List of Austrian records in swimming

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This is a list of national swimming records for Austria. These are the fastest times ever swum by a swimmer representing the country.

These records are kept/maintained by Austria's national swimming federation: Österreichischer Schwimmverband (OSV).[1] The information presented here is based on the most recent listing published in February 2012.[2][3]

Records[edit]

Male[edit]

Event Long course (50m) Short course (25m)
  freestyle
50 free 22.85
Martin Spitzer (Austria)
World Military Championships 2010
August 24, 2010 / Warendorf, Germany Germany
21.59
Martin Spitzer (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 10, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
100 free 50.02
Dominik Koll (VÖEST Linz)
Austrian Indoor Championships 2009
March 1, 2009 / Vienna
48.25
Dinko Jukić (Austria Wien)
November 28, 2009 / Vienna
200 free 1:47.72
Dominik Koll (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 12, 2008 / Beijing, China China
1:43.90
Dominik Koll (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 13, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
400 free 3:47.61
David Brandl (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 26, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
3:39.82
Dominik Koll (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 11, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
800 free 7:55.97
Florian Janistyn (Wiener Neustadt)
Austrian Indoor Championships 2009
March 1, 2009 / Vienna
7:52.62
David Brandl (Perger SV)
January 30, 2009 / Perg
1500 free 15:12.46
Florian Janistyn (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 15, 2008 / Beijing, China China
14:55.30
David Brandl (Perger SV)
January 30, 2009 / Perg
  backstroke (rucken)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 back 25.57
Markus Rogan (Austria)
Universiade 2009
July 7, 2009 / Belgrade, Serbia Serbia
23.98
Markus Rogan (OSV)
November 27, 2009 / Vienna
100 back 53.33
Markus Rogan (Austria)
Universiade 2009
July 5, 2009 / Belgrade, Serbia Serbia
50.20
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2009 FINA Swimming World Cup: Singapore
November 21, 2009 / Singapore Singapore
200 back 1:55.49
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 15, 2008 / Beijing, China China
1:47.64
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2009 FINA Swimming World Cup: Stockholm
November 11, 2009 / Stockholm, Sweden Sweden
  breaststroke (brust)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 breast 28.00
Hunor Mate (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
27.09
Hunor Mate (Wolsberg)
November 29, 2009 / Vienna
100 breast 1:00.78
Hunor Mate (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 26, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
57.71
Hunor Mate (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 11, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
200 breast 2:11.09
Maxim Podoprigora (Austria)
2001 World Championships
July 25, 2001 / Fukuoka, Japan Japan
2:05.89
Hunor Mate (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 13, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
  butterfly (schmetterling)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 fly 23.69
Martin Spitzer (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 26, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
23.05
Martin Spitzer (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 13, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
100 fly 52.03
Dinko Jukić (Austria Wien)
Austria Indoor Championships 2009
February 27, 2009 / Vienna
50.65
Dinko Jukić (Austria Wien)
December 20, 2008 / Vienna
200 fly 1:54.35
Dinko Jukić (Austria)
2012 Summer Olympics
July 31, 2012 / London, Great Britain United Kingdom
1:50.32
Dinko Jukić (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 12, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
  individual medley (lagen)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
100 IM     not swum 52.77
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2009 FINA Swimming World Cup: Stockholm
November 11, 2009 / Stockholm, Sweden Sweden
200 IM 1:57.74
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 27, 2011 / Shanghai, China China
1:51.72
Markus Rogan (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 10, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
400 IM 4:15.48
Dinko Jukić (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 9, 2008 / Beijing, China China
4:03.01
Dinko Jukić (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 12, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
  relays  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
4×50 free relay   not swum 1:32.54
Eisenstadt
(Marcel Schaufler, Kay Stoss
  Martin Cernansky, Sebastian Stoss)
December 20, 2009 / Vienna
4×100 free relay 3:26.70
Eisenstadt
(Marcel Schaufler, Martin Cernansky
  Maxim Podoprigora, Sebastian Stoss)
Austrian State & Junior Championships 2009
August 8, 2009 / Sankt Pölten
3:22.78
Donau Wien
(Marco Ebenbichler, Oliver Schmich,
  Andreas Stockinger, Dietmar Stockinger)
January 25, 2009 / Vienna
4×200 free relay 7:36.61
ATUS Graz
(Gottfried Eisenberger, Matthias Schweinzer
  Markus Scherübl, Christian Scherübl)
Austrian Indoor Championships 2011
March 3, 2011 / Graz
7:33.11
Austria Wien
(Dietmar Stockinger, Lukas Ostermaier,
  Maxim Podoprigora, Andreas Stockinger)
January 27, 2007 / Vienna
4×50 medley relay   not swum 1:40.50
Eisenstadt
(Sebastian Stoss, Jakub Maly,
  Kay Stoss, Marcel Schaufler)
December 19, 2009 / Vienna
4×100 medley relay 3:40.36
Austria
(Markus Rogan, Hunor Mate,
  Martin Spitzer, David Brandl)
European Championships
August 15, 2010 / Budapest, Hungary Hungary
3:44.75
ASV Wien
(Lukas Ostermaier, Max Podoprigora,
  David Baron, Sebastian Stoss)
March 9, 2003 / Wiener Neustadt

Female[edit]

Event Long course (50m) Short course (25m)
  freestyle
50 free 25.54
Judith Draxler (TUS Feldbach)
July 13, 2002 / Graz
24.81
Judith Draxler (Austria)
2003 SC Europeans
December 14, 2003 / Dublin, Ireland Republic of Ireland
100 free 55.50
Birgit Koschischek (SU Eisenstadt)
Austria International 2009
April 25, 2009 / Vienna
53.67
Birgit Koschischek (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 11, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
200 free 1:59.11
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
1:57.30
Verena Klocker (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 13, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
400 free 4:09.30
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 26, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
4:02.85
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 13, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
800 free 8:36.40
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 14, 2008 / Beijing, China China
8:20.03
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 13, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
1500 free 16:23.63
Nina Dittrich (Austria)
European Championships
August 14, 2010 / Budapest, Hungary Hungary
16:22.17
Nina Dittrich (Simmering)
January 25, 2008 / Vienna
  backstroke (rucken)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 back 28.72
Fabienne Nadarajah (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 29, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
27.10
Fabienne Nadarajah (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 12, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
100 back 1:03.16
Fabienne Nadarajah (Schwimmclub Nadarajah)
Austrian Indoor Championships 2012
March 3, 2012 / Graz
1:00.58
Uschi Halbreiner (Austria)
2011 SC Europeans
December 8, 2011 / Szczecin, Poland Poland
200 back 2:14.46
Jördis Steinegger (ASV Linz)
Austrian State & Junior Championships 2009
August 7, 2009 / Sankt Pölten
2:09.39
Jördis Steinegger (ASV Linz)
December 19, 2009 / Vienna
  breaststroke (brust)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 breast 31.32
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
30.54
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
2008 SC Worlds
April 10, 2008 / Manchester, UK United Kingdom
100 breast 1:06.58
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 27, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
1:05.24
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
December 21, 2008 / Vienna
200 breast 2:21.97
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
2009 World Championships
July 30, 2009 / Rome, Italy Italy
2:19.23
Mirna Jukić (Austria)
December 20, 2008 / Vienna
  butterfly (schmetterfling)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
50 fly 26.31
Fabienne Nadarajah (SV Schwechat)
Austria International 2009
April 25, 2009 / Vienna
25.64
Fabienne Nadarajah (Austria)
2009 SC Europeans
December 11, 2009 / Istanbul, Turkey Turkey
100 fly 58.80
Birgit Koschischek (SVS-Schwimmen)
Austria Indoor Nationals 2012
March 2, 2012 / Graz
57.42
Birgit Koschischek (Austria)
2008 SC Europeans
December 11, 2008 / Rijeka, Croatia Croatia
200 fly 2:09.85
Nina Dittrich (Austria)
2008 Olympics
August 12, 2008 / Beijing, China China
2:07.46
Birgit Koschischek (Austria)
2011 SC Europeans
December 8, 2011 / Szczecin, Poland Poland
  individual medley (lagen)  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
100 IM     not swum 1:00.77
Lisa Zaiser (Austria)
2011 SC Europeans
December 10, 2011 / Szczecin, Poland Poland
200 IM 2:13.29
Mirna Jukić (Austria Wien)
Austria International 2009
April 26, 2009 / Vienna
2:09.07
Mirna Jukić (Austria Wien)
December 21, 2008 / Vienna
400 IM 4:41.33
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2011 Worlds
July 31, 2011 / Shanghai, China China
4:33.91
Jördis Steinegger (Austria)
2011 SC Europeans
December 11, 2011 / Szczecin, Poland Poland
  relays  long course (50 m)  short course (25 m)
4×50 free relay  not swum 1:46.66
SV Schwechat
(Nadine Svatunek, Marilies Demal,
  Carina Krupicka, Fabienne Nadarajah)
March 11, 2006 / Wiener Neustadt
4×100 free relay 3:51.67
SVS-Schwimmen
 (Maria Batliner, Alexandra Minkova,
  Marie-Theres Zeilinger, Birgit Koschischek)
Austria Indoor Championships 2012
March 4, 2012 / Graz
3:50.80
USC Graz
(Uschi Halbreiner, Christina Northdurfter,
  Nicole Pichler, Eva Chaves-Diaz)
February 4, 2012 / Graz
4×200 free relay 8:30.78
ASV Linz
 (Nina Dittrich, Jördis Steinegger,
  Tamara Singewald, Tamara Furthofer)
February 28, 2009 / Vienna
8:17.90
USC Graz
(Uschi Halbreiner, Christina Northdurfter,
  Nicole Pichler, Eva Chaves-Diaz)
February 3, 2012 / Graz
4×50 medley relay  not swum 1:58.81
SV Schwechat
(Marilies Dernal, Fabienne Nadarajah,
  Carina Krupicka, Nadine Svatunek)
March 12, 2006 / Wiener Neustadt
4×100 medley relay 4:17.68
USC Graz
 (Uschi Halbreiner, Christina Northdurfter,
  Eva Chaves-Diaz, Nicole Pichler)
Austria Indoor Championships 2011
March 6, 2011 / Graz
4:13.74
Austria Wien
(Susi Polansky, Mirna Jukić,
  Alexandra Stecher, Petra Zahrl)
March 9, 2003 / Wiener Neustadt

References[edit]

  1. ^ Template:At icon Rekorde page from the Austrian Swimming Federation's website (http://osv.or.at); retrieved 2012-03-06.
  2. ^ OSV Rekorde männlich (Austrian Records men); published by Österreichischer Schwimmverband (OSV) on 2012-02-12; retrieved 2012-03-06.
  3. ^ OSV Rekorde weiblich (Austrian Records women); published by Österreichischer Schwimmverband (OSV) on 2012-02-12; retrieved 2012-03-06.