Swimming at the 2003 Pan American Games

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Swimming at the
2003 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 14th Pan American Games was held August 12-18, 2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The competition was held in the outdoor (50m) pool of the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center. It featured 32 long course (50m) events (equally split between men and women).[1][2][3][4][5]

Two swimmers won the first medals of their countries in swimming at Pan American Games at all times: Kristel Köbrich for Chile, and Gisela Morales for Guatemala.

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
  details
Fernando Scherer
  Brazil
22.40 José Meolans
  Argentina
22.42 Gary Hall Jr.
  United States
22.43
100m freestyle
  details
José Meolans
  Argentina
49.27 George Bovell
  Trinidad and Tobago
49.61 Gustavo Borges
  Brazil
49.90
200m freestyle
  details
George Bovell
  Trinidad and Tobago
1:48.90 Dan Ketchum
  United States
1:49.34 Rodrigo Castro
  Brazil
1:49.55
400m freestyle
  details
Ricardo Monasterio
  Venezuela
3:50.01 Fran Crippen
  United States
3:52.62 Bruno Bonfim
  Brazil
3:54.82
1500m freestyle
  details
Ricardo Monasterio
  Venezuela
15:16.98 Fran Crippen
  United States
15:19.63 Chris Thompson
  United States
15:19.64
100m backstroke
  details
Peter Marshall
  United States
55.52 George Bovell
  Trinidad and Tobago
55.81 Jayme Cramer
  United States
55.88
200m backstroke
  details
Rogério Romero
  Brazil
1:59.92 Luke Wagner
  United States
2:00.74 Joey Faltraco
  United States
2:01.31
100m breaststroke
  details
Mark Gangloff
  United States
1:00.95 Jarrod Marrs
  United States
1:01.71 Eduardo Fischer
  Brazil
1:01.88
  SA
200m breaststroke
  details
Kyle Salyards
  United States
2:13.37
  GR
Sean Quinn
  United States
2:15.77 Marcelo Tomazini
  Brazil
2:15.87
  SA
100m butterfly
  details
Ben Michaelson
  United States
53.04 José Meolans
  Argentina
53.28 Kaio de Almeida
  Brazil
53.44
  NR
200m butterfly
  details
Michael Raab
  United States
1:57.33
  GR
Kaio de Almeida
  Brazil
1:58.10
  NR
Pedro Monteiro
  Brazil
1:59.38
200m individual medley
  details
George Bovell
  Trinidad and Tobago
1:59.49 Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
2:02.31
  SA
Eric Donnelly
  United States
2:02.52
400m individual medley
  details
Robert Margalis
  United States
4:19.09 Eric Donnelly
  United States
4:19.65 Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
4:19.89
4×100m freestyle relay
  details
Brazil
  Carlos Jayme
  Gustavo Borges
  Fernando Scherer
  Jader Souza
3:18.66 Venezuela
  Osvaldo Quevedo
  Raymond Rosal
  Luis Rojas
  Octavio Alesi
3:23.14 Canada
  Brian Edey
  Chad Murray
  Matt Rose
  Colin Russell
3:23.83
4×200m freestyle relay
  details
United States
  Dan Ketchum
  Jeffrey Lee
  Ryan Lochte
  Bryan Goldberg
7:18.93 Brazil
  Carlos Jayme
  Rafael Mosca
  Gustavo Borges
  Rodrigo Castro
7:25.17 Canada
  Scott Dickens
  Brian Edey
  Tobias Oriwol
  Colin Russell
7:27.18
4×100m medley relay
  details
United States
  Peter Marshall
  Mark Gangloff
  Ben Michaelson
  Nick Brunelli
3:37.27
  GR
Brazil
  Paulo Machado
  Eduardo Fischer
  Kaio de Almeida
  Gustavo Borges
3:40.02
  SA
Canada
  Sean Sepulis
  Scott Dickens
  Chad Murray
  Matt Rose
3:40.12

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
  details
Kara Lynn Joyce
  United States
25.24 Flávia Delaroli
  Brazil
25.44 Eileen Coparropa
  Panama
25.62
100m freestyle
  details
Courtney Shealy
  United States
55.61 Christina Swindle
  United States

Florencia Szigeti
  Argentina
55.92   none
200m freestyle
  details
Dana Vollmer
  United States
1:59.80 Colleen Lanné
  United States
2:01.98 Mariana Brochado
  Brazil
2:02.08
400m freestyle
  details
Elizabeth Hill
  United States
4:10.18
  GR
Morgan Hentzen
  United States
4:13.03 Monique Ferreira
  Brazil
4:14.21
800m freestyle
  details
Morgan Hentzen
  United States
8:36.54 Rachael Burke
  United States
8:37.61 Kristel Köbrich
  Chile
8:43.90
100m backstroke
  details
Diana MacManus
  United States
1:02.50 Courtney Shealy
  United States
1:02.74 Gisela Morales
  Guatemala
1:04.56
200m backstroke
  details
Jamie Reid
  United States
2:13.89 Diana MacManus
  United States
2:15.39 Gisela Morales
  Guatemala
2:16.19
100m breaststroke
  details
Staciana Stitts
  United States
1:09.01 Corrie Clark
  United States
1:10.09 Kathleen Stoody
  Canada
1:10.56
200m breaststroke
  details
Alexi Spann
  United States
2:29.76 Lisa Blackburn
  Canada
2:31.52 Kathleen Stoody
  Canada
2:31.93
100m butterfly
  details
Bethany Goodwin
  United States
59.97 Audrey Lacroix
  Canada
1:00.18 Dana Kirk
  United States
1:00.51
200m butterfly
  details
Audrey Lacroix
  Canada
2:11.02 Noelle Bassi
  United States
2:12.81 Dana Kirk
  United States
2:12.85
200m individual medley
  details
Joanne Malar
  Canada
2:15.93 Corrie Clark
  United States
2:16.78 Laura Davis
  United States
2:17.33
400m individual medley
  details
Georgina Bardach
  Argentina
4:43.40 Kristen Caverly
  United States
4:46.18 Joanna Maranhão
  Brazil
4:46.38
4×100m freestyle relay
  details
United States
  Amanda Weir
  Christina Swindle
  Colleen Lanné
  Courtney Shealy
3:41.93
  GR
Canada
  Audrey Lacroix
  Elizabeth Collins
  Joanne Malar
  Kelly Moody
3:46.65 Brazil
  Flávia Delaroli
  Rebeca Gusmão
  Monique Ferreira
  Tatiana Lemos
3:47.05
4×200m freestyle relay
  details
United States
  Elizabeth Hill
  Colleen Lanné
  Carly Piper
  Dana Vollmer
8:05.47
  GR
Brazil
  Ana Muniz
  Paula Ribeiro
  Mariana Brochado
  Monique Ferreira
8:10.54
  SA
Canada
  Joanne Malar
  Maya Beaudry
  Elizabeth Collins
  Kelly Doody
8:10.85
4×100m medley relay
  details
United States
  Diana MacManus
  Staciana Stitts
  Dana Vollmer
  Amanda Weir
4:05.92 Canada
  Joanne Malar
  Kathleen Stoody
  Audrey Lacroix
  Elizabeth Collins
4:13.72 Mexico
  Danielle de Alba
  Adriana Marmolejo
  Atenas Lopez
  Alejandra Galan
4:18.04

Medal standings[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 21 17 8 46
2 Brazil 3 6 12 21
3 Canada 2 4 6 12
4 Argentina 2 3 - 5
5 Trinidad and Tobago 2 2 - 4
6 Venezuela 2 1 - 3
7 Guatemala - - 2 2
8 Panama - - 1 1
8 Chile - - 1 1
8 Mexico - - 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2003 Pan Am Games results from the USA Swimming website (www.usaswimming.org); retrieved 2012-03-23.
  2. ^ "Results of the 2003 Pan Am Games". USA Swimming. 2013. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Results at 2003 Pan". SwimNews. 2003. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  4. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Am Games history
  5. ^ "Brazil medals at 2003 Pan". UOL (in Portuguese). 2007. Retrieved November 21, 2013.