2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Women's 100 metre backstroke

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Women's 100 metre backstroke
at the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueWFCU Centre
Dates6 December (heats and semifinals)
7 December (final)
Competitors71 from 54 nations
Winning time55.54
Medalists
gold medal    Hungary
silver medal    Canada
bronze medal    Great Britain
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The Women's 100 metre backstroke competition of the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 6 and 7 December 2016.[1]

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record
Championship record
Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 55.03 Doha 4 December 2014

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held at 12:37.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 5 Kylie Masse  Canada 56.02 Q, NR
2 8 4 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 56.16 Q
3 6 1 Ali DeLoof  United States 56.40 Q
4 8 5 Emily Seebohm  Australia 56.60 Q
5 6 5 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 56.99 Q
6 8 1 Kathleen Dawson  Great Britain 57.17 Q
7 7 4 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 57.36 Q
8 6 4 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 57.41 Q
9 5 3 Hellen Moffitt  United States 57.43 Q
10 7 7 Kira Toussaint  Netherlands 57.50 Q
11 8 3 Minna Atherton  Australia 57.63 Q
12 6 3 Emi Moronuki  Japan 57.74 Q
13 7 3 Simona Baumrtová  Czech Republic 57.79 Q
14 6 7 Andrea Berrino  Argentina 57.88 Q, NR
15 6 6 Chen Jie  China 57.90 Q
16 8 6 Sayaka Akase  Japan 58.08 Q
17 8 7 Mariia Kameneva  Russia 58.09
18 7 0 Hilary Caldwell  Canada 58.16
19 5 4 Isabella Arcila  Colombia 58.30 NR
20 7 6 Eygló Gústafsdóttir  Iceland 58.49
21 6 2 Silvia Scalia  Italy 58.52
22 7 1 Wang Xueer  China 58.53
23 8 2 Daria Ustinova  Russia 58.67
24 7 2 Maaike de Waard  Netherlands 58.78
25 8 0 Mariella Venter  South Africa 59.66
26 6 8 Hanna Rosvall  Sweden 59.71
27 4 3 Ugnė Mažutaitytė  Lithuania 59.76 NR
8 9 Caroline Pilhatsch  Austria
29 7 8 Ida Lindborg  Sweden 59.77
30 6 0 Sarah Bro  Denmark 59.88
31 5 5 Matea Samardžić  Croatia 59.90
32 6 9 Karin Tomečková  Slovakia 1:00.25
33 8 8 Mathilde Cini  France 1:00.27
34 5 7 Wong Toto Kwan To  Hong Kong 1:00.36
35 5 2 Kristina Steina  Latvia 1:00.60 NR
5 6 Karolína Hájková  Slovakia
37 4 7 Tatiana Salcutan  Moldova 1:00.68 NR
38 5 8 Lushavel Stickland  Samoa 1:01.19 NR
39 7 9 Fanny Teijonsalo  Finland 1:01.27
40 5 1 Gabi Grobler  South Africa 1:01.96
41 5 9 Amel Melih  Algeria 1:02.03
42 4 1 Inés Remersaro  Uruguay 1:02.50
43 4 5 Caylee Watson  United States Virgin Islands 1:02.53
44 4 6 Kimiko Raheem  Sri Lanka 1:02.70 NR
45 3 6 Celina Marquez  El Salvador 1:02.79
46 3 4 Lauren Hew  Cayman Islands 1:03.35 NR
47 5 0 Natthanan Junkrajang  Thailand 1:03.36
48 4 4 Alexus Laird  Seychelles 1:03.60
49 3 3 Anastasia Bogdanovski  North Macedonia 1:03.94 NR
50 4 8 Maana Patel  India 1:04.33 NR
51 4 2 Jade Howard  Zambia 1:04.35 NR
52 3 5 Danielle Titus  Barbados 1:04.82 NR
53 4 0 Maria Arrua  Paraguay 1:05.13 NR
54 4 9 Mónica Ramírez  Andorra 1:05.33
55 3 0 Maeform Borriello  Honduras 1:05.71 NR
56 2 2 Alma Castillo  Paraguay 1:06.04
57 3 7 Lea Ricart Martinez  Andorra 1:06.58
58 3 2 Britheny Joassaint  Haiti 1:06.96
59 3 8 Alison Jackson  Cayman Islands 1:07.30
60 2 4 Enkhkhuslen Batbayar  Mongolia 1:08.24 NR
61 2 3 Tiareth Cijntje  Curaçao 1:08.50 NR
62 2 1 Colleen Furgeson  Marshall Islands 1:09.39 NR
63 3 1 Rahaf Baqleh  Jordan 1:10.03
64 2 6 Gabby Gittens  Antigua and Barbuda 1:12.02 NR
65 2 7 Shanice Paraka  Papua New Guinea 1:12.55
66 1 4 Osisang Chilton  Palau 1:13.67 NR
67 2 9 Ammara Pinto  Malawi 1:15.35 NR
68 2 8 Ruthie Long  Marshall Islands 1:15.47
69 1 5 Aishath Sausan  Maldives 1:15.76 NR
70 1 6 Robyn Young  Eswatini 1:16.25 NR
71 1 3 Angel de Jesus  Northern Mariana Islands 1:20.90
2 5 Dara Al-Bakry  Jordan DNS
3 9 Jamaris Washshah  United States Virgin Islands DNS

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held at 19:44.[3]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Emily Seebohm  Australia 56.44 Q
2 4 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 56.74 Q
3 3 Kathleen Dawson  Great Britain 57.03 Q
4 6 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 57.07 Q
5 7 Emi Moronuki  Japan 57.23
6 2 Kira Toussaint  Netherlands 57.73
7 8 Sayaka Akase  Japan 57.85
8 1 Andrea Berrino  Argentina 58.48

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Kylie Masse  Canada 56.19 Q
2 3 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 56.69 Q
3 5 Ali DeLoof  United States 56.70 Q
4 6 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 56.96 Q
5 2 Hellen Moffitt  United States 57.22
6 1 Simona Baumrtová  Czech Republic 57.68
7 8 Chen Jie  China 57.86
8 7 Minna Atherton  Australia 57.99

Final[edit]

The final was held at 20:01.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 55.54
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Kylie Masse  Canada 56.24
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Georgia Davies  Great Britain 56.45
4 5 Emily Seebohm  Australia 56.46
5 1 Kathleen Dawson  Great Britain 56.73
6 6 Ali DeLoof  United States 56.80
7 7 Mie Nielsen  Denmark 56.93
8 8 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 57.28

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2016-12-06. Retrieved 2016-12-06.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Semifinals results
  4. ^ Final results