Swimming at the 1999 South Pacific Games took place in Agana, the capital of Guam, at the Southern High School Pool between 30 May and 5 June 1999. It was the eleventh edition of the South Pacific Games. Men's and women's open water events of 5 kilometres were introduced in 1999, with swimmers from American Samoa, Fiji, Guam, New Caledonia, Northern Marianas, Micronesia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Tahiti competing.
Swimming at the 1999 South Pacific Games Wikipedia
New Caledonia dominated the men's events, winning 14 of the 17 races. Olivier Saminadin collected a personal tally of 13 gold medals including the 5 km open water event.
New Caledonia won 8 of the 17 women's events. Fiji won 6 gold medals due to the performance of Caroline Pickering. Lara Grangeon won the 5 km open water event.
Swimmers from 9 countries were entered in the swimming events at the 1999 Games. The teams were: