2001 World Aquatics Championships

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2001 FINA
World Championships

Japan Fukuoka, Japan
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Swimming
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
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
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
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Water polo
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The 2001 World Aquatics Championships or the 9th FINA World Swimming Championships were held in Fukuoka, Japan between 16 July and 29 July 2001.

The opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the swimming and synchronised swimming events, were held at Marine Messe an indoor multi-purpose facility. The temporary 50-m pool with 10,000 seats on three sides cost US $4 million for the two-week period. The Fukuoka Prefectural Pool hosted the diving events, with open water swimming taking place at Momochi Beach. Water polo was held at two locations: the men's competition took place at Hakata-no-Mori Center Court and the women's event at the Nishi Civic Pool Complex.

Medals table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 13 4 6 23
2  China 10 6 4 20
3  United States 9 9 8 26
4  Russia 6 8 7 21
5  Italy 6 2 4 12
6  Germany 4 7 8 19
7  Netherlands 3 5 1 9
8  Ukraine 3 1 1 5
9  Sweden 1 3 2 6
10  Great Britain 1 2 4 7
11  Japan 1 1 7 9
12  Canada 1 1 3 5
13  Romania 1 1 2 4
14  Hungary 1 1 1 3
15  Spain 1 0 0 1
16  France 0 2 1 3
17  Mexico 0 2 0 2
17  Austria 0 2 0 2
19  Iceland 0 1 1 2
20  Poland 0 1 0 1
20   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
20  FR Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
20  Costa Rica 0 1 0 1
24  South Africa 0 0 1 1
Total 61 62 61 184

Results[edit]

Diving[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Wang Feng (CHN)  Wang Tianling (CHN)  Alexander Dobroskok (RUS)
3 m springboard  Dmitri Sautin (RUS)  Wang Tianling (CHN)  Ken Terauchi (JPN)
10 m platform  Tian Liang (CHN)  Alexandre Despatie (CAN)  Mathew Helm (AUS)
3 m springboard synchro  Peng Bo (CHN)
 Wang Kenan (CHN)
 Joel Rodriguez (MEX)
 Fernando Platas (MEX)
 Alexander Dobroskok (RUS)
 Dmitri Sautin (RUS)
10 m platform synchro  Tian Liang (CHN)
 Hu Jia (CHN)
 Eduardo Rueda (MEX)
 Fernando Platas (MEX)
 Roman Volodkov (UKR)
 Anton Zakharov (UKR)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Blythe Hartley (CAN)  Wu Minxia (CHN)  Zhang Jing (CHN)
3 m springboard  Guo Jingjing (CHN)  Irina Lashko (AUS)  Yuliya Pakhalina (RUS)
10 m platform  Xu Mian (CHN)  Duan Qing (CHN)  Loudy Tourky (AUS)
3 m springboard synchro  Wu Minxia (CHN)
 Guo Jingjing (CHN)
 Youlia Pakhalina (RUS)
 Vera Ilynia (RUS)
 Ditte Kotzian (GER)
 Conny Schmalfuss (GER)
10 m platform synchro  Duan Qing (CHN)
 Sang Xue (CHN)
 Evgeniya Olshevskaya (RUS)
 Svetlana Timoshinina (RUS)
 Takiri Miyazaki (JPN)
 Emi Otsuki (JPN)

Open water swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Luca Baldini (ITA)  Yevgeny Bezruchenko (RUS)  Marco Formentini (ITA)
10 km  Yevgeny Bezruchenko (RUS)  Vladimir Dyatchin (RUS)  Fabio Venturini (ITA)
25 km  Yuri Kudinov (RUS)  Stéphane Gomez (FRA)  Stéphane Lecat (FRA)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Viola Valli (ITA)  Peggy Büchse (GER)  Hayley Lewis (AUS)
10 km  Peggy Büchse (GER)  Irina Abysova (RUS)  Edith van Dijk (NED)
25 km  Viola Valli (ITA)  Edith van Dijk (NED)  Angela Maurer (GER)

Swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Anthony Ervin (USA)  Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED)  Roland Schoeman (RSA)
 Tomohiro Yamanoi (JPN)
100 m freestyle  Anthony Ervin (USA)  Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED)  Lars Frölander (SWE)
200 m freestyle  Ian Thorpe (AUS)  Pieter van den Hoogenband (NED)  Klete Keller (USA)
400 m freestyle  Ian Thorpe (AUS)  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Emiliano Brembilla (ITA)
800 m freestyle  Ian Thorpe (AUS)  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Graeme Smith (GBR)
1500 m freestyle  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Graeme Smith (GBR)  Alexei Filipets (RUS)
50 m backstroke  Randall Bal (USA)  Thomas Rupprath (GER)  Matt Welsh (AUS)
100 m backstroke  Matt Welsh (AUS)  Örn Arnarson (ISL)  Steffen Driesen (GER)
200 m backstroke  Aaron Peirsol (USA)  Markus Rogan (AUT)  Örn Arnarson (ISL)
50 m breaststroke  Oleg Lisogor (UKR)  Roman Sloudnov (RUS)  Domenico Fioravanti (ITA)
100 m breaststroke  Roman Sloudnov (RUS)  Domenico Fioravanti (ITA)  Ed Moses (USA)
200 m breaststroke  Brendan Hansen (USA)  Maxim Podoprigora (AUT)  Kosuke Kitajima (JPN)
50 m butterfly  Geoff Huegill (AUS)  Lars Frölander (SWE)  Mark Foster (GBR)
100 m butterfly  Lars Frölander (SWE)  Ian Crocker (USA)  Geoff Huegill (AUS)
200 m butterfly  Michael Phelps (USA)  Tom Malchow (USA)  Anatoly Polyakov (RUS)
200 m individual medley  Massimiliano Rosolino (ITA)  Tom Wilkens (USA)  Justin Norris (AUS)
400 m individual medley  Alessio Boggiatto (ITA)  Erik Vendt (USA)  Tom Wilkens (USA)
4×100 m freestyle relay  Australia (AUS)
Michael Klim
Ashley Callus
Todd Pearson
Ian Thorpe
 Netherlands (NED)
Mark Veens
Johan Kenkhuis
Klaas-Erik Zwering
Pieter van den Hoogenband
 Germany (GER)
Stefan Herbst
Torsten Spanneberg
Lars Conrad
Sven Lodziewski
4×200 m freestyle relay  Australia (AUS)
Grant Hackett
Michael Klim
Bill Kirby
Ian Thorpe
 Italy (ITA)
Emiliano Brembilla
Matteo Pelliciari
Andrea Beccari
Massimiliano Rosolino
 United States (USA)
Scott Goldblatt
Nate Dusing
Chad Carvin
Klete Keller
4×100 m medley relay  Australia (AUS)
Matt Welsh
Regan Harrison
Geoff Huegill
Ian Thorpe
 Germany (GER)
Steffen Driesen
Jens Kruppa
Thomas Rupprath
Torsten Spanneberg
 Russia (RUS)
Vladislav Aminov
Dmitry Komornikov
Vladislav Kulikov
Dmitri Tchernychev
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Inge de Bruijn (NED)  Therese Alshammar (SWE)  Sandra Völker (GER)
100 m freestyle  Inge de Bruijn (NED)  Katrin Meißner (GER)  Sandra Völker (GER)
200 m freestyle  Giaan Rooney (AUS)  Yang Yu (CHN)  Camelia Potec (ROM)
400 m freestyle  Yana Klochkova (UKR)  Claudia Poll (CRC)  Hannah Stockbauer (GER)
800 m freestyle  Hannah Stockbauer (GER)  Diana Munz (USA)  Kaitlin Sandeno (USA)
1500 m freestyle  Hannah Stockbauer (GER)  Flavia Rigamonti (SUI)  Diana Munz (USA)
50 m backstroke  Haley Cope (USA)  Antje Buschschulte (GER)  Natalie Coughlin (USA)
100 m backstroke  Natalie Coughlin (USA)  Diana Mocanu (ROM)  Antje Buschschulte (GER)
200 m backstroke  Diana Mocanu (ROM)  Stanislava Komarova (RUS)  Joanna Fargus (GBR)
50 m breaststroke  Luo Xuejuan (CHN)  Kristy Kowal (USA)  Zoë Baker (GBR)
100 m breaststroke  Luo Xuejuan (CHN)  Leisel Jones (AUS)  Ágnes Kovács (HUN)
200 m breaststroke  Ágnes Kovács (HUN)  Qi Hui (CHN)  Luo Xuejuan (CHN)
50 m butterfly  Inge de Bruijn (NED)  Therese Alshammar (SWE)  Anna-Karin Kammerling (SWE)
100 m butterfly  Petria Thomas (AUS)  Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL)  Junko Onishi (JPN)
200 m butterfly  Petria Thomas (AUS)  Annika Mehlhorn (GER)  Kaitlin Sandeno (USA)
200 m individual medley  Martha Bowen (USA)  Yana Klochkova (UKR)  Qi Hui (CHN)
400 m individual medley  Yana Klochkova (UKR)  Martha Bowen (USA)  Beatrice Căslaru (ROM)
4×100 m freestyle relay  Germany (GER)
Petra Dallmann
Antje Buschschulte
Katrin Meißner
Sandra Völker
 United States (USA)
Colleen Lanne
Erin Phenix
Maritza Correia
Courtney Shealy
 Great Britain (GBR)
Alison Sheppard
Melanie Marshall
Rosalind Brett
Karen Pickering
4×200 m freestyle relay1  Great Britain (GBR)
Nicola Jackson
Janine Belton
Karen Legg
Karen Pickering
 Germany (GER)
Silvia Szalai
Sarah Harstick
Hannah Stockbauer
Meike Freitag
 Japan (JPN)
Maki Mita
Tomoko Hagiwara
Tomoko Nagai
Eri Yamanoi
4×100 m medley relay  Australia (AUS)
Dyana Calub
Leisel Jones
Petria Thomas
Sarah Ryan
 United States (USA)
Natalie Coughlin
Megan Quann
Mary Descenza
Erin Phenix
 China (CHN)
Zhan Shu
Luo Xuejuan
Ruan Yi
Xu Yanwei

1In accordance with the decision of the FINA Bureau (2001, Bangkok): “To avoid any reasonable doubt regarding the result of the Women’s relay 4x200m Freestyle Final of the 9th FINA World Championships in Fukuoka but without unfairly changing the official results of the race, the Bureau decided to grant a second set of gold medals to the USA team." The members of the USA team were: Natalie Coughlin, Diana Munz, Cristina Teuscher, Julie Hardt (7:58.13).[1]

Synchronised swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo routine  Olga Brusnikina (RUS)  Virginie Dedieu (FRA)  Miya Tachibana (JPN)
Duet routine  Miya Tachibana (JPN)
 Miho Takeda (JPN)
 Anastasia Davydova (RUS)
 Anastassia Ermakova (RUS)
 Claire Carver-Dias (CAN)
 Fanny Létourneau (CAN)
Team routine  Russia (RUS)
Anastasia Davydova
Anastassia Ermakova
Irina Tolkatcheva
Elena Ovtchinnikova
Anna Shorina
Elvira Khassianova
Svetlana Petratchina
Joulia Chestakovitch
Maria Gromova
 Japan (JPN)
Yoko Yoneda
Juri Tatsumi
Michiyo Fujimaru
Satoe Hokoda
Chiaki Watanabe
Naoko Kawashima
Emiko Suzuki
Saho Harada
Miho Takeda
 Canada (CAN)
Claire Carver-Dias
Fanny Létourneau
Catherine Garceau
Erin Chan
Jessica Chase
Lynn Johnson
Amy Caskey
Sara Petrov
Shayna Nackoney
Sarah L. Alexander

Water polo[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's tournament  Spain  Yugoslavia  Russia
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's tournament  Italy  Hungary  Canada

References[edit]

  1. ^ HistoFINA SWIMMING MEDALLISTS AND STATISTICS AT FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS (50M) - Pg. 47 (http://www.fina.org/H2O/docs/histofina/swimming_wch.pdf)

External links[edit]

Preceded by
1998 World Aquatics Championships
(Perth, Australia)
FINA World Aquatics Championships Succeeded by
2003 World Aquatics Championships
(Barcelona, Spain)