Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 50 metre backstroke

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Women's 50m Backstroke
at the 2005 FINA World Aquatics Championships
Dates 27 July (heats and semifinals)
28 July (final)
Competitors 65 from 47 nations
Winning time 28.63 seconds
Medalists
gold medal     Australia
silver medal     China
bronze medal     Germany
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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 50 Backstroke event at the 11th FINA World Aquatics Championships was swum 27 – 28 July 2005 in Montreal, Canada. Preliminary (morning) and Semifinal (evening) heats were on 27 July,[1][2] with the event's Final heat swum during the evening session on 28 July.[3]

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

Results[edit]

Preliminaries[edit]

Rank Heat + Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 H7 L4 GAO Chang  China 28.70 q
2 H7 L5 Mai Nakamura  Japan 28.92 q
3 H9 L4 Janine Pietsch  Germany 28.95 q
4 H8 L4 Giaan Rooney  Australia 28.99 q
4 H9 L5 Antje Buschschulte  Germany 28.99 q
6 H6 L4 Elizabeth Coster  New Zealand 29.05 q
7 H8 L1 Hannah McLean  New Zealand 29.06 q
8 H9 L6 Fabienne Nadarajah  Austria 29.14 q
9 H8 L5 Sophie Edington  Australia 29.22 q
10 H8 L7 Svitlana Khakhlova  Belarus 29.23 q
10 H9 L3 Louise Ørnstedt  Denmark 29.23 q
12 H7 L3 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 29.25 q
13 H7 L1 Nam-Eun Lee  South Korea 29.26 q
14 H9 L1 Sanja Jovanović  Croatia 29.27 q
15 H9 L7 Fabíola Molina  Brazil 29.40 q
16 H7 L7 Erin Gammel  Canada 29.44 q
17 H8 L3 Hanae Ito  Japan 29.45
18 H8 L6 Jennifer Carroll  Canada 29.55
19 H9 L2 Iryna Amshennikova  Ukraine 29.59
20 H8 L2 Chen Yanyan  China 29.63
21 H7 L6 Elena Gemo  Italy 29.65
22 H7 L8 Kateryna Zubkova  Ukraine 29.68
23 H6 L1 Margaret Hoelzer  United States 29.71
24 H5 L2 Anna Gostomelsky  Israel 29.79
25 H7 L2 Ilona Hlaváčková  Czech Republic 29.97
26 H6 L7 Katarzyna Staszak  Poland 30.11
27 H9 L8 Gisela Morales  Guatemala 30.12
28 H5 L4 Jeri Moss  United States 30.16
29 H8 L8 Alexandra Putra  France 30.28
30 H6 L8 Petra Klosova  Czech Republic 30.34
31 H5 L3 Kiera Aitken  Bermuda 30.36
32 H5 L7 Hannah Wilson  Hong Kong 30.52
33 H5 L5 Hanna-Maria Seppälä  Finland 30.55
34 H4 L4 Marilies Demal  Austria 30.70
35 H6 L3 Jane Kaljonen  Finland 30.82
36 H6 L2 Yu Yon Kim  South Korea 30.96
37 H6 L5 Flavia Cazziolato  Brazil 30.99
38 H6 L6 Chonlathorn Vorathamrong  Thailand 31.17
39 H5 L1 Lynette Ng  Singapore 31.19
40 H5 L8 Carolina Colorado  Colombia 31.31
41 H5 L6 Ting-Wei Lin  Chinese Taipei 31.63
42 H4 L8 Lenient Obia  Nigeria 31.79
43 H4 L2 Danit Kama  Israel 32.17
44 H4 L6 Fatima Valderrama  Peru 32.38
45 H4 L7 Khadija Ciss  Senegal 32.45
46 H4 L3 Saida Iskandarova  Uzbekistan 32.47
47 H3 L6 Nicole Marmol  Ecuador 32.63
48 H4 L1 Mireille Hakimeh  Syria 32.79
49 H3 L4 Cheok Mei Ma  Macau 32.93
50 H3 L8 Imane Boulaamane  Morocco 33.13
50 H4 L5 Laura Rodriguez  Dominican Republic 33.13
52 H2 L6 Ellen Hight  Zambia 33.22
53 H3 L2 Jonay Briedenhann  Namibia 33.46
54 H3 L1 Kiran Khan  Pakistan 33.61
55 H2 L5 Prabha Madhavi Dharmadasa  Sri Lanka 33.73
56 H3 L7 Jessica Vieira  Mozambique 34.09
57 H3 L3 Weng I Kuan  Macau 34.11
58 H3 L5 Ruth Ho  Singapore 34.13
59 H2 L4 Rubab Raza  Pakistan 34.66
60 H2 L2 Jakie Wellman  Zambia 34.74
61 H1 L4 Yelena Rojkova  Turkmenistan 35.33
62 H2 L7 Mbolatiana Ramanisa  Madagascar 35.45
63 H2 L3 Sussie Pineda  Honduras 35.46
64 H1 L3 Debra Daniel  Federated States of Micronesia 35.97
65 H1 L5 Natasaha Ratter  Uganda 37.89

Semifinals[edit]

Rank Heat + Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 S2 L4 GAO Chang China China 28.31 q, CR
2 S1 L5 Giaan Rooney Australia Australia 28.78 q
3 S1 L4 Mai Nakamura Japan Japan 28.87 q
3 S2 L2 Sophie Edington Australia Australia 28.87 q
5 S2 L3 Antje Buschschulte Germany Germany 28.90 q
6 S2 L5 Janine Pietsch Germany Germany 28.93 q
7 S2 L1 Nam-Eun Lee South Korea South Korea 28.95 q
8 S2 L6 Hannah McLean New Zealand New Zealand 28.99 q
9 S2 L7 Louise Ørnstedt Denmark Denmark 29.03
10 S1 L1 Sanja Jovanović Croatia Croatia 29.06
11 S1 L3 Elizabeth Coster New Zealand New Zealand 29.15
12 S1 L6 Fabienne Nadarajah Austria Austria 29.19
13 S1 L8 Erin Gammel Canada Canada 29.35
14 S2 L8 Fabíola Molina Brazil Brazil 29.39
15 S1 L2 Svitlana Khakhlova Belarus Belarus 29.41
16 S1 L7 Hinkelien Schreuder Netherlands Netherlands 29.61

Final[edit]

Rank Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Giaan Rooney Australia Australia 28.63
2nd, silver medalist(s) GAO Chang China China 28.69
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Antje Buschschulte Germany Germany 28.72
4 Mai Nakamura Japan Japan 28.86
5 Sophie Edington Australia Australia 28.87
6 Janine Pietsch Germany Germany 28.88
7 Hannah McLean New Zealand New Zealand 28.90
8 Nam-Eun Lee South Korea South Korea 29.35

References[edit]

  1. ^ Worlds 2005 results: Women's 50m Backstroke Prelims, from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2011-01-21.
  2. ^ Worlds 2005 results: Women's 50m Backstroke Semifinals, from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2011-01-21.
  3. ^ Worlds 2005 results: Women's 50m Backstroke Finals, from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2005 Worlds); retrieved 2011-01-21.