List of Oceania Championships Records in Swimming - Women's Events

Women's Events

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
01 ! 50 m freestyle 25.84 Ohlwein, Rebecca Rebecca Ohlwein Australia 02008-06-088 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
02 ! 100 m freestyle 55.55
Palmer, Hayley Hayley Palmer New Zealand 02008-06-066 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
02 ! 100 m freestyle 55.55 Palmer, Hayley Hayley Palmer New Zealand 02008-06-066 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
03 ! 200 m freestyle 2:00.31 Norfolk, Helen Helen Norfolk New Zealand 02008-06-055 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
04 ! 400 m freestyle 4:12.91 Murphy, Briody Briody Murphy Australia 02004-05-1818 May 2004 2004 Championships Fiji, Suva ! Suva, Fiji
05 ! 800 m freestyle 8:42.22 Murphy, Briody Briody Murphy Australia 02004-05-1616 May 2004 2004 Championships Fiji, Suva ! Suva, Fiji
06 ! 50 m backstroke 28.89 Coster, Elizabeth Elizabeth Coster New Zealand 02008-06-066 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
07 ! 100 m backstroke 1:01.10 Coster, Elizabeth Elizabeth Coster New Zealand 02008-06-055 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
08 ! 200 m backstroke 2:11.03 Ingram, Melissa Melissa Ingram New Zealand 02008-06-077 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
09 ! 50 m breaststroke 31.66 Tonks, Lorna Lorna Tonks Australia 31 May 2012 2012 Championships New Caledonia, Nouméa ! Nouméa, New Caledonia
10 ! 100 m breaststroke 1:08.24 Tonks, Lorna Lorna Tonks Australia 30 May 2012 2012 Championships New Caledonia, Nouméa ! Nouméa, New Caledonia
11 ! 200 m breaststroke 2:26.63 Kemp, Rebecca Rebecca Kemp Australia 02010-06-2626 Jun 2010 2010 Championships Samoa, Apia ! Apia, Samoa
12 ! 50 m butterfly 26.92 Zalewski, Ellese Ellese Zalewski Australia 02006-07-088 Jul 2006 2006 Championships Australia, Cairns, Queensland ! Cairns, Queensland, Australia
13 ! 100 m butterfly 59.96 Smith, Amy Amy Smith Australia 02008-06-077 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
14 ! 200 m butterfly 2:09.63 Smith, Amy Amy Smith Australia 02008-06-055 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
15 ! 200 m individual medley 2:14.74 Norfolk, Helen Helen Norfolk New Zealand 02008-06-088 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
16 ! 400 m individual medley 4:47.32 Norfolk, Helen Helen Norfolk New Zealand 02008-06-066 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
17 ! 4×100 m freestyle relay 3:47.16 Zalewski ! (56.69) Ellese Zalewski
(56.52) Meagen Nay
(57.74) Siobhan Keane
(56.21) Amelia Evatt-Davey
Australia 02006-07-1010 Jul 2006 2006 Championships Australia, Cairns, Queensland ! Cairns, Queensland, Australia
18 ! 4×200 m freestyle relay 8:10.78 Norfolk ! (2:01.94) Helen Norfolk
(2:01.31) Lauren Boyle
(2:05.16) Hayley Palmer
(2:01.57) Tash Hind
New Zealand 02008-06-066 Jun 2008 2008 Championships New Zealand, Christchurch ! Christchurch, New Zealand
19 ! 4×100 m medley relay 4:08.92 O'Neil ! (?) Jenni O'Neil
(?) Rebecca Kemp
(?) Madeline Groves
(?) Amelia Evatt-Davey
Australia 02010-06-2626 Jun 2010 2010 Championships Samoa, Apia ! Apia, Samoa

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