|World Championships (LC)|
|2001 Fukuoka||4x200m Freestyle|
|Pan Pacific Championships|
|1995 Atlanta||4x100m freestyle|
|1997 Catania||400m Freestyle|
|1997 Catania||800m Freestyle|
Eri Yamanoi (山野井 絵理? Yamanoi Eri, born September 12, 1978 in Ibaraki) is a former freestyle swimmer from Japan, who competed for her native country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. There she finished in fourth place in the 4 × 200 m freestyle relay, alongside Aiko Miyake, Naoko Imoto, and Suzu Chiba.
On her individual starts, in the 400m freestyle, she ended up in 7th place, clocking 4:11.68 in the final; and in tenth place in the 800m freestyle with a time of 8:40.47 (preliminary heats). A year later, Yamanoi won the gold medal in the 400 free at the Summer Universiade. In 1998, she finished third in the 800m freestyle at the Asian Games in Bangkok, Thailand.
- http://www.joc.or.jp/past%5Fgames/atlanta/athlete/swimming/yamanoi.html Japanese Olympic Committee
- http://www.sadec.com/Asiad98/event29.html Asian Games results
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