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Joanne Malar

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NameJoanne Malar
Full nameJoanne Susan Malar
NationalityCanada
StrokesFreestyle and Medley
College teamUniversity of Calgary 
Height1.73 m

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Joanne Malar (born October 30, 1975 in Hamilton, Ontario) is a former medley swimmer from Canada, who competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1992.

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Joanne Malar comfortably winning her heat at the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Interesting to note Joanne is wearing a traditional leg baring swimsuit. Come Sydne...
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Hundreds to compete in Sprint Triathlon - Summerland Review Tweet this news
Summerland Review--Head coach Tom Best has been coaching at all levels for over 30 years while three time Olympian -Joanne Malar- brings her experience as a high level ... - Date : Wed, 25 Aug 2010 22:22:14 GMT+00:00
Swimmers topple club records - Summerland Review Tweet this news
Summerland Review--Swim coach -Joanne Malar-, left, gives Julia Belmonte some advice during a recent practice at the Summerland Aquatic Centre. The local swimming Orcas have ... - Date : Wed, 19 May 2010 22:30:28 GMT+00:00
Engineers - you gotta love 'em - Hamilton Spectator Tweet this news
Hamilton Spectator---...- Gord and Marion Malar, parents of -Joanne Malar- (Gord was Tom Jenkins' teacher at St. Columba Separate School in grades 7 and 8), to name a few.--- - Date : Tue, 18 May 2010 08:33:43 GMT+00:00

Medal Record
World Championships (SC)
Gold1995 Rio de Janeiro400 m medley
Gold1995 Rio de Janeiro4x200 m freestyle
Silver1999 Hong Kong400 m medley
Bronze1997 Gothenburg400 m medley
Bronze1999 Hong Kong400 m freestyle
Pan American Games
Gold1995 Mar del Plata200 m medley
Gold1995 Mar del Plata400 m medley
Gold1999 Winnipeg200 m medley
Gold1999 Winnipeg400 m medley
Gold1999 Winnipeg4x200 m freestyle
Gold2003 Santo Domingo{{cite weburl=http://sports123.com/swi/index.html
Silver1991 Havana200 m medley
Silver1991 Havana400 m medley
Silver2003 Santo Domingo4 x 100 m freestyle
Silver2003 Santo Domingo4 x 100 m medley
Bronze1991 Havana200 m backstroke
Bronze1995 Mar del Plata200 m backstroke
Bronze2003 Santo Domingo4 x 200 m freestyle
Commonwealth Games
Gold1998 Kuala Lumpur400 m medley
Silver1998 Kuala Lumpur200 m medley
Silver1998 Kuala Lumpur800 m freestyle
Bronze1994 Victoria4x200 m freestyle
Bronze1998 Kuala Lumpur400 m freestyle
Bronze1998 Kuala Lumpur4x200 m freestyle
Pan Pacific Championships
Gold1999 Sydney200 m medley
Gold1999 Sydney400 m medley
Bronze1997 Fukuoka200 m freestyle
Bronze1997 Fukuoka200 m medley
Bronze1997 Fukuoka400 m medley

World Short Course Champions in Women's 400 m Individual Medley

1993: Dai Guohong (CHN) * 1995: Joanne Malar (CAN) * 1997: Emma Johnson (AUS) * 1999: Yana Klochkova (UKR) * 2000: Yana Klochkova (UKR) * 2002: Yana Klochkova (UKR) * 2004: Kaitlin Sandeno (USA) * 2006: Qi Hui (CHN) * 2008: Kirsty Coventry (ZIM)

World Short Course Champions in Women's 4×200 m Freestyle Relay

1993: China (Shan Ying, Zhou Guanbin, Le Jingyi, Lu Bin) * 1995: Canada (Limpert, Shakespeare, Evanetz, Malar) * 1997: China (Luna Wang, Nian Yin, Chen Yan, Shan Ying) * 1999: Sweden (Lillhage, Jöhncke, Sjöberg, Svahnström) * 2000: Great Britain (Huddart, Jackson, Legg, Pickering) * 2002: China (Xu Yanvei, Zhu Yingwen, Tang Jingzhi, Yang Yu) * 2004: United States (Vollmer, Komisarz, Benko, Sandeno) * 2006: Australia (Barratt, Schipper, Reese, Lenton) * 2008: Netherlands (Dekker, Heemskerk, Veldhuis, Kromowidjojo)

Pan American Champions in Women's 200 m Individual Medley

1967: Claudia Kolb * 1971: Leslie Cliff * 1975: Kathy Heddy * 1979: Tracy Caulkins * 1983: Tracy Caulkins * 1987: Susan Habermas * 1991: Lisa Summers * 1995: Joanne Malar * 1999: Joanne Malar * 2003: Joanne Malar * 2007: Julia Smit

Pan American Champions in Women's 400 m Individual Medley

1967: Claudia Kolb * 1971: Leslie Cliff * 1975: Kathy Heddy * 1979: Tracy Caulkins * 1983: Tracy Caulkins * 1987: Tami Bruce * 1991: Amy Shaw * 1995: Joanne Malar * 1999: Joanne Malar * 2003: Georgina Bardach * 2007: Kathleen Hersey

Pan American Champions in Women's 4×200 m Freestyle Relay

1987: United States (Habermas, Linke, Hayden, Hedgepeth) * 1991: United States (Norberg, Metz, Skillman, Jacob) * 1995: United States (Jackson, Vincent, Fox, Teuscher) * 1999: Canada (Deglau, Malar, Limpert, Nicholls) * 2003: United States (Hill, Lanne, Piper, Vollmer) * 2007: United States (Rodriguez, Kukors, Ohlgren, Carroll) *

Commonwealth Champions in Women's 400 m Individual Medley

1962: Anita Lonsbrough (ENG) * 1966: Elaine Tanner (CAN) * 1970: Denise Langford (AUS) * 1974: Leslie Cliff (CAN) * 1978: Sharron Davies (ENG) * 1982: Lisa Curry-Kenny (AUS) * 1986: Suzie Landells (AUS) * 1990: Hayley Lewis (AUS) * 1994: Elli Overton (AUS) * 1998: Joanne Malar (CAN) * 2002: Jennifer Reilly (AUS) * 2006: Stephanie Rice (AUS)

Pan Pacific Champions in Women's 200 m Individual Medley

1985: Michelle Pearson (AUS) * 1987: Angel Myers (USA) * 1989: Lin Li (CHN) * 1991: Summer Sanders (USA) * 1993: Allison Wagner (USA) * 1995: Elli Overton (AUS) * 1997: Kristine Quance (USA) * 1999: Joanne Malar (CAN) * 2002: Tomoko Hagiwara (JPN) * 2006: Whitney Myers (USA)

Pan Pacific Champions in Women's 400 m Individual Medley

1985: Erika Hansen (USA) * 1987: Janet Evans (USA) * 1989: Janet Evans (USA) * 1991: Summer Sanders (USA) * 1993: Kristine Quance (USA) * 1995: Fumie Kurotori (USA) * 1997: Kristine Quance (USA) * 1999: Joanne Malar (CAN) * 2002: Jennifer Reilly (AUS) * 2006: Katie Hoff (USA)



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