Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

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2007 FINA
World Championships

Melbourne, Australia
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 Technical Free
Duet Technical Free
Team Technical Free
Combination
Water polo

The Women's 4 × 200 m Freestyle Relay at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships took place on 29 March 2007 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. The top-12 finishers from this race qualified for the event at the 2008 Olympics. 25 teams were entered in the event; all swam.

The existing records when the event started were:

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Place Nation Swimmers Time Note
1st United States USA Natalie Coughlin   (1:56.43) AM
Dana Vollmer   (1:57.49)
Lacey Nymeyer   (1:59.19)
Katie Hoff   (1:56.98)
7:50.09 WR
2nd Germany Germany Meike Freitag   (1:59.56)
Britta Steffen   (1:57.58)
Petra Dallmann   (2:00.40)
Annika Lurz   (1:56.28)
7:53.82
3rd France France Alena Popchanka   (1:57.86)
Sophie Huber   (1:58.80)
Aurore Mongel   (2:01.04)
Laure Manaudou   (1:58.26)
7:55.96
4th Australia Australia Lisbeth Lenton   (1:59.01)
Jodie Henry   (1:59.29)
Lara Davenport   (1:59.28)
Stephanie Rice   (1:58.84)
7:56.42
5th United Kingdom Great Britain Caitlin McClatchey   (1:59.12)
Melanie Marshall   (1:59.54)
Francesca Halsall   (1:59.92)
Joanne Jackson   (1:58.44)
7:57.02
6th Japan Japan Maki Mita   (1:59.25)
Norie Urabe   (2:00.78)
Ai Shibata   (1:57.85)
Haruka Ueda   (2:00.16)
7:58.04
7th Sweden Sweden Ida Marko-Varga   (1:59.62)
Josefin Lillhage   (1:58.74)
Gabriella Fagundez   (2:01.61)
Petra Granlund   (2:02.37)
8:02.34
8th Netherlands Netherlands Inge Dekker   (1:58.88)
Manon van Rooijen   (2:02.63)
Femke Heemskerk   (2:01.40)
Linda Bank   (2:01.90)
8:04.81

Preliminaries[edit]

Rank Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 Australia Australia Linda Mackenzie   (2:00.35)
Stephanie Rice   (1:59.40)
Lara Davenport   (1:58.51)
Bronte Barratt   (1:59.24)
7:57.50 Q
Olympic
2 Germany Germany Petra Dallmann   (2:00.54)
Daniela Samulski   (2:01.09)
Meike Freitag   (1:58.58)
Annika Lurz   (1:58.55)
7:58.76 Q
Olympic
3 France France Alena Popchanka   (1:59.00)
Sophie Huber   (1:59.08)
Céline Couderc   (2:00.92)
Aurore Mongel   (2:00.48)
7:59.48 Q
Olympic
4 Japan Japan Maki Mita   (1:59.88)
Norie Urabe   (2:00.78)
Ai Shibata   (1:58.38)
Haruka Ueda   (2:00.54)
7:59.58 Q
Olympic
5 United Kingdom Great Britain Joanne Jackson   (2:00.14)
Melanie Marshall   (1:59.29)
Julia Beckett   (2:01.06)
Caitlin McClatchey   (1:59.85)
8:00.34 Q
Olympic
6 Netherlands Netherlands Manon van Rooijen   (2:02.17)
Inge Dekker   (1:58.55)
Linda Bank   (2:01.43)
Femke Heemskerk   (2:00.25)
8:02.40 Q
Olympic
7 Sweden Sweden Gabriella Fagundez   (2:01.02)
Ida Marko-Varga   (1:58.95)
Malin Svahnström   (2:03.52)
Josefin Lillhage   (1:59.14)
8:02.63 Q
Olympic
8 United States USA Amanda Weir   (2:03.61)
Margaret Hoelzer   (1:59.90)
Kara Lynn Joyce   (1:59.00)
Lacey Nymeyer   (2:00.36)
8:02.87 Q
Olympic
9 China China Yang Yu   (1:59.86)
Tang Yi   (2:00.30)
Tang Jingzhi   (2:01.83)
Pang Jiaying   (2:00.99)
8:02.98 Olympic
10 New Zealand New Zealand Helen Norfolk   (2:00.57)
Lauren Boyle   (2:00.37)
Alison Fitch   (2:01.62)
Melissa Ingram   (2:01.78)
8:04.34 Olympic
11 Canada Canada Brittany Reimer   (2:00.15)
Julia Wilkinson   (2:00.45)
Erica Morningstar   (2:01.92)
Geneviève Saumur   (2:02.30)
8:04.82 Olympic
12 Spain Spain Arantxa Ramos Plasencia   (2:00.56)
Maria Fuster Martinez   (2:01.55)
Melania Felicitas Costa Schmid   (2:02.94)
Erika Villaécija García   (2:01.57)
8:06.62 Olympic
13 Italy Italy Flavia Zoccari   (2:02.88)
Francesca Segat   (2:03.11)
Renata Fabiola Spagnolo   (2:01.81)
Federica Pellegrini   (1:58.84)
8:06.64
14 Denmark Denmark Julie Hjorth-Hansen   (2:00.47)
Lotte Friis   (2:01.85)
Micha Jensen   (2:02.56)
Louise Mai Jansen   (2:01.90)
8:06.78
15 Poland Poland Katarzyna Baranowska   (2:04.05)
Agata Zqiejska   (2:01.77)
Aleksandra Urbanczyk   (2:04.10)
Paulina Barzycka   (2:03.21)
8:13.13
16 Romania Romania Camelia Potec   (1:59.22)
Valentina Georgiana Brat   (2:07.92)
Larisa Lăcustă   (2:07.87)
Ionela Cozma   (2:03.34)
8:18.35
17 Hong Kong Hong Kong Hang Yu Sze   (2:09.58)
Hannah Wilson   (2:07.67)
Carmen Nam   (2:08.50)
Hiu Wai Sherry Tsai   (2:04.80)
8:30.55
18 Singapore Singapore Quah Ting Wen   (2:07.28)
Mylene Ong   (2:07.96)
Lynette Lim   (2:07.44)
Lynette Ng   (2:08.97)
8:31.65
19 El Salvador El Salvador Golda Marcus   (2:08.70)
Ileana Murillo Argueta   (2:12.51)
Ana Guadalupe Hernandez Duarte   (2:15.70)
Alexia Pamela Benitez Quijada   (2:11.68)
8:48.59
20 Peru Peru Fiorella Gomez-Sanchez   (2:12.95)
Massie Milagros Carillo   (2:12.69)
Slavica Pavic   (2:19.72)
Maria Alejandra Torres   (2:13.47)
8:58.83
21 Thailand Thailand Nimitta Thaveesupsoonthorn   (2:07.13)
Wenika Kaewchaiwong   (2:11.44)
Pannika Prachgosin   (2:23.38)
Jiratida Phinyosophon   (2:19.99)
9:01.94
22 Macau Macao Cheok Mei Ma   (2:12.34)
Weng I Kuan   (2:16.16)
Man Wai Fong   (2:21.05)
Yih Shiuan Chan   (2:14.00)
9:03.55
23 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Irina Shlemova   (2:16.90)
Yulduz Kuchkarova   (2:20.57)
Maftunabonu Tuhtasinova   (2:15.62)
Ranohon Amanova   (2:19.76)
9:12.85
24 Jordan Jordan Miriam Hatamleh   (2:14.86)
Layla Alghul   (2:18.36)
Hiba Bashouti   (2:18.94)
Razan Taha   (2:26.96)
9:19.12
25 India India Kshipra Mahajan   (2:21.17)
Madhavi Giri Govind   (2:20.47)
Parita Parekh   (2:21.35)
Pooja Raghava Alva   (2:19.94)
9:22.93

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