Swimming at the 2007 Pan American Games

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Swimming at the
2007 Pan American Games
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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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Marathon
10 km men women

The swimming competitions at the 2007 Pan American Games consisted of 34 events,[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11] [12] held on and at:

Thiago Pereira won eight medals (six gold, one silver and one bronze) and became the winner of the most medals in a single edition of the Games, equaling the Costa Rican swimmer Silvia Poll—who won eight medals at 1987 in Indianapolis. Pereira also surpassed the five gold mark that belonged to Mark Spitz in the 1967 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg

In this edition, three countries have won, for the first time, a medal in swimming at the Pan American Games: Cayman Islands, Bahamas and Barbados.

Pool schedule[edit]

date Morning session
Finals & semifinals   (10:00 a.m.)
Evening session
Preliminary heats   (7:00 p.m.)
Monday
July 16, 2007
women's 50 free
men's 100 free
women's 400 IM
men's 400 IM
women's 100 fly
men's 100 fly
women's 400 free
men's 100 breast
Tuesday
July 17, 2007
women's 50 free (semifinals)
men's 100 free (semifinals)
women's 400 IM (final)
men's 400 IM (final)
women's 100 fly (semifinals)
men's 100 fly (semifinals)
women's 400 free (final)
men's 100 breast (semifinals)
men's 800 free relay (final)
women's 100 back
men's 400 free
women's 100 breast
men's 200 back
Wednesday
July 18, 2007
women's 50 free (final)
men's 100 free (final)
women's 100 fly (final)
men's 100 fly (final)
men's 100 breast (final)
women's 100 back (semifinals)
men's 400 free (final)
women's 100 breast (semifinals)
women's 800 free relay (final)
men's 200 back
women's 200 free
men's 200 free
women's 200 I.M.
men's 200 I.M.
Thursday
July 19, 2007
women's 100 back (final)
women's 100 breast (finals)
men's 200 back (finals)
women's 200 free (semifinals)
men's 200 free (semifinals)
women's 200 IM (semifinals)
men's 200 I.M. (semifinals)
women's 400 free relay (final)
men's 200 fly
women's 200 fly
men's 200 breast
women's 800 free (final)
Friday
July 20, 2007
women's 200 free (final)
men's 200 free (final)
women's 200 I.M. (final)
men's 200 I.M. (final)
men's 200 fly (semifinals)
women's 200 fly (semifinals)
men's 200 breast (semifinals)
men's 400 free relay (final)
women's 100 free
women's 200 breast
men's 50 free
women's 200 back
men's 100 back
men's 1500 free (final)
Saturday
July 21, 2007
men's 200 fly (final)
women's 200 fly (finals)
men's 200 breast (final)
women's 100 free (semifinals)
women's 200 breast (semifinals)
men's 50 free (semifinals)
women's 200 back (semifinals)
men's 100 back (semifinals)
Sunday
July 22, 2007
women's 100 free (final)
women's 200 breast (final)
men's 50 free (final)
women's 200 back (final)
men's 100 back (finals)
women's 400 medley relay (final)
men's 400 medley relay (final)

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle
details
César Cielo
  Brazil
21.84 CR, SA Nicholas Santos
  Brazil
22.18 George Bovell
  Trinidad and Tobago
22.36
100m freestyle
details
César Cielo
  Brazil
48.79 CR José Meolans
  Argentina
49.42 Gabe Woodward
  United States
49.59
200m freestyle
details
Matthew Owen
  United States
1:48.78 Shaune Fraser
  Cayman Islands
1:48.95 Adam Sioui
  Canada
1:48.97
400m freestyle
details
Matt Patton
  United States
3:49.77 CR Tobias Work
  United States
3:50.62 Armando Negreiros
  Brazil
3:51.18
1500m freestyle
details
Chip Peterson
  United States
15:12.33 CR Ricardo Monasterio
  Venezuela
15:23.28 Kier Maitland
  Canada
15:25.28
100m backstroke
details
Randall Bal
  United States
53.66 CR Peter Marshall
  United States
54.64 Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
54.75 SA
200m backstroke
details
Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
1:58.42 CR, SA Tyler Clary
  United States
1:59.24 Lucas Salatta
  Brazil
1:59.51
100m breaststroke
details
Scott Dickens
  Canada
1:01.20 CR Mark Gangloff
  United States
1:01.24 Mathieu Bois
  Canada
1:01.83
200m breaststroke
details
Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
2:13.51 Henrique Barbosa
  Brazil
2:13.83 Scott Spann
  United States
2:13.98
100m butterfly
details
Kaio de Almeida
  Brazil
52.05 CR Gabriel Mangabeira
  Brazil
52.43 Albert Subirats
  Venezuela
52.78
200m butterfly
details
Kaio de Almeida
  Brazil
1:55.45 CR, SA Eddie Erazo
  United States
1:57.07 Juan Veloz
  Mexico
1:58.43
200m I.M.
details
Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
1:57.79 CR, SA Robert Margalis
  United States
2:00.69 Bradley Ally
  Barbados
2:00.96
400m I.M.
details
Thiago Pereira
  Brazil
4:11.14 CR, SA Robert Margalis
  United States
4:17.52 Keith Beavers
  Canada
4:19.01
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
Brazil
  Fernando Silva,
  Eduardo Deboni,
  Nicolas Oliveira,
  César Cielo
 Thiago Pereira*
 Nicholas Santos*
3:15.90 CR, SA United States
  Gabe Woodward,
  Ricky Berens,
  Dale Rogers,
  Andy Grant
 Gary Hall, Jr.*
 Alex Righi*
3:16.66 Venezuela
  Albert Subirats,
  Octavio Alesi,
  Luis Rojas,
  Crox Acuña
 Jesus Casanova*
 Reymer Vezga*
3:18.97
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
Brazil
  Thiago Pereira,
  Rodrigo Castro,
  Lucas Salatta,
  Nicolas Oliveira
7:12.27 CR, SA United States
  Ricky Berens,
  Matthew Owen,
  Andy Grant,
  Robert Margalis
7:15.00 Canada
  Chad Hankewich,
  Stefan Hirniak,
  Pascal Wollach,
  Adam Sioui
7:17.73
4×100 m medley relay
details
United States
  Randall Bal,
  Mark Gangloff,
  Ricky Berens,
  Andy Grant
 Peter Marshall*
 Christian Schurr*
 Pat O'Neil*
 Alex Righi*
3:34.37 CR Brazil
  Thiago Pereira,
  Henrique Barbosa,
  Kaio de Almeida,
  César Cielo
 Lucas Salatta*
 Felipe Lima*
 Gabriel Mangabeira*
 Eduardo Deboni*
3:35.81 SA Canada
  Matthew Hawes,
  Scott Dickens,
  Joe Bartoch,
  Adam Sioui
 Mathieu Bois*
 Chad Hankewich*
3:38.16
10K
details
Fran Crippen
  United States
2:02:24.1 Chip Peterson
  United States
2:02:29.2 Allan do Carmo
  Brazil
2:03:53.7

* Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m freestyle[13]
details
Arlene Semeco
  Venezuela
25.14 CR Vanessa García
  Puerto Rico
25.22 Flávia Delaroli
  Brazil
25.46
100m freestyle[13]
details
Arlene Semeco
  Venezuela
55.17 Flávia Delaroli
  Brazil
55.78 Vanessa García
  Puerto Rico
55.84
200m freestyle
details
Ava Ohlgren
  United States
2:00.03 Stephanie Horner
  Canada
2:00.29 Monique Ferreira
  Brazil
2:01.38
400m freestyle
details
Jessica Rodriquez
  United States
4:12.22 Patricia Castañeda
  Mexico
4:13.34 Corinne Showalter
  United States
4:13.72
800m freestyle
details
Caroline Burckle
  United States
8:35.10 Patricia Castañeda
  Mexico
8:38.92 Savannah King
  Canada
8:39.36
100m backstroke
details
Julia Smit
  United States
1:02.01 Fabíola Molina
  Brazil
1:02.18 SA Elizabeth Wycliffe
  Canada
1:02.46
200m backstroke
details
Teresa Crippen
  United States
2:10.57 CR Julia Smit
  United States
2:11.18 Elizabeth Wycliffe
  Canada
2:13.29
100m breaststroke
details
Michelle McKeehan
  United States
1:08.49 Annamay Pierse
  Canada
1:08.72 Elizabeth Tinnon
  United States
1:09.18
200m breaststroke
details
Caitlin Leverenz
  United States
2:25.62 CR Annamay Pierse
  Canada
2:26.79 Keri Hehn
  United States
2:28.20
100m butterfly
details
Kathleen Hersey
  United States
59.21 CR Sam Woodward
  United States
59.98 Gabriella Silva
  Brazil
1:00.50
200m butterfly
details
Kathleen Hersey
  United States
2:07.64 CR Courtney Kalisz
  United States
2:12.75 Daiene Dias
  Brazil
2:13.35
200m I.M.
details
Julia Smit
  United States
2:13.07 CR Emily Kukors
  United States
2:13.88 Stephanie Horner
  Canada
2:15.42
400m I.M.
details
Kathleen Hersey
  United States
4:44.08 Teresa Crippen
  United States
4:46.18 Georgina Bardach
  Argentina
4:47.46
4×100m freestyle relay[13]
details
United States
 (Julia Smit,
  Sam Woodward,
  Emily Kukors,
  Maritza Correia)
 Lauren Thies*
 Michele King*
3:41.97 Canada
 (Elizabeth Collins,
  Seanna Mitchell,
  Chanelle Charron-Watson,
  Hilary Bell)
3:46.23 Venezuela
 (Arlene Semeco,
  Erin Volcán,
  Ximena Mari Vilar Arriojas,
  Yanel Pinto)
 Jeserick Pinto*
 Jennifer Marquez*
3:52.87
4×200m freestyle relay
details
United States
 (Jessica Rodriguez,
  Emily Kukors,
  Ava Ohlgren,
  Katie Carroll)
 Lauren Thies*
 Teresa Crippen*
8:02.03 CR Canada
 (Chanelle Charron-Watson,
  Elizabeth Collins,
  Hilary Bell,
  Stephanie Horner)
 Savannah King*
 Zsofia Balazs*
8:04.56 Brazil
 (Tatiana Barbosa,
  Monique Ferreira,
  Manuella Lyrio,
  Paula Baracho)
 Joanna Maranhão*
8:13.15
4×100m medley relay[13]
details
United States
 (Julia Smit,
  Michelle McKeehan,
  Kathleen Hersey,
  Maritza Correia)
 Brielle White*
4:04.60 CR Canada
 (Elizabeth Wycliffe,
  Annamay Pierse,
  Stephanie Horner,
  Chanelle Charron-Watson)
 Caitilin Meredith*
 Jillian Tyler*
 Elizabeth Collins*
4:07.85 Bahamas
 (Alana Dillette,
  Alicia Lightbourne,
  Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace,
  Nikia Deveaux)
4:18.97
10K
details
Chloe Sutton
  United States
2:13:47.6 Poliana Okimoto
  Brazil
2:13:48.4 Tanya Hunks
  Canada
2:13:50.5

* Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 21 15 5 41
2  Brazil (BRA) 10 7 9 26
3  Venezuela (VEN) 2 1 3 6
4  Canada (CAN) 1 6 11 18
5  Mexico (MEX) 0 2 1 3
6  Argentina (ARG) 0 1 1 2
 Puerto Rico (PUR) 0 1 1 2
8  Cayman Islands (CAY) 0 1 0 1
9  Bahamas (BAH) 0 0 1 1
 Barbados (BAR) 0 0 1 1
 Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Full Results-Session One
  2. ^ Full Results-Session Two
  3. ^ Full Results-Session Three
  4. ^ Full Results-Session Four
  5. ^ Full Results-Session Five
  6. ^ Full Results-Session Six
  7. ^ Full Results-Session Seven
  8. ^ Full Results-Session Eight
  9. ^ Full Results-Session Nine
  10. ^ Full Results-Session Ten
  11. ^ Full Results-Session Eleven
  12. ^ a b Note: Open water is/was considered a separate discipline from swimming for the Games, similar to how it is treated by FINA, the international federation which oversees aquatics, and by how it was treated at the 2008 Summer Olympics. However, Wikipedia protocol has merged its presentation onto this page, rather than on a separate page here (as well as on Swimming at the 2008 Summer Olympics).
  13. ^ a b c d Brazil's Rebeca Gusmão won the women's 50 and 100 freestyle at the 2007 Pan Ams, as well as anchored Brazil's second place 400 free relay and third place 400 medley relay. However, she was subsequently banned from swimming due to a positive doping control result as well as tampering. Her results from the 2007 Pan Ams (times and medals) were also nullified in December 2007; and the medals in the events she swam were redistributed. This effected the standings of the women's 50 and 100 frees, as well as the 400 free and medley relays. Please see her entry for further information/documentation.