2018 Finswimming World Championships

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20th Finswimming World Championships
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Venue Sports Center Milan Gale Muškatirović
Ada Ciganlija Lake
Location Belgrade, Serbia
Dates 16–20 July

The 20th Finswimming World Championships were held in Belgrade, Serbia at the Sports Center Milan Gale Muškatirović and at Ada Ciganlija Lake from 16 to 20 July 2018.[1]

Medal overview[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface  Loukas Karetzopoulos (GRE) 15.54  Aleksey Kazantsev (RUS) 15.77  Pavel Kabanov (RUS) 15.85
100 m surface  Aliaksandr Biazmen (BLR) 35.03  Dmitrii Zhurman (RUS) 35.34  Malte Striegler (GER) 35.54
200 m surface  Dmitrii Zhurman (RUS) 1:21.22  Aliaksandr Biazmen (BLR) 1:21.24  Juan Ocampo (COL) 1:21.26
400 m surface  Ádám Bukor (HUN) 2:58.22  Stefano Figini (ITA) 3:00.45  Oleksii Zakharov (UKR) 3:00.70
800 m surface  Oleksii Zakharov (UKR) 6:19.39  Ádám Bukor (HUN) 6:20.72  Lưu Nguyễn Đức Tâm (VIE) 6:29.12
1500 m surface  Oleksandr Odynokov (UKR) 12:20.64  Ádám Bukor (HUN) 12:22.76  Alexey Shafigulin (RUS) 12:23.35
50 m bi-fins  Christos Bonias (GRE) 18.85  Aleksey Fedkin (RUS) 19.05  Danylo Kolodiazhnyi (UKR) 19.33
100 m bi-fins  Danylo Kolodiazhnyi (UKR) 41.79  Aleksey Fedkin (RUS) 41.93  Dzmitry Gavrilov (BLR) 42.15
200 m bi-fins  Yevgen Stepanchuk (UKR) 1:35.74  Dmitriy Kurako (RUS) 1:36.07  Lev Shtraikh (RUS) 1:36.12
400 m bi-fins  Dmitriy Kurako (RUS) 3:29.36 WR  Vladimir Sidorov (RUS) 3:29.58  Maxence Pazdur (FRA) 3:34.91
50 m apnea  Vladimir Zhuravlev (RUS) 14.24  Pavel Kabanov (RUS) 14.31  Lee Kwan-ho (KOR) 14.35
100 m immersion  Lee Kwan-ho (KOR) 32.16  Kim Tae-kyun (KOR) 32.17  Tong Zhenbo (CHN) 32.35
400 m immersion  Tong Zhenbo (CHN) 2:44.02  Denis Grubnik (UKR) 2:48.37  Riccardo Campana (ITA) 2:49.09
4×100 m surface relay  Russia
Pavel Kabanov (36.67)
Viacheslav Noskov (35.05)
Vladimir Zhuravlev (34.81)
Dmitrii Zhurman (34.44)
Aleksey Kazantsev[a]
Nikolay Reznikov[a]
2:20.97  South Korea
Lee Dong-jin (35.88)
Jang Seong-hyeok (36.28)
Kwon Nam-ho (35.02)
You Gyeong-heon (34.73)
2:21.91  Italy
Stefano Figini (36.13)
Tommaso Crisci (35.71)
Stefano Konjedic (36.20)
Cesare Fumarola (35.05)
Kevin Zanardi[a]
2:23.09
4×200 m surface relay  Russia
Viacheslav Noskov (1:22.21)
Alexey Shafigulin (1:22.42)
Nikolay Reznikov (1:23.03)
Dmitrii Zhurman (1:20.35)
Evgeny Smirnov[a]
Denis Arshanov[a]
5:28.01  Germany
Max Poschart (1:23.75)
Jan Malkowski (1:22.87)
Sidney Zeuner (1:22.28)
Malte Striegler (1:22.03)
Luis Buttner[a]
5:30.93  Hungary
Dénes Kanyó (1:24.71)
Kornél Gruber (1:24.13)
Alex Mozsár (1:22.31)
Ádám Bukor (1:20.23)
Dávid Dimák[a]
Matthew Hamlin[a]
5:31.38
6 km open water  Oleksii Zakharov (UKR) 56:53:18  Marios Armoutsis (GRE) 56:55.95  Davide De Ceglie (ITA) 57:07.47

a Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m surface  Paula Aguirre (COL) 17.52  Grace Fernández (COL) 17.84  Kim Ga-in (KOR) 18.00
100 m surface  Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (RUS) 38.28 ER  Paula Aguirre (COL) 38.87  Grace Fernández (COL) 38.95
200 m surface  Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (RUS) 1:27.39  Anastasia Antoniak (UKR) 1:29.91  Alina Nalbandian (RUS) 1:30.72
400 m surface  Sun Yiting (CHN) 3:12.10 WR  Elena Lopatina (RUS) 3:12.86 ER  Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (RUS) 3:13.14
800 m surface  Sun Yiting (CHN) 6:50.55  Yevheniia Olieinikova (UKR) 6:58.26  Chen Sijia (CHN) 6:58.78
1500 m surface  Terhi Ikonen (FIN) 13:20.96  Yevheniia Olieinikova (UKR) 13:27.62  Elena Poschart (GER) 13:39.56
50 m bi-fins  Petra Senánszky (HUN) 21.13  Choi Min-ji (KOR) 21.89  Valeriia Bodnia (RUS)
 Im Min-ji (KOR)
21.93
100 m bi-fins  Petra Senánszky (HUN) 46.33  Maria Patlasova (RUS) 47.04  Vitalina Simonova (RUS) 47.12
200 m bi-fins  Maria Patlasova (RUS) 1:43.39  Vitalina Simonova (RUS) 1:43.90  Krisztina Varga (HUN) 1:44.55
400 m bi-fins  Maria Patlasova (RUS) 3:44.92 WR  Krisztina Varga (HUN) 3:45.92  Zuzana Hrašková (SVK) 3:48.91
50 m apnea  Shu Chengjing (CHN) 15.90  Yoon Mi-ri (KOR) 16.12  Lin Yaki (CHN) 16.13
100 m immersion  Xin Peiyao (CHN)
 Lin Yaqi (CHN)
35.86 Not awarded  Lidia Stadnik (RUS) 36.58
400 m immersion  Sun Yiting (CHN) 2:59.24  Chen Sijia (CHN) 3:00.33  Shin Jin-hee (KOR) 3:03.76
4×100 m surface relay  Russia
Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (38.27) ER
Valeria Baranovskaya (38.92)
Elena Lopatina (39.13)
Alina Nalbandian (38.43)
Lidia Stadnik[b]
2:34.75  China
Shu Chengjing (39.16)
Liu Simin (39.03)
Xin Peiyao (39.07)
Xu Yichuan (38.27)
2:35.53  Colombia
Grace Fernández (39.54)
Mercedes Ruiz (40.88)
Viviana Retamozo (39.89)
Paula Aguirre (39.85)
2:40.16
4×200 m surface relay  Russia
Valeria Baranovskaya (1:27.11)
Elena Lopatina (1:29.75)
Alina Nalbandian (1:30.73)
Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (1:29.26)
Alena Parshina[b]
5:56.85  China
Liu Yushan (1:32.54)
Xu Yichuan (1:29.79)
Chen Sijia (1:34.19)
Sun Yiting (1:31.52)
6:08.04  Ukraine
Yelyzaveta Vakareva (1:31.34)
Kristina Musienko (1:34.90)
Yana Trofymets (1:34.24)
Anastasia Antoniak (1:29.75)
Yevheniia Olieinikova[b]
6:10.23
6 km open water  Evgenia Kozyreva (RUS) 59:00:46  Anastasia Mulkova (RUS) 59:03.08  Anastasia Politou (GRE) 59:15.06

b Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Mixed events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×50 m surface relay  South Korea
Lee Dong-jin (15.44)
Kim Ga-in (17.28)
Kwon Nam-ho (14.93)
Kim Min-jeong (17.05)
1:04.70  Italy
Erica Barbon (17.70)
Tommaso Crisci (14.84)
Silvia Baroncini (18.13)
Cesare Fumarola (14.87)
1:05.54  Russia
Aleksey Kazantsev (15.73)
Lidia Stadnik (17.71)
Ekaterina Mikhailushkina (17.01)
Pavel Kabanov (15.10)
Elizaveta Borisova[c]
1:05.55
4×100 m bi-fins relay  Russia
Lev Shtraikh (42.80)
Aleksey Fedkin (41.58)
Maria Patlasova (46.76)
Vitalina Simonova (46.90)
Vladimir Sidorov[c]
Valeriia Bodina[c]
2:58.04 WR  Ukraine
Iryna Pikiner (48.04)
Artur Artamonov (42.10)
Margarita Smirnova (48.69)
Danylo Kolodiazhnyi (41.79)
Anastasiia Maliavina[c]
Yelyzaveta Mazur[c]
Oleg Kuznetsov[c]
Yevgen Stepanchuk[c]
3:00.62  Hungary
Bence Stadler (44.85)
Matthew Hamlin (45.69)
Krisztina Varga (46.97)
Petra Senánszky (46.10)
3:03.61
4×2 km open water relay  Ukraine
Oleksandr Odynokov (18:24.41)
Kristina Musienko (20:16.19)
Ievheniia Olieinikova (18:25.24)
Oleksii Zakharov (17:32.40)
1:14:38.24  Russia
Alexey Shafigulin (18:22.91)
Anastasia Mulkova (19:02.14)
Evgenia Kozyreva (19:28.58)
Iakov Stryukov (18:09.68)
1:15:03.31  Italy
Mara Zaghet (19:15.95)
Riccardo Campana (18:07.52)
Serena Monduzzi (19:39.72)
Davide De Ceglie (18:08.59)
1:15:11.78

c Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 13 12 9 34
2  China 7 3 3 13
3  Ukraine 6 5 3 14
4  Hungary 3 3 3 9
5  South Korea 2 4 4 10
6  Greece 2 1 1 4
7  Colombia 1 2 3 6
8  Belarus 1 1 1 3
9  Finland 1 0 0 1
10  Italy 0 2 4 6
11  Germany 0 1 2 3
12  France 0 0 1 1
 Slovakia 0 0 1 1
 Vietnam 0 0 1 1
Total 36 34 36 106

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Finswimming Senior World Championships 2018". CMAS. 4 March 2018. Retrieved 13 July 2018. 

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