2010 Oceania Swimming Championships

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The 8th Oceania Swimming Championships were held 21–26 June 2010, at the Tuanaimato Aquatic Centre in Apia, Samoa.[1][2] It was the eight edition of the biennial championships, and featured competition in swimming, open water swimming and synchronized swimming.[3] The open water events were swum in the waters off Faleasiu.

Participating countries[edit]

Countries with confirmed teams[3] for the 2010 Oceania Swimming Championships were:

Event Schedule[edit]

Date Monday
21 June
Tuesday
22 June
Wednesday
23 June
Thursday
24 June
Friday
25 June
Saturday
26 June
S
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50 fly
200 free
100 back
200 fly
1500 free (men)
50 back
100 free
100 breast
400 IM
4×200 free relay
50 breast
400 free
100 fly
200 back
4×100 free relay
800 free (women)
200 IM
50 free
200 breast
4×100 medley relay
Open
Water
5K 10K
Synchro Noon-5 pm Noon-5 pm Noon-5 pm Noon-5 pm

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle James Roberts
  Australia Australia
22.95 Hamish Rose
  Australia Australia
23.09 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
23.49
100 m freestyle Luke Kerswell
  Australia Australia
50.64 James Roberts
  Australia Australia
50.75 Andrew McMillan
  New Zealand New Zealand
51.16
200 m freestyle Andrew McMillan
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:50.74 Matthew Terry
  Australia Australia
1:51.79 Jarrod Killey
  Australia Australia
1:52.88
400 m freestyle Matthew Terry
  Australia Australia
3:53.59 Jarrod Killey
  Australia Australia
3:59.67 Dylan Dunlop-Barrett
  New Zealand New Zealand
3:59.99
1500 m freestyle Dylan Dunlop-Barrett
  New Zealand New Zealand
15:43.02 Terry Matthew
  Australia Australia
15:45.04 Ryan Phillip
  Australia Australia
16:22.84
50 m backstroke Braiden Camm
  Australia Australia
26.47 Bobby Jovanovich
  Australia Australia
27.11 Daren Choi
  Hawaii Hawaii
27.31
100 m backstroke Braiden Camm
  Australia Australia
56.37 Bobby Jovanovich
  Australia Australia
58.09 Daren Choi
  Hawaii Hawaii
58.15
200 m backstroke[7] Braiden Camm
  Australia Australia
2:01.88 Mitch Larkin
  Australia Australia
2:03.03 Daren Choi
  Hawaii Hawaii
2:11.58
50 m breaststroke[8] Amini Fonua
  Tonga Tonga
28.57 Nick Ferrif
  New Zealand New Zealand
28.64 Luke Westgaard
  New Zealand New Zealand
29.69
100 m breaststroke[9] Nick Ferrif
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:02.79 Jeremy Meyer
  Australia Australia
1:03.37 Amini Fonua
  Tonga Tonga
1:03.49
200 m breaststroke Jeremy Meyer
  Australia Australia
2:15.27
CR
Thomas Dahlia
  New Caledonia New Caledonia
2:17.16 Luke Westgaard
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:21.01
50 m butterfly[10] Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
24.64 James Roberts
  Australia Australia
24.98 Amini Fonua
  Tonga Tonga
25.02
100 m butterfly Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
53.98 Grant Irvine
  Australia Australia
54.19 Andrew McMillan
  New Zealand New Zealand
54.47
200 m butterfly Andrew McMillan
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:00.02 Shaun Burnett
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:01.14 Grant Irvine
  Australia Australia
2:01.76
200 m individual medley Mitch Larkin
  Australia Australia
2:04.14 Steven Kent
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:05.95 Jarrod Killey
  Australia Australia
2:07.72
400 m individual medley Mitch Larkin
  Australia Australia
4:22.17
CR
Steven Kent
  New Zealand New Zealand
4:37.22 Kacy Johnson
  Hawaii Hawaii
4:37.88
4×100 m freestyle relay Australia Australia
  Hamish Rose,
  James Roberts,
  Jarrod Killey,
  Luke Kerswell
3:23.79 New Zealand New Zealand
  Andrew McMillan,
  Steven Kent,
  Matthew Stanley,
  Shaun Burnett
3:30.32 New Caledonia New Caledonia
  Thomas Dahlia,
  Rudy Bernard,
  Bryan Spitz,
  Thomas Chacun
3:33.22
4×200 m freestyle relay Australia Australia 7:28.61 New Zealand New Zealand 7:32.97 New Caledonia New Caledonia 7:53.07
4×100 m medley relay Australia Australia
  Braiden Camm,
  Jeremy Meyer,
  Grant Irvine,
  Luke Kerswell
3:43.97 New Zealand New Zealand
  Dylan Dunlop-Barrett,
  Nick Ferrif,
  Shaun Burnett,
  Andrew McMillan
3:49.55 New Caledonia New Caledonia
  Bryan Spitz,
  Thomas Dahlia,
  Thomas Chacun,
  Rudy Bernard
3:55.23
5k open water Jarrod Killey
  Australia Australia
58.13 Codie Grimsey
  Australia Australia
58.15 Philip Ryan
  New Zealand New Zealand
58.18
10k open water Codie Grimsey
  Australia Australia
2:05:19.71 Philip Ryan
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:07:05.74 Kacy Johnson
  Hawaii Hawaii
2:14:34.25

Legend: CRChampionship record

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Amy Allen
  Australia Australia
26.25 Hannah Saunders
  New Zealand New Zealand
26.36 Amelia Evatt-Davey
  Australia Australia
26.53
100 m freestyle Amelia Evatt‑Davey
  Australia Australia
56.16 Jade Neilsen
  Australia Australia
57.03 Hannah Saunders
  New Zealand New Zealand
57.29
200 m freestyle Amelia Evatt-Davey
  Australia Australia
2:01.21 Amy Allen
  Australia Australia
2:02.65 Samantha Lucie-Smith
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:03.26
400 m freestyle Jade Neilsen
  Australia Australia
4:17.44 Tiffany Papaemanouil
  Australia Australia
4:17.61 Samantha Lucie-Smith
  New Zealand New Zealand
4:20.60
800 m freestyle[11] Amy Allen
  Australia Australia
8:46.53 Belinda Bennett
  Australia Australia
8:48.75 Samantha Lucie-Smith
  New Zealand New Zealand
8:57.62
50 m backstroke Whitney Ireland
  Australia Australia
29.70 Laura Quilter
  New Zealand New Zealand
29.84 Jenni O'Neil
  Australia Australia
29.99
100 m backstroke Jenni O'Neil
  Australia Australia
1:02.47 Jessie Blundell
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:02.67 Sophia Batchelor
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:02.79
200 m backstroke Sophia Batchelor
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:11.94 Jenni O'Neil
  Australia Australia
2:12.15 Jessie Blundell
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:15.64
50 m breaststroke Rebecca Kemp
  Australia Australia
32.30 Tiffany Papaemanouil
  Australia Australia
33.82 Simsara Rouan
  New Caledonia New Caledonia
36.26
100 m breaststroke Rebecca Kemp
  Australia Australia
1:08.86
CR
Grace Francis
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:12.07 Pilar Shimizu
  Guam Guam
1:18.82
200 m breaststroke Rebecca Kemp
  Australia Australia
2:26.63
CR
Grace Francis
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:34.40 Marona Bong
  New Caledonia New Caledonia
2:52.99
50 m butterfly Samantha Lee
  New Zealand New Zealand
27.69 Madeline Groves
  Australia Australia
27.86 Amy Smith
  Australia Australia
28.09
100 m butterfly Madeline Groves
  Australia Australia
1:00.11 Amy Smith
  Australia Australia
1:00.88 Samantha Lee
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:01.32
200 m butterfly Madeline Groves
  Australia Australia
2:12.49 Amy Smith
  Australia Australia
2:12.98 Charlotte Webby
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:15.47
200 m individual medley Grace Francis
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:15.89 Jenni O'Neil
  Australia Australia
2:17.27 Tiffany Papaemanouil
  Australia Australia
2:20.36
400 m individual medley Tiffany Papaemanouil
  Australia Australia
4:56.19 Samantha Lucie-Smith
  New Zealand New Zealand
5:02.24 Summer Harrison
  Hawaii Hawaii
5:12.73
4×100 m freestyle relay Australia Australia
  Amelia Evatt-Davey,
  Amy Allen,
  Jade Neilsen,
  Jenni O'Neil
3:47.48 New Zealand New Zealand
  Hannah Saunders,
  Lisa Pankhurst,
  Samantha Lucie-Smith,
  Sophia Batchelor
3:51.10 Hawaii Hawaii
  Summer Harrison,
  Jasmine Mau,
  Samantha Moody,
  Rachel Fujitta
4:07.46
4×200 m freestyle relay Australia Australia 8:18.58 New Zealand New Zealand 8:36.06 Hawaii Hawaii 8:53.29
4×100 m medley relay Australia Australia
  Jenni O'Neil,
  Rebecca Kemp,
  Madeline Groves,
  Amelia Evatt-Davey
4:08.92
CR
New Zealand New Zealand
  Renee Stothard,
  Grace Francis,
  Charlotte Webby,
  Hannah Saunders
4:18.54 Hawaii Hawaii
  Anu Nihipali,
  Summer Harrison,
  Samantha Moody,
  Jasmine Mau
4:40.72
5k open water Belinda Bennett
  Australia Australia
1:00.22 Brooke Wilson
  Australia Australia
1:03.15 Jasmine Mau
  Hawaii Hawaii
1:08.20
10k open water Belinda Bennett
  Australia Australia
2:17:18.24 Brooke Wilson
  Australia Australia
2:17:19.27 Laurene Gosse
  New Caledonia New Caledonia
2:35:30.89

Legend: CRChampionship record

Overall medal table[edit]

Medal standings for the Swimming and Open Water competitions are:

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Australia Australia 32 24 8 66
2 New Zealand New Zealand 7 17 13 37
3 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea 2 - 1 3
4 Tonga Tonga 1 - 2 3
5 New Caledonia New Caledonia - 1 7 8
6 Hawaii Hawaii - - 10 10
7 Guam Guam - - 1 1
8 Cook Islands Cook Islands - - - 0
8 Fiji Fiji - - - 0
8 Marshall Islands Marshall Islands - - - 0
8 Palau Palau - - - 0
8 Samoa Samoa - - - 0
Total 42 42 42 126

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oceania Swimming Championships 2010 website. Retrieved 2010-06-24.
  2. ^ 2010 Oceania Swimming and Open Water Championships subpage of the Swimming New Zealand website; retrieved 2010-04-.05.
  3. ^ a b Final Report on the 2010 Oceania Championships published by the Samoa Swimming Federation in May 2010; retrieved from the Oceania Swimming Association website on 2010-06-18.
  4. ^ Rising stars head to Samoa for Oceania Championships published by Swimming Australia on 2010-06-18, retrieved 2010-06-21.
  5. ^ New Zealand team heads to Samoa for Oceania Championships published by Swimming New Zealand on 2010-06-19, retrieved 2010-06-21.
  6. ^ Seven aim for victory by Rosalia Setefano for the Samoa Observer. Published 2010-06-19, retrieved 2010-06-22.
  7. ^ In the Men's 200 m backstroke event, Australia's Bobby Jovanovich placed third the event in a time of 2:07.96 but was unable to claim the bronze medal due the Oceania Championship rule that states that a single country can only claim the first two medals in any single event.
  8. ^ In the Men's 50 m breaststroke event, Tonga's Amini Fonua won the event in a time of 28.57 but FINA regulations were unclear as to his eligibility. As of September 2010, Fonua was eligible to compete for Tonga at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
  9. ^ In the Men's 100 m breaststroke event, Tonga's Fonua Amini placed third the event in a time of 1:03.49 but FINA regulations were unclear as to his eligibility. As of September 2010, Fonua was eligible to compete for Tonga at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
  10. ^ In the Men's 50 m butterfly event, Tonga's Amini Fonua claimed third in the event in a time of 25.02 but FINA regulations were unclear as to his eligibility. As of September 2010, Fonua was eligible to compete for Tonga at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
  11. ^ In the Women's 800 m freestyle event, Australia's Jessica Ashwood placed third the event in a time of 8:54.79 but was unable to claim the bronze medal due the Oceania Championship rule that states that a single country can only claim the first two medals in any single event.