Tracey Danielle McFarlane (born July 20, 1966) is a former international breaststroke swimmer who competed for both Canada and the United States.
McFarlane represented the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. She won a silver medal as a member of the second-place U.S. team in the women's 4x100-meter medley relay; her silver-medal teammates included Beth Barr (backstroke), Janel Jorgensen (butterfly), and Mary Wayte (freestyle).
She held the American record in the 100-meter breaststroke from 1988 to 1992.
She swam collegiately for the University of Texas, and was inducted into their Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.
- ^ a b Sports-Reference.com, Olympic Sports, Athletes, Tracey McFarlane. Retrieved November 14, 2012.
- ^ Sports-Reference.com, Olympic Sports, United States Swimming at the 1988 Seoul Summer Games. Retrieved November 14, 2012.
- ^ TexasSports.com, Hall of Honor, Tracey McFarlane Mirande. Retrieved November 13, 2012.
- 1973: East Germany (Richter, Vogel, Kother, Ender)
- 1975: East Germany (Richter, Anke, Kother, Ender)
- 1978: USA (Jasek, Caulkins, Pennington, Woodhead)
- 1982: East Germany (Otto, Geweniger, Geißler, Meineke)
- 1986: East Germany (Zimmermann, Gerasch, Gressler, Otto)
- 1991: USA (Wagstaff, McFarlane, Leighton, Haislett)
- 1994: China (He, Dai, Liu, Le)
- 1998: USA (Maurer, Kowal, Thompson, Van Dyken)
- 2001: Australia (Calub, Jones, Thomas, Ryan)
- 2003: China (Zhan, Luo, Zhou, Yang)
- 2005: Australia (Edington, Jones, Schipper, Lenton)
- 2007: Australia (Seebohm, Jones, Schipper, Lenton)
- 2009: China (Zhao, Chen, Jiao, Li)
- 2011: USA (Coughlin, Soni, Vollmer, Franklin)
- 2013: USA (Franklin, Hardy, Vollmer, Romano)
- 1985: CAN
- 1987: USA (Linehan, Johnson, Myers, Torres)
- 1989: USA (Loveless, McFarlane, Johnson, Fetter)
- 1991: USA (Wagstaff, King, Ahmann-Leighton, Haislett)
- 1993: USA (Loveless, Nall, Thompson, Martino)
- 1995: AUS (Stevenson, Riley, O'Neill, Ryan)
- 1997: USA (Maurer, Kowal, Fox, Thompson)
- 1999: USA (Bedford, Quann, Thompson, Kolbisen)
- 2002: AUS (Calub, Jones, Thomas, Henry)
- 2006: USA (Coughlin, Hardy, Komisarz, Weir)
- 2010: USA (Coughlin, Soni, Vollmer, Hardy)