Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships

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2013 FINA
World Championships

Barcelona, Spain
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
High diving
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Team team
Swimming
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
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
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Synchronised swimming
Solo technical free
Duet technical free
Team technical free
combination
Water polo

The swimming events of the 15th FINA World Championships were held July 28 – August 4, 2013, in Barcelona, Spain.[1] The competition was held in a long course pool inside the Palau Sant Jordi. It featured 40 LCM events, split evenly between males and females. Swimming was one of the five aquatic disciplines at the championships.[2]

The United States won the overall medal count, led by Missy Franklin who claimed a record-setting six gold medals. China's Sun Yang won three gold medals on route to "male swimmer of the meet". Katie Ledecky, from the United States, was named "female swimmer of the meet" after setting two world records and winning four gold medals. Four other women's world records were broken during the competition, all four in the women's breaststroke events.

Qualifying criteria[edit]

If a nation entered one competitor in an event then they only have to meet the B standard, but if they enter two competitors then in an event then they both have to meet the A standard. Each member nation can enter one relay team in each event. Qualifying standards must have been met between July 1, 2012, and July 1, 2013.

The time standards for the 2013 FINA World Championships
Men Event Women
A standard
(2 entries)
B standard
(1 entry)
A standard
(2 entries)
B standard
(1 entry)
22.33 23.11 50 freestyle 25.34 26.29
48.93 50.64 100 freestyle 54.86 56.78
1:48.42 1:52.21 200 freestyle 1:58.74 2:02.90
3:49.55 3:57.58 400 freestyle 4:09.81 4:18.55
7:59.06 8:15.83 800 freestyle 8:34.33 8:52.33
15:14.38 15:46.38 1500 freestyle 16:26.36 17:00.88
25.43 26.32 50 backstroke 28.84 29.85
54.43 56.34 100 backstroke 1:01.39 1:03.54
1:58.48 2:02.63 200 backstroke 2:11.09 2:15.68
28.00 28.98 50 breaststroke 32.00 33.12
1:00.86 1:02.99 100 breaststroke 1:08.63 1:11.03
2:12.78 2:17.43 200 breaststroke 2:27.88 2:33.06
23.96 24.80 50 butterfly 26.83 27.77
52.57 54.41 100 butterfly 58.89 1:00.95
1:57.03 2:01.13 200 butterfly 2:09.38 2:13.91
1:59.99 2:04.19 200 individual medley 2:14.97 2:19.69
4:18.99 4:28.05 400 individual medley 4:44.53 4:54.49

Competition format:

  • events 200 meters and under: preliminaries-semifinals-finals (top 16 finishers from prelims advanced to semifinals; top-8 in the semifinals advanced to the final).
  • events 400 meters and longer: prelims/final (top 8 finishers from prelims advanced to the final).

Schedule[edit]

[3]

Recap[edit]

During the World Aquatic Championships, five world records were set (one twice), all by women. Katie Ledecky of the United States broke the world record in the 800-metre freestyle and the 1500-metre freestyle events en route to two gold medals. She also won the 400-metre freestyle to go 3-for-3 in her events.[4] She added a fourth gold, swimming a leg of the 4x200-metre freestyle relay that the United States won.[5] Her performance earned her "female swimmer of the meet," beating out fellow American Missy Franklin based on a formula that does not consider relay events. Franklin became the first woman ever to win six golds in a single World Championships or Olympic Games. She won the 100-metre and 200-metre backstroke events and the 200-metre freestyle.[6] She finished fourth in the 100-metre freestyle in personal best-time.[5] She was also a part of all three women's relay events, which the United States swept.[6] The previous record of five golds was held by America's Tracy Caulkins and Australia's Libby Trickett. Among men, Michael Phelps and Mark Spitz of America, Ian Thorpe of Australia, and Kristin Otto of East Germany all won at least six golds in a single World Championships or Olympics.[5] Franklin also moved into a tie with Trickett for most all-time gold medals with nine.[6]

Rūta Meilutytė of Lithuania broke both the 50-metre and 100-metre breaststroke records in the semi-final of each event. Denmark's Rikke Møller Pedersen set the 200-metre breatstroke record in that event's semi-finals.[4] However, it was Russia's Yuliya Yefimova who won the gold medal in both the 50-metre and 200-metre events, while Meilutytė took gold in the 100-metre.[7]

On the men's side, Sun Yang claimed three golds by winning the 400-metre, 800-metre, and 1500-metre freestyle events to earn "male swimmer of the meet."[4] He also swam China to bronze in the 4x200-metre freestyle relay despite starting his anchor leg two seconds behind third place. Ryan Lochte from the United States won two gold to bring his overall World Champions haul to 15. In the 4x100-metre medley relay, the United States appeared to finish first by a wide margin but was disqualified because a swimmer left the platform too early. As a result, France moved up to first. Camille Lacourt won France's first ever 50-metre backstroke title.[7] César Cielo became the first three-time World Champion of the 50-metre free, winning a final that featured three Olympic gold medalists.[8]

Medal summary[edit]

The United States easily won the overall medal count with 29 medals (24% of total available) and 13 golds (32%). China won the second most golds (5), but just 9 medals overall (down from 14 in the last World Championships). Australia won 13 medals (3 gold) for second place on the total medal count. Russia won 8 medals, the most for the nation since 1998. Germany, Great Britain, and Italy, all historically strong swimming nations, won just four medals among them.[9]

Medals table[edit]

   *   Host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 13 8 8 29
2  China 5 2 2 9
3  France 4 1 4 9
4  Australia 3 10 0 13
5  Hungary 3 1 1 5
 South Africa 3 1 1 5
7  Russia 2 3 3 8
8  Brazil 2 0 3 5
9  Denmark 1 3 0 4
10  Japan 1 2 3 6
11  Sweden 1 1 0 2
12  Lithuania 1 1 0 2
13  Netherlands 1 0 3 4
14  Spain* 0 3 1 4
15  Poland 0 2 1 3
16  Canada 0 1 2 3
17  Italy 0 1 1 2
18  Germany 0 1 0 1
19  New Zealand 0 0 3 3
20  Finland 0 0 1 1
 Great Britain 0 0 1 1
 Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 1 1
Total 40 41 39 120

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle[10]
 César Cielo
Brazil (BRA)
21.32  Vladimir Morozov
Russia (RUS)
21.47 NR  George Bovell
Trinidad and Tobago (TRI)
21.51
100 m freestyle[11]
 James Magnussen
Australia (AUS)
47.71  Jimmy Feigen
United States (USA)
47.82  Nathan Adrian
United States (USA)
47.84
200 m freestyle[12]
 Yannick Agnel
France (FRA)
1:44.20  Conor Dwyer
United States (USA)
1:45.32  Danila Izotov
Russia (RUS)
1:45.59
400 m freestyle[13]
 Sun Yang
China (CHN)
3:41.59  Kosuke Hagino
Japan (JPN)
3:44.82 NR  Connor Jaeger
United States (USA)
3:44.85
800 m freestyle[14]
 Sun Yang
China (CHN)
7:41.36  Michael McBroom
United States (USA)
7:43.60 NR  Ryan Cochrane
Canada (CAN)
7:43.70
1500 m freestyle[15]  Sun Yang
China (CHN)
14:41.15  Ryan Cochrane
Canada (CAN)
14:42.48  Gregorio Paltrinieri
Italy (ITA)
14:45.37 NR
50 m backstroke[16]  Camille Lacourt
France (FRA)
24.42  Matt Grevers
United States (USA)
 Jérémy Stravius
France (FRA)
24.54   Not awarded
100 m backstroke[17]
 Matt Grevers
United States (USA)
52.93  David Plummer
United States (USA)
53.12  Jérémy Stravius
France (FRA)
53.21
200 m backstroke[18]
 Ryan Lochte
United States (USA)
1:53.79  Radosław Kawęcki
Poland (POL)
1:54.24 ER  Tyler Clary
United States (USA)
1:54.64
50 m breaststroke[19]
 Cameron van der Burgh
South Africa (RSA)
26.77  Christian Sprenger
Australia (AUS)
26.78 OC  Giulio Zorzi
South Africa (RSA)
27.04
100 m breaststroke[20]
 Christian Sprenger
Australia (AUS)
58.79  Cameron van der Burgh
South Africa (RSA)
58.97  Felipe Lima
Brazil (BRA)
59.65
200 m breaststroke[21]
 Dániel Gyurta
Hungary (HUN)
2:07.23 CR, ER  Marco Koch
Germany (GER)
2:08.54  Matti Mattsson
Finland (FIN)
2:08.95 NR
50 m butterfly[22]
 César Cielo
Brazil (BRA)
23.01  Eugene Godsoe
United States (USA)
23.05  Frédérick Bousquet
France (FRA)
23.11
100 m butterfly[23]
 Chad le Clos
South Africa (RSA)
51.06 NR  László Cseh
Hungary (HUN)
51.45 NR  Konrad Czerniak
Poland (POL)
51.46
200 m butterfly[24]
 Chad le Clos
South Africa (RSA)
1:54.32  Paweł Korzeniowski
Poland (POL)
1:55.01  Wu Peng
China (CHN)
1:55.09
200 m individual medley[25]
 Ryan Lochte
United States (USA)
1:54.98  Kosuke Hagino
Japan (JPN)
1:56.29  Thiago Pereira
Brazil (BRA)
1:56.30
400 m individual medley[26]  Daiya Seto
Japan (JPN)
4:08.69  Chase Kalisz
United States (USA)
4:09.22  Thiago Pereira
Brazil (BRA)
4:09.48
4×100 m freestyle relay[27]
 France
Yannick Agnel (48.76)
Florent Manaudou (47.93)
Fabien Gilot (46.90)
Jérémy Stravius (47.59)
3:11.18  United States
Nathan Adrian (47.95)
Ryan Lochte (47.80)
Anthony Ervin (47.44)
Jimmy Feigen (48.23)
3:11.42  Russia
Andrey Grechin (48.09)
Nikita Lobintsev (47.91)
Vladimir Morozov (47.40)
Danila Izotov (48.04)
3:11.44
4×200 m freestyle relay[28]
 United States
Conor Dwyer (1:45.76)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.98)
Charlie Houchin (1:45.59)
Ricky Berens (1:45.39)
7:01.72  Russia
Danila Izotov (1:45.14)
Nikita Lobintsev (1:46.23)
Artem Lobuzov (1:46.16)
Alexander Sukhorukov (1:46.39)
7:03.92  China
Wang Shun (1:47.41)
Hao Yun (1:47.25)
Li Yunqi (1:46.92)
Sun Yang (1:43.16)
7:04.74 NR
4×100 m medley relay[29]  France
Camille Lacourt (53.23)
Giacomo Perez d'Ortona (59.26)
Jérémy Stravius (51.33)
Fabien Gilot (47.39)
3:31.51  Australia
Ashley Delaney (53.55)
Christian Sprenger (58.47)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (52.34)
James Magnussen (47.28)
3:31.64  Japan
Ryosuke Irie (53.48)
Kosuke Kitajima (59.29)
Takuro Fujii (51.67)
Shinri Shioura (47.82)
3:32.26

AF African record | AM Americas record | AS Asian record | CR Championship record | ER European record | OC Oceania record | WR World record
NR National record

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle[30]  Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Netherlands (NED)
24.05  Cate Campbell
Australia (AUS)
24.14  Francesca Halsall
Great Britain (GBR)
24.30
100 m freestyle[31]
 Cate Campbell
Australia (AUS)
52.34  Sarah Sjöström
Sweden (SWE)
52.89  Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Netherlands (NED)
53.42
200 m freestyle[32]
 Missy Franklin
United States (USA)
1:54.81  Federica Pellegrini
Italy (ITA)
1:55.14  Camille Muffat
France (FRA)
1:55.72
400 m freestyle[33]
 Katie Ledecky
United States (USA)
3:59.82 AM  Melanie Costa
Spain (ESP)
4:02.47 NR  Lauren Boyle
New Zealand (NZL)
4:03.89
800 m freestyle[34]
 Katie Ledecky
United States (USA)
8:13.86 WR  Lotte Friis
Denmark (DEN)
8:16.32  Lauren Boyle
New Zealand (NZL)
8:18.58 OC
1500 m freestyle[35]
 Katie Ledecky
United States (USA)
15:36.53 WR  Lotte Friis
Denmark (DEN)
15:38.88 ER  Lauren Boyle
New Zealand (NZL)
15:44.71 OC
50 m backstroke[36]
 Zhao Jing
China (CHN)
27.29  Fu Yuanhui
China (CHN)
27.39  Aya Terakawa
Japan (JPN)
27.53
100 m backstroke[37]
 Missy Franklin
United States (USA)
58.42  Emily Seebohm
Australia (AUS)
59.06  Aya Terakawa
Japan (JPN)
59.23
200 m backstroke[38]
 Missy Franklin
United States (USA)
2:04.76 CR  Belinda Hocking
Australia (AUS)
2:06.66  Hilary Caldwell
Canada (CAN)
2:06.80 NR
50 m breaststroke[39]  Yuliya Yefimova
Russia (RUS)
29.52 NR  Rūta Meilutytė
Lithuania (LTU)
29.59  Jessica Hardy
United States (USA)
29.80
100 m breaststroke[40]
 Rūta Meilutytė
Lithuania (LTU)
1:04.42  Yuliya Yefimova
Russia (RUS)
1:05.02 NR  Jessica Hardy
United States (USA)
1:05.52
200 m breaststroke[41]
 Yuliya Yefimova
Russia (RUS)
2:19.41 NR  Rikke Møller Pedersen
Denmark (DEN)
2:20.08  Micah Lawrence
United States (USA)
2:22.37
50 m butterfly[42]
 Jeanette Ottesen
Denmark (DEN)
25.24  Lu Ying
China (CHN)
25.42 AS  Ranomi Kromowidjojo
Netherlands (NED)
25.53
100 m butterfly[43]
 Sarah Sjöström
Sweden (SWE)
56.53  Alicia Coutts
Australia (AUS)
56.97  Dana Vollmer
United States (USA)
57.24
200 m butterfly[44]
 Liu Zige
China (CHN)
2:04.59  Mireia Belmonte
Spain (ESP)
2:04.78  Katinka Hosszú
Hungary (HUN)
2:05.59
200 m individual medley[45]
 Katinka Hosszú
Hungary (HUN)
2:07.92  Alicia Coutts
Australia (AUS)
2:09.39  Mireia Belmonte
Spain (ESP)
2:09.45 NR
400 m individual medley[46]  Katinka Hosszú
Hungary (HUN)
4:30.41  Mireia Belmonte
Spain (ESP)
4:31.21  Elizabeth Beisel
United States (USA)
4:31.69
4×100 m freestyle relay[47]
 United States
Missy Franklin (53.51)
Natalie Coughlin (52.98)
Shannon Vreeland (53.22)
Megan Romano (52.60)
3:32.31 AM  Australia
Cate Campbell (52.33) OC
Bronte Campbell (53.47)
Emma McKeon (53.19)
Alicia Coutts (53.44)
3:32.43 OC  Netherlands
Elise Bouwens (55.68)
Femke Heemskerk (52.86)
Inge Dekker (54.58)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (52.65)
3:35.77
4×200 m freestyle relay[48]
 United States
Katie Ledecky (1:56.32)
Shannon Vreeland (1:56.97)
Karlee Bispo (1:57.58)
Missy Franklin (1:54.27)
7:45.14  Australia
Bronte Barratt (1:57.04)
Kylie Palmer (1:56.29)
Brittany Elmslie (1:56.42)
Alicia Coutts (1:57.33)
7:47.08  France
Camille Muffat (1:56.45)
Charlotte Bonnet (1:56.81)
Mylène Lazare (1:59.15)
Coralie Balmy (1:56.02)
7:48.43
4×100 m medley relay[49]  United States
Missy Franklin (58.39)
Jessica Hardy (1:05.10)
Dana Vollmer (56.31)
Megan Romano (53.43)
3:53.23  Australia
Emily Seebohm (59.40)
Sally Foster (1:06.84)
Alicia Coutts (56.89)
Cate Campbell (52.09)
3:55.22  Russia
Dariya Ustinova (1:00.58)
Yuliya Yefimova (1:04.82)
Svetlana Chimrova (57.64)
Veronika Popova (53.43)
3:56.47

AF African record | AM Americas record | AS Asian record | CR Championship record | ER European record | OC Oceania record | WR World record
NR National record

Records[edit]

The following world and championship records were broken during the competition.

World records[edit]

Date Event Established for Time Name Nation
July 29 Women's 100 m breaststroke semifinals (same) 1:04.35 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania
July 30 Women's 1500 m freestyle final (same) 15:36.53 Katie Ledecky  United States
August 1 Women's 200 m breaststroke semifinals (same) 2:19.11 Rikke Møller Pedersen  Denmark
August 3 Women's 50 m breaststroke heats (same) 29.78 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia
August 3 Women's 50 m breaststroke semifinals (same) 29.48 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania
August 3 Women's 800 m freestyle final (same) 8:13.86 Katie Ledecky  United States

Championship records[edit]

Date Event Established for Time Name Nation
July 29 Women's 100 m breaststroke heats (same) 1:04.52 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania
July 29 Women's 100 m breaststroke semifinals Women's 50 m breaststroke 29.97 † Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania
August 2 Men's 200 m breaststroke finals (same) 2:07.23 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary
August 3 Women's 200 m backstroke finals (same) 2:04.76 Missy Franklin  United States

Legend: † – en route to final mark

References[edit]

  1. ^ Competition Schedule for the 2013 World Championships. From the event's website (www.bcn2013.com); retrieved 2013-06-12.
  2. ^ Meet Summons for the 2013 World Championships. Published by FINA on 2013-01-31; retrieved 2013-06-12.
  3. ^ "Swimming – Schedule". FINA. fina.org. 8 July 2013. Retrieved 8 July 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c "Streamlined News: Recapping a Busy Week in the Swimming World". Swimming World. August 5, 2013. Retrieved August 5, 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c "Marvelous Missy: Franklin heads off to college with 6 gold medals from epic world championship". Washington Post. AP. August 5, 2013. Retrieved August 6, 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c "Missy Franklin 'super excited' after golden haul at world championships". The Guardian. August 4, 2013. Retrieved August 6, 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "Sun Yang, Franklin and Ledecky the stars of 15th World Swimming Championships". Xinhua. August 5, 2013. Retrieved August 6, 2013. 
  8. ^ "Cesar Cielo Breaks Loaded 50 Free Final For Third Straight Title". Swimming World. August 3, 2013. Retrieved August 7, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Medal Count: 2013 Worlds Round Up". Swim Swam. August 5, 2013. Retrieved August 6, 2013. 
  10. ^ Men's 50 metre freestyle Results
  11. ^ Men's 100 metre freestyle Results
  12. ^ Men's 200 metre freestyle Results
  13. ^ Men's 400 metre freestyle Results
  14. ^ Men's 800 metre freestyle Results
  15. ^ Men's 1500 metre freestyle Results
  16. ^ Men's 50 metre backstroke Results
  17. ^ Men's 100 metre backstroke Results
  18. ^ Men's 200 metre backstroke Results
  19. ^ Men's 50 metre breaststroke Results
  20. ^ Men's 100 metre breaststroke Results
  21. ^ Men's 200 metre breaststroke Results
  22. ^ Men's 50 metre butterfly Results
  23. ^ Men's 100 metre butterfly Results
  24. ^ Men's 200 metre butterfly Results
  25. ^ Men's 200 metre individual medley Results
  26. ^ Men's 400 metre individual medley Results
  27. ^ Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay Results
  28. ^ Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay Results
  29. ^ Men's 4 × 200 metre medley relay Results
  30. ^ Women's 50 metre freestyle Results
  31. ^ Women's 100 metre freestyle Results
  32. ^ Women's 200 metre freestyle Results
  33. ^ Women's 400 metre freestyle Results
  34. ^ Women's 800 metre freestyle Results
  35. ^ Women's 1500 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 200 metre individual medley Results
  46. ^ 400 metre individual medley Results
  47. ^ Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay Results
  48. ^ Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay Results
  49. ^ Women's 4 × 200 metre medley relay Results