Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Women's 100 metre freestyle

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Swimming events at the
1988 Summer Olympics
Swimming pictogram.svg
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The women's 100 freestyle at the 1988 Summer Olympics was contested on 18 September (prelims) and 19 September (finals).[1]

Records[edit]

The existing World and Olympic records at the time of the event were:

World record  Kristin Otto (GDR) 54.73 Madrid, Spain 19 August 1986
Olympic record  Barbara Krause (GDR) 54.79 Moscow, USSR 21 July 1980

Finals[edit]

A Final[edit]

Place Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Kristin Otto  East Germany 54.93
2 Zhuang Yong  China 55.47
3 Catherine Plewinski  France 55.49
4th Manuela Stellmach  East Germany 55.52
5th Silvia Poll  Costa Rica 55.90
6th Karin Brienesse  Netherlands 56.15
7th Dara Torres  United States 56.25
8th Conny van Bentum  Netherlands 56.54

B Final[edit]

Place Name Nationality Time Notes
9th Natalia Trefilova  Soviet Union 56.48
10th Ayako Nakano  Japan 56.72
11th Liliana Dobrescu  Romania 56.79
12th Mitzi Kremer  United States 56.83
13th Gitta Jensen  Denmark 57.02
14th Karen van Wirdum  Australia 57.04
15th Svetlana Issakova  Soviet Union 57.07
16th Tamara Costache  Romania 57.11

Preliminary heats[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Catherine Plewinski  France 55.53 q-A
2 Kristin Otto  East Germany 55.80 q-A
3 Zhuang Yong  China 55.84 q-A
4 Manuela Stellmach  East Germany 56.14 q-A
5 Silvia Poll  Costa Rica 56.16 q-A
6 Karin Brienesse  Netherlands 56.29 q-A
7 Dara Torres  United States 56.37 q-A
8 Conny van Bentum  Netherlands 56.50 q-A
9 Natalia Trefilova  Soviet Union 56.66 q-B
10 Luminița Dobrescu  Romania 56.67 q-B
11 Tamara Costache  Romania 56.79 q-B
12 Karen van Wirdum  Australia 56.84 q-B
13 Mitzi Kremer  United States 56.97 q-B
14 Svetlana Isakova  Soviet Union 57.17 q-B
15 Gitta Jensen  Denmark 57.28 q-B
16 Ayako Nakano  Japan 57.29 q-B
17 Andrea Nugent  Canada 57.33
18 Marie-Thérèse Armentero  Switzerland 57.35
19 Christiane Pielke  West Germany 57.47
20 Jane Kerr  Canada 57.55
21 Eva Nyberg  Sweden 57.57
22 Susie Baumer  Australia 57.76
23 Lou Yaping  China 57.79
24 Natasha Khristova  Bulgaria 57.80
25 Annabelle Cripps  Great Britain 57.81
26 Pia Sørensen  Denmark 57.82
27 Karin Furuhed  Sweden 57.97
28 June Croft  Great Britain 58.19
29 Jacqueline Delord  France 58.22
30 Silvia Persi  Italy 58.22
31 Katja Ziliox  West Germany 58.39
32 Kaori Sasaki  Japan 58.40
33 Senda Gharbi  Tunisia 58.51
34 Adriana Pereira  Brazil 58.53
35 Karen Dieffenthaler  Trinidad and Tobago 58.64
36 Patricia Kohlmann  Mexico 59.05
37 Isabelle Vieira  Brazil 59.15
38 María Rivera  Mexico 59.32
39 Akiko Thomson  Philippines 59.41
40 Bryndís Ólafsdóttir  Iceland 59.56
41 Carolina Mauri  Costa Rica 1:00.14
42 Hung Cee Kay  Hong Kong 1:00.18
43 Kim Eun-jeong  South Korea 1:00.39
44 Ana Fortin  Honduras 1:01.11
45 Fenella Ng  Hong Kong 1:01.27
46 Han Yeong-hui  South Korea 1:01.55
47 Wang Chi  Chinese Taipei 1:01.72
48 Sabrina Lum  Chinese Taipei 1:02.11
49 Catherine Fogarty  Zimbabwe 1:02.47
50 Veronica Cummings  Guam 1:02.63
51 Angela Birch  Fiji 1:02.91
52 Cina Munch  Fiji 1:03.06
53 Carolina Araujo  Mozambique 1:05.11
54 Katerine Moreno  Bolivia 1:05.39
55 Elsa Freire  Angola 1:05.47
56 Nancy Khalaf  Lebanon 1:06.73
57 Carla Fernandes  Angola 1:08.15

Notes[edit]

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