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Swimming at the 7th All-Africa Games was held September 12–18, 1999 at the Ellis Park Aquatic Complex in Johannesburg, South Africa. The six-day meet featured events in a 50-meter (long course) pool.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Contents

1 Participating nations 2 Schedule 3 Results

3.1 Men 3.2 Women 3.3 Medal standings

4 References

Participating nations[edit] 128 swimmers from 18 nations were entered in the competition.[7] Among those with swimmers were:

 Algeria  Angola  Egypt  Kenya

 Madagascar  Mauritius  Mozambique  Namibia

 Nigeria  Senegal  Seychelles  South Africa

 Swaziland  Tunisia  Zambia  Zimbabwe

Schedule[edit] Note: Events are listed on correct day, but possibly not in the right order.

Date September 12 September 13 September 14

E v e n t s 100 free (w) 100 breast (m) 400 IM (w) 200 free (m) 4x200 Free Relay (w) 200 breast (w) 100 fly (m) 200 free (w) 400 IM (m) 4x200 Free Relay (m) 100 free (m) 400 free (w) 200 back (m) 100 back (w) 4x100 Free Relay (w)

Date September 15 September 16 September 17

E v e n t s 100 fly (w) 200 breast (m) 100 breast (w) 400 free (m) 800 free (w) 4x100 Free Relay (m) 50 free (m) 200 IM (w) 200 fly (m) 100 back (m) 1500 free (m) 4x100 Medley Relay (w) 200 fly (w) 200 IM (m) 200 back (w) 50 free (w) 4x100 Medley Relay

m= men's event, w= women's event Results[edit] Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze

50m Freestyle Brendon Dedekind   South Africa 22.36   GR Nicholas Folker   South Africa 22.83 Salim Iles   Algeria 23.02

100m Freestylem1 Brendon Dedekind   South Africa 50.50 Salim Iles   Algeria 50.58 Nicholas Folker   South Africa 50.61

200m Freestyle Herman Louw   South Africa 1:52.68 Glen Walshaw   Zimbabwe 1:55.85 Terence Parkin   South Africa 1:56.78

400m Freestyle Ryno Markgraaff   South Africa 4:06.93 James Willcox   South Africa 4:08.00 Glen Walshaw   Zimbabwe 4:09.65

1500m Freestyle Denis Sirringhaus   South Africa 16:17.53 Ryno Markgraaff   South Africa 16:50.96 Herbert Couacud   Mauritius 16:59.31

100m Backstroke Mehdi Addadi   Algeria 58.28 Benjamin Lo-Pinto   Seychelles 59.64 Haitham Hazem   Egypt 59.91

200m Backstroke Brett Rogers   South Africa 2:08.83 George Du Rand   South Africa 2:10.41 Benjamin Lo-Pinto   Seychelles 2:11.21

100m Breaststroke Brett Petersen   South Africa 1:02.63 Chris Stewart   South Africa 1:06.01 Alan Ogden   Zimbabwe 1:08.08

200m Breaststroke Terence Parkin   South Africa 2:16.29   GR Greg Owen   South Africa 2:21.14 Ayman Khattab   Egypt 2:26.98

100m Butterfly Ryan Kelly   South Africa 54.66 Theo Verster   South Africa 54.75 Mehdi Addadi   Algeria 56.30

200m Butterfly Theo Verster   South Africa 2:04.69   GR Raazik Nordien   South Africa 2:08.75 Fares Attar   Algeria 2:10.11

200m I.M. Theo Verster   South Africa 2:04.10   GR Terence Parkin   South Africa 2:07.97 Kenny Roberts   Seychelles 2:11.00

400m I.M Terence Parkin   South Africa 4:35.29 Adrian Bosch   South Africa 4:39.06 Kenny Roberts   Seychelles 4:46.26

4 × 100 m   Free Relay South Africa   Brett Rogers,   Brett Petersen,   Ryan Kelly,   Brendon Dedekind 3:51.45 Algeria 3:54.91 Egypt 3:58.22

4 × 200 m   Free Relay South Africa   Herman Louw,   James Willcox,   Ryno Maarkgraaf,   Terence Parkin 7:41.91 Algeria 7:58.54 Seychelles   Kenny Roberts,   Jean-Paul Adam,   Benjamin Lo-Pinto,   Barnsley Albert [8] 8:04.98

4 × 100 m   Medley Relay South Africa 3:51.45 Algeria 3:54.91 Egypt 3:58.22

m1 In prelims of the men's 100 free, Algeria's Salim Iles set a new Games Record (GR) of 50.36. Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze

50m Freestyle Rania Elwani   Egypt Stacey Bowley   South Africa 26.56   not awarded

Kirsty Coventry   Zimbabwe 26.72

100m Freestyle Charlene Wittstock   South Africa 57.46 Teresa Moodie   Zimbabwe 58.04 Rania Elwani   Egypt 58.12

200m Freestyle Kim van Selm   South Africa 2:05.50 Kirsten van Heerden   South Africa 2:06.15 Rania Elwani   Egypt 2:08.08

400m Freestyle Kim van Selm   South Africa 4:26.50 Kirsten van Heerden   South Africa 4:27.04 Boutheina Elouer   Tunisia 4:40.03

800m Freestyle Kim van Selm   South Africa 9:13.30 Bronwyn Dedekind   South Africa 9:19.04 Maha Elmerghany   Egypt 9:44.72

100m Backstroke Charlene Wittstock   South Africa 1:04.31 Kirsty Coventry   Zimbabwe 1:05.29 Taryn Ternent   South Africa 1:05.95

200m Backstroke Mandy Loots   South Africa 2:21.22 Taryn Cokayne   South Africa 2:23.27 Mandy Leach   Zimbabwe 2:29.14

100m Breaststrokew1 Penny Heyns   South Africa 1:07.58   GR Ziada Jardine   South Africa 1:15.31 Lauren Harvey   Zimbabwe 1:18.05

200m Breaststrokew1 Penny Heyns   South Africa 2:28.00   GR Sarah Poewe   South Africa 2:32.80 Lauren Harvey   Zimbabwe 2:53.17

100m Butterfly Mandy Loots   South Africa 1:01.32   GR Candice Crafford   South Africa 1:03.64 Teresa Moodie   Zimbabwe 1:05.18

200m Butterfly Mandy Loots   South Africa 2:16.02   GR Natalie du Toit   South Africa 2:19.80 Kenza Bennaceur   Algeria 2:33.54

200m I.M. Mandy Loots   South Africa 2:20.02   GR Kirsty Coventry   Zimbabwe 2:23.42 Mandy Leach   Zimbabwe 2:25.53

400m I.M Mandy Loots   South Africa 4:59.50   GR Natalie du Toit   South Africa 5:06.62 Kenza Bennaceur   Algeria 5:29.60

4 × 100 m   Free Relayw2 Zimbabwe   Kirsty Coventry,   Tanya Gurr,   Mandy Leach,   Teresa Moody 3:53.45 South Africa   Charlene Wittstock,   Stacey Bowley,   Candice Crafford,   Kim van Selm 3:54.31 Egypt 4:11.06

4 × 200 m   Free Relay South Africa   Kirsten van Heerden,   Stacey Bowley,   Bronwyn Dedekind,   Kim van Selm 8:36.76 Zimbabwe 8:47.56 Egypt 9:18.40

4 × 100 m   Medley Relay South Africa   Charlene Wittstock,   Penny Heyns,   Mandy Loots,   Stacey Bowley 4:11.57   GR Zimbabwe 4:28.96 Egypt 4:48.17

w1 In winning the Women's 100 and 200 Breaststrokes, South Africa's Penny Heynes defended the 2 titles she won at the 1995 All-Africa Games. w2 Order of swimmers for the women's 4x100 Free Relay may be off, however, Moody (Zimbabwe) and Van Selm (South Africa) were the fourth swimmers for their relays. Medal standings[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total

1  South Africa 30 20 3 53

2  Zimbabwe 1 6 8 15

3  Algeria 1 4 5 10

4  Egypt 1 - 10 11

5  Seychelles - 1 4 5

6  Mauritius - - 1 1

 Tunisia - - 1 1

References[edit]

^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 1 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-12; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 2 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-13; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 3 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-14; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 4 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-16; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 5 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-16; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (1999) All Africa Games - Day 6 by Neville Smith for SwimNews. Published 1999-09-18; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ (2003) All African Games Roundup & Results by Chaker Belhadj, published by SwimNews on 2003-10-24; retrieved 2011-07-29. ^ "Ninth All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria – from July 11 to 23-Seychelles' history at the All-Africa Games". www.nation.sc. Retrieved 2017-06-14. 

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