Swimming at the 1991 Pan American Games
Swimming at the 11th Pan American Games was held August 12–18, 1991 in Havana, Cuba. The competition consisted of 32 events (26 individual and 6 relay); and were contested in the long course (50m) pool.
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1991 Pan American Games
Brazil's victory in the men's 4x100m freestyle relay was only the second time that the U.S. lost the gold in a relay event, at the Pan American Games. The first had been to Canada in women's 4x100m medley at the 1971 Pan American Games.
It was the first time that the U.S. lost the gold medal in the men's 100 meter freestyle, after 10 straight titles. This feat fitted Gustavo Borges, who went on to win four Olympic medals after this.
|Heather Hageman||26.26||Allison Bock||26.45|
||Ashley Tappin||56.51||Megan Oesting||57.14||Kristin Topham||57.63|
||Lisa Jacob||2:02.06||Barbara Metz||2:02.92||Kim Paton||2:04.73|
||Jane Skillman||4:13.69||Barbara Metz||4:16.90||Tara-Lynn Seymour||4:22.15|
||Jane Skillman||8:43.26||Lisa Jacob||8:51.36||Tara-Lynn Seymour||8:52.33|
||Sylvia Poll||1:03.15||Nikki Dryden||1:03.64||Jodi Wilson||1:03.78|
||Diana Trimble||2:15.80||Nikki Dryden||2:16.13||Joanne Malar||2:16.36|
|Lydia Morrow||1:11.00||Lisa Flood||1:11.75|
|Chantal Dubois||2:33.62||Lisa Flood||2:34.08|
||Kristin Topham||1:01.19||Angie Wester-Krieg||1:01.55||Suzy Buckovich||1:01.60|
|200 m butterfly
||Susan Gottlieb||2:12.35||Angie Wester-Krieg||2:14.55||Beth Hazel||2:14.91|
||Lisa Summers||2:16.86||Joanne Malar||2:19.14||Jennifer Toton||2:19.56|
||Amy Shaw||4:50.39||Joanne Malar||4:51.27||Brandy Wood||4:52.38|
Paula Renata Aguiar
- For the Record: 1991 Pan American Games Swimming results from Swimming World Magazine, October 1991, p.56. Posted online by USA Swimming, retrieved 2011-11-18.
- ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Am Games history Archived 2010-07-16 at the Wayback Machine
- "Brazil medals at 1991 Pan". UOL (in Portuguese). 2007. Retrieved October 25, 2013.
- USA Swimming results
- Odir Cunha (2007). Heróis da América - História Completa dos Jogos Pan-Americanos. Editora Planeta. ISBN 8576652803.