Goodwill Games: US Women Beat Europe 82-67; Men Fall to Australia 93.5-55.5

BRISBANE, Australia. Aug. 29. THE US women won 10 events and posted nine second- and nine third-place finishes to defeat the European All-Stars, 82-67, in the opening dual meet of the Goodwill Games swimming competition at the Chandler Aquatic Centre in Cleveland, a suburb of Brisbane.

The American men's team, disadvantaged by the absence of many of its top stars, fell to arch-rival Australia, 93.5-55.5.

In other action, Australia's women trounced the World All-Stars, 96-53, while the World All-Star men's team disposed of the Europeans, 85-64.

Women: USA 82, Europe 67
"We're just ecstatic to win," said US women's head coach Dick Shoulberg. "We felt that the European All-Stars was the best team here. We swam tough. We got the third-place finishes where we needed them and got the first- and second-place finishes, too. It was a balanced lineup. We're glad to get the first victory. Now we'll relax a little better and get ready for tomorrow's meet against Australia.

"It will be a tough meet. They have the same type of team camaradie we have and they'll have a big crowd cheering for them. It will be a fun meet."

The score of the meet is deceptive. The meet is scored 5-3-1 in individual events — 5 points for first place, 3 for second and 1 for third; relays are scored 7-0. With one event to go, the 400 free relay, the US had an insurmountable 8-point lead, 75-67. In the final event, the Euros made only a half-hearted effort as the US won an easy victory.

Europe jumped out to an early lead, winning the opening event, the 400m medley relay, 4:07.26 to 4:08.54 to take a 7-0 lead in the meet.

The U.S. rallied quickly though, winning the next three events, including a 1-2 finish by Haley Cope and Diana MacManus in the 100m back. At that point, the score stood 20-14 in the Americans' favor.

The European All-Stars pulled even two events later when Anna-Karin Kammerling and Inge de Bruijn took the 50m fly and 50m free. Amy Field and Staciana Stitts put the U.S. back on top with an upset 1-2 sweep in the 100m breast.

The Americans held the lead through the next two events with wins by Emily Mason (200m fly) and a third-place finish in the 100m free by Colleen Lanne. Antje Buschschulte won the 200m back, but second- and third-place finishes by MacManus and Lauren Gettel kept the U.S. in it, tying the score at 44.

A 1-2 finish for Europe in the 100m fly by Otylia Jedrzejczak and Mette Jacobsen gave the All-Stars a 60-55 lead, but the U.S. again rallied to post back-to-back 1-2 finishes in the 50m back (Cope and MacManus) and 50m breast (Field and Stitts).

With two events left, the U.S. led 71-62. All that was needed for the Americans to clinch the victory was a win or a 2-3 finish in the 200m IM, the next-to-last event of the meet. Gabrielle Rose and Leslie Lunsmann came through at second and third behind Olympic gold medalist Yana Klochkova to give the U.S. the win. The Americans capped the meet off by winning the final event, the 400m free relay.

Double individual wins were posted by Kristen Caverly (200m breast, 400m IM), Haley Cope (50m, 100m back) and Amy Field (50m, 100m breast). Lindsay Benko and Emily Mason grabbed wins in the 200m free and 200m fly, respectively.

Adrienne Binder took the first US medal of the Games, earning a bronze in the 800m free, an event only contested once at this competition. Binder hung with Klochkova for most of the race, leading at the 700m mark, 7:36.20 to 7:36.36, before the Olympic gold medalist in the two medleys pulled ahead to win 8:38.51 to 8:40.00, a lifetime best for Binder.

Men: Australia 93.5, USA 55.5
Australia had no trouble eliminating an under-manned US men's team, taking 11 of the 17 events contested.

The Aussies jumped out to a 7-0 win by taking the 400 medley relay in 3:38.26 and never looked back. But though the US went down, it went down fighting.

Tom Wilkens (4:18.72) and Eric Donnelly (4:21.38) went 1-3 in the 400 IM, closing the gap to 10-6. But — no surprise — Ian Thorpe (1:48.34) and Grant Hackett (1:48.82) went 1-2 in the 200 free to give the Aussies an 18-7 lead.

Dan Wescott went a lifetime best 55.58 and Jayme Cramer clocked 56.34 for a stunning 1-2 upset in the 100 back to bring the US to within 4 points, 19-15. But they never got closer.

Geoff Huegill (23.79) and Adam Pine (24.23) 1-2'd the 50 fly, then Ashley Callus won the 50 free (22.52) in a race that saw 14-hundredths of a second separate all four finishers.

The best swim of the meet was Tom Malchow's 1:55.27 — only .69 off the world record — for a monster 4.50-second win in the 200 fly. After an unusually measured first 50, Malchow split 55.62 at the 100, then came back strong.

The Americans won six events and were second in six others, while posting eight third-place finishes.
"We saw some good stuff out of the team tonight," said men's head coach Dave Salo. "We got out-touched in some close races. There were a few mistakes here and there and some places where we can pick up points in the later meets.

"Our goal is to get to the gold medal round, and if we can do that, I think we can give Australia a run for their money. It will still be a tough meet, but we have a shot. We had some young guys step up tonight and our veterans will wake up a little bit as the week goes on. We didn't show all our cards tonight."

Dan Westcott and Jarrod Marrs each captured two wins tonight. Westcott took the 50m (25.95) and 100m back, while Marrs won the breaststroke sprints. Marrs used a brilliant turn and finish to take the 100 breast in 1:02.35, 2-hundredths ahead of Australia's Simon Cowley.

Grant Hackett coasted to a 15:01.25 win in the 1500, a gold medal event. The time was almost 26 seconds outside the world record of 14:34.56 he set at last month's world championships in Japan.

"It's been a long season and it's hard to back up time and time again," said Hackett, who also holds the Olympic, world and Commonwealth titles. "I just wanted to go out there and win the race."

Women: Australia 96, World 53
Australia, favorites to win the women's team title, won their opening match, easily whacking the World All Stars 96-53.

Under the Goodwill Games' unique format, the four teams will compete against each over the next four days before the top two swim off for the gold medal.

The Aussies took 11 of the 17 events, with triple World Championship gold medalist Petria Thomas winning two events, while Giaan Rooney took the 200m freestyle, the event in which she claimed the world title.

Men: World 85, Europe 64
Although each team is allowed 23 swimmers, the European men had only 12 at their disposal. So desperate were they that they had to coax Dutch manager Marcel Wouda out of retirement to swim the 50m breaststroke.

Even so, they were even with the World team with just three races to go before their lack of depth caused them to lose the final three events.

Next up: USA women vs. Australia, Aug. 30, 7:30 p.m. Brisbane (5:30 a.m. Eastern and Pacific Time)

RESULTS

WOMEN
1 USA 1-0 82
2 EUR 0-1 67

4 x 100m Medley Relay
1 EUR 1 – 4:07.26
BUSCHSCHULTE, Antje (GER) 1:01.78 7
2 – BAANS, Madelon (NED) 2:13.31
3 – JEDRZEJCZAK, Oti (POL) 3:12.37
4 – DE BRUIJN, Inge (NED) 4:07.26
2 USA 4:08.54
1 – COPE, Haley 1:03.03 0
2 – STITTS, Staciana 2:12.86
3 – VOLLMER, Dana 3:12.89
4 – ROSE, Gabrielle 4:08.54

400 Meter Individual Medley
1 USA CAVERLY, Kristen 1:05.41 1 2:19.07 1 3:40.83 1 4:47.15 5
2 EUR CASLARU, Beatrice (ROM) 1:06.23 2 2:21.82 2 3:41.72 2 4:47.75 3
3 USA LUNSMANN, Leslie 1:06.51 3 2:22.39 3 3:45.70 3 4:51.46 1
4 EUR NORDENSTAM, Sara (SWE) 1:08.17 4 2:28.26 4 3:55.03 4 5:09.18 0

200 Meter Freestyle
1 USA BENKO, Lindsay 28.32 1 58.55 1 1:29.56 1 2:00.01 5
2 EUR MORAVCOVA, Martina (SVK) 28.54 2 58.96 2 1:30.03 2 2:00.56 3
3 USA THIES, Lauren 28.76 3 59.28 3 1:30.58 3 2:01.53 1
4 EUR GEURTS, Carla (NED) 28.88 4 59.81 4 1:31.81 4 2:04.01 0

100 Meter Backstroke
1 USA MACMANUS, Diana 30.44 1 1:02.54 5
2 USA COPE, Haley 30.93 3 1:02.82 3
3 EUR SCHREUDER, Hinkelien (NED) 31.21 4 1:04.94 1
4 EUR HLAVACKOVA, Ilona (CZE) 30.77 2 1:04.98 0

50 Meter Butterfly
1 EUR KAMMERLING, Anna-Karin (SWE) 26.87 5
2 USA VOLLMER, Dana 27.42 3
3 EUR SJOBERG, Johanna (SWE) 27.59 1
4 USA KIRK, Dana 28.02 0

50 Meter Freestyle
1 EUR DE BRUIJN, Inge (NED) 25.20 5
2 USA STONE, Tammie 25.37 3
3 EUR POPCHENKO, Yelena (BLR) 25.49 1
4 USA LANNE, Colleen 25.61 0

100 Meter Breaststroke
1 USA FIELD, Amy 33.56 2 1:10.74 5
2 USA STITTS, Staciana 33.51 1 1:10.80 3
3 EUR IGELSTROM, Emma (SWE) 33.89 3 1:11.67 1
4 EUR GERASCH, Sylvia (GER) 33.92 4 1:12.52 0

200 Meter Butterfly
1 USA MASON, Emily 28.98 1 1:01.27 1 1:35.25 1 2:10.20 5
2 EUR JACOBSEN, Mette (DEN) 29.90 3 1:03.08 2 1:36.71 2 2:11.19 3
3 EUR JEDRZEJCZAK, Oti (POL) 29.74 2 1:03.16 3 1:37.77 4 2:11.75 1
4 USA KIRK, Dana 30.54 4 1:03.89 4 1:37.75 3 2:13.13 0

100 Meter Freestyle
1 EUR POPCHENKO, Yelena (BLR) 27.66 4 55.82 5
2 EUR MORAVCOVA, Martina (SVK) 27.54 3 55.93 3
3 USA LANNE, Colleen 27.04 1 56.01 1
4 USA ROSE, Gabrielle 27.19 2 56.37 0

200 Meter Backstroke
1 EUR BUSCHSCHULTE, Antje (GER) 32.14 2 1:05.48 2 1:39.81 1 2:14.39 5
2 USA MACMANUS, Diana 32.33 3 1:07.03 3 1:41.17 3 2:14.61 3
3 USA GETTEL, Lauren 31.58 1 1:05.39 1 1:40.82 2 2:17.40 1

200 Meter Breaststroke
1 USA CAVERLY, Kristen 34.71 2 1:12.53 2 1:51.63 2 2:30.09 5
2 EUR CASLARU, Beatrice (ROM) 34.45 1 1:12.26 1 1:51.53 1 2:30.19 3
3 USA SPANN, Alexandra 34.81 3 1:13.26 3 1:52.27 3 2:32.24 1

800 Meter Freestyle
1 EUR KLOCHKOVA, Yana (UKR) 2:07.55 1 4:19.57 1 6:30.96 2 8:38.51 5
2 USA BINDER, Adrienne 2:07.58 3 4:19.70 2 6:30.71 1 8:40.00 3
3 USA KELLER, Kalyn 2:07.56 2 4:20.93 3 6:36.46 3 8:52.25 1

100 Meter Butterfly
1 EUR JEDRZEJCZAK, Oti (POL) 28.59 1 1:00.57 5
2 EUR JACOBSEN, Mette (DEN) 28.89 2 1:00.60 3
3 USA KIRK, Dana 28.93 3 1:01.53 1
4 USA VOLLMER, Dana 29.25 4 1:02.32 0

50 Meter Backstroke
1 USA COPE, Haley 28.89 5
2 USA MACMANUS, Diana 29.39 3
3 EUR HLAVACKOVA, Ilona (CZE) 29.42 1
4 EUR SCHREUDER, Hinkelien (NED) 30.34 0

50 Meter Breaststroke
1 USA FIELD, Amy 32.76 5
2 USA STITTS, Staciana 32.79 3
3 EUR IGELSTROM, Emma (SWE) 32.91 1
4 EUR GERASCH, Sylvia (GER) 33.43 0

200 Meter Individual Medley
1 EUR KLOCHKOVA, Yana (UKR) 29.07 2 1:03.66 1 1:43.09 1 2:15.01 5
2 USA ROSE, Gabrielle 29.06 1 1:04.38 2 1:44.02 2 2:16.48 3
3 USA LUNSMANN, Leslie 30.62 3 1:06.33 3 1:48.09 3 2:19.89 1
4 EUR NORDENSTAM, Sara (SWE) 31.28 4 1:09.22 4 1:49.90 4 2:24.63 0

4×100 Freestyle Relay
1 USA 3:45.71
1 – BENKO, Lindsay 55.74 7
2 – LANNE, Colleen 1:52.54
3 – STONE, Tammie 2:47.86
4 – COPE, Haley 3:45.71
2 EUR 3:49.68
1 – MORAVCOVA, Martina (SVK) 57.20 0
2 – SJOBERG, Johanna (SWE) 1:53.95
3 – POPCHENKO, Yelena (BLR) 2:49.98
4 – DE BRUIJN, Inge (NED) 3:49.68

MEN

1 AUS 1-0 93.5
2 USA 0-1 55.5

4×100 Medley Relay
1 AUS 3:28.26 7
1 – WELSH, Matthew 55.47 GR
7
2 – HARRISON, Regan 1:57.76
3 – HUEGILL, Geoff 2:49.70
4 – THORPE, Ian 3:38.26
2 USA 3:42.14 0
1 – CRAMER, Jayme 56.15
2 – MARRS, Jarrod 1:57.54
3 – HANNAN, Thomas 2:51.72
4 – HALL, JR., Gary 3:42.14

400 Meter Individual Medley
1 USA WILKENS, Thomas 58.06 1 2:04.89 1 3:15.24 1 4:18.72 5
2 AUS NORRIS, Justin 58.87 3 2:08.09 4 3:20.82 3 4:21.19 3
3 USA DONNELLY, Eric 58.72 2 2:06.00 3 3:21.20 4 4:21.38 1
4 AUS STEED, Trent 59.02 4 2:05.25 2 3:19.25 2 4:23.40 0

200 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS THORPE, Ian 26.05 3 53.84 2 1:21.65 1 1:48.34 5
2 AUS HACKETT, Grant 25.67 1 53.79 1 1:21.84 2 1:48.82 3
3 USA CARVIN, Chad 26.00 2 53.87 3 1:22.05 3 1:50.04 1
4 USA TARWATER, Davis 26.52 4 54.50 4 1:22.68 4 1:50.69 0

100 Meter Backstroke
` USA WESTCOTT, James 27.33 2 55.58 5
2 USA CRAMER, Jayme 27.81 3 56.34 3
3 AUS WATSON, Josh 26.89 1 56.45 1
4 AUS WELSH, Matthew 27.86 4 57.38 0

50 Meter Butterfly
1 AUS HUEGILL, Geoff 23.79 5
2 AUS PINE, Adam 24.23 3
3 USA HANNAN, Thomas 25.06 1
4 USA MONTAGUE, Joey 25.53 0

50 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS CALLUS, Ashley 22.52 5
2 USA LEZAK, Jason 22.59 3
3 AUS HAWKE, Brett 22.66 0.5
3 USA HALL, JR., Gary 22.66 0.5

100 Meter Breaststroke
1 USA MARRS, Jarrod 29.18 1 1:02.35 5
2 AUS COWLEY, Simon 29.45 2 1:02.37 3
3 AUS PIPER, Jim 29.49 3 1:02.53 1
4 USA HACKLER, Jeff 29.85 4 1:02.80 0

200 Meter Butterfly
1 USA MALCHOW, Tom 26.42 1 55.62 1 1:25.31 1 GR 1:55.27 5
2 USA DONNELLY, Eric 27.65 4 58.36 3 1:28.88 2 1:59.77 3
3 AUS NORRIS, Justin 27.52 3 58.57 4 1:29.92 4 2:00.01 1
4 AUS KIRBY, William 27.39 2 57.91 2 1:29.01 3 2:00.16 0

100 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS KLIM, Michael 23.60 1 48.81 5
2 USA TUCKER, Scott 23.78 2 49.39 3
3 AUS CALLUS, Ashley 24.37 4 49.72 1
4 USA BUSSE, Gregory 24.01 3 50.34 0

200 Meter Backstroke
1 AUS WELSH, Matthew 28.56 3 59.62 3 1:31.54 4 2:01.66 5
2 AUS HASS, Ray 28.10 1 59.13 2 1:30.58 2 2:01.98 3
3 USA DEJONG, Christian 28.87 4 59.67 4 1:31.27 3 2:02.12 1
4 USA WAGNER, Luke 28.48 2 58.98 1 1:30.15 1 2:02.63 0

200 Meter Breaststroke
1 AUS PIPER, Jim 30.85 1 1:05.19 2 1:39.50 1 2:14.09 5
2 USA WILKENS, Thomas 30.90 2 1:05.52 3 1:39.96 2 2:14.44 3
3 AUS HARRISON, Regan 30.91 3 1:04.90 1 1:40.01 3 2:15.25 1
4 USA HACKLER, Jeff 32.17 4 1:07.30 4 1:42.63 4 2:17.66 0

1500 Freestyle
1 AUS HACKETT, Grant 3:56.86 1 8:01.76 1 12:03.99 1 GR 15:01.25 5
2 AUS STEVENS, Craig 4:00.37 2 8:10.16 2 12:21.06 3 15:22.90 3
3 USA CRIPPEN, Fran 4:00.48 3 8:10.19 3 12:20.69 2 15:31.04 1
4 USA TARWATER, Davis 4:06.39 4 8:17.39 4 12:26.81 4 15:34.41 0

100 Meter Butterfly
1 AUS HUEGILL, Geoff 24.99 5
2 AUS PINE, Adam 25.36 3
3 USA CRAMER, Jayme 25.58 1
4 USA HANNAN, Thomas 25.75 0

50 Meter Backstroke
1 USA WESTCOTT, James 25.95 5
2 AUS WELSH, Matthew 26.02 3
3 AUS JENKINS, David 27.13 1
4 USA DEJONG, Christian 27.31 0

50 Meter Breaststroke
1 USA MARRS, Jarrod 28.50 5
2 AUS COWLEY, Simon 28.74 3
3 AUS ROGERS, Phil 28.78 1
4 USA HACKLER, Jeff 29.30 0

200 Meter Individual Medley
1 AUS VAN DER ZANT, Robert 26.73 2 58.24 2 1:34.24 3 2:02.41 5
2 USA WILKENS, Thomas 27.08 3 59.52 3 1:33.98 2 2:03.03 3
3 USA MONTAGUE, Joey 26.63 1 57.73 1 1:33.52 1 2:03.55 1
4 AUS NORRIS, Justin 27.30 4 1:01.08 4 1:37.11 4 2:07.56 0

4×100 Freestyle Relay
1 AUS 3:17.59 7
1 – KLIM, Michael 49.34
2 – CALLUS, Ashley 1:38.28
3 – PEARSON, Todd 2:27.46
4 – THORPE, Ian 3:17.59
2 USA 3:19.97 0
1 – LEZAK, Jason 49.53
2 – TUCKER, Scott 1:39.60
3 – BUSSE, Gregory 2:29.66
4 – ANDERSON, Carl 3:19.97

WOMEN

1 AUS 96
2 WLD 53

Women's Team Competition
1 AUS 1-0 96
2 USA 1-0 82
3 EUR 0-1 67
4 WLD 0-1 53

4×100 Medley Relay
1 AUS 4:10.51 7
1 – CALUB, Dyana 1:02.91
2 – JONES, Leisel 2:11.73
3 – THOMAS, Petria 3:11.07
4 – RYAN, Sarah 4:10.51
2 WLD 4;14.93 0
1 – GAMMEL, Erin (CAN) 1:03.24
2 – PIERSE, Annamay (CAN) 2:15.52
3 – DEGLAU, Jessica (CAN) 3:17.41
4 – FITCH, Alison (NZL) 4:14.93

400 Meter Individual Medley
1 AUS REILLY, Jennifer 1:06.26 2 2:18.35 1 3:42.10 1 4:49.60 5
2 WLD VAN WELIE, Elizabeth (NZL) 1:04.71 1 2:20.75 3 3:45.48 2 4:53.04 3
3 WLD NORFOLK, Helen (NZL) 1:06.79 4 2:18.66 2 3:47.20 3 4:56.19 1
4 AUS RODIER, Yvette 1:06.33 3 2:21.18 4 3:48.96 4 4:58.19 0

200 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS ROONEY, Giaan 28.80 1 59.53 1 1:30.29 1 2:00.48 5
2 WLD MITA, Maki (JPN) 29.38 4 1:00.26 4 1:30.84 4 2:00.49 3
3 AUS GRAHAM, Elka 28.82 2 59.58 2 1:30.60 2 2:00.77 1
4 WLD MULLER, Helene (RSA) 29.19 3 59.88 3 1:30.68 3 2:00.79 0

100 Meter Backstroke
1 WLD WITTSTOCK, Charlene (RSA) 30.54 1 1:02.66 5
2 AUS STONEY, Clementine 30.81 2 1:02.75 3
3 AUS CALUB, Dyana 31.06 3 1:03.16 1
4 WLD GAMMEL, Erin (CAN) 31.57 4 1:04.29 0

50 Meter Butterfly
1 AUS THOMAS, Petria 26.94 5
2 WLD ONISHI, Junko (JPN) 27.35 3
3 AUS HAM, Julia 28.02 1
4 WLD DU PLESSIS, Renate (RSA) 28.24 0

50 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS RYAN, Sarah 26.00 5
2 WLD RIGNALL, Vivienne (NZL) 26.01 3
3 WLD COPARROPA, Eileen (PAN) 26.18 1
4 AUS EDINGTON, Sophie 26.26 0

100 Meter Breaststroke
1 AUS HANSON, Brooke 33.37 2 1:09.98 5
2 AUS JONES, Leisel 33.26 1 1:10.02 3
3 WLD RUAN, Yi (CHN) 33.86 3 1:11.65 1
4 WLD WAGNER, Tamara (CAN) 34.09 4 1:11.77 0

200 Meter Butterfly
1 AUS THOMAS, Petria 29.63 1 1:03.50 1 1:37.57 1 2:11.77 5
2 WLD DEGLAU, Jessica (CAN) 30.35 4 1:03.93 3 1:37.94 2 2:12.13 3
3 WLD LOOTS, Mandy (RSA) 29.79 2 1:03.70 2 1:38.02 3 2:12.50 1
4 AUS GALVEZ, Felicity 30.26 3 1:04.66 4 1:39.13 4 2:14.30 0

100 Meter Freestyle
1 AUS RYAN, Sarah 27.03 1 55.94 5
2 AUS GRAHAM, Elka 27.54 3 56.33 3
3 WLD MULLER, Helene (RSA) 27.54 3 56.35 1
4 WLD NICHOLLS, Laura (CAN) 27.42 2 56.90 0

200 Meter Backstroke
1 AUS STONEY, Clementine 32.80 2 1:06.96 2 1:41.81 1 2:15.74 5
2 AUS TUCKER, Kelly 32.35 1 1:06.31 1 1:41.96 2 2:16.68 3
3 WLD NORFOLK, Helen (NZL) 33.40 3 1:08.17 3 1:43.05 3 2:17.52 1
4 NZL TAIT, Karen 34.08 4 1:09.97 4 1:46.68 4 2:22.98 0

200 Meter Breaststroke
1 AUS JONES, Leisel 35.60 2 1:15.34 2 1:54.91 2 2:31.90 5
2 AUS HANSON, Brooke 35.41 1 1:14.94 1 1:54.61 1 2:33.69 3
3 WLD RUAN, Yi (CHN) 35.97 3 1:15.99 4 1:55.98 4 2:35.48 1
4 WLD PIERSE, Annamay (CAN) 36.21 4 1:15.72 3 1:55.77 3 2:35.63 0

800 Meter Freestyle
1 WLD ATKINSON, Janelle (JAM) 2:08.63 2 4:20.22 2 6:32.02 1 8:39.71 5
2 AUS PASCOE, Amanda 2:08.19 1 4:19.91 1 6:32.28 3 8:43.20 3
3 WLD TANG, Jingwen (CHN) 2:08.86 3 4:20.28 3 6:32.05 2 8:43.97 1
4 AUS BENZIE, Charlene 2:08.93 4 4:22.57 4 6:38.46 4 8:55.31 0

100 Meter Butterfly
1 WLD ONISHI, Junko (JPN) 28.35 1 59.57 5
2 AUS HAM, Julia 28.49 2 1:01.43 3
3 WLD LOOTS, Mandy (RSA) 28.90 3 1:01.48 1
4 AUS HUNTER, Nicole 29.18 4 1:02.63 0

50 Meter Backstroke
1 WLD WITTSTOCK, Charlene (RSA) 29.42 5
2 AUS ROONEY, Giaan 29.65 3
3 AUS CALUB, Dyana 29.68 1
4 WLD DU PLESSIS, Renate (RSA) 29.91 0

50 Meter Breaststroke
1 AUS HANSON, Brooke 32.08 5
2 WLD RUAN, Yi (CHN) 32.99 3
3 WLD WAGNER, Tamara (CAN) 33.14 1
4 AUS WHITE, Tarnee 33.29 0

200 Meter Individual Medley
1 WLD LIMPERT, Marianne (CAN) 29.11 1 1:03.90 1 1:43.16 1 2:15.08 5
2 AUS MUNZ, Lori 29.26 2 1:04.91 2 1:45.13 2 2:18.00 3
3 AUS REILLY, Jennifer 31.63 4 1:06.93 4 1:47.95 3 2:20.20 1
4 WLD NORFOLK, Helen (NZL) 31.22 3 1:05.89 3 1:48.64 4 2:20.86 0

4×100 Freestyle Relay
1 AUS 3:44.79 7
1 – RYAN, Sarah 56.16
2 – GRAHAM, Elka 1:52.95
3 – HENRY, Jodie 2:48.74
4 – ROONEY, Giaan 3:44.79
2 WLD 3:46.35 0
1 – NICHOLLS, Laura (CAN) 57.14
2 – DEGLAU, Jessica (CAN) 1:53.96
3 – MITA, Maki (JPN) 2:50.43
4 – MULLER, Helene (RSA) 3:46.35

MEN

1 WLD 86
2 EUR 63

Men's Team Competition
1 AUS 1-0 93.5
2 WLD 1-0 86
3 EUR 0-1 63
4 USA 0-1 55.5

4×100 Medley Relay
1 EUR 3:39.66 7
1 – ZWERING, Klaas-Erik (NED) 57.07
2 – KOMORNIKOV, Dmitri (RUS) 1:58.73
3 – FROLANDER, Lars (SWE) 2:51.05
4 – VAN DEN HOOGENBAND, Pieter (NED) 3:39.66
2 WLD 3:40.76 0
1 – VERSFELD, Mark (CAN) 56.62
2 – KNABE, Morgan (CAN) 1:58.82
3 – MINTENKO, Mike (CAN) 2:51.27
4 – SCHOEMAN, Roland (RSA) 3:40.76

400 Meter Individual Medley
1 WLD KENT, Dean (NZL) 58.80 1 2:06.45 1 3:19.28 1 4:21.26 5
2 WLD PARKIN, Terence (RSA) 59.76 2 2:08.75 2 3:19.82 2 4:26.24 3
3 EUR HALIKA, Miki (ISR) 1:00.69 3 2:08.88 3 3:24.35 3 4:27.51 1

200 Meter Freestyle
1 EUR KUZNETSOV, Maksim (RUS) 26.64 2 54.68 1 1:23.54 1 1:52.06 5
2 WLD SHERRAN, Nick (NZL) 26.48 1 55.36 2 1:24.60 2 1:53.94 3
3 WLD MEOLANS, Jose (ARG) 27.01 3 56.09 3 1:25.82 3 1:55.94 1

100 Meter Backstroke
1 WLD SEPULIS, Sean (CAN) 27.82 1 57.11 5
2 EUR GAT, Yoav (ISR) 28.61 2 57.71 3
3 WLD VERSFELD, Mark (CAN) 29.12 3 58.65 1
– EUR KIZIEROWSKI, Bartosz (POL) — – — –

50 Meter Butterfly
1 EUR FROLANDER, Lars (SWE) 24.24 5
2 WLD MINTENKO, Mike (CAN) 24.26 3
3 WLD SCHERER, Fernando (BRA) 24.55 1
4 EUR KEIZER, Joris (NED) 24.70 0

50 Meter Freestyle
1 EUR KIZIEROWSKI, Bartosz (POL) 22.36 5
2 WLD SCHOEMAN, Roland (RSA) 22.59 3
3 EUR VAN DEN HOOGENBAND, Pieter (NED) 23.03 1
4 WLD DEDEKIND, Brendon (RSA) 23.16 0

100 Meter Breaststroke
1 WLD KITAJIMA, Kosuke (JPN) 29.28 1 1:02.62 5
2 WLD KNABE, Morgan (CAN) 29.97 2 1:03.24 3
3 EUR KOMORNIKOV, Dmitri (RUS) 30.64 3 1:03.72 1

200 Meter Butterfly
1 WLD LIVINGSTON, Andrew (PUR) 26.54 1 56.73 1 1:27.74 1 1:59.98 5
2 EUR PARRY, Stephen (GBR) 26.62 2 56.87 2 1:27.99 2 2:00.10 3
3 WLD VERSTER, Theo (RSA) 27.20 3 58.11 3 1:30.20 3 2:03.31 1
4 EUR HALIKA, Miki (ISR) 29.07 4 1:02.00 4 1:35.76 4 2:08.26 0

100 Meter Freestyle
1 WLD MEOLANS, Jose (ARG) 24.25 1 50.50 5
2 EUR MARCHENKO, Igor (RUS) 25.59 2 52.89 3
3 WLD SCHOEMAN, Roland (RSA) 26.63 3 52.90 1
– EUR KIZIEROWSKI, Bartosz (POL) — – — –

200 Meter Backstroke
1 ISR GAT, Yoav 29.60 3 1:01.41 2 1:33.35 1 2:04.76 5
2 CAN VERSFELD, Mark 29.36 1 1:01.29 1 1:33.84 2 2:05.56 3
3 NZL TALBOT, Scott 29.59 2 1:01.83 3 1:35.35 3 2:08.68 1

200 Meter Breaststroke
1 EUR KOMORNIKOV, Dmitri (RUS) 31.43 3 1:06.31 3 1:41.50 2 2:14.56 5
2 WLD PARKIN, Terence (RSA) 31.25 2 1:05.88 1 1:40.39 1 2:14.66 3
3 WLD KITAJIMA, Kosuke (JPN) 31.18 1 1:06.22 2 1:42.07 3 2:16.34 1

1500 Freestyle
1 EUR FILIPETS, Aleksei (RUS) 3:59.07 1 8:03.44 1 12:07.09 1 15:07.17 5
2 EUR BUTSENIN, Aleksei (RUS) 4:08.23 2 8:18.97 2 12:32.70 2 15:41.84 3
3 WLD DUNCAN, Jonathan (NZL) 4:09.33 3 8:30.00 3 12:55.10 3 16:08.80 1
4 WLD GIBSON, Cameron (NZL) 4:11.49 4 8:34.81 4 12:56.94 4 16:11.10 0

100 Meter Butterfly
1 WLD MINTENKO, Mike (CAN) 24.84 1 53.45 5
2 EUR MARCHENKO, Igor (RUS) 25.26 2 54.62 3
3 EUR KEIZER, Joris (NED) 26.12 3 55.28 1
4 WLD SHERRAN, Nick (NZL) 26.20 4 55.93 0

50 Meter Backstroke
1 EUR KIZIEROWSKI, Bartosz (POL) 26.00 5
2 WLD BENT, Neisser (CUB) 27.03 3
3 WLD SEPULIS, Sean (CAN) 27.13 1
4 EUR ZWERING, Klaas-Erik (NED) 27.28 0

50 Meter Breaststroke
1 WLD PETERSEN, Brett (RSA) 28.93 5
2 WLD KITAJIMA, Kosuke (JPN) 29.14 3
3 EUR WOUDA, Marcel (NED) 29.54 1

200 Meter Individual Medley
1 WLD PARKIN, Terence (RSA) 27.33 3 1:00.04 3 1:33.27 1 2:03.32 5
2 WLD KENT, Dean (NZL) 26.90 2 58.59 2 1:34.64 2 2:04.66 3
3 EUR HALIKA, Miki (ISR) 28.13 4 1:02.01 4 1:38.86 4 2:08.58 1
4 EUR PARRY, Stephen (GBR) 26.12 1 57.65 1 1:38.19 3 2:09.84 0

4×100 Freestyle Relay
WLD 3;22.45 7
1 – SCHOEMAN, Roland (RSA) 51.60
2 – FOLKER, Nick (RSA) 1:41.45
3 – MEOLANS, Jose (ARG) 2:31.51
4 – SCHERER, Fernando (BRA) 3:22.45
2 EUR 3:41.81 0
1 – KIZIEROWSKI, Bartosz (POL) 50.57
2 – ZWERING, Klaas-Erik (NED) 1:43.51
3 – FROLANDER, Lars (SWE) 2:37.07
4 – VAN DEN HOOGENBAND, Pieter (NED) 3:41.84

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