1999 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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The 4th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) was an international swimming meet organized by FINA, held 1–4 April 1999 at the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hong Kong.[1] It features 516 swimmers from 61 nations, swimming in 40 short course (25m) events.[2]

Participating nations[edit]

59 of 61 nations with swimmers at the 1999 Short Course Worlds were:[3]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m Freestyle
  details
Mark Foster
  United Kingdom Great Britain
21.81 José Meolans
  Argentina Argentina
21.84 Mark Veens
  Netherlands Netherlands
21.88
100m Freestyle
  details
Lars Frölander
  Sweden Sweden
47.05 Michael Klim
  Australia Australia
47.49 Bartosz Kizierowski
  Poland Poland
47.75
200m Freestyle
  details
Ian Thorpe
  Australia Australia
1:43.28
WR
Michael Klim
  Australia Australia
1:43.78 Pieter van den Hoogenband
  Netherlands Netherlands
1:44.39
400m Freestyle
  details
Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
3:35.01
WR
Ian Thorpe
  Australia Australia
3:35.64 Massimiliano Rosolino
  Italy Italy
3:42.81
1500m Freestyle
  details
Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
14:32.87 Graeme Smith
  United Kingdom Great Britain
14:45.41 Daniel Kowalski
  Australia Australia
14:51.44
50m Backstroke
  details
Rodolfo Falcón
  Cuba Cuba
24.34 Mariusz Siembida
  Poland Poland
24.41 Matt Welsh
  Australia Australia
24.70
100m Backstroke
  details
Rodolfo Falcón
  Cuba Cuba
52.44 Matt Welsh
  Australia Australia
52.45 Mariusz Siembida
  Poland Poland
53.27
200m Backstroke
  details
Josh Watson
  Australia Australia
1:54.67 Mark Versfeld
  Canada Canada
1:55.42 Sergey Ostapchuk
  Russia Russia
1:55.61
50m Breaststroke
  details
Dmytri Kraevskyy
  Ukraine Ukraine
27.40 Patrik Isaksson
  Sweden Sweden
27.57 Remo Lütolf
  Switzerland Switzerland
27.59
100m Breaststroke
  details
Patrik Isaksson
  Sweden Sweden
59.69 Domenico Fioravanti
  Italy Italy
59.88 Morgan Knabe
  Canada Canada
59.93
200m Breaststroke
  details
Phil Rogers
  Australia Australia
2:08.72 Ryan Mitchell
  Australia Australia
2:08.73 Dmitri Komornikov
  Russia Russia
2:09.18
50m Butterfly
  details
Mark Foster
  United Kingdom Great Britain
23.61 Qiang Zhang
  China China
23.87 Joris Keizer
  Netherlands Netherlands
23.96
100m Butterfly
  details
Lars Frölander
  Sweden Sweden
51.45 Michael Klim
  Australia Australia
51.56 James Hickman
  United Kingdom Great Britain
51.60
200m Butterfly
  details
James Hickman
  United Kingdom Great Britain
1:52.71 Takashi Yamamoto
  Japan Japan
1:54.68 Denys Sylantyev
  Ukraine Ukraine
1:55.41
100m I.M.
  details
Jani Sievinen
  Finland Finland
54.18 Matthew Dunn
  Australia Australia
54.77 Jacob Andersen
  Denmark Denmark
55.05
200m I.M.
  details
Matthew Dunn
  Australia Australia
1:55.81 James Hickman
  United Kingdom Great Britain
1:56.51 Marcel Wouda
  Netherlands Netherlands
1:58.63
400 I.M.
  details
Matthew Dunn
  Australia Australia
4:06.05 Marcel Wouda
  Netherlands Netherlands
4:09.29 Frederik Hviid
  Spain Spain
4:10.92
4x100m
  Free Relay
  details
Australia Australia
  Chris Fydler
  Todd Pearson
  Ian Thorpe
  Michael Klim
3:11.21 Netherlands Netherlands
  Mark Veens
  Johan Kenkhuis
  Marcel Wouda
  Pieter van den Hoogenband
3:11.57
ER
Sweden Sweden
  Dan Lindström
  Lars Frölander
  Mattias Ohlin
  Daniel Carlsson
3:12.69
4x200m
  Free Relay
  details
Netherlands Netherlands
  Pieter van den Hoogenband
  Johan Kenkhuis
  Martijn Zuijdweg
  Marcel Wouda
7:04.48
ER
United Kingdom Great Britain
  Gavin Meadows
  Sion Brinn
  Paul Palmer
  Edward Sinclair
7:07.20 Canada Canada
  Mark Johnston
  Brian Johns
  Rick Say
  Yannick Lupien
7:08.02
4x100m
  Medley Relay
  details
Australia Australia
  Matt Welsh
  Phil Rogers
  Michael Klim
  Chris Fydler
3:29.88
WR
Sweden Sweden
  Mattias Ohlin
  Patrik Isaksson
  Daniel Carlsson
  Lars Frölander
3:30.32
ER
United Kingdom Great Britain
  Neil Willey
  Darren Mew
  James Hickman
  Sion Brinn
3:32.25

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m Freestyle
  details
Inge de Bruijn
  Netherlands Netherlands
24.35
ER
Jenny Thompson
  United States USA
24.57 Alison Sheppard
  United Kingdom Great Britain
24.97
100m Freestyle
  details
Jenny Thompson
  United States USA
53.24 Sandra Völker
  Germany Germany
53.76 Sue Rolph
  United Kingdom Great Britain
53.78
200m Freestyle
  details
Martina Moravcová
  Slovakia Slovakia
1:56.11 Caini Qin
  China China
1:57.26 Josefin Lillhage
  Sweden Sweden
1:57.46
400m Freestyle
  details
Nadezhda Chemezova
  Russia Russia
4:05.23 Caini Qin
  China China
4:06.34 Joanne Malar
  Canada Canada
4:06.83
800m Freestyle
  details
Hua Chen
  China China
8:20.13 Rachel Harris
  Australia Australia
8:23.36 Flavia Rigamonti
  Switzerland Switzerland
8:26.38
50m Backstroke
  details
Sandra Völker
  Germany Germany
27.63 Mai Nakamura
  Japan Japan
27.73 Kellie McMillan
  Australia Australia
28.29
100m Backstroke
  details
Mai Nakamura
  Japan Japan
58.67 Kelly Stefanyshyn
  Canada Canada
1:00.43 Erin Gammel
  Canada Canada
1:00.49
200m Backstroke
  details
Mai Nakamura
  Japan Japan
2:06.49 Helen Don-Duncan
  United Kingdom Great Britain
2:08.18 Kelly Stefanyshyn
  Canada Canada
2:09.51
50m Breaststroke
  details
Masami Tanaka
  Japan Japan
30.80 Penny Heyns
  South Africa South Africa
30.88 Xue Han
  China China
31.24
100m Breaststroke
  details
Masami Tanaka
  Japan Japan
1:06.38 Penny Heyns
  South Africa South Africa
1:06.47 Samantha Riley
  Australia Australia
1:07.50
200m Breaststroke
  details
Masami Tanaka
  Japan Japan
2:20.22
WR
Penny Heyns
  South Africa South Africa
2:24.27 Qi Hui
  China China
2:25.05
50m Butterfly
  details
Jenny Thompson
  United States USA
26.18 Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Sweden Sweden
26.21 Inge de Bruijn
  Netherlands Netherlands
26.41
100m Butterfly
  details
Jenny Thompson
  United States USA
57.65 Johanna Sjöberg
  Sweden Sweden
57.74 Ayari Aoyama
  Japan Japan
58.29
200m Butterfly
  details
Mette Jacobsen
  Denmark Denmark
2:06.52
ER
Petria Thomas
  Australia Australia
2:06.53 Sophia Skou
  Denmark Denmark
2:08.29
100m I.M.
  details
Martina Moravcová
  Slovakia Slovakia
1:00.20
ER
Lori Munz
  Australia Australia
1:01.40 Oxana Verevka
  Russia Russia
1:01.55
200m I.M.
  details
Martina Moravcová
  Slovakia Slovakia
2:08.55
ER
Yana Klochkova
  Ukraine Ukraine
2:10.67 Lori Munz
  Australia Australia
2:11.48
400m I.M.
  details
Yana Klochkova
  Ukraine Ukraine
4:32.32 Joanne Malar
  Canada Canada
4:34.90 Lourdes Becerra
  Spain Spain
4:38.44
4x100m
  Free Relay
  details
United Kingdom Great Britain
  Alison Sheppard
  Claire Huddart
  Karen Pickering
  Sue Rolph
3:36.88 Netherlands Netherlands
  Thamar Henneken
  Wilma van Hofwegen
  Chantal Groot
  Inge de Bruijn
3:39.40 Australia Australia
  Lori Munz
  Rebecca Creedy
  Melanie Dodd
  Sarah Ryan
3:39.82
4x200m
  Free Relay
  details
Sweden Sweden
  Josefin Lillhage
  Louise Jöhncke
  Johanna Sjöberg
  Malin Svahnström
7:51.70
WR
United Kingdom Great Britain
  Claire Huddart
  Karen Legg
  Nicola Jackson
  Karen Pickering
7:53.98 Australia Australia
  Lori Munz
  Jacinta van Lint
  Rebecca Creedy
  Giaan Rooney
7:55.81
4x100m
  Medley Relay
  details
Japan Japan
  Mai Nakamura
  Masami Tanaka
  Ayari Aoyama
  Sumika Minamoto
3:57.62
WR
Australia Australia
  Giaan Rooney
  Samantha Riley
  Petria Thomas
  Lori Munz
4:00.37 Sweden Sweden
  Therese Alshammar
  Maria Östling
  Johanna Sjöberg
  Louise Jöhncke
4:00.84
ER

Medal standings[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 9 11 7 27
2  Japan 6 2 1 9
3  Great Britain 4 5 4 13
4  Sweden 4 4 3 11
5  USA 3 1 - 4
6  Slovakia 3 - - 3
7  Netherlands 2 3 5 10
8  Ukraine 2 1 1 4
9  Cuba 2 - - 2
10  China 1 3 2 6
11  Germany 1 1 - 2
12  Russia 1 - 3 4
13  Denmark 1 - 2 3
14  Finland 1 - - 1
15  Canada - 3 5 8
16  South Africa - 3 - 3
17  Poland - 1 2 3
18  Italy - 1 1 2
19  Argentina - 1 - 1
20  Spain - - 2 2
20   Switzerland - - 2 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), 1993-2008 - A story of success, by Pedro Adrega. Published by FINA in 2008; retrieved 2012-03-07.
  3. ^ Participating nations list for the 1999 Short Course Worlds, posted by SwimRankings.net; retrieved 2012-03-12.