1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle

The men's 100 metre freestyle competition at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships took place on August 25–26 at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre.[1] The last champion was Michael Klim of Australia.[2]

Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the 1999 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
VenueSydney International Aquatic Centre
DatesAugust 25, 1999 (heats &
semifinals)
August 26, 1999 (final)
Competitors40 from 10 nations
Winning time48.98
Medalists
gold medal    Australia
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Australia
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This race consisted of two lengths of the pool, both lengths being in freestyle.[3]

RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan Pacific records were as follows:

World record   Alexander Popov (RUS) 48.21 Monte Carlo, Monaco June 18, 1994
Pan Pacific Championships record   Matt Biondi (USA) 49.17 Tokyo, Japan August 16, 1985

ResultsEdit

All times are in minutes and seconds.

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified CR Championships record NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best

HeatsEdit

The first round was held on August 25.[1]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Michael Klim   Australia 49.39 Q
2 Neil Walker   United States 49.97 Q
3 Chris Fydler   Australia 50.08 Q
4 Jason Lezak   United States 50.10 Q
5 Ian Thorpe   Australia 50.11 Q
6 Brock Newman   United States 50.14 Q
7 Jeffrey English   Australia 50.21 Q
8 Bryan Jones   United States 50.24 Q
9 Yannick Lupien   Canada 50.54 Q
10 Todd Pearson   Australia 50.57 Q
11 Dod Wales   United States 50.61 Q
12 Raymond Hass   Australia 50.62 Q
13 Jay Schryver   United States 50.82 Q
14 Shunsuke Ito   Japan 50.86 Q
15 Brad Schumacher   United States 50.95 Q
16 Joseph Marus   United States 50.98 Q
17 Salim Iles   Algeria 51.17
18 Nicholas Folker   South Africa 51.22
19 Ian Crocker   United States 51.23
20 Geoff Huegill   Australia 51.51
21 Nathan Rickard   Australia 51.52
22 Craig Hutchison   Canada 51.54
23 Mike Mintenko   Canada 51.65
24 Graham Duthie   Canada 51.93
25 Greg Main-Baillie   South Africa 51.97
26 Jake Steele   Canada 52.03
27 Tomohiro Yamanoi   Japan 52.11
27 Mark Johnston   Canada 52.11
29 Nicholas Sheeran   New Zealand 52.21
30 Rick Say   Canada 52.37
30 Brad Herring   New Zealand 52.37
32 Brian Johns   Canada 52.43
33 Scott Rice   New Zealand 52.63
34 Carl Probert   Fiji 52.99
35 Adam Sioui   Canada 53.20
36 Ryo Takayasu   Japan 53.39
37 Wing Fu   Hong Kong 53.46
38 Gentle Offoin   Nigeria 53.71
39 Mark Thompson   New Zealand 53.73
40 Colin Sood   Canada 53.86

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on August 25.[1]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Michael Klim   Australia 48.81 Q, CR
2 Chris Fydler   Australia 49.62 Q
3 Neil Walker   United States 49.70 Q
4 Ian Thorpe   Australia 49.71 Q
5 Brock Newman   United States 49.94 Q
6 Jason Lezak   United States 50.11 Q
7 Bryan Jones   United States 50.23 Q
8 Jeffrey English   Australia 50.40 Q
9 Yannick Lupien   Canada 50.47
10 Nicholas Folker   South Africa 50.72
11 Shunsuke Ito   Japan 50.90
12 Salim Iles   Algeria 51.47
13 Mike Mintenko   Canada 51.69
14 Graham Duthie   Canada 51.75
15 Greg Main-Baillie   South Africa 51.76
16 Craig Hutchison   Canada 51.87

FinalEdit

The final was held on August 26.[1]

Rank Lane Nationality Time Notes
  Michael Klim   Australia 48.98
  Neil Walker   United States 49.17
  Chris Fydler   Australia 49.42
4 Yannick Lupien   Canada 49.94 NR
5 Nicholas Folker   South Africa 50.36
6 Salim Iles   Algeria 51.09
7 Shunsuke Ito   Japan 51.30
8 Brock Newman   United States 51.85

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Results of the 1999 Pan Pacific". Swim News. September 1999. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history Archived 2014-10-10 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Swimming technical manual Archived July 28, 2011, at the Wayback Machine