1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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1999 Pan Pacific
Swimming Championships

Sydney, Australia
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Freestyle
50 m   men   women
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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The eighth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 1999 at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre in Sydney, Australia, from 22–29 August. [1][2] [3] [4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11] Only two swimmers per country could compete in finals, and only four swimmers per country could compete in semifinals.

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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 Brendon Dedekind (RSA) 22.06 CR  Gary Hall Jr. (USA) 22.26  Bill Pilczuk (USA) 22.52
100 m freestyle
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 Michael Klim (AUS) 48.98  Neil Walker (USA) 49.17  Chris Fydler (AUS) 49.42
200 m freestyle
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 Ian Thorpe (AUS) 1:46.00 WR  Michael Klim (AUS) 1:47.40  Ryk Neethling (RSA) 1:48.17
400 m freestyle
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 Ian Thorpe (AUS) 3:41.83 WR  Grant Hackett (AUS) 3:46.02  Ryk Neethling (RSA) 3:46.31
1500 m freestyle
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 Grant Hackett (AUS) 14:45.60 CR  Ryk Neethling (RSA) 15:02.40  Chris Thompson (USA) 15:04.68
100 m backstroke
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 Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) 53.60 WR  Matt Welsh (AUS) 55.13  Josh Watson (AUS) 55.18
200 m backstroke
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 Lenny Krayzelburg (USA) 1:55.87 WR  Ray Hass (AUS) 1:59.87  Cameron Delaney (AUS) 1:59.98
100 m breaststroke
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 Simon Cowley (AUS) 1:02.06  Regan Harrison (AUS) 1:02.26  Morgan Knabe (CAN) 1:02.37
200 m breaststroke
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 Simon Cowley (AUS) 2:12.98  Tom Wilkens (USA) 2:13.97  Terence Parkin (RSA) 2:14.12
100 m butterfly
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 Michael Klim (AUS) 52.49  Geoff Huegill (AUS) 52.51  Takashi Yamamoto (JPN) 52.93
200 m butterfly
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 Tom Malchow (USA) 1:55.41 CR  Takashi Yamamoto (JPN) 1:57.33  Uğur Taner (USA) 1:57.82
200 m individual medley
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 Tom Wilkens (USA) 2:01.01  Curtis Myden (CAN) 2:01.64  Matthew Dunn (AUS) 2:01.86
400 m individual medley
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 Matthew Dunn (AUS) 4:16.54  Curtis Myden (CAN) 4:16.77  Tom Wilkens (USA) 4:18.58
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 Australia
Michael Klim (48.73 CWR)
Jeff English (49.60)
Chris Fydler (49.20)
Ian Thorpe (48.55)
3:16.08 CWR  United States
Bryan Jones (50.15)
Josh Davis (48.93)
Neil Walker (48.90)
Jason Lezak (48.83)
3:16.81  Canada
Yannick Lupien (50.14)
Craig Hutchison (50.65)
Jake Steele (49.74)
Graham Duthie (50.20)
3:20.73 NR
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 Australia
Ian Thorpe (1:46.28)
Bill Kirby (1:48.96)
Grant Hackett (1:46.30)
Michael Klim (1:47.25)
7:08.79 WR  United States
Chad Carvin (1:48.67)
Josh Davis (1:47.66)
Tom Malchow (1:51.43)
Uğur Taner (1:48.90)
7:11.66  Canada
Mark Johnston (1:51.13)
Rick Say (1:49.73)
Yannick Lupien (1:50.49)
Brian Johns (1:51.91)
7:23.26
4×100 m medley relay
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 United States
Lenny Krayzelburg (53.67)
Kurt Grote (1:01.69)
Dod Wales (52.49)
Neil Walker (48.52)
3:36.37 CR  Canada
Mark Versfeld (55.47)
Morgan Knabe (1:01.54)
Mike Mintenko (53.69)
Yannick Lupien (49.48)
3:40.18  Japan
Atsushi Nishikori (55.72)
Ryosuke Imai (1:02.14)
Takashi Yamamoto (52.42)
Shunsuke Ito (49.93)
3:40.21

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

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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 Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.51  Sarah Ryan (AUS) 25.93  Liesl Kolbisen (USA) 25.97
100 m freestyle
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 Jenny Thompson (USA) 54.89  Sarah Ryan (AUS) 55.58  Rebecca Creedy (AUS) 55.90
200 m freestyle
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 Susie O'Neill (AUS) 1:58.17 CWR  Lindsay Benko (USA) 1:59.60  Ellen Stonebraker (USA) 2:00.46
400 m freestyle
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 Brooke Bennett (USA) 4:08.39  Lindsay Benko (USA) 4:08.75  Claudia Poll (CRC) 4:11.53
800 m freestyle
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 Brooke Bennett (USA) 8:25.06  Rachel Harris (AUS) 8:37.23  Ellen Stonebraker (USA) 8:40.39
100 m backstroke
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 Dyana Calub (AUS)
 Mai Nakamura (JPN)
1:01.51  Barbara Bedford (USA) 1:01.76
200 m backstroke
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 Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) 2:11.36  Miki Nakao (JPN) 2:11.41  Lindsay Benko (USA) 2:13.51
100 m breaststroke
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 Penny Heyns (RSA) 1:07.08  Megan Quann (USA) 1:08.54  Kristy Kowal (USA) 1:08.56
200 m breaststroke
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 Penny Heyns (RSA) 2:23.64 WR  Kristy Kowal (USA) 2:25.52  Sarah Poewe (RSA) 2:25.90
100 m butterfly
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 Jenny Thompson (USA) 57.88 WR  Susie O'Neill (AUS) 59.07  Ayari Aoyama (JPN) 59.58
200 m butterfly
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 Susie O'Neill (AUS) 2:06.60  Jessica Deglau (CAN) 2:10.27  Misty Hyman (USA) 2:10.40
200 m individual medley
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 Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:13.63 CWR  Cristina Teuscher (USA) 2:14.31  Elli Overton (AUS) 2:14.51
400 m individual medley
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 Joanne Malar (CAN) 4:40.23  Yasuko Tajima (JPN) 4:40.56  Cristina Teuscher (USA) 4:41.21
4×100 m freestyle relay
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 United States
Liesl Kolbisen (56.26)
Richelle Fox (55.80)
Lindsay Benko (55.53)
Jenny Thompson (54.27)
3:41.86  Australia
Sarah Ryan (56.10)
Lori Munz (56.06)
Rebecca Creedy (55.87)
Susie O'Neill (54.66)
3:42.69  Canada
Jessica Deglau (56.74)
Marianne Limpert (55.80)
Anna Lydall (56.24)
Laura Nicholls (55.72)
3:44.50 NR
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 United States
Lindsay Benko (1:58.86)
Ellen Stonebraker (1:59.68)
Jenny Thompson (2:00.02)
Cristina Teuscher (1:59.05)
7:57.61 CR  Australia
Giaan Rooney (2:00.62)
Rebecca Creedy (2:01.32)
Lori Munz (1:59.57)
Susie O'Neill (1:59.16)
8:00.67 CWR  Canada
Jessica Deglau (2:02.55)
Joanne Malar (2:00.99)
Marianne Limpert (2:02.02)
Laura Nicholls (2:01.30)
8:06.86
4×100 m medley relay
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 United States
Barbara Bedford (1:01.53)
Megan Quann (1:07.55)
Jenny Thompson (58.00)
Liesl Kolbisen (56.01)
4:03.09  Australia
Dyana Calub (1:02.24)
Samantha Riley (1:09.35)
Susie O'Neill (58.87)
Sarah Ryan (55.28)
4:05.74  Japan
Mai Nakamura (1:01.68)
Masami Tanaka (1:09.57)
Ayari Aoyama (1:00.26)
Suzu Chiba (55.63)
4:07.14

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

Awards[edit]

  • Rookie of the Meet:  Megan Quann (USA) (100 m breaststroke)
  • Male Swimmer of the Meet:  Ian Thorpe (AUS) (400 m freestyle)
  • Female Swimmer of the Meet:  Penny Heyns (RSA) (200 m breaststroke)

(determined by FINA points)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1999 Pan Pacific". USA Swimming. August 30, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Results". Archive. August 30, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  3. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history
  4. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 1". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  5. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 2". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  6. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 3". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  7. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 4". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  8. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 5". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  9. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 6". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  10. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 7". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  11. ^ "1999 Pan Pacific Championships Day 8". Swimming World Magazine. August 29, 1999. Retrieved March 4, 2014.