Swimming at the 2007 Pan American Games – Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

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The Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay event at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with the final being swum on July 19.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Julia Smit
Samantha Woodward
Emily Kukors
Maritza Correia
 United States
Silver Elizabeth Collins
Seanna Mitchell
Chanelle Charron-Watson
Hilary Bell
 Canada
Bronze Arlene Semeco
Erin Volcán
Ximena Vilar
Yanel Pinto
 Venezuela

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1  United States Julia Smit (56.22)
Samantha Woodward (55.29)
Emily Kukors (55.31)
Maritza Correia (55.15)
3:41.97
2  Canada Elizabeth Collins (56.53)
Seanna Mitchell (56.09)
Chanelle Charron-Watson (55.79)
Hilary Bell (57.82)
3:46.23
3  Venezuela Arlene Semeco (56.69)
Erin Volcán (58.20)
Ximena Vilar (58.67)
Yanel Pinto (59.31)
3:52.87
4  Bahamas Nikia Deveaux (58.34)
Alana Dillette (57.18)
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace (58.75)
Ariel Weech (59.64)
3:53.91
5  Mexico Mariana Alvarado (1:00.48)
Alma Arciniega (1:00.85)
Sandra Alanis (1:00.34)
Liliana Ibañez (57.90)
3:59.57
6  Peru María Torres (1:03.65)
Fiorella Gómez Sánchez (1:02.48)
Valeria Silva (1:02.75)
Massie Carrillo (1:00.80)
4:09.68
7  Uruguay Eisa Pumar (1:01.74)
Ines Remersaro (1:02.46)
Antonella Scanavino (1:04.46)
Andrea Guerra (1:03.66)
4:12.32
--  Brazil Tatiana Lemos (56.25)
Flávia Delaroli (55.78)
Monique Ferreira (56.01)
Rebeca Gusmão (54.92)
3:42.96 Result nullified
See Rebeca Gusmão entry
for explanation

Preliminaries[edit]

The heats was held on July 18.[2]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1  United States Lauren Thies (56.95)
Emily Kukors (55.27)
Maritza Correia (56.45)
Michele King (57.09)
3:45.76 Q
2  Canada Hilary Bell (58.13)
Chanelle Charron-Watson (56.36)
Elizabeth Collins (56.36)
Seanna Mitchell (56.33)
3:47.18 Q
3  Brazil Tatiana Lemos (56.33)
Flávia Delaroli (58.91)
Monique Ferreira (59.08)
Manuella Lyrio (59.93)
3:54.25 Q
4  Bahamas Nikia Deveaux (58.29)
Alana Dillette (58.01)
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace (58.72)
Ariel Weech (59.97)
3:54.99 Q
5  Venezuela Ximena Vilar (59.76)
Yanel Pinto (59.71)
Jeserick Pinto (59.69)
Jennifer Marquez (1:00.26)
3:59.42 Q
6  Mexico Liliana Ibañez (58.36)
Alma Arciniega (59.89)
Sandra Alanis (1:01.94)
Mariana Alvarado (59.29)
3:59.48 Q
7  Uruguay Antonella Scanavino (1:01.40)
Elsa Pumar (1:02.09)
Ines Remersaro (1:02.65)
Andrea Guerra (1:04.16)
4:10.30 Q
8  Peru María Torres (1:02.48)
Fiorella Gómez Sánchez (1:04.38)
Valeria Silva (1:04.00)
Massie Carrillo (1:02.81)
4:13.67 Q
9  Honduras Sharon Fajardo (1:00.75)
Laura Leiva (1:05.20)
Karen Poujol (1:08.78)
Laura Páz (1:05.02)
4:19.75

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