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1987 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

The second edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 1987 at the Chandler Aquatic Centre in Brisbane, Australia, from August 13–16.[1][2][3][4]

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ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Tom Jager (USA) 22.32 WR   Matt Biondi (USA) 22.61   Andrew Baildon (AUS) 23.45
100 m freestyle   Matt Biondi (USA) 49.73   Craig Oppel (USA) 50.11   Tom Stachewicz (AUS) 50.84
200 m freestyle   Craig Oppel (USA) 1:49.12   Tom Stachewicz (AUS) 1:49.61   Marcel Gery (CAN) 1:49.84
400 m freestyle   Matt Cetlinski (USA) 3:49.51   Sean Killion (USA) 3:52.47   Jason Plummer (AUS) 3:53.50
1500 m freestyle   Michael Bruce McKenzie (AUS) 15:08.08   Dan Jorgensen (USA) 15:12.09   Jason Plummer (AUS) 15:17.23
100 m backstroke   Mark Tewksbury (CAN) 55.89 CWR   Daichi Suzuki (JPN) 56.07   Paul Kingsman (NZL) 57.55
200 m backstroke   Dan Veatch (USA) 2:01.38   Mark Tewksbury (CAN) 2:01.56   Kevin Draxinger (CAN) 2:03.54
100 m breaststroke   Victor Davis (CAN) 1:02.85   Richard Schroeder (USA) 1:03.27   Ridney Lawson (AUS) 1:04.37
200 m breaststroke   Steve Bentley (USA) 2:14.99 NR   Brett Beedle (USA) 2:17.80   Victor Davis (CAN) 2:18.27
100 m butterfly   Pablo Morales (USA) 53.37   Jon Sieben (AUS) 54.21   Matt Biondi (USA) 54.34
200 m butterfly   Melvin Stewart (USA) 1:58.05   Tom Ponting (CAN) 1:58.99   David Wilson (AUS) 1:59.06
200 m individual medley   David Wharton (USA) 2:02.49   Alex Baumann (CAN) 2:02.50   Pablo Morales (USA) 2:03.31
400 m individual medley   David Wharton (USA) 4:16.12 WR   Rob Woodhouse (AUS) 4:18.05   Alex Baumann (CAN) 4:18.46
4×100 m freestyle relay   United States
Chris Jacobs (50.49)
Craig Oppel (50.14)
Troy Dalbey (49.67)
Matt Biondi (48.64)
3:18.94   Canada
C. Verny (50.99)
S.Goss (50.01)
B.Hicken (51.02)
Marcel Gery (49.72)
3:21.74   Australia
Tom Stachewicz (50.85)
Dominic Sheldrick (50.07)
Martin Roberts (50.44)
Duncan Armstrong (50.43)
3:21.79
4×200 m freestyle relay   United States
Troy Dalbey (1:50.15)
Matt Biondi (1:48.47)
Matt Cetlinski (1:49.51)
Craig Oppel (1:49.81)
7:17.94   Australia
Tom Stachewicz (1:49.94)
Duncan Armstrong (1:48.45)
Martin Roberts (1:50.33)
Scott Hamlett (1:51.3279
7:19.95   Canada
Marcel Gery (1:50.61)
D.Haddow (1:52.99)
P.Szekula (1:52.59)
T. O'Hare (1:52.72)
7:28.91
4×100 m medley relay   United States
Dan Veatch (58.08)
Richard Schroeder (1:02.66)
Pablo Morales (53.09)
Matt Biondi (47.90)
3:41.73   Canada
Mark Tewksbury (56.33)
Victor Davis (1:02.44)
T.Ponting (53.74)
Marcel Gery (49.72)
3:42.14   Australia
Carl Wilson (57.97)
Rodney Lawson (1:03.05)
Jon Sieben (53.74)
Tom Stachewicz (49.61)
3:45.17

Legend: WRWorld record; CRChampionship record; CWRCommonwealth record; NR – National record

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle   Anna Pettis-Scott (USA) 26.16   Lisa Dorman (USA) 26.33   Karen van Wirdum (AUS) 26.44
100 m freestyle   Dara Torres (USA) 55.86   Jenna Johnson (USA) 56.11   Jane Kerr (CAN) 57.13
200 m freestyle   Mitzi Kremer (USA) 2:01.34   Susie Baumer (AUS) 2:01.74   Francie O'Leary (USA) 2:01.82
400 m freestyle   Janet Evans (USA) 4:09.32   Julie McDonald (AUS) 4:10.18   Susie Baumer (AUS) 4:11.32
800 m freestyle   Julie McDonald (AUS) 8:23.18 CWR   Janet Evans (USA) 8:33.11   Donna Procter (AUS) 8:34.47
100 m backstroke   Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 1:02.64 CWR   Kristen Kinehan (USA) 1:03.50   Susan O'Brien (USA) 1:04.00
200 m backstroke   Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 2:11.84 CWR   Andrea Hayes (USA) 2:13.12   Beth Barr (USA) 2:14.21
100 m breaststroke   Allison Higson (CAN) 1:09.92   Guylaine Cloutier (CAN) 1:11.24   Xiaomin Huang (CHN) 1:11.29
200 m breaststroke   Amy Shaw (USA) 2:29.58 NR   Xiaomin Huang (CHN) 2:29.66   Susan Johnson (USA) 2:32.60
100 m butterfly   Hong Qian (CHN) 1:00.39   Angel Myers (USA) 1:00.62   Jenna Johnson (USA) 1:00.90
200 m butterfly   Kelley Davies (USA) 2:12.51   Takayo Kitano (JPN) 2:12.76   Kiyomi Takahashi (JPN) 2:12.51
200 m individual medley   Angel Myers (USA) 2:17.52   Allison Higson (CAN) 2:18.39   Jane Kerr (CAN) 2:20.15
400 m individual medley   Janet Evans (USA) 4:44.99   Garland O'Keefe (USA) 4:47.13   Donna Procter (AUS) 4:47.40
4×100 m freestyle relay   United States
Jenna Johnson (56.02)
Grace Cornelius (55.76)
Laura Walker (56.55)
Dara Torres (55.57)
3:43.90   China
Y.Lou (57.88)
F.Xia (56.96)
Yong Zhuang (56.72)
Hong Qian
3:49.34   Australia
Jackie Grant (57.65)
Karen Van Wirdum (57.50)
Julie Pugh (57.80)
Angela Mullens (56.63)
3:49.48
4×200 m freestyle relay   United States
Mitzi Kremer (2:01.01)
Trina Radke (2:02.65)
Nancy Marley (2:00.70)
Francie O'Leary (2:02.18)
8:06.54   Australia
Julie McDonald (2:03.07)
Pippa Downes (2.04.13)
Sheridan Burge-Lopez (2:04.09]]
Susie Baumer (2:02.18)
8:13.58   Canada
J.Kerr (2:02.19)
P.Noall (2:04.29)
N.Lovrinic (2:05.93)
A.Higson (2:04.41)
8:16.82
4×100 m medley relay   United States
Kristin Linehan (1:03.66)
Susan Johnson (1:10.50)
Angel Myers (1:00.01)
Dara Torres (55.33)
4:09.50   Canada
L.Melien (1:04.26)
A.Higson (1:10.70)
M.Cater (1:02.96)
J.Kerr (55.98)
4:13.90   China
W.Yang (1:06.51)
X.Huang (1:10.60)
H.Qian (1:00.39)
F.Xia (56.72)
4:14.22

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Queensland to host Pan Pacs". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Results of the 1987 Pan Pacific" (PDF). USA Swimming. August 17, 1987. Retrieved March 4, 2014.
  3. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history Archived 2014-10-10 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Nilkon Pan OPacific Championships". Swim Canada (Sept): 8–9. 1987.

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