Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Women's 100 metre breaststroke

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Swimming events at the
1988 Summer Olympics
Swimming pictogram.svg
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
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
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The women's 100 breaststroke at the 1988 Summer Olympics was held on September 23.

Records[edit]

The existing World and Olympic records at the time of the competition were:

World record  Silke Hörner (GDR) 1:07.91 Strasbourg, France August 21, 1987
Olympic record  Petra van Staveren (NED) 1:09.88 Los Angeles, USA August 2, 1984

Finals[edit]

A Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Tanya Dangalakova Bulgaria 1:07.95 OR
2 Antoaneta Frenkeva Bulgaria 1:08.74
3 Silke Hörner East Germany 1:08.83
4th Allison Higson Canada 1:08.86
5th Elena Volkova Soviet Union 1:09.24
6th Tracey McFarlane United States 1:09.60
7th Huang Xiaomin China 1:10.53
8th Annett Rex East Germany 1:10.67

B Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9th Svetlana Kouzmina Soviet Union 1:10.42
10th Keltie Duggan Canada 1:10.58
11th Ingrid Lempereur Belgium 1:10.86
12th Manuela Dalla Valle Italy 1:10.95
13th Susan Johnson United States 1:11.08
14th Gabriella Csépe Hungary 1:11.24
15th Lara Hooiveld Australia 1:11.26
16th Suki Brownsdon Great Britain 1:11.88

Preliminary heats[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Tanya Dangalakova Bulgaria 1:08.35 q-A
1 Silke Hörner East Germany 1:08.35 q-A
3 Allison Higson Canada 1:08.39 q-A
4 Elena Volkova Soviet Union 1:09.86 q-A
5 Antoaneta Frenkeva Bulgaria 1:10.09 q-A
6 Tracey McFarlane United States 1:10.59 q-A
7 Annett Rex East Germany 1:10.61 q-A
8 Huang Xiaomin China 1:10.78 q-A
9 Svetlana Kouzmina Soviet Union 1:10.83 q-B
10 Keltie Duggan Canada 1:10.95 q-B
11 Ingrid Lempereur Belgium 1:11.00 q-B
12 Susan Johnson United States 1:11.08 q-B
13 Gabriella Csépe Hungary 1:11.10 q-B
14 Manuela Dalla Valle Italy 1:11.25 q-B
15 Lara Hooiveld Australia 1:11.40 q-B
16 Suki Brownsdon Great Britain 1:11.66 q-B
17 Linda Moes Netherlands 1:11.66
18 Sung-Wan Park South Korea 1:12.32
19 Dorota Chylak Poland 1:12.38
20 Margaret Hohmann Great Britain 1:12.67
21 Brigitte Becue Belgium 1:12.90
22 Britta Dahm West Germany 1:12.98
23 Ragnheiður Runólfsdóttir Iceland 1:13.01
24 Pascaline Louvrier France 1:13.23
25 Yoshie Nishioka Japan 1:13.36
26 Virginie Bojaryn France 1:13.55
27 Huiling Chen China 1:13.65
28 Karen Horning Peru 1:14.03
29 Nancy Arendt Luxembourg 1:14.99
30 Patricia Brülhart Switzerland 1:15.00
31 Kornelia Stawicka Poland 1:15.41
32 Carwai Seto Chinese Taipei 1:15.47
33 Alicia Boscatto Argentina 1:15.67
34 Hiroko Nagasaki Japan 1:15.83
35 Sigrid Niehaus Costa Rica 1:16.65
36 Montserrat Hidalgo Costa Rica 1:18.42
37 Valentina Aracil Argentina 1:19.60
38 Dipika Chanmugam Sri Lanka 1:20.18
39 Y.F. Kimberly Chen Chinese Taipei 1:20.95
40 Katerine Moreno Bolivia 1:22.52
41 Ana Martins Angola 1:24.01
42 Nádia Cruz Angola 1:24.46

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