List of Pan American Games Records in Swimming

List Of Pan American Games Records In Swimming

Listed below is a complete list of the Pan American Games records in swimming, ratified by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO).

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List Of Pan American Games Records In Swimming - Women
25.09 Jackson, Lara Lara Jackson United States 21 October 2011 ... Pan American Games Mexico, Guadalajara ! Guadalajara, Mexico 02 ! 100 m freestyle 55.26 ...

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