Swimming At The 1976 Summer Olympics – Women's 200 Metre Backstroke - Final

Final

RANK NAME ATHLETE COUNTRY TIME
Ulrike Richter GDR 2:13.43
Birgit Treiber GDR 2:14.97
Nancy Garapick CAN 2:15.60
4 Nadiya Stavko URS 2:16.28
5 Melissa Belote USA 2:17.27
6 Antje Stille GDR 2:17.55
7 Klavdia Studennikova URS 2:17.74
8 Wendy Hogg CAN 2:17.95


Olympic Champions in Women's 200 m Backstroke
  • 1968: Lillian Watson
  • 1972: Melissa Belote
  • 1976: Ulrike Richter
  • 1980: Rica Reinisch
  • 1984: Jolanda de Rover
  • 1988: Krisztina Egerszegi
  • 1992: Krisztina Egerszegi
  • 1996: Krisztina Egerszegi
  • 2000: Diana Mocanu
  • 2004: Kirsty Coventry
  • 2008: Kirsty Coventry
  • 2012: Missy Franklin

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