)
Le Ying
Shan Ying
Lü Bin
Le Jingyi
 United States (USA)
Angel Martino
Nicole Haislett
Amy Van Dyken
Jenny Thompson
 Germany (GER)
Franziska van Almsick
Katrin Meißner
Kerstin Kielgass
Daniela Hunger
4×200 m freestyle relay  China (CHN)
Le Ying
Yang Aihua
Lü Bin
Zhou Ouanbin
 Germany (GER)
Franziska van Almsick
Julia Jung
Kerstin Kielgass
Dagmar Hase
 United States (USA)
Cristina Teuscher
Nicole Haislett
Janet Evans
Jenny Thompson
4×100 m medley relay  China (CHN)
He Cihong
Dai Guohong
Liu Limin
Le Jingyi
 United States (USA)
Lea Loveless
Kristine Quance
Amy Van Dyken
Jenny Thompson
 Russia (RUS)
Nina Zhivanevskaya
Olga Prokhorova
Svetlana Pozdeeva
Natalya Meshcheryakova

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo routine  Becky Dyroen-Lancer (USA)  Fumiko Okuno (JPN)  Lisa Alexander (CAN)
Duet routine  Becky Dyroen-Lancer (USA)
 Jill Suduth (USA)
 Lisa Alexander (CAN)
 Erin Woodley (CAN)
 Fumiko Okuno (JPN)
 Miya Tachibana (JPN)
Team routine  United States (USA)  Canada (CAN)  Japan (JPN)

Water polo[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team  Italy  Spain  Russia
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team  Hungary  Netherlands  Italy

External links[edit]

Preceded by
1991 World Aquatics Championships
(Perth, Australia)
FINA World Aquatics Championships Succeeded by
1998 World Aquatics Championships
(Perth, Australia)