1997 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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1997 Pan Pacific
Swimming Championships

Fukuoka, Japan
Swimming pictogram.svg
Freestyle
50 m   men   women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The seventh edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in Fukuoka, Japan, from August 10–13, 1997.[1][2]

Competing nations[edit]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
details
 Bill Pilczuk (USA)
 Ricardo Busquets (PUR)
22.42  David Fox (USA) 22.69
100 m freestyle
details
 Michael Klim (AUS) 49.46  Neil Walker (USA) 49.57  Ricardo Busquets (PUR) 49.94
200 m freestyle
details
 Michael Klim (AUS) 1:47.60 CR  Josh Davis (USA) 1:48.17  Trent Bray (NZL) 1:49.27
400 m freestyle
details
 Grant Hackett (AUS) 3:47.27 CR  Ian Thorpe (AUS) 3:49.64  Chad Carvin (USA) 3:50.40
800 m freestyle
details
 Grant Hackett (AUS) 7:50.30  Chad Carvin (USA) 7:57.82  Tyler Painter (USA) 8:01.17
1500 m freestyle
details
 Grant Hackett (AUS) 15:13.25  Tyler Painter (USA) 15:17.01  Chad Carvin (USA) 15:17.18
100 m backstroke
details
 Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) 54.43 CR  Neil Walker (USA) 55.27  Mark Versfeld (CAN) 55.55
200 m backstroke
details
 Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) 1:57.87 CR  Mark Versfeld (CAN) 1:59.61 NR  Brad Bridgewater (USA) 2:00.04
100 m breaststroke
details
 Kurt Grote (USA) 1:01.22 CR  Phil Rogers (AUS) 1:01.85  Jarrod Marrs (USA) 1:02.64
200 m breaststroke
details
 Kurt Grote (USA) 2:14.05  Yoshiaki Okita (JPN) 2:14.59  Tom Wilkens (USA) 2:14.80
100 m butterfly
details
 Neil Walker (USA) 52.76 CR  Michael Klim (AUS) 52.94  Nate Dusing (USA) 53.26
200 m butterfly
details
 Uğur Taner (USA) 1:57.35 CR  Tom Malchow (USA) 1:57.71  Scott Goodman (AUS) 1:58.34
200 m individual medley
details
 Matthew Dunn (AUS) 2:01.14  Curtis Myden (CAN) 2:01.83  Ron Karnaugh (USA) 2:02.25
400 m individual medley
details
 Matthew Dunn (AUS) 4:16.11  Curtis Myden (CAN) 4:16.30  Trent Steed (AUS) 4:21.07
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Scott Tucker (49.86)
Brad Schumacher (49.66)
Jon Olsen (49.69)
Neil Walker (48.97)
3:18.18  Australia
Michael Klim (49.15)
Richard Upton (50.11)
Scott Logan (50.21)
Ian van der Wal (49.86)
3:19.33  New Zealand
John Steel (51.16)
Nicholas Tongue (50.55)
Danyon Loader (51.01)
Trent Bray (49.77)
3:22.49
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Chad Carvin (1:48.26)
Tom Malchow (1:50.04)
Uğur Taner (1:48.34)
Josh Davis (1:47.35)
7:13.99 CR  Australia
Michael Klim (1:47.56)
Ian Thorpe (1:50.86)
Ian van der Wal (1:49.35)
Grant Hackett (1:47.95)
7:15.72  New Zealand
Trent Bray (1:50.24)
Scott Cameron (1:52.72)
Nicholas Tongue (1:53.99)
Danyon Loader (1:51.38)
7:28.33
4×100 m medley relay
details
 United States
Lenny Krayzelburg (54.74)
Kurt Grote (1:00.59)
Nate Dusing (52.67)
Neil Walker (49.03)
3:36.93 CR  Australia
Adrian Radley (56.01)
Phil Rogers (1:01.78)
Scott Goodman (53.34)
Michael Klim (48.60)
3:39.73  Canada
Mark Versfeld (56.35)
Morgan Knabe (1:04.28)
Edward Parenti (53.92)
Stephen Clarke (49.53)
3:43.98

Legend: WRWorld record; CRChampionship record; CWRCommonwealth record; NR – National record

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
details
 Le Jingyi (CHN) 25.24  Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.42  Nicole De Man (USA) 25.66
100 m freestyle
details
 Jenny Thompson (USA) 54.82  Le Jingyi (CHN) 54.86  Catherine Fox (USA) 56.07
200 m freestyle
details
 Claudia Poll (CRC) 1:57.48  Le Jingyi (CHN) 2:00.54  Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:01.12
400 m freestyle
details
 Claudia Poll (CRC) 4:06.56  Brooke Bennett (USA) 4:09.77  Diana Munz (USA) 4:14.03
800 m freestyle
details
 Brooke Bennett (USA) 8:26.36  Claudia Poll (CRC) 8:29.05  Diana Munz (USA) 8:29.06
1500 m freestyle
details
 Brooke Bennett (USA) 16:10.24  Diana Munz (USA) 16.17.06  Erica Rose (USA)[3] 16:29.06
100 m backstroke
details
 Mai Nakamura (JPN) 1:01.13  Lea Maurer (USA) 1:01.35  Catherine Fox (USA) 1:01.83
200 m backstroke
details
 Mai Nakamura (JPN) 2:11.40  Lea Maurer (USA) 2:12.25  Miki Nakao (JPN) 2:12.80
100 m breaststroke
details
 Samantha Riley (AUS) 1:07.81  Penny Heyns (RSA) 1:08.85  Kristy Kowal (USA) 1:09.18
200 m breaststroke
details
 Samantha Riley (AUS) 2:25.34  Masami Tanaka (JPN) 2:29.66  Lauren van Oosten (CAN) 2:29.83
100 m butterfly
details
 Jenny Thompson (USA) 59.00  Ayari Aoyama (JPN) 59.35  Can Huijue (CHN) 59.64
200 m butterfly
details
 Susie O'Neill (AUS) 2:08.59  Kristine Quance (USA) 2:09.29  Misty Hyman (USA) 2:11.53
200 m individual medley
details
 Kristine Quance (USA) 2:13.79  Marianne Limpert (CAN) 2:14.91  Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:16.17
400 m individual medley
details
 Kristine Quance (USA) 4:39.61  Maddy Crippen (USA) 4:43.20  Joanne Malar (CAN) 4:44.17
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Catherine Fox (55.80)
Melanie Valerio (56.23)
Nicole De Man (56.35)
Jenny Thompson (55.39)
3:43.77  Canada
Shannon Shakespeare (56.73)
Nicole Davey (57.06)
Marianne Limpert (56.84)
Laura Nicholls (55.94)
3:46.57  Australia
Sarah Ryan (56.53)
Susie O'Neill (56.24)
Kate Godfrey (57.42)
Nadine Neumann (57.30)
3:47.49
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Lindsay Benko (2:01.81)
Ashley Whitney (2:02.81)
Jamie Cail (2:01.52)
Jenny Thompson (2:01.68)
8:07.82  Canada
Jessica Deglau (2:01.98)
Karine Chevrier (2:02.18)
Andrea Schwartz (2:02.84)
Joanne Malar (2:01.85)
8:08.85  Australia
Susie O'Neill (2:01.26)
Sarah Ryan (2:05.59)
Kate Godfrey (2:04.17)
Nadine Neumann (2:02.90)
8:13.92
4×100 m medley relay
details
 United States
Lea Maurer (1:01.52)
Kristy Kowal (1:08.52)
Richelle Fox (59.73)
Jenny Thompson (54.50)
4:04.27  Australia
Meredith Smith (1:03.55)
Samantha Riley (1:07.10)
Susie O'Neill (59.87)
Sarah Ryan (55.20)
4:05.72  Japan
Mai Nakamura (1:01.42)
Junko Isoda (1:10.99)
Ayari Aoyama (59.50)
Sumika Minamoto (55.92)
4:07.83

Legend: WRWorld record; CRChampionship record; CWRCommonwealth record; NR – National record

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "1997 Pan Pacific Results". Archive. August 14, 1997. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history
  3. ^ Medal awarded to number five in the final ranking, Brooke Townsend (16:53.25) of Australia, due to meet rule that one country can only win two medals per event.

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