2003–04 FINA Swimming World Cup

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The 2003–2004 FINA Swimming World Cup was a series of eight, short course meets organized by FINA and held at eight different international locations. The meets were held from November 2003 through February 2004.

Ed Moses of the United States and Martina Moravcová of Slovakia were the overall male and female winners of the series.

Meets[edit]

Year Dates Location Results
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November 24+25 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea[1][2]
November 28–30 Australia Melbourne, Australia[3][4][5] OmegaTiming
December 5–7 South Africa Durban, South Africa[6][7][8] OmegaTiming
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January 13+14 Sweden Stockholm, Sweden[9][10] OmegaTiming
January 17+18 Germany Berlin, Germany[11][12] OmegaTiming
January 21+22 Russia Moscow, Russia[13][14] OmegaTiming
January 30+31 United States New York, USA[15][16]
  (actually in East Meadow)
OmegaTiming
February 6–8 Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil[17][18][19] OmegaTiming

Event winners[edit]

Times listed at top of each table represent the series record (WC) as of the start of the 2003/2004 World Cup.

50 Freestyle[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Mark Foster, GBR
Time
21.13
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Alison Sheppard, GBR
Time
24.06
United States Robert Zaabadick (USA) 22.29 #1: Daejeon Germany Katrin Meissner (Germany) 25.21
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 21.68 #2: Melbourne Australia Lisbeth Lenton (Australia) 24.19
South Africa Roland Schoeman (South Africa) 21.57 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 25.23
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 21.77 #4: Stockholm Sweden Therese Alshammar (Sweden) 24.28
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 21.53 #5: Berlin Sweden Therese Alshammar (Sweden) 24.43
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 21.60 #6: Moscow United States Courtney Shealy (USA) 25.07
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 21.42 #7: New York United States Jenny Thompson (USA) 24.60
Argentina José Meolans (Argentina) 21.59 #8: Rio de Janeiro Brazil Flávia Delaroli (Brazil) 24.83

100 Freestyle[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Alexander Popov, RUS
Time
46.74
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Jenny Thompson, USA
Time
53.05
Germany Stefan Herbst (Germany) 48.84 #1: Daejeon Germany Katrin Meissner (Germany) 54.97
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 47.36 #2: Melbourne Australia Lisbeth Lenton (Australia) 52.64 WC
South Africa Roland Schoeman (South Africa) 47.70 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 54.26
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 47.24 #4: Stockholm Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 54.10
Argentina José Meolans (Argentina) 47.61 #5: Berlin France Malia Metella (France) 53.30
Russia Andrey Kapralov (Russia) 47.94 #6: Moscow Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 53.90
United States Jason Lezak (USA) 46.98 #7: New York United States Jenny Thompson (USA) 53.63
Argentina José Meolans (Argentina) 47.69 #8: Rio de Janeiro Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 53.58

200 Freestyle[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Ian Thorpe, AUS
Time
1:41.10
Winner (Nationality)
WC: YANG Yu, CHN
Time
1:54.90
Germany Stefan Herbst (Germany) 1:45.15 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 1:58.78
Australia Nicholas Sprenger (Australia) 1:46.06 #2: Melbourne United States Lindsay Benko (USA) 1:55.27
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 1:44.05 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 1:56.30
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 1:43.85 #4: Stockholm United Kingdom Melanie Marshall (Great Britain) 1:55.62
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 1:44.12 #5: Berlin Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 1:56.13
Russia Andrey Kapralov (Russia) 1:46.21 #6: Moscow Sweden Josefin Lillhage (Sweden) 1:56.60
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 1:43.85 #7: New York Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 1:56.78
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 1:46.41 #8: Rio de Janeiro Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 1:55.81 NR

400 Freestyle[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Ian Thorpe, AUS
Time
3:34.63
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Lindsay Benko, USA
Time
3:59.53
United States Justin Mortimer (USA) 3:50.89 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 4:10.66
France Nicolas Rostoucher (France) 3:42.06 #2: Melbourne United States Lindsay Benko (USA) 4:02.29
United States Chad Carvin (USA) 3:42.91 #3: Durban Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 4:08.19
Russia Yuri Prilukov (Russia) 3:41.10 #4: Stockholm Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 4:02.99
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 3:39.91 #5: Berlin Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 4:02.00
Russia Yuri Prilukov (Russia) 3:45.19 #6: Moscow Belarus Alena Popchanka (Belarus) 4:07.13
United States Chad Carvin (USA) 3:40.87 #7: New York Japan Sachiko Yamada (Japan) 4:01.36
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 3:44.54 #8: Rio de Janeiro Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 4:07.45

1500/800 Freestyle[edit]

Men (1500 free) Meet Women (800 free)
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Grant Hackett, AUS
Time
14:29.51
Winner (Nationality)
WC: CHEN Hua, CHN
Time
8:15.15
United States Justin Mortimer (USA) 15:09.48 #1: Daejeon China ZHENG Jing (China) 8:40.79
Canada Kurtis MacGillivary (Canada) 14:50.94 #2: Melbourne Australia Elka Graham (Australia) 8:17.97
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 14:51.38 #3: Durban China CHEN Hua (China) 8:29.41
Russia Yuri Prilukov (Russia) 14:46.59 #4: Stockholm United Kingdom Rebecca Cooke (Great Britain) 8:23.57
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 14:42.62 #5: Berlin Spain Erika Villaecija (Spain) 8:18.87
Russia Yuri Prilukov (Russia) 14:47.42 #6: Moscow Russia Maria Bulakhova (Russia) 8:36.02
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 14:44.69 #7: New York Japan Sachiko Yamada (Japan) 8:13.66 WC
Romania Dragoş Coman (Romania) 15:06.33 #8: Rio de Janeiro Romania Camelia Potec (Romania) 8:29.37

50 Backstroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Thomas Rupprath, GER
Time
23.49
Winner (Nationality)
WC: LI Hui, CHN
Time
26.83
Germany Steffen Driesen (Germany) 24.44 #1: Daejeon Japan Mai Nakamura (Japan) 27.87
Australia Matt Welsh (Australia) 23.39 WC #2: Melbourne Australia Nicole Seah (Australia) 27.70
Germany Steffen Driesen (Germany) 24.66 #3: Durban United States Haley Cope (USA) 27.83
United States Randall Bal (USA) 23.92 #4: Stockholm China GAO Chang (China) 27.61
United States Randall Bal (USA) 23.89 #5: Berlin China GAO Chang (China) 27.19
United States Randall Bal (USA) 24.06 #6: Moscow Australia Sophie Edington (Australia) 27.97
United States Neil Walker (USA) 23.77 #7: New York Canada Jennifer Carroll (Canada) 27.69
China CAO Xiewei (China) 24.79 #8: Rio de Janeiro South Korea Nam Eun Lee (South Korea)

100 Backstroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Thomas Rupprath, GER
Time
50.58
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Natalie Coughlin, USA
Time
56.71
Germany Steffen Driesen (Germany) 52.76 #1: Daejeon Japan Mai Nakamura (Japan) 59.48
Australia Matt Welsh (Australia) 51.13 #2: Melbourne Japan Mai Nakamura (Japan) 59.15
Germany Steffen Driesen (Germany) 52.28 #3: Durban Czech Republic Ilona Hlaváčková (Czech Republic) 58.82
United States Randall Bal (USA) 51.61 #4: Stockholm China GAO Chang (China) 58.49
Germany Thomas Rupprath (Germany) 51.47 #5: Berlin China GAO Chang (China) 58.45
United States Randall Bal (USA) 52.18 #6: Moscow United States Courtney Shealy (USA) 59.90
United States Randall Bal (USA) 52.08 #7: New York United Kingdom Sarah Price (Great Britain) 1:00.39
Romania Răzvan Florea (Romania) 53.35 #8: Rio de Janeiro South Africa Charlene Wittstock (South Africa) 1:00.87

200 Backstroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Gordan Kožulj, CRO
Time
1:51.62
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Natalie Coughlin, USA
Time
2:03.62
Croatia Gordan Kožulj (Croatia) 1:55.02 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:10.88
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 1:51.40 WC #2: Melbourne United States Margaret Hoelzer (USA) 2:05.47
Germany Steffen Driesen (Germany) 1:54.86 #3: Durban South Africa Melissa Corfe (South Africa) 2:10.50
Russia Evgeny Aleshin (Russia) 1:53.21 #4: Stockholm Japan Reiko Nakamura (Japan) 2:06.65
Japan Tomomi Morita (Japan) 1:54.24 #5: Berlin Japan Reiko Nakamura (Japan) 2:05.99
Russia Evgeny Aleshin (Russia) 1:53.70 #6: Moscow Russia Stanislava Komarova (Russia) 2:06.59
Romania Răzvan Florea (Romania) 1:53.80 #7: New York Canada Elizabeth Warden (Canada) 2:08.19
Romania Răzvan Florea (Romania) 1:55.01 #8: Rio de Janeiro Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:09.40

50 Breaststroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Oleg Lisogor, UKR
Time
26.20
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Zoë Baker, GBR
Time
30.21
Russia Roman Sludnov (Russia) 28.08 #1: Daejeon Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 31.40
Australia Brenton Rickard (Australia) 27.17 #2: Melbourne Australia Brooke Hanson (Australia) 30.24 WC
Ukraine Oleg Lisogor (Ukraine) 26.97 #3: Durban United States Staciana Stitts (USA) 31.60
United States Ed Moses (USA) 27.10 #4: Stockholm United States Kristy Kowal (USA) 31.18
United States Ed Moses (USA) 26.68 #5: Berlin United States Kristy Kowal (USA) 30.94
United States Ed Moses (USA)
Russia Roman Sludnov (Russia)
27.44 #6: Moscow United States Kristy Kowal (USA) 31.10
United States Ed Moses (USA) 26.85 #7: New York United States Gabrielle Rose (USA) 31.34
United States Mark Gangloff (USA) 27.63 #8: Rio de Janeiro United States Amanda Beard (USA) 30.99

100 Breaststroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Ed Moses, USA
Time
57.47
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Emma Igelström, SWE
Time
1:05.55
South Korea You Seung-Hun (South Korea) 1:00.82 #1: Daejeon Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 1:07.76
Australia Brenton Rickard (Australia) 59.00 #2: Melbourne Australia Leisel Jones (Australia) 1:05.09 WR
Ukraine Oleg Lisogor (Ukraine) 59.69 #3: Durban United States Staciana Stitts (USA) 1:07.63
United States Ed Moses (USA) 58.08 #4: Stockholm Sweden Emma Igelström (Sweden) 1:06.96
United States Ed Moses (USA) 58.23 #5: Berlin Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 1:06.75
United States Ed Moses (USA) 59.33 #6: Moscow Russia Elena Bogomazova (Russia) 1:07.79
United States Ed Moses (USA) 57.96 #7: New York Japan Masami Tanaka (Japan) 1:07.16
Brazil Eduardo Fischer (Brazil) 1:00.11 #8: Rio de Janeiro United States Amanda Beard (USA) 1:06.53

200 Breaststroke[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Ed Moses, USA
Time
2:03.17
Winner (Nationality)
WC: QI Hui, CHN
Time
2:18.86
South Korea You Seung-Hun (South Korea) 2:14.43 #1: Daejeon Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 2:23.19
United States Ed Moses (USA) 2:07.84 #2: Melbourne Australia Leisel Jones (Australia) 2:17.75 WR
South Africa Terence Parkin (South Africa) 2:10.12 #3: Durban China LUO Nan (China) 2:24.75
United States Ed Moses (USA) 2:04.54 #4: Stockholm Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 2:23.36
United States Ed Moses (USA) 2:02.92 WR #5: Berlin Austria Mirna Jukić (Austria) 2:22.79
United States Ed Moses (USA) 2:08.27 #6: Moscow Russia Ekaterina Kormacheva (Russia) 2:27.43
United States Ed Moses (USA) 2:04.61 #7: New York Japan Masami Tanaka (Japan) 2:21.20
France Hugues Duboscq (France) 2:12.19 #8: Rio de Janeiro United States Amanda Beard (USA) 2:23.74

50 Butterfly[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Geoff Huegill, AUS
Time
22.74
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Anna-Karin Kammerling, SWE
Time
25.36
Uzbekistan Ravil Nachaev (Uzbekistan) 24.19 #1: Daejeon Australia Danni Miatke (Australia) 27.08
Australia Geoff Huegill (Australia) 23.46 #2: Melbourne Australia Petria Thomas (Australia) 26.20
South Africa Roland Schoeman (South Africa) 23.25 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 26.53
Canada Mike Mintenko (Canada) 23.75 #4: Stockholm Sweden Anna-Karin Kammerling (Sweden) 25.98
Ukraine Andriy Serdinov (Ukraine) 23.36 #5: Berlin Australia Petria Thomas (Australia) 26.06
Russia Nikolay Skvortsov (Russia) 23.80 #6: Moscow Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 26.55
South Africa Roland Schoeman (South Africa) 23.04 #7: New York United States Jenny Thompson (USA) 26.04
Brazil Kaio Almeida (Brazil) 23.77 #8: Rio de Janeiro Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 26.39

100 Butterfly[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Thomas Rupprath, GER
Time
50.10
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Natalie Coughlin, USA
Time
56.34
Russia Igor Marchenko (Russia) 52.99 #1: Daejeon Australia Kate Corkran (Australia) 1:00.17
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 51.11 #2: Melbourne Australia Petria Thomas (Australia) 57.27
South Africa Ryk Neethling (South Africa) 51.90 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 57.58
Ukraine Andriy Serdinov (Ukraine) 51.66 #4: Stockholm Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 56.90
Germany Thomas Rupprath (Germany) 50.79 #5: Berlin Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 56.93
Russia Nikolay Skvortsov (Russia) 51.42 #6: Moscow Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 58.54
United States Ben Michaelson (USA) 51.42 #7: New York Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia)
United States Jenny Thompson (USA)
57.87
Germany Johannes Dietrich (Germany) 52.39 #8: Rio de Janeiro Sweden Johanna Sjöberg (Sweden) 58.33

200 Butterfly[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: James Hickman, GBR
Time
1:51.76
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Susie O'Neill, AUS
Time
2:04.16
United States Kellan O'Connor (USA) 1:57.97 #1: Daejeon South Korea Park Kyung-Hwa (South Korea) 2:11.82
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 1:52.27 #2: Melbourne Australia Petria Thomas (Australia) 2:06.71
China WU Peng (China) 1:56.09 #3: Durban China XU Yanwei (China) 2:07.79
Japan Takeshi Matsuda (Japan) 1:53.67 #4: Stockholm Australia Petria Thomas (Australia) 2:08.16
Romania Ioan Gherghel (Romania) 1:53.94 #5: Berlin China YANG Yu (China) 2:04.04 WR
Russia Nikolay Skvortsov (Russia) 1:54.21 #6: Moscow Russia Ekaterina Vinogradova (Russia) 2:11.40
United States Michael Raab (USA) 1:56.28 #7: New York United States Georgina Lee (USA) 2:08.03
Romania Ioan Gherghel (Romania) 1:55.64 #8: Rio de Janeiro Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:09.50

100 Individual Medley[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Thomas Rupprath, GER
Time
52.58
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Natalie Coughlin, USA
Time
58.80
Germany Stefan Herbst (Germany) 54.89 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 1:03.25
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 53.30 #2: Melbourne Australia Brooke Hanson (Australia) 1:00.47
Ukraine Oleg Lisogor (Ukraine) 55.09 #3: Durban Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 1:01.63
Japan Kosuke Kitajima (Japan) 53.71 #4: Stockholm Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 1:00.32
Germany Marco di Carli (Germany) 54.33 #5: Berlin Slovakia Martina Moravcová (Slovakia) 1:00.68
Belarus Dzianis Silkou (Belarus) 55.73 #6: Moscow Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 1:02.36
United States Neil Walker (USA) 53.67 #7: New York United States Gabrielle Rose (USA) 1:00.54
Trinidad and Tobago George Bovell (Trinidad & Tobago) 54.35 #8: Rio de Janeiro United States Amanda Beard (USA) 1:01.85

200 Individual Medley[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Jani Sievinen, FIN
Time
1:55.44
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Yana Klochkova, UKR
Time
2:08.44
Slovenia Peter Mankoč (Slovenia) 1:58.90 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:14.49
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 1:54.85 WC #2: Melbourne United States Amanda Beard (USA) 2:09.48
Brazil Lucas Salatta (Brazil) 1:58.68 #3: Durban China ZHANG Tianyi (China) 2:12.03
Japan Kosuke Kitajima (Japan) 1:56.68 #4: Stockholm China ZHOU Yafei (China) 2:11.05
Canada Brian Johns (Canada) 1:56.09 #5: Berlin China YANG Yu (China) 2:10.01
China LIU Veijia (China) 2:00.19 #6: Moscow Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:11.08
Slovenia Peter Mankoč (Slovenia) 1:59.21 #7: New York Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:09.79
Trinidad and Tobago George Bovell (Trinidad & Tobago) 1:57.57 #8: Rio de Janeiro Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 2:09.75

400 Individual Medley[edit]

Men Meet Women
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Marcel Wouda, NED
Time
4:05.41
Winner (Nationality)
WC: Yana Klochkova, UKR
Time
4:27.83
South Korea Han Kyu-Chul (South Korea) 4:14.02 #1: Daejeon Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 4:43.40
United States Michael Phelps (USA) 4:06.28 #2: Melbourne Australia Jennifer Reilly (Australia) 4:37.27
Brazil Thiago Pereira (Brazil) 4:10.93 #3: Durban China ZHANG Tianyi (China) 4:38.19
Canada Brian Johns (Canada) 4:09.92 #4: Stockholm China ZHOU Yafei (China) 4:35.46
Italy Alessio Boggiatto (Italy) 4:06.37 #5: Berlin China ZHOU Yafei (China) 4:34.85
Russia Aleksey Kovrigin (Russia) 4:13.44 #6: Moscow Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 4:39.34
United States Chad Carvin (USA) 4:11.78 #7: New York Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 4:33.58
Germany Christian Keller (Germany) 4:15.40 #8: Rio de Janeiro Ukraine Yana Klochkova (Ukraine) 4:38.15

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