1993 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Results - Women's Events

Women's Events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Jenny Thompson
USA
25.60 Angel Martino
25.78 Jessica Amey
26.06
100 m freestyle Jenny Thompson
55.25 Susie O'Neill
55.80 Angel Martino
55.97
200 m freestyle Claudia Poll
1:58.85 Nicole Haislett
1:58.95 Suzu Chiba
1:59.56
400 m freestyle Janet Evans
4:07.47 Claudia Poll
4:09.61 Suzu Chiba
4:10.67
800 m freestyle Janet Evans
8:23.72 Hayley Lewis
8:26.66 Claudia Poll
8:33.80
1500 m freestyle Hayley Lewis
16:04.84 Stacey Gartrell
16:10.42 Alexis Larsen
16:19.03
100 m backstroke Lea Loveless
1:01.35 Barbara Bedford
1:01.54 Yoko Koikawa
1:03.21
200 m backstroke Barbara Bedford
2:10.97 Lea Loveless
2:11.42 Leigh Habler
2:13.89
100 m breaststroke Anita Nall
1:09.11 Samantha Riley
1:09.18 Guylaine Cloutier
1:09.93
200 m breaststroke Anita Nall
2:28.40 Rebecca Brown
2:28.42 Kristine Quance
2:28.75
100 m butterfly Jenny Thompson
59.33 Susie O'Neill
59.86 Petria Thomas
1:01.03
200 m butterfly Rie Shito
2:10.36 Mika Haruna
2:11.64 Julie Majer
2:11.88
200 m individual medley Allison Wagner
2:12.54 Hitomi Maehara
2:14.60 Elli Overton
2:15.45
400 m individual medley Kristine Quance
4:39.25 Allison Wagner
4:41.22 Hayley Lewis
4:44.13
4×100 m freestyle relay USA
3:43.56 Australia 3:46.20 Australia 3:46.55
4×200 m freestyle relay USA
8:06.28 Australia 8:08.73 Japan 8:08.74
4×100 m medley relay USA
4:04.90 Australia 4:08.10 Japan 4:10.08

Legend: WR: World record, CR: Championship record

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