List of World Deaf Championships records in swimming

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The World Deaf Championships records in swimming are the fastest ever performances of deaf athletes swum at any edition of the meet, which are recognised and ratified by the Comité International des Sports des Sourds and FINA.

All times are swum in a long-course (50m) pool. All records were set in finals unless noted otherwise.

Men[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m freestyle  23.46  DWR
Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [1][2]
100 m freestyle  51.42  (r) DWR
Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [3]
200 m freestyle  1:53.40  Germano , Luca Luca Germano  Italy 7 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [4][5]
400 m freestyle  4:03.09  Germano , Luca Luca Germano  Italy 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [6][7]
800 m freestyle   
1500 m freestyle  16:22.31  Pioro , Artur Artur Pioro  Poland 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [8][9]
50 m backstroke  27.90  Ibara , Ryutaro Ryutaro Ibara  Japan 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [10][11]
100 m backstroke  59.96  (h)
Kanaji , Yoshikazu Yoshikazu Kanaji  Japan 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [12][13]
200 m backstroke  2:08.94  Kanaji , Yoshikazu Yoshikazu Kanaji  Japan 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [14][15]
50 m breaststroke  27.79  DWR
Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 7 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [16][17]
100 m breaststroke  1:01.15  Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [18][19]
200 m breaststroke  2:16.77  Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [20][21]
50 m butterfly  25.17  Titus , Marcus Marcus Titus  United States 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [22][23]
100 m butterfly  55.70  Trishkin , Ilya Ilya Trishkin  Russia 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [24][25]
200 m butterfly  2:01.71  DWR
Germano , Luca Luca Germano  Italy 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [26][27]
200 m individual medley  2:09.08  Trishkin , Ilya Ilya Trishkin  Russia 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [28][29]
400 m individual medley  4:38.43  Ross , Callum Callum Ross  Great Britain 7 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [30][31]
4×100 m freestyle relay  3:32.91 
 (53.54)
Ilya Sarykin
 (53.76)
Stepan Klimenko
 (52.58)
Ilya Trishkin
 (53.03)
Vitally Obotin
 Russia 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [32][33]
4×200 m freestyle relay  7:50.89  DWR
 (2:00.70)
Ilya Sarykin
 (1:54.95)
Vitally Obotin
 (1:58.25)
Stepan Klimenko
 (1:56.99)
Ilya Trishkin
 Russia 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [34][35]
4×100 m medley relay  3:57.00 
 (1:01.14)
Ivan Kassin
 (1:07.07)
Ruslan Lebedev
 (55.30)
Ilya Trishkin
 (53.49)
Ilya Sarykin
 Russia 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [36][37]

Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; WRWorld record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial


Women[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m freestyle  26.93  Petrushenka , Aksana Aksana Petrushenka  Belarus 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [38][39]
100 m freestyle  58.05  Lytvynenko , Ganna Ganna Lytvynenko  Ukraine 15 August 2007 2nd World Deaf Championships Chinese Taipei
200 m freestyle  2:09.51  Lytvynenko , Ganna Ganna Lytvynenko  Ukraine 14 August 2007 2nd World Deaf Championships Chinese Taipei
400 m freestyle  4:31.70  Meyers , Rebecca Rebecca Meyers  United States 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [40][41]
800 m freestyle  9:16.22  Meyers , Rebecca Rebecca Meyers  United States 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [42][43]
1500 m freestyle   
50 m backstroke  31.96  Brykanova , Eleonora Eleonora Brykanova  Russia 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [44][45]
100 m backstroke  1:07.61  DWR
Rudzko , Maryia Maryia Rudzko  Belarus 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [46][47]
200 m backstroke  2:25.71  Rudzko , Maryia Maryia Rudzko  Belarus 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [48][49]
50 m breaststroke  33.34  Petrushenka , Aksana Aksana Petrushenka  Belarus 7 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [50][51]
100 m breaststroke  1:12.34  Petrushenka , Aksana Aksana Petrushenka  Belarus 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [52][53]
200 m breaststroke  2:35.65  DWR
Petrushenka , Aksana Aksana Petrushenka  Belarus 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [54][55]
50 m butterfly  29.49  Polivanchuk , Alexandra Alexandra Polivanchuk  Sweden 13 August 2007 2nd World Deaf Championships Chinese Taipei
100 m butterfly  1:05.28  Alexeeva , Alena Alena Alexeeva  Russia 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [56][57]
200 m butterfly  2:24.36  Tovsts , Anna Anna Tovsts  Ukraine 8 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [58][59]
200 m individual medley  2:22.78  Petrushenka , Aksana Aksana Petrushenka  Belarus 11 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [60]
400 m individual medley  5:05.31  DWR
Tovsts , Anna Anna Tovsts  Ukraine 7 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [61][62]
4×100 m freestyle relay  4:01.90 
 (1:01.51)
Anna Tovsta
 (59.93)
Valeriia Sytnikova
 (1:01.01)
Iryna Tereshchenko
 (59.45)
Ganna Lytvynenko
 Ukraine 9 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [63][64]
4×200 m freestyle relay  8:49.55  DWR
 (2:11.29)
Peggy Liang
 (2:13.68)
Kristin Ates
 (2:12.85)
Samantha Elam
 (2:11.73)
Rebecca Meyers
 United States 12 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [65][66]
4×100 m medley relay  4:28.36 
 (1:07.94)
Maryia Rudzko
 (1:15.49)
Natalia Deeva
 (1:07.24)
Anastasiya Filipchyk
 (57.69)
Aksana Petrushenka
 Belarus 13 August 2011 3rd World Deaf Championships Portugal Coimbra, Portugal [67][68]

Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; WRWorld record;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial


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