Finswimming at the 2017 World Games

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Finswimming
at the 2017 World Games
Finswimming 2017.jpg
VenueOrbita Swimming Pool
LocationWrocław
Dates21–22 July 2017
Competitors95 from 19 nations
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The Finswimming competition at the World Games 2017 took place from July 21 to July 22, in Wrocław in Poland, at the Orbita Indoor Swimming Pool. Overall 95 athletes from 19 countries participated.[1]

Participating nations[edit]

Medals table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia (RUS)81312
2 Hungary (HUN)3216
3 South Korea (KOR)1326
4 China (CHN)1102
5 Belarus (BLR)1012
6 Germany (GER)0314
7 Colombia (COL)0202
8 Czech Republic (CZE)0112
 Italy (ITA)0112
10 Ukraine (UKR)0044
Totals (10 nations)14141442

Medals summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Apnoea 50 m Russia Pavel Kabanov 13.87 GR Colombia Mauricio Fernandez Castillo 13.94 South Korea Lee Dong-jin 14.09
Bi-fins 50 m Russia Andrey Arbuzov 18.55 Czech Republic Jacub Jarolim 19.08 Belarus Dmitry Gavrilov 19.18
Bi-fins 100 m Belarus Dmitry Gavrilov 41.65 Hungary Gergő Kosina 41.91 Czech Republic Jacub Jarolim 42.18
Surface 100 m Russia Dmitry Zhurman 34.70 Germany Max Poschart 34.84 Russia Pavel Kabanov 34.92
Surface 200 m Russia Dmitry Zhurman 1:20.25 GR Germany Max Poschart 1:20.87 Russia Dmitry Kokorev 1:20.89
Surface 400 m Hungary Dénes Kanyó 2:58.41 Germany Max Lauschus 2:59.02 Italy Davide De Ceglie 3:01.46
Surface relay
4 x 100 m
 Russia
Pavel Kabanov (34.22) GR
Aleksey Kazantsev (34.72)
Dmitry Kokorev (33.89)
Dmitry Zhurman (33.71)
2:16.54 WR  Italy
Kevin Zanardi (36.22)
Andrea Nava (34.40)
Stefano Figini (35.56)
Cesare Fumarola (32.84)
2:19.02  Germany
Max Lauschus (35.12)
Max Poschart (35.71)
Florian Kritzler (35.40)
Malte Striegler (33.21)
2:19.44

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Apnoea 50 m South Korea Jang Ye-sol 16.02 South Korea Kim Ga-in 16.40 Ukraine Kateryna Dyelova 16.46
Bi-fins 50 m Hungary Petra Senánszky 20.52 WR South Korea Choi Min-ji 21.47 AS Hungary Krisztina Varga 21.58
Bi-fins 100 m Hungary Petra Senánszky 45.16 WR Hungary Krisztina Varga 46.77 Ukraine Iryna Pikiner 46.92
Surface 100 m Russia Ekaterina Mikhaylushkina 38.40 ER China Shu Chengjing 38.60 Russia Anna Ber 38.72
Surface 200 m Russia Valeriya Baranovskaya 1:25.41 WR Russia Ekaterina Mikhaylushkina 1:27.57 Ukraine Anastasiia Antoniak 1:28.76
Surface 400 m China Sun Yiting 3:14.47 GR South Korea Kim Bo-kyung 3:16.33 Ukraine Anastasiia Antoniak 3:17.61
Surface relay
4 x 100 m
 Russia
Valeriya Baranovskaya (39.30)
Anna Ber (37.97)
Aleksandra Skurlatova (40.20)
Ekaterina Mikhaylushkina (37.31)
2:34.78 GR  Colombia
Grace Fernandez Castillo (38.93) AM
Viviana Retamozo Olaya (39.69)
Kelly Ximena Perez Rubio (38.84)
Paula Alejandra Aguirre Joya (39.37)
2:36.83
AM
 South Korea
Jang Ye-sol (39.76)
Kim Eun-kyoung (40.86)
Kim Ga-in (38.43)
Kim Bo-kyung (39.40)
2:38.45

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