Swimming at the 1975 Pan American Games

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The Swimming competition at the 7th Pan American Games was held in Mexico City, Mexico during the Games' run in 1975. It consisted of 29 long course (50m) events: 15 for males and 14 for females.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100m freestyle
  details
Richard Abbott
  United States USA
51.96 Jack Babashoff
  United States USA
52.26 Bruce Robertson
  Canada Canada
53.44
200m freestyle
  details
Jorge Delgado
  Ecuador Ecuador
1:55.45 Rick DeMont
  United States USA
1:55.96 Rex Favero
  United States USA
1:57.08
400m freestyle
  details
Douglas Northway
  United States USA
4:00.51 Bobby Hackett
  United States USA
4:03.38 Djan Madruga
  Brazil Brazil
4:06.83
1500m freestyle
  details
Bobby Hackett
  United States USA
15:53.10 Paul Hartloff
  United States USA
15:57.32 Djan Madruga
  Brazil Brazil
16:30.08
100m backstroke
  details
Peter Rocca
  United States USA
58.31 Bob Jackson
  United States USA
58.90 Rômulo Arantes
  Brazil Brazil
59.16
200m backstroke
  details
Dan Harrigan
  United States USA
2:06.69 Mike Scarth
  Canada Canada
2:09.20 Bob Jackson
  United States USA
2:10.18
100 m breaststroke
  details
Rick Colella
  United States USA
1:06.28 Lawrence Dowler
  United States USA
1:06.61 José Fiolo
  Brazil Brazil
1:08.12
200m breaststroke
  details
Rick Colella
  United States USA
2:24.00 Dave Heinbuch
  Canada Canada
2:28.96 Gustavo Lozano
  Mexico Mexico
2:29.28
100m butterfly
  details
Mike Curington
  United States USA
56.09 Greg Jagenburg
  United States USA
56.13 Bruce Robertson
  Canada CAN
56.80
200m butterfly
  details
Greg Jagenburg
  United States USA
2:03.42 Steve Gregg
  United States USA
2:04.06 Jorge Delgado
  Ecuador Ecuador
2:05.11
200m I.M.
  details
Steve Furniss
  United States USA
2:09.77 Mike Curington
  United States USA
2:10.17 Bill Sawchuk
  Canada Canada
2:11.63
400m I.M.
  details
Steve Furniss
  United States USA
4:40.38 GR Rick Colella
  United States USA
4:40.91 Ricardo Marmolejo
  Mexico Mexico
4:43.87
4×100m
  Free Relay
  details
United States USA
  Jack Babashoff
  Alan Ruby
  Mike Grattan
  Richard Abbott
3:27.67 Canada Canada
  Bruce Robertson
  Gary MacDonald
  Michael Bloahdal
  Steve Hardy
3:36.24 Mexico Mexico
  Guillermo García
  Eduardo Pérez
  Jorge Necochea
  Ricardo Sasser
3:39.17
4×200m
  Free Relay
  details
United States USA
  Rick DeMont
  Rex Favero
  Brad Horner
  Michael Curington
7:50.96 Canada Canada
  Steve Hardy
  Michael Bloahdal
  Daryl Skilling
  Bruce Robertson
8:00.91 Brazil Brazil
  Djan Madruga
  José Namorado
  Paul Jovanneau
  Rômulo Arantes
8:02.36
4×100m
  Medley Relay
  details
United States USA
  Peter Rocca
  Rick Colella
  Michael Curington
  Jack Babashoff
3:53.81 Canada Canada
  Michael Scarth
  Camil Chevalier
  Bruce Robertson
  Gary MacDonald
3:58.95 Brazil Brazil
  Akcel de Godoy
  José Namorado
  Rômulo Arantes
  José Fiolo
3:59.05

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100m freestyle
  details
Kim Peyton
  United States USA
58.24 Jill Sterkel
  United States USA
58.57 Jill Quirk
  Canada Canada
58.92
200m freestyle
  details
Kim Peyton
  United States USA
2:04.57 GR Gail Amundrud
  Canada Canada
2:05.87 Anne Jardin
  Canada Canada
2:07.68
400m freestyle
  details
Kathy Heddy
  United States USA
4:23.00 GR Kathie Wickstrand
  United States USA
4:27.66 Michele Oliver
  Canada Canada
4:30.20
800m freestyle
  details
Wendy Weinberg
  United States USA
9:05.57 Mary Montgomery
  United States USA
9:06.70 Janice Stenhouse
  Canada Canada
9:17.87
100m backstroke
  details
Lynn Chénard
  Canada Canada
1:06.59 GR Rosemary Boone
  United States USA
1:07.18 Jenny Kemp
  United States USA
1:07.29
200m backstroke
  details
Donna Wennerstrom
  United States USA
2:19.93 GR Lynn Chénard
  Canada Canada
2:21.26 Cheryl Gibson
  Canada Canada
2:22.68
100m breaststroke
  details
Lauri Siering
  United States USA
1:15.17 Marcia Morey
  United States USA
1:16.25 Marion Stuart
  Canada Canada
1:16.40
200m breaststroke
  details
Lauri Siering
  United States USA
2:42.35 Joann Baker
  Canada Canada
2:42.96 Marcia Morey
  United States USA
2:45.58
100m butterfly
  details
Camille Wright
  United States USA
1:02.71 Peggy Tosdal
  United States USA
1:03.37 Wendy Quirk
  Canada Canada
1:05.07
200 m butterfly
  details
Camille Wright
  United States USA
2:18.57 Cheryl Gibson
  Canada Canada
2:21.95 Rosemary Ribeiro
  Brazil Brazil
2:22.47
200m I.M.
  details
Kathy Heddy
  United States USA
2:22.22 Jennie Franks
  United States USA
2:23.37 Cheryl Gibson
  Canada Canada
2:24.22
400m I.M.
  details
Kathy Heddy
  United States USA
5:06.05 Cheryl Gibson
  Canada Canada
5:06.87 Jennie Franks
  United States USA
5:08.68
4×100m
  Freestyle Relay
  details
United States USA
  Kathy Heddy
  Bonnee Brown
  Jill Sterkel
  Kim Peyton
3:53.31 Canada Canada
  Gail Amundrud
  Anne Jardin
  Wendy Quirk
  Janice Stenhouse
3:54.95 Brazil Brazil
  Christiane Paquelet
  Lucy Burle
  Maria Guimarães
  Rosemary Ribeiro
4:12.20
4×100m
  Medley Relay
  details
United States USA
  Rosemary Bonne
  Marcia Morey
  Camille Wright
  Kim Peyton
4:22.34 Canada Canada
  Lynn Chenard
  Joanne Baker
  Wendy Quirk
  Jill Quirk
4:24.84 Brazil Brazil
  Christiane Paquelet
  Cristina Teixeira
  Flávia Nadalutti
  Lucy Burle
4:37.67

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 27 17 5 49
2 Canada 1 12 11 24
3 Ecuador 1 0 1 2
4 Brazil 0 0 9 9
5 Mexico 0 0 3 3

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ Hickoksports
  2. ^ Resultados
  3. ^ All Pan medalists - Male
  4. ^ All Pan medalists - Female
  5. ^ Pan American Games - Swimming and Diving page, from gbrathletics.com; retrieved 2012-04-15.
  6. ^ Brazil medals at 1975 Pan
  7. ^ Odir Cunha (2007). Heróis da América - História Completa dos Jogos Pan-Americanos. Editora Planeta. ISBN 8576652803. 
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