List of world records in finswimming

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The following is the list of world records in finswimming recognised by the sport's governing body, Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS). CMAS does not recognise short course records.

Requirements for recognition of records[edit]

As of January 2013, CMAS recognises world and other records for the following techniques and distances for both males and females in the age groups of Senior (i.e. 18 years and older) and Junior (i.e. 12 to 17 years old) where these are made in an Olympic-size swimming pool (i.e. 50m length) and are measured by electronic automatic officiating equipment:

The International Rules also allow for recognition of a record swimming time in the first lap of a relay race or an immediate distance as part of a longer swimming distance. Records made at the CMAS World and Continental Championships and at the World Games are automatically registered. Records made outside of the above-mentioned competitions can be recognised as subject to the attempt being an individual attempt and that at least three days public notice of the attempt is given. National records can be recognised if a record’s time is equal to or better than the prevailing world record.[1]

As of January 2013, the International Rules do not discuss the matter of records made for open water/long distance finswimming.[1]

Records[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m SF 15.00 Mauricio Fernández  Colombia 25 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
100m SF 33.87 Max Poschart  Germany 7 May 2017 German Championships Berlin, Germany
200m SF 1:18.65 r Juan Fernando Ocampo  Colombia 26 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
400m SF 2:56.93 Evgeny Smirnov  Russia 6 August 2013 World Championships Kazan, Russia [3]
800m SF 6:16.24 Oleksandr Odynokov  Ukraine 1 August 2014 European Championships Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [4]
1500 SF 12:09.74 Ádám Bukor  Hungary 5 July 2017 European Championships Wrocław, Poland [5]
50m BF 18.41 h Andrey Arbuzov  Russia 25 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
100m BF 41.44 Dimitri Seryakov  Russia 24 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
200m BF 1:33.31 Gergő Kosina  Hungary 24 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
400m BF 3:26.69 # Aleksey Fedkin  Russia 1 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [6]
50m AP 13.70 Pavel Kabanov  Russia 30 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [7]
100m IM 31.24 h Lee Kwan-ho  South Korea 24 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
400m IM 2:40.40 Chi Cheng  China 25 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
800m IM 5:46.96 Szilárd Vilhelm  Hungary 28 July 2010 European Championships Kazan, Russia
4×100m SF relay 2:16.54  Russia 22 July 2017 World Games Wrocław, Poland [8]
4×200m SF relay 5:22.94
 Russia 29 July 2014 European Championships Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [9]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg

Women[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m SF 16.94 Jang Ye-sol  South Korea 25 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
100m SF 38.06 Ekaterina Mikhailushkina  Russia 27 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [10]
200m SF 1:25.41 Valeriya Baranovskaya  Russia 21 July 2017 World Games Wrocław, Poland [11]
400m SF 3:12.10 Sun Yiting  China 16 July 2018 World Championships Belgrade, Serbia [12]
800m SF 6:46.79 Liu Jiao  China 1 August 2011 World Championships Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [13]
1500m SF 13:01.48 Liu Jiao  China 3 August 2011 World Championships Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [13]
50m BF 20.52 Petra Senánszky  Hungary 21 July 2017 World Games Wrocław, Poland [14]
100m BF 45.16 Petra Senánszky  Hungary 22 July 2017 World Games Wrocław, Poland [15]
200m BF 1:41.42 Petra Senánszky  Hungary 24 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
400m BF 3:44.65 Zuzana Hrašková  Slovakia 29 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [16]
50m AP 15.10 Zhu Baozhen  China 24 July 2009 World Games Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei
100m IM 34.46 Zhu Baozhen  China 24 August 2009 World Championships Saint Petersburg, Russia
400m IM 2:56.48 Sun Yiting  China 28 September 2016 Yantai, China
800m IM 6:18.38 Liu Jiao  China 18 September 2011 World Cup Final Yantai, China [17]
4×100m SF relay 2:34.54  Russia 26 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
4×200m SF relay 5:55.65  Russia 29 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [16]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg

Mixed[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
4×50m SF relay 1:04.27  Russia 5 July 2017 European Championships Wrocław, Poland [5]
4×100m BF relay 2:58.04  Russia 16 July 2018 World Championships Belgrade, Serbia [12]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

Junior – boys[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m SF 15.61 Roman Giniyatulin  Russia 28 June 2014 World Junior Championships Chania, Greece [18]
100m SF 34.36 Egor Kachmashev  Russia 27 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [10]
200m SF 1:20.05 Egor Kachmashev  Russia 28 June 2019 European Championships Ioannina, Greece [19]
400m SF 2:59.77 Ádám Bukor  Slovakia 6 July 2016 World Junior Championships Annemasse, France [20]
800m SF 6:17.97 Ádám Bukor  Slovakia 10 September 2016 World Cup Final Tomsk, Russia [21]
1500m SF 12:22.74 Ádám Bukor  Slovakia 7 July 2016 World Junior Championships Annemasse, France [22]
50m BF 18.79 # Aleksey Fedkin  Russia 1 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [6]
100m BF 41.56 # Aleksey Fedkin  Russia 30 July 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [23]
200m BF 1:34.03 # Aleksey Fedkin  Russia 31 July 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [24]
400m BF 3:26.69 # Aleksey Fedkin  Russia 1 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [6]
50m AP 14.51 Andrey Burakov  Russia 1 August 2005 World Junior Championships Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Poland
100m IM 31.84 Euvgeni Skorzhenko  Russia 4 September 2001 European Championships Eger, Hungary
400m IM 2:48.25 Denys Grubnik  Ukraine 24 August 2009 World Championships Saint Petersburg, Russia
800m IM 5:49.60 Tong Zhenbo  China 6 August 2013 World Championships Kazan, Russia
4×100m SF relay 2:24.01  Russia 29 June 2014 World Junior Championships Chania, Greece [25]
4×200m SF relay 5:34.39
 Russia 27 June 2014 World Junior Championships Chania, Greece [26]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg

Junior – girls[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50m SF 17.53 Paula Aguirre  Colombia 10 April 2016 World Cup Cali, Colombia
100m SF 38.28 Ekaterina Mikhailushkina  Russia 16 July 2018 World Championships Belgrade, Serbia [12]
200m SF 1:26.39 Ekaterina Mikhailushkina  Russia 5 July 2017 European Championships Wrocław, Poland [5]
400m SF 3:12.86 Elena Lopatina  Russia 16 July 2018 World Championships Belgrade, Serbia [12]
800m SF 6:54.52 # Ekaterina Mikhailushkina  Russia 2 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [27]
1500m SF 13:32.38 # Johanna Schikora  Germany 31 July 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [24]
50m BF 22.16 Valeriia Bodina  Russia 8 July 2016 World Junior Championships Annemasse, France [28]
100m BF 47.16 Maria Patlasova  Russia 6 July 2016 World Junior Championships Annemasse, France [20]
200m BF 1:42.46 Maria Patlasova  Russia 7 July 2016 World Junior Championships Annemasse, France [22]
400m BF 3:49.32 Iana Martynova  Russia 1 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [6]
50m AP 16.29 Paula Aguirre  Colombia 30 September 2016 Colombian Championships Villavicencio, Colombia [29]
100m IM 37.09 Vera Ilyushina  Russia 17 July 2012 World Junior Championships Graz, Austria
400m IM 2:56.87 Chen Sijia  China 25 June 2016 World Championships Volos, Greece [2]
800m IM 6:39.75 Cheng Chao  China 23 August 1992 World Championships Athenes, Greece
4×100m SF relay 2:40.52 #  Russia 2 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [27]
4×200m SF relay 6:04.05 #  Russia 1 August 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [6]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat; r – relay 1st leg; rh – relay heat 1st leg

Junior – mixed[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
4×50m SF relay 1:07.57 #  Russia 31 July 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [24]
4×100m BF relay 3:02.44 #  Russia 30 July 2018 European Junior Championships Istanbul, Turkey [23]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by CMAS;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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