Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships

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2005 FINA
World Championships

Canada Montreal, Canada
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Swimming
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
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
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Combination women
Water polo
Team men women
Swimming competition pool from 2005 Worlds.

The Swimming competition at the 11th FINA World Championships consisted of 40 long course events, swum July 24–31, 2005 at pools in Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Canada.[1] Swimming's 40 events were split evenly between males and females (20 each) and were:[2]

Event schedule[edit]

date Morning session
Preliminary heats   (9:30 a.m.)
Evening session
Finals & semifinals   (6:00 p.m.)
Sunday
July 24
2005
women's 100 fly
men's 400 free
women's 200 I.M.
men's 50 fly
women's 400 free
men's 100 breast
  Swim-off: men's 50 fly
women's 4x100 free relay
men's 4x100 free relay
women's 100 fly (semifinals)
men's 400 free (final)
women's 200 I.M. (semifinals)
men's 50 fly (semifinals)
women's 400 free (final)
men's 100 breast (semifinals)
women's 4x100 free relay (final)
men's 4x100 free relay (final)
Monday
July 25
2005
women's 100 back
men's 200 free
women's 100 breast
men's 100 back
women's 1500 free
men's 50 fly (final)
women's 100 breast (semifinals)
men's 100 breast (final)
women's 100 fly (final)
men's 200 free (semifinals)
women's 100 back (semifinals)
men's 100 back (semifinals)
women's 200 IM (final)
Tuesday
July 26
2005
men's 50 breast
men's 200 fly
women's 200 free
men's 800 free
women's 1500 free (final)
men's 50 breast (semifinals)
women's 100 back (final)
men's 200 fly (semifinals)
women's 100 breast (final)
men's 100 back (final)
women's 200 free (semifinals)
men's 200 free (final)
Wednesday
July 27
2005
women's 50 back
men's 100 free
women's 200 fly
men's 200 I.M.
men's 100 free (semifinals)
women's 50 back (semifinals)
men's 50 breast (finals)
women's 200 free (final)
men's 200 fly (final)
women's 200 fly (semifinals)
men's 200 I.M. (semifinals)
men's 800 free (final)
Thursday
July 28
2005
women's 100 free
men's 200 back
women's 200 breast
men's 200 breast
women's 4×200 free relay
women's 100 free (semifinals)
men's 200 breast (semifinals)
women's 50 back (final)
men's 100 free (final)
women's 200 fly (final)
men's 200 back (semifinals)
women's 200 breast (semifinals)
men's 200 I.M. (final)
women's 4×200 free relay (final)
Friday
July 29
2005
women's 50 fly
men's 50 free
women's 800 free
  Swim-off: women's 50 fly
men's 100 fly
women's 200 back
  Swim-off: men's 50 free
men's 4×200 free relay
women's 100 free (final)
men's 200 back (final)
women's 200 back (semifinals)
men's 50 free (semifinals)
women's 200 breast (final)
men's 100 fly (semifinals)
women's 50 fly (semifinals)
men's 200 breast (final)
men's 4×200 free relay (final)
Saturday
July 30
2005
women's 50 free
men's 50 back
women's 50 breast
men's 1500 free
women's 4×100 medley relay
women's 50 fly (final)
men's 50 free (final)
women's 200 back (final)
men's 100 fly (final)
women's 50 breast (semifinals)
women's 50 free (semifinals)
men's 50 back (semifinals)
women's 800 free (final)
women's 4×100 medley relay (final)
Sunday
July 31
2005
men's 400 I.M.
women's 400 I.M.
men's 4×100 medley relay
men's 50 back (final)
women's 50 breast (final)
men's 400 I.M. (final)
women's 50 free (final)
men's 1500 free (final)
women's 400 I.M. (final)
men's 4×100 medly relay (final)

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
  details
Roland Schoeman
  South Africa South Africa
21.69 CR Duje Draganja
  Croatia Croatia
21.89 Bartosz Kizierowski
  Poland Poland
21.94
100 m freestyle
  details
Filippo Magnini
  Italy Italy
48.12 CR Roland Schoeman
  South Africa South Africa
48.28 Ryk Neethling
  South Africa South Africa
48.34
200 m freestyle
  details
Michael Phelps
  United States USA
1:45.20 Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
1:46.14 Ryk Neethling
  South Africa South Africa
1:46.63
400 m freestyle
  details
Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
3:42.91 Yuri Prilukov
  Russia Russia
3:44.44 Oussama Mellouli
  Tunisia Tunisia
3:46.08
800 m freestyle
  details
Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
7:38.65 WR Larsen Jensen
  United States USA
7:45.63 Yuri Prilukov
  Russia Russia
7:46.64
1500 m freestyle
  details
Grant Hackett
  Australia Australia
14:42.58 Larsen Jensen
  United States USA
14:47.58 David Davies
  United Kingdom Great Britain
14:48.11
50 m backstroke
  details
Aristeidis Grigoriadis
  Greece Greece
24.95 Matt Welsh
  Australia Australia
24.99 Liam Tancock
  United Kingdom Great Britain
25.02
100 m backstroke
  details
Aaron Peirsol
  United States USA
53.62 Randall Bal
  United States USA
54.02 László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
54.27
200 m backstroke
  details
Aaron Peirsol
  United States USA
1:54.66 WR Markus Rogan
  Austria Austria
1:56.63 Ryan Lochte
  United States USA
1:57.00
50 m breaststroke
  details
Mark Warnecke
  Germany Germany
27.63 Mark Gangloff
  United States USA
27.71 Kosuke Kitajima
  Japan Japan
27.78
100 m breaststroke
  details
Brendan Hansen
  United States USA
59.37 CR Kosuke Kitajima
  Japan Japan
59.53 Hugues Duboscq
  France France
1:00.20
200 m breaststroke
  details
Brendan Hansen
  United States USA
2:09.85 Mike Brown
  Canada Canada
2:11.22 Genki Imamura
  Japan Japan
2:11.54
50 m butterfly
  details
Roland Schoeman
  South Africa South Africa
22.96 WR Ian Crocker
  United States USA
23.12 Sergiy Breus
  Ukraine Ukraine
23.38
100 m butterfly
  details
Ian Crocker
  United States USA
50.40 WR Michael Phelps
  United States USA
51.65 Andriy Serdinov
  Ukraine Ukraine
52.08
200 m butterfly
  details
Paweł Korzeniowski
  Poland Poland
1:55.02 Takeshi Matsuda
  Japan Japan
1:55.62 Wu Peng
  China China
1:56.50
200 m I.M.
  details
Michael Phelps
  United States USA
1:56.68 László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
1:57.61 Ryan Lochte
  United States USA
1:57.79
400 m I.M.
  details
László Cseh
  Hungary Hungary
4:09.63 Luca Marin
  Italy Italy
4:11.67 Oussama Mellouli
  Tunisia Tunisia
4:13.47
4×100 m
  freestyle relay
details
 USA
  Michael Phelps
  Neil Walker
  Nate Dusing
  Jason Lezak
3:13.77 CR  Canada
  Yannick Lupien
  Rick Say
  Mike Mintenko
  Brent Hayden
3:16.44  Australia
  Michael Klim
  Andrew Mewing
  Leith Brodie
  Patrick Murphy
3:17.56
4×200 m
  freestyle relay
details
 USA
  Michael Phelps
  Ryan Lochte
  Peter Vanderkaay
  Klete Keller
7:06.58  Canada
  Brent Hayden
  Colin Russell
  Rick Say
  Andrew Hurd
7:09.73  Australia
  Nicholas Sprenger
  Patrick Murphy
  Andrew Mewing
  Grant Hackett
7:10.59
4×100 m
  medley relay
details
 USA
  Aaron Peirsol
  Brendan Hansen
  Ian Crocker
  Jason Lezak
3:31.85  Russia
  Arkady Vyatchanin
  Dmitry Komornikov
  Igor Marchenko
  Andrey Kapralov
3:35.08  Japan
  Tomomi Morita
  Kosuke Kitajima
  Ryo Takayasu
  Daisuke Hosokawa
3:35.40

Legend: WRWorld record; CRChampionship record

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
  details
Libby Lenton
  Australia Australia
24.59 Marleen Veldhuis
  Netherlands Netherlands
24.83 ZHU Yingwen
  China China
24.91
100 m freestyle
  details
Jodie Henry
  Australia Australia
54.18 Malia Metella
  France France

Natalie Coughlin
  United States USA
54.74   none
200 m freestyle
  details
Solenne Figuès
  France France
1:58.60 Federica Pellegrini
  Italy Italy
1:58.73 Josefin Lillhage
  Sweden Sweden

YANG Yu
  China China
1:59.08
400 m freestyle
  details
Laure Manaudou
  France France
4:06.44 Ai Shibata
  Japan Japan
4:06.74 Caitlin McClatchey
  United Kingdom Great Britain
4:07.25
800 m freestyle
  details
Kate Ziegler
  United States USA
8:25.31 Brittany Reimer
  Canada Canada
8:27.59 Ai Shibata
  Japan Japan
8:27.86
1500 m freestyle
  details
Kate Ziegler
  United States USA
16:00.41 Flavia Rigamonti
  Switzerland Switzerland
16:04:34 Brittany Reimer
  Canada Canada
16:07.73
50 m backstroke
  details
Giaan Rooney
  Australia Australia
28.63 GAO Chang
  China China
28.69 Antje Buschschulte
  Germany Germany
28.72
100 m backstroke
  details
Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
1:00.24 Antje Buschschulte
  Germany Germany
1:00.84 Natalie Coughlin
  United States USA
1:00.88
200 m backstroke
  details
Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
2:08.52 Margaret Hoelzer
  United States USA
2:09.94 Reiko Nakamura
  Japan Japan
2:10.41
50 m breaststroke
  details
Jade Edmistone
  Australia Australia
30.45 WR Jessica Hardy
  United States USA
30.85 Brooke Hanson
  Australia Australia
30.89
100 m breaststroke
  details
Leisel Jones
  Australia Australia
1:06.25 Jessica Hardy
  United States USA
1:06.62 Tara Kirk
  United States USA
1:07.43
200 m breaststroke
  details
Leisel Jones
  Australia Australia
2:21.72 WR Anne Poleska
  Germany Germany
2:25.84 Mirna Jukić
  Austria Austria
2:27.11
50 m butterfly
  details
Danni Miatke
  Australia Australia
26.11 Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Sweden Sweden
26.36 Therese Alshammar
  Sweden Sweden
26.39
100 m butterfly
  details
Jessicah Schipper
  Australia Australia
57.23 CR Libby Lenton
  Australia Australia
57.37 Otylia Jędrzejczak
  Poland Poland
58.57
200 m butterfly
  details
Otylia Jędrzejczak
  Poland Poland
2:05.61 WR Jessicah Schipper
  Australia Australia
2:05.65 Yuko Nakanishi
  Japan Japan
2:09.40
200 m I.M.
  details
Katie Hoff
  United States USA
2:10.41 CR Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
2:11.13 Lara Carroll
  Australia Australia
2:13.32
400 m I.M.
  details
Katie Hoff
  United States USA
4:36.07 CR Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
4:39.72 Kaitlin Sandeno
  United States USA
4:40.85
4×100 m
  freestyle relay
details
 Australia
  Jodie Henry
  Alice Mills
  Shayne Reese
  Libby Lenton
3:37.32 CR  Germany
  Petra Dallmann
  Antje Buschschulte
  Annika Liebs
  Daniela Gotz
3:38.24  USA
  Natalie Coughlin
  Kara Lynn Joyce
  Lacey Nymeyer
  Amanda Weir
3:38.31
4×200 m
  freestyle relay
details
 USA
  Natalie Coughlin
  Katie Hoff
  Whitney Myers
  Kaitlin Sandeno
7:53.70 CR  Australia
  Libby Lenton
  Shayne Reese
  Bronte Barratt
  Linda Mackenzie
7:54.06  China
  ZHU Yingwen
  PANG Jiaying
  ZHOU Yafei
  YANG Yu
7:57.29
4×100 m
  medley relay
details
 Australia
  Sophie Edington
  Leisel Jones
  Jessicah Schipper
  Libby Lenton
3:57.47 CR  USA
  Natalie Coughlin
  Jessica Hardy
  Rachel Komisarz
  Amanda Weir
3:59.92  Germany
  Antje Buschschulte
  Sarah Poewe
  Annika Mehlhorn
  Daniela Gotz
4:02.51

Medal standings[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 15 11 6 32
2  Australia 13 5 4 22
3  Zimbabwe 2 2 0 4
4  South Africa 2 1 2 5
5  France 2 1 1 4
6  Poland 2 0 2 4
7  Germany 1 3 2 6
8  Italy 1 2 0 3
9  Hungary 1 1 1 3
10  Greece 1 0 0 1
11  Canada 0 4 1 5
12  Japan 0 3 6 9
13  Russia 0 2 1 3
14  China 0 1 4 5
15  Sweden 0 1 2 3
16  Austria 0 1 1 2
17  Croatia 0 1 0 1
17  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
17   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
20  Great Britain 0 0 3 3
21  Tunisia 0 0 2 2
21  Ukraine 0 0 2 2
Total 40 41 40 121

Records[edit]

World records[edit]

Nine World Records were set at the 2005 World Championships.

Gender Event Round Name Nation Time
Men 800 free Final Grant Hackett Australia Australia 7:38.65
Men 200 back Final Aaron Peirsol United States USA 1:54.66
Men 50 fly Semi-final 1 Roland Schoeman South Africa South Africa 23.01*
Men 50 fly Final Roland Schoeman South Africa South Africa 22.96
Men 100 fly Final Ian Crocker United States USA 50.40
Women 50 breast Final Jade Edmistone Australia Australia 30.45
Women 100 breast Semi-final 1 Jessica Hardy United States USA 1:06.20
Women 200 breast Final Leisel Jones Australia Australia 2:21.72
Women 200 fly Final Otylia Jędrzejczak Poland Poland 2:05.61

Championships records[edit]

Fifteen Championships (or meet) records were set at the 2005 World Championships.
Note: Results followed by an asterisk (*) denote that the record was subsequently re-broken during the competition.

Gender Event Round Name Nation Time
Men 50 free Final Roland Schoeman South Africa South Africa 21.69
Men 100 free Final Filippo Magnini Italy Italy 48.12
Men 100 breast Heat 12 Kosuke Kitajima Japan Japan 59.71*
Men 100 breast Final Brendan Hansen United States USA 59.37
Women 50 back Semi-final 2 Gao Chang China China 28.31
Men 4×100 free relay Final  Michael Phelps, Neil Walker
 Nate Dusing, Jason Lezak
United States USA 3:13.77
Women 50 breast Semi-final 2 Jade Edmistone Australia Australia 30.61*
Women 100 fly Heat 6 Jessicah Schipper Australia Australia 57.91*
Women 100 fly Semi-final 2 Jessicah Schipper Australia Australia 57.75*
Women 100 fly Final Jessicah Schipper Australia Australia 57.23
Women 200 IM Final Katie Hoff United States USA 2:10.41
Women 400 IM Final Katie Hoff United States USA 4:36.07
Women 4×100 free relay Final  Jodie Henry, Alice Mills,
 Shayne Reese, Libby Lenton
Australia Australia 3:37.32
Women 4×200 free relay Final  Natalie Coughlin, Katie Hoff,
 Whitney Myers, Kaitlin Sandeno
United States USA 7:53.70
Women 4×100 medley relay Final  Sophie Edington, Leisel Jones,
 Jessicah Schipper, Libby Lenton
Australia Australia 3:57.47

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2005 FINA World Championships: Swimming page, from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds). Retrieved 2009-08-16.
  2. ^ HistoFINA: Swimming, long course. Published by FINA, last updated in 2011. Retrieved 2013-06-01.

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