WATCH: All race videos from 2014 Pan Pacific Championships Day 4

Catch up on all the swimming action from the Gold Coast of Australia with these race videos. Included are all events from the Sunday final except Katie Ledecky‘s World Record-shattering 1500 freestyle, which you can view here.

Included below: Cate Campbell shatters Australian, All-Comers, Commonwealth and meet records in the 50 free, plus Ryan Lochte ties for the meet’s fastest time out of the B final in the men’s 200 IM.

Read our full finals recap here.

Men’s 800 Free

Women’s 200 IM

Men’s 200 IM

A Final:

B Final:

Women’s 50 Free

Men’s 50 Free

Women’s 200 Breast

Men’s 200 Breast

Women’s 4×100 Medley Relay

Men’s 4×100 Medley Relay

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Lane Four
6 years ago

How on earth does Michael appear to be swimming downhill on his 2nd 50? It is something to watch as he appears to accelerate coming home!

TheTroubleWithX
Reply to  Lane Four
6 years ago

Are you talking about the 200 IM or the 100 fly?

Steve Nolan
6 years ago

Maybe it’s just because we’ve been spoiled with so many high-def videos as of recent, but it’s real unfortunate the only way to watch a lot of these races is in 240p.

ohioswimmer
6 years ago

Is there somewhere we can watch all of the A finals? It seems if a race is over a 100 and doesn’t have Missy, Phelps or a world record by Ledecky in it, then we weren’t even treated to highlights.

Admin
Reply to  ohioswimmer
6 years ago

ohioswimmer – we’re hoping to get those videos once NBC releases them to Universal Sports. We’re Universal Sports’ official video sharing partner, so if those videos are released, we’ll have them for sure. Stay tuned…

CP
Reply to  ohioswimmer
6 years ago

Here is a HD quality video of Men’s 100 Fly:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_wLBiCz7wQ

The person who posted this video on youtube has most of the Pan Pac races on his channel, and a lot of them are HD.

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