Swimming Olympic Games 1932 Los Angeles (USA) - 07-13.08
MenWomenTodor 66index Los Angeles 1932
Swimming Amsterdam 1928Swimming Berlin 1936
MenGoldSilverBronzedate
Men 100m FreestyleYasuji MiyazakiJPNTatsugo KawaishiJPNAlbert SchwartzUSA07.08
Men 400m FreestyleClarence CrabbeUSAJean TarisFRATsutomu OyokotaJPN10.08
Men 1500m FreestyleKusuo KitamuraJPNShozo MakinoJPNJames CristyUSA13.08
Men 100m BackstrokeMasaji KiyokawaJPNToshio IrieJPNKentaro KawazuJPN12.08
Men 200m BreaststrokeYoshiyuki TsurutaJPNReizo KoikeJPNTeofilo YldefonzoPHI13.08
Men 4x200m Freestyle RelayJapanUnited StatesHungary09.08
WomenGoldSilverBronzedate
Women 100m FreestyleHelene MadisonUSAWillemijntje den OudenNEDEleanor Saville GarattiUSA08.08
Women 400m FreestyleHelene MadisonUSALenore KightUSAJennie MaakalSAF13.08
Women 100m BackstrokeEleanor HolmUSAPhilomena MealingAUSElizabeth Valerie DaviesGBR11.08
Women 200m BreaststrokeClare DennisAUSHideko MaehataJPNElse JacobsenDEN09.08
Women 4x100m Freestyle RelayUnited StatesNetherlandsGreat Britain12.08
Finals were usually with 6 swimmers, but when was need they could be 7.
Qualification rule was usually the first 2 from each Heat go through and always the best Third.
This was to avoid if the best three competitors are in the same Heat, one of them to be eliminated.
MedalsGSBAll
1. Japan55212
2. United States52310
3. Australia11 2
4. Netherlands 2 2
5. France 1 1
6. Great Britain 22
7. Denmark 11
7. South Africa 11
7. Hungary 11
7. Philippines 11
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Last updated: 30 May 2009

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