1995 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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1995 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)
Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Date(s) 30 November – 3 December
Venue(s) Copacabana Beach (temporary venue)
Nations participating 57
Athletes participating 350
Events 32

The 2nd FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) was an international swimming meet held on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 30 November until 3 December 1995.[1] The meet featured 32 events swum in a short course (25m) pool.[2]

The United States did poorly, as the meet dates fell in the middle (rather than the end) of the USA's annual competition season (particularly the college season), the USA had just hosted the 1995 Pan Pacs, and the USA would host the 1996 Summer Olympics.

Participating nations[edit]

350 swimmers participate at the meet, from 57 nations.[3]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle details Francisco Sánchez
 Venezuela
21.80 Fernando Scherer
 Brazil
22.08 Jiang Chengji
 China
22.17
100 m freestyle details Fernando Scherer
 Brazil
47.97 Gustavo Borges
 Brazil
48.00 Francisco Sánchez
 Venezuela
48.46
200 m freestyle details Gustavo Borges
 Brazil
1:45.55 Trent Bray
 New Zealand
1:46.18 Michael Klim
 Australia
1:46.44
400 m freestyle details Daniel Kowalski
 Australia
3:45.14 Jörg Hoffmann
 Germany
3:45.65 Malcolm Allen
 Australia
3:47.00
1500 m freestyle details Daniel Kowalski
 Australia
14:48.51 Ian Wilson
 Great Britain
14:49.72 Jörg Hoffmann
 Germany
15:05.36
100 m backstroke details Rodolfo Falcón
 Cuba
53.12 Neil Willey
 Great Britain
53.23 Jirka Letzin
 Germany
53.65
200 m backstroke details Rodolfo Falcón
 Cuba
1:55.16 Chris Renaud
 Canada
1:55.27 Tamás Deutsch
 Hungary
1:56.18
100 m breaststroke details Mark Warnecke
 Germany
59.89 Paul Kent
 New Zealand
1:00.14 Stanislav Lopukhov
 Russia
1.00.33
200 m breaststroke details Wang Yiwu
 China
2:11.11 Ryan Mitchell
 Australia
2:11.46 Jean-Lionel Rey
 France
2.11.92
100 m butterfly details Scott Miller
 Australia
52.38 Denis Pimankov
 Russia
52.64 Michael Klim
 Australia
52.80
200 m butterfly details Scott Goodman
 Australia
1:54.79 Scott Miller
 Australia
1:56.36 Chris-Carol Bremer
 Germany
1:57.30
200 m individual medley details Matthew Dunn
 Australia
1:56.86 Curtis Myden
 Canada
1:58.56 Marcin Maliński
 Poland
1:58.61
400 m individual medley details Matthew Dunn
 Australia
4:08.02 Curtis Myden
 Canada
4:09.39 Marcin Maliński
 Poland
4:10.37
4×100 m freestyle relay details  Brazil
Fernando Scherer
Alexandre Massura
André Cordeiro
Gustavo Borges
3:12.42  Australia
Brett Hawke
Michael Klim
Richard Upton
Matthew Dunn
3:17.27  Romania
Nicolae Ivan
Răzvan Petcu
Alexandru Ioanovici
Nicolae Butacu
3:17.40
4×200 m freestyle relay details  Australia
Michael Klim
Matthew Dunn
Malcolm Allen
Daniel Kowalski
7:07.97  Germany
Chris-Carol Bremer
Steffen Zesner
Torsten Spanneberg
Jörg Hoffmann
7:13.42  Brazil
Cassiano Leal
Fernando Saez
Teófilo Ferreira
Gustavo Borges
7:13.64
4×100 m medley relay details  New Zealand
Jonathan Winter
Paul Kent
Guy Callaghan
Trent Bray
3:35.69  Australia
Adrian Radley
Robert van der Zant
Scott Miller
Michael Klim
3:36.35  Russia
Sergei Sudakov
Alexander Tkachev
Denis Pimankov
Yury Mukhin
3:36.88

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle details Le Jingyi
 China
24.62 Angela Postma
 Netherlands
25.10 Sandra Völker
 Germany
25.21
100 m freestyle details Le Jingyi
 China
53.23 Chao Na
 China
54.52 Sandra Völker
 Germany
54.69
200 m freestyle details Claudia Poll
 Costa Rica
1:55.42 WR Susie O'Neill
 Australia
1:56.47 Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
1:56.61
400 m freestyle details Claudia Poll
 Costa Rica
4:05.18 Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
4:06.20 Sarah Hardcastle
 Great Britain
4:07.20
800 m freestyle details Sarah Hardcastle
 Great Britain
8:26.46 Carla Geurts
 Netherlands
8:27.03 Ping Lio
 China
8:29.95
100 m breaststroke details Samantha Riley
 Australia
1:05.70 WR Svetlana Bondarenko
 Ukraine
1:07.78 Linley Frame
 Australia
1:08.61
200 m breaststroke details Samantha Riley
 Australia
2:20.85 WR Svetlana Bondarenko
 Ukraine
2:24.78 Alicja Pęczak
 Poland
2:25.62
100 m backstroke details Misty Hyman
 United States
1:00.21 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
1:00.25 Barbara Bedford
 United States
1:00.63
200 m backstroke details Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:08.18 Dagmar Hase
 Germany
2:09.00 Leigh Habler
 Australia
2:09.33
100 m butterfly details Liu Limin
 China
58.68 WR Susie O'Neill
 Australia
58.69 Angela Kennedy
 Australia
58.74
200 m butterfly details Susie O'Neill
 Australia
2:06.18 Liu Limin
 China
2:06.51 Mette Jacobsen
 Denmark
2:11.07
200 m individual medley details Elli Overton
 Australia
2:11.67 Martina Moravcová
 Slovakia
2:11.91 Louise Karlsson
 Sweden
2:12.38
400 m individual medley details Joanne Malar
 Canada
4:36.40 Nancy Sweetnam
 Canada
4:37.04 Britta Vestergaard
 Denmark
4:37.10
4×100 m freestyle relay details  China
Chao Na
Shan Ying
Han Xue
Le Jingyi
3:37.00  Australia
Melanie Dodd
Sarah Ryan
Anna Windsor
Susie O'Neill
3:38.72  Sweden
Johanna Sjöberg
Louise Karlsson
Linda Olofsson
Louise Jöhncke
3:40.06
4×200 m freestyle relay details  Canada
Marianne Limpert
Shannon Shakespeare
Sarah Evanetz
Joanne Malar
7:58.25  Germany
Dagmar Hase
Kerstin Kielgass
Julia Jung
Franziska van Almsick
8:01.11  Australia
Anna Windsor
Samantha Mackie
Nicole Stevenson
Susie O'Neill
8:01.86
4×100 m medley relay details  Australia
Elli Overton
Samantha Riley
Angela Kennedy
Susie O'Neill
4:00.46  Canada
Julie Howard
Lisa Flood
Jessica Amey
Shannon Shakespeare
4:03.89  United States
Barbara Bedford
Kelli King-Bednar
Misty Hyman
Courtney Shealy
4:04.34

Medal standings[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 12 7 7 26
2  China 5 2 2 9
3  Brazil 3 2 1 6
4  Canada 2 5 7
=5  Costa Rica 2 2
=5  Cuba 2 2
7  Germany 1 4 5 10
8  Great Britain 1 2 1 4
9  New Zealand 1 2 3
10  Denmark 1 1 2 4
11  United States 1 2 3
12  Venezuela 1 1 2
13  Netherlands 3 3
14  Ukraine 2 2
15  Russia 1 2 3
16  Slovakia 1 1 2
17  Poland 3 3
18  Sweden 2 2
=19  France 1 1
=19  Hungary 1 1
=19  Romania 1 1
Total 32 32 32 96

References[edit]

  1. ^ FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), 1993-2008 - A story of success, by Pedro Adrega. Published by FINA in 2008; retrieved 2012-03-07.
  2. ^ HistoFINA, Volumes IIIa (2008 ed) and IIIb (2008 ed). ("HistoFINA" is FINA's self-history. Volume III is about the Short Course Worlds; part "a" contains men's statistics, part "b" women's statistics.
  3. ^ Participating nations list from the 1995 SC Worlds entry at SwimRankings.net; retrieved 2012-03-09. (note: 6 nations are missing from this listing)