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2002 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

The ninth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 2002 in Yokohama International Swimming Pool in Yokohama, Japan, from August 24–29. [1][2][3][4] One world record was set over the six-day competition.

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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  Jason Lezak (USA) 22.22   Anthony Ervin (USA) 22.28   Brett Hawke (AUS) 22.40
100 m freestyle
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  Ian Thorpe (AUS) 48.84   Ashley Callus (AUS) 49.26   Nate Dusing (USA) 49.47
200 m freestyle
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  Ian Thorpe (AUS) 1:44.75 CR   Grant Hackett (AUS) 1:45.84   Nate Dusing (USA) 1:48.11
400 m freestyle
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  Ian Thorpe (AUS) 3:45.28   Grant Hackett (AUS) 3:45.99   Klete Keller (USA) 3:48.40
800 m freestyle
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  Grant Hackett (AUS) 7:44.78 CR   Larsen Jensen (USA) 7:52.05   Chris Thompson (USA) 7:56.69
1500 m freestyle
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  Grant Hackett (AUS) 14:41.65 CR   Erik Vendt (USA) 15:02.24   Larsen Jensen (USA) 15:05.17
100 m backstroke
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  Aaron Peirsol (USA) 54.22   Randall Bal (USA) 54.45   Tomomi Morita (JPN) 55.29
200 m backstroke
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  Aaron Peirsol (USA) 1:56.88   Matt Welsh (AUS) 1:57.69   Keith Beavers (CAN) 1:59.35
100 m breaststroke
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  Kosuke Kitajima (JPN) 1:00.36   Brendan Hansen (USA) 1:00.84   Jim Piper (AUS) 1:01.68
200 m breaststroke
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  Brendan Hansen (USA) 2:11.80   Jim Piper (AUS) 2:12.53   Daisuke Kimura (JPN) 2:12.71
100 m butterfly
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  Ian Crocker (USA) 52.45   Geoff Huegill (AUS) 52.48   Mike Mintenko (CAN) 52.69
200 m butterfly
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  Tom Malchow (USA) 1:55.21 CR   Michael Phelps (USA) 1:55.41   Takashi Yamamoto (JPN) 1:55.57
200 m individual medley
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  Michael Phelps (USA) 1:59.70 CR   Takahiro Mori (JPN) 2:00.61   Tom Wilkens (USA) 2:01.17
400 m individual medley
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  Michael Phelps (USA) 4:12.48 CR   Erik Vendt (USA) 4:13.15   Takahiro Mori (JPN) 4:16.35
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Ashley Callus (49.26)
Todd Pearson (48.92)
Grant Hackett (49.05)
Ian Thorpe (47.92)
3:15.15   United States
Anthony Ervin (50.30)
Scott Tucker (48.66)
Nate Dusing (48.53)
Jason Lezak (47.92)
3:15.41   Canada
Yannick Lupien (49.90)
Mike Mintenko (49.66)
Rick Say (49.73)
Brent Hayden (48.40)
3:17.69
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Grant Hackett (1:46.60)
Craig Stevens (1:48.35)
Jason Cram (1:49.25)
Ian Thorpe (1:44.80)
7:09.00   United States
Nate Dusing (1:49.00)
Klete Keller (1:47.31)
Michael Phelps (1:47.49)
Chad Carvin (1:48.01)
7:11.81   Canada
Rick Say (1:49.71)
Mike Mintenko (1:49.37)
Mark Johnston (1:49.41)
Brian Johns (1:48.81)
7:17.30
4×100 m medley relay
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  United States
Aaron Peirsol (54.17)
Brendan Hansen (1:00.14)
Michael Phelps (51.13)
Jason Lezak (48.04)
3:33.48 WR   Australia
Matt Welsh (54.52)
Jim Piper (1:01.43)
Geoff Huegill (51.69)
Ian Thorpe (47.20)
3:34.84   Canada
Riley Janes (56.07)
Mike Brown (1:01.01)
Mike Mintenko (51.91)
Brent Hayden (48.58)
3:38.17

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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  Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.13   Jodie Henry (AUS) 25.32   Tammie Stone (USA) 25.42
100 m freestyle
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  Natalie Coughlin (USA) 53.99 CR   Jodie Henry (AUS) 54.55   Jenny Thompson (USA) 54.75
200 m freestyle
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  Lindsay Benko (USA) 1:58.74   Elka Graham (AUS) 1:59.72   Giaan Rooney (AUS) 1:59.82
400 m freestyle
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  Diana Munz (USA) 4:09.50   Lindsay Benko (USA) 4:10.28   Sachiko Yamada (JPN) 4:10.79
800 m freestyle
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  Diana Munz (USA) 8:30.45   Sachiko Yamada (JPN) 8:31.89   Hayley Peirsol (USA) 8:32.27
1500 m freestyle
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  Diana Munz (USA) 16:07.86   Sachiko Yamada (JPN) 16:16.28   Morgan Hentzen (USA) 16:29.25
100 m backstroke
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  Natalie Coughlin (USA) 59.72 CR   Dyana Calub (AUS) 1:01.49   Haley Cope (USA) 1:01.74
200 m backstroke
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  Margaret Hoelzer (USA) 2:11.00   Aya Terakawa (JPN) 2:12.28   Jennifer Fratesi (CAN) 2:12.71
100 m breaststroke
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  Amanda Beard (USA) 1:08.22   Tara Kirk (USA) 1:08.66   Luo Xuejuan (CHN) 1:08.70
200 m breaststroke
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  Amanda Beard (USA) 2:26.31   Leisel Jones (AUS) 2:26.42   Kristy Kowal (USA) 2:27.59
100 m butterfly
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  Natalie Coughlin (USA) 57.88 =CR   Petria Thomas (AUS) 58.11   Jenny Thompson (USA) 58.64
200 m butterfly
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  Petria Thomas (AUS) 2:08.31   Mary DeScenza (USA) 2:09.56   Emily Mason (USA) 2:10.59
200 m individual medley
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  Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) 2:13.42   Gabrielle Rose (USA) 2:13.93   Maggie Bowen (USA) 2:14.28
400 m individual medley
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  Jennifer Reilly (AUS) 4:40.84   Maggie Bowen (USA) 4:44.39   Maiko Fujino (JPN) 4:45.79
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Jodie Henry (54.94)
Alice Mills (55.15)
Petria Thomas (55.35)
Sarah Ryan (54.34)
3:39.78 CR   United States
Lindsay Benko (55.35)
Natalie Coughlin (54.69)
Rhi Jeffrey (55.34)
Jenny Thompson (54.85)
3:40.23   Japan
Tomoko Hagiwara (54.97)
Tomoko Nagai (55.10)
Norie Urabe (56.28)
Kaori Yamada (55.88)
3:42.23
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  United States
Natalie Coughlin (1:58.21)
Elizabeth Hill (2:00.92)
Diana Munz (1:59.58)
Lindsay Benko (1:58.25)
7:56.96 CR   Australia
Petria Thomas (1:59.77)
Elka Graham (1:59.14)
Giaan Rooney (1:59.72)
Alice Mills (2:00.62)
7:59.25   Japan
Tomoko Nagai (2:01.60)
Sachiko Yamada (2:00.46)
Norie Urabe (2:01.85)
Maki Mita (2:00.10)
8:04.01
4×100 m medley relay
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  Australia
Dyana Calub (1:01.98)
Leisel Jones (1:07.51)
Petria Thomas (56.94)
Jodie Henry (54.07)
4:00.50 CR   United States
Natalie Coughlin (1:00.09)
Amanda Beard (1:07.76)
Jenny Thompson (58.32)
Lindsay Benko (54.98)
4:01.15   Canada
Erin Gammel (1:02.32)
Rhiannon Leier (1:09.22)
Jen Button (59.16)
Laura Nicholls (54.99)
4:05.69

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)21161552
2  Australia (AUS)1114328
3  Japan (JPN)24814
4  Canada (CAN)0077
5  China (CHN)0011
Totals (5 nations)343434102

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results of the 2002 Pan Pacific". Best Swimming (in Portuguese). June 4, 2006. Archived from the original on February 22, 2014. Retrieved February 8, 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  2. ^ "Results, Rankings, and Records". Swimming World Magazine. August 30, 2002. Retrieved February 8, 2014.
  3. ^ "Schedule". Swimming World Magazine. August 20, 2002. Retrieved February 8, 2014.
  4. ^ 2002 Pan Pacific held in Yokohama International Swimming Pool