2018 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Thursday, August 9 – Tuesday, August 14, 2018
- Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo, Japan
- Meet site
- Psych Sheet
- Start Lists
- Meet Results
After Japan’s Miho Teramura broke the Championship Record in the 200 IM on Friday morning in prelims, swimming a 2:09.86, her 22-year old countrymate Yui Ohashi led 2 swimmers under the record in finals. Ohashi took the win in 2:08.16, while Canadian Sydney Pickrem finished 2nd in 2:09.07. Teramura matched her 2:09.86 from prelims exactly to tie her old record and personal best.
The record coming into the meet was a 2:09.93 done by Australian Emily Seebohm in 2010.
Comparative Splits of Relevant Swims:
|Teramura||Finals swim (3rd place)||27.75||33.78||36.69||31.64||2:09.86|
Pickrem’s runner-up time was a new Canadian Record.
Ohashi’s swim was .25 seconds short of her own National Record in the event of 2:07.91, set at last year’s World Championships.