2012 Oceania Swimming Championships

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The 9th Oceania Swimming Championships were May 28-June 3, 2012 in Nouméa, New Caledonia. The Championships featured competition in Swimming, Open Water Swimming and Synchronized Swimming. Swimming was held at the CARD Guy Verlaguet pool in Dumbéa, Synchro was held at a pool in Ouen-Toro park, and the Open Water races were swum in the waters off Baie des Citrons (5K) and Anse-Vata (10K).[1]

The 2012 edition marks the third time that Nouméa has hosted the event, after hosting in 1993 and 2002.

Participating nations[edit]

14 nations and 2 affiliated members of the Oceania Swimming Association participated in the Championships:[2] (Note: Number listed is Swimming team sizes, unless otherwise referenced.)

Competition schedule[edit]

Date Monday
28 May
Tuesday
29 May
Wednesday
30 May
Thursday
31 May
Friday
1 June
Saturday
2 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 Solo technique
Duet technique
Figures (juniors)
Solo free Duet free

Results[edit]

Swimming[edit]

A total of 40 swimming events were contested in a long course (50m) pool. Similar to other international competitions, each nation was allowed to have only 2 swimmers advance through to a final in any individual event (additional swimmers could advance into the B final, or empty lanes, put were considered exhibition). In the relay events it was one medal per country. So, for example, if New Zealand 'A' finishes first, Australia 'A' finishes second, New Zealand 'B' finishes third and New Caledonia finishes fourth, New Caledonia would be awarded the bronze medal.

Key

  • CR - Championship record
  • NR - National record

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle Kyle Richardson
  Australia Australia
22.83
CR
Cameron Simpson
  New Zealand New Zealand
23.18 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
23.56
100m freestyle Kenneth To
  Australia Australia
50.08 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
51.28 Daniel Lester
  Australia Australia
51.53
200m freestyle Kenneth To
  Australia Australia
1:50.32 Thomas Dahlia
  France New Caledonia
1:54.76 Ewan Jackson
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:55.70
400m freestyle Declan Potts
  Australia Australia
3:55.23 Trent Grimsey
  Australia Australia
4:01.68 Isaac Foote
  New Zealand New Zealand
4:01.69
1500m freestyle Jarrod Poort
  Australia Australia
15:30.68 Trent Grimsey
  Australia Australia
15:32.39 Isaac Foote
  New Zealand New Zealand
16:01.21
50m backstroke Ben Edmonds
 Australia
26.54 Kurt Crosland
 New Zealand
26.72 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
26.95
100m backstroke Kurt Crosland
 New Zealand
56.52 Ben Edmonds
 Australia
57.15 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
58.43
200m backstroke Ben Edmonds
 Australia
2:03.12 Kurt Crosland
 New Zealand
2:03.40 Benjamin Gillies
 New Zealand
2:04.90
50m breaststroke Amini Fonua
  Tonga Tonga
28.80 Nikolas Pregelj
  Australia Australia
29.29 Nicholas Schafer
  Australia Australia
29.74
100m breaststroke Thomas Dahlia
  France New Caledonia
1:03.27 Nicholas Schafer
  Australia Australia
1:03.29 Nikolas Pregelj
  Australia Australia
1:04.02
200m breaststroke Nicholas Schafer
  Australia Australia
2:16.67 Thomas Dahlia
  France New Caledonia
2:16.70 Nikolas Pregelj
  Australia Australia
2:18.19
50m butterfly Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
24.41 Daniel Lester
  Australia Australia
24.45 Amini Fonua
  Tonga Tonga
24.93
100m butterfly Daniel Lester
  Australia Australia
53.45 Kenneth To
  Australia Australia
53.74 Ryan Pini
  Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
53.87
200m butterfly Declan Potts
  Australia Australia
1:59.06 Daniel Lester
  Australia Australia
2:02.32 Alan Botrel
  France New Caledonia
2:14.29
200m I.M. Kenneth To
 Australia
2:01.35 CR Daniel Lester
 Australia
2:05.25 Carsten Corazza
 New Zealand
2:06.27
400m I.M. Carsten Corazza
 New Zealand
4:26.02 Kenneth To
 Australia
4:30.35 Matthew Glassford
 New Zealand
4:36.55
4 × 100 m
  free relay
 Australia
  Kyle Richardson (49.83)
  Kenneth To (49.56))
  Daniel Lester (53.20)
  Declan Potts (52.12)
3:24.71  New Zealand
  Ewan Jackson (53.33)
  Kurt Crosland (54.51)
  Carsten Corazza (51.94)
  Cameron Simpson (52.14)
3:31.92  New Caledonia
  Benoit Riviere (54.46)
  Julien Monot (?)
  Hugo Lemerre-Desprez (?)
  Thomas Dahlia (?)
3:35.87
4 × 200 m
  free relay
 Australia
  Declan Potts (1:52.05)
  Kyle Richardson (1:52.43)
  Kenneth To (1:52.59)
  Rhys Mainstone (1:57.69)
7:34.76  New Zealand
  Ewan Jackson (1:54.57)
  Carsten Corazza (1:53.34)
  Isaac Foote (1:57.90)
  Troy Balvert (1:59.56)
7:45.37  New Caledonia
  Thomas Dahlia (1:56.99)
  Benoit Riviere (2:02.00)
  Emmanuel Limozin (2:00.77)
  Léo Cherriffa (2:00.71)
8:00.47
4 × 100 m
  medley relay
 Australia
  Ben Edmonds,
  Nicholas Schafer,
  Daniel Lester,
  Kyle Richardson
3:44.88  New Zealand
  Kurt Crosland,
  Matthew Glassford,
  Carsten Corazza,
  Cameron Simpson
3:49.60  New Caledonia
  Arthur Funfschilling,
  Thomas Dahlia,
  Alan Botrel,
  Benoit Riviere
4:03.13

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle Ami Matsuo
  Australia Australia
26.00 Nicole Mee
  Australia Australia
26.82 Armelle Hidrio
  France New Caledonia
27.02
100m freestyle Ami Matsuo
  Australia Australia
56.17 Amy Levings
  Australia Australia
57.62 Emma Terebo
  France New Caledonia
58.50
200m freestyle Ami Matsuo
  Australia Australia
2:02.67 Maëva Parayre
  France New Caledonia
2:10.57 Matelita Buadromo
  Fiji Fiji
2:10.82
400m freestyle Amy Levings
  Australia Australia
4:16.50 Emily Seymour
  Australia Australia
4:32.12 Lena Hayakawa
  Hawaii Hawaii
4:40.13
800m freestyle Jordan White
  Australia Australia
8:48.99 Leah Cutting
  Australia Australia
9:00.23 Lena Hayakawa
  Hawaii Hawaii
9:40.75
50m backstroke Grace Loh
  Australia Australia
29.65 Jordan White
  Australia Australia
30.39 Emma Terebo
  France New Caledonia
30.80
100m backstroke Mikkayla Sheridan
  Australia Australia
1:03.45 Grace Loh
  Australia Australia
1:03.63 Emma Terebo
  France New Caledonia
1:05.70
200m backstroke Mikkayla Sheridan
  Australia Australia
2:14.06 Jordan White
  Australia Australia
2:15.30 Emma Terebo
  France New Caledonia
2:23.85
50m breaststroke Lorna Tonks
  Australia Australia
31.66 CR Jessican Hansen
  Australia Australia
33.13 Pilar Shimizu
  Guam Guam
34.45
100m breaststroke Lorna Tonks
  Australia Australia
1:08.24 CR Jessican Hansen
  Australia Australia
1:10.32 Pilar Shimizu
  Guam Guam
1:16.19
200m breaststroke Jessican Hansen
  Australia Australia
2:32.57 Lorna Tonks
  Australia Australia
2:36.86 Lena Hayakawa
  Hawaii Hawaii
2:46.92
50m butterfly Nicole Mee
  Australia Australia
27.67 Lorna Tonks
  Australia Australia
28.23 Armelle Hidrio
  France New Caledonia
28.67
100m butterfly Nicole Mee
  Australia Australia
1:01.41 Lorna Tonks
  Australia Australia
1:01.61 Yasmine Ware
  Hawaii Hawaii
1:06.35
200m butterfly Jordan White
  Australia Australia
2:13.83 Nicole Mee
  Australia Australia
2:13.85 Lena Hayakawa
  Hawaii Hawaii
2:31.96
200m I.M. Amy Levings
  Australia Australia
2:18.91 Mikkayla Sheridan
  Australia Australia
2:18.97 Aja Grande
  Hawaii Hawaii
2:26.54
400m I.M. Amy Levings
  Australia Australia
4:51.37 Leah Cutting
  Australia Australia
4:56.93 Yasmine Ware
  Hawaii Hawaii
5:23.77
4 × 100 m
  free relay
 Australia
  Ami Matsuo (56.59)
  Jordan White (58.62)
  Mikkayla Sheridan (56.88)
  Amy Levings (57.31)
3:49.40  New Caledonia
  Maëva Parayre (1:00.77)
  Armelle Hidrio (59.35)
  Delphine Bui Duyet (1:01.34)
  Emma Terbro (58.71)
4:00.17  Hawaii
  Yasmine Ware (1:01.02)
  Aja Grande (1:00.44)
  Bryee Nihipali (1:04.70)
  Lena Hayakawa (1:01.70)
4:07.86
4 × 200 m
  freestyle relay
 Australia
  Amy Levings (2:05.70)
  Mikkayla Sheridan (2:04.02)
  Jordan White (2:07.10)
  Ami Matsuo (2:06.06)
8:22.88  New Caledonia
  Emma Terbro (2:10.87)
  Armelle Hidrio (2:17.99)
  Delphine Bui Duyet (2:12.44)
  Maëva Parayre (2:13.55)
8:54.85  Hawaii
  Aja Grande (2:16.93)
  Lena Hayakawa (2:14.99)
  Bryee Nihipali (2:28.46)
  Yasmine Ware (2:18.76)
9:19.14
4 × 100 m
  medley relay
 Australia
  Mikkayla Sheridan,
  Lorna Tonks,
  Nicole Mee,
  Ami Matsuo
4:15.09  Hawaii
  Bryee Nihipali,
  Lena Hayakawa,
  Yasmine Ware,
  Aja Grande
4:33.75  New Caledonia
  Emma Terebo,
  Lauriane Santa,
  Maëva Parayre,
  Armelle Hidrio
4:35.79

Mixed event[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×100 m freestyle relay  Australia
Declan Potts (53.22)
Amy Levings (58.22)
Grace Loh (1:00.60)
Ben Edmonds (53.64)
3:45.68  New Caledonia
Alix Barrois (1:03.92)
Léo Cherriffa (57.98)
Déborah Cronsteadt (1:04.75)
Hugo Lemerre-Desprez (55.55)
4:02.20  New Caledonia
Julie Rouam-Sim (1:03.83)
Arthur Funfschilling (56.35)
Adele Simon (1:05.13)
Marcus Meozzi (56.98)
4:02.29
4×100 m medley relay  Australia
Grace Loh (1:04.86)
Nikolas Pregelj (1:03.68)
Daniel Lester (55.55)
Ami Matsuo (57.70)
4:01.79  New Caledonia
Nicolas Oswald (1:05.15)
Maroma Bong (1:17.55)
Adele Simon (1:09.43)
Hugo Lemerre-Desprez (54.49)
4:26.62  New Caledonia
Emmanuel Limozin (1:04.55)
Lauriane Santa (1:18.35)
Théo Jambet (1:00.62)
Julie Rouam-Sim (1:03.57)
4:27.09

Open Water Swimming[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5K[4] Rhys Mainstone
  Australia Australia
57:05.60 Trent Grimsey
  Australia Australia
57:10.94 Isaac Foote
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:01:38.12
10K[5] Trent Grimsey
  Australia Australia
1:58:13.00 Rhys Mainstone
  Australia Australia
2:00:41.00 Troy Balvert
  New Zealand New Zealand
2:02:30.00

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5K[4] Leah Cutting
  Australia Australia
1:03:25.21 Emily Seymour
  Australia Australia
1:04:13.95 Charlotte Robin
  France New Caledonia
1:09:02.09
10K[5] Melissa Gorman
  Australia Australia
2:01:46.00 Emily Seymour
  Australia Australia
2:10:56.00 Charlotte Robin
  France New Caledonia
2:25:30.00

Synchronized Swimming[edit]

Medal Tally[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 35 25 4 64
2  New Zealand 2 6 5 13
3 New Caledonia New Caledonia 1 7 14 22
4  Papua New Guinea 1 1 4 6
5  Tonga 1 - 1 2
6  Hawaii - 1 9 10
7  Guam - - 2 2
8  Fiji - - 1 1
Total 0 0 0 0

Note: Swimming-only currently listed (Australia with 64 total).

Records broken[edit]

Championship records[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (French) Programme officiel des compétitions (trans: Official competition program) for the 9th Oceania Swimming Championships. Retrieved from the website of the New Caledonia Regional Swimming Committee (the sub-entity of the French Swimming Federation which oversees swimming in New Caledonia) on 2012-05-29.
  2. ^ (French) Liste des structures présentes (trans= Participating nations) for the 2012 Oceania Championships. Published by the French Swimming Federation; retrieved 2012-05-29.
  3. ^ Oceania Championships Team posted by Fiji Swimming on 2012-05-22; retrieved 2012-05-30.
  4. ^ a b Results: 5K from the 2012 Oceania Swimming Championships. Published by FFN on 2012-05-28; retrieved 2012-06-05.
  5. ^ a b Results: 10K from the 2012 Oceania Swimming Championships. Published by FFN on 2012-06-02; retrieved 2012-06-05.