Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics - Women's 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay


Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics - Women's 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay

The women's 4×200 metre freestyle relay was a swimming event held as part of the Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics programme. The competition was held on August 18, 2004.

74 swimmers from 16 nations competed.

Medalists

* Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Records

These were the standing world and Olympic records (in minutes) prior to the 2004 Summer Olympics.

United States set a new world record in the final.

Heats

Heat 1

# Great Britain, (Karen Pickering, Joanne Jackson, Caitlin McClatchey, Melanie Marshall) 8:01.77
# Australia, (Shayne Reese, Elka Graham, Linda Mackenzie, Giaan Rooney) 8:01.85
# Germany, (Petra Dallmann, Janina Götz, Hannah Stockbauer, Sara Harstick) 8:03.22
# Brazil, (Joanna Maranhão, Monique Ferreira, Mariana Brochado, Paula Baracho) 8:05.58
# Sweden, (Ida Mattsson, Josefin Lillhage, Lotta Wanberg, Johanna Sjöberg) 8:07.17
# France, (Céline Couderc, Elsa N'Guessan, Katarin Quelennec, Solenne Figuès) 8:09.42
# Italy, (Alessia Filippi, Sara Parise, Cecilia Vianini, Cristina Chiuso) 8:15.30
# Greece, (Zoi Dimoschaki, Marianna Lymperta, Evangelia Tsagka, Georgia Manoli) 8:16.69

Heat 2

# United States, (Lindsay Benko, Rhi Jeffrey, Carly Piper, Rachel Komisarz) 8:00.81
# Spain, (Tatiana Rouba, Melissa Caballero, Erika Villaecija, Arantxa Ramos) 8:03.67
# China, (Zhu Yingwen, Li Ji, Yang Yu, Pang Jiaying) 8:05.38
# Netherlands, (Celina Lemmen, Haike van Stralen, Chantal Groot, Marleen Veldhuis) 8:08.96
# Romania, (Simona Păduraru, Larisa Lăcustă, Beatrice Căslaru, Camelia Potec) 8:09.67
# Switzerland, (Chantal Strasser, Hanna Miluska, Nicole Zahnd, Flavia Rigamonti) 8:10.41
# New Zealand, (Helen Norfolk, Alison Fitch, Rebecca Linton, Nathalie Bernard) 8:14.76
# Slovenia, (Sara Isakovič, Anja Klinar, Anja Čarman, Lavra Babič) 8:16.89

Final

# United States (Natalie Coughlin, Carly Piper, Dana Vollmer, Kaitlin Sandeno), 7:53.42 WORLD RECORD
# China (Zhu Yingwen, Xu Yanwei, Yang Yu, Pang Jiaying), 7:55.97
# Germany (Franziska van Almsick, Petra Dallmann, Antje Buschschulte, Hannah Stockbauer), 7:57.35
# Australia (Alice Mills, Elka Graham, Shayne Reese, Petria Thomas), 7:57.40
# Great Britain (Melanie Marshall, Georgina Lee, Caitlin McClatchey, Karen Pickering), 7:59.11
# Spain (Tatiana Rouba, Melissa Caballero, Arantxa Ramos, Erika Villaecija), 8:02.11
# Brazil (Joanna Maranhão, Monique Ferreira, Mariana Brochado, Paula Baracho), 8:05.29
# Sweden (Josefin Lillhage, Ida Mattsson, Malin Svahnström, Lotta Wanberg), 8:08.34


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