2008 FINA Youth World Swimming Championships

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The 2nd FINA World Youth Swimming Championships, or 2008 Youth Worlds, were held on July 8–13, 2008, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.

The Championships were held at the Aquatics Center of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Centro Acuático Olímpico Universitario). In May 2008, this same pool hosted the swimming portion of the 2008 Mexican National Olympiad, which served as the country's selection meet for Mexico's teams to the 2008 Olympics.

The male participants had to be 18 years or younger on the 31 December 2008 (i.e. born 1990 or later). The female participants had to be 17 years or younger on the 31 December 2008 (i.e. born 1991 or later).

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation Total
1  United States 9 6 6 21
2  Russia 7 2 4 13
3  New Zealand 5 0 0 5
4  Australia 4 4 2 10
5  Great Britain 4 2 2 8
6  Italy 3 5 2 10
7  Japan 3 3 6 12
8  Poland 2 1 3 6
9  Germany 1 7 1 9
10  France 1 2 2 5
11  South Africa 1 0 0 1
12  Serbia 0 3 1 4
13  Canada 0 2 6 8
14  Belarus 0 1 1 2
 Brazil 0 1 1 2
16  Greece 0 1 0 1
17  Venezuela 0 0 2 2
18  Sweden 0 0 1 1
Total 40 40 40 120

Medal summary[edit]

Boy's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Boy's freestyle
50 m Orinoco Faamausili-Banse
 New Zealand
22.37
CR
Luca Dotto
 Italy
22.63 Luca Leonardi
 Italy
22.70
100 m Luca Dotto
 Italy
50.06
CR
Luca Leonardi
 Italy
50.11 Oleg Tikhobaev
 Russia
50.33
200 m Danila Izotov
 Russia
1:47.63
CR
Robert Bale
 Great Britain
1:49.44 Lucien Hassdenteufel
 Germany
1:49.72
400 m Danila Izotov
 Russia
3:51.81
CR
Alex di Giorgio
 Italy
3:53.19 Krzysztof Pielowski
 Poland
3:53.66
800 m Heerden Herman
 South Africa
8:01.77
CR
Krzystof Pielowski
 Poland
8:02.02 Raoul Shaw
 France
8:04.71
1500 m Krzystof Pielowski
 Poland
15:25.01
CR
Artem Podyakov
 Russia
15:26.56 Raoul Shaw
 France
15:31.07
Boy's backstroke
50 m Benjamin Treffers
 Australia
25.60
CR
Pavel Sankovich
 Belarus
25.93 Artem Dubovskoy
 Russia
26.17
100 m Daniel Bell
 New Zealand
55.32 Benjamin Treffers
 Australia
55.77 Chris Walker-Hebborn
 Great Britain
56.04
200 m Kurt Basset
 New Zealand
1:59.67
CR
Matthew Swanston
 Canada
2:00.53 Radoslaw Kawecki
 Poland
2:00.72
Boy's breaststroke
50 m Daniel Sliwinski
 Great Britain
28.37
CR
Csaba Szilágyi
 Serbia
28.38 Andrea Toniato
 Italy
28.40
100 m Daniel Sliwinski
 Great Britain
1:02.19
CR
Marco Koch
 Germany
1:02.56 Csaba Szilágyi
 Serbia
1:02.57
200 m Alexey Zinovyev
 Russia
2:14.78
CR
Marco Koch
 Germany
2:15.27 Robert Holderness
 Great Britain
2:15.67
Boy's butterfly
50 m Daniel Bell
 New Zealand
23.61
CR
Ivan Lenđer
 Serbia
23.97 Pavel Sankovich
 Belarus
24.26
100 m Daniel Bell
 New Zealand
52.52
CR
Ivan Lenđer
 Serbia
52.62 Timothy Phillips
 United States
52.87
200 m Yuya Horihata
 Japan
1:59.03
CR
Federico Bussolin
 Italy
1:59.13 Yusuke Mori
 Japan
1:59.32
Boy's individual medley
200 m Dimitri Colupaev
 Germany
2:02.28
CR
Austin Surhoff
 United States
2:02.51 Yuya Horihata
 Japan
2:02.99
400 m Andrew Gemmell
 United States
4:21.58 Jan-David Schepers
 Germany
4:22.10 Keita Sameshima
 Japan
4:29.93
Boy's relays
4×100 m freestyle  Italy
Luca Dotto
Marco Orsi
Fabio Gimondi
Luca Leonardi
3:19.09
CR
 Russia
Artem Lobuzov
Vladimir Bryukhov
Oleg Tikhobaev
Danila Izotov
3:20.64  Brazil
Marcos Macedo
João de Lucca
Renner Lima
Henrique Rodrigues
3:22.81
4×200 m freestyle  Great Britain
Robert Bale
Thomas Parris
Ryan Bennett
Christopher Walker-Hebborn
7:20.18
CR
 Germany
Joel Ax
Lucien Hassdenteufel
Jan-David Schepers
Dimitri Colupaev
7:20.27  Japan
Kohei Masuda
Yuta Takahashi
Yuki Kobori
Yuya Horihata
7:24.72
4×100 m medley  Great Britain
Christopher Walker-Hebborn
Daniel Sliwinski
James Doolan
Robert Bale
3:41.69
CR
 Japan
Takashi Iyobe
Takeshi Yamada
Shinri Shioura
Kenta Ito
3:42.61  United States
Timothy Johnson
Eric Friedland
Timothy Phillips
Walter Rumans
3:42.79

Girl's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Girl's freestyle
50 m Elodie Schmitt
 France
25.88 Hannah Riordan
 Canada
25.95 Nathalie Lindborg
 Sweden
26.01
100 m Samantha Tucker
 United States
55.59
CR
Silke Lippok
 Germany
56.08 Megan Romano
 United States
56.32
200 m Dagny Knutson
 United States
1:59.78
CR
Samantha Tucker
 United States
2:00.41 Ellen Fullerton
 Australia
2:01.18
400 m Elena Sokolova
 Russia
4:06.30
CR, NR
Margaux Fabre
 France
4:12.44 Katie Gardocki
 United States
4:13.00
800 m Elena Sokolova
 Russia
8:32.75
CR
Katie Gardocki
 United States
8:37.08 Andreina Pinto
 Venezuela
8:37.82
1500 m Elena Sokolova
 Russia
16:28.77
CR
Kalliopi Araouzou
 Greece
16:33.68 Andreina Pinto
 Venezuela
16:36.33
Girl's backstroke
50 m Grace Loh
 Australia
28.83
CR
Etiene Medeiros
 Brazil
29.44 Elizabeth Pelton
 United States
29.45
100 m Grace Loh
 Australia
1:02.02 Elizabeth Pelton
 United States
1:02.37 Tess Simpson
 Canada
1:02.96
200 m Zuzanna Mazurek
 Poland
2:12.56
CR
Elizabeth Pelton
 United States
2:13.53 Karolina Urbanska
 Poland
2:13.83
Girl's breaststroke
50 m Anna Carlson
 United States
31.81 Laura Sogar
 United States
31.94 Amanda Reason
 Canada
32.02
100 m Samantha Marshall
 Australia
1:08.72
CR
Mina Matsushima
 Japan
1:08.99 Ekaterina Baklakova
 Russia
1:09.06
200 m Olga Detenyuk
 Russia
2:25.19
CR
Keiko Fukudome
 Japan
2:25.39 Laura Sogar
 United States
2:26.41
Girl's butterfly
50 m Silvia di Pietro
 Italy
26.77
CR
Mélane Henique
 France
27.09 Ellese Zallewsky
 Australia
27.13
100 m Natsuki Akiyama
 Japan
59.58 Silvia di Pietro
 Italy
59.60 Yui Miyamoto
 Japan
1:00.05
200 m Natsuki Akiyama
 Japan
2:08.10
CR
Nina Schiffer
 Germany
2:09.36 Yui Miyamoto
 Japan
2:09.41
Girl's individual medley
200 m Dagny Knutson
 United States
2:12.97
CR
Ellen Fullerton
 Australia
2:14.73 Victoria Andreeva
 Russia
2:16.21
400 m Dagny Knutson
 United States
4:43.49
CR
Ellen Fullerton
 Australia
4:45.17 Barbara Jardin
 Canada
4:49.10
Girl's relays
4×100 m freestyle  United States
Dagny Knutson
Megan Romano
Elizabeth Pelton
Samantha Tucker
3:43.54
CR
 Germany
Silke Lippok
Franziska Jansen
Lisa Vitting
Sina Sutter
3:46.63  Canada
Hannah Riordan
Hilary Bell
Paige Schultz
Alexandra Gabor
3:47.30
4×200 m freestyle  United States
Samantha Tucker
Lily Moldenhauer
Dagny Knutson
Elizabeth Pelton
8:04.49
CR
 Great Britain
Sasha Matthews
Rebecca Turner
Lucy Worrall
Lauren Collins
8:06.52  Canada
Alexandra Gabor
Barbara Jardin
Hilary Bell
Paige Schultz
8:10.08
4×100 m medley  United States
Elizabeth Pelton
Laura Sogar
Caroline McElhany
Samantha Tucker
4:06.90
CR
 Australia
Grace Loh
Samantha Marshall
Ellese Zalewski
Ellen Fullerton
4:07.59  Canada
Tess Simpson
Amanda Reason
Kendra Chernoff
Hannah Riordan
4:07.76

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