2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

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2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
Host city Doha, Qatar
Date(s) 3–7 December
Venue(s) Hamad Aquatic Centre
Nations participating 174
Athletes participating 1300
Events 46
2014 FINA
Short Course Worlds

Qatar Doha
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×50 m men women
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley relay
4×50 m men women
4×100 m men women
Mixed medley relay
4×50 m freestyle medley

The 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) were held in Doha, Qatar on 3–7 December 2014.[1] The Hamad Aquatic Centre in the Aspire Zone hosted the event.[2]

Host selection[edit]

On 14 December 2010, FINA announced that Catania, Italy would host the 2014 Short Course Worlds.[3]

In November 2011, the Italian Swimming Federation (FIN) withdrew their support of Catania as host for the event, due to the Italian regional government's missing deadlines related to financial guarantees for the event.[4][5] FIN's withdraw of support for Catania made it unlikely that the event would stay in Italy.

On 4 April 2012, the FINA Bureau announced that Doha, Qatar would host the event.[6][7]

Schedule[edit]

46 events are going to be held.[8]

 H  Heats  SF  Semifinals 1st Finals
Morning session 09:30  Evening session 18:00
Men
Event December
3 4 5 6 7
50m freestyle H SF 1st
100m freestyle H SF 1st
200m freestyle H 1st
400m freestyle H 1st
1500m freestyle 1st
50m backstroke H SF 1st
100m backstroke H SF 1st
200m backstroke H 1st
50m breaststroke H SF 1st
100m breaststroke H SF 1st
200m breaststroke H 1st
50m butterfly H SF 1st
100m butterfly H SF 1st
200m butterfly H 1st
100m individual medley H SF 1st
200m individual medley H 1st
400m individual medley H 1st
4x50m freestyle H 1st
4x100m freestyle H 1st
4x200m freestyle H 1st
4x50m medlay relay H 1st
4x100m medlay relay H 1st
Total 2 6 4 3 7
Women
Event December
3 4 5 6 7
50m freestyle H SF 1st
100m freestyle H SF 1st
200m freestyle H 1st
400m freestyle H 1st
800m freestyle 1st
50m backstroke H SF 1st
100m backstroke H SF 1st
200m backstroke H 1st
50m breaststroke H SF 1st
100m breaststroke H SF 1st
200m breaststroke H 1st
50m butterfly H SF 1st
100m butterfly H SF 1st
200m butterfly H 1st
100m individual medley H SF 1st
200m individual medley H 1st
400m individual medley H 1st
4x50m freestyle H 1st
4x100m freestyle H 1st
4x200m freestyle H 1st
4x50m medlay relay H 1st
4x100m medlay relay H 1st
Total 3 3 7 2 7
Mixed
Event December
3 4 5 6 7
4x50m freestyle relay H 1st
4x50m medley relay H 1st
Total 1 1

Records broken[edit]

During the competition, a total of 23 world records were set, including 7 men's records and 15 women's records. A mixed relay (including men and women) world record was also broken. Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszú accounted for the most world records with 4.


Broken World records
Event Date Round Name Nationality Time Day
Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay
(record progression)
3 December Final Inge Dekker (1:54.73)
Femke Heemskerk (1:51.22)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (1:54.17)
Sharon van Rouwendaal (1:52.73)
 Netherlands 7:32.85 1
Women's 400 metre individual medley
(record progression)
3 December Final Mireia Belmonte  Spain 4:19.86 1
Women's 200 metre butterfly
(record progression)
3 December Final Mireia Belmonte  Spain 1:59.61 1
Men's 4 × 50 metre medley relay
(record progression)
4 December Final Guilherme Guido (23.42)
Felipe França Silva (25.33)
Nicholas Santos (21.68)
César Cielo (20.08)
 Brazil 1:30.51 2
Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
(record progression)
5 December Final Inge Dekker (52.39)
Femke Heemskerk (50.58)
Maud van der Meer (52.55)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (51.01)
 Netherlands 3:26.53 3
Men's 50 metre freestyle
(record progression)
5 December Final Florent Manaudou  France 20:26 3
Women's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay
(record progression)
7 December Heats Esmee Vermeulen (25.09)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (23.01)
Maud van der Meer (23.89)
Inge Dekker (23.75)
 Netherlands 1:35.74 5
Final Inge Dekker (24.09)
Femke Heemskerk (23.24)
Maud van der Meer (24.03)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (22.88)
 Netherlands 1:34.24

Medal summary[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 7 1 2 10
2  Hungary 6 3 2 11
3  Netherlands 5 1 6 12
4  South Africa 4 1 0 5
5  Spain 4 0 0 4
6  Japan 3 3 4 10
7  France 3 2 3 8
8  Sweden 3 1 0 4
9  United States 2 9 6 17
10  Denmark 2 1 3 6
11  Australia 1 5 4 10
12  Russia 1 4 4 9
13  Italy 1 2 3 6
14  Germany 1 1 2 4
15  Poland 1 1 1 3
16  Jamaica 1 1 0 2
 Lithuania 1 1 0 2
18  Great Britain 0 7 1 8
19  China 0 2 1 3
20  Tunisia 0 1 0 1
21  Ukraine 0 0 2 2
22  Canada 0 0 1 1
 Serbia 0 0 1 1
Total 46 47 46 139

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
  Freestyle
50 m freestyle[9]
  details
Florent Manaudou
 France France
20.26 WR Marco Orsi
 Italy Italy
20.69 César Cielo
 Brazil Brazil
20.88
100 m freestyle[10]
  details
César Cielo
 Brazil Brazil
45.75 Florent Manaudou
 France France
45.81 Danila Izotov
 Russia Russia
46.09
200 m freestyle[11]
  details
Chad le Clos
 South Africa South Africa
1:41.45 Danila Izotov
 Russia Russia
1:41.67 Ryan Lochte
 United States United States
1:42.09
400 m freestyle[12]
  details
Péter Bernek
 Hungary Hungary
3:34.32 CR James Guy
 United Kingdom Great Britain
3:36.35 Velimir Stjepanović
 Serbia Serbia
3:38.17 NR
1500 m freestyle[13]
  details
Gregorio Paltrinieri
 Italy Italy
14:16.10 CR, ER Oussama Mellouli
 Tunisia Tunisia
14:18.79 AF Ryan Cochrane
 Canada Canada
14:23.35 AM
  Backstroke
50 m backstroke[14]
  details
Florent Manaudou
 France France
22.22 WR Eugene Godsoe
 United States United States
23.05 Stanislav Donets
 Russia Russia
23.10
100 m backstroke[15]
  details
Mitch Larkin
 Australia Australia
49.57 Radosław Kawęcki
 Poland Poland
50.11 Ryosuke Irie
 Japan Japan
  and

Matt Grevers
 United States United States
50.12
200 m backstroke[16]
  details
Radosław Kawęcki
 Poland Poland
1:47.38 Ryan Lochte
 United States United States
1:48.20 Mitch Larkin
 Australia Australia
1:48.35
  Breaststroke
50 m breaststroke[17]
  details
Felipe França Silva
 Brazil Brazil
25.63 CR, AM Adam Peaty
 United Kingdom Great Britain
  and

Cameron van der Burgh
 South Africa South Africa
25.87 not awarded
100 m breaststroke[18]
  details
Felipe França Silva
 Brazil Brazil
56.29 CR Adam Peaty
 United Kingdom Great Britain
56.35 Giacomo Perez-Dortona
 France France
56.78
200 m breaststroke[19]
  details
Dániel Gyurta
 Hungary Hungary
2:01.49 Marco Koch
 Germany Germany
2:01.91 Kirill Prigoda
 Russia Russia
2:02.38
  Butterfly
50 m butterfly[20]
  details
Chad le Clos
 South Africa South Africa
21.95 CR Nicholas Santos
 Brazil Brazil
22.08 AM Andriy Hovorov
 Ukraine Ukraine
22.49
100 butterfly[21]
  details
Chad le Clos
 South Africa South Africa
48.44 WR Tom Shields
 United States United States
48.99 Tommaso D'Orsogna
 Australia Australia
49.60
200 m butterfly[22]
  details
Chad le Clos
 South Africa South Africa
1:48.61 CR Daiya Seto
 Japan Japan
1:48.92 AS Paweł Korzeniowski
 Poland Poland
1:50.21
  Individual medley
100 m
individual medley[23]
  details
Markus Deibler
 Germany Germany
50.66 WR Vladimir Morozov
 Russia Russia
50.81 Ryan Lochte
 United States United States
51.24
200 m
individual medley[24]
  details
Kosuke Hagino
 Japan Japan
1:50.47 AS Ryan Lochte
 United States United States
1:51.31 Daiya Seto
 Japan Japan
1:51.79
400 m
individual medley[25]
  details
Daiya Seto
 Japan Japan
3:56.33 AS Kosuke Hagino
 Japan Japan
4:01.17 Dávid Verrasztó
 Hungary Hungary
4:01.82
  Relays
4×50 m
freestyle relay[26]
  details
Russia Russia
 Vladimir Morozov (21.01)
 Evgeny Sedov (20.37)
 Oleg Tikhobaev (20.59)
 Sergey Fesikov (20.63)
Nikita Konovalov[a]
Yevgeny Korotyshkin[a]
Aleksandr Popkov[a]
1:22.60 WR United States United States
 Josh Schneider (21.05)
 Tom Shields (20.99)
 Jimmy Feigen (20.79)
 Ryan Lochte (20.64)
Matt Grevers[a]
Darian Townsend[a]
1:23.47 Italy Italy
 Luca Dotto (21.45)
 Marco Orsi (20.43)
 Filippo Magnini (21.35)
 Marco Belotti (21.33)
Nicolangelo Di Fabio[a]
1:24.56
4×100 m
freestyle relay[27]
  details
France France
 Clément Mignon (47.05)
 Fabien Gilot (46.13)
 Florent Manaudou (44.80)
 Mehdy Metella (45.80)
3:03.78 CR, ER Russia Russia
 Vladimir Morozov (45.51 CR)
 Sergey Fesikov (46.01)
 Danila Izotov (45.79)
 Mikhail Polischuk (46.87)
Oleg Tikhobaev[a]
Nikita Konovalov[a]
3:04.18 United States United States
 Jimmy Feigen (47.41)
 Matt Grevers (46.13)
 Ryan Lochte (46.02)
 Tom Shields (46.02)
Darian Townsend[a]
3:05.58
4×200 m
freestyle relay[28]
  details
United States United States
 Conor Dwyer (1:43.20)
 Ryan Lochte (1:42.42)
 Matt McLean (1:43.20)
 Tyler Clary (1:42.86)
Michael Klueh[a]
Michael Weiss[a]
Darian Townsend[a]
6:51.68 Italy Italy
 Andrea Mitchell D'Arrigo (1:42.77)
 Marco Belotti (1:43.98)
 Nicolangelo Di Fabio (1:42.98)
 Filippo Magnini (1:42.07)
6:51.80 Russia Russia
 Mikhail Polischuk (1:43.62)
 Danila Izotov (1:40.65)
 Artem Lobuzov (1:42.87)
 Viacheslav Andrusenko (1:44.82)
Dmitrii Ermakov[a]
Aleksandr Krasnykh[a]
6:51.96
4×50 m
medley relay[29]
  details
Brazil Brazil
 Guilherme Guido (23.42)
 Felipe França Silva (25.33)
 Nicholas Santos (21.68)
 César Cielo (20.08)
Henrique Martins[a]
João Luiz Gomes Júnior[a]
João de Lucca[a]
1:30.51 WR France France
 Benjamin Stasiulis (23.41)
 Giacomo Perez-Dortona (25.74)
 Mehdy Metella (22.06)
 Florent Manaudou (20.04)
Clément Mignon[a]
1:31.25 ER United States United States
 Eugene Godsoe (23.11)
 Cody Miller (26.04)
 Tom Shields (21.99)
 Josh Schneider (20.69)
Matt Grevers[a]
Brad Craig[a]
1:31.83
4×100 m
medley relay[30]
  details
Brazil Brazil
 Guilherme Guido (50.11)
 Felipe França Silva (56.73)
 Marcos Macedo (49.63)
 César Cielo (44.67)
João Luiz Gomes Júnior[a]
Henrique Martins[a]
3:21.14 SA United States United States
 Matt Grevers (49.79)
 Cody Miller (57.03)
 Tom Shields (48.80)
 Ryan Lochte (45.87)
Eugene Godsoe[a]
Brad Craig[a]
Darian Townsend[a]
Jimmy Feigen[a]
3:21.49 France France
 Florent Manaudou (50.35)
 Giacomo Perez-Dortona (57.00)
 Mehdy Metella (49.07)
 Clément Mignon (45.84)
Benjamin Stasiulis[a]
3:22.26
a Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
  Freestyle
50 m freestyle[31]
  details
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Netherlands Netherlands
23.32 Bronte Campbell
 Australia Australia
23.62 Dorothea Brandt
 Germany Germany
23.77
100 m freestyle[32]
  details
Femke Heemskerk
 Netherlands Netherlands
51.37 CR Sarah Sjöström
 Sweden Sweden
51.39 Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Netherlands Netherlands
51.47
200 m freestyle[33]
  details
Sarah Sjöström
 Sweden Sweden
1:50.78 WR Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
1:51.18 Femke Heemskerk
 Netherlands Netherlands
1:51.69
400 m freestyle[34]
  details
Mireia Belmonte
 Spain Spain
3:55.76 CR Sharon van Rouwendaal
 Netherlands Netherlands
3:57.76 Zhang Yufei
 China China
3:59.51 AS
800 m freestyle[35]
  details
Mireia Belmonte
 Spain Spain
8:03.41 CR Jazz Carlin
 United Kingdom Great Britain
8:08.16 Sharon van Rouwendaal
 Netherlands Netherlands
8:08.17
  Backstroke
50 m backstroke[36]
  details
Etiene Medeiros
 Brazil Brazil
25.67 WR Emily Seebohm
 Australia Australia
25.83 OC Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
25.96
100 m backstroke[37]
  details
Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
55.03 WR Emily Seebohm
 Australia Australia
55.31 OC Daryna Zevina
 Ukraine Ukraine
55.54
200 m backstroke[38]
  details
Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
1:59.23 WR Emily Seebohm
 Australia Australia
2:00.13 OC Sayaka Akase
 Japan Japan
2:02.30
  Breaststroke
50 m breaststroke[39]
  details
Rūta Meilutytė
 Lithuania Lithuania
28.84 Alia Atkinson
 Jamaica Jamaica
28.91 Moniek Nijhuis
 Netherlands Netherlands
29.64
100 m breaststroke[40]
  details
Alia Atkinson
 Jamaica Jamaica
1:02.36 WR Rūta Meilutytė
 Lithuania Lithuania
1:02.46 Moniek Nijhuis
 Netherlands Netherlands
1:04.03
200 m breaststroke[41]
  details
Kanako Watanabe
 Japan Japan
2:16.92 Rie Kaneto
 Japan Japan
2:17.43 Rikke Møller Pedersen
 Denmark Denmark
2:17.83
  Butterfly
50 m butterfly[42]
  details
Sarah Sjöström
 Sweden Sweden
24.58 CR Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark Denmark
24.71 Inge Dekker
 Netherlands Netherlands
24.73
100 m butterfly[43]
  details
Sarah Sjöström
 Sweden Sweden
54.61 WR Lu Ying
 China China
55.25 AS Jeanette Ottesen
 Denmark Denmark
55.32
200 m butterfly[44]
  details
Mireia Belmonte
 Spain Spain
1:59.61 WR Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
2:01.12 Franziska Hentke
 Germany Germany
2:03.89
  Individual medley
100 m
individual medley[45]
  details
Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
56.70 WR Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
 United Kingdom Great Britain
57.83 Emily Seebohm
 Australia Australia
58.19
200 m
individual medley[46]
  details
Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
2:01.86 WR Siobhan-Marie O'Connor
 United Kingdom Great Britain
2:05.87 Melanie Margalis
 United States United States
2:06.68
400 m
individual medley[47]
  details
Mireia Belmonte
 Spain Spain
4:19.86 WR Katinka Hosszú
 Hungary Hungary
4:22.94 Hannah Miley
 United Kingdom Great Britain
4:24.74
  Relays
4×50 m
freestyle relay[48]
  details
Netherlands Netherlands
 Inge Dekker (24.09)
 Femke Heemskerk (23.24)
 Maud van der Meer (24.03)
 Ranomi Kromowidjojo (22.88)
Esmee Vermeulen[a]
1:34.24 WR United States United States
 Madison Kennedy (24.06)
 Abbey Weitzeil (23.40)
 Natalie Coughlin (23.39)
 Amy Bilquist (23.76)
Kathleen Baker[a]
Amanda Weir[a]
1:34.61 Denmark Denmark
 Jeanette Ottesen (23.73)
 Julie Levisen (24.30)
 Mie Nielsen (23.49)
 Pernille Blume (23.96)
Sarah Bro[a]
1:35.48
4×100 m
freestyle relay[49]
  details
Netherlands Netherlands
 Inge Dekker (52.39)
 Femke Heemskerk (50.58)
 Maud van der Meer (52.55)
 Ranomi Kromowidjojo (51.01)
Esmee Vermeulen[a]
Rieneke Terink[a]
3:26.53 WR United States United States
 Natalie Coughlin (52.25)
 Abbey Weitzeil (51.57)
 Madison Kennedy (51.82)
 Shannon Vreeland (52.06)
Amy Bilquist[a]
Amanda Weir[a]
3:27.70 Italy Italy
 Erika Ferraioli (52.70)
 Silvia Di Pietro (52.30)
 Aglaia Pezzato (52.72)
 Federica Pellegrini (51.76)
Alice Mizzau[a]
3:29.48
4×200 m
freestyle relay[50]
  details
Netherlands Netherlands
 Inge Dekker (1:54.73)
 Femke Heemskerk (1:51.22)
 Ranomi Kromowidjojo (1:54.17)
 Sharon van Rouwendaal (1:52.73)
Esmee Vermeulen[a]
7:32.85 WR China China
 Qiu Yuhan (1:53.26)
 Cao Yue (1:54.48)
 Guo Junjun (1:55.14)
 Shen Duo (1:54.14)
7:37.02 Australia Australia
 Leah Neale (1:54.15)
 Madi Wilson (1:54.37)
 Brianna Throssell (1:56.80)
 Kylie Palmer (1:53.27)
Katie Goldman[a]
7:38.59
4×50 m
medley relay[51]
  details
Denmark Denmark
 Mie Nielsen (26.39)
 Rikke Pedersen (29.56)
 Jeanette Ottesen (24.09)
 Pernille Blume (24.00)
1:44.04 WR United States United States
 Felicia Lee (26.37)
 Emma Reaney (29.42)
 Claire Donahue (25.33)
 Natalie Coughlin (23.80)
Amanda Weir[a]
1:44.92 France France
 Mathilde Cini (26.61)
 Charlotte Bonnet (30.29)
 Mélanie Henique (25.20)
 Anna Santamans (23.79)
1:45.89
4×100 m
medley relay[52]
  details
Denmark Denmark
 Mie Nielsen (56.86)
 Rikke Pedersen (1:04.62)
 Jeanette Ottesen (54.99)
 Pernille Blume (52.39)
3:48.86 ER Australia Australia
 Madi Wilson (57.31)
 Sally Hunter (1:04.34)
 Emily Seebohm (57.26)
 Bronte Campbell (51.40)
Katie Goldman[a]
3:50.31 Japan Japan
 Sayaka Akase (57.11)
 Kanako Watanabe (1:05.32)
 Rino Hosoda (56.89)
 Miki Uchida (51.18)
3:50.50
a Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Mixed events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×50 m
freestyle relay[53]
  details
United States United States
 Josh Schneider (20.94)
 Matt Grevers (20.75)
 Madison Kennedy (23.63)
 Abbey Weitzeil (23.25)
Darian Townsend[a]
Amy Bilquist[a]
Natalie Coughlin[a]
1:28.57 WR Russia Russia
 Evgeny Sedov (20.59)
 Vladimir Morozov (20.65)
 Veronika Popova (23.93)
 Rozaliya Nasretdinova (23.96)
Oleg Tikhobaev[a]
Nikita Konovalov[a]
Margarita Nesterova[a]
1:29.13 ER Brazil Brazil
 César Cielo (20.65)
 João de Lucca (21.03)
 Etiene Medeiros (23.58)
 Larissa Oliveira (23.91)
Alan Vitória[a]
Henrique Martins[a]
Daiane Oliveira[a]
Alessandra Marchioro[a]
1:29.17 SA
4×50 m
medley relay[54]
  details
Brazil Brazil
 Etiene Medeiros (25.83 AM)
 Felipe França Silva (25.45)
 Nicholas Santos (21.81)
 Larissa Oliveira (24.17)
João Luiz Gomes Júnior[a]
Henrique Martins[a]
Daiane Oliveira[a]
1:37.26 SA United Kingdom Great Britain
 Chris Walker-Hebborn (23.42)
 Adam Peaty (25.89)
 Siobhan-Marie O'Connor (25.10)
 Fran Halsall (23.05)
1:37.46 ER Italy Italy
 Niccolo Bonacchi (23.58)
 Fabio Scozzoli (25.55)
 Silvia Di Pietro (25.22)
 Erika Ferraioli (23.55)
Simone Sabbioni[a]
1:37.90

References[edit]

  1. ^ Calendar
  2. ^ FINA World Swimming Championships (25M)
  3. ^ FINA selects Catania, Casablanca as future host cities; creates Open Water "School for Officials". Published by Swimming World Magazine on 2010-12-14; retrieved 2012-04-04.
  4. ^ (Italian) Nuoto: Mondiali in vasca corta 2014. Mancata formalizzazione degli impegni della Regione Siciliana. Catania rinuncia (trans: Swimming: Short Course Worlds 2014. Sicilian Regional government fails to formilize committee; Catania waived.). Published by Federazione Italiana Nuoto on 2011-11-14, retrieved 2012-04-04.
  5. ^ Catania withdraws as 2014 World titles host, by Craig Lord, SwimNews. Published 2011-14-11; retrieved 2012-04-04.
  6. ^ WSC 25m: Doha (QAT) will be the host in 2014, press release 2012-#20. Published by FINA on 2012-04-04; retrieved 2012-04-04
  7. ^ FINA announces Doha, Qatar as host of 2014 World Short Course Championships, published by Swimming World Magazine on 2012-04-04; retrieved 2012-04-04. (NOTE: This is a reposting of the FINA press release.)
  8. ^ Schedule
  9. ^ Men's 50 metre freestyle results
  10. ^ Men's 100 metre freestyle results
  11. ^ Men's 200 metre freestyle results
  12. ^ Men's 400 metre freestyle results
  13. ^ Men's 1500 metre freestyle results
  14. ^ Men's 50 metre backstroke results
  15. ^ Men's 100 metre backstroke results
  16. ^ Men's 200 metre backstroke results
  17. ^ Men's 50 metre breaststroke results
  18. ^ Men's 100 metre breaststroke results
  19. ^ Men's 200 metre breaststroke results
  20. ^ Men's 50 metre butterfly results
  21. ^ Men's 100 metre butterfly results
  22. ^ Men's 200 metre butterfly results
  23. ^ Men's 100 metre individual medley results
  24. ^ Men's 200 metre individual medley results
  25. ^ Men's 400 metre individual medley results
  26. ^ Men's 4×50 metre freestyle relay results
  27. ^ Men's 4×100 metre freestyle relay results
  28. ^ Men's 4×200 metre freestyle relay results
  29. ^ Men's 4×50 metre medley relay results
  30. ^ Men's 4×100 metre medley relay results
  31. ^ Women's 50 metre freestyle results
  32. ^ Women's 100 metre freestyle results
  33. ^ Women's 200 metre freestyle results
  34. ^ Women's 400 metre freestyle results
  35. ^ Women's 800 metre freestyle results
  36. ^ Women's 50 metre backstroke results
  37. ^ Women's 100 metre backstroke results
  38. ^ Women's 200 metre backstroke results
  39. ^ Women's 50 metre breaststroke results
  40. ^ Women's 100 metre breaststroke results
  41. ^ Women's 200 metre breaststroke results
  42. ^ Women's 50 metre butterfly results
  43. ^ Women's 100 metre butterfly results
  44. ^ Women's 200 metre butterfly results
  45. ^ Women's 100 metre individual medley results
  46. ^ Women's 200 metre individual medley results
  47. ^ Women's 400 metre individual medley results
  48. ^ Women's 4×50 metre freestyle relay results
  49. ^ Women's 4×100 metre freestyle relay results
  50. ^ Women's 4×200 metre freestyle relay results
  51. ^ Women's 4×50 metre medley relay results
  52. ^ Women's 4×100 metre medley relay results
  53. ^ 4×50 metre mixed freestyle relay results
  54. ^ 4×50 metre mixed medley relay results

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