Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics - Women's 200 metre individual medley


Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics - Women's 200 metre individual medley

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Records

Medalists

Heat 1

# Vered Borochovski, Israel 2:20.62
# Petra Banovic, Croatia 2:20.83
# Na-Ri Park, Korea 2:21.48
# Lara Hrund Bjargardottir, Iceland 2:22.00
# Marina Mulyayeva, Kazakhstan 2:24.25
# Louise Jansen, Denmark 2:27.08

Heat 2

# Hanna Shcherba, Belarus 2:14.59 -Q
# Beatrice Caslaru, Romania 2:14.70 -Q
# Yafei Zhou, China 2:15.56 -Q
# Teresa Rohmann, Germany 2:16.06 -Q
# Misa Amano, Japan 2:17.88
# Alenka Kejzar, Slovenia 2:18.60
# Man Hsu Lin, Chinese Taipei 2:18.86
# Alessia Filippi, Italy 2:19.29

Heat 3

# Amanda Beard, United States 2:14.49 -Q
# Agnes Kovacs, Hungary 2:15.17 -Q
# Alice Mills, Australia 2:15.62 -Q
# Joanna Maranhão, Brazil 2:16.21 -Q
# Oxana Verevka, Russia 2:16.63 -Q
# Yi Ting Siow, Malaysia 2:19.52
# Athina Tzavella, Greece 2:20.30
# Hui Qi, China 2:26.02

Heat 4

# Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe 2:13.33 -Q African Record
# Yana Klochkova, Ukraine 2:13.40 -Q
# Katie Hoff, United States 2:14.03 -Q
# Lara Carroll, Australia 2:16.17 -Q
# Georgina Bardach, Argentina 2:16.68 -Q
# Elizabeth Warden, Canada 2:17.12 -Q
# Helen Norfolk, New Zealand 2:17.27 -Q
# Joscelin Yeo, Singapore 2:18.61

Heats ranking

# Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe 2:13.33 -Q
# Yana Klochkova, Ukraine 2:13.40 -Q
# Katie Hoff, United States 2:14.03 -Q
# Amanda Beard, United States 2:14.49 -Q
# Hanna Shcherba, Belarus 2:14.59 -Q
# Beatrice Caslaru, Romania 2:14.70 -Q
# Agnes Kovacs, Hungary 2:15.17 -Q
# Yafei Zhou, China 2:15.56 -Q
# Alice Mills, Australia 2:15.62 -Q
# Teresa Rohmann, Germany 2:16.06 -Q
# Lara Carroll, Australia 2:16.17 -Q
# Joanna Maranhão, Brazil 2:16.21 -Q
# Oxana Verevka, Russia 2:16.63 -Q
# Georgina Bardach, Argentina 2:16.68 -Q
# Elizabeth Warden, Canada 2:17.12 -Q
# Helen Norfolk, New Zealand 2:17.27 -Q
# Misa Amano, Japan 2:17.88
# Alenka Kejzar, Slovenia 2:18.60
# Joscelin Yeo, Singapore 2:18.61
# Man Hsu Lin, Chinese Taipei 2:18.86
# Alessia Filippi, Italy 2:19.29
# Yi Ting Siow, Malaysia 2:19.52
# Athina Tzavella, Greece 2:20.30
# Vered Borochovski, Israel 2:20.62
# Petra Banovic, Croatia 2:20.83
# Na-Ri Park, Korea 2:21.48
# Lara Hrund Bjargardottir, Iceland 2:22.00
# Marina Mulyayeva, Kazakhstan 2:24.25
# Hui Qi, China 2:26.02
# Louise Jansen, Denmark 2:27.08

emi-finals

emi-final 1

# Yana Klochkova, Ukraine 2:13.30 -Q
# Amanda Beard, United States 2:13.51 -Q
# Beatrice Caslaru, Romania 2:14.25 -Q
# Teresa Rohmann, Germany 2:14.47 -Q
# Joanna Maranhão, Brazil 2:15.43
# Georgina Bardach, Argentina 2:15.73
# Yafei Zhou, China 2:15.93
# Helen Norfolk, New Zealand 2:17.41

emi-final 2

# Katie Hoff, United States 2:13.60 -Q
# Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe 2:13.68 -Q
# Lara Carroll, Australia 2:13.80 -Q
# Agnes Kovacs, Hungary 2:14.68 -Q
# Hanna Shcherba, Belarus 2:14.92
# Alice Mills, Australia 2:14.95
# Oxana Verevka, Russia 2:15.45
# Elizabeth Warden, Canada 2:17.32

emi-final ranking

# Yana Klochkova, Ukraine 2:13.30 -Q
# Amanda Beard, United States 2:13.51 -Q
# Katie Hoff, United States 2:13.60 -Q
# Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe 2:13.68 -Q
# Lara Carroll, Australia 2:13.80 -Q
# Beatrice Caslaru, Romania 2:14.25 -Q
# Teresa Rohmann, Germany 2:14.47 -Q
# Agnes Kovacs, Hungary 2:14.68 -Q
# Hanna Shcherba, Belarus 2:14.92
# Alice Mills, Australia 2:14.95
# Joanna Melo, Brazil 2:15.43
# Oxana Verevka, Russia 2:15.45
# Georgina Bardach, Argentina 2:15.73
# Yafei Zhou, China 2:15.93
# Elizabeth Warden, Canada 2:17.32
# Helen Norfolk, New Zealand 2:17.41

Final

# Yana Klochkova, Ukraine 2:11.14
# Amanda Beard, United States 2:11.70 American Record
# Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe 2:12.72 African Record
# Agnes Kovacs, Hungary 2:13.58
# Teresa Rohmann, Germany 2:13.70
# Lara Carroll, Australia 2:13.74
# Katie Hoff, United States 2:13.97
# Beatrice Caslaru, Romania 2:15.40


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