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2008 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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The 9th FINA Swimming World Championships (25 m) were held at the Manchester Arena, in Manchester, United Kingdom 9–13 April 2008.

Short Course Worlds
Host cityManchester, United Kingdom
Date(s)9–13 April 2008
Venue(s)Manchester Arena

The United States topped the medal table with 10 gold medals, though host team Great Britain took home the most medals (24).

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

KeyEdit

  • WR - World record
  • ER - European record
  • CR - Championship record

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Freestyle
Men's 50 m Duje Draganja
  Croatia
20.81
WR
Mark Foster
  Great Britain
21.31 Gerhard Zandberg
  South Africa
21.33
Men's 100 m Nathan Adrian
  United States
46.67
CR
Filippo Magnini
  Italy
46.70 Duje Draganja
  Croatia
46.83
Men's 200 m Kenrick Monk
  Australia
1:43.46 Kirk Palmer
  Australia
1:43.50 Massimiliano Rosolino
  Italy
1:44.23
Men's 400 m Yury Prilukov
  Russia
3:37.35
ER
Massimiliano Rosolino
  Italy
3:39.60 Robert Renwick
  Great Britain
3:40.22
Men's 1500 m Yury Prilukov
  Russia
14:22.98
CR
David Davies
  Great Britain
14:36.30 Mateusz Sawrymowicz
  Poland
14:43.37
Backstroke
Men's 50 m Peter Marshall
  United States
23.49 Liam Tancock
  Great Britain
23.53 Ashley Delaney
  Australia
23.57
Men's 100 m Liam Tancock
  Great Britain
50.14
ER
Randall Bal
  United States
50.42 Stanislav Donets
  Russia
50.53
Men's 200 m Markus Rogan
  Austria
1:47.84
WR
Ryan Lochte
  United States
1:47.91 Stanislav Donets
  Russia
1:50.45
Breaststroke
Men's 50 m Oleg Lisogor
  Ukraine
26.46 Mark Gangloff
  United States
26.54 Cameron van der Burgh
  South Africa
26.67
Men's 100 m Igor Borysik
  Ukraine
57.74
CR
Cameron van der Burgh
  South Africa
57.92 Oleg Lisogor
  Ukraine
58.08
Men's 200 m Kristopher Gilchrist
  Great Britain
2:06.18 Igor Borysik
  Ukraine
2:06.21 William Diering
  South Africa
2:06.85
Butterfly
Men's 50 m Adam Pine
  Australia
22.78 Sergiy Breus
  Ukraine
22.86
ER
Evgeny Korotyshkin
  Russia
22.94
Men's 100 m Peter Mankoč
  Slovenia
50.04
CR
Adam Pine
  Australia
50.54 Nikolay Skvortsov
  Russia
50.78
Men's 200 m Moss Burmester
  New Zealand
1:51.05
CR
Nikolay Skvortsov
  Russia
1:51.83 Paweł Korzeniowski
  Poland
1:52.25
Individual medley
Men's 100 m Ryan Lochte
  United States
51.15
WR
Peter Mankoč
  Slovenia
52.21
ER
Liam Tancock
  Great Britain
52.22
Men's 200 m Ryan Lochte
  United States
1:51.56
WR
Liam Tancock
  Great Britain
1:53.10 James Goddard
  Great Britain
1:55.15
Men's 400 m Ryan Lochte
  United States
4:03.21 Robert Margalis
  United States
4:03.74 Ioannis Drymonakos
  Greece
4:05.11
Freestyle relay
Men's 4×100 m   United States
Ryan Lochte
Bryan Lundquist
Nathan Adrian
Doug Van Wie
3:08.44
WR
  Netherlands
Robert Lijesen
Bas van Velthoven
Mitja Zastrow
Robin van Aggele
3:09.18
ER
  Sweden
Petter Stymne
Stefan Nystrand
Lars Frölander
Marcus Piehl
3:10.04
Men's 4×200 m   Australia
Kirk Palmer
Grant Brits
Nicholas Sprenger
Kenrick Monk
6:55.65
CR
  Great Britain
Robert Renwick
David Carry
Andrew Hunter
Ross Davenport
6:56.52
ER
  Italy
Emiliano Brembilla
Massimiliano Rosolino
Nicola Cassio
Filippo Magnini
6:58.39
Medley relay
Men's 4×100 m   Russia
Stanislav Donets
Sergey Geybel
Evgeny Korotyshkin
Alexander Sukhorukov
3:24.29
WR
  United States
Randall Bal
Mark Gangloff
Ryan Lochte
Nathan Adrian
3:24.38   New Zealand
Daniel Bell
Glenn Snyders
Corney Swanepoel
Cameron Gibson
3:27.15

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Freestyle
Women's 50 m Marleen Veldhuis
  Netherlands
23.25
WR
Hinkelien Schreuder
  Netherlands
23.83 Francesca Halsall
  Great Britain
24.11
Women's's 100 m Marleen Veldhuis
  Netherlands
52.17
=CR
Francesca Halsall
  Great Britain
52.79 Hanna-Maria Seppälä
  Finland
52.94
Women's 200 m Kylie Palmer
  Australia
1:54.41 Femke Heemskerk
  Netherlands
1:54.65 Caitlin McClatchey
  Great Britain
1:55.15
Women's 400 m Kylie Palmer
  Australia
3:59.23
CR
Camelia Potec
  Romania
4:01.06 Joanne Jackson
  Great Britain
4:01.11
Women's 800 m Rebecca Adlington
  Great Britain
8:08.25
ER, CR
Kylie Palmer
  Australia
8:12.32 Erika Villaécija García
  Spain
8:13.93
Backstroke
Women's 50 m Sanja Jovanović
  Croatia
26.37
WR
Gao Chang
  China
26.70 Kateryna Zubkova
  Ukraine
26.81
Women's 100 m Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe
57.10
CR
Kateryna Zubkova
  Ukraine
57.15
ER
Sanja Jovanović
  Croatia
57.80
Women's 200 m Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe
2:00.91
WR
Elizabeth Simmonds
  Great Britain
2:02.60
ER
Margaret Hoelzer
  United States
2:03.85
Breaststroke
Women's 50 m Jessica Hardy
  United States
29.58
WR
Kate Haywood
  Great Britain
Sarah Katsoulis
  Australia
30.35
Women's 100 m Jessica Hardy
  United States
1:04.22
CR
Jade Edmistone
  Australia
1:04.93 Suzaan van Biljon
  South Africa
1:05.38
Women's 200 m Suzaan van Biljon
  South Africa
2:18.73
CR
Sally Foster
  Australia
2:20.11 Yuliya Yefimova
  Russia
2:20.48
Butterfly
Women's 50 m Felicity Galvez
  Australia
25.32
WR
Hinkelien Schreuder
  Netherlands
25.40 Inge Dekker
  Netherlands
25.60
Women's 100 m Felicity Galvez
  Australia
55.89
WR
Rachel Komisarz
  United States
56.32 Jemma Lowe
  Great Britain
56.84
Women's 200 m Mary Descenza
  United States
2:04.27
CR
Felicity Galvez
  Australia
2:04.90 Jessica Dickons
  Great Britain
2:05.09
Individual medley
Women's 100 m Shayne Reese
  Australia
59.58 Hanna-Maria Seppälä
  Finland
59.62
ER
Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe
59.77
Women's 200 m Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe
2:06.13
WR
Mireia Belmonte García
  Spain
2:07.47
ER
Hannah Miley
  Great Britain
2:08.79
Women's 400 m Kirsty Coventry
  Zimbabwe
4:26.52
WR
Hannah Miley
  Great Britain
4:27.27
ER
Mireia Belmonte García
  Spain
4:27.55
Freestyle relay
Women's 4×100 m   Netherlands
Hinkelien Schreuder
Femke Heemskerk
Inge Dekker
Marleen Veldhuis
3:29.42
WR
  Australia
Alice Mills
Shayne Reese
Kelly Stubbins
Angie Bainbridge
3:32.00   Great Britain
Francesca Halsall
Caitlin McClatchey
Julia Beckett
Melanie Marshall
3:32.88
Women's 4×200 m   Netherlands
Inge Dekker
Femke Heemskerk
Marleen Veldhuis
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
7:38.90
WR
  Great Britain
Joanne Jackson
Melanie Marshall
Caitlin McClatchey
Rebecca Adlington
7:38.96   Australia
Bronte Barratt
Angie Bainbridge
Kelly Stubbins
Kylie Palmer
7:39.01
Medley relay
Women's 4×100 m   United States
Margaret Hoelzer
Jessica Hardy
Rachel Komisarz
Kara Denby
3:51.36
WR
  Australia
Rachel Goh
Sarah Katsoulis
Felicity Galvez
Alice Mills
3:52.01   Great Britain
Elizabeth Simmonds
Kate Haywood
Jemma Lowe
Francesca Halsall
3:53.02
ER

Medals tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)106117
2  Australia (AUS)89118
3  Netherlands (NED)4419
4  Zimbabwe (ZIM)4015
5  Great Britain (GBR)3101124
6  Russia (RUS)3159
7  Ukraine (UKR)2327
8  Croatia (CRO)2024
9  South Africa (RSA)1146
10  Slovenia (SLO)1102
11  Austria (AUT)1012
  New Zealand (NZL)1012
13  Italy (ITA)0224
14  Spain (ESP)0123
15  Finland (FIN)0112
16  China (CHN)0101
  Romania (ROM)0101
18  Poland (POL)0022
19  Greece (GRE)0011
  Sweden (SWE)0011
Totals (20 nations)404139120

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