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The women's 200 meters freestyle had two competitors: Sheniqua Ferguson and Debbie Ferguson. Sheniqua Ferguson competed in the fifth heat of the 18 August qualification round, where she competed against athletes like Jamaica's Veronica Campbell (23.04 seconds), Mali's Kadiatou Camara (23.06 seconds), and Russia's
(23.21 seconds). Sheniqua Ferguson ranked fourth in her heat, behind the aforementioned athletes. Overall, she tied Colombia's Darlenys Obregon for 24th place out of the qualification round's 48 competitors. Debbie Ferguson, who was in the third heat, completed her race in 23.22 seconds and placed second in her heat behind the United States' Marshevet Hooker (23.07 seconds) and ahead of Nigeria's Damola Osayomi. Out of all qualification round competitors, Debbie Ferguson placed twentieth. Both Sheniqua and Debbie Ferguson progressed to the quarterfinal round, which took place on 19 August.
Veronica Campbell-Brown represented Jamaica for the third consecutive Olympic games. Born in Clark's Town, a small settlement in the inland reaches of Trelawny Parish, which lies on the north coast, Campbell-Brown was 18 during her Olympic debut in Sydney, where she was part of the silver medal-winning women's 4 x 100 meters relay. In the 2004 Athens Olympics, when Campbell-Brown was 22 years old, she participated in the women's 100 meters; the women's 200 meters; and the women's 4 x 100 meters relay again. She won a bronze medal in the first, and gold medal in the latter two. Having previously won a total of four medals, Campbell-Brown returned to the Olympics to participate in the women's 200 meters dash. During the August 18 qualification round, Campbell-Brown was placed in the fifth heat, which included eight athletes. She placed first in the heat with a time of 23.04 seconds, displacing Malinese runner Kadiatou Camara (23.06 second) and Russia's
(23.21 seconds). Of the 46 finishing athletes, Campbell-Brown tied Sri Lanka's Susanthika Jayasinghe for 11th place. She was the slowest of the Jamaican athletes in the qualification round. Campbell-Brown advanced to the quarterfinals.
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