2013 Finswimming World Championships

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17th Finswimming World Championships (part of 2nd CMAS Games)
Host cityRussia Kazan, Russia
Date(s)30 July – 6 August 2013
Venue(s)Burevestnik swimming pool
Nations participating34
Events18 (men), 18 (women)

The 17th Finswimming World Championships were held between 05–12 August 2013 in Kazan, Russia, at the Burevestnik swimming pool as part of the CMAS Games 2013.[1]

Schedule[edit]

  Number of finals
 ●   Other competitions
August 2013 05
Mon
06
Tue
07
Wed
08
Thu
09
Fri
10
Sat
11
Sun
12
Mon
Gold
medals
Pool events 4 7 5 6 8 30
Long distance events 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 (Russia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia*139729
2 China74112
3 Ukraine38314
4 Colombia3137
 Hungary3137
6 Germany2226
7 Italy1236
8 Greece1124
9 Czech Republic1012
10 South Korea0358
11 Belarus0202
12 France0123
13 Estonia0022
14 Venezuela0011
Totals (14 nations)343435103

Long distance events[edit]

Pool events[edit]

The pool part of the championships was held from 5 August to 9 August 2013 at the Burevestnik swimming pool in Kazan, Russia.

Schedule[edit]

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 2013 Finswimming Championships:

Date Monday
August 5, 2013
Tuesday
August 6, 2013
Wednesday
August 7, 2013
Thursday
August 8, 2013
Friday
August 9, 2013
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: every distances have preliminary heats and finals, but only 800m immersion is on direct final on morning sessions.

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia118625
2 China74112
3 Colombia3137
 Hungary3137
5 Ukraine27211
6 Germany2125
7 Greece1124
8 Czech Republic1012
9 South Korea0358
10 Italy0224
11 Belarus0202
12 Estonia0022
 France0022
14 Venezuela0011
Totals (14 nations)30303292

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface Mauricio Fernandez
 Colombia
15.17
WR
Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
15.30 Loukas Karetzopoulos
 Greece
15.49
100 m surface Loukas Karetzopoulos
 Greece
34.54 William Paul Baldwin
 Greece
35.07 Cesare Fumarola
 Italy
35.14
200 m surface Juan Fernando Ocampo
 Colombia
1:20.61 Dmitriy Kokorev
 Russia
1:21.14 Andrea Nava
 Italy
1:21.15
400 m surface Evgeny Smirnov
 Russia
2:56.93
WR
Max Lauschus
 Germany
2:58.73 Denes Kanyo
 Hungary
2:58.85
800 m surface Max Lauschus
 Germany
6:19.81 Oleksandr Odynokov
 Ukraine
6:19.97 Alexey Shafigulin
 Russia
6:23.80
1500 m surface Alexey Shafigulin
 Russia
12:22.34 Oleksandr Odynokov
 Ukraine
12:36.12 Dmitriy Lobchenko
 Russia
12:36.19
50 m bifins Jakub Jarolím
 Czech Republic
19.08 Viktor Kondratyev
 Russia
19.13 Aziz Figarella
 Venezuela
19.27
100 m bifins Sergey Seleznev
 Russia
42.61
WR
Dmitry Gavrilov
 Belarus
42.80 Jakub Jarolím
 Czech Republic
42.87
200 m bifins Gergely Kosina
 Hungary
1:36.07
WJR
Dmitry Gavrilov
 Belarus
1:36.60 Aleksandr Ivanets
 Russia
1:37.49
50 m apnea Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
14.05 Kwanho Lee
 South Korea
14.18 Mauricio Fernandez
 Colombia
Loukas Karetzopoulos
 Greece
14.28
100 m immersion Pavel Kabanov
 Russia
31.60 Mauricio Fernandez
 Colombia
31.96 Kwanho Lee
 South Korea
32.23
400 m immersion Cheng Chi
 China
2:43.37 Denis Grubnik
 Ukraine
2:44.03 Christoph Oefner
 Germany
2:47.46
800 m immersion Zhenbo Tong
 China
5:49.60 Denis Grubnik
 Ukraine
5:51.20 Benjamin Hamelin
 France
5:57.00
4×100 m freestyle relay  Russia
Pavel Kabanov (34.90)
Alexey Kazantsev (34.91)
Andrey Barabash (34.68)
Dmitry Kokorev (34.59)
2:19.08
WR
 Italy
Cesare Fumarola (35.28)
Stefano Figini (34.89)
Kevin Zanardi (35.68)
Andrea Nava (33.95)
2:19.80  Colombia
Mauricio Fernandez (35.81)
Juan Rodrigez Lopez (35.33)
Juan Rodriguez Gonzalez (34.63)
Romero Leonidas Juan Pablo (34.74)
2:20.51
4×200 m freestyle relay  Germany
Max Lauschus (1:21.03)
Florian Kritzler (1:21.21)
Christoph Oefner (1:21:91)
Jan Malkowski (1:22.18)
5:26.33
WR
 Italy
Andrea Nava (1:21.12)
Cesare Fumarola (1:22.66)
Kevin Zanardi (1:23.72)
Stefano Figini (1:20.17)
5:27.75  Colombia
Juan Gonzalez Rodriguez (1:23.48)
Jimenez Alexander (1:24.29)
Romero Leonidas Juan Pablo (1:23.83)
Juan Ocampo (1:19.57)
5:31.17

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface Huanshan Xu
 China
17.58 Yesol Jang
 South Korea
17.67 Ksenia Belomestinova
 Estonia
Patricia Vogel
 Germany
18.09
100 m surface Grace Fernandez
 Colombia
39.77 Vera Ilyushina
 Russia
39.95 Yesol Jang
 South Korea
40.24
200 m surface Vasilisa Kravchuk
 Russia
1:28.38 Valeria Baranovskaya
 Russia
1:29.51 Bo Kyung Kim
 South Korea
1:30.90
400 m surface Vasilisa Kravchuk
 Russia
3:14.32 Sun Yiting
 China
3:16.06 Iana Trofymets
 Ukraine
3:17.50
800 m surface Sun Yiting
 China
6:50.67 Iana Trofymets
 Ukraine
6:51.99 Nadezhda Borisova
 Russia
6:58.68
1500 m surface Iana Trofymets
 Ukraine
13:12.73 Nadezhda Borisova
 Russia
13:19.95 Jiao Liu
 China
13:29.13
50 m bifins Petra Senánszky
 Hungary
21.83
WR
Irina Vodneva
 Russia
22.40 Elizaveta Melnikova
 Russia
22.49
100 m bifins Petra Senánszky
 Hungary
47.27
WR
Irina Vodneva
 Russia
48.14 Krisztina Varga
 Hungary
48.90
200 m bifins Vitalina Simonova
 Russia
1:43.43
WR
Petra Senánszky
 Hungary
1:43.79 Krisztina Varga
 Hungary
1:46.35
50 m apnea Kateryna Dyelova
 Ukraine
16.31 Yesol Jang
 South Korea
16.32 Camille Heitz
 France
16.43
100 m immersion Huanshan Xu
 China
35.41 Yaqi Lin
 China
37.06 Kateryna Dyelova
 Ukraine
37.36
400 m immersion Sun Yiting
 China
3:01.99 Jiao Liu
 China
3:04.83 Jelena Smirnova
 Estonia
3:07.98
800 m immersion Jiao Liu
 China
6:20.70 Sun Yiting
 China
6:26.15 Vera Yarovitskaya
 Russia
6:31.67
4×100 m freestyle relay  Russia
Vasilisa Kravchuk (39.66)
Valeria Baranovskaya (39.54)
Elena Kononova (40.34)
Vera Ilyushina (39.92)
2:38.46  Ukraine
Anastasia Antoniak (40.39)
Margaryta Artiushenko (40.36)
Olga Shliakhovska (40.42)
Kateryna Dyelova (38.65)
2:39.82  South Korea
Yesol Jang (40.75)
Mun Hyeon Yim (41.98)
Gain Kim (39.47)
Bo Kyung Kim (39.43)
2:41.63
4×200 m freestyle relay  Russia
Valeria Baranovskaya (1:28.33)
WR
Elena Kononova (1:31.87)
Vera Ilyushina (1:29.39)
Vasilisa Kravchuk (1:29.59)
5:59.12
WR
 Ukraine
Anastasia Antoniak (1:30.74)
Olga Shliakhovska (1:31.39)
Olga Godovana (1:32.91)
Yana Trofimez (1:32.29)
6:07.33  South Korea
Gain Kim (1:34.94)
Mun Hyeon Yim (1:34.38)
Yesol Jang (1:33.2.)
Bo Kyung Kim (1:30.79)
6:13.33

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CMAS Games". Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. Retrieved 8 December 2013.