Swimming at the 1994 World Aquatics Championships

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The Swimming portion of the 7th FINA World Aquatics Championships was held from September 5 to September 11, 1994. The competition was swum in the outdoor pool at the Foro Italico. The competition consisted of 32 long course events: 16 for males and females each,[1] 26 individual events and 6 relays in total. Events by stroke were:

  • freestyle: 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 (females), and 1500 (males);
  • backstroke: 100 and 200;
  • breaststroke: 100 and 200;
  • butterfly: 100 and 200;
  • individual medley (I.M.): 200 and 400;
  • relays: 4x100 free, 4x200 free, and 4x100 medley.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
  details
Alexander Popov
  Russia Russia
22.17 Gary Hall, Jr.
  United States USA
22.40 Raimundas Mažuolis
  Lithuania Lithuania
22.52
100m freestyle
  details
Alexander Popov
  Russia Russia
49.12 Gary Hall, Jr.
  United States USA
49.41 Gustavo Borges
  Brazil Brazil
49.52
200m freestyle
  details
Antti Kasvio
  Finland Finland
1:47.32 Anders Holmertz
  Sweden Sweden
1:48.24 Danyon Loader
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:48.49
400m freestyle
  details
Kieren Perkins
  Australia Australia
3:43.80
WR
Antti Kasvio
  Finland Finland
3:48.55 Danyon Loader
  New Zealand New Zealand
3:48.62
1500m freestyle
  details
Kieren Perkins
  Australia Australia
14:50.52 Daniel Kowalski
  Australia Australia
14:53.42 Steffen Zesner
  Germany Germany
15:09.20
100m backstroke
  details
Martin López-Zubero
  Spain Spain
55.17
CR
Jeff Rouse
  United States USA
55.51 Tamás Deutsch
  Hungary Hungary
55.69
200m backstroke
  details
Vladimir Selkov
  Russia Russia
1:57.42
CR
Martin López-Zubero
  Spain Spain
1:58.75 Royce Sharp
  United States USA
1:58.86
100m breaststroke
  details
Norbert Rózsa
  Hungary Hungary
1:01.24
CR
Károly Güttler
  Hungary Hungary
1:01.44 Frédérik Deburghgraeve
  Belgium Belgium
1:01.79
200m breaststroke
  details
Norbert Rózsa
  Hungary Hungary
2:12.81 Eric Wunderlich
  United States USA
2:12.87 Károly Güttler
  Hungary Hungary
2:14.12
100m butterfly
  details
Rafał Szukała
  Poland Poland
53.51 Lars Frölander
  Sweden Sweden
53.65 Denis Pankratov
  Russia Russia
53.68
200m butterfly
  details
Denis Pankratov
  Russia Russia
1:56.54 Danyon Loader
  New Zealand New Zealand
1:57.99 Chris-Carol Bremer
  Germany Germany
1:58.11
200m I.M.
  details
Jani Sievinen
  Finland Finland
1:58.16
WR
Greg Burgess
  United States USA
2:00.86 Attila Czene
  Hungary Hungary
2:01.84
400m I.M.
  details
Tom Dolan
  United States USA
4:12.30
WR
Jani Sievinen
  Finland Finland
4:13.29 Eric Namesnik
  United States USA
4:15.69
4×100m
 freestyle relay
  details
United States USA
  Jon Olsen
  Josh Davis
  Ugur Taner
  Gary Hall, Jr.
3:16.90
CR
Russia Russia
  Roman Shegolev
  Vladimir Predkin
  Vladimir Pyshnenko
  Alexander Popov
3:18.12 Brazil Brazil
  Fernando Scherer
  Teófilo Ferreira
  André Teixeira
  Gustavo Borges
3:19.35
4×200m
  freestyle relay
  details
Sweden Sweden
  Christer Wallin
  Tommy Werner
  Lars Frölander
  Anders Holmertz
7:17.74 Russia Russia
  Yury Mukhin
  Roman Shegolev
  Vladimir Pyshnenko
  Denis Pankratov
7:18.13 Germany Germany
  Andreas Szigat
  Christian Keller
  Oliver Lampe
  Steffen Zesner
7:19.10
4×100m
  medley relay
  details
United States USA
  Jeff Rouse
  Eric Wunderlich
  Mark Henderson
  Gary Hall, Jr.
3:37.74
CR
Russia Russia
  Vladimir Selkov
  Vasili Ivanov
  Denis Pankratov
  Alexander Popov
3:38.28 Hungary Hungary
  Tamás Deutsch
  Norbert Rózsa
  Péter Horváth
  Attila Czene
3:39.47

Legend: WR – World Record; CR – Championship Record

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 freestyle
  details
Le Jingyi
  China China
24.51
WR
Natalya Meshcheryakova
  Russia Russia
25.10 Amy Van Dyken
  United States USA
25.18
100 freestyle
  details
Le Jingyi
  China China
54.01
WR
Lü Bin
  China China
54.15 Franziska van Almsick
  Germany Germany
54.77
200 freestyle
  details
Franziska van Almsick
  Germany Germany
1:56.78
WR
Lü Bin
  China China
1:56.89 Claudia Poll
  Costa Rica Costa Rica
1:57.61
400 freestyle
  details
Yang Aihua
  China China
4:09.64 Cristina Teuscher
  United States USA
4:10.21 Claudia Poll
  Costa Rica Costa Rica
4:10.61
800 m freestyle
  details
Janet Evans
  United States USA
8:29.85 Hayley Lewis
  Australia Australia
8:29.94 Brooke Bennett
  United States USA
8:31.30
100 backstroke
  details
He Cihong
  China China
1:00.57
CR
Nina Zhivanevskaya
  Russia Russia
1:00.83 BJ Bedford
  United States USA
1:01.32
200 backstroke
  details
He Cihong
  China China
2:07.40
CR, NR
Krisztina Egerszegi
  Hungary Hungary
2:09.10 Lorenza Vigarani
  Italy Italy
2:10.92
100 breaststroke
  details
Samantha Riley
  Australia Australia
1:07.69
WR
Dai Guohong
  China China
1:09.26 Yuan Yuan
  China China
1:10.19
200 breaststroke
  details
Samantha Riley
  Australia Australia
2:26.87
CR
Yuan Yuan
  China China
2:27.38 Brigitte Becue
  Belgium Belgium
2:28.85
100 butterfly
  details
Liu Limin
  China China
58.98
CR
Yun Qu
  China China
59.69 Susie O'Neill
  Australia Australia
1:00.11
200 butterfly
  details
Liu Limin
  China China
2:07.25
CR
Yun Qu
  China China
2:07.42 Susie O'Neill
  Australia Australia
2:09.54
200 I.M.
  details
Lü Bin
  China China
2:12.34 Allison Wagner
  United States USA
2:14.40 Elli Overton
  Australia Australia
2:15.26
400 I.M.
  details
Dai Guohong
  China China
4:39.14 Allison Wagner
  United States USA
4:39.98 Kristine Quance
  United States USA
4:42.21
4×100
 freestyle relay
  details
China China
  Le Ying
  Shan Ying
  Lü Bin
  Le Jingyi
3:37.91
WR
United States USA
  Angel Martino
  Nicole Haislett
  Amy Van Dyken
  Jenny Thompson
3:41.50 Germany Germany
  Franziska van Almsick
  Katrin Meissner
  Kerstin Kielgass
  Daniela Hunger
3:42.94
4×200
 freestyle relay
  details
China China
  Le Ying
  Yang Aihua
  Lü Bin
  Zhou Ouanbin
7:57.96
CR
Germany Germany
  Franziska van Almsick
  Julia Jung
  Kerstin Kielgass
  Dagmar Hase
8:01.37 United States USA
  Cristina Teuscher
  Nicole Haislett
  Janet Evans
  Jenny Thompson
8:03.16
4×100
 medley relay
  details
China China
  He Cihong
  Dai Guohong
  Liu Limin
  Le Jingyi
4:01.67
WR
United States USA
  Lea Loveless
  Kristine Quance
  Amy Van Dyken
  Jenny Thompson
4:06.53 Russia Russia
  Nina Zhivanevskaya
  Olga Prokhorova
  Svetlana Pozdeeva
  Natalya Meshcheryakova
4:06.70

Legend: WRWorld Record; CRChampionship Record

Medal table[edit]

      Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 12 6 1 19
2  United States 4 10 7 21
3  Russia 4 5 2 11
4  Australia 4 2 3 9
5  Hungary 2 2 4 8
6  Finland 2 2 0 4
7  Sweden 1 2 0 3
8  Germany 1 1 5 7
9  Spain 1 1 0 2
10  Poland 1 0 0 1
11  New Zealand 0 1 2 3
12  Belgium 0 0 2 2
12  Brazil 0 0 2 2
12  Costa Rica 0 0 2 2
15  Italy 0 0 1 1
15  Lithuania 0 0 1 1
Total 32 32 32 96

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Medalists and Statistics at FINA World Championships (50m)" (PDF). FINA. January 31, 2015. Retrieved April 28, 2015.