2006 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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8th FINA Short Course Worlds
Host city Shanghai, China
Date(s) April 5-9, 2006
Venue(s) Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena
Nations participating 116


The 8th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) swam April 5-9, 2006 at the Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena in Shanghai, China.[1][2]

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 116 nations had entered swimmers at the 2006 Short Course Worlds.[3]

Schedule[edit]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m free
  details
Duje Draganja
   Croatia
21.38 Cullen Jones
   USA
21.52 Oleksandr Volynets
   Ukraine

Nick Brunelli
   USA
21.62
100m free
  details
Ryk Neethling
   South Africa
47.24 Filippo Magnini
   Italy
47.31 José Meolans
   Argentina
47.87
200m free
  details
Ryk Neethling
   South Africa
1:43.51 Filippo Magnini
   Italy
1:43.78 Massimiliano Rosolino
   Italy
1:44.67
400m free
  details
Yuri Prilukov
   Russia
3:38:08 Tae-Hwan Park
   South Korea
3:40.43 Massimiliano Rosolino
   Italy
3:41.04
1500m free
  details
Yuri Prilukov
   Russia
14:23.92 CR Tae-Hwan Park
   South Korea
14:33.28 Lin Zhang
   China
14:42.82
50m back
  details
Matt Welsh
   Australia
23.53 Thomas Rupprath
   Germany
23.70 Helge Meeuw
   Germany
24.01
100m back
  details
Matt Welsh
   Australia
51.09 Markus Rogan
   Austria
51.48 Randall Bal
   USA

Helge Meeuw
   Germany
51.63
200m back
  details
Ryan Lochte
   USA
1:49.05 WR Markus Rogan
   Austria
1:50.97 Matt Welsh
   Australia
1:53.10
50m breast
  details
Oleg Lisogor
   Ukraine
26.39 CR Alessandro Terrin
   Italy
26.60 Chris Cook
   Great Britain
27.17
100m breast
  details
Oleg Lisogor
   Ukraine
58.14 CR Brenton Rickard
   Australia
58.70 Alexander Dale Oen
   Norway
59.16
200m breast
  details
Vlad Polyakov
   Kazakhstan
2:06.95 Brenton Rickard
   Australia
2:07.52 Yevgeniy Ryzhkov
   Kazakhstan
2:07.94
50m fly
  details
Matt Welsh
   Australia
23.05 Sergiy Breus
   Ukraine
23.06 Kaio Almeida
   Brazil
23.07
100m fly
  details
Kaio Almeida
   Brazil
51.07 Albert Subirats
   Venezuela
51.23 Jayme Cramer
   USA
51.53
200m fly
  details
Peng Wu
   China
1:52.36 CR Moss Burmester
   New Zealand
1:53.94 Nikolay Skvortsov
   Russia
1:54.09
100m IM
  details
Ryk Neethling
   South Africa
52.42 CR Peter Mankoč
   Slovenia
53.00 Stefan Nystrand
   Sweden
53.97
200m IM
  details
Ryan Lochte
   USA
1:53.31 WR Markus Rogan
   Austria
1:55.68 Igor Berezutskiy
   Russia
1:56.64
400m IM
  details
Ryan Lochte
   USA
4:02.49 CR Luca Marin
   Italy
4:05.12 Igor Berezutskiy
   Russia
4:06.81
4×100m
 Free Relay
  details
 Italy
  Alessandro Calvi
  Klaus Lanzarini
  Christian Galenda
  Filippo Magnini
3:10.74  Sweden
  Marcus Piehl
  Lars Frölander
  Jonas Tilly
  Stefan Nystrand
3:11.63  USA
  Nick Brunelli
  Ryan Lochte
  Matt Grevers
  Jason Lezak
3:11.92
4×200m
 Free Relay
  details
 Italy
  Massimiliano Rosolino
  Matteo Pelliciari
  Nicola Cassio
  Filippo Magnini
6:59.08
CR
 Australia
  Andrew Mewing
  Louis Paul
  Grant Brits
  Nic Ffrost
7:04.16  USA
  Ryan Lochte
  Nick Brunelli
  Jayme Cramer
  Larsen Jensen
7:04.34
4×100m
 Medley Relay
  details
 Australia
  Matt Welsh
  Brenton Rickard
  Adam Pine
  Ashley Callus
3:27.71  USA
  Ryan Lochte
  Scott Usher
  Jayme Cramer
  Nick Brunelli
3:28.00  Ukraine
  Andriy Oleynyk
  Oleg Lisogor
  Sergiy Advena
  Andriy Serdinov
3:28.62
NR

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50m free
  details
Libby Lenton
   Australia
23.97 Therese Alshammar
   Sweden
23.98 Marleen Veldhuis
   Netherlands
24.25
100m free
  details
Libby Lenton
   Australia
52.33 Marleen Veldhuis
   Netherlands
53.33 Maritza Correia
   USA
53.54
200m free
  details
Yu Yang
   China
1:54.94 Federica Pellegrini
   Italy
1:55.15 Annika Liebs
   Germany
1:55.56
400m free
  details
Kate Ziegler
   USA
4:01.79 Bronte Barratt
   Australia
4:03.29 Federica Pellegrini
   Italy
4:03.63
800m free
  details
Anastasia Ivanenko
   Russia
8:11.99 CR Kate Ziegler
   USA
8:14.12 Rebecca Cooke
   Great Britain
8:20.02
50m back
  details
Janine Pietsch
   Germany
27.00 CR Tayliah Zimmer
   Australia
27.25 Chang Gao
   China
27.28
100m back
  details
Janine Pietsch
   Germany
58.02 CR Tayliah Zimmer
   Australia
58.27 Chang Gao
   China
58.74
200m back
  details
Margaret Hoelzer
   USA
2:05.29 Tayliah Zimmer
   Australia
2:05.99 Hannah McLean
   New Zealand
2:06.96
50m breast
  details
Jade Edmistone
   Australia
30.22 Brooke Hanson
   Australia
30.40 Jessica Hardy
   USA
30.48
100m breast
  details
Tara Kirk
   USA
1:05.25 CR Suzaan van Biljon
   South Africa
1:05.62 Jade Edmistone
   Australia
1:06.08
200m breast
  details
Hui Qi
   China
2:20.72 Tara Kirk
   USA
2:21.77 Nan Luo
   China
2:23.49
50m fly
  details
Therese Alshammar
   Sweden
25.76 Fabienne Nadarajah
   Austria
25.95 Anna-Karin Kammerling
   Sweden
26.07
100m fly
  details
Libby Lenton
   Australia
56.61 Rachel Komisarz
   USA
57.43 Jessicah Schipper
   Australia
57.49
200m fly
  details
Jessicah Schipper
   Australia
2:05.11 CR Francesca Segat
   Italy
2:05.91 Yu Yang
   China
2:07.05
100m IM
  details
Brooke Hanson
   Australia
1:00.16 Hanna-Maria Seppälä
   Finland
1:00.74 Martina Moravcová
   Slovakia
1:01.41
200m IM
  details
Hui Qi
   China
2:09.33 Kaitlin Sandeno
   USA
2:10.79 Lara Carroll
   Australia
2:11.77
400m IM
  details
Hui Qi
   China
4:34.28 Alessia Filippi
   Italy
4:35.38 Anastasia Ivanenko
   Russia
4:35.54
4×100m
 Free Relay
  details
 Netherlands
  Inge Dekker
  Hinkelien Schreuder
  Chantal Groot
  Marleen Veldhuis
3:33.32
WR
 Australia
  Shayne Reese
  Sophie Edington
  Danni Miatke
  Libby Lenton
3:34.95  Sweden
  Josefin Lillhage
  Therese Alshammar
  Anna-Karin Kammerling
  Ida Mattsson
3:36.13
4×200m
 Free Relay
  details
 Australia
  Bronte Barratt
  Jessicah Schipper
  Shayne Reese
  Libby Lenton
7:46.96  China
  Jiaying Pang
  Jingzhi Tang
  Yanwei Xu
  Yu Yang
7:47.07  USA
  Kate Ziegler
  Rachel Komisarz
  Amanda Weir
  Kaitlin Sandeno
7:49.16
4×100m
 Medley Relay
  details
 Australia
  Tayliah Zimmer
  Jade Edmistone
  Jessicah Schipper
  Libby Lenton
3:51.84
WR
 USA
  Margaret Hoelzer
  Tara Kirk
  Rachel Komisarz
  Maritza Correia
3:55.65  China
  Chang Gao
  Nan Luo
  Yafei Zhou
  Yanwei Xu
3:55.76

Medal table[edit]

Pos. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Australia 12 9 4 25
2  United States 6 7 8 21
3  China 5 1 6 12
4  South Africa 3 1 0 4
5  Russia 3 0 4 7
6  Italy 2 7 3 12
7  Germany 2 1 3 6
8  Ukraine 2 1 2 5
9  Sweden 1 2 3 6
10  Netherlands 1 1 1 3
11  Brazil 1 0 1 2
 Kazakhstan 1 0 1 2
13  Croatia 1 0 0 1
14  Austria 0 4 0 4
15  South Korea 0 2 0 2
16  New Zealand 0 1 1 2
17  Finland 0 1 0 1
 Slovenia 0 1 0 1
 Venezuela 0 1 0 1
20  Great Britain 0 0 2 2
21  Argentina 0 0 1 1
 Norway 0 0 1 1
 Slovakia 0 0 1 1


References[edit]

  1. ^ Shanghai 2006 subpage of the FINA website (www.fina.org). Retrieved 2013-05-31.
  2. ^ Official Results from the 2006 Short Course Worlds, published by Omega Timing (official timer). Retrieved 2013-05-31.
  3. ^ Source: Entry lists published on the official webpage