List of World Swimming Championships (25 M) Medalists (women) - 100 Metre Individual Medley

100 Metre Individual Medley

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999 Hong Kong Martina Moravcová (SVK) Lori Munz (AUS) Oxana Verevka (RUS)
2000 Athens Martina Moravcová (SVK) Marianne Limpert (CAN) Alenka Kejžar (SLO)
2002 Moscow Martina Moravcová (SVK) Gabrielle Rose (USA) Alison Sheppard (GBR)
2004 Indianapolis Brooke Hanson (AUS) Shayne Reese (AUS) Martina Moravcová (SVK)
2006 Shanghai Brooke Hanson (AUS) Hanna-Maria Seppälä (FIN) Martina Moravcová (SVK)
2008 Manchester Shayne Reese (AUS) Hanna-Maria Seppälä (FIN) Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)
2010 Dubai Ariana Kukors (USA) Kotuku Ngawati (AUS) Hinkelien Schreuder (NED)
2012 Istanbul Katinka Hosszú (HUN) Rūta Meilutytė (LTU) Zhao Jing (CHN)

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