1993 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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1993 Pan Pacific
Swimming Championships

Kobe, Japan
Swimming pictogram.svg
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
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 fifth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event involving countries in the Pacific region, was held on August 12–15, 1993 in Kobe, Japan.[1] [2][3]

Competing nations[edit]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
details
Jon Olsen
 USA
22.68 Joe Hudepohl
 USA
22.95 Dean Kondziolka
 Canada
23.16
100 m freestyle
details
Jon Olsen
 USA
49.73 Christopher Fydler
 Australia
50.02 John Steel
 New Zealand
50.12
200 m freestyle
details
Josh Davis
 USA
1:48.50 Trent Bray
 New Zealand
1:49.69 Uğur Taner
 USA
1:49.80
400 m freestyle
details
Kieren Perkins
 Australia
3:49.43 Daniel Kowalski
 Australia
3:52.18 Chad Carvin
 USA
3:52.46
800 m freestyle
details
Kieren Perkins
 Australia
7:50.51 Daniel Kowalski
 Australia
7:56.95 Chad Carvin
 USA
8:00.36
1500 m freestyle
details
Kieren Perkins
 Australia
14:55.92 Daniel Kowalski
 Australia
15:06.77 Carlton Bruner
 USA
15:16.64
100 m backstroke
details
Jeff Rouse
 USA
54.85 Brian Retterer
 USA
55.59 Hajime Itoi
 Japan
56.54
200 m backstroke
details
Royce Sharp
 USA
1:59.21 Tripp Schwenk
 USA
2:00.08 Hajime Itoi
 Japan
2:00.68
100 m breaststroke
details
Phil Rogers
 Australia
1:01.56 Akira Hayashi
 Japan
1:01.82 Seth Van Neerden
 USA
1:02.35
200 m breaststroke
details
Phil Rogers
 Australia
2:13.50 Jon Cleveland
 Canada
2:14.31 Eric Wunderlich
 USA
2:15.47
100 m butterfly
details
Mark Henderson
 USA
53.91 Seth Pepper
 USA
54.27 Danyon Loader
 New Zealand
54.35
200 m butterfly
details
Danyon Loader
 New Zealand
1:58.30 Scott Miller
 Australia
1:58.47 Mitsuharu Takane
 Japan
2:00.77
200 m individual medley
details
Matthew Dunn
 Australia
2:01.52 Greg Burgess
 USA
2:01.54 Trip Zedlitz
 USA
2:03.38
400 m individual medley
details
Matthew Dunn
 Australia
4:19.05 Tom Dolan
 USA
4:20.72 Matt Hooper
 USA
4:21.98
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 USA
Joe Hudepohl (49.68)
Seth Pepper (49.49)
David Fox (49.57)
Jon Olsen (48.76)
3:17.50  Australia
Chris Fydler (49.93)
Darren Lange (50.26)
Andrew Baildon (49.78)
Matthew Dunn (50.56)
3:20.53  Canada
Sebastien Goulet (51.45)
Dean Kondziolka (50.74)
Stephen Clarke (49.98)
Robert Braknis (49.84)
3:22.01
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
 USA
Greg Burgess (1:51.54)
Chris Eckerman (1:49.41)
Uğur Taner (1:49.75)
Josh Davis (1:47.96)
7:18.66  Australia
Kieren Perkins (1:50.81)
Deane Pieters (1:50.96)
Malcolm Allen (1:51.43)
Matthew Dunn (1:51.91)
7:25.11  New Zealand
John Steel (1:52.83)
Trent Bray (1:50.15)
Craig Ford (1:53.48)
Danyon Loader (1:49.82)
7:26.28
4×100 m medley relay
details
 USA
Jeff Rouse (55.10)
Seth Van Neerden (1:02.37)
Mark Henderson (53.24)
Jon Olsen (48.81)
3:39.52  Australia
Simon Beqir (57.34)
Phil Rogers (1:01.30)
Scott Miller (53.51)
Chris Fydler (49.41)
3:41.56  Japan
Hajime Itoi (56.64)
Akira Hayashi (1:00.71)
Mitsuhara Takane (54.18)
Hajime Oono (51.69)
3:43.22

Legend: WR: World record, CR: Championship record

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
details
Jenny Thompson
 USA
25.60 Angel Martino
 USA
25.78 Jessica Amey
 Canada
26.06
100 m freestyle
details
Jenny Thompson
 USA
55.25 Susie O'Neill
 Australia
55.80 Angel Martino
 USA
55.97
200 m freestyle
details
Claudia Poll
 Costa Rica
1:58.85 Nicole Haislett
 USA
1:58.95 Suzu Chiba
 Japan
1:59.56
400 m freestyle
details
Janet Evans
 USA
4:07.47 Claudia Poll
 Costa Rica
4:09.61 Suzu Chiba
 Japan
4:10.67
800 m freestyle
details
Janet Evans
 USA
8:23.72 Hayley Lewis
 Australia
8:26.66 Claudia Poll
 Costa Rica
8:33.80
1500 m freestyle
details
Hayley Lewis
 Australia
16:04.84 Stacey Gartrell
 Australia
16:10.42 Alexis Larsen
 USA
16:19.03
100 m backstroke
details
Lea Loveless
 USA
1:01.35 Barbara Bedford
 USA
1:01.54 Yoko Koikawa
 Japan
1:03.21
200 m backstroke
details
Barbara Bedford
 USA
2:10.97 Lea Loveless
 USA
2:11.42 Leigh Habler
 Australia
2:13.89
100 m breaststroke
details
Anita Nall
 USA
1:09.11 Samantha Riley
 Australia
1:09.18 Guylaine Cloutier
 Canada
1:09.93
200 m breaststroke
details
Anita Nall
 USA
2:28.40 Rebecca Brown
 Australia
2:28.42 Kristine Quance
 USA
2:28.75
100 m butterfly
details
Jenny Thompson
 USA
59.33 Susie O'Neill
 Australia
59.86 Petria Thomas
 Australia
1:01.03
200 m butterfly
details
Rie Shito
 Japan
2:10.36 Mika Haruna
 Japan
2:11.64 Julie Majer
 Australia
2:11.88
200 m individual medley
details
Allison Wagner
 USA
2:12.54 Hitomi Maehara
 Japan
2:14.60 Elli Overton
 Australia
2:15.45
400 m individual medley
details
Kristine Quance
 USA
4:39.25 Allison Wagner
 USA
4:41.22 Hayley Lewis
 Australia
4:44.13
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 USA
Melanie Valerio (56.58)
Nicole Haislett (55.89)
Angel Martino (55.24)
Jenny Thompson (54.84)
3:42.56  Australia
Anna Windsor (57.52)
Sarah Ryan (56.57)
Sally-Anne Sullivan (56.24)
Susie O'Neill (55.87)
3:46.20  Canada
Marianne Limpert (56.78)
Shannon Shakespeare (56.59)
Patricia Levesgue (57.32)
Joanne Malar (56.86)
3:47.55
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
 USA
Nicole Haislett (2:00.41)
Janet Evans (2:02.37)
Sarah Anderson (2:01.80)
Jenny Thompson (2:01.70)
8:06.28  Australia
Susie O'Neill (2:01.27)
Stacey Gartrell (2:03.01)
Anna Windsor (2:02.90)
Hayley Lewis (2:01.55)
8:08.73  Japan
Sachiko Miyaji (2:01.65)
Yoko Koikawa (2:01.94)
Tomoko Goza (2:02.92)
Suzu Chiba (2:02.23)
8:08.74
4×100 m medley relay
details
 USA
Lea Loveless (1:01.33)
Anita Nall (1:09.63)
Jenny Thompson (58.70)
Angel Martino (55.24)
4:04.90  Australia
Nicole Stevenson (1:02.84)
Samantha Riley (1:09.45)
Petria Thomas (1:00.19)
Susie O'Neill (55.62)
4:08.10  Japan
Yoko Koikawa (1:03.06)
Kyoko Kasuya (1:10.50)
Rie Shito (1:01.07)
Suzu Chiba (55.45)
4:10.08

Legend: WR: World record, CR: Championship record

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1993 Pan Pacific" (PDF). USA Swimming. August 16, 1993. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history
  3. ^ "1993 Pan Pacific results". Swim News. August 16, 1993. Retrieved March 4, 2014.