Swimming at the 1999 Pan American Games

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Swimming at the
1999 Pan American Games
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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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The Swimming competition at the 1999 Pan American Games took place in the Pan Am Pool in Winnipeg, Canada, from August 2-7, 1999. [1][2]

In 32 events, the USA team won 10 golds, 7 by the women: the last time either the U.S. men's or women's team won fewer than ten golds was 1963, when there were only eight events for each. But the U.S. didn't send its very best to Winnipeg. That honor went to the team that headed for Sydney, Australia at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.

Two swimmers won the first medals of their countries in swimming at Pan American Games at all times: Eileen Coparropa for Panama, and Janelle Atkinson for Jamaica.

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
  details
Fernando Scherer
  Brazil
22.24 José Meolans
  Argentina
22.46 Marcos Hernández
  Cuba
22.79
100m freestyle
  details
Fernando Scherer
  Brazil
49.19
  GR
José Meolans
  Argentina
49.94 Gustavo Borges
  Brazil
50.10
200m freestyle
  details
Gustavo Borges
  Brazil
1:49.41 Scott Tucker
  United States
1:50.99 Leonardo Costa
  Brazil

Mark Johnston
  Canada
1:51.29
400m freestyle
  details
Luiz Lima
  Brazil
3:52.25
  SA
Austin Ramirez
  United States
3:53.64 Rick Say
  Canada
3:54.66
1500m freestyle
  details
Tim Siciliano
  United States
15:14.94 Luiz Lima
  Brazil
15:21.92 Ricardo Monasterio
  Venezuela
15:28.64
100m backstroke
  details
Rodolfo Falcón
  Cuba
54.93 Alexandre Massura
  Brazil
55.17
  SA
Matt Allen
  United States
55.86
200m backstroke
  details
Leonardo Costa
  Brazil
1:59.33
  GR, SA
Aaron Peirsol
  United States
1:59.77 Dan Shevchik
  United States
2:00.27
100m breaststroke
  details
Ed Moses
  United States
1:00.99
  GR
Jarrod Marrs
  United States

Morgan Knabe
  Canada
1:02.11   none
200m breaststroke
  details
Morgan Knabe
  Canada
2:14.73
  GR
Steve West
  United States
2:16.26 Mark Gangloff
  United States
2:16.60
100m butterfly
  details
Francisco Sánchez
  Venezuela
53.33
  GR
Shamek Pietucha
  Canada
53.40 José Meolans
  Argentina
54.03
200m butterfly
  details
Shamek Pietucha
  Canada
1:59.10 Steven Brown
  United States
1:59.52 Devin Howard
  United States
1:59.82
200m individual medley
  details
Curtis Myden
  Canada
2:02.38 Joe Montague
  United States
2:03.08 Owen von Richter
  Canada
2:03.80
400m individual medley
  details
Curtis Myden
  Canada
4:15.52
  GR
Eric Donnelly
  United States
4:17.86 Owen von Richter
  Canada
4:19.62
4×100m freestyle relay
  details
Brazil
  Fernando Scherer
  César Quintaes
  André Cordeiro
  Gustavo Borges
3:17.18
  GR, SA
United States
  Scott Tucker
  Dan Phillips
  Jarod Schroeder
  Justin Ewers
3:19.00 Venezuela
  Luis Rojas
  Francisco Páez
  José Quevedo
  Francisco Sánchez
3:22.21
4×200m freestyle relay
  details
United States
  Adam Messner
  Dan Phillips
  Devin Howard
  Scott Tucker
7:22.29 Brazil
  Leonardo Costa
  Rodrigo Castro
  André Cordeiro
  Gustavo Borges
7:22.92
  SA
Canada
  Mark Johnston
  Brian Johns
  Yannick Lupien
  Rick Say
7:23.02
4×100m medley relay
  details
Brazil
  Alexandre Massura
  Marcelo Tomazini
  Fernando Scherer
  Gustavo Borges
3:40.27
  GR, SA
United States
  Matt Allen
  Ed Moses
  Jarod Schroeder
  Scott Tucker
3:40.57 Canada
  Mark Versfeld
  Morgan Knabe
  Shamek Pietucha
  Yannick Lupien
3:41.04

Women’s events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
  details
Tammie Spatz
  United States
25.50 Eileen Coparropa
  Panama
25.78 Laura Nicholls
  Canada
26.10
100m freestyle
  details
Laura Nicholls
  Canada
56.25 Tammie Spatz
  United States
56.44 Marianne Limpert
  Canada
56.69
200m freestyle
  details
Jessica Deglau
  Canada
2:00.65 Janelle Atkinson
  Jamaica
2:01.11 Talor Bendel
  United States
2:03.18
400m freestyle
  details
Kaitlin Sandeno
  United States
4:10.74 Janelle Atkinson
  Jamaica
4:10.83 Joanne Malar
  Canada
4:12.64
800m freestyle
  details
Kaitlin Sandeno
  United States
8:34.65
  GR
Janelle Atkinson
  Jamaica
8:39.51 Lindsay Beavers
  Canada
8:44.21
100m backstroke
  details
Kelly Stefanyshyn
  Canada
1:02.14 Denali Knapp
  United States
1:02.45 Beth Botsford
  United States
1:02.48
200m backstroke
  details
Denali Knapp
  United States
2:12.48
  GR
Beth Botsford
  United States
2:12.95 Kelly Stefanyshyn
  Canada
2:13.24
100m breaststroke
  details
Staciana Stitts
  United States
1:09.16
  GR
Kristen Woodring
  United States
1:09.65 Lauren van Oosten
  Canada
1:10.06
200m breaststroke
  details
Lauren van Oosten
  Canada
2:30.36 Annemieke McReynolds
  United States
2:30.53 Katie Yevak
  United States
2:32.85
100m butterfly
  details
Karen Campbell
  United States
1:00.05 Jessica Deglau
  Canada
1:00.70 Karine Chevrier
  Canada
1:01.15
200m butterfly
  details
Jessica Deglau
  Canada
2:09.64
  GR
Jennifer Button
  Canada
2:12.09 Kalyn Keller
  United States
2:14.60
200m individual medley
  details
Joanne Malar
  Canada
2:14.18
  GR
Maggie Bowen
  United States
2:15.26 Marianne Limpert
  Canada
2:15.80
400m individual medley
  details
Joanne Malar
  Canada
4:38.46
  GR
Maggie Bowen
  United States
4:49.22 Carolyn Adel
  Suriname
4:50.41
4×100m freestyle relay
  details
Canada
  Jessica Deglau
  Marianne Limpert
  Sarah Evanetz
  Laura Nicholls
3:45.07 United States
  Tammie Spatz
  Courtney Shealy
  Stefanie Williams
  Jen Eberwien
3:45.72 Brazil
  Juliana Machado
  Rebeca Gusmão
  Flávia Delaroli
  Tatiana Lima
3:50.37
4×200m freestyle relay
  details
Canada
  Jessica Deglau
  Joanne Malar
  Marianne Limpert
  Laura Nicholls
8:05.56 United States
  Caroline Geehr
  Julia Stowers
  Megan Melgaard
  Talor Bendel
8:07.18 Brazil
  Monique Ferreira
  Nayara Ribeiro
  Tatiana Lemos
  Ana Muniz
8:25.07
4×100m medley relay
  details
United States
  Denali Knapp
  Staciana Stitts
  Karen Campbell
  Tammie Spatz
4:06.08
  GR
Canada
  Kelly Stefanyshyn
  Lauren van Oosten
  Jessica Deglau
  Laura Nicholls
4:08.73 Brazil
  Fabíola Molina
  Tanya Schuh
  Patrícia Comini
  Tatiana Lemos
4:15.00


Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Canada 13 5 14 32
2 United States 10 19 8 37
3 Brazil 7 3 5 15
4 Venezuela 1 - 2 3
5 Cuba 1 - 1 2
6 Jamaica - 3 - 3
7 Argentina - 2 1 3
8 Panama - 1 - 1
9 Suriname - - 1 1

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