Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 400 metre freestyle

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Women's 400 Freestyle
at the 2005 FINA World Aquatics Championships
Dates 24 July 2005
Winning time 4 minutes 06.44 seconds
Medalists
gold medal     France
silver medal     Japan
bronze medal     Great Britain
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2005 FINA
World Championships

Montreal, Canada
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Swimming
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Combination women
Water polo

The Women's 400 Freestyle at the 11th FINA World Aquatics Championships was swum on 24 July 2005 in Montreal, Canada. Preliminary heats were swum that morning, with the top-8 finishers advancing to swim the race again in that evenings Final.

As the competition was held in a long course (50m) pool, the race consisted of 8 lengths of freestyle.

At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championships (CR) records were:

Results[edit]

Prelims[edit]

Rank Heat + Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 H3 L2 Brittany Reimer  Canada 4:08.28 q
2 H3 L5 Camelia Potec  Romania 4:08.40 q
3 H3 L4 Ai Shibata  Japan 4:08.82 q
4 H5 L5 Joanne Jackson  Great Britain 4:10.47 q
5 H4 L4 Caitlin McClatchey  Great Britain 4:10.48 q
6 H4 L3 Claudia Poll  Costa Rica 4:10.88 q
7 H4 L5 Linda Mackenzie  Australia 4:11.13 q
8 H5 L4 Laure Manaudou  France 4:11.46 q
9 H5 L3 Haylee Reddaway  Australia 4:11.75
10 H5 L6 Carly Piper  United States 4:12.96
11 H4 L2 Jana Henke  Germany 4:13.68
12 H4 L6 Sachiko Yamada  Japan 4:13.97
13 H5 L2 Éva Risztov  Hungary 4:14.10
14 H5 L7 Cecilia Biagioli  Argentina 4:14.48
15 H3 L7 Sophie Huber  France 4:15.53
16 H3 L6 Kelsey Ditto  United States 4:15.63
17 H3 L1 Melissa Corfe  South Africa 4:15.95
18 H4 L1 Anja Čarman  Slovenia 4:16.28
19 H2 L1 Mariana Brochado  Brazil 4:17.65
20 H5 L8 Ji Eun Lee  South Korea 4:18.05
21 H4 L8 Kristel Köbrich  Chile 4:18.41
22 H3 L3 Jingzhi Tang  China 4:18.71
23 H2 L4 Lauren Boyle  New Zealand 4:19.22
24 H3 L8 Melissa Ingram  New Zealand 4:19.28
25 H4 L7 Monique Ferreira  Brazil 4:19.42
26 H2 L6 Olga Beresneva  Israel 4:24.27
27 H2 L2 Chin-Kuei Yang  Chinese Taipei 4:26.03
28 H2 L7 Ea Hyun Jung  South Korea 4:26.46
29 H2 L3 Paola Duguet  Colombia 4:26.57
30 H1 L2 Shrone Austin  Seychelles 4:28.36
31 H1 L5 Jasna Ovsenik  Slovenia 4:28.43
32 H2 L5 Wan-Tong Cheng  Chinese Taipei 4:31.39
33 H2 L8 Ting Wen Quah  Singapore 4:31.48
34 H1 L6 Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn  Thailand 4:33.39
35 H1 L3 Wing Yan Fung  Hong Kong 4:35.34
36 H1 L4 Wan Ting Goh  Singapore 4:35.56
- H5 L1 Tanya Hunks  Canada DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Laure Manaudou France France 4:06.44
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ai Shibata Japan Japan 4:06.74
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Caitlin McClatchey United Kingdom Great Britain 4:07.25
4 Brittany Reimer Canada Canada 4:07.32
5 Camelia Potec Romania Romania 4:08.06
6 Linda Mackenzie Australia Australia 4:08.75
7 Joanne Jackson United Kingdom Great Britain 4:08.88
8 Claudia Poll Costa Rica Costa Rica 4:10.02

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