2002 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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The 6th FINA Short Course World Championships were held in Moscow, Russia on April 3–7, 2002. The event took place in the 25m-pool of the Olympiiski-complex, which also hosted the swimming event at the 1980 Summer Olympics. A record 599 swimmers from 92 countries competed at these championships, which resulted in seven world records.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Australia (AUS)107118
2 United States (USA)99927
3 Sweden (SWE)72110
4 Ukraine (UKR)5027
5 China (CHN)34512
6 Slovakia (SVK)2114
7 Great Britain (GBR)1236
8 Slovenia (SVN)1203
9 Finland (FIN)1124
10 Argentina (ARG)1113
 Canada (CAN)1113
12 Russia (RUS)0246
Totals (12 nations)413230103

Results[edit]

Freestyle[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m Argentina José Meolans 21.36 CR United Kingdom Mark Foster 21.44 Ukraine Oleksandr Volynets
Russia Alexander Popov
21.55
100 m Australia Ashley Callus 46.99 Argentina José Meolans 47.09 Algeria Salim Iles 47.66
200 m United States Klete Keller 1:44.36 Brazil Gustavo Borges 1:45.67 Canada Mark Johnston 1:45.88
400 m Australia Grant Hackett 3:38.29 Czech Republic Květoslav Svoboda 3:41.97 United States Chad Carvin 3:43.55
1500 m Australia Grant Hackett 14:33.94 United States Chris Thompson 14:39.43 Italy Christian Minotti 14:45.41
4 × 100 m  United States
Scott Tucker
Peter Marshall
Jason Lezak
Klete Keller
3:10.64  Sweden
Eric Lafleur
Stefan Nystrand
Lars Frölander
Mathias Ohlin
3:11.14  Russia
Leonid Khokhlov
Alexander Popov
Denis Pimankov
Andrey Kapralov

Dmitriy Chernichev*
Dmitriy Talepov*
3:11.24
4 × 200 m  Australia
Todd Pearson
Ray Hass
Leon Dunne
Grant Hackett
7:00.36 CR  Russia
Denis Rodkin
Yuri Prilukov
Ilya Nikitin
Andrey Kapralov
7:05.36  United States
Chad Carvin
Erik Vendt
Scott Tucker
Klete Keller
7:08.73
Women 50 m Sweden Therese Alshammar 24.16 United Kingdom Alison Sheppard 24.28 United States Tammie Stone 24.65
100 m Sweden Therese Alshammar 52.89 Slovakia Martina Moravcová 52.96 China Xu Yanwei 53.35
200 m United States Lindsay Benko 1:54.04 WR China Yang Yu 1:55.34 China Xu Yanwei 1:55.63
400 m Ukraine Yana Klochkova 4:01.26 China Chen Hua 4:03.81 United States Rachel Komisarz 4:06.30
800 m China Chen Hua 8:16.34 CR Russia Irina Ufimtseva 8:21.91 Switzerland Flavia Rigamonti 8:23.38
4 × 100 m  Sweden
Josefin Lillhage
Therese Alshammar
Johanna Sjöberg
Anna-Karin Kammerling
3:35.09  Australia
Sarah Ryan
Petria Thomas
Giaan Rooney
Elka Graham
3:35.97  China
Yang Yu
Tang Jingzhi
Zhu Yingwen
Xu Yanwei
3:36.18
4 × 200 m  China
Xu Yanwei
Zhu Yingwen
Tang Jingzhi
Yang Yu
7:46.30 WR  United States
Lindsay Benko
Gabrielle Rose
Colleen Lanne
Rachel Komisarz
7:47.55  Australia
Elka Graham
Petria Thomas
Lori Munz
Giaan Rooney
7:49.50

Backstroke[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m Australia Matt Welsh 23.66 United States Peter Marshall 24.04 Germany Toni Helbig 24.17
100 m Australia Matt Welsh 51.26 United States Aaron Peirsol 51.71 United States Peter Marshall 51.84
200 m United States Aaron Peirsol 1:51.17 WR Croatia Marko Strahija 1:53.08 Slovenia Blaž Medvešek 1:53.66
Women 50 m Canada Jennifer Carroll 27.38 CR United States Haley Cope 27.44 United States Diana MacManus 27.60
100 m United States Haley Cope 59.07 Czech Republic Ilona Hlaváčková 59.13 United States Diana MacManus 59.45
200 m United States Lindsay Benko 2:04.97 CR Japan Reiko Nakamura 2:07.30 Ukraine Irina Amshennikova 2:07.71

Breaststroke[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m Ukraine Oleg Lisogor 26.42 Portugal José Couto 27.22 Brazil Eduardo Fischer 27.26
100 m Ukraine Oleg Lisogor 58.33 CR Japan Kosuke Kitajima 59.10 Finland Jarno Pihlava 59.22
200 m Australia Jim Piper 2:07.16 CR United States David Denniston 2:07.42 Finland Jarno Pihlava 2:07.61
Women 50 m Sweden Emma Igelström 29.96 WR China Luo Xuejuan 30.17 United Kingdom Zoë Baker 30.56
100 m Sweden Emma Igelström 1:05.38 WR South Africa Sarah Poewe 1:06.16 China Luo Xuejuan 1:06.36
200 m China Qi Hui 2:20.91 Sweden Emma Igelström 2:21.60 Austria Mirna Jukić 2:21.63

Butterfly[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 50 m Australia Geoff Huegill 22.89 CR Australia Adam Pine 23.29 United Kingdom Mark Foster 23.36
100 m Australia Geoff Huegill 50.95 Australia Adam Pine 51.27 Russia Igor Marchenko 51.41
200 m United Kingdom James Hickman 1:53.14 Australia Justin Norris 1:54.07 Romania Ioan Gherghel 1:54.16
Women 50 m Sweden Anna-Karin Kammerling 25.55 CR Australia Petria Thomas 26.36 Israel Vered Borochovski 26.38
100 m Slovakia Martina Moravcová 57.04 Australia Petria Thomas 57.91 Sweden Anna-Karin Kammerling 58.12
200 m Australia Petria Thomas 2:05.76 CR China Yang Yu 2:06.10 United States Mary Descenza 2:06.17

Medley[edit]

M/V Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men 100 m Slovenia Peter Mankoč 52.90 Finland Jani Sievinen 53.78 Denmark Jakob Andersen 54.31
200 m Finland Jani Sievinen 1:55.45 CR Slovenia Peter Mankoč 1:56.13 United States Tom Wilkens 1:57.34
400 m United States Tom Wilkens 4:04.82 CR Canada Brian Johns 4:06.85 Denmark Jacob Carstensen 4:08.92
4 × 100 m  United States
Aaron Peirsol
David Denniston
Peter Marshall
Jason Lezak
3:29.00 WR  Australia
Geoff Huegill
Jim Piper
Adam Pine
Ashley Callus
3:29.35  Russia
Evgueni Alechine
Dmitri Komornikov
Igor Marchenko
Denis Pimankov
3:30.21
Women 100 m Slovakia Martina Moravcová 59.91 United States Gabrielle Rose 1:00.68 United Kingdom Alison Sheppard 1:00.88
200 m Ukraine Yana Klochkova 2:08.82 United States Gabrielle Rose 2:09.77 Russia Oxana Verevka 2:11.25
400 m Ukraine Yana Klochkova 4:30.63 Slovenia Alenka Kejžar 4:35.44 Argentina Georgina Bardach 4:36.36
4 × 100 m  Sweden
Therese Alshammar
Emma Igelström
Anna-Karin Kammerling
Johanna Sjöberg
3:55.78 WR  United States
Haley Cope
Amanda Beard
Rachel Komisarz
Lindsay Benko
3:57.17  People's Republic of China
Zhan Shu
Luo Xuejuan
Zheng Xi
Xu Yanwei
3:57.29

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