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Swimming at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's 200 metre breaststroke

Women's 200 metre breaststroke
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Georgia Tech Aquatic Center
Date 23 July (heats and finals)
Competitors 42 from 35 nations
Winning time 2:25.41 (OR)
Medalists
Gold medal    South Africa
Silver medal    United States
Bronze medal    Hungary
Swimming events at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Freestyle
50 m   men   women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The women's 200 metre breaststroke event, included in the swimming competition at the Atlanta, United States. In this event, swimmers covered four lengths of the 50-metre (160 ft) Olympic-sized pool employing the breaststroke.

Contents

  • Records 1
  • Results 2
    • Heats 2.1
    • Finals 2.2
      • Final B 2.2.1
      • Final A 2.2.2
  • See also 3
  • Sources 4
  • References 5

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were:

World record  Rebecca Brown (AUS) 2:24.76 s Brisbane, Australia 15 March 1994 [1][2]
Olympic record  Kyoko Iwasaki (JPN) 2:26.65 s Barcelona, Spain 27 July 1992 [3]

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Round Name Nationality Time OR WR
23 July Heat 4 Penelope Heyns South Africa 2:26.63 OR
23 July Final A Penelope Heyns South Africa 2:25.41 OR

Results

Heats

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Heyns, PenelopePenelope Heyns South Africa 2:26.63 QA, OR[4]
2 5 4 Beard, AmandaAmanda Beard United States 2:28.10 QA
3 6 4 Riley, SamanthaSamantha Riley Australia 2:28.30 QA
4 6 3 Tanaka, MasamiMasami Tanaka Japan 2:29.36 QA
5 5 3 Kovács, ÁgnesÁgnes Kovács Hungary 2:29.58 QA
6 6 5 Becue, BrigitteBrigitte Becue Belgium 2:29.62 QA
7 5 6 Neumann, NadineNadine Neumann Australia 2:29.91 QA
8 6 6 Petelski, ChristinChristin Petelski Canada 2:30.30 QA
9 5 7 LinLin Li China 2:30.64 QB
10 6 2 PeczakAlicja Pęczak Poland 2:30.64 QB
11 4 3 Iwasaki, KyokoKyoko Iwasaki Japan 2:30.84 QB
12 6 1 Hardiman, MarieMarie Hardiman Great Britain 2:31.12 QB
13 5 5 Siroky, JilenJilen Siroky United States 2:31.57 QB
14 4 7 Eriksson, LenaLena Eriksson Sweden 2:31.65 QB
15 5 2 ManhalovaLenka Maňhalová Czech Republic 2:32.14 QB
16 4 2 Bondarenko, SvitlanaSvitlana Bondarenko Ukraine 2:32.42 QB
17 4 1 Russell, JuliaJulia Russell South Africa 2:32.44
18 4 8 Austevoll, ElinElin Austevoll Norway 2:32.48
19 4 6 Mants, RileyRiley Mants Canada 2:32.97
20 3 5 Kejžar, AlenkaAlenka Kejžar Slovenia 2:33.34
21 6 7 OstlingMaria Östling Sweden 2:33.44
22 5 1 Makarova, YelenaYelena Makarova Russia 2:33.74
23 3 6 Becerra, LourdesLourdes Becerra Spain 2:33.80
24 3 4 Fischer, ElviraElvira Fischer Austria 2:33.89
25 4 5 Yuan, YuanYuan Yuan China 2:33.89
26 5 8 Dalla Valle, ManuelaManuela Dalla Valle Italy 2:34.76
27 3 1 Hagman, MiaMia Hagman Finland 2:36.11
28 3 7 RohRoh Joo-Hee South Korea 2:36.20
29 2 4 Brémond, KarineKarine Brémond France 2:36.26
30 2 6 Ceballos, IsabelIsabel Ceballos Colombia 2:36.94
31 3 2 Dumitru, KathrinKathrin Dumitru Germany 2:37.07
32 3 8 Santa Cruz , María CarolinaMaría Carolina Santa Cruz Argentina 2:37.85
33 6 8 LacustaLarisa Lăcustă Romania 2:38.08
34 2 7 Kalmikova, MargaritaMargarita Kalmikova Latvia 2:39.63
35 1 3 Graf, ErikaErika Graf Uruguay 2:42.97
36 2 3 MouMou Ying-Hsin Chinese Taipei 2:43.94
37 2 2 Cruz, NádiaNádia Cruz Angola 2:44.24
38 2 1 Kodajová, NatáliaNatália Kodajová Slovakia 2:45.21
39 2 5 Gibbes, CerianCerian Gibbes Trinidad and Tobago 2:45.87
40 1 5 Cherevko, OksanaOksana Cherevko Kyrgyzstan 2:57.65
41 1 4 Vestergaard, BrittaBritta Vestergaard Denmark DNS[4]
42 3 3 Wilson, AnnaAnna Wilson New Zealand DNS[4]

Finals

Final B

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 Eriksson, LenaLena Eriksson Sweden 2:28.87
2 3 Iwasaki, KyokoKyoko Iwasaki Japan 2:29.32
3 1 ManhalovaLenka Maňhalová Czech Republic 2:29.96
4 8 Russell, JuliaJulia Russell South Africa 2:30.38
5 5 PeczakAlicja Pęczak Poland 2:30.99
6 6 Hardiman, MarieMarie Hardiman Great Britain 2:31.39
7 2 Siroky, JilenJilen Siroky United States 2:33.43
8 4 Li, LinLin Li China 2:33.45

Final A

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
4 Heyns, PenelopePenelope Heyns South Africa 2:25.41 OR[5]
5 Beard, AmandaAmanda Beard United States 2:25.75
2 Kovács, ÁgnesÁgnes Kovács Hungary 2:26.57
4 3 Riley, SamanthaSamantha Riley Australia 2:27.91
5 6 Tanaka, MasamiMasami Tanaka Japan 2:28.05
6 1 Neumann, NadineNadine Neumann Australia 2:28.34
7 7 Becue, BrigitteBrigitte Becue Belgium 2:28.36
8 8 Petelski, ChristinChristin Petelski Canada 2:31.45

See also

Sources

  • "The Official Report of the Centennial Games" (PDF). Volume 3: The Competition Results. The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG). 1996. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 
  • "Swimming at the 1996 Atlanta Summer Games: Women's 200 metres Breaststroke". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference, LLC. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 

References

  1. ^ "World Record Progression; 200 m Breaststroke Long Course Women". Swimming Statistics. www.scmsom.se. 30 July 2011. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Ryan’s Express Too Quick for Roomie McKendry".  
  3. ^ "Games of the XXV Olympiad Barcelona 1992" (PDF). Volume 5: The Results. Comité Coordinador Olímpico de Barcelona (COOB). 1992. p. 376. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c ACOG, p. 30
  5. ^ ACOG, p. 31
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