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 2429. [1][2][3][4] One world record was set over the six-day competition.


Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
 Jason Lezak (USA)22.22  Anthony Ervin (USA)22.28  Brett Hawke (AUS)22.40
100 m freestyle
 Ian Thorpe (AUS)48.84  Ashley Callus (AUS)49.26  Nate Dusing (USA)49.47
200 m freestyle
 Ian Thorpe (AUS)1:44.75 CR  Grant Hackett (AUS)1:45.84  Nate Dusing (USA)1:48.11
400 m freestyle
 Ian Thorpe (AUS)3:45.28  Grant Hackett (AUS)3:45.99  Klete Keller (USA)3:48.40
800 m freestyle
 Grant Hackett (AUS)7:44.78 CR  Larsen Jensen (USA)7:52.05  Chris Thompson (USA)7:56.69
1500 m freestyle
 Grant Hackett (AUS)14:41.65 CR  Erik Vendt (USA)15:02.24  Larsen Jensen (USA)15:05.17
100 m backstroke
 Aaron Peirsol (USA)54.22  Randall Bal (USA)54.45  Tomomi Morita (JPN)55.29
200 m backstroke
 Aaron Peirsol (USA)1:56.88  Matt Welsh (AUS)1:57.69  Keith Beavers (CAN)1:59.35
100 m breaststroke
 Kosuke Kitajima (JPN)1:00.36  Brendan Hansen (USA)1:00.84  Jim Piper (AUS)1:01.68
200 m breaststroke
 Brendan Hansen (USA)2:11.80  Jim Piper (AUS)2:12.53  Daisuke Kimura (JPN)2:12.71
100 m butterfly
 Ian Crocker (USA)52.45  Geoff Huegill (AUS)52.48  Mike Mintenko (CAN)52.69
200 m butterfly
 Tom Malchow (USA)1:55.21 CR  Michael Phelps (USA)1:55.41  Takashi Yamamoto (JPN)1:55.57
200 m individual medley
 Michael Phelps (USA)1:59.70 CR  Takahiro Mori (JPN)2:00.61  Tom Wilkens (USA)2:01.17
400 m individual medley
 Michael Phelps (USA)4:12.48 CR  Erik Vendt (USA)4:13.15  Takahiro Mori (JPN)4:16.35
4×100 m freestyle relay
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)
4×200 m freestyle relay
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)
4×100 m medley relay
 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)

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
 Jenny Thompson (USA)25.13  Jodie Henry (AUS)25.32  Tammie Stone (USA)25.42
100 m freestyle
 Natalie Coughlin (USA)53.99 CR  Jodie Henry (AUS)54.55  Jenny Thompson (USA)54.75
200 m freestyle
 Lindsay Benko (USA)1:58.74  Elka Graham (AUS)1:59.72  Giaan Rooney (AUS)1:59.82
400 m freestyle
 Diana Munz (USA)4:09.50  Lindsay Benko (USA)4:10.28  Sachiko Yamada (JPN)4:10.79
800 m freestyle
 Diana Munz (USA)8:30.45  Sachiko Yamada (JPN)8:31.89  Hayley Peirsol (USA)8:32.27
1500 m freestyle
 Diana Munz (USA)16:07.86  Sachiko Yamada (JPN)16:16.28  Morgan Hentzen (USA)16:29.25
100 m backstroke
 Natalie Coughlin (USA)59.72 CR  Dyana Calub (AUS)1:01.49  Haley Cope (USA)1:01.74
200 m backstroke
 Margaret Hoelzer (USA)2:11.00  Aya Terakawa (JPN)2:12.28  Jennifer Fratesi (CAN)2:12.71
100 m breaststroke
 Amanda Beard (USA)1:08.22  Tara Kirk (USA)1:08.66  Luo Xuejuan (CHN)1:08.70
200 m breaststroke
 Amanda Beard (USA)2:26.31  Leisel Jones (AUS)2:26.42  Kristy Kowal (USA)2:27.59
100 m butterfly
 Natalie Coughlin (USA)57.88 =CR  Petria Thomas (AUS)58.11  Jenny Thompson (USA)58.64
200 m butterfly
 Petria Thomas (AUS)2:08.31  Mary DeScenza (USA)2:09.56  Emily Mason (USA)2:10.59
200 m individual medley
 Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN)2:13.42  Gabrielle Rose (USA)2:13.93  Maggie Bowen (USA)2:14.28
400 m individual medley
 Jennifer Reilly (AUS)4:40.84  Maggie Bowen (USA)4:44.39  Maiko Fujino (JPN)4:45.79
4×100 m freestyle relay
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)
4×200 m freestyle relay
 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)
4×100 m medley relay
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)

Medal table

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


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  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
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