2004 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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7th World Swimming Championships (25 m)
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Host city Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Date(s) October 7–11, 2004
Venue(s) Conseco Fieldhouse

The 7th FINA Short Course World Championships were held at the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA from October 7 through October 11, 2004.

Results[edit]

Freestyle[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m United Kingdom Mark Foster 21.58 Sweden Stefan Nystrand 21.66 Brazil Nicholas Santos
United States Nick Brunelli
21.71
100 m United States Jason Lezak 47.97 Algeria Salim Iles 48.07 Canada Rick Say 48.38
200 m United States Michael Phelps 1:43.59 Canada Rick Say 1:44.39 United States Ryan Lochte 1:44.97
400 m Russia Yuri Prilukov 3:40.79 United States Chad Carvin 3:43.77 United States Justin Mortimer 3:44.70
1500 m Russia Yuri Prilukov 14:39.16 Italy Simone Ercoli 14:53.89 Romania Dragoş Coman 14:56.74
4×100 m United States United States
Nick Brunelli
Neil Walker
Nate Dusing
Jason Lezak
3:09.96 Brazil Brazil
César Cielo
Thiago Pereira
Christiano Santos
Nicholas Santos
3:12.73 Canada Canada
Mike Mintenko
Matthew Rose
Adam Sioui
Rick Say
3:13.62
4×200 m United States United States
Ryan Lochte
Chad Carvin
Dan Ketchum
Justin Mortimer
7:03.71 Australia Australia
Nicholas Sprenger
Andrew Mewing
Brendan Huges
Joshua Krogh
7:03.78 Brazil Brazil
Rodrigo Castro
Thiago Pereira
Rafael Mosca
Lucas Salatta
7:06.64
Women 50 m Netherlands Marleen Veldhuis 24.41 Australia Libby Lenton 24.54 Sweden Therese Alshammar 24.63
100 m Australia Libby Lenton 52.67 Sweden Josefin Lillhage 53.56 Netherlands Marleen Veldhuis 53.88
200 m Sweden Josefin Lillhage 1:56.35 United States Lindsay Benko 1:56.48 United States Dana Vollmer 1:58.05
400 m United States Kaitlin Sandeno 4:02.01 United States Sara McLarty 4:04.49 Japan Sachiko Yamada 4:04.64
800 m Japan Sachiko Yamada 8:18.21 United States Kate Ziegler 8:20.55 Australia Melissa Gorman 8:25.38
4×100 m United States United States
Amanda Weir
Kara Lynn Joyce
Lindsay Benko
Jenny Thompson
3:35.07 Sweden Sweden
Josefin Lillhage
Anna-Karin Kammerling
Johanna Sjöberg
Therese Alshammar
3:35.83 Australia Australia
Libby Lenton
Louise Tomlinson
Danni Miatke
Shayne Reese
3:36.18
4×200 m United States United States
Dana Vollmer
Rachel Komisarz
Lindsay Benko
Kaitlin Sandeno
7:47.72 Australia Australia
Libby Lenton
Danni Miatke
Louise Tomlinson
Shayne Reese
7:51.39 Sweden Sweden
Ida Mattsson
Johanna Sjöberg
Josefin Lillhage
Petra Granlund
7:54.39

Backstroke[edit]

M/W Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m Germany Thomas Rupprath 23.51 Australia Matt Welsh 23.60 United States Peter Marshall 23.93
100 m United States Aaron Peirsol 50.72 CR Australia Matt Welsh 51.04 Germany Thomas Rupprath 51.20
200 m United States Aaron Peirsol 1:50.52 WR Australia Matt Welsh 1:52.54 Russia Arkady Vyatchanin 1:54.20
Women 50 m United States Haley Cope 27.49 China Gao Chang 27.55 Australia Sophie Edington 28.17
100 m United States Haley Cope 59.03 China Gao Chang 59.61 Australia Sophie Edington 59.64
200 m United States Margaret Hoelzer 2:05.84 Australia Tayliah Zimmer 2:08.05 New Zealand Melissa Ingram 2:08.54

Breaststroke[edit]

M/W Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m United States Brendan Hansen 26.86 Australia Brenton Rickard 27.09 Sweden Stefan Nystrand 27.28
100 m United States Brendan Hansen 58.45 Australia Brenton Rickard 58.64 Kazakhstan Vladislav Polyakov 59.07
200 m United States Brendan Hansen 2:04.98 CR Australia Brenton Rickard 2:08.34 Kazakhstan Vladislav Polyakov 2:08.36
Women 50 m Australia Brooke Hanson 30.20 Australia Jade Edmistone 30.21 United States Tara Kirk 30.61
100 m Australia Brooke Hanson 1:05.36 CR Australia Jade Edmistone 1:05.97 United States Tara Kirk 1:06.33
200 m Australia Brooke Hanson 2:21.68 United States Amanda Beard 2:22.53 Australia Sarah Katsoulis 2:22.97

Butterfly[edit]

M/W Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m United States Ian Crocker 22.71 WR United Kingdom Mark Foster 23.22 Croatia Duje Draganja 23.26
100 m United States Ian Crocker 50.18 CR United Kingdom James Hickman 51.13 Slovenia Peter Mankoč 51.66
200 m United Kingdom James Hickman 1:53.41 Romania Ioan Gherghel 1:54.06 China Wu Peng 1:54.51
Women 50 m United States Jenny Thompson 25.89 Sweden Anna-Karin Kammerling 26.02 Australia Libby Lenton 26.53
100 m Slovakia Martina Moravcová 57.38 United States Rachel Komisarz 57.85 United States Jenny Thompson 58.13
200 m United States Kaitlin Sandeno 2:06.95 United States Mary Descenza 2:07.79 Canada Audrey Lacroix 2:08.35

Medley[edit]

M/W Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 100 m Slovenia Peter Mankoč 52.66 CR Germany Thomas Rupprath 53.35 Brazil Thiago Pereira 53.75
200 m Brazil Thiago Pereira 1:55.78 United States Ryan Lochte 1:55.86 Tunisia Oussama Mellouli 1:56.23
400 m Tunisia Oussama Mellouli 4:07.02 United Kingdom Robin Francis 4:08.06 United States Eric Shanteau 4:08.94
4×100 m United States United States
Aaron Peirsol
Brendan Hansen
Ian Crocker
Jason Lezak
3:25.09 WR Australia Australia
Matthew Welsh
Brenton Rickard
Andrew Richards
Andrew Mewing
3:29.72 Russia Russia
Arkady Vyatchanin
Andrei Ivanov
Nikolay Skvortsov
Andrey Kapralov
3:32.11
Women 100 m Australia Brooke Hanson 1:00.01 Australia Shayne Reese 1:00.92 Slovakia Martina Moravcová 1:00.95
200 m Australia Brooke Hanson 2:09.81 Australia Lara Carroll 2:10.58 United States Katie Hoff 2:10.61
400 m United States Kaitlin Sandeno 4:30.12 United States Katie Hoff 4:33.09 Australia Lara Carroll 4:35.46
4×100 m Australia Australia
Sophie Edington
Brooke Hanson
Jessicah Schipper
Libby Lenton
3:54.95 WR United States USA
Haley Cope
Tara Kirk
Jenny Thompson
Kara Lynn Joyce
3:55.68 Sweden Sweden
Therese Svendsen
Sara Larsson
Johanna Sjöberg
Josefin Lillhage
4:01.76

Medal table[edit]

Pos. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 21 10 10 41
2  Australia 7 15 8 30
3  United Kingdom 2 3 0 5
4  Russia 2 0 2 4
5  Sweden 1 4 4 9
6  Brazil 1 1 3 5
7  Germany 1 1 1 3
8  Japan 1 0 1 2
 Tunisia 1 0 1 2
 Netherlands 1 0 1 2
 Slovakia 1 0 1 2
 Slovenia 1 0 1 2
9  China 0 2 1 3
10  Canada 0 1 3 4
11  Romania 0 1 1 2
12  Algeria 0 1 0 1
 Italy 0 1 0 1
13  Kazakhstan 0 0 2 2
14  Croatia 0 0 1 1
Total 40 40 41 121

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