Swimming at the 2007 Pan American Games – Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

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Swimming at the
2007 Pan American Games
Swimming pictogram.svg
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 Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay event at the 2007 Pan American Games occurred at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with the final being swum on July 18.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Jessica Rodriquez
Emily Kukors
Ava Ohlgren
Katie Carroll
 United States
Silver Chanelle Charron-Watson
Elizabeth Collins
Hilary Bell
Stephanie Horner
 Canada
Bronze Tatiana Lemos
Monique Ferreira
Manuella Lyrio
Paula Baracho
 Brazil

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

The final was held on July 18.[1]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1 United States Jessica Rodriquez (1:59.97)
Emily Kukors (1:59.57)
Ava Ohlgren (2:00.19)
Katie Carroll (2:02.30)
8:02.03 CR
2 Canada Chanelle Charron-Watson (2:01.04)
Elizabeth Collins (2:00.78)
Hilary Bell (2:02.08)
Stephanie Horner (2:00.66)
8:04.56
3 Brazil Tatiana Lemos (2:02.11)
Monique Ferreira (2:01.11)
Manuella Lyrio (2:04.88)
Paula Baracho (2:05.05)
8:13.15
4 Mexico Mariana Alvarado (2:05.39)
Susana Escobar (2:04.06)
Sandra Alanis (2:06.67)
Patricia Castañeda (2:04.00)
8:20.12
5 Venezuela Andreina Pinto (2:04.47)
Erin Volcán (2:05.10)
Yanel Pinto (2:06.46)
Jennifer Marquez (2:06.21)
8:22.24
6 El Salvador Pamela Benítez (2:04.43)
Ileana Murillo (2:13.29)
Ana Hernández (2:14.82)
Golda Marcus (2:08.49)
8:41.03
7 Bahamas Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace (2:10.81)
McKayla Lightbourn (2:12.70)
Ariel Weech (2:12.34)
Alana Dillette (2:06.88)
8:42.73
8 Peru Fiorella Gómez Sánchez (2:11.94)
Slavica Pavic (2:19.80)
Massie Carrillo (2:16.11)
María Torres (2:11.38)
8:59.23

Preliminaries[edit]

The heats was held on July 17.[2]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1 United States Lauren Thies (2:04.11)
Teresa Crippen (2:01.28)
Emily Kukors (2:00.10)
Jessica Rodriguez (1:59.79)
8:05.28 Q, CR
2 Canada Elizabeth Collins (2:00.64)
Hilary Bell (2:01.33)
Savannah King (2:05.42)
Zsofia Balazs (2:03.66)
8:11.05 Q
3 Brazil Paula Baracho (2:05.37)
Manuella Lyrio (2:05.17)
Joanna Maranhão (2:02.59)
Tatiana Lemos (2:04.34)
8:17.47 Q
4 Mexico Liliana Ibañez (2:07.62)
Sandra Alanis (2:05.95)
Patricia Castañeda (2:08.33)
Alma Arciniega (2:10.19)
8:32.09 Q
5 Venezuela Yanel Pinto (2:06.15)
Jennifer Marquez (2:05.56)
Jeserick Pinto (2:14.34)
Andreina Pinto (2:08.16)
8:34.21 Q
6 Bahamas Alana Dillette (2:06.41)
McKayla Lightbourn (2:11.77)
Alicia Lightbourn (2:16.38)
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace (2:11.43)
8:45.99 Q
7 El Salvador Pamela Benitez (2:06.97)
Ileana Murillo (2:15.86)
Ana Hernandez (2:18.07)
Golda Marcus (2:11.13)
8:52.03 Q
8 Peru Fiorella Gómez Sánchez (2:13.08)
Slavica Pavic (2:23.96)
Massie Carrillo (2:19.08)
Maria Alejandra Torres (2:14.07)
9:10.19 Q
9 Honduras Sharon Fajardo (2:13.93)
Laura Paz (2:21.25)
Karen Poujol (2:36.30)
Laura Leiva (2:20.15)
9:31.63

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