List of Guamanian records in swimming

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This is a list of national swimming records for Guam. These are the fastest times ever swum by a Guam swimmer, in each long course (50 m) event. Records for short course meters (25 m) or yard (25 yds) are not currently kept/recognized.

These records are kept by Guam's national swimming federation, the Guam Swimming Federation.

The information below is based on the most recent update issued by the Guam Swimming Federation, dated April 25, 2009.

Records[edit]

Event Male Female
  freestyle
50 free 23.96
Darrick Bollinger (Manhoben Swim Club)
August 16, 1995
28.51
Manami Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
Guam International 2008
December 27, 2008 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
100 free 52.28
Christopher Duenas (Manhoben Swim Club)
Pacific Games
August 29, 2007 / Apia, Samoa Samoa
1:00.87
Manami Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
August 22, 2007
200 free 1:57.27
Christopher Duenas (Manhoben Swim Club)
All-Island Invitational
April 25, 2009 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
2:12.04
Manami Iijima (Guam)
2009 Junior Pan Pacs
January 8, 2009 / Yona, Guam Guam
400 free 4:06.89
Jonathan Sakovich (Guam)
1988 Olympics
September 23, 1988 / Seoul, South Korea South Korea
4:43.08
Manami Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
March 8, 2008
800 free 9:00.69
Joshua Alba (Manukai Athletic Club)
All-Island Invitational
December 6, 2008 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
9:43.08
Misaki Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
All-Island Invitational
December 6, 2008 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
1500 free 16:26.77
Jonathan Sakovich (Guam)
1988 Olympics
September 24, 1988 / Seoul, South Korea South Korea
18:54.20
Misaki Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
March 31, 2007
  backstroke  male  female
100 back 1:00.15
Patrick Sagisi (Manukai Athletic Club)
September 21, 1991
1:09.49
Misaki Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
All-Island Invitational
April 25, 2009 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
200 back 2:14.68
Patrick Sagisi (Manukai Athletic Club)
August 16, 1995
2:29.69
Misaki Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
Guam International 2008
December 27, 2008 / Hagåtña Guam Guam
  breaststroke  male  female
100 breast 1:08.49
Glen Diaz (Manukai Athletic Club)
April 19, 1992
1:16.78
Tammie Kaae (Guam)
1992 Olympics
July 29, 1992 / Barcelona, Spain Spain
200 breast 2:30.65
Glen Diaz (Manukai Athletic Club)
April 19, 1992
2:46.81
Barbara Pexa (Manhoben Swim Club)
September 21, 1991
  butterfly  male  female
100 fly 55.05
Daniel O'Keeffe (Guam)
January 1, 2000
1:06.98
Xenavee Pangelinan (SSC)
January 8, 2000
200 fly 2:14.00
Ken A. Barcinas (Tsunami Swim Club)
April 4, 2009
2:32.36
Manami Iijima (Tsunami Swim Club)
June 1, 2007
  individual medley  male  female
200 IM 2:12.51[1]
Tasi Limtiaco (Tsunami)
October 31, 2009
2:29.99
Xenavee Pangelinan (SSC)
December 30, 1999
400 IM 4:44.78
Jonathan Sakovich (Guam)
1988 Olympics
September 20, 1988 / Seoul, South Korea South Korea
5:14.93
Xenavee Pangelinan (SSC)
January 7, 2000
  relays  male  female
200 Free Relay 1:47.65
Tsunammi Swim Club
 (L.Hoshijima, T.Iijima, T.Limtiaco, K.Barcinas)
November 22, 2008
2:03.70
Tsunami Swim Club
 (M.Iijima, A.Lai, M.Iijami, R.Ema)
Guam International 2008
December 27, 2008 / Hagåtña, Guam Guam
400 Free Relay 3:42.31
Guam Guam
 (A.Romero, R.Flores, F.Flores, P.Sagisi)
1992 Olympics
August 1, 1992 / Barcelona, Spain Spain
4:18.06
Guam Guam
 (T.Ching, A.Dierking, B.Gayle, V.Cummings)
December 12, 1987
800 Free Relay 8:20.52
Guam Guam
 (C.Duenas, K.Barcinas, T.Limtiaco, J.Alba)
2009 Junior Pan Pacs
January 9, 2009 / Yona, Guam Guam
9:26.80
Guam Guam
 (M.Iijima, M.Iijami, A.Lai, R.Ema)
2009 Junior Pan Pacs
January 9, 2009 / Yona, Guam Guam
200 Medley Relay 1:57.05
Guam Guam
 (P.Sagisi, A.Romero, R.Flores, M.Yoshida)
August 17, 1989
2:15.71
Manukai Athletic Club
 (S.Cummings, T.Kaae, B.Gayle, V.Cummings)
January 1, 1989
400 Medley Relay 4:07.98
Guam Guam
 (P.Sagisi, G.Diaz, A.Romero, R.Flores)
1992 Olympics
July 31, 1992 / Barcelona, Spain Spain
4:48.27
Guam Guam
 (K.Kaae, B.Pexa, T.Kaae, C.Clement)
September 12, 1991

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Guam U-19 team falls 11-1 to N. Korea by Ron Ige, Pacific News Daily. Published 2009-11-03; retrieved 2009-11-02 (international dateline is a beautiful thing).

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