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Swimming at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships

The Swimming competition of the 10th FINA World Aquatics Championships consisted of 40 long course (50m) events, swum July 20–27, 2003 in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2] Swimming's 40 events were split evenly between males and females (20 each) and were:

Participating nationsEdit

Event scheduleEdit

ResultsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m free
  details
Alexander Popov
    Russia
21.92
CR
Mark Foster
    Great Britain
22.20 Pieter van den Hoogenband
    Netherlands
22.29
100m free
  details
Alexander Popov
    Russia
48.42 Pieter van den Hoogenband
    Netherlands
48.68 Ian Thorpe
    Australia
48.77
200m free
  details
Ian Thorpe
    Australia
1:45.14 Pieter van den Hoogenband
    Netherlands
1:46.43 Grant Hackett
    Australia
1:46.85
400m free
  details
Ian Thorpe
    Australia
3:42.58 Grant Hackett
    Australia
3:45.17 Dragoş Coman
    Romania
3:46.87
800m free
  details
Grant Hackett
    Australia
7:43.82 Larsen Jensen
    USA
7:48.09 Igor Chervynskyi
    Ukraine
7:53.15
1500m free
  details
Grant Hackett
    Australia
14:43.14 Igor Chervynskyi
    Ukraine
15:01.04 Erik Vendt
    USA
15:01.28
50m back
  details
Thomas Rupprath
    Germany
24.80
WR
Matt Welsh
    Australia
25.01 Gerhard Zandberg
    South Africa
25.07
100m back
  details
Aaron Peirsol
    USA
53.61
CR
Arkady Vyatchanin
    Russia

Matt Welsh
    Australia
53.92   not awarded
200m back
  details
Aaron Peirsol
    USA
1:55.92 Gordan Kožulj
    Croatia
1:57.47 Simon Dufour
    France
1:57.90
50m breast
  details
James Gibson
    Great Britain
27.56 Oleg Lisogor
    Ukraine
27.74 Mihály Flaskay
    Hungary
27.79
100m breast
  details
Kosuke Kitajima
    Japan
59.78
WR
Brendan Hansen
    USA
1:00.21 James Gibson
    Great Britain
1:00.37
200m breast
  details
Kosuke Kitajima
    Japan
2:09.42
WR
Ian Edmond
    Great Britain
2:10.92 Brendan Hansen
    USA
2:11.11
50m fly
  details
Matt Welsh
    Australia
23.43
WR
Ian Crocker
    USA
23.62 Yevgeny Korotyshkin
    Russia
23.73
100m fly
  details
Ian Crocker
    USA
50.98
WR
Michael Phelps
    USA
51.10 Andrei Serdinov
    Ukraine
51.59
200m fly
  details
Michael Phelps
    USA
1:54.35 Takashi Yamamoto
    Japan
1:55.52 Tom Malchow
    USA
1:55.66
200m IM
  details
Michael Phelps
    USA
1:56.04
WR
Ian Thorpe
    Australia
1:59.66 Massimiliano Rosolino
    Italy
1:59.71
400m IM
  details
Michael Phelps
    USA
4:09.09
WR
László Cseh
    Hungary
4:10.79 Oussama Mellouli
    Tunisia
4:15.36
4 × 100 m
  free relay
details
  Russia
  Andrei Kapralov
  Ivan Usov
  Denis Pimankov
  Alexander Popov
3:14.06   USA
  Scott Tucker
  Neil Walker
  Ryan Wochomurka
  Jason Lezak
3:14.80   France
  Romain Barnier
  Julien Sicot
  Fabien Gilot
  Frédérick Bousquet
3:15.66
4 × 200 m
  free relay
details
  Australia
  Grant Hackett
  Craig Stevens
  Nicholas Sprenger
  Ian Thorpe
7:08.58   USA
  Michael Phelps
  Nate Dusing
  Aaron Peirsol
  Klete Keller
7:10.26   Germany
  Johannes Oesterling
  Lars Conrad
  Stefan Herbst
  Christian Keller
7:14.02
4 × 100 m
  medley relay
details
  USA
  Aaron Peirsol
  Brendan Hansen
  Ian Crocker
  Jason Lezak
3:31.54
WR
  Russia
  Arkady Vyatchanin
  Roman Ivanovski
  Igor Marchenko
  Alexander Popov
3:34.72   Japan
  Tomomi Morita
  Kosuke Kitajima
  Takashi Yamamoto
  Daisuke Hosokawa
3:36.12

Legend: WRWorld Record; CRChampionship Record

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m free
  details
Inge de Bruijn
    Netherlands
24.47 Alice Mills
    Australia
25.07 Libby Lenton
    Australia
25.08
100m free
  details
Hanna-Maria Seppälä
    Finland
54.37 Jodie Henry
    Australia
54.58 Jenny Thompson
    USA
54.65
200m free
  details
Alena Popchanka
    Belarus
1:58.32 Martina Moravcová
    Slovakia
1:58.44 Yang Yu
    China
1:58.54
400m free
  details
Hannah Stockbauer
    Germany
4:06.75 Éva Risztov
    Hungary
4:07.24 Diana Munz
    USA
4:07.67
800m free
  details
Hannah Stockbauer
    Germany
8:23.66
CR
Diana Munz
    USA
8:24.19 Rebecca Cooke
    Great Britain
8:28.45
1500m free
  details
Hannah Stockbauer
    Germany
16:00.18
CR
Hayley Peirsol
    USA
16:09.64 Jana Henke
    Germany
16:10.13
50m back
  details
Nina Zhivanevskaya
    Spain
28.48
CR
Ilona Hlaváčková
    Czech Republic
28.50 Noriko Inada
    Japan
28.62
100m back
  details
Antje Buschschulte
    Germany
1:00.50 Louise Ørnstedt
    Denmark

Katy Sexton
    Great Britain
1:00.86   not awarded
200m back
  details
Katy Sexton
    Great Britain
2:08.74 Margaret Hoelzer
    USA
2:09.24 Stanislava Komarova
    Russia
2:10.17
50m breast
  details
Luo Xuejuan
    China
30.67 Brooke Hanson
    Australia
31.13 Zoë Baker
    Great Britain
31.37
100m breast
  details
Luo Xuejuan
    China
1:06.80 Amanda Beard
    USA
1:07.42 Leisel Jones
    Australia
1:07.47
200m breast
  details
Amanda Beard
    USA
2:22.99
WR
Leisel Jones
    Australia
2:24.33 Qi Hui
    China
2:25.78
50m fly
  details
Inge de Bruijn
    Netherlands
25.84
CR
Jenny Thompson
    USA
26.00 Anna-Karin Kammerling
    Sweden
26.06
100m fly
  details
Jenny Thompson
    USA
57.96
CR
Otylia Jędrzejczak
    Poland
58.22 Martina Moravcová
    Slovakia
58.24
200m fly
  details
Otylia Jędrzejczak
    Poland
2:07.56 Éva Risztov
    Hungary
2:07.68 Yuko Nakanishi
    Japan
2:08.08
200m IM
  details
Yana Klochkova
    Ukraine
2:10.75 Alice Mills
    Australia
2:12.75 Zhou Yafei
    China
2:12.92
400m IM
  details
Yana Klochkova
    Ukraine
4:36.74 Éva Risztov
    Hungary
4:37.39 Beatrice Câșlaru
    Romania
4:41.86
4 × 100 m
  free relay
details
  USA
  Natalie Coughlin
  Lindsay Benko
  Rhi Jeffrey
  Jenny Thompson
3:38.09   Germany
  Petra Dallmann
  Katrin Meissner
  Antje Buschschulte
  Sandra Völker
3:38.73   Australia
  Libby Lenton
  Elka Graham
  Jodie Henry
  Alice Mills
3:38.83
4 × 200 m
  free relay
details
  USA
  Lindsay Benko
  Rachel Komisarz
  Rhi Jeffrey
  Diana Munz
7:55.70
CR
  Australia
  Elka Graham
  Linda Mackenzie
  Kirsten Thomson
  Alice Mills
7:58.42   China
  Zhou Yafei
  Xu Yanwei
  Pang Jiaying
  Yang Yu
7:58.53
4 × 100 m
  medley relay
details
  China
  Zhan Shu
  Luo Xuejuan
  Zhou Yafei
  Yang Yu
3:59.89
CR
  USA
  Natalie Coughlin
  Amanda Beard
  Jenny Thompson
  Lindsay Benko
4:00.83   Australia
  Giaan Rooney
  Leisel Jones
  Jessicah Schipper
  Jodie Henry
4:01.37

Legend: WRWorld Record; CRChampionship Record

Medal standingsEdit

  *   Host nation (Spain)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA)1112528
2  Australia (AUS)610622
3  Germany (GER)5128
4  Russia (RUS)3227
5  China (CHN)3047
6  Great Britain (GBR)2338
7  Ukraine (UKR)2226
8  Netherlands (NED)2215
9  Japan (JPN)2136
10  Poland (POL)1102
11  Belarus (BLR)1001
  Finland (FIN)1001
  Spain (ESP)*1001
14  Hungary (HUN)0415
15  Slovakia (SVK)0112
16  Croatia (CRO)0101
  Czech Republic (CZE)0101
  Denmark (DEN)0101
19  France (FRA)0022
  Romania (ROU)0022
21  Italy (ITA)0011
  South Africa (RSA)0011
  Sweden (SWE)0011
  Tunisia (TUN)0011
Totals (24 nations)404238120

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Results from the 10th FINA World Championships, published by Omega Timing (official timer) in July 2003. Retrieved 2013-06-01.
  2. ^ HistoFINA: Swimming, long course. Published by FINA, last updated in 2011. Retrieved 2013-06-01.