1997 FINA Short Course World Championships – Women's 200m Individual Medley

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Swimming events at the
1997 FINA SC World Championships
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 finals and the qualifying heats of the Women's 200 metres Individual Medley event at the 1997 FINA Short Course World Championships were held on the last day of the championships, on Sunday 20 April 1997 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Finals[edit]

RANK FINAL A TIME
Med 1.png  Louise Karlsson (SWE) 2:11.19
Med 2.png  Martina Moravcová (SVK) 2:11.39
Med 3.png  Sue Rolph (GBR) 2:12.39
4.  Sabine Herbst (GER) 2:12.72
5.  Britta Vestergaard (DEN) 2:13.04
6.  Rachel Harris (AUS) 2:13.15
7.  Alicja Pęczak (POL) 2:13.70
8.  Wu Yanyan (CHN) 2:14.01


RANK FINAL B TIME
9.  Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:13.79
10.  Jennifer Parmenter (USA) 2:14.18
11.  Chen Yan (CHN) 2:14.73
12.  Angela Kennedy (AUS) 2:15.32
13.  Shelly Ripple (USA) 2:15.44
14.  Katrin Jäke (GER) 2:15.93
15.  Julia Russell (RSA) 2:17.27
16.  Carrie Burgoyne (CAN) 2:17.32

Qualifying heats[edit]

RANK HEATS RANKING TIME
1.  Louise Karlsson (SWE) 2:11.42
2.  Martina Moravcová (SVK) 2:12.62
3.  Britta Vestergaard (DEN) 2:13.16
4.  Alicja Pęczak (POL) 2:13.21
5.  Sabine Herbst (GER) 2:13.28
6.  Sue Rolph (GBR) 2:13.31
7.  Wu Yanyan (CHN) 2:13.53
8.  Rachel Harris (AUS) 2:13.86
9.  Chen Yan (CHN) 2:15.02
10.  Angela Kennedy (AUS) 2:15.08
11.  Julia Russell (RSA) 2:15.15
12.  Jennifer Parmenter (USA) 2:15.18
13.  Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:15.30
14.  Shelly Ripple (USA) 2:16.42
15.  Katrin Jäke (GER) 2:16.60
16.  Carrie Burgoyne (CAN) 2:16.70
17.  Nataša Kejžar (SLO) 2:16.74
18.  Hitomi Kashima (JPN) 2:16.91
19.  Malin Svahnström (SWE) 2:17.26
20.  María Santos (POR) 2:17.51
21.  Pavla Chrástová (CZE) 2:17.57
22.  Amanda Clegg (RSA) 2:19.22
23.  Praphalsai Minpraphal (THA) 2:19.81
24.  Aikaterina Sarakatsani (GRE) 2:20.06
25.  Dagmar Majerová (CZE) 2:20.26
26.  Mirjana Bosevska (MKD) 2:20.36
27.  Martina Nemec (AUT) 2:20.86
28.  Isabel Ceballos (COL) 2:21.46
29.  Petra Chaves (POR) 2:21.57
30.  Daniela Hornaková (SVK) 2:21.60

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