Regan Harrison

1978 - 

Regan Harrison’s first international success was a silver medal, behind Simon Cowley, in the 100 metres breaststroke at the 1999 Sydney Pan Pacs. At Sydney 2000, he missed a medal by 0.15 sec when finishing fourth in the 200 metres breaststroke, an event won by Domenico Fioravanti of Italy. He joined with Matt Welsh, Geoff Huegill and Michael Klim to claim the silver medal in the medley relay behind the United States. A year later, at the 2001 Fukuoka World Swimming Championships Harrison teamed with Welsh, Huegill and Ian Thorpe to win the gold medal in the medley relay. His international career finished after Athens 2004, where he swam in the heats of the 200 metres breaststroke. 

Olympic Results

Athens 2004 - Summer Olympic Games

200m Breaststroke - Men
Heats 2:15.86 7th
Final Placing 23 / 47

Sydney 2000 - Summer Olympic Games

200m Breaststroke - Men
Semi Final 2:13.75 3rd
Heat 2:14.85 4th
Final 2:12.88 4th
Final Placing 4 / 49
4 x 100m Medley Relay - Men
Heat WATSON, J; MITCHELL, R; PINE, A; THORPE, I 3:39.38 1st
Final WELSH, M; HARRISON, R; HUEGILL, G; KLIM, M 3:35.27 2nd  
Final Placing 2 / 24