1989 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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The third edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 1989 in Tokyo, Japan at the Yoyogi National Olympic Pool from August 17–20.[1] [2]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Tom Jager (USA) 22.12 WR  Andrew Baildon (AUS) 22.54  Steve Crocker (USA) 22.78
100 m freestyle  Brent Lang (USA) 49.56  Andrew Baildon (AUS) 50.03  Doug Gjertsen (USA) 50.11
200 m freestyle  Doug Gjertsen (USA) 1:49.09  Jon Olsen (USA) 1:49.47  Turlough O'Hare (CAN) 1:50.23
400 m freestyle  Turlough O'Hare (CAN) 3:52.89  Dan Jorgensen (USA) 3:53.85  Paul Robinson (USA) 3:55.04
800 m freestyle  Michael Bruce McKenzie (AUS) 7:58.99  Dan Jorgensen (USA) 8:01.29  Christopher Bowie (CAN) 8:02.18
1500 m freestyle  Glen Housman (AUS) 15:06.00  Lars Jorgensen (USA) 15:14.45  Michael Bruce McKenzie (AUS) 15:21.52
100 m backstroke  Jeff Rouse (USA) 56.34  Scot Johnson (USA) 56.52  Mark Tewksbury (CAN) 56.65
200 m backstroke  Dan Veatch (USA) 2:01.27  Gary Anderson (CAN) 2:02.34  Paul Kingsman (NZL) 2:03.14
100 m breaststroke  Rich Korhammer (USA) 1:02.95  Richard Schroeder (USA) 1:03.09  Chen Jianhong (CHN) 1:03.19
200 m breaststroke  Mike Barrowman (USA) 2:13.09 WR  Nelson Diebel (USA) 2:14.94  Jonathan Cleveland (CAN) 2:15.76
100 m butterfly  Anthony Nesty (SUR) 53.80  Wade King (USA) 53.86  Mark Henderson (USA) 54.13
200 m butterfly  Melvin Stewart (USA) 1:59.40  David Wharton (USA) 1:59.56  Anthony Mosse (NZL) 2:00.03
200 m individual medley  David Wharton (USA) 2:00.11 WR  Ron Karnaugh (USA) 2:02.83  Gary Anderson (CAN) 2:03.19
400 m individual medley  David Wharton (USA) 4:16.14  Eric Namesnik (USA) 4:17.02  Raymond Brown (CAN) 4:23.61
4×100 m freestyle relay  United States
Brent Lang (49.48)
Jon Olsen (49.78)
Doug Gjertsen (48.97)
Tom Jager (49.52)
3:17.75  Australia
Thomas Stachewicz (51.1)
Ian Van der Wal (51.19)
Gary Lord (50.51)
Andrew Baildon ((49.54)
3:22.39  Canada
S. Vander Meulen (51.61)
Stepjane Hebert (50.60)
Mike Woolhouse (50.69)
Darren Ward (51.33)
3:24.23
4×200 m freestyle relay  United States
Melvin Stewart (1:50.51)
Dan Jorgensen (1:50.29)
Jon Olsen (1:51.02)
Doug Gjertsen (1:49.05)
7:20.87  Canada
G.Vander Meulen (1:51.69)
Eddie Patenti (1:51.66)
Darren Ward (1:51.69)
Turlough o'Hare (1:50.09)
7:25.13  Australia
Martin Roberts (1:51.48)
Justin Lemberg (1:51.82)
Gary Lord (1:51.76)
Thomas Stachewicz (1:50.76)
7:25.56
4×100 m medley relay  United States
Jeff Rouse (55.65)
Rich Korhammer (1:01.78)
Wade King (53.23)
Brent Lang (48.61)
3:39.27  Canada
Mark Tewksbury (56.52)
Jon Cleveland (1:01.69)
Stephan Hebert (54.55)
Mike Woolhouse (50.96)
3:43.42  Australia
Thomas Stachewicz (58.17)
Phil Rogers
(1:03.63)
Justin Cooper (55.55)
Andrew Baildon (49.40)
3:46.75

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle  Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.85  Wenyi Yang (CHN) 25.95  Leigh Ann Fetter (USA) 25.96
100 m freestyle  Yong Zhuang (CHN) 55.68  Jenny Thompson (USA) 55.84  Nicole Haislett (USA) 55.99
200 m freestyle  Patricia Noall (CAN) 2:00.87  Mitzi Kremer (USA) 2:01.18  Yong Zhuang (CHN) 2:01.44
400 m freestyle  Janet Evans (USA) 4:04.53  Jane Skillman (USA) 4:11.46  Janelle Elford (AUS) 4:12.57
800 m freestyle  Janet Evans (USA) 8:16.22 WR  Janelle Elford (AUS) 8:31.16  Julie Kole (USA) 8:32.56
1500 m freestyle  Janelle Elford (AUS) 16:10.58  Julie Kole (USA) 16:28.25  Julie McDonald (AUS) 16:35.82
100 m backstroke  Lea Loveless (USA) 1:02.69  Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 1:03.52  Anne Mahoney (USA) 1:03.52
200 m backstroke  Dede Trimble (USA) 2:13.76  Anna Simcic (NZL) 2:14.21  Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 2:14.22
100 m breaststroke  Keltie Duggan (CAN) 1:09.79  Tracey McFarlane (USA) 1:09.81  Mary Ellen Blanchard (USA) 1:11.08
200 m breaststroke  Mary Ellen Blanchard (USA) 2:32.02  Nathalie Giguere (CAN) 2:32.12  Tracey McFarlane (USA) 2:32.13
100 m butterfly  Hong Qian (CHN) 1:00.45  Xiaohong Wang (CHN) 1:00.81  Jenna Johnson (USA) 1:01.01
200 m butterfly  Rie Shito (JPN) 2:11.29  Julie Gorman (USA) 2:11.45  Xiaohong Wang (CHN) 2:11.55
200 m individual medley  Lin Li (CHN) 2:14.69  Summer Sanders (USA) 2:16.09  Michelle Griglione (USA) 2:16.77
400 m individual medley  Janet Evans (USA) 4:39.38  Lin Li (CHN) 4:45.69  Donna Procter (AUS) 4:45.99
4×100 m freestyle relay  United States
Jenny Thompson
Julie Cooper
Carrie Steinseifer
Nicole Haislett
3:43.63  Canada 3:47.80  China 3:47.97
4×200 m freestyle relay  United States
Mitzi Kremer
Stacy Cassiday
Janet Evans
Julie Kole
8:03.33  Japan 8:14.83  Canada 8:16.29
4×100 m medley relay  United States
Lea Loveless
Tracey McFarlane
Jenna Johnson
Leigh Ann Fetter
4:09.93  Australia 4:11.54  China 4:11.54

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1989 Pan Pacific" (PDF). USA Swimming. August 21, 1989. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history