1995 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

The sixth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event involving countries in the Pacific region, was held in 1995 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, from August 10–13.[1][2][3][4]

The meet served as the swimming test event for the 1996 Olympics.

Competing nationsEdit

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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  Gary Hall, Jr. (USA) 22.30   David Fox (USA) 22.31   Chris Fydler (AUS) 22.64
100 m freestyle
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  Gary Hall, Jr. (USA) 49.47   Jon Olsen (USA) 49.56   Chris Fydler (AUS) 49.95
200 m freestyle
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  Danyon Loader (NZL) 1:48.72 NR   Daniel Kowalski (AUS) 1:49.14   Chad Carvin (USA) 1:49.38
400 m freestyle
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  Daniel Kowalski (AUS) 3:50.01   Danyon Loader (NZL) 3:50.11   Chad Carvin (USA) 3:50.47
800 m freestyle
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  Daniel Kowalski (AUS) 7:50.28   Kieren Perkins (AUS) 7:50.80   Glen Housman (AUS) 7:54.66
1500 m freestyle
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  Kieren Perkins (AUS) 14:58.92   Daniel Kowalski (AUS) 15:02.20   Carlton Bruner (USA) 15:17.13
100 m backstroke
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  Jeff Rouse (USA) 54.99   Tripp Schwenk (USA) 55.18   Mark Versfeld (CAN) 56.08
200 m backstroke
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  Tripp Schwenk (USA) 1:58.97   Tom Dolan (USA) 2:00.18   Ryuji Horii (JPN) 2:00.56
100 m breaststroke
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  Eric Wunderlich (USA) 1:01.80   Phil Rogers (AUS) 1:01.83   Kurt Grote (USA) 1:02.19
200 m breaststroke
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  Akira Hayashi (JPN) 2:13.60 AS   Eric Wunderlich (USA) 2:15.29   Phil Rogers (AUS) 2:15.32
100 m butterfly
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  Scott Miller (AUS) 53.07   Mark Henderson (USA) 53.69   Adam Pine (AUS) 54.02
200 m butterfly
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  Scott Miller (AUS) 1:57.86   Scott Goodman (AUS) 1:58.65   Matt Hooper (USA) 1:58.83
200 m individual medley
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  Tom Dolan (USA) 2:00.89   Matthew Dunn (AUS) 2:01.48   Curtis Myden (CAN) 2:01.80
400 m individual medley
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  Tom Dolan (USA) 4:14.77   Eric Namesnik (USA) 4:15.39   Matthew Dunn (AUS) 4:18.83
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  United States
David Fox (49.32)
Joe Hudepohl (49.11)
Jon Olsen (48.17)
Gary Hall, Jr. (48.51)
3:15.11 WR   Australia
Chris Fydler (49.72)
Darren Lange (49.92)
Michael Klim (50.24)
Richard Upton (49.79)
3:19.67   New Zealand
John Steel (50.76)
Nicholas Tongue (50.48)
Trent Bray (50.02)
Danyon Loader (50.26)
3:21.52 NR
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Malcolm Allen (1:50.13)
Glen Housman (1:48.57)
Matthew Dunn (1:48.74)
Daniel Kowalski (1:50.08)
7:17.52   United States
Jon Olsen (1:49.72)
Chad Carvin (1:48.88)
Joe Hudepohl (1:49.15)
Tom Dolan (1:50.13)
7:17.88   New Zealand
Trent Bray (1:49.46)
John Steel (1:54.75)
Guy Callaghan (1:54.85)
Danyon Loader (1:48.84)
7:27.90
4×100 m medley relay
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  United States
Jeff Rouse (54.58)
Eric Wunderlich (1:01.67)
Mark Henderson (52.84)
Gary Hall, Jr. (47.95)
3:37.04   Australia
Steven Dewick (56.78)
Phil Rogers (1:01.39)
Scott Miller (52.51)
Chris Fydler (48.94)
3:39.62   Japan
Hajime Itoi (56.64)
Akira Hayashi (1:01.26)
Takashi Yamamoto (53.84)
Yukihiro Matsushita (50.58)
3:42.32

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

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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  Amy Van Dyken (USA) 25.03 NR   Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.38   Sumika Minamoto (JPN) 25.74
100 m freestyle
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  Jenny Thompson (USA) 55.31   Amy Van Dyken (USA) 56.13   Suzu Chiba (Japan) 56.17
200 m freestyle
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  Suzu Chiba (Japan) 2:00.00   Cristina Teuscher (USA) 2:00.38   Claudia Poll (CRC) 2:00.46
400 m freestyle
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  Brooke Bennett (USA) 4:10.46   Trina Jackson (USA) 4:11.04   Hayley Lewis (AUS) 4:11.26
800 m freestyle
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  Hayley Lewis (AUS) 8:28.78   Brooke Bennett (USA) 8:29.21   Trina Jackson (USA) 8:36.61
1500 m freestyle
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  Brooke Bennett (USA) 16:15.58   Hayley Lewis (AUS) 16:15.73   Stacey Gartrell (AUS) 16:34.93
100 m backstroke
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  Noriko Inada (JPN) 1:02.21 NR   Nicole Stevenson (AUS) 1:02.17   Mai Nakamura (JPN) 1:02.22
200 m backstroke
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  Nicole Stevenson (AUS) 2:11.26   Noriko Inada (JPN) 2:11.54 NR   Whitney Hedgepeth (USA) 2:11.95
100 m breaststroke
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  Penelope Heyns (RSA) 1:08.09 NR   Guylaine Cloutier (CAN) 1:09.48   Amanda Beard (USA) 1:09.90
200 m breaststroke
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  Samantha Riley (AUS) 2:24.81 CWR   Penelope Heyns (RSA) 2:27.68 NR   Amanda Beard (USA) 2:28.20
100 m butterfly
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  Susie O'Neill (AUS) 59.58 CWR   Jenny Thompson (USA) 59.83   Jessica Amey (CAN) 1:00.24 NR
200 m butterfly
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  Susie O'Neill (AUS) 2:07.29 CWR   Mika Haruna (JPN) 2:10.88   Whitney Phelps (USA) 2:11.25
200 m individual medley
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  Elli Overton (AUS) 2:14.68 CWR   Joanne Malar (CAN) 2:15.45   Anna Windsor (AUS) 2:16.13
400 m individual medley
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  Fumie Kurotori (JPN) 4:44.22   Allison Wagner (USA) 4:45.52   Elli Overton (AUS) 4:46.24
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  United States
Amy Van Dyken (55.76)
Angel Martino (55.58)
Melanie Valerio (55.55)
Jenny Thompson (54.70)
3:41.59   Australia
Karin Dunne (56.65)
Sarah Ryan (55.21)
Anna Windsor (56.25)
Susie O'Neill (54.88)
3:42.99   Japan
Sumika Minamoto (56.50)
Naoko Imoto (56.59)
Eri Yamanoi (56.81)
Suzu Chiba (54.99)
3:44.89 NR
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  United States
Cristina Teuscher (1:59.65)
Melanie Valerio (2:01.71)
Trina Jackson (2:00.51)
Jenny Thompson (2:00.81)
8:02.68   Australia
Julia Greville (2:01.53)
Emma Johnson (2:01.89)
Anna Windsor (2:01.98)
Susie O'Neill (1:58.35)
8:03.75   Canada
Katie Brambley (2:01.46)
Marianne Limpert (2:02.27)
Shannon Shakespeare (2:01.74)
Joanne Malar (2:02.32)
8:07.79 NR
4×100 m medley relay
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  Australia
Nicole Livingstone (1:01.95)
Samantha Riley (1:07.19)
Susie O'Neill (58.82)
Sarah Ryan (54.97)
4:02.93   United States
Lea Loveless (1:01.98)
Amanda Beard (1:09.26)
Jenny Thompson (59.83)
Amy Van Dyken (54.53)
4:05.60   Japan
Noriko Inada (1:01.58)
Masami Tanaka (1:10.24)
Ayari Aoyama (1:00.48)
Suzu Chiba (54.88)
4:07.18 NR

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

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results of the 1995 Pan Pacific" (PDF). USA Swimming. August 14, 1995. Retrieved February 7, 2020.
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history Archived 2014-10-10 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "1995 Pan Pacific results". Swim News. August 14, 1995. Retrieved March 4, 2014.
  4. ^ "1995 Pan Pacific Results". Archive. September 1995. Retrieved March 13, 2014.