World record progression 100 metres individual medley

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This is a listing of the history of the World Record in the swimming event: 100 Individual Medley. The event consists of one 25-meter lap of each stroke (butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle), and as such is only recognized in short course (25m) pools.

Short course (25m)[edit]

Men[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 54.66 Josef Hladky  Germany 16 Mar 1991 FINA World Cup Bonn, Germany [1]
2 53.78 Jani Sievinen  Finland 21 Nov 1992 European Championships Espoo, Finland [2]
2= 53.78 Jani Sievinen  Finland 24 Jan 1996 World Cup Sheffield, United Kingdom [3]
3 53.10 Jani Sievinen  Finland 30 Jan 1996 World Cup Malmö, Sweden [2]
4 52.79 Neil Walker  United States 18 Mar 2000 World Championships Athens, Greece [4]
5 52.63 sf Peter Mankoč  Slovenia 15 Dec 2001 European Championships Antwerp, Belgium [5]
6 52.58 Thomas Rupprath  Germany 25 Jan 2003 World Cup Berlin, Germany [6]
7 52.51 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 18 Jan 2005 World Cup Stockholm, Sweden [7]
8 52.11 Ryk Neethling  South Africa 22 Jan 2005 World Cup Berlin, Germany [8]
9 52.01 Ryk Neethling  South Africa 26 Jan 2005 World Cup Moscow, Russia
10 51.52 Ryk Neethling  South Africa 11 Feb 2005 World Cup East Meadow, NY, United States [9]
11 51.25 sf Ryan Lochte  United States 12 Apr 2008 World Championships Manchester, United Kingdom [10]
12 51.15 Ryan Lochte  United States 13 Apr 2008 World Championships Manchester, United Kingdom [11]
13 50.95 h Sergey Fesikov  Russia 14 Nov 2009 World Cup Berlin, Germany [12]
14 50.76 sf Peter Mankoč  Slovenia 12 Dec 2009 European Championships Istanbul, Turkey [13]
15 50.71 sf Ryan Lochte  United States 15 Dec 2012 World Championships Istanbul, Turkey
16 50.66 Markus Deibler  Germany 7 Dec 2014 World Championships Doha, Qatar [14]
17 50.60 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 26 Aug 2016 World Cup Chartres, France [15]
18 50.30 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 30 Aug 2016 World Cup Berlin, Germany [16]
19.1 50.26 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 28 September 2018 World Cup Eindhoven, Netherlands [17]
19.2 50.26 = Vladimir Morozov  Russia 9 November 2018 World Cup Tokyo, Japan [18]
20 49.88 Caeleb Dressel  United States 16 November 2020 International Swimming League Budapest, Hungary [19]
21 49.28 Caeleb Dressel  United States 22 November 2020 International Swimming League Budapest, Hungary [20]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by 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]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
WBT 1:02.75 Marion Zoller  Germany 30 Mar 1991 World Cup Sheffield, United Kingdom
1 1:01.61 Lin Li  China 29 Feb 1992 World Cup Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2 1:01.03 Louise Karlsson  Sweden 22 Nov 1992 European SC Championships Espoo, Finland
1:01.03 = Louise Karlsson  Sweden 26 Jan 1997 World Cup Malmö, Sweden [21]
3 1:00.60 Hu Xiaowen  China 26 Feb 1998 World Cup Beijing, China [22]
4 1:00.43 Martina Moravcová  Slovakia 12 Dec 1998 European SC Championships Sheffield, United Kingdom [23]
5 1:00.41 Jenny Thompson  United States 16 Jan 1999 World Cup Sydney, Australia [24]
6 1:00.35 h Martina Moravcová  Slovakia 2 Apr 1999 World SC Championships Hong Kong, China [25]
7 59.30 h Jenny Thompson  United States 2 Apr 1999 World SC Championships Hong Kong, China [25]
8 58.80 Natalie Coughlin  United States 23 Nov 2002 World Cup East Meadow, NY, United States [26]
9 58.54 Emily Seebohm  Australia 10 Aug 2009 Australian SC Championships Hobart, Australia [27]
10 58.51 h Therese Alshammar  Sweden 17 Oct 2009 World Cup Durban, South Africa [28]
11 58.40 Zhao Jing  China 11 Nov 2009 World Cup Stockholm, Sweden [29]
12 57.74 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 15 Nov 2009 World Cup Berlin, Germany [30]
13 57.73 h Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 8 Aug 2013 World Cup Eindhoven, Netherlands [31]
14 57.50 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 8 Aug 2013 World Cup Eindhoven, Netherlands
15 57.45 h Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 11 Aug 2013 World Cup Berlin, Germany
16 57.25 h Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 28 Aug 2014 World Cup Doha, Qatar
17 56.86 h Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 1 Sep 2014 World Cup Dubai, United Arab Emirates
18 56.70 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 5 Dec 2014 World SC Championships Doha, Qatar
19 56.67 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 4 Dec 2015 European SC Championships Netanya, Israel [32]
20 56.51 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 7 Aug 2017 World Cup Berlin, Germany [33]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by 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

All-time top 25[edit]

Men[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[34]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 49.28  Caeleb Dressel (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
2 50.26  Vladimir Morozov (RUS) 28 September 2018 Eindhoven
9 November 2018 Tokyo
3 50.63  Kliment Kolesnikov (RUS) 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
4 50.66  Markus Deibler (GER) 7 December 2014 Doha
5 50.71  Ryan Lochte (USA) 15 December 2012 Istanbul
6 50.76  Peter Mankoc (SLO) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
7 50.95  Sergei Fesikov (RUS) 14 November 2009 Berlin
 Marco Orsi (ITA) 7 November 2021 Kazan [35]
9 50.96  Florent Manaudou (FRA) 7 December 2013 Dijon
10 51.05  Gerhard Zandberg (RSA) 14 November 2009 Berlin
11 51.14  Marcin Cieślak (POL) 16 November 2020 Budapest
12 51.15  George Bovell (TTO) 7 August 2013 Eindhoven
13 51.16  Michael Andrew (USA) 15 November 2018 Singapore
14 51.19  Kenneth To (AUS) 20 October 2013 Qatar
15 51.20  Duje Draganja (CRO) 13 December 2009 Istanbul
16 51.29  Daiya Seto (JPN) 28 October 2021 Kazan [36]
17 51.30  Kosuke Hagino (JPN) 7 December 2014 Qatar
18 51.33  Hiromasa Fujimori (JPN) 30 August 2016 Berlin
19 51.35  Tomoe Hvas (NOR) 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [37]
20 51.40  Thomas Ceccon (ITA) 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [38]
21 51.52  Ryk Neethling (RSA) 11 Februar 2005 New York
22 51.54  Andreas Vazaios (GRE) 6 November 2021 Kazan [39]
23 51.62  Wang Shun (CHN) 15 November 2018 Singapore
24 51.65  Michael Phelps (USA) 22 October 2011 Berlin
25 51.68  Shinri Shioura (JPN) 26 October 2019 Tokyo

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 51.68:

  • Caeleb Dressel also swam 49.88 (2020), 50.48 (2020), 50.68 (2021), 50.74 (2021), 51.01 (2021), 51.11 (2020), 51.27 (2020), 51.36 (2020), 51.67 (2021).
  • Vladimir Morozov also swam 50.30 (2016), 50.31 (2018), 50.32 (2018), 50.33 (2016), 50.36 (2017), 50.49 (2017), 50.55 (2016), 50.60 (2016), 50.70 (2016), 50.81 (2014), 50.84 (2018), 50.97 (2013), 51.03 (2016), 51.04 (2017), 51.05 (2016), 51.06 (2016), 51.13 (2013), 51.20 (2013), 51.36 (2013), 51.38 (2017), 51.46 (2020), 51.49 (2013), 51.50 (2013), 51.57 (2014), 51.60 (2014), 51.61 (2013), 51.64 (2017).
  • Ryan Lochte also swam 50.81 (2010), 50.86 (2010), 51.15 (2008), 51.21 (2012), 51.24 (2014), 51.25 (2008), 51.41 (2014).
  • Sergei Fesikov also swam 50.96 (2009), 51.22 (2017), 51.29 (2009), 51.30 (2019), 51.35 (2009, 2014), 51.40 (2009), 51.42 (2017), 51.43 (2019), 51.45 (2009, 2017), 51.59 (2019), 51.63 (2018).
  • Marco Orsi also swam 51.03 (2018), 51.42 (2018), 51.57 (2018), 51.61 (2021).
  • Kliment Kolesnikov also swam 51.09 (2021), 51.15 (2019), 51.31 (2021), 51.33 (2021), 51.35 (2018), 51.46 (2019), 51.51 (2021), 51.62 (2021).
  • Marcin Cieślak also swam 51.17 (2020), 51.36 (2020).
  • George Bovell also swam 51.20 (2012), 51.56 (2012), 51.65 (2013, 2013), 51.66 (2012, 2012).
  • Kenneth To also swam 51.21 (2013), 51.31 (2013), 51.38 (2012), 51.43 (2012), 51.47 (2012), 51.50 (2012), 51.53 (2012), 51.58 (2012, 2012), 51.64 (2013).
  • Tomoe Hvas also swam 51.39 (2021).
  • Daiya Seto also swam 51.40 (2018), 51.46 (2021), 51.52 (2021), 51.56 (2021), 51.64 (2021).
  • Michael Andrew also swam 51.44 (2018), 51.50 (2018), 51.55 (2018), 51.58 (2018), 51.59 (2018), 51.64 (2020), 51.65 (2017, 2018), 51.66 (2020), 51.67 (2020).
  • Markus Deibler also swam 51.46 (2014).
  • Florent Manaudou also swam 51.49 (2013).
  • Hiromasa Fujimori also swam 51.50 (2018), 51.58 (2018), 51.63 (2018).
  • Peter Mankoc also swam 51.52 (2009).
  • Kosuke Hagino also swam 51.58 (2018).
  • Andreas Vazaios also swam 51.62 (2019).
  • Shun Wang also swam 51.64 (2016).


Women[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[40]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 56.51  Katinka Hosszú (HUN) 7 August 2017 Berlin
2 57.10  Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 2 August 2017 Moscow
3 57.30  Béryl Gastaldello (FRA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
4 57.53  Alicia Coutts (AUS) 10 November 2013 Tokyo
5 57.59  Siobhan O'Connor (GBR) 3 December 2015 Netanya
 Maria Kameneva (RUS) 6 December 2019 Glasgow
 Anastasiya Shkurdai (BLR) 22 November 2020 Budapest
8 57.68  Rūta Meilutytė (LTU) 14 December 2013 Herning
9 57.72  Beata Nelson (USA) 4 December 2021 Eindhoven [41]
10 57.74  Hinkelien Schreuder (NED) 15 November 2009 Berlin
11 57.75  Rikako Ikee (JPN) 15 November 2017 Tokyo
12 57.77  Runa Imai (JPN) 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
13 57.80  Kayla Sanchez (CAN) 21 December 2018 Lausanne
 Anastasia Gorbenko (ISR) 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [42]
15 57.82  Alicja Tchórz (POL) 4 November 2021 Kazan [43]
16 57.94  Melanie Margalis (USA) 27 October 2020 Budapest
17 57.97  Emily Seebohm (AUS) 9 December 2016 Windsor
18 58.02  Katie Meili (USA) 31 August 2016 Berlin
 Kathleen Baker (USA) 4 October 2018 Budapest
20 58.04  Alia Atkinson (JAM) 9 December 2016 Windsor
21 58.09  Therese Alshammar (SWE) 22 November 2009 Singapore
22 58.15  Marrit Steenbergen (NED) 11 December 2020 Eindhoven
4 November 2021 Kazan [44]
23 58.16  Abbie Wood (GBR) 27 October 2020 Budapest
25 58.21  Evelyn Verrasztó (HUN) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
25 58.25  Maria Ugolkova (SUI) 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [45]

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 58.25:

  • Katinka Hosszú also swam 56.67 (2015), 56.70 (2014), 56.75 (2017), 56.86 (2014), 56.97 (2017), 56.99 (2014, 2017), 57.02 (2017), 57.05 (2018), 57.06 (2018), 57.09 (2017), 57.12 (2016), 57.18 (2018), 57.24 (2016), 57.25 (2014, 2018), 58.26 (2017, 2018), 57.34 (2014), 57.36 (2017, 2019), 57.38 (2020), 57.44 (2018), 57.45 (2013), 57.47 (2016), 57.49 (2015), 57.50 (2013, 2017), 57.52 (2015), 57.53 (2013, 2016), 57.56 (2018) and 57.73 (2013).
  • Sarah Sjöström also swam 57.28 (2018), 57.30 (2017), 57.46 (2021), 57.49 (2018), 57.60 (2017), 57.92 (2021), 58.05 (2021).
  • Béryl Gastaldello also swam 57.43 (2020), 57.96 (2021).
  • Maria Kameneva also swam 57.83 (2021), 58.15 (2021).
  • Beata Nelson also swam 57.90 (2021), 58.03 (2020).
  • Anastasia Gorbenko also swam 57.90 (2020, 2021), 57.91 (2020), 57.97 (2021).

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