Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 200 metre breaststroke

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Women's 200 metre breaststroke
at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships
Venue Danube Arena
Location Budapest, Hungary
Dates 27 July (heats and semifinals)
28 July (final)
Competitors 36 from 32 nations
Winning time 2:19.64
Medalists
gold medal    Russia
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    China
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The Women's 200 metre breaststroke competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 27 and 28 July 2017.[1][2]

Records[edit]

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

World record  Rikke Møller Pedersen (DEN) 2:19.11 Barcelona, Spain 1 August 2013
Competition record  Rikke Møller Pedersen (DEN) 2:19.11 Barcelona, Spain 1 August 2013

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held on 27 July at 10:10.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 3 Molly Renshaw  Great Britain 2:24.03 Q
2 4 5 Lilly King  United States 2:24.28 Q
3 3 4 Taylor McKeown  Australia 2:24.31 Q
4 2 3 Jessica Vall  Spain 2:24.41 Q
5 2 5 Bethany Galat  United States 2:24.56 Q
6 3 6 Kierra Smith  Canada 2:24.57 Q
7 2 4 Rikke Møller Pedersen  Denmark 2:24.69 Q
8 4 7 Martina Moravčíková  Czech Republic 2:25.26 Q, NR
9 2 2 Ashley McGregor  Canada 2:25.31 Q
10 4 3 Shi Jinglin  China 2:25.39 Q
11 4 4 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 2:25.63 Q
12 4 6 Reona Aoki  Japan 2:25.93 Q
13 3 7 Back Su-yeon  South Korea 2:26.45 Q
14 3 5 Jocelyn Ulyett  Great Britain 2:26.50 Q
15 3 2 Satomi Suzuki  Japan 2:26.78 Q
16 4 2 Jenna Laukkanen  Finland 2:28.59 Q
17 2 6 Viktoriya Zeynep Güneş  Turkey 2:28.68
18 2 1 Esther González  Mexico 2:28.71
19 4 8 Sophie Hansson  Sweden 2:28.81
20 3 1 Victoria Kaminskaya  Portugal 2:29.18
21 4 1 Macarena Ceballos  Argentina 2:29.34
22 2 7 Dalma Sebestyén  Hungary 2:29.35
23 3 0 Kaylene Corbett  South Africa 2:31.36
24 3 8 Andrea Podmaníková  Slovakia 2:32.63
25 4 0 Natasha Lloyd  New Zealand 2:33.93
26 2 0 Mercedes Toledo  Venezuela 2:35.20
27 2 8 Rebecca Kamau  Kenya 2:36.99
28 3 9 Alina Bulmag  Moldova 2:37.42
29 4 9 Alexandra Schegoleva  Cyprus 2:38.60
30 1 2 Nguyễn Thị Nhất Lam  Vietnam 2:45.25
31 1 3 Honia Ibrahim  Iraq 2:45.37
32 1 5 Rusudan Goginashvili  Georgia 2:45.52
33 1 4 Kiah Borg  Namibia 2:48.48
34 2 9 Nawapas Pisanuwong  Thailand 2:49.09
35 1 7 Kristina Panasenko  Kyrgyzstan 2:52.53
36 1 6 Tilali Scanlan  American Samoa 3:04.65

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held on 27 July at 18:50.[4]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Shi Jinglin  China 2:23.17 Q
2 3 Kierra Smith  Canada 2:23.18 Q
3 5 Jessica Vall  Spain 2:23.49 Q
4 4 Lilly King  United States 2:23.81 Q
5 1 Jocelyn Ulyett  Great Britain 2:23.82
6 7 Reona Aoki  Japan 2:24.42
7 6 Martina Moravčíková  Czech Republic 2:25.67
8 8 Jenna Laukkanen  Finland 2:27.77

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 2:21.49 Q
2 3 Bethany Galat  United States 2:21.86 Q
3 5 Taylor McKeown  Australia 2:22.10 Q
4 4 Molly Renshaw  Great Britain 2:23.51 Q
5 6 Rikke Møller Pedersen  Denmark 2:24.51
6 8 Satomi Suzuki  Japan 2:25.60
7 2 Ashley McGregor  Canada 2:25.75
8 1 Back Su-yeon  South Korea 2:26.37

Final[edit]

The final was held on 28 July at 18:25.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 2:19.64
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Bethany Galat  United States 2:21.77
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6 Shi Jinglin  China 2:21.93
4 8 Lilly King  United States 2:22.11
5 2 Kierra Smith  Canada 2:22.23
6 1 Molly Renshaw  Great Britain 2:22.96
7 3 Taylor McKeown  Australia 2:23.06
8 7 Jessica Vall  Spain 2:23.29

References[edit]