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2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

The 2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, also known as the 2014 Hancock Prospecting Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, from 21 to 25 August 2014.[1]

2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships
2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships logo.jpg
Host cityGold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Date(s)21–25 August 2014
Venue(s)Gold Coast Aquatic Centre
Nations participating23
Events36
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Qualifying criteriaEdit

Unlike the World Championships and Olympic Games, nations can enter as many people as they like in the preliminaries of each event (in most international meets, only two swimmers from each nation are permitted). However, only two swimmers per nation can qualify for the semi-finals and finals. Prior to FINA's creation of semi-finals in the late 1990s, a total of 3 swimmers per country could qualify for the final and consolation heats of an event, with no more than 2 swimmers per country in a final or consolation.

For relays, each country may enter up to one team in each relay event to swim in the final heat and count toward the team score. Countries may also enter a “B” relay that will swim in a preceding heat. These “B” relays may not score points and are not eligible for medals. An NOC may enter up to 1 swimmer per sex (2 total), if they have no swimmers meeting any qualifying B standard.

Participating nationsEdit

ResultsEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Bruno Fratus
  Brazil
21.44 CR Anthony Ervin
  United States
21.73 Nathan Adrian
  United States
21.80
100 m freestyle
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Cameron McEvoy
  Australia
47.82 CR Nathan Adrian
  United States
48.30 James Magnussen
  Australia
48.36
200 m freestyle
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Thomas Fraser-Holmes
  Australia
1:45.98 Kosuke Hagino
  Japan
1:46.08 Cameron McEvoy
  Australia
1:46.36
400 m freestyle
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Park Tae-hwan
  South Korea
3:43.15 Kosuke Hagino
  Japan
3:44.56 Connor Jaeger
  United States
3:45.31
800 m freestyle
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Ryan Cochrane
  Canada
7.45.39 Mack Horton
  Australia
7.47.73 Connor Jaeger
  United States
7.47.75
1500 m freestyle
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Connor Jaeger
  United States
14:51.79 Ryan Cochrane
  Canada
14:51.97 Mack Horton
  Australia
14:52.78
100 m backstroke
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Ryosuke Irie
  Japan
53.02 Matt Grevers
  United States
53.09 Ryan Murphy
  United States
53.27
200 m backstroke
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Tyler Clary
  United States
1:54.91 Ryosuke Irie
  Japan
1:55.14 Mitch Larkin
  Australia
1:55.27
100 m breaststroke
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Yasuhiro Koseki
  Japan
59.62 Felipe França Silva
  Brazil
59.82 Glenn Snyders
  New Zealand
1:00.18
200 m breaststroke
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Yasuhiro Koseki
  Japan
2.08.57 Nicolas Fink
  United States
2.08.94 Kazuki Kohinata
  Japan
2.10.14
100 m butterfly
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Michael Phelps
  United States
51.29 Ryan Lochte
  United States
51.67 Hirofumi Ikebata
  Japan
52.50
200 m butterfly
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Daiya Seto
  Japan
1:54.92 Leonardo de Deus
  Brazil
1:55.28 Tyler Clary
  United States
1:55.42
200 m individual medley
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Kosuke Hagino
  Japan
1.56.02 Michael Phelps
  United States
1.56.04 Daiya Seto
  Japan
1.57.72
400 m individual medley
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Kosuke Hagino
  Japan
4:08.31 Tyler Clary
  United States
4:09.03 Chase Kalisz
  United States
4:09.62
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Tommaso D'Orsogna (49.29)
James Magnussen (47.68)
Matthew Abood (48.23)
Cameron McEvoy (47.60)
3:12.80   United States
Michael Phelps (48.88)
Nathan Adrian (47.71)
Anthony Ervin (48.57)
Ryan Lochte (48.20)
3:13.36   Brazil
João de Lucca (49.05)
Marcelo Chierighini (47.91)
Bruno Fratus (48.00)
Nicolas Oliveira (48.63)
3:13.59
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  United States
Conor Dwyer (1:47.08)
Michael Phelps (1:46.08)
Ryan Lochte (1:45.57)
Matt McLean (1:46.44)
7:05.17   Japan
Kosuke Hagino (1:46.13)
Reo Sakata (1:45.78)
Yuki Kobori (1:46.81)
Takeshi Matsuda (1:46.58)
7:05.30   Australia
David McKeon (1:46.85)
Cameron McEvoy (1:48.12)
Mack Horton (1:47.06)
Thomas Fraser-Holmes (1:46.52)
7:08.55
4×100 m medley relay
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  United States
Matt Grevers (53.10)
Kevin Cordes (58.64)
Michael Phelps (50.60)
Nathan Adrian (47.60)
3.29.94 CR   Japan
Ryosuke Irie (52.99)
Yasuhiro Koseki (59.52)
Hirofumi Ikebata (51.81)
Katsumi Nakamura (47.76)
3.32.08   Australia
Mitch Larkin (53.46)
Jake Packard (1:00.02)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (52.34)
Cameron McEvoy (47.63)
3.33.45
10 km open water
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Andrew Gemmell
  United States
1:51:11 Jarrod Poort
  Australia
1:52:12 Kane Radford
  New Zealand
1:52:13

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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Cate Campbell
  Australia
23.96 CR Bronte Campbell
  Australia
24.56 Chantal van Landeghem
  Canada
24.69
100 m freestyle
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Cate Campbell
  Australia
52.72 Bronte Campbell
  Australia
53.45 Simone Manuel
  United States
53.71
200 m freestyle
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Katie Ledecky
  United States
1:55.74 CR Bronte Barratt
  Australia
1:57.22 Shannon Vreeland
  United States
1:57.38
400 m freestyle
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Katie Ledecky
  United States
3:58.37 WR Cierra Runge
  United States
4:04.55 Lauren Boyle
  New Zealand
4:05.33
800 m freestyle
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Katie Ledecky
  United States
8:11.35 CR Lauren Boyle
  New Zealand
8:18.87 Brittany MacLean
  Canada
8:20.02
1500 m freestyle
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Katie Ledecky
  United States
15.28.36 WR Lauren Boyle
  New Zealand
15.55.69 Brittany MacLean
  Canada
15.57.15
100 m backstroke
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Emily Seebohm
  Australia
58.84 CR Belinda Hocking
  Australia
59.78 Missy Franklin
  United States
1:00.30
200 m backstroke
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Belinda Hocking
  Australia
2:07.49 Emily Seebohm
  Australia
2:07.61 Elizabeth Beisel
  United States
2:08.33
100 m breaststroke
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Jessica Hardy
  United States
1:06.74 Kanako Watanabe
  Japan
1:06.78 Breeja Larson
  United States
1:06.99
200 m breaststroke
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Kanako Watanabe
  Japan
2.21.41 Rie Kaneto
  Japan
2.21.90 Taylor McKeown
  Australia
2.22.89
100 m butterfly
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Alicia Coutts
  Australia
57.64 Lu Ying
  China
57.76 Kendyl Stewart
  United States
57.82
200 m butterfly
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Cammile Adams
  United States
2:06.61 Natsumi Hoshi
  Japan
2:06.68 Katie McLaughlin
  United States
2:07.08
200 m individual medley
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Maya DiRado
  United States
2.09.93 =CR Alicia Coutts
  Australia
2.10.25 Caitlin Leverenz
  United States
2.10.67
400 m individual medley
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Elizabeth Beisel
  United States
4:31.99 CR Maya DiRado
  United States
4:35.37 Keryn McMaster
  Australia
4:38.84
4×100 m freestyle relay
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  Australia
Cate Campbell (52.89)
Brittany Elmslie (53.72)
Melanie Schlanger (52.97)
Bronte Campbell (52.88)
3:32.46 CR   United States
Simone Manuel (53.25)
Missy Franklin (53.38)
Abbey Weitzeil (53.81)
Shannon Vreeland (53.79)
3:34.23   Japan
Miki Uchida (54.76)
Misaki Yamaguchi (54.83)
Yasuko Miyamoto (55.05)
Yayoi Matsumoto (54.42)
3:39.06
4×200 m freestyle relay
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  United States
Shannon Vreeland (1:57.89)
Missy Franklin (1:56.12)
Leah Smith (1:58.03)
Katie Ledecky (1:54.36)
7:46.40 CR   Australia
Bronte Barratt (1:58.07)
Emma McKeon (1:55.85)
Brittany Elmslie (1:56.92)
Melanie Schlanger (1:56.63)
7:47.47   Canada
Brittany MacLean (1:57.67)
Samantha Cheverton (1:58.70)
Alyson Ackman (2:00.14)
Emily Overholt (2:01.52)
7:58.03
4×100 m medley relay
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  Australia
Emily Seebohm (59.44)
Lorna Tonks (1:07.44)
Alicia Coutts (56.76)
Cate Campbell (51.85)
3.55.49   United States
Missy Franklin (59.99)
Jessica Hardy (1:06.35)
Kendyl Stewart (57.62)
Simone Manuel (53.45)
3.57.41   Canada
Brooklynn Snodgrass (1:00.48)
Kierra Smith (1:08.09)
Katerine Savard (57.46)
Chantal van Landeghem (53.82)
3.59.85
10 km open water
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Haley Anderson
  United States
1:59:51 Eva Fabian
  United States
1:59:52 Chelsea Gubecka
  Australia
1:59:54

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)16131443
2  Australia (AUS)*109928
3  Japan (JPN)78419
4  Brazil (BRA)1214
5  Canada (CAN)1157
6  South Korea (KOR)1001
7  New Zealand (NZL)0235
8  China (CHN)0101
Totals (8 nations)363636108

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Hancock Prospecting Pan Pacific Championships About The Event". Swimming Australia. August 2014. Retrieved 23 August 2014.

External linksEdit