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List of all Olympics Women's 100 Meter Backstroke winners including gold, silver and bronze medalists.

Women's 100 Meter Backstroke

Women's 100 Meter Backstroke swimming event is one of the most popular swimming events at Olympic Games. It was held for the first time at Olympic Games in 1928 and has been a regular feature of the women swimming events at Olympics. This table lists all the medal winners in Women's 100 Meter Backstroke swimming competition at Olympic Games.

Women's 100 Meter Backstroke Winners at Olympics

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1924 Sybil Bauer
United States
Phyllis Harding
Great Britain
Aileen Riggin
United States
1928 Marie Braun
Netherlands
Ellen King
Great Britain
Joyce Cooper
Great Britain
1932 Eleanor Holm
United States
Bonnie Mealing
Australia
Valerie Davies
Great Britain
1936 Nida Senff
Netherlands
Rie Mastenbroek
Netherlands
Alice BRIDGES
United States
1948 Karen Harup
Denmark
Suzanne Zimmerman
United States
Judy-Joy Davies
Australia
1952 Joan Harrison
South Africa
Geertje Wielema
Netherlands
Jean Stewart
New Zealand
1956 Judy Grinham
Great Britain
Carin Cone
United States
Margaret Edwards
Great Britain
1960 Lynn BURKE
United States
Natalie Steward
Great Britain
Satoko TANAKA
Japan
1964 Cathy FERGUSON
United States
Kiki Caron
France
Virginia DUENKEL
United States
1968 Kaye Hall
United States
Elaine Tanner
Canada
Jane Swagerty
United States
1972 Melissa Belote
United States
Andrea Gyarmati
Hungary
Susie Atwood
United States
1976 Ulrike Richter
East Germany
Birgit Treiber
East Germany
Nancy Garapick
Canada
1980 Rica Reinisch
East Germany
Ina Kleber
East Germany
Petra Riedel
East Germany
1984 Theresa Andrews
United States
Betsy Mitchell
United States
Jolanda de Rover
Netherlands
1988 Kristin OTTO
East Germany
Krisztina Egerszegi
Hungary
Cornelia Sirch
East Germany
1992 Krisztina Egerszegi
Hungary
Tünde Szabó
Hungary
Lea Loveless
United States
1996 Beth Botsford
United States
Whitney Hedgepeth
United States
Marianne Kriel
South Africa
2000 Diana Mocanu
Romania
Mai Nakamura
Japan
Nina Zhivanevskaya
Spain
2004 Natalie Coughlin
United States
Kirsty Coventry
Zimbabwe
Laure Manaudou
France
2008 Natalie Coughlin
United States
Kirsty Coventry
Zimbabwe
Margaret Hoelzer
United States
2012 Missy Franklin
United States
Emily Seebohm
Australia
Aya Terakawa
Japan
2016 Lilly King, Katinka Hosszú
United States, Hungary
Yuliya Yefimova, Kathleen Baker
Russia, United States
Katie Meili, Kylie Masse, Fu Yuanhui
United States, Canada, China