World record progression 100 metres breaststroke

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Graphic data for World Record Progression in Men and Women Swimming 50m-100m-200m Long and Short Course Butterfly-Backstroke-Breaststroke-Freestyle

This is a listing of the history of the World Record in the 100 breaststroke swimming event.

The first world record in long course (50 metres) swimming was recognized by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) in 1961, while the women's world record times were officially acknowledged in 1958.[citation needed] In the short course (25 metres) swimming events the world's governing body has recognized world records since 3 March 1991.

Men[edit]

Long course[edit]

Time Name Nationality Date Location
1:11.4 Leonid Kolesnikov  Soviet Union May 2, 1961 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:11.1 Chet Jastremski  United States July 2, 1961 Chicago, United States
1:10.8 Gunter Tittes  East Germany July 5, 1961 East Berlin, East Germany
1:10.7 Chet Jastremski  United States July 28, 1961 Tokyo, Japan
1:10.0 Chet Jastremski  United States July 30, 1961 Tokyo, Japan
1:09.5 Chet Jastremski  United States August 3, 1961 Osaka, Japan
1:07.8 Chet Jastremski  United States August 20, 1961 Los Angeles, United States
1:07.5 Chet Jastremski  United States August 20, 1961 Los Angeles, United States
1:07.4 Georgy Prokopenko  Soviet Union March 26, 1964 Baku, Soviet Union
1:06.9 Georgy Prokopenko  Soviet Union September 3, 1964 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:06.7 Vladimir Kosinsky  Soviet Union November 8, 1967 Leningrad, Soviet Union
1:06.4 Jose Fiolo  Brazil February 19, 1968 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1:06.2 Nikolai Pankin  Soviet Union April 18, 1968 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:05.8 Nikolai Pankin  Soviet Union April 20, 1969 Magdeburg, East Germany
1:05.68 John Hencken  United States August 29, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:05.13 Nobutaka Taguchi  Japan August 29, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:04.94 Nobutaka Taguchi  Japan August 30, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:04.35 John Hencken  United States September 4, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1:04.02 John Hencken  United States September 4, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1:03.88 John Hencken  United States August 31, 1974 Concord, United States
1:03.88 John Hencken  United States July 19, 1976 Montreal, Canada
1:03.62 John Hencken  United States July 19, 1976 Montreal, Canada
1:03.11 John Hencken  United States July 20, 1976 Montreal, Canada
1:02.86 Gerald Mörken  West Germany August 18, 1977 Jönköping, Sweden
1:02.62 Steve Lundquist  United States July 19, 1982 Mission Viejo, United States
1:02.53 Steve Lundquist  United States August 21, 1982 Indianapolis, United States
1:02.34 Steve Lundquist  United States August 6, 1983 Clovis, United States
1:02.28 Steve Lundquist  United States August 17, 1983 Caracas, Venezuela
1:02.13 John Moffet  United States June 25, 1984 Indianapolis, United States
1:01.65 Steve Lundquist  United States July 29, 1984 Los Angeles, United States
1:01.49 Adrian Moorhouse  United Kingdom August 15, 1989 Bonn, West Germany
1:01.49 Adrian Moorhouse  United Kingdom January 25, 1990 Auckland, New Zealand
1:01.49 Adrian Moorhouse  United Kingdom July 26, 1990 London, United Kingdom
1:01.49 Norbert Rózsa  Hungary January 7, 1991 Perth, Australia
1:01.45 Norbert Rózsa  Hungary January 7, 1991 Perth, Australia
1:01.45 Vasili Ivanov  Soviet Union June 11, 1991 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:01.29 Norbert Rózsa  Hungary August 20, 1991 Athens, Greece
1:00.95 Károly Güttler  Hungary August 3, 1993 Sheffield, United Kingdom
1:00.60 Frederik Deburghgraeve  Belgium July 20, 1996 Atlanta, United States
1:00.36 Roman Sludnov  Russia June 15, 2000 Moscow, Russia
1:00.29 Ed Moses  United States March 28, 2001 Austin, United States
1:00.26 Roman Sludnov  Russia June 28, 2001 Moscow, Russia
59.97 Roman Sludnov  Russia June 29, 2001 Moscow, Russia
59.94 Roman Sludnov  Russia July 23, 2001 Fukuoka, Japan
59.78 Kosuke Kitajima  Japan July 21, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
59.30 Brendan Hansen  United States July 8, 2004 Long Beach, United States
59.13 Brendan Hansen  United States August 1, 2006 Irvine, United States
58.91 Kosuke Kitajima  Japan August 11, 2008 Beijing, China
58.58 Brenton Rickard  Australia July 27, 2009 Rome, Italy
58.46 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa July 29, 2012 London, UK
57.92 Adam Peaty  United Kingdom April 17, 2015 London, UK
57.55 Adam Peaty  United Kingdom August 6, 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
57.13 Adam Peaty  United Kingdom August 7, 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
57.10 Adam Peaty  United Kingdom August 4, 2018 Glasgow, United Kingdom
56.88 Adam Peaty  United Kingdom July 21, 2019 Gwangju, South Korea

Short course[edit]

Time Name Nationality Date Location
59.30 Dmitry Volkov  Soviet Union Feb 10, 1990 Bonn, West Germany
59.07 Phil Rogers  Australia 27 August 1993 Melbourne, Australia
59.02 Frédérik Deburghgraeve  Belgium February 17, 1996 Bastogne, Belgium
58.79 Frédérik Deburghgraeve  Belgium Dec 4, 1998 Texas, United States
58.51 Roman Sludnov  Russia March 17, 2000 Athens, Greece
58.05 Ed Moses  United States March 24, 2000 Minneapolis, United States
57.66 Ed Moses  United States March 24, 2000 Minneapolis, United States
57.47 Ed Moses  United States January 23, 2002 Stockholm, Sweden
56.88 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa November 9, 2008 Moscow, Russia
55.99 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa August 9, 2009 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
55.61 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa November 15, 2009 Berlin, Germany
55.49 Adam Peaty  Great Britain November 15, 2020 Budapest, Hungary
55.41 Adam Peaty  Great Britain November 22, 2020 Budapest, Hungary
55.34 Ilya Shymanovich  Belarus December 19, 2020 Brest, Belarus
55.32 Ilya Shymanovich  Belarus November 19, 2021 Eindhoven, Netherlands
55.28 Ilya Shymanovich  Belarus November 26, 2021 Eindhoven, Netherlands

Women[edit]

Long course[edit]

Time Name Nationality Date Location
1:20.3 Karin Beyer  East Germany July 20, 1958 Berlin, East Germany
1:19.6 Karin Beyer  East Germany September 12, 1958 Leipzig, East Germany
1:19.1 Wiltrud Urselmann  West Germany March 12, 1960 Zürich, Switzerland
1:19.0 Ursula Küper  East Germany July 14, 1960 Leipzig, East Germany
1:18.2 Barbara Göbel  East Germany July 1, 1961 Rostock, East Germany
1:17.9 Claudia Kolb  United States July 11, 1964 Los Angeles, United States
1:17.2 Svetlana Babanina  Soviet Union September 3, 1964 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:16.5 Svetlana Babanina  Soviet Union May 11, 1965 Tashkent, Soviet Union
1:16.4 Catie Ball  United States July 15, 1966 Winter Park, Florida, United States
1:15.7 Galina Prozumenshchikova  Soviet Union July 17, 1966 Leningrad, Soviet Union
1:15.6 Catie Ball  United States December 28, 1966 Fort Lauderdale, United States
1:14.8 Catie Ball  United States July 31, 1967 Winnipeg, Canada
1:14.6 Catie Ball  United States August 19, 1967 Philadelphia, United States
1:14.2 Catie Ball  United States August 25, 1968 Los Angeles, United States
1:13.58 Cathy Carr  United States September 2, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:12.91 Renate Vogel  East Germany August 22, 1974 Vienna, Austria
1:12.55 Christel Justen  West Germany August 23, 1974 Vienna, Austria
1:12.28 Renate Vogel  East Germany September 1, 1974 Concord, United States
1:11.93 Carola Nitschke  East Germany June 2, 1976 Berlin, East Germany
1:11.11 Hannelore Anke  East Germany July 22, 1976 Montreal, Canada
1:10.86 Hannelore Anke  East Germany July 22, 1976 Montreal, Canada
1:10.31 Yuliya Bogdanova  Soviet Union August 22, 1978 West Berlin, West Germany
1:10.20 Ute Geweniger  East Germany May 26, 1980 Magdeburg, East Germany
1:10.11 Ute Geweniger  East Germany July 24, 1980 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:09.52 Ute Geweniger  East Germany April 9, 1981 Gera, East Germany
1:09.39 Ute Geweniger  East Germany July 2, 1981 Berlin, East Germany
1:08.60 Ute Geweniger  East Germany September 8, 1981 Split, Yugoslavia
1:08.51 Ute Geweniger  East Germany August 25, 1983 Rome, Italy
1:08.29 Sylvia Gerasch  East Germany August 23, 1984 Moscow, Soviet Union
1:08.11 Sylvia Gerasch  East Germany August 21, 1986 Madrid, Spain
1:07.91 Silke Hörner  East Germany August 21, 1987 Strasbourg, France
1:07.69 Samantha Riley  Australia September 9, 1994 Rome, Italy
1:07.46 Penelope Heyns  South Africa March 4, 1996 Durban, South Africa
1:07.02 Penelope Heyns  South Africa July 21, 1996 Atlanta, United States
1:06.99 Penelope Heyns  South Africa July 18, 1999 Los Angeles, United States
1:06.95 Penelope Heyns  South Africa July 18, 1999 Los Angeles, United States
1:06.52 Penelope Heyns  South Africa August 23, 1999 Sydney, Australia
1:06.37 Leisel Jones  Australia July 21, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
1:06.20 Jessica Hardy  United States July 25, 2005 Montreal, Canada
1:05.71 Leisel Jones  Australia February 3, 2006 Melbourne, Australia
1:05.09 Leisel Jones  Australia March 20, 2006 Melbourne, Australia
1:04.84 Rebecca Soni  United States July 27, 2009 Rome, Italy
1:04.45 Jessica Hardy  United States August 7, 2009 Federal Way, Washington
1:04.35 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania July 29, 2013 Barcelona, Spain
1:04.13 Lilly King  United States July 25, 2017 Budapest, Hungary

Short course[edit]

Time Name Nationality Date Location
1:06.58[1] Dai Guohong  China December 4, 1993 Palma de Mallorca, Spain
1:05.70[2] Samantha Riley  Australia December 1, 1995 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1:05.57 Penelope Heyns  South Africa September 1999 Johannesburg, South Africa
1:05.40 Penelope Heyns  South Africa September 26, 1999 Durban, South Africa
1:05.29 Emma Igelström  Sweden March 15, 2003 Stockholm, Sweden
1:05.11 Emma Igelström  Sweden March 16, 2003 Stockholm, Sweden
1:05.09 Leisel Jones  Australia November 28, 2003 Melbourne, Australia
1:04.79 Tara Kirk  United States March 18, 2004 Austin, USA
1:04.12 Leisel Jones  Australia August 27, 2006 Hobart, Australia
1:03.86 Leisel Jones  Australia August 28, 2006 Hobart, Australia
1:03.72 Leisel Jones  Australia April 26, 2008 Canberra, Australia
1:03.00 Leisel Jones  Australia November 14, 2009 Berlin, Germany
1:02.70 Rebecca Soni  United States December 19, 2009 Manchester, England
1:02.36 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania October 12, 2013 Moscow, Russia
1:02.36 =[3] Alia Atkinson  Jamaica December 3, 2014 Doha, Qatar
1:02.36 =[4] Alia Atkinson  Jamaica August 26, 2016 Chartres, France

All-time top 25[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2023[5]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 56.88  Adam Peaty (GBR) 21 July 2019 Gwangju
2 57.69  Qin Haiyang (CHN) 24 July 2023 Fukuoka [6]
6 October 2023 Berlin [7]
3 57.80  Arno Kamminga (NED) 24 July 2021 Tokyo [8]
4 58.14  Michael Andrew (USA) 13 June 2021 Omaha [9]
5 58.26  Nicolò Martinenghi (ITA) 19 June 2022 Budapest [10]
12 August 2022 Rome [11]
6 58.29  Ilya Shymanovich (BLR) 24 March 2019 Marseille
7 58.36  Nic Fink (USA) 30 June 2023 Indianapolis [12]
8 58.46  Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) 29 July 2012 London
 James Wilby (GBR) 22 July 2019 Gwangju
10 58.58  Brenton Rickard (AUS) 27 July 2009 Rome
11 58.63  Yan Zibei (CHN) 22 July 2019 Gwangju
12 58.64  Hugues Duboscq (FRA) 27 July 2009 Rome
 Kevin Cordes (USA) 23 July 2017 Budapest
14 58.67  Ihor Borysyk (UKR) 11 June 2009 Kharkiv
15 58.71  Alexander Dale Oen (NOR) 25 July 2011 Shanghai
16 58.73  Federico Poggio (ITA) 14 April 2023 Riccione [13]
17 58.74  Andrew Wilson (USA) 14 June 2021 Omaha [14]
 Lucas Matzerath (GER) 23 July 2023 Fukuoka [15]
19 58.78  Yasuhiro Koseki (JPN) 16 June 2018 Monaco
20 58.79  Christian Sprenger (AUS) 29 July 2013 Barcelona
21 58.83  Anton Chupkov (RUS) 26 October 2020 Kazan
22 58.85  Hüseyin Emre Sakçı (TUR) 3 August 2019 Istanbul
23 58.87  Cody Miller (USA) 7 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
24 58.90  Kosuke Kitajima (JPN) 2 April 2012 Tokyo
25 58.92  Kirill Prigoda (RUS) 26 July 2023 Kazan [16]

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 58.92:

  • Adam Peaty also swam 57.10 (2018), 57.13 (2016), 57.14 (2019), 57.37 (2021), 57.39 (2021), 57.47 (2017), 57.55 (2016), 57.56 (2021), 57.59 (2019), 57.62 (2016), 57.63 (2021), 57.66 (2021), 57.67 (2021), 57.70 (2021), 57.75 (2017), 57.79 (2017), 57.87 (2019), 57.89 (2018), 57.92 (2015), 58.04 (2018), 58.13 (2020), 58.15 (2019), 58.18 (2015), 58.21 (2017), 58.22 (2021), 58.26 (2021), 58.36 (2016), 58.41 (2016), 58.50 (2019), 58.52 (2015, 2015), 58.56 (2017), 58.58 (2022), 58.59 (2018), 58.60 (2024), 58.61 (2018), 58.68 (2014), 58.72 (2017, 2019), 58.73 (2019), 58.74 (2016, 2016), 58.78 (2018, 2019, 2020), 58.82 (2017, 2021), 58.84 (2018), 58.86 (2017), 58.87 (2021), 58.90 (2020), 58.92 (2019).
  • Qin Haiyang also swam 57.76 (2023), 57.82 (2023, 2023), 57.93 (2023), 58.26 (2023), 58.35 (2023), 58.41 (2023), 58.42 (2023), 58.44 (2023), 58.66 (2023), 58.76 (2023), 58.92 (2023).
  • Arno Kamminga also swam 57.90 (2021), 58.00 (2021), 58.10 (2021), 58.18 (2021), 58.19 (2021), 58.40 (2021), 58.42 (2021), 58.43 (2020), 58.47 (2021), 58.52 (2020, 2021, 2022), 58.61 (2020), 58.62 (2022), 58.64 (2021), 58.65 (2019), 58.68 (2021, 2022, 2023), 58.69 (2020, 2022), 58.71 (2022, 2023), 58.72 (2023), 58.74 (2021), 58.77 (2021), 58.78 (2020), 58.85 (2022), 58.87 (2024), 58.89 (2022), 58.90 (2022).
  • Michael Andrew also swam 58.19 (2021), 58.51 (2022), 58.62 (2021), 58.67 (2021), 58.73 (2021), 58.78 (2022), 58.82 (2021), 58.84 (2021).
  • Nicolò Martinenghi also swam 58.28 (2022), 58.29 (2021), 58.33 (2021), 58.37 (2021), 58.44 (2022), 58.45 (2021), 58.46 (2022), 58.57 (2022), 58.68 (2021), 58.72 (2023), 58.75 (2019), 58.78 (2022), 58.84 (2024), 58.88 (2021).
  • Nic Fink also swam 58.37 (2022), 58.50 (2021), 58.55 (2022), 58.57 (2024), 58.65 (2022), 58.72 (2023), 58.73 (2024), 58.80 (2021), 58.81 (2022), 58.88 (2023).
  • Ilya Shymanovich also swam 58.41 (2023), 58.46 (2021), 58.49 (2019), 58.58 (2019), 58.68 (2021), 58.73 (2019), 58.75 (2021), 58.76 (2023), 58.77 (2021), 58.79 (2019), 58.87 (2019).
  • Cameron van der Burgh also swam 58.49 (2015), 58.59 (2015, 2015), 58.69 (2016), 58.83 (2012).
  • James Wilby also swam 58.58 (2021), 58.64 (2018), 58.66 (2019), 58.76 (2021), 58.80 (2021), 58.83 (2019).
  • Yan Zibei also swam 58.67 (2019), 58.72 (2021), 58.73 (2020), 58.74 (2019), 58.75 (2021), 58.79 (2023), 58.83 (2020), 58.87 (2021), 58.89 (2021), 58.92 (2017).
  • Kevin Cordes also swam 58.74 (2017), 58.79 (2017).
  • Lucas Matzerath also swam 58.75 (2023), 58.88 (2023).
  • Andrew Wilson also swam 58.80 (2021).
  • Yasuhiro Koseki also swam 58.86 (2018), 58.89 (2019), 58.91 (2016, 2019).
  • Christian Sprenger also swam 58.87 (2014).
  • Kosuke Kitajima also swam 58.91 (2008).

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2023[17]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 55.28  Ilya Shymanovich (BLR) 26 November 2021 Eindhoven [18]
2 55.41  Adam Peaty (GBR) 22 November 2020 Budapest
3 55.56  Nic Fink (USA) 5 December 2021 Eindhoven [19]
4 55.61  Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) 15 November 2009 Berlin
5 55.63  Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA) 4 November 2021 Kazan [20]
6 55.74  Emre Sakçı (TUR) 10 November 2020 Budapest
7 55.77  Yuya Hinomoto (JPN) 16 October 2021 Tokyo [21]
8 55.79  Arno Kamminga (NED) 4 November 2021 Kazan [22]
9 56.02  Kirill Prigoda (RUS) 15 December 2017 Copenhagen
10 56.11  Yasuhiro Koseki (JPN) 26 October 2019 Tokyo
31 October 2020 Budapest
11 56.15  Fabio Scozzoli (ITA) 16 December 2017 Copenhagen
12 56.16  Oleg Kostin (RUS) 19 November 2017 Kazan
 Fabian Schwingenschlögl (GER) 28 October 2021 Kazan [23]
14 56.25  Felipe França Silva (BRA) 4 September 2014 Guaratinguetá
 Danil Semianinov (RUS) 21 November 2022 Kazan [24]
15 56.29  Robin van Aggele (NED) 11 December 2009 Istanbul
 Ian Finnerty (USA) 17 November 2019 College Park
18 56.30  Anton McKee (ISL) 25 October 2020 Budapest
19 56.31  Qin Haiyang (CHN) 27 October 2022 Beijing [25]
20 56.33  Vladimir Morozov (RUS) 1 October 2016 Beijing
21 56.34  Yan Zibei (CHN) 15 November 2018 Singapore
22 56.43  Cody Miller (USA) 12 December 2015 Indianapolis
 Sun Jiajun (CHN) 27 October 2022 Beijing [26]
24 56.55  Neil Versfeld (RSA) 11 November 2009 Stockholm
25 56.60  Felipe Lima (BRA) 10 August 2021 São Paulo

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 56.60:

  • Ilya Shymanovich also swam 55.32 (2021), 55.34 (2020), 55.45 (2021), 55.49 (2020), 55.59 (2021), 55.70 (2021), 55.77 (2021), 55.83 (2020), 56.04 (2020, 2021), 56.10 (2018), 56.20 (2021), 56.26 (2022), 56.43 (2018), 56.47 (2018), 56.54 (2021).
  • Adam Peaty also swam 55.49 (2020), 56.25 (2022), 56.42 (2022).
  • Nicolo Martinenghi also swam 55.80 (2021), 56.01 (2022), 56.07 (2022), 56.39 (2021), 56.46 (2020), 56.54 (2021), 56.57 (2023), 56.60 (2022).
  • Arno Kamminga also swam 55.82 (2021), 55.99 (2021), 56.06 (2019, 2021), 56.08 (2021), 56.19 (2021), 56.26 (2021), 56.35 (2021), 56.37 (2023), 56.41 (2021), 56.42 (2021), 56.46 (2021), 56.52 (2023).
  • Nic Fink also swam 55.87 (2021), 55.88 (2022), 56.16 (2020), 56.25 (2022), 56.48 (2021), 56.51 (2021).
  • Cameron van der Burgh also swam 55.99 (2009), 56.01 (2018), 56.60 (2009).
  • Yasuhiro Koseki also swam 56.13 (2018), 56.42 (2018).
  • Emre Sakçı also swam 56.25 (2021), 56.47 (2021).
  • Kirill Prigoda also swam 56.28 (2017), 56.31 (2018), 56.54 (2022), 56.56 (2018).
  • Fabian Schwingenschlögl also swam 56.29 (2021).
  • Fabio Scozzoli also swam 56.30 (2018), 56.34 (2021), 56.48 (2018).
  • Qin Haiyang also swam 56.33 (2022), 56.38 (2022).
  • Danil Semianinov also swam 56.51 (2021).

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of February 2024[27]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:04.13  Lilly King (USA) 25 July 2017 Budapest
2 1:04.35  Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) 29 July 2013 Barcelona
3 1:04.36  Yuliya Efimova (RUS) 24 July 2017 Budapest
4 1:04.45  Jessica Hardy (USA) 7 August 2009 Federal Way
5 1:04.82  Tatjana Schoenmaker (RSA) 25 July 2021 Tokyo
6 1:04.84  Rebecca Soni (USA) 27 July 2009 Rome
7 1:04.92  Evgeniia Chikunova (RUS) 19 April 2023 Kazan [28]
8 1:04.95  Lydia Jacoby (USA) 27 July 2021 Tokyo
9 1:05.03  Katie Meili (USA) 25 July 2017 Budapest
10 1:05.09  Leisel Jones (AUS) 20 March 2006 Melbourne
11 1:05.19  Reona Aoki (JPN) 2 March 2022 Tokyo [29]
12 1:05.27  Tang Qianting (CHN) 13 February 2024 Doha [30]
13 1:05.32  Ji Liping (CHN) 29 August 2009 Beijing
14 1:05.35  Katy Freeman (USA) 7 August 2009 Federal Way
15 1:05.37  Annie Lazor (USA) 14 June 2021 Omaha [31]
16 1:05.47  Qi Hui (CHN) 17 October 2009 Jinan
 Lara van Niekerk (RSA) 2 August 2022 Birmingham [32]
18 1:05.48  Kaitlyn Dobler (USA) 30 June 2023 Indianapolis [33]
19 1:05.55  Mona McSharry (IRE) 24 July 2023 Fukuoka [34]
20 1:05.58  Anna Elendt (GER) 31 March 2022 San Antonio [35]
21 1:05.63  Yu Jingyao (CHN) 21 September 2021 Xi'an [36]
22 1:05.64  Chen Huijia (CHN) 6 December 2009 Hong Kong
23 1:05.66  Sophie Hansson (SWE) 25 July 2021 Tokyo
24 1:05.67  Arianna Castiglioni (ITA) 25 June 2021 Rome [37]
25 1:05.70  Benedetta Pilato (ITA) 9 April 2022 Riccione [38]

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:05.70:

  • Ruta Meilutyte also swam 1:04.42 (2013), 1:04.52 (2013), 1:04.62 (2023), 1:04.67 (2023), 1:05.06 (2017), 1:05.09 (2023), 1:05.20 (2013), 1:05.21 (2012, 2013, 2014), 1:05.39 (2014), 1:05.46 (2015), 1:05.47 (2012), 1:05.48 (2013), 1:05.56 (2012), 1:05.63 (2014), 1:05.64 (2015), 1:05.65 (2017), 1:05.68 (2015).
  • Lilly King also swam 1:04.53 (2017), 1:04.72 (2021), 1:04.75 (2023), 1:04.79 (2021), 1:04.93 (2016, 2019), 1:04.95 (2017), 1:05.13 (2019), 1:05.20 (2016, 2017), 1:05.32 (2021, 2021, 2022), 1:05.36 (2018), 1:05.40 (2021), 1:05.44 (2018), 1:05.45 (2023), 1:05.47 (2021), 1:05.54 (2021), 1:05.55 (2021), 1:05.61 (2018), 1:05.65 (2019), 1:05.66 (2019), 1:05.67 (2021, 2022, 2024), 1:05.68 (2019), 1:05.70 (2016, 2021).
  • Yuliya Yefimova also swam 1:04.82 (2017), 1:04.98 (2018), 1:05.02 (2013), 1:05.05 (2017), 1:05.24 (2013), 1:05.29 (2013, 2017), 1:05.41 (2009), 1:05.48 (2013), 1:05.49 (2019), 1:05.50 (2016), 1:05.51 (2019), 1:05.53 (2018), 1:05.56 (2019), 1:05.60 (2015, 2017), 1:05.66 (2015, 2017), 1:05.70 (2016).
  • Rebecca Soni also swam 1:04.91 (2011), 1:04.93 (2009, 2010), 1:05.05 (2011), 1:05.34 (2009), 1:05.54 (2011), 1:05.55 (2012), 1:05.57 (2011), 1:05.66 (2009).
  • Tatjana Schoenmaker also swam 1:05.07 (2021), 1:05.22 (2021), 1:05.53 (2023), 1:05.56 (2023).
  • Lydia Jacoby also swam 1:05.16 (2023), 1:05.28 (2021), 1:05.52 (2021).
  • Leisel Jones also swam 1:05.17 (2008), 1:05.34 (2008), 1:05.60 (2006), 1:05.64 (2008), 1:05.66 (2010).
  • Jessica Hardy also swam 1:05.18 (2013), 1:05.52 (2013).
  • Tang Qianting also swam 1:05.36 (2024).
  • Katie Meili also swam 1:05.48 (2017), 1:05.51 (2017), 1:05.64 (2015), 1:05.69 (2016).
  • Annie Lazor also swam 1:05.60 (2021).
  • Anna Elendt also swam 1:05.62 (2022).
  • Lara van Niekerk also swam 1:05.67 (2022).
  • Evgeniia Chikunova also swam 1:05.67 (2023).
  • Sophie Hansson also swam 1:05.69 (2021, 2021).

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2023[39]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:02.36  Rūta Meilutytė (LTU) 12 October 2013 Moscow
 Alia Atkinson (JAM) 3 December 2014 Doha
26 August 2016 Chartres
3 1:02.50  Lilly King (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
4 1:02.70  Rebecca Soni (USA) 19 December 2009 Manchester
5 1:02.91  Yuliya Efimova (RUS) 3 September 2016 Moscow
6 1:02.92  Katie Meili (USA) 30 August 2016 Berlin
7 1:03.00  Leisel Jones (AUS) 14 November 2009 Berlin
8 1:03.15  Tang Qianting (CHN) 28 October 2022 Beijing [40]
9 1:03.21  Eneli Jefimova (EST) 6 December 2023 Ostopeni [41]
10 1:03.30  Jessica Hardy (USA) 14 November 2009 Berlin
11 1:03.50  Sophie Hansson (SWE) 20 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [42]
12 1:03.53  Evgeniia Chikunova (RUS) 24 November 2022 Kazan [43]
13 1:03.55  Benedetta Pilato (ITA) 15 November 2020 Budapest
14 1:03.57  Molly Hannis (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
15 1:03.69  Annie Lazor (USA) 12 November 2020 Budapest
16 1:03.71  Nika Godun (RUS) 24 November 2022 Kazan [44]
17 1:03.73  Sarah Katsoulis (AUS) 21 November 2009 Singapore
18 1:03.74  Rikke Pedersen (DEN) 10 August 2013 Berlin
19 1:03.80  Breeja Larson (USA) 20 October 2019 Lewisville
20 1:03.89  Tatjana Schoenmaker (RSA) 25 October 2020 Pietermaritzburg
21 1:03.90  Arianna Castiglioni (ITA) 12 September 2021 Naples
 Tes Schouten (NED) 15 December 2022 Melbourne [45]
23 1:03.92  Mona McSharry (IRL) 20 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [46]
24 1:03.93  Lara van Niekerk (RSA) 14 December 2022 Melbourne [47]
25 1:03.96  Moniek Nijhuis (NED) 5 December 2014 Doha

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:03.96:

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