List of Deaf world records in swimming

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The Deaf world records in swimming are the fastest ever performances of deaf athletes, which are recognised and ratified by the Comité International des Sports des Sourds and FINA.

All records were set in finals unless noted otherwise.

Long Course (50 m)[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m freestyle 23.34 Titus, MarcusMarcus Titus  United States 22 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [1]
100m freestyle 51.22 Titus, MarcusMarcus Titus  United States 17 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [2]
200m freestyle 1:53.12 Parkin, TerenceTerence Parkin  South Africa 11 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
400m freestyle 3:53.42 Float, JeffreyJeffrey Float  United States 23 August 1978 - West Berlin, West Germany
800m freestyle
1500m freestyle 16:08.56 Parkin, TerenceTerence Parkin  South Africa 13 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
50m backstroke 27.06 Kanaji, YoshikazuYoshikazu Kanaji  Japan 19 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [3]
100m backstroke 56.06 h Klotz, MatthewMatthew Klotz  United States 18 June 2016 Tiger Aquatics Summer Classic Baton Rouge, United States [4]
200m backstroke 2:02.54 h Klotz, MatthewMatthew Klotz  United States 30 June 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Omaha, United States [5]
50m breaststroke 27.79 Titus, MarcusMarcus Titus  United States 7 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [6][7]
100m breaststroke 1:00.00 Titus, MarcusMarcus Titus  United States 7 July 2009 - Indianapolis, United States
200m breaststroke 2:12.50 Parkin, TerenceTerence Parkin  South Africa 17 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
50m butterfly 24.82 Xu, Jia HuiJia Hui Xu  China 11 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
100m butterfly 53.90 Trishkin, IlyaIlya Trishkin  Russia 7 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
200m butterfly 2:01.71 Germano, LucaLuca Germano  Italy 8 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [8][9]
200m individual medley 2:03.33 h Parkin, TerenceTerence Parkin  South Africa 20 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
400m individual medley 4:16.92 Parkin, TerenceTerence Parkin  South Africa 17 September 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
4×100m freestyle relay 3:30.36  Russia 22 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [10]
4×200m freestyle relay 7:50.89
 Russia 12 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [11][12]
4×100m medley relay 3:53.04
 Russia 19 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [13]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CISS, FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

Women[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m freestyle 26.15 Lytvynenko, GannaGanna Lytvynenko  Ukraine 12 September 2001 - Chinese Taipei
100m freestyle 57.29 Lytvynenko, GannaGanna Lytvynenko  Ukraine 9 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
200m freestyle 2:07.13 He, Yue YueYue Yue He  China 11 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
400m freestyle 4:27.82 Tovsta, AnnaAnna Tovsta  Ukraine 7 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
800m freestyle 9:09.73 Lutz, ElizabethElizabeth Lutz  United States 28 July 1981 - Köln, West Germany
1500m freestyle
50m backstroke 30.60 Brykanova, ElenaElena Brykanova  Russia 22 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [14]
100m backstroke 1:06.35 Joyce, DanielleDanielle Joyce  Great Britain 18 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [15]
200m backstroke 2:25.18 Alekseeva, AlenaAlena Alekseeva  Russia 20 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [16]
50m breaststroke 32.85 h Petrushenka, AksanaAksana Petrushenka  Belarus 19 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [17]
100m breaststroke 1:11.53 Petrushenka, AksanaAksana Petrushenka  Belarus 20 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [18]
200m breaststroke 2:35.65 Petrushenka, AksanaAksana Petrushenka  Belarus 8 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [9][19]
50m butterfly 28.28 De Villiers, PeggyPeggy De Villiers  South Africa 17 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [20]
100m butterfly 1:03.59 De Villiers, PeggyPeggy De Villiers  South Africa 22 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [21]
200m butterfly 2:22.46 He, Yue YueYue Yue He  China 12 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
200m individual medley 2:22.78 Petrushenka, AksanaAksana Petrushenka  Belarus 11 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [22]
400m individual medley 5:05.31 Tovsts, AnnaAnna Tovsts  Ukraine 7 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [6][23]
4×100m freestyle relay 3:58.92
  • Eleonora Brykanova
  • Alena Alekseeva
  • Ekaterina Savchenko
  • Maria Karpova
 Russia 22 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [24]
4×200m freestyle relay 8:49.55
 United States 12 August 2011 World Deaf Championships Coimbra, Portugal [25][12]
4×100m medley relay 4:26.89  Belarus 11 September 2009 - Chinese Taipei
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CISS, FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; sf – semifinal; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg; b – B final; – en route to final mark; tt – time trial

Mixed Relay[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
4×100m freestyle relay 3:43.01  Russia 18 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [26]
4×100m medley relay 4:08.40
 Russia 20 August 2015 World Deaf Championships San Antonio, United States [27]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CISS, FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

Short Course (25 m)[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Time Name Club Date Meet Location Ref
50 m freestyle
100 m freestyle
200 m freestyle
400 m freestyle
800 m freestyle
1500 m freestyle
50 m backstroke
100 m backstroke
200 m backstroke
50 m breaststroke
100 m breaststroke
200 m breaststroke
50 m butterfly
100 m butterfly
200 m butterfly
100 m individual medley
200 m individual medley
400 m individual medley
4×50 m freestyle relay
4×100 m freestyle relay
4×200 m freestyle relay
4×50 m medley relay
4×100 m medley relay
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CISS, FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

Women[edit]

Event Time Name Club Date Meet Location Ref
50m freestyle 25.81 Joyce, DanielleDanielle Joyce  Great Britain 10 December 2016 Scottish Championships Edinburgh, United Kingdom [28]
100m freestyle 56.10 Joyce, DanielleDanielle Joyce  Great Britain 9 December 2016 Scottish Championships Edinburgh, United Kingdom [29]
200 m freestyle
400 m freestyle
800 m freestyle
1500 m freestyle
50m backstroke 29.37 Joyce, DanielleDanielle Joyce  Great Britain 9 December 2016 Scottish Championships Edinburgh, United Kingdom [30]
100 m backstroke
200m backstroke 2:18.75 Joyce, DanielleDanielle Joyce  Great Britain 10 December 2016 Scottish Championships Edinburgh, United Kingdom [31]
50 m breaststroke
100 m breaststroke
200 m breaststroke
50 m butterfly
100 m butterfly
200 m butterfly
100 m individual medley
200 m individual medley
400 m individual medley
4×50 m freestyle relay
4×100 m freestyle relay
4×200 m freestyle relay
4×50 m medley relay
4×100 m medley relay
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CISS, FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

References[edit]

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