2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships

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2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships
Host cityIndianapolis, Indiana
Date(s)August 23–28, 2017
Venue(s)Indiana University Natatorium

The 6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships, was held in Indianapolis, Indiana. The championships were for girls aged 14–17 and boys age 15–18. Nearly 1,000 athletes from 100 different countries competed at this event.[1]

Host selection[edit]

Hosting rights were originally awarded to Budapest, Hungary, but they decided to withdraw since they were already hosting the 2017 World Aquatics Championships. Budapest is scheduled to host the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships. Host city Indianapolis has previously hosted U.S. Olympic Trials 4 times since 1982.[2]

Venue[edit]

The event was held at the Indiana University Natatorium, which is best known for hosting the 1987 Pan American Games. The pool is on the campus of Purdue University.[3][4]

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States1112730
2 Canada75315
3 Japan64616
4 Hungary58316
5 Russia33814
6 Spain3126
7 Italy2215
8 Argentina2103
9 Great Britain2024
10 Ireland1113
11 Germany1001
12 Australia0145
13 France0112
 Poland0112
15 Sweden0101
16 Bulgaria0011
 Romania0011
 Serbia0011
Totals (18 nations)434142126

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Michael Andrew
 United States
21.75
=WJR, =CR
Maxime Grousset
 France
22.25 Leonardo Deplano
 Italy
22.31
100 m freestyle[c] Ivan Girev
 Russia
48.33
CR
Nándor Németh
 Hungary
48.95 Daniel Krueger
 United States
49.35
200 m freestyle Ivan Girev
 Russia
1:46.40
WJR, CR
Nándor Németh
 Hungary
1:46.79 Elijah Winnington
 Australia
1:46.81
400 m freestyle Andrew Abruzzo
 United States
3:49.19 Balázs Holló
 Hungary
3:49.97 Trey Freeman III
 United States
3:50.14
800 m freestyle Andrew Abruzzo
 United States
7:54.58 Dávid Lakatos
 Hungary
7:56.81 Michael Brinegar
 United States
7:57.22
1500 m freestyle Andrew Abruzzo
 United States
15:06.48 Michael Brinegar
 United States
15:09.00 Iaroslav Potapov
 Russia
15:09.18
50 m backstroke Michael Andrew
 United States
24.63
WJR, CR
Hugo Gonzalez
 Spain
25.30 Kacper Stokowski
 Poland
25.38
100 m backstroke Hugo Gonzalez
 Spain
54.27
CR
Conor Ferguson
 Ireland
54.51 Daniel Martin
 Romania
54.55
200 m backstroke Hugo Gonzalez
 Spain
1:56.69
CR
Carson Foster
 United States
1:57.87 Nikita Tretyakov
 Russia
1:58.72
50 m breaststroke Nicolò Martinenghi
 Italy
27.10 Alessandro Pinzuti
 Italy
27.19 Michael Andrew
 United States
27.39
100 m breaststroke Nicolò Martinenghi
 Italy
59.58 Reece Whitley
 United States
1:00.08 Michael Andrew
 United States
1:00.37
200 m breaststroke Daniel Roy
 United States
2:10.77 Reece Whitley
 United States
2:10.82 Zac Stubblety-Cook
 Australia
2:10.90
50 m butterfly Michael Andrew
 United States
23.22
WJR, CR
Andrei Minakov
 Russia
23.53 Kristóf Milák
 Hungary
23.72
100 m butterfly Kristóf Milák
 Hungary
51.08
WJR, CR
Egor Kuimov
 Russia
51.16
NR
Andrei Minakov
 Russia
51.84
200 m butterfly Kristóf Milák
 Hungary
1:53.87
WJR, CR
Yuya Sakamoto
 Japan
1:57.05 Antani Ivanov
 Bulgaria
1:57.54
200 m individual medley Johannes Hintze
 Germany
1:59.03
WJR, CR
Kieran Smith
 United States
1:59.56 Márton Barta
 Hungary
2:00.14
400 m individual medley Hugo Gonzalez
 Spain
4:14.65
CR
Márton Barta
 Hungary
4:15.65 Balázs Holló
 Hungary
4:16.78
4×100 m freestyle relay[c]  Hungary (HUN)
Kristóf Milák (49.08)
Márton Barta (50.58)
Richárd Márton (50.09)
Nándor Németh (48.24)
Dávid Lakatos
3:17.99  Poland (POL)
Karol Ostrowski (49.87)
Bartosz Piszczorowicz (49.12)
Kacper Stokowski (49.88)
Jakub Kraska (49.66)
Antoni Kałużyński
3:18.53  Australia (AUS)
Jordan Brunt (49.68)
Zachary Attard (49.57)
Samuel Wendt (50.67)
Elijah Winnington (48.63)
3:18.55
4×200 m freestyle relay  Hungary (HUN)
Richárd Márton (1:48.68)
Kristóf Milák (1:47.52)
Balázs Holló (1:48.23)
Nándor Németh (1:46.52)
Ákos Kalmár
Márton Barta
Dávid Lakatos
7:10.95
WJR, CR
 United States (USA)
Patrick Callan (1:47.33)
Jack LeVant (1:47.98)
Carson Foster (1:48.12)
Trey Freeman III (1:47.53)
Cody Bybee
Drew Kibler
7:10.96  Russia (RUS)
Ivan Girev (1:46.62)
Petr Zhikharev (1:49.43)
Maksim Aleksandrov (1:48.66)
Martin Malyutin (1:46.68)
Mihail Bocharnikov
7:11.39
4×100 m medley relay[c]  Russia (RUS)
Nikita Tretyakov (56.11)
Evgenii Somov (1:00.75)
Egor Kuimov (51.17)
Ivan Girev (48.27)
Vladislav Gerasimenko
Andrei Minakov
Gleb Karasev
3:36.30
WJR, CR
 Italy (ITA)
Thomas Ceccon (55.06)
Nicolò Martinenghi (59.10)
Federico Burdisso (52.86)
Davide Nardini (49.42)
Alessandro Pinzuti
Alberto Razzetti
3:36.44  Australia (AUS)
Leon MacAlister (56.22)
Zac Stubblety-Cook (1:00.43)
Jordan Brunt (52.67)
Elijah Winnington (49.07)
Taj Jones
Zachary Attard
3:38.39

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle Rikako Ikee
 Japan
24.59 CR Grace Ariola
 United States
24.82 Sayuki Ouchi
 Japan
25.07
100 m freestyle Freya Anderson
 Great Britain
53.88 CR[a] Rikako Ikee
 Japan
54.16 Kayla Sanchez
 Canada
54.44
200 m freestyle Taylor Ruck
 Canada
1:57.08 CR Ajna Késely
 Hungary
1:57.10 Irina Krivonogova
 Russia
1:58.51
400 m freestyle Ajna Késely
 Hungary
4:06.72 Delfina Pignatiello
 Argentina
4:08.33 NR Anastasiia Kirpichnikova
 Russia
4:08.73
800 m freestyle Delfina Pignatiello
 Argentina
8:25.22
CR, AR
Ajna Késely
 Hungary
8:30.62 Agueda Cons Gestido
 Spain
8:30.85
1500 m freestyle Delfina Pignatiello
 Argentina
15:59.51
CR, NR
Ajna Késely
 Hungary
16:15.68 Agueda Cons Gestido
 Spain
16:17.84
50 m backstroke Natsumi Sakai
 Japan
Jade Hannah
 Canada
27.93 None awarded Grace Ariola
 United States
28.11
100 m backstroke Regan Smith
 United States
59.11
WJR, CR
Taylor Ruck
 Canada
59.23 Jade Hannah
 Canada
59.62
200 m backstroke Regan Smith
 United States
2:07.45 Alexandra Sumner
 United States
2:09.04 Natsumi Sakai
 Japan
2:09.34
50 m breaststroke Emily Weiss
 United States
30.78 Faith Knelson
 Canada
30.91 Mona McSharry
 Ireland
30.97
100 m breaststroke Mona McSharry
 Ireland
1:07.10 NR Faith Knelson
 Canada
1:07.47 Zoe Bartel
 United States
1:07.63
200 m breaststroke Zoe Bartel
 United States
2:25.68 Ella Nelson
 United States
2:27.04 Annabel Guye-Johnson
 Great Britain
2:27.42
50 m butterfly Rikako Ikee
 Japan
25.46
WJR, CR, NR
Sara Junevik
 Sweden
26.18 Rebecca Smith
 Canada
26.22
100 m butterfly Rikako Ikee
 Japan
57.25
CR
Rebecca Smith
 Canada
58.07 Suzuka Hasegawa
 Japan
58.60
200 m butterfly Emily Large
 Great Britain
2:07.74
CR
Suzuka Hasegawa
 Japan
2:08.29 Keanna MacInnes
 Great Britain
2:09.64
200 m individual medley Miku Kojima
 Japan
2:12.42 Kayla Sanchez
 Canada
2:12.64 Cyrielle Duhamel
 France
2:13.31
400 m individual medley Miku Kojima
 Japan
4:39.14 Anna Sasaki
 Japan
4:40.99 Anja Crevar
 Serbia
4:42.24
4×100 m freestyle relay  Canada (CAN)
Taylor Ruck (53.63 CR)
Penny Oleksiak (53.70)
Rebecca Smith (54.65)
Kayla Sanchez (54.21)
Faith Knelson
3:36.19
WJR, CR
 United States (USA)
Lucie Nordmann (55.15)
Alex Walsh (54.87)
Julia Cook (55.39)
Grace Ariola (54.28)
Kate Douglass
Kelly Pash
3:39.69  Japan (JPN)
Sayuki Ouchi (55.61)
Miku Kojima (56.37)
Rikako Ikee (53.35)
Natsumi Sakai (55.26)
Anna Sasaki
3:40.59
4×200 m freestyle relay  Canada (CAN)
Kayla Sanchez (1:59.01)
Penny Oleksiak (1:56.86)
Rebecca Smith (1:58.66)
Taylor Ruck (1:56.94)
Mabel Zavaros
7:51.47
WJR, CR
 Russia (RUS)
Irina Krivonogova (1:58.61)
Polina Nevmovenko (2:00.50)
Vasilissa Buinaia (2:00.37)
Anastasiia Kirpichnikova (1:57.85)
Katarina Milutinovich
7:57.33  Japan (JPN)
Waka Kobori (2:00.53)
Rikako Ikee (1:56.54)
Sayuki Ouchi (2:01.11)
Suzuka Hasegawa (2:03.91)
8:02.09
4×100 m medley relay  Canada (CAN)
Jade Hannah (1:00.68)
Faith Knelson (1:07.86)
Penny Oleksiak (56.91)
Taylor Ruck (52.93)
Kayla Sanchez
3:58.38
WJR, CR
 United States (USA)
Regan Smith (59.11 =WJR, =CR)
Zoe Bartel (1:07.17)
Lucie Nordmann (58.66)
Grace Ariola (54.25)
Alexandra Sumner
Emily Weiss
Kelly Pash
Alex Walsh
3:59.19  Japan (JPN)
Natsumi Sakai (59.77)
Miku Kojima (1:09.01)
Rikako Ikee (56.94)
Sayuki Ouchi (54.25)
Suzuka Hasegawa
Anna Sasaki
3:59.97

Mixed[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×100 m freestyle relay[c]  Canada (CAN)
Ruslan Gaziev (49.99)
Alexander Pratt (50.95)
Taylor Ruck (52.72)
Penny Oleksiak (52.99)
3:26.65
WJR, CR
 Australia (AUS)
Elijah Winnington (49.66)
Jordan Brunt (49.22)
Jemima Horwood (54.89)
Eliza King (54.80)
Zachary Attard
3:28.57  Russia (RUS)
Ivan Girev (48.64)
Andrei Minakov (49.42)
Irina Krivonogova (55.47)
Vasilissa Buinaia (55.30)
Georgii Goriachev
Gleb Karasev
Anastasiia Kirpichnikova
3:28.83
4×100 m medley relay  Canada (CAN)
Taylor Ruck (59.27)
Gabe Mastromatteo (1:00.81)
Penny Oleksiak (56.98)
Ruslan Gaziev (49.30)
Jade Hannah
Mabel Zavaros
3:46.36  United States (USA)
Regan Smith (58.95[b])
Reece Whitley (59.42)
Nicolas Alberio (53.66)
Grace Ariola (54.77)
Lucie Nordmann
Daniel Roy
Cody Bybee
Julia Cook
3:46.80  Russia (RUS)
Polina Egorova (1:00.84)
Evgenii Somov (1:00.89)
Egor Kuimov (51.65)
Vasilissa Buinaia (54.94)
Anastasiia Avdeeva
Vladislav Gerasimenko
Sofya Lobova
Gleb Karasev
3:48.32

Notes[edit]

Relay medalists in italics participated in the heats only.
a Subsequently superseded by Taylor Ruck in the women's 4×100 freestyle relay.
b Not recognized as a record as it was held in a mixed relay.
c Matthew Willenbring of USA originally finished third in men's 100m freestyle, but later was disqualified for doping. FINA also decided to disqualify men's 4×100m freestyle and 4×100m medley relays and 4x100m mixed freestyle relay in which Willenbring had swum.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://swimswam.com/indianapolis-usa-selected-host-2017-junior-world-championships/
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-12-03. Retrieved 2016-12-02.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-10-09. Retrieved 2016-12-02.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://news.iupui.edu/releases/2016/05/natatorium-grand-reopening.shtml
  5. ^ Keith, Braden (7 June 2018). "FINA Rules That 3 American Relays Must Be Disqualified from World Jrs". Swim Swam. Retrieved 29 July 2018.

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