David Meca Medina
Meca took silver in the 5 km event at the 2000 World Championships in Hawaii. He also won silver in the 25 km competition and a bronze in the 10 km at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona, Spain.
Meca successfully swam the English Channel on 10 August 2004 in a time of 7 hours 46 minutes and again on 29 August 2005 in a time of 7 hours 22 minutes, both times rank in the Top Ten of All-Time.
He swims for the Club Natació Sabadell. Meca once served a one-year ban following a positive test for nandrolone, a banned performance enhancer.
- Gold 2000 Honolulu 10 km open water
- Gold 2005 Montréal 25 km open water
- Silver 1998 Perth 25 km open water
- Silver 2000 Honolulu 5 km open water
- Silver 2000 Honolulu 25 km open water
- Silver 2003 Barcelona 25 km open water
- Bronze 2003 Barcelona 10 km open water
- Silver 2000 Helsinki 25 km open water
- Silver 2004 Madrid 25 km open water
- Bronze 2000 Helsinki 5 km open water
- Bronze 2002 Berlin 25 km open water