2022 Junior Pan Pacific Championships
- August 24-27, 2022
- Mark Takai Veterans Memorial Aquatics Center
- Honolulu, Hawaii (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time)
- Prelims 9:00 AM / Finals 5:00 PM (GMT-10)
- LCM (50m)
- Meet Central
- Psych Sheets
- Live Results
- Live Streaming
- Five main story lines – boys
- Five main story lines – girls
The 2022 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, which brings together swimmers from Australia, Canada, Japan, the United States, New Zealand, Samoa, Fiji, and Singapore, is being hosted by the U.S. in Honolulu, Hawaii. It is open to athletes aged 13-18 as of December 31st of the competition year. Each nation is limited to two athletes in the scored A final and two in the B final.
Japan and the United States raked in a total of eight medals each on Day 2. The Americans earned four golds and four silvers, while the Japanese won two golds, two silvers, and four bronzes.
Japan was particularly strong in the 400 IM, which accounted for half of their haul for the night. Mio Narita stood atop the podium in the girls’ race, winning with a meet record of 4:36.79, while Ei Kamikawabata (4:15.23) prevailed in the boys’.
Event winners for Team USA included Erin Gemmell in the 100 free (with a meet record of 54.13); Piper Enge (1:08.58) and Zhier Fan (1:00.74) in the girls’ and boys’ 100 breast; and the relay team of Kayla Wilson, Jillian Cox, Cavan Gormsen, and Gemmell in the 800 free relay. The Americans downed the meet record with 7:54.70.
Flynn Southam and the relay team of Southam, Anders McAlpine, Marcus Da Silva, Joshua Staples added a pair of gold medals to Australia’s tally. Southam broke the meet record in the 100 free (48.23) and the relay quartet destroyed the meet record in the 800 free relay (7:13.07).
Medals Table through Day 2
Team Points through Day 2