2011 Finswimming World Championships

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16th Finswimming World Championships
Host cityHungary Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary
Date(s)30 July –6 August 2011
Venue(s)Gyarmati Dezső Sportuszoda
Nations participating31
Athletes participating350

The 16th Finswimming World Championships were held at 30 July –6 August 2011 in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary at the Gyarmati Dezső Sportuszoda.

The Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques announced Hódmezővásárhely as the host city on February 2011 following the cancellation of the 2nd CMAS Games proposed for Neiva & San Andreas Island, Colombia.[1][2]

Schedule[edit]

  Number of finals
 ●   Other competitions
July/August 2011 30
Sat
31
Sun
01
Mon
02
Tue
03
Wed
04
Thu
05
Fri
06
Sat
Gold
medals
Pool part 4 7 5 6 8 30
Long distance 2 2 2 6
Total gold medals 4 7 5 6 8 2 2 2 36
Cumulative total 4 11 16 22 30 32 34 36

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host Nation

  *   Host nation (Hungary)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia178833
2 China104014
3 Italy38516
4 Ukraine26614
5 Hungary*2147
6 Germany2068
7 South Korea0437
8 France0202
9 Belarus0112
 Colombia0112
11 Czech Republic0101
12 Greece0022
Totals (12 nations)363636108


Long distance events[edit]

The long distance part of the 2011 Finswimming World Championships was held between August 4–06 in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary at the Szeged rowing channel Maty-éri viztározó.

The following events were contested by both men and women in Hódmezővásárhely:

  • 6 km individual
  • 20 km individual
  • 4x3 km relay

Schedule[edit]

Day Event
Thursday, August 4, 2011 Women's 4x3000 m
Men's 4x3000 m
Friday, August 5, 2011 Women's 6000 m
Men's 6000 m
Saturday, August 6, 2011 Women's 20000 m
Men's 20000 m

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia5218
2 Germany1034
3 Italy0213
 Ukraine0213
Totals (4 nations)66618

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
6000 m  Roman Maletin (RUS) 00:49:54.53  Alexey Shafigulin (RUS) 00:50:44.71  Davide De Ceglie (ITA) 00:51:19.70
20000 m  Christoph Oefner (GER) 03:05:57.33  Simone Mallegni (ITA) 3:07:10.03  Christian Hoera (GER) 3:08.09.72
4x3000 m  Russia
Roman Maletin (25:13.71)
Evgeny Smirnov (26:19.84)
Denis Ponomarev (26:06.48)
Alexey Shafigulin (24:56.80)
01:42:36.83  Italy
Simone Mallengni (25:50.80)
Alex Battista (25:46.60)
Alberto Rota (25:50.58)
Davide De Ceglle (25:17.50)
01:42:45.48  Germany
Christian Hoera (25:57.63)
Christoph Oefner (26:10.83)
Yves Rolack (26:24.89)
Max Lauschus (25:24.65)
01:43:58.00

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
6000 m  Marina Umerenko (RUS) 00:54:45.34  Iana Trofymets (UKR) 00:54:56.58  Elena Osmolskaya (RUS) 00:55:03.52
20000 m  Marina Voronina (RUS) 03:17:40.38  Sofya Eremtcova (RUS) 03:19:52.68  Tetiana Kransogor (UKR) 03:20:33.44
4x3000 m  Russia
Elena Osmolskaya (27:28.01)
Maria Voronina (28:09.88)
Marina Umerenko (27:27.10)
Sofya Mukhina (27:41.95)
01:50:46.94  Ukraine
Tetiana Kransogor (27:52.02)
Yevgeniya Oleynikova (27:58.70)
Olga Tochyllina (29:41.22)
Iana Trofymets (28:13.66)
01:53:45.60  Germany
Christine Muller (28:29.29)
Carolin Haase (28:27.24)
Christin Suape (29:45.56)
Sandra Pilz (28:01.57)
01:54:44.16

Pool events[edit]

The pool part of the 2011 Finswimming World Championships was held July 30 – August 6 at the Gyarmati Dezső Sportuszoda. in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary.

The finswimming competition featured races in a long course (50 m) pool in 30 events (15 for males, 15 for females; 13 individual events and 2 relays for each gender).

The evening session schedule for the 2011 Finswimming Championships

Date Saturday
July 30, 2011
Sunday
July 31, 2011
Monday
August 1, 2011
Tuesday
August 2, 2011
Wednesday
August 3, 2011
E
v
e
n
t
s
Women's 50m apnea
Men's 100m immersion
Women's 400m surface
Men's 4 × 200 m relay
Men's 800m immersion
direct final on morning
Men's 50m surface
Men's 50m bifins
Men's 1500m surface
Women's 200m surface
Women's 200m bifins
Men's 400m surface
Women's 800m surface
Women's 100m immersion
Men's 100m surface
Men's 100m bifins
Men's 400m immersion
Men's 50m apnea
Men's 800m surface
Women's 100m surface
Women's 100m bifins
Women's 400m immersion
Women's 4 × 200 m relay
Women's 800m immersion
direct final on morning
Women's 50m surface
Women's 50m bifins
Women's 1500m surface
Men's 200m surface
Men's 200m bifins
Women's 4 × 100 m relay
Men's 4 × 100 m relay

Note: each distance had preliminary heats and finals, but only 800m immersion is on direct final in morning sessions.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia126725
2 China104014
3 Italy36413
4 Ukraine24511
5 Hungary2147
6 Germany1034
7 South Korea0437
8 France0202
9 Belarus0112
 Colombia0112
11 Czech Republic0101
12 Greece0022
Totals (12 nations)30303090

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
15.33 Mauricio Fernandez
 Colombia
15.68 Cesare Fumarola
 Italy
15.78
100 m surface Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
35.40 Andrea Nava
 Italy
35.76 Cesare Fumarola
 Italy
35.79
200 m surface Stefano Figini
 Italy
1:21.01
WR
Cesare Fumarola
 Italy
1:21.76 Max Lauschus
 Germany
1:22.65
400 m surface Max Lauschus
 Germany
2:58.49
WR
Stefano Figini
 Italy
2:58.79 Evgeny Smirnov
 Russia
3:01.07
800 m surface Stefano Figini
 Italy
6:17.98
WR
Oleksandr Odynokov
 Ukraine
6:20.41 Max Lauschus
 Germany
6:20.75
1500 m surface Oleksandr Odynokov
 Ukraine
12:22.00 Stefano Figini
 Italy
12:26.58 Alexey Shafigulin
 Russia
12:26.95
50 m bifins Aleksandr Ivanets
 Russia
19.35 Ondrej Broda
 Czech Republic
19.45 Matyas Szenes
 Hungary
19.68
100 m bifins Aleksandr Ivanets
 Russia
42.85
WR
Andrea Rampazzo
 Italy
43.27 Dmitry Gavrilov
 Belarus
43.28
200 m bifins Aleksandr Ivanets
 Russia
1:35.62
WR
Dmitry Gavrilov
 Belarus
1:37.25 Mykhailo Iatsenko
 Ukraine
1:37.63
50 m apnea Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
14.11
WR
Kwanho Lee
 South Korea
14.18 Taekyun Kim
 South Korea
14.22
100 m immersion Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
32.25 Taekyun Kim
 South Korea
32.73 Mauricio Fernandez
 Colombia
32.94
400 m immersion Denes Kanyo
 Hungary
2:42.90
WR
Youngjoong Yoon
 South Korea
2:45.23 Igor Saprykin
 Russia
2:45.89
800 m immersion Cheng Chi
 China
5:51.51 Denes Kanyo
 Hungary
5:52.16 Szilard Vilhelm
 Hungary
5:52.52
4×100 m freestyle relay  Russia
Pavel Kabanov (35.36)
Vladimir Sokolov (35.30)
Andrey Burakov (35.26)
Dmitry Kokorev (34.89)
2:20.81
WR
 Italy
Cesare Fumarola (35.17)
Andrea Nava (34.63)
Stefano Figini (34.38)
Julio Tugnoli (36.68)
2:20.86  Greece
William Paul Baldwin (34.89)
Ilias Kranias (36.53)
Loukas Karetzopoulos (37.23)
Antonios Tsourounakis (35.68)
2:24.33
4×200 m freestyle relay  Italy
Cesare Fumarola (1:21.28)
Andrea Nava (1:21.05)
Julio Tugnoli (1:25:28)
Stefano Figini (1:20.28)
5:27.89
WR
 Russia
Evgeny Smirnov (1:23.78)
Sergey Prus (1:23.78)
Roman Maletin (1:23.72)
Dmitry Kokorev (1:21.79)
5:33.07  Greece
William Paul Baldwin (1:22.33)
Antonios Tsourounakis (1:21.98)
Ilias Kranias (1:25.61)
Anargyros Vasilopoulos (1:23.99)
5:33.91

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface Huanshan Xu
 China
17.66 Yaoyue Liang
 China
17.69 Margaryta Artiushenko
 Ukraine
17.79
100 m surface Margaryta Artiushenko
 Ukraine
39.60 Camille Heitz
 France
40.63 Yesol Jang
 South Korea
40.79
200 m surface Valeria Baranovskaya
 Russia
1:29.59 Ahram Jeon
 South Korea
1:31.68 Vasilisa Kravchuk
 Russia
1:22.65
400 m surface Jiao Liu
 China
3:12.90
WR
Valeria Baranovskaya
 Russia
3:15.86 Vasilisa Kravchuk
 Russia
3:20.67
800 m surface Jiao Liu
 China
6:46.79
WR
Iana Trofymets
 Ukraine
6:58.35 Vasilisa Kravchuk
 Russia
7:04.35
1500 m surface Jiao Liu
 China
13:01.48
WR
Iana Trofymets
 Ukraine
13:35.57 Olga Godovana
 Ukraine
13:42.73
50 m bifins Vitalina Simonova
 Russia
22.15 Medeya Dzhavakhishvili
 Russia
22.51 Francesca Fusco
 Italy
22.65
100 m bifins Vitalina Simonova
 Russia
47.83
WR
Medeya Dzhavakhishvili
 Russia
48.23 Petra Senánszky
 Hungary
48.86
200 m bifins Petra Senánszky
 Hungary
1:45.29
WR
Medeya Dzhavakhishvili
 Russia
1:45.84 Lila Stier
 Hungary
1:47.07
50 m apnea Baozhen Zhu
 China
16.37 Camille Heitz
 France
16.75 Anna Ber
 Russia
16.85
100 m immersion Huanshan Xu
 China
35.96 Baozhen Zhu
 China
36.09 Margaryta Artiushenko
 Ukraine
36.92
400 m immersion Jiao Liu
 China
2:59.24 Yichuan Xu
 China
3:01.30 Jinhee Shin
 South Korea
3:08.18
800 m immersion Jiao Liu
 China
6:29.32 Yichuan Xu
 China
6:32.34 Sandra Pilz
 Germany
6:41.44
4×100 m freestyle relay  China
Baozhen Zhu (40.20)
Jing Li (41.63)
Yaoyue Liang (40.44)
Huanshan Xu (40.25)
2:42.52  Russia
Anna Ber (40.80)
Vera Iljushina (41.56)
Valeria Baranovskaya (40.14)
Vasilisa Kravchuk (40.74)
2:43.24  Ukraine
Anastasia Antoniak (42.06)
Kateryna Dyelova (41.67)
Olga Shliakhovska (40.78)
Margaryta Artiushenko (39.83)
2:24.33
4×200 m freestyle relay  Russia
Valeria Baranovskaya (1:29.69)
Maria Radchenko (1:34.60)
Elena Kononova (1:34.70)
Vasilisa Kravchuk (1:31.10)
6:10.09  Ukraine
Iana Trofymets (1:34.70)
Anastasia Antoniak (1:34.98)
Iryna Kucher (1:38.51)
Olga Shliakhovska (1:32.84)
6:21.03  Italy
Giorgia Veronica Viero (1:35:33)
Silvia Baroncini (1:34.62)
Debora Chiarello (1:37.20)
Viola Donadello (1:36.52)
6:23.67

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Finswimming World Championship in Hódmezővásárhely". 18 July 2011. Retrieved 19 April 2013.
  2. ^ Manca, Davide (26 August 2010). "CMAS World Games 2011 from Neiva & San Andres to Medellin". Finswimmer Magazine. Archived from the original on 16 June 2013. Retrieved 19 April 2013.

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