Watch Michael Phelps win 100 Butterfly at 2014 Pan Pacific Championships (Race Video)

by SwimSwam Staff 22

August 23rd, 2014 International, News, Video

Swimming Video courtesy of Swimming Australia.


Meet record: 50.86, Michael Phelps (USA)
American record: 49.82, Michael Phelps
Australian record: 50.85, Andrew Lauterstein
Canadian record: 52.28, Joe Bartoch
Japanese record: 51.00, Kohei Kawamoto
Australia All-comers record: 50.77, Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps won the gold medal in the men’s 100 butterfly with his time of 51.29. This is his first individual gold medal at a championship meet since making his comeback. Ryan Lochte finished second with a 51.67. Even though Tom Shields did not swim the event tonight, his time from nationals will hold up. Phelps and Shields will represent the United States in this event at the 2015 World Championships next summer.
Hirofumi Ikebata finished third for the bronze medal with his time of 52.50 for Japan. Tommaso D’Orsogna was fourth for Australia and Brazil’s Thiago Pereira finished fifth at 52.71.

Tim Phillips won the B-final of the men’s 100 butterfly with his time of 51.52. He would have finished second had he been in the A-final with that time. Australian Jayden Hadler finished second at 53.07, and Masato Sakai was third at 53.38.

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Lochte’s breathing has improved so much!


yayy! great to see phelps winning again already! so happy for him


Where is the race video? I don’t call that a race video – I call that a tease.


I agree. The video race coverage for this meet is sub-par at best. I counted 10, maybe 11 strokes of actual racing, and only about half of those could you see Phelps. Good headline, poor video. If anyone has a link to the actual race, please post. Thanks.

We Love Phelps

hope we could catch Phelps’ 100fly race today on NBC 😀
nice job MP! i’m sure all your worldwide fans are so very proud of you.
keep up the great work!

We’re in luck! Here are a bunch of race videos including Phelps, from a Brazilian poster:

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