2005 World Aquatics Championships

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2005 FINA
World Championships

Canada Montreal, Canada
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 2005 World Aquatics Championships or the XI FINA World Championships were held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada from July 16 to July 31, 2005. They took place in Parc Jean-Drapeau on Saint Helen's Island.

Competition[edit]

Swimming competition pool

Medal standings[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 17 15 7 39
2  Australia 13 8 4 25
3  China 5 5 7 17
4  Russia 4 3 2 9
5  Canada 3 4 3 10
6  France 3 1 1 5
7  Germany 2 7 4 13
8  Hungary 2 2 1 5
9  Zimbabwe 2 2 0 4
10  South Africa 2 1 2 5
11  Netherlands 2 1 1 4
12  Poland 2 0 2 4
13  Italy 1 3 3 7
14  Spain 1 1 2 4
15  Greece 1 0 1 2
16  Serbia and Montenegro 1 0 0 1
17  Japan 0 4 7 11
18  Sweden 0 1 2 3
19  Austria 0 1 1 2
20  Croatia 0 1 0 1
20  Cuba 0 1 0 1
20   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
23  Great Britain 0 0 4 4
24  Ukraine 0 0 3 3
25  Bulgaria 0 0 2 2
25  Tunisia 0 0 2 2
Total 61 62 61 184
ordered by gold medals

Diving[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Alexandre Despatie (CAN)  Xu Xiang (CHN)  Wang Feng (CHN)
3 m springboard  Alexandre Despatie (CAN)  Troy Dumais (USA)  He Chong (CHN)
10 m platform  Hu Jia (CHN)  José Guerra (CUB)  Gleb Galperin (RUS)
3 m springboard synchro  He Chong (CHN)
 Wang Feng (CHN)
 Tobias Schellenberg (GER)
 Andreas Wels (GER)
 Justin Dumais (USA)
 Troy Dumais (USA)
10 m platform synchro  Dmitry Dobroskok (RUS)
 Gleb Galperin (RUS)
 Yang Jinghui (CHN)
 Hu Jia (CHN)
 Peter Waterfield (GBR)
 Leon Taylor (GBR)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
1 m springboard  Blythe Hartley (CAN)  Wu Minxia (CHN)  Heike Fischer (GER)
3 m springboard  Guo Jingjing (CHN)  Wu Minxia (CHN)  Tania Cagnotto (ITA)
10 m platform  Laura Ann Wilkinson (USA)  Loudy Tourky (AUS)  Jia Tong (CHN)
3 m springboard synchro  Li Ting (CHN)
 Guo Jingjing (CHN)
 Ditte Kotzian (GER)
 Conny Schmalfuss (GER)
 Olena Fedorova (UKR)
 Kristina Ishchenko (UKR)
10 m platform synchro  Jia Tong (CHN)
 Yuan Peilin (CHN)
 Chantelle Newbery (AUS)
 Loudy Tourky (AUS)
 Meaghan Benfeito (CAN)
 Roseline Filion (CAN)

Open water swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Thomas Lurz (GER)  Chip Peterson (USA)  Simone Ercoli (ITA)
10 km  Chip Peterson (USA)  Thomas Lurz (GER)  Petar Stoychev (BUL)
25 km  David Meca (ESP)  Brendan Capell (AUS)  Petar Stoychev (BUL)
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km  Larisa Ilchenko (RUS)  Margy Keefe (USA)  Edith van Dijk (NED)
10 km  Edith van Dijk (NED)  Frederica Vitale (ITA)  Britta Kamrau (GER)
25 km  Edith van Dijk (NED)  Britta Kamrau (GER)  Laura la Piana (ITA)

Swimming[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Roland Schoeman (RSA)  Duje Draganja (CRO)  Bartosz Kizierowski (POL)
100 m freestyle  Filippo Magnini (ITA)  Roland Schoeman (RSA)  Ryk Neethling (RSA)
200 m freestyle  Michael Phelps (USA)  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Ryk Neethling (RSA)
400 m freestyle  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Yuri Prilukov (RUS)  Oussama Mellouli (TUN)
800 m freestyle  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Larsen Jensen (USA)  Yuri Prilukov (RUS)
1500 m freestyle  Grant Hackett (AUS)  Larsen Jensen (USA)  David Davies (GBR)
50 m backstroke  Aristeidis Grigoriadis (GRE)  Matt Welsh (AUS)  Liam Tancock (GBR)
100 m backstroke  Aaron Peirsol (USA)  Randall Bal (USA)  László Cseh (HUN)
200 m backstroke  Aaron Peirsol (USA)  Markus Rogan (AUT)  Ryan Lochte (USA)
50 m breaststroke  Mark Warnecke (GER)  Mark Gangloff (USA)  Kosuke Kitajima (JPN)
100 m breaststroke  Brendan Hansen (USA)  Kosuke Kitajima (JPN)  Hugues Duboscq (FRA)
200 m breaststroke  Brendan Hansen (USA)  Mike Brown (CAN)  Genki Imamura (JPN)
50 m butterfly  Roland Schoeman (RSA)  Ian Crocker (USA)  Sergiy Breus (UKR)
100 m butterfly  Ian Crocker (USA)  Michael Phelps (USA)  Andriy Serdinov (UKR)
200 m butterfly  Paweł Korzeniowski (POL)  Takeshi Matsuda (JPN)  Wu Peng (CHN)
200 m individual medley  Michael Phelps (USA)  László Cseh (HUN)  Ryan Lochte (USA)
400 m individual medley  László Cseh (HUN)  Luca Marin (ITA)  Oussama Mellouli (TUN)
4×100 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Michael Phelps
Neil Walker
Nate Dusing
Jason Lezak
 Canada (CAN)
Yannick Lupien
Rick Say
Mike Mintenko
Brent Hayden
 Australia (AUS)
Michael Klim
Andrew Mewing
Leith Brodie
Patrick Murphy
4×200 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Michael Phelps
Ryan Lochte
Peter Vanderkaay
Klete Keller
 Canada (CAN)
Brent Hayden
Colin Russell
Rick Say
Andrew Hurd
 Australia (AUS)
Nicholas Sprenger
Patrick Murphy
Andrew Mewing
Grant Hackett
4×100 m medley relay  United States (USA)
Aaron Peirsol
Brendan Hansen
Ian Crocker
Jason Lezak
 Russia (RUS)
Arkady Vyatchanin
Dmitry Komornikov
Igor Marchenko
Andrey Kapralov
 Japan (JPN)
Tomomi Morita
Kosuke Kitajima
Ryo Takayasu
Daisuke Hosokawa
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Libby Lenton (AUS)  Marleen Veldhuis (NED)  Zhu Yingwen (CHN)
100 m freestyle  Jodie Henry (AUS)  Malia Metella (FRA)
 Natalie Coughlin (USA)
200 m freestyle  Solenne Figuès (FRA)  Federica Pellegrini (ITA)  Josefin Lillhage (SWE)
 Yang Yu (CHN)
400 m freestyle  Laure Manaudou (FRA)  Ai Shibata (JPN)  Caitlin McClatchey (GBR)
800 m freestyle  Kate Ziegler (USA)  Brittany Reimer (CAN)  Ai Shibata (JPN)
1500 m freestyle  Kate Ziegler (USA)  Flavia Rigamonti (SUI)  Brittany Reimer (CAN)
50 m backstroke  Giaan Rooney (AUS)  Gao Chang (CHN)  Antje Buschschulte (GER)
100 m backstroke  Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)  Antje Buschschulte (GER)  Natalie Coughlin (USA)
200 m backstroke  Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)  Margaret Hoelzer (USA)  Reiko Nakamura (JPN)
50 m breaststroke  Jade Edmistone (AUS)  Jessica Hardy (USA)  Brooke Hanson (AUS)
100 m breaststroke  Leisel Jones (AUS)  Jessica Hardy (USA)  Tara Kirk (USA)
200 m breaststroke  Leisel Jones (AUS)  Anne Poleska (GER)  Mirna Jukić (AUT)
50 m butterfly  Danni Miatke (AUS)  Anna-Karin Kammerling (SWE)  Therese Alshammar (SWE)
100 m butterfly  Jessicah Schipper (AUS)  Libby Lenton (AUS)  Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL)
200 m butterfly  Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL)  Jessicah Schipper (AUS)  Yuko Nakanishi (JPN)
200 m individual medley  Katie Hoff (USA)  Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)  Lara Carroll (AUS)
400 m individual medley  Katie Hoff (USA)  Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)  Kaitlin Sandeno (USA)
4×100 m freestyle relay  Australia (AUS)
Jodie Henry
Alice Mills
Shayne Reese
Libby Lenton
 Germany (GER)
Petra Dallmann
Antje Buschschulte
Annika Liebs
Daniela Gotz
 United States (USA)
Natalie Coughlin
Kara Lynn Joyce
Lacey Nymeyer
Amanda Weir
4×200 m freestyle relay  United States (USA)
Natalie Coughlin
Katie Hoff
Whitney Myers
Kaitlin Sandeno
 Australia (AUS)
Libby Lenton
Shayne Reese
Bronte Barratt
Linda Mackenzie
 China (CHN)
Yingwen Zhu
Jiaying Pang
Yafei Zhou
Yang Yu
4×100 m medley relay  Australia (AUS)
Sophie Edington
Leisel Jones
Jessicah Schipper
Libby Lenton
 United States (USA)
Natalie Coughlin
Jessica Hardy
Rachel Komisarz
Amanda Weir
 Germany (GER)
Antje Buschschulte
Sarah Poewe
Annika Mehlhorn
Daniela Gotz

Synchronised swimming[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Solo routine  Virginie Dedieu (FRA)  Natalia Ischenko (RUS)  Gemma Mengual (ESP)
Duet routine  Anastasia Davydova (RUS)
 Anastasia Ermakova (RUS)
 Gemma Mengual (ESP)
 Paola Tirados (ESP)
 Saho Harada (JPN)
 Emiko Suzuki (JPN)
Team routine  Russia (RUS)
Anastasia Davydova
Anastasia Ermakova
Maria Gromova
Natalia Ischenko
Elvira Khasyanova
Olga Kuzhela
Olga Larkina
Elena Ovchinnikova
Svetlana Romashina
Anna Shorina
 Japan (JPN)
Saho Harada
Naoko Kawashima
Kanako Kitao
Hiromi Kobayashi
Erika Komura
Takako Konishi
Ayako Matsumura
Emiko Suzuki
Masako Tachibana
 Spain (ESP)
Raquel Corral
Andrea Fuentes
Tina Fuentes
Thais Henriquez
Gemma Mengual
Gisela Morón
Irina Rodríguez
Paola Tirados
Christina Violan

Water polo[edit]

Men
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team  Serbia and Montenegro
Denis Šefik
Petar Trbojević
Nikola Janović
Vanja Udovičić
Dejan Savić
Danilo Ikodinović
Slobodan Nikić
Vladimir Gojković
Boris Zloković
Aleksandar Šapić
Vladimir Vujasinović
Predrag Jokić
Zdravko Radić
 Hungary
Zoltán Szécsi
Daniel Varga
Norbert Madaras
Adam Steinmetz
Tamás Kásás
Attila Vári
Gergely Kiss
Csaba Kiss
Rajmund Fodor
Marton Szivos
Istvan Gergely
Tamás Molnár
Péter Biros
 Greece
Georgios Reppas
Anastasios Schizas
Dimitrios Mazis
Emmanouil Mylonakis
Theodoros Chatzitheodorou
Argyris Theodoropoulos
Christos Afroudakis
Georgios Ntoskas
Georgios Afroudakis
Stefanos-Petros Santa
Antonios Vlontakis
Manthos Voulgarakis
Nikolaos Deligiannis
Women
Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team  Hungary
Patricia Horvath
Eszter Tomaskovics
Khrisctina Serfozo
Dora Kisteleki
Mercedes Stieber
Andrea Toth
Rita Dravucz
Krisztina Zantleitner
Orsolya Takacs
Aniko Pelle
Agnes Valkay
Fruzsina Bravik
Timea Benko
 United States
Emily Feher
Heather Petri
Ericka Lorenz
Brenda Villa
Lauren Wenger
Natalie Golda
Kristina Kunkel
Erika Figge
Jaime Hipp
Kelly Rulon
Moriah van Norman
Drue Wawrzynski
Thalia Munro
 Canada
Rachel Riddell
Krystina Alogbo
Whynter Lamarre
Susan Gardiner
Tara Campbell
Marie Luc Arpin
Cora Campbell
Dominique Perreault
Ann Dow
Jana Salat
Valérie Dionne
Christine Robinson
Johanne Bégin

Host country performance[edit]

Canada did respectably as host, winning gold medals, having a good medal count, and setting numerable Canadian records and personal bests. Canada exceeded its previous high-water mark in total medals, collecting 10.

  • Medal Ranking
    • by total medals : 5
    • by precedence  : 5

Bidding for and organizing the event[edit]

see 2005 World Aquatics Championships bids

Montreal became the first city in North America to hold the FINA World Aquatics Championships.

The venue for the games was itself controversial. The games were awarded initially to Montreal, and then taken away again in February 2005 when the city was unable to raise sufficient funding, with other cities indicating their willingness to take the games on. However following promises of funding from various levels of government, Montreal re-bid for the games and they were re-awarded to the city.

On July 16, before the start of the 2005 event, FINA selected the host city for the 2009 World Aquatics ChampionshipsRome, Italy.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2003 World Aquatics Championships
(Barcelona, Spain)
FINA World Aquatics Championships Succeeded by
2007 World Aquatics Championships
(Melbourne, Australia)