2003 World Aquatics Championships

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2003 FINA
World Championships

Spain Barcelona, Spain
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
Combination women
Water polo
Team men women

The 10th FINA World Championships were held July 12–27, 2003 in Barcelona, Spain. The championships featured competition in all 5 of FINA's disciplines: Swimming, Diving, Synchronized Swimming, Water Polo, and Open Water Swimming.

Competition was held in the facilities all around the city: Palau Sant Jordi, Piscines Bernat Picornell, Piscina Municipal de Montjuïc, Club de Natació de Barcelona and Port Vell.

Schedule[edit]

Competition dates were:

  • Diving: July 13–19 and 21;
  • Synchronized Swimming: July 13–19;
  • Open Water: July 13 (5K), 16 (10K) and 19 (25K);
  • Water Polo:
  • Swimming: July 20–27.

Results[edit]

Diving[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Xiang Xu (CHN)  Wang Kenan (CHN)  Joona Puhakka (FIN)
3 m springboard  Aleksandr Dobroskok (RUS)  Peng Bo (CHN)  Dmitri Sautin (RUS)
10 m platform  Alexandre Despatie (CAN)  Mathew Helm (AUS)  Tian Liang (CHN)
3 m synchro springboard  Aleksandr Dobroskok (RUS)
 Dmitri Sautin (RUS)
 Wang Tianling (CHN)
 Wang Feng (CHN)
 Andreas Wels (GER)
 Tobias Schellenberg (GER)
10 m synchro platform  Mathew Helm (AUS)
 Robert Newbery (AUS)
 Roman Volodkov (UKR)
 Anton Zakharov (UKR)
 Tian Liang (CHN)
 Hu Jia (CHN)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Irina Lashko (AUS)  Conny Schmalfuss (GER)  Blythe Hartley (CAN)
3 m springboard  Guo Jingjing (CHN)  Yuliya Pakhalina (RUS)  Wu Minxia (CHN)
10 m platform  Émilie Heymans (CAN)  Lao Lishi (CHN)  Li Na (CHN)
3 m synchro springboard  Guo Jingjing (CHN)
 Wu Minxia (CHN)
 Vera Ilyina (RUS)
 Yuliya Pakhalina (RUS)
 Paola Espinosa (MEX)
 Laura Sánchez (MEX)
10 m synchro platform  Lao Lishi (CHN)
 Li Ting (CHN)
 Loudy Tourky (AUS)
 Lynda Dackiw (AUS)
 Evgenya Olshevskaya (RUS)
 Svetlana Timoshinina (RUS)

Open water swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Evgeni Kochkarov (RUS)  Christian Hein (GER)  Vladimir Dyatchin (RUS)
10 km  Vladimir Dyatchin (RUS)  Christian Hein (GER)  David Meca (ESP)
25 km  Yuri Kudinov (RUS)  David Meca (ESP)  Petar Stoychev (BUL)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Viola Valli (ITA)  Jana Pechanová (CZE)  Britta Kamrau (GER)
10 km  Viola Valli (ITA)  Angela Maurer (GER)  Edith van Dijk (NED)
25 km  Edith van Dijk (NED)  Britta Kamrau (GER)  Angela Maurer (GER)

Swimming[edit]

Synchronised swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo routine  Virginie Dedieu (FRA)  Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)  Gemma Mengual (ESP)
Duet routine  Anastasia Davydova (RUS)
 Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
 Miya Tachibana (JPN)
 Miho Takeda (JPN)
 Gemma Mengual (ESP)
 Paola Tirados (ESP)
Team routine  Russia  Japan  United States
Combination routine  Japan  United States
 Spain

Water polo[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's tournament  Hungary
Tibor Benedek
Péter Biros
Rajmund Fodor
István Gergely
Tamás Kásás
Gergely Kiss
Norbert Madaras
Tamás Molnár
Barnabás Steinmetz
Zoltán Szécsi
Tamás Varga
Zsolt Varga
Attila Vári
 Italy
Alberto Angelini
Fabio Bencivenga
Fabrizio Buonocore
Alessandro Calcaterra
Roberto Calcaterra
Maurizio Felugo
Goran Fiorentini
Marco Gerini
Andrea Mangiante
Francesco Postiglione
Bogdan Rath
Carlo Silipo
Stefano Tempesti
 Serbia and Montenegro
Aleksandar Ćirić
Vladimir Gojković
Danilo Ikodinović
Viktor Jelenić
Predrag Jokić
Nikola Kuljača
Slobodan Nikić
Aleksandar Šapić
Dejan Savić
Denis Šefik
Vanja Udovičić
Vladimir Vujasinović
Boris Zloković
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's tournament  United States
Nicolle Payne
Heather Petri
Ericka Lorenz
Brenda Villa
Ellen Estes
Natalie Golda
Margaret Dingeldein
Jacqueline Frank
Heather Moody
Robin Beauregard
Amber Stachowski
Gabrielle Domanic
Thalia Munro
 Italy
Francesca Conti
Martina Miceli
Carmela Allucci
Silvia Bosurgi
Erika Lava
Manuela Zanchi
Tania di Mario
Cinzia Ragusa
Giusy Malato
Alexandra Araujo
Maddalena Musumeci
Melania Grego
Noémi Tóth
 Russia
Valentina Voronisova
Natalya Shepelina
Yekaterina Salimova
Sofia Konoukh
Yelena Smurova
Galina Zlotnikova
Anastassia Zoubkova
Veronika Linkova
Tatiana Petrova
Olga Turova
Ekaterina Shishova
Svetlana Bogdanova
Maria Yaina

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 12 13 6 31
2  Russia 10 5 6 21
3  Australia 8 12 6 26
4  China 7 4 8 19
5  Germany 5 6 5 16
6  Japan 3 3 3 9
7  Netherlands 3 2 2 7
8  Great Britain 2 3 3 8
9  Ukraine 2 3 2 7
10  Italy 2 2 1 5
11  Canada 2 0 1 3
12  Hungary 1 4 1 6
13  Spain 1 2 3 6
14  Poland 1 1 0 2
15  France 1 0 2 3
16  Finland 1 0 1 2
17  Belarus 1 0 0 1
18  Czech Republic 0 2 0 2
19  Slovakia 0 1 1 2
20  Denmark 0 1 0 1
20  Croatia 0 1 0 1
22  Romania 0 0 2 2
23  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
23  Mexico 0 0 1 1
23  Serbia and Montenegro 0 0 1 1
23  South Africa 0 0 1 1
23  Sweden 0 0 1 1
23  Tunisia 0 0 1 1
Total 62 65 59 186

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Preceded by
2001 FINA World Championships
(Fukuoka, Japan)
2003 FINA World Championships Succeeded by
2005 FINA World Championships
(Montreal, Canada)