Updated September 06, 2010The 2007 FINA World Championships are in Melbourne from 17 March through 1 April 2007. How did the swimmers, divers, water polo players, synchronized swimmers, and open water swimmers do in their chase for world championship gold, silver, and bronze medals during the biggest aquatic competition prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games?
2007 FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS UPDATES:
From About Swimming World Championships Results:Swimming
Open Water Swimming
Water Polo Results Full Result Books From Omega Timing (PDF):
Open Water Swimming
- Scroll to the bottom of this page for the 2007 FINA World Championship's Medal Count by country.
RESULTSFrom About Swimming:
- Open Water Swimming Results
- Diving Results
- Synchronized Swimming Results
- Water Polo Results
- The USA World Championship Swimming Team Roster
- U.S. Synchronized Swimming 2007 World Championship Synchro Swim Team
- USA Water Polo 2007 World Championship Men's Team Roster
- USA Diving 2007 FINA World Championships Diving Team
- Pool Swimming - The venue that will host the Swimming and Synchronized Swimming program at the 12th FINA World Championships is a temporary swimming pool, named the Susie O'Neill Pool. The pool was constructed in the Rod Laver Arena (RLA) which is part of the Melbourne Park precinct.
- Diving and Water Polo - The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC) will host the men's and women's Water Polo competition and the Diving competition at the 12th FINA World Championships.
- Open Water Swimming - St Kilda beach, the site of the Open Water Swimming events at the 12th FINA World Championships is situated on one of the most picturesque points of Port Phillip Bay and is only a short distance from the city.
THE DUEL IN THE POOL
- United States vs. Australia in a Dual Swimming Meet - This is like a dessert for the world championship swimming fans. Bragging rights are at stake as swimmers from United States and Australia meet for the third Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool, April 3 at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre in Sydney, Australia. The unique event will boast a worldwide television audience, highlighted by NBC coverage in the United States. NBC Sports will air the meet on Saturday, April 21, from 2-3 p.m. (EST), and Sunday, April 22, from 4-6 p.m. (EST). For the first time, the Aussies will have the advantage of the home crowd.
WORLD CHAMPS MEDAL COUNT