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 ) and are reportedly current and correct as of June 2014. Short course (i.e. 25 m pool) records are also included, however these are not recognised by CMAS.

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]

CMAS recognised records[edit]

In the following sub-sections, records that are ‘not yet ratified’ are shown as "x" while records that are equal in time to a world record are shown as "=".

Men[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m SF 15.00 Fernández, MauricioMauricio Fernández  Colombia 26 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
100 m SF 33,87 Poschart, MaxMax Poschart  Germany 7 May 2017 German Championship Berlin, Germany [citation needed]
200 m SF 1:19.12 Ocampo, Juan FernandoJuan Fernando Ocampo  Colombia 25 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
400 m SF 2:56.93 Smirnov, EvgenyEvgeny Smirnov  Russia 6 August 2013 CMAS Games (World Championship) Kazan, Russia [2]
800 m SF 6:16.24 Odynokov, OleksandrOleksandr Odynokov  Ukraine 1 August 2014 25th CMAS Finswimming European Championship Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [3]
1500 m SF 12:13.52 Lützkendorf, SvenSven Lützkendorf  Germany 23 August 2009 World Championship St. Petersburg, Russia [2]
50 m BF 18.41 Arbusov, AndreyAndrey Arbusov  Russia 26 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
100 m BF 41.44 Seryakov, DimitriDimitri Seryakov  Russia 24 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
200 m BF 1:33.31 Kosina, GergőGergő Kosina  Hungary 25 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
50 m AP 13.85 Kabanov, PavelPavel Kabanov  Russia 1 August 2014 25th CMAS Finswimming European Championship Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [3]
100 m IM 31.24 Lee, KwanhoKwanho Lee  South Korea 25 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
400 m IM 2:42.90 Kanyó, DénesDénes Kanyó  Hungary 1 August 2011 World Championship Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [2]
800 m IM 5:46.96 Vilhelm, SzilárdSzilárd Vilhelm  Hungary 28 July 2010 European Championship Kazan, Russia [2]
4×100 m relay 2:19.08
 Russia 9 August 2013 CMAS Games (World Championship) Kazan, Russia [2]
4×200 m relay 5:22.94
 Russia 29 July 2014 25th CMAS Finswimming European Championship Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [3]


Junior - boys[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m SF 15.61 Giniyatulin, RomanRoman Giniyatulin  Russia 28 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]
100 m SF 34.68 Giniyatulin, RomanRoman Giniyatulin  Russia 27 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]
200 m SF 1:21.19 Zhurman, DmitriDmitri Zhurman  Russia 29 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]
400 m SF 3:00.42 Zhurman, DmitriDmitri Zhurman  Russia 28 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]
800 m SF 6:24.15 Odynokov, OleksandrOleksandr Odynokov  Ukraine 30 July 2010 European Championship Kazan, Russia [5]
1500 m SF 12:27.45 Odynokov, OleksandrOleksandr Odynokov  Ukraine 7 July 2010 World junior Championship Palma de Mallorca, Spain [5]
50 m BF 19.79 Jarolím, JakubJakub Jarolím  Czech Republic 17 July 2012 World junior championship Graz, Austria [5]
100 m BF 43.38 Kosina, GergőGergő Kosina  Hungary 10 July 2013 European junior Championship Szczecin, Poland [6]
200 m BF 1:36.07 Kosina, GergőGergő Kosina  Hungary 9 August 2013 CMAS Games (World Championship) Kazan, Russia [citation needed]
50 m AP 14.51 Burakov, AndreyAndrey Burakov  Russia 1 August 2005 World junior Championship Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Poland [citation needed]
100 m IM 31.84 Skorjenko, EuvgeniEuvgeni Skorjenko  Russia 2 September 2001 European Championship Eger, Hungary [5]
400 m IM 2:48.25 Grubnik, DenisDenis Grubnik  Ukraine 24 August 2009 World Championship St. Petersburg, Russia [5]
800 m IM 5:49.60 Zhenbo, TongTong Zhenbo  China 6 August 2013 World Championship Kazan, Russia [citation needed]
4×100 m relay 2:24.01
 Russia 29 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]
4×200 m relay 5:34.39
 Russia 27 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]

Women[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m SF 16.94 Jang, YesolYesol Jang  South Korea 26 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
100 m SF 38.11 Zhu, BaozhenBaozhen Zhu  China 24 July 2009 World Games Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei [2]
200 m SF 1:26.74 Baranovskaya, ValeriyaValeriya Baranovskaya  Russia 30 July 2014 25th CMAS Finswimming European Championship Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [3]
400 m SF 3:12.90 Liu, JiaoJiao Liu  China 30 July 2011 World Championship Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [2]
800 m SF 6:46.79 Liu, JiaoJiao Liu  China 30 July 2011 World Championship Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [2]
1500 m SF 13:01.48 Liu, JiaoJiao Liu  China 3 August 2011 World Championship Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [2]
50 m BF 20.98 Senánszky, PetraPetra Senánszky  Hungary 26 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
100 m BF 45.69 Senánszky, PetraPetra Senánszky  Hungary 24 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
200 m BF 1:41.43 Senánszky, PetraPetra Senánszky  Hungary 25 June 2016 19th CMAS World Senior Championship Volos, Greece [citation needed]
50 m AP 15.10 Zhu, BaozhenBaozhen Zhu  China 24 July 2009 World Games Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei [7]
100 m IM 34.46 Zhu, BaozhenBaozhen Zhu  China 1 November 2008 World Championship St. Petersburg, China [2]
400 m IM 2:57.06 Huang, JiefenJiefen Huang  China 27 May 2006 Chinese Championship Suzhou, China [2]
800 m IM 6:18.38 Liu, JiaoJiao Liu  China 18 September 2011 World Cup Final Yantai, China [2]
4×100 m relay 2:37.95
 China 23 July 2009 World Games Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei [2]
4×200 m relay 5:59.12
 Russia 8 August 2013 CMAS Games (World Championship) Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [2]

Junior - girls[edit]

Event Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
50 m SF 17.97 Belomestnova, KseniaKsenia Belomestnova  Estonia 9 August 2013 CMAS Games (World Championship) Kazan, Russia [citation needed]
100 m SF 39.60 Ilyushina, VeraVera Ilyushina  Russia 16 July 2012 World junior championship Graz, Austria [5]
200 m SF 1:30.78 Ilyushina, VeraVera Ilyushina  Russia 18 July 2012 World junior championship Graz, Austria [5]
400 m SF 3:19.23 Anatoniak, AnastasiaAnastasia Anatoniak  Ukraine 11 July 2013 European junior Championship Szczecin, Poland [8]
800 m SF 7:03.02 Giliazova, IuliaIulia Giliazova  Russia 12 July 2013 European junior Championship Szczecin, Poland [9]
1500 m SF 13:40.07 Godovana, OlgaOlga Godovana  Ukraine 27 July 2009 European Championship Eger, Hungary [citation needed]
50 m BF 22.21 Korenevskaya, OlgaOlga Korenevskaya  Russia 14 May 2011 World Cup Leipzig, Germany [citation needed]
100 m BF 48.42 Korenevskaya, OlgaOlga Korenevskaya  Russia 13 July 2011 European junior Championship Miskolc, Hungary [citation needed]
200 m BF 1:45.29 Senánszky, PetraPetra Senánszky  Hungary 31 July 2011 World Championship Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary [5]
50 m AP 16.44 Ilyushina, VeraVera Ilyushina  Russia 15 August 2012 European championship Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy [5]
. 16.44 Belomestinova, KseniaKsenia Belomestinova  Estonia 5 August 2013 CMAS Games (World championship) Kazan, Russia [5]
100 m IM 37.09 Ilyushina, VeraVera Ilyushina  Russia 17 July 2012 World junior championship Graz, Austria [5]
400 m IM 3:09.89 Liu, JiaoJiao Liu  China 2 August 2005 World junior Championship Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Poland [5]
800 m IM 6:23.61 Cheng, ChaoChao Cheng  China 23 August 1992 World Championship Athenes, Greece [5]
4×100 m relay 2:43.20
 Russia 29 June 2014 World junior Championship Chania, Greece [4]
4×200 m relay 6:15.64
 Russia 27 June 2014 Junior World Championship Chania, Greece [4]

Short course records (metres)[edit]

CMAS does not recognise short course (i.e. 25 m pool) records - so when these have been compiled, they will represent world best times. These are the best times found so far.[timeframe?]

Men[edit]

This list is not up to date. It will be continuously updated.[timeframe?]

Event Time Name Year Location
SF
50 m 00:15.37 Russia Pavel Kabanov 2011 Russia Tomsk
100 m 00:34.28 Italy Cesare Fumarola 2011 Spain Ordizia
200 m 01:20.15 Italy Cesare Fumarola 2011 Italy Sondrio
400 m 03:00.06 Russia Evgeny Smirnov 2012 Russia Tomsk
800 m 06:31.79 Italy Stefano Figini 2011 Spain Ordizia
1500 m 13:48.51 Spain Luis López Cárcel 2013 Spain Tolosa
BF
50 m 00:18.50 Czech Republic Jakub Jarolím 2015[citation needed] Czech Republic Nový Jičín
100 m 00:40.89 Czech Republic Jakub Jarolím 2015[citation needed] Czech Republic Nový Jičín
200 m 01:33.79 Hungary Gergő Kosina 2013 Hungary Kecskemét
AP
50 m 00:14.64 Russia Pavel Kabanov 2011 Russia Tomsk
IM
100 m 00:35.79 Germany Jens Peter Ostrowsky 2012 Germany Rostock
400 m 02:57.17 Germany Max Lauschus 2011 Germany Rostock
800 m 06:54.93 Italy Roberto Fiorucci 1991 Italy Grosseto
Relays
4×50 m 01:07.26 Team Finspirit (A. Nava, M. Rodriguez, A. Aouidad, S. Figini) 2011 France Rouen
4 × 100 m 02:26.39 China China 1997 China Macao
4 × 200 m 06:02.14 France Paris PO 2009 France Cherbourg

Women[edit]

This list is not up to date. It will be continuously updated. The references will be added soon.[timeframe?]

Event Time Name Year Location
SF
50 m 00:17.84 Russia Anna Ber 2011 Russia Tomsk
100 m 00:39.68 China Baozhen Zhu 2007 China Macao
200 m 01:29.14 Russia Vasilisa Kravchuk 2011 Russia Tomsk
400 m 03:18.77 Russia Valeria Baranovskaya 2012 Russia Tomsk
800 m 07:29.91 Italy Monica Crovetti 1986 Italy Italy
1500 m 14:39.66 Spain Alona Kotchetkova Pushkareva 2007 Spain Alicante
BF
50 m 00:21.71 Russia Vasilisa Kravchuk 2011 Russia Tomsk
100 m 00:48.71 Russia Medeya Kabanova 2011 Russia Tomsk
200 m 01:47.93 Russia Medeya Kabanova 2010 Russia Tomsk
AP
50 m 00:16.78 Russia Anna Ber 2011 Russia Tomsk
IM
100 m 00:40.36 Estonia Galija Sattarova 2007 Finland Tampere
400 m 03:17.39 France Camille Heitz 2013 France Valence
800 m 07:54.83 Czech Republic Naďa Tylová 2006 Germany Halle
Relays
4×50 m 01:19.84 Germany SC DHfK Leipzig 2007 Germany Rostock
4 × 100 m 02:45.89 China China 2007 China Macao
4 × 200 m 06:32.83 France Paris Palmes Olympique (PPO) 2013 France Valence

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "CMAS - FINSWIMMING WORLD RECORDS: UPDATE 09/08/2013". Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. Retrieved 5 December 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Results 25th CMAS European Championship" (PDF). Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. Retrieved 18 November 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h "CMAS - FINSWIMMING JUNIOR WORLD RECORDS - update :1/07/2014". Retrieved 17 July 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "CMAS - FINSWIMMING JUNIOR WORLD RECORDS - update :15/08/2012". Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. Retrieved 5 December 2013. 
  6. ^ MANCA, DAVIDE. "Szczecin 2013 – 3 new Junior WR on first day of competition". Finswimmer Magazine. Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  7. ^ "CMAS - FINSWIMMING WORLD GAMES RECORDS - update 27.07.2013". Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  8. ^ "Szczecin 2013 – 3 new Junior WR on second day of competition". Finswimmer Magazine. Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  9. ^ MANCA, DAVIDE. "Szczecin 2013 – Final day of Pool distances". Finswimmer Magazine. Retrieved 6 December 2013. 

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