World record progression 200 metres butterfly

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Graphs of the progression of the World Records in all four strokes (50m, 100m and 200m distances).

This is a history of the progression of the World Record for the Swimming event: the 200 Butterfly. It is a listing of the fastest-time-ever swum in the event, in both long course (50m) and short course (25m) swimming pool. These records are maintained/recognized by FINA, which oversees international competitive Aquatics.

The long course records are historically older than the short course records: the long course records go back to at least the 1950s, whereas the short course marks having only been recognized since the early 1990s.

Men[edit]

Long course[edit]

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:19.0 United States Mike Troy July 11, 1959 Los Altos, United States
2:16.4 United States Mike Troy July 11, 1959 Los Altos, United States
2:15.0 United States Mike Troy July 10, 1960 Evansville, United States
2:13.4 United States Mike Troy July 23, 1960 Toledo, United States
2:13.2 United States Mike Troy August 4, 1960 Detroit, United States
2:12.8 United States Mike Troy September 2, 1960 Rome, Italy
2:12.6 United States Carl Robie August 19, 1961 Los Angeles, United States
2:12.5 Australia Kevin Berry February 20, 1962 Melbourne, Australia
2:12.4 United States Carl Robie August 11, 1962 Cuyahoga Falls, United States
2:10.8 United States Carl Robie August 11, 1962 Cuyahoga Falls, United States
2:09.7 Australia Kevin Berry October 23, 1962 Melbourne, Australia
2:08.4 Australia Kevin Berry January 12, 1963 Sydney, Australia
2:08.2 United States Carl Robie March 18, 1963 Tokyo, Japan
2:06.9 Australia Kevin Berry March 29, 1964 Sydney, Australia
2:06.6 Australia Kevin Berry October 18, 1964 Tokyo, Japan
2:06.4 United States Mark Spitz July 26, 1967 Winnipeg, Canada
2:06.0 United States John Ferris August 30, 1967 Tokyo, Japan
2:05.7 United States Mark Spitz October 8, 1967 West Berlin, West Germany
2:05.4 United States Mark Spitz August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:05.0 United States Gary Hall, Sr. August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:03.9 United States Mark Spitz August 27, 1971 Houston, United States
2:03.3 Germany Hans-Joachim Fassnacht August 31, 1971 Landskrona, Sweden
2:01.87 United States Mark Spitz August 2, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:01.53 United States Mark Spitz August 2, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:00.70 United States Mark Spitz August 28, 1972 Munich, West Germany
2:00.21 East Germany Roger Pyttel June 3, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
1:59.63 East Germany Roger Pyttel June 3, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
1:59.23 United States Mike Bruner July 18, 1976 Montréal, Québec
1:58.21 United States Craig Beardsley July 30, 1980 Irvine, United States
1:58.01 United States Craig Beardsley August 22, 1981 Kiev, Soviet Union
1:57.05 Germany Michael Gross August 26, 1983 Rome, Italy
1:57.04 Australia Jon Sieben August 3, 1984 Los Angeles, United States
1:57.01 Germany Michael Gross June 29, 1985 Wuppertal, West Germany
1:56.65 Germany Michael Gross August 10, 1985 Sofia, Bulgaria
1:56.24 Germany Michael Gross June 28, 1986 Hannover, West Germany
1:55.69 United States Melvin Stewart January 12, 1991 Perth, Australia
1:55.22 Russia Denis Pankratov June 14, 1995 Canet-en-Roussillon, France
1:55.18 United States Tom Malchow June 17, 2000 Charlotte, United States
1:54.92 United States Michael Phelps March 30, 2001 Austin, United States
1:54.58 United States Michael Phelps July 24, 2001 Fukuoka, Japan
1:53.93 United States Michael Phelps July 22, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
1:53.80 United States Michael Phelps August 17, 2006 Victoria, Canada
1:53.71 United States Michael Phelps February 17, 2007 Columbia, United States
1:52.09 United States Michael Phelps March 28, 2007 Melbourne, Australia
1:52.03 United States Michael Phelps August 13, 2008 Beijing, China
1:51.51 United States Michael Phelps July 29, 2009 Rome, Italy
1:50.73 Hungary Kristóf Milák July 24, 2019 Gwangju, South Korea

Short course[edit]

Time Swimmer Date Place
1:54.67 France Franck Esposito February 1, 1992 Paris, France
1:54.58 New Zealand Danyon Loader February 6, 1993 Paris, France
1:54.50 New Zealand Danyon Loader February 9, 1993 Malmö, Sweden
1:54.21 New Zealand Danyon Loader February 13, 1993 Gelsenkirchen, Germany
1:53.05 France Franck Esposito March 26, 1994 Paris, France
1:52.64 Russia Denis Pankratov February 2, 1997 Gelsenkirchen, Germany
1:51.76 United Kingdom James Hickman March 28, 1998 Paris, France
1:51.58 France Franck Esposito January 14, 2001 Antibes, France
1:51.21 Germany Thomas Rupprath December 1, 2001 Rostock, Germany
1:50.73 France Franck Esposito December 8, 2002 Antibes, France
1:50.60 Russia Nikolay Skvortsov December 13, 2008 Rijeka, Croatia
1:50.53 Russia Nikolay Skvortsov February 15, 2009 Saint Petersburg, Russia
1:49.11 Brazil Kaio de Almeida November 10, 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
1:49.04 South Africa Chad le Clos August 7, 2013 Eindhoven, Netherlands
1:48.56 South Africa Chad le Clos November 5, 2013 Singapore, Singapore
1:48.24 Japan Daiya Seto December 11, 2018 Hangzhou, China

Women[edit]

Long course[edit]

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:40.5 United States Nancy Ramey June 29, 1958 Los Angeles, United States
2:38.9 Netherlands Tineke Lagerberg September 13, 1958 Naarden, Netherlands
2:37.0 United States Becky Collins July 19, 1959 Redding, United States
2:34.4 Netherlands Marianne Heemskerk June 12, 1960 Leipzig, East Germany
2:32.8 United States Becky Collins August 13, 1961 Philadelphia, United States
2:31.2 United States Sharon Finneran August 19, 1962 Chicago, United States
2:30.7 United States Sharon Finneran August 25, 1962 Los Altos, United States
2:29.1 United States Susan Pitt July 27, 1963 Philadelphia, United States
2:28.1 United States Sharon Stouder July 12, 1964 Los Angeles, United States
2:26.4 United States Sharon Stouder August 2, 1964 Los Altos, United States
2:26.3 United States Kendis Moore August 15, 1965 Maumee, United States
2:25.8 Netherlands Ada Kok August 21, 1965 Leiden, Netherlands
2:25.3 Netherlands Ada Kok September 12, 1965 Groningen, Netherlands
2:22.5 Netherlands Ada Kok August 2, 1967 Groningen, Netherlands
2:21.0 Netherlands Ada Kok August 25, 1967 Blackpool, United Kingdom
2:20.7 United States Karen Moe July 11, 1970 Santa Clara, United States
2:19.3 United States Alice Jones August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:18.6 United States Karen Moe August 7, 1971 Santa Clara, United States
2:18.4 United States Ellie Daniel August 28, 1971 Houston, United States
2:16.62 United States Karen Moe August 6, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:15.57 United States Karen Moe September 4, 1972 Munich, West Germany
2:15.45 East Germany Rosemarie Kother September 8, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2:13.76 East Germany Rosemarie Kother September 8, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2:13.60 East Germany Rosemarie Gabriel March 14, 1976 Tallinn, Soviet Union
2:12.84 East Germany Rosemarie Gabriel June 4, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
2:11.22 East Germany Rosemarie Gabriel June 5, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
2:11.20 East Germany Andrea Pollack April 9, 1978 Leningrad, Soviet Union
2:09.87 East Germany Andrea Pollack July 4, 1978 East Berlin, East Germany
2:09.87= United States Tracy Caulkins August 26, 1978 West Berlin, West Germany
2:09.77 United States Mary T. Meagher July 7, 1979 San Juan, Puerto Rico
2:08.41 United States Mary T. Meagher August 16, 1979 Fort Lauderdale, United States
2:07.01 United States Mary T. Meagher August 16, 1979 Fort Lauderdale, United States
2:06.37 United States Mary T. Meagher July 30, 1980 Irvine, United States
2:05.96 United States Mary T. Meagher August 13, 1981 Brown Deer, United States
2:05.81 Australia Susie O'Neill May 17, 2000 Sydney, Australia
2:05.78 Poland Otylia Jędrzejczak August 4, 2002 Berlin, Germany
2:05.61 Poland Otylia Jędrzejczak July 28, 2005 Montreal, Canada
2:05.40 Australia Jessicah Schipper August 17, 2006 Victoria, Canada
2:04.18 China Liu Zige August 14, 2008 Beijing, China
2:04.14 United States Mary Descenza July 29, 2009 Rome, Italy
2:03.41 Australia Jessicah Schipper July 30, 2009 Rome, Italy
2:01.81 China Liu Zige October 21, 2009 Jinan, China

Short course[edit]

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:05.37 Australia Susie O'Neill February 17, 1999 Malmö, Sweden
2:04.43 Australia Susie O'Neill September 2, 1999 Canberra, Australia
2:04.16 Australia Susie O'Neill January 18, 2000 Sydney, Australia
2:04.04 China Yang Yu January 18, 2004 Berlin, Germany
2:03.53 Poland Otylia Jędrzejczak December 13, 2007 Debrecen, Hungary
2:03.12 Japan Yuko Nakanishi February 23, 2008 Tokyo, Japan
2:02.50 China Liu Zige November 11, 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
2:00.78 China Liu Zige November 15, 2009 Berlin, Germany
1:59.61 Spain Mireia Belmonte December 3, 2014 Doha, Qatar


All-time top 25[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[1]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue
1 1:50.73  Kristóf Milák (HUN) 24 July 2019 Gwangju
2 1:51.51  Michael Phelps (USA) 29 July 2009 Rome
3 1:52.53  Daiya Seto (JPN) 18 January 2020 Beijing
4 1:52.70  László Cseh (HUN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
5 1:52.96  Chad le Clos (RSA) 31 July 2012 London
6 1:52.97  Takeshi Matsuda (JPN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
7 1:53.23  Paweł Korzeniowski (POL) 29 July 2009 Rome
8 1:53.40  Masato Sakai (JPN) 9 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
9 1:53.42  Tamás Kenderesi (HUN) 27 March 2019 Hungary
10 1:53.73  Tomoru Honda (JPN) 31 July 2021 Tokyo
11 1:53.79  Nao Horomura (JPN) 6 April 2018 Japan
12 1:53.84  Gianluca Urlando (USA) 14 June 2019 United States
13 1:53.86  Daiya Seto (JPN) 24 July 2019 South Korea
14 1:54.10  Jan Switkowski (POL) 5 August 2015 Kazan
15 1:54.15  Moss Burmester (NZL) 4 April 2009 New Zealand
16 1:54.27  Kaio de Almeida (BRA) 5 May 2009 Brazil
17 1:54.28  Federico Burdisso (ITA) 19 May 2021 Budapest
18 1:54.31  Nikolay Skvortsov (RUS) 12 August 2008 Beijing
19 1:54.35  Wu Peng (CHN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
 Dinko Jukić (AUT) 31 July 2012 London
21 1:54.42  Tyler Clary (USA) 29 July 2009 Italy
22 1:54.43  Chen Yin (CHN) 30 July 2012 London
23 1:54.44  Wang Kuan-hung (TPE) 26 July 2021 Tokyo
24 1:54.46  Nick D'Arcy (AUS) 17 March 2009 Australia
25 1:54.47  Jack Conger (USA) 7 August 2015 United States
 Viktor Bromer (DEN) 4 August 2015 Kazan

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:54.47:

  • Kristóf Milák also swam 1:51.10 (2021), 1:51.25 (2021), 1:51.40 (2021), 1:52.22 (2021), 1:52.50 (2021), 1:52.71 (2018), 1:52.79 (2018), 1:52.96 (2019), 1:53.18 (2021), 1:53.19 (2019), 1:53.58 (2021), 1:53.64 (2019), 1:53.79 (2017), 1:53.87 (2017), 1:53.94 (2018), 1:54.17 (2018), 1:54.19 (2019, 2019), 1:54.38 (2021).
  • Michael Phelps also swam 1:52.03 (2008), 1:52.09 (2007), 1:52.20 (2008), 1:52.76 (2009), 1:52.94 (2015) 1:53.01 (2012), 1:53.34 (2011), 1:53.36 (2016), 1:53.48 (2009), 1:53.65 (2012), 1:53.70 (2008, 2008), 1:53.71 (2007), 1:53.80 (2006), 1:53.93 (2003), 1:54.04 (2004), 1:54.11 (2010), 1:54.12 (2016), 1:54.31 (2004), 1:54.32 (2006), 1:54.35 (2003, 2009).
  • László Cseh also swam 1:52.91 (2016), 1:53.48 (2015), 1:53.53 (2015), 1:53.71 (2015), 1:53.72 (2017), 1:54.08 (2017), 1:54.22 (2017), 1:54.29 (2016), 1:54.35 (2008).
  • Takeshi Matsuda also swam 1:53.21 (2012), 1:53.32 (2009), 1:53.35 (2009), 1:54.01 (2011, 2012), 1:54.02 (2008, 2010), 1:54.12 (2011), 1:54.19 (2012), 1:54.25 (2012), 1:54.30 (2011).
  • Chad le Clos also swam 1:53.33 (2017), 1:53.68 (2015), 1:54.00 (2018), 1:54.06 (2016), 1:54.15 (2019), 1:54.18 (2015), 1:54.32 (2013), 1:54.42 (2016), 1:54.43 (2012).
  • Tamás Kenderesi also swam 1:53.62 (2016), 1:53.96 (2016), 1:54.14 (2018), 1:54.33 (2017), 1:54.36 (2018), 1:54.37 (2021), 1:54.43 (2021).
  • Masato Sakai also swam 1:53.71 (2017), 1:54.21 (2016), 1:54.24 (2015), 1:54.30 (2016).
  • Tomoru Honda also swam 1:53.87 (2022).
  • Paweł Korzeniowski also swam 1:53.75 (2009), 1:54.30 (2009), 1:54.33 (2009), 1:54.38 (2008).
  • Daiya Seto also swam 1:53.86 (2019), 1:54.03 (2017), 1:54.08 (2014), 1:54.14 (2016), 1:54.21 (2017), 1:54.28 (2017), 1:54.34 (2018), 1:54.44 (2019), 1:54.46 (2015).
  • Nao Horomura also swam 1:53.90 (2017).
  • Kaio de Almeida also swam 1:54.27 (2009).
  • Moss Burmester also swam 1:54.35 (2008).
  • Federico Burdisso also swam 1:54.39 (2019), 1:54.41 (2021), 1:54.45 (2021).
  • Dinko Jukić also swam 1:54.42 (2009).
  • Tyler Clary also swam 1:54.42 (2009), 1:54.45 (2009).

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[2]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:48.24  Daiya Seto (JPN) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
2 1:48.32  Chad le Clos (RSA) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
3 1:48.66  Tom Shields (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
4 1:49.00  László Cseh (HUN) 6 December 2015 Netanya
5 1:49.06  Alberto Razzetti (ITA) 16 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [3]
6 1:49.11  Kaio de Almeida (BRA) 10 November 2009 Sweden
7 1:49.46  Nikolay Skvortsov (RUS) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
8 1:49.50  Takeshi Matsuda (JPN) 12 November 2011 Japan
9 1:49.81  Noè Ponti (SUI) 16 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [4]
10 1:49.84  Tomoru Honda (JPN) 16 October 2021 Tokyo [5]
11 1:49.89  Kuan-Hung Wang (TPE) 16 November 2020 Budapest
12 1:49.98  Kristóf Milák (HUN) 27 October 2019 Budapest
13 1:50.01  Trenton Julian (USA) 16 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [6]
14 1:50.13  Paweł Korzeniowski (POL) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
15 1:50.23  Andreas Vazaios (GRE) 8 December 2019 Glasgow
16 1:50.28  Hidemasa Sano (JPN) 11 February 2012 Japan
17 1:50.32  Dinko Jukić (AUT) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
18 1:50.39  Li Zhuhao (CHN) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
19 1:50.44  Teppei Morimoto (JPN) 4 December 2021 Eindhoven [7]
20 1:50.46  Jack Conger (USA) 21 December 2019 Las Vegas
21 1:50.51  Yuya Sakamoto (JPN) 17 October 2020 Japan
22 1:50.54  Aleksandr Kharlanov (RUS) 17 December 2017 Copenhagen
23 1:50.62  Tomoe Hvas (NOR) 19 September 2021 Naples [8]
24 1:50.64  Vinicius Lanza (BRA) 31 October 2020 Budapest
25 1:50.68  Kregor Zirk (EST) 16 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [9]

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:50.68:

  • Chad le Clos also swam 1:48.56 (2013), 1:48.57 (2020), 1:48.61 (2014), 1:48.67 (2017), 1:48.76 (2016), 1:48.88 (2014), 1:49.04 (2013), 1:49.07 (2013), 1:49.08 (2017), 1:49.10 (2016), 1:49.20 (2014), 1:49.25 (2017), 1:49.33 (2016), 1:49.59 (2017), 1:49.71 (2016), 1:49.73 (2014, 2014), 1:49.82 (2016), 1:49.83 (2013), 1:49.84 (2021), 1:49.90 (2013), 1:49.93 (2016), 1:49.95 (2016), 1:50.15 (2011), 1:50.24 (2020), 1:50.28 (2017, 2020), 1:50.29 (2016, 2018), 1:50.32 (2021), 1:50.33 (2013), 1:50.35 (2016), 1:50.39 (2013), 1:50.48 (2020), 1:50.57 (2020), 1:50.63 (2019, 2021), 1:50.64 (2020).
  • Daiya Seto also swam 1:48.77 (2019), 1:48.92 (2014), 1:49.41 (2021), 1:49.53 (2016), 1:49.68 (2014), 1:49.76 (2021), 1:49.84 (2016), 1:49.87 (2018), 1:49.88 (2018), 1:49.93 (2016), 1:49.97 (2016), 1:50.19 (2017), 1:50.28 (2021), 1:50.33 (2017), 1:50.36 (2021), 1:50.68 (2021).
  • Tom Shields also swam 1:49.02 (2020), 1:49.05 (2015), 1:49.26 (2017), 1:49.29 (2017), 1:49.50 (2016), 1:49.62 (2017), 1:49.78 (2020), 1:49.86 (2017), 1:50.08 (2014), 1:50.19 (2014), 1:50.24 (2021), 1:50.25 (2019), 1:50.28 (2020), 1:50.39 (2021), 1:50.43 (2020), 1:50.51 (2021), 1:50.55 (2020), 1:50.56 (2014), 1:50.60 (2017), 1:50.61 (2013), 1:50.68 (2014).
  • Kaio de Almeida also swam 1:49.11 (2009).
  • Kuan-Hung Wang also swam 1:50.14 (2020).
  • Alberto Razzetti also swam 1:50.24 (2021).
  • Trenton Julian also swam 1:50.32 (2021).
  • Paweł Korzeniowski also swam 1:50.43 (2013).
  • Nikolay Skvortsov also swam 1:50.53 (2009), 1:50.58 (2009), 1:50.60 (2008).
  • Hidemasa Sano also swam 1:50.58 (2011).
  • Takeshi Matsuda also swam 1:50.64 (2010).
  • Aleksandr Kharlanov also swam 1:50.67 (2018).

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[10]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 2:01.81  Liu Zige (CHN) 21 October 2009 China
2 2:03.41  Jess Schipper (AUS) 30 July 2009 Rome
3 2:03.86  Zhang Yufei (CHN) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [11]
4 2:04.06  Jiao Liuyang (CHN) 1 August 2012 London
5 2:04.14  Mary Descenza (USA) 29 July 2009 Rome
6 2:04.27  Katinka Hosszú (HUN) 29 July 2009 Rome
7 2:04.69  Natsumi Hoshi (JPN) 2 April 2012 Japan
8 2:04.78  Mireia Belmonte (ESP) 1 August 2013 Barcelona
9 2:04.83  Ellen Gandy (GBR) 16 March 2009 Great Britain
10 2:04.88  Madeline Groves (AUS) 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
11 2:05.09  Aurore Mongel (FRA) 29 July 2009 Rome
12 2:05.26  Franziska Hentke (GER) 4 July 2015 Germany
13 2:05.30  Regan Smith (USA) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [12]
14 2:05.36  Jemma Lowe (GBR) 14 June 2011 Great Britain
15 2:05.38  Gong Jie (CHN) 1 April 2012 China
16 2:05.45  Alys Thomas (GBR) 9 April 2018 Australia
17 2:05.61  Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL) 28 July 2005 Canada
18 2:05.62  Suzuka Hasegawa (JPN) 30 August 2020 Japan
19 2:05.65  Hali Flickinger (USA) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [13]
20 2:05.78  Kathleen Hersey (USA) 1 August 2012 London
21 2:05.81  Susie O'Neill (AUS) 13 May 2000 Australia
22 2:05.88  Misty Hyman (USA) 20 September 2000 [Sydney
23 2:05.90  Cammile Adams (USA) 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
24 2:05.95  Audrey Lacroix (CAN) 30 July 2009 Rome
25 2:05.96  Mary T. Meagher (USA) 13 August 1981 United States

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:05.96:

  • Liu Zige also swam 2:03.90 (2009), 2:04.18 (2008), 2:04.40 (2011), 2:04.59 (2013), 2:05.29 (2009), 2:05.90 (2011).
  • Katinka Hosszú also swam 2:04.28 (2009), 2:05.59 (2013).
  • Mary Descenza also swam 2:04.33 (2009), 2:04.41 (2009).
  • Jiao Liuyang also swam 2:04.44 (2011), 2:04.50 (2009), 2:04.54 (2013), 2:04.72 (2008), 2:04.96 (2009), 2:05.18 (2012), 2:05.55 (2011), 2:05.79 (2010), 2:05.87 (2013).
  • Mireia Belmonte also swam 2:04.79 (2014), 2:04.85 (2016), 2:05.25 (2012), 2:05.26 (2017), 2:05.86 (2015).
  • Jess Schipper also swam 2:04.87 (2009), 2:05.40 (2006), 2:05.50 (2009), 2:05.65 (2005).
  • Zhang Yufei also swam 2:04.89 (2021), 2:05.44 (2021), 2:05.49 (2021), 2:05.70 (2020), 2:05.84).
  • Natsumi Hoshi also swam 2:05.20 (2016), 2:05.48 (2012), 2:05.56 (2015), 2:05.91 (2011).
  • Franziska Hentke also swam 2:05.39 (2017), 2:05.77 (2016).
  • Madeline Groves also swam 2:05.41 (2015), 2:05.47 (2016), 2:05.66 (2016).
  • Aurore Mongel also swam 2:05.48 (2009).
  • Ellen Gandy also swam 2:05.59 (2011), 2:05.90 (2011), 2:05.95 (2012).
  • Otylia Jędrzejczak also swam 2:05.78 (2002).
  • Hali Flickinger also swam 2:05.85 (2021), 2:05.87 (2018), 2:05.96 (2019).
  • Kathleen Hersey also swam 2:05.90 (2012).

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[14]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:59.61  Mireia Belmonte (ESP) 3 December 2014 Doha
2 2:00.78  Liu Zige (CHN) 15 November 2009 Berlin
3 2:01.12  Katinka Hosszú (HUN) 3 December 2014 Doha
4 2:01.73  Kelsi Dahlia (USA) 12 December 2018 Hangzhou
5 2:02.28  Jiao Liuyang (CHN) 12 December 2012 Istanbul
6 2:02.88  Ellen Gandy (AUS) 22 August 2013 Australia
7 2:02.96  Suzuka Hasegawa (JPN) 14 January 2017 Japan
8 2:03.01  Franziska Hentke (GER) 4 December 2015 Netanya
 Zhang Yufei (CHN) 17 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [15]
10 2:03.08  Madeline Groves (AUS) 28 November 2015 Australia
11 2:03.12  Yuko Nakanishi (JPN) 23 February 2008 Japan
12 2:03.19  Jemma Lowe (GBR) 12 December 2012 Istanbul
13 2:03.20  Audrey Lacroix (CAN) 6 August 2009 Great Britain
14 2:03.22  Aurore Mongel (FRA) 10 December 2009 Istanbul
15 2:03.25  Brianna Throssell (AUS) 28 November 2015 Australia
16 2:03.27  Jess Schipper (AUS) 22 November 2009 Singapore
17 2:03.35  Hali Flickinger (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
18 2:03.39  Cammile Adams (USA) 12 December 2015 United States
19 2:03.49  Kathleen Hersey (USA) 16 December 2011 United States
20 2:03.53  Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL) 13 December 2007 Budapest
21 2:03.55  Kina Hayashi (JPN) 16 October 2021 Tokyo [16]
22 2:03.60  Natsumi Hoshi (JPN) 23 February 2013 Japan
23 2:03.65  Choi Hye-ra (KOR) 9 November 2011 China
24 2:03.76  Svetlana Chimrova (RUS) 30 September 2021 Naples [17]
25 2:03.82  Petra Granlund (SWE) 10 December 2009 Istanbul

Notes[edit]

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:03.82:

  • Mireia Belmonte also swam 2:01.52 (2013), 2:03.02 (2017), 2:03.17 (2014), 2:031.31 (2013), 2:03.37 (2011), 2:03.39 (2014), 2:03.59 (2010), 2:03.61 (2014).
  • Katinka Hosszú also swam 2:01.60 (2018), 2:02.15 (2016), 2:02.20 (2012), 2:02.21 (2013), 2:02.40 (2013), 2:02.42 (2014), 2:02.75 (2017), 2:02.86 (2018), 2:02.87 (2018), 2:02.88 (2018), 2:02.99 (2014), 2:03.01 (2018), 2:03.05 (2013), 2:03.14 (2014, 2018), 2:03.21 (2019), 2:03.26 (2013), 2:03.34 (2016), 2:03.36 (2013), 2:03.67 (2013).
  • Zige Liu also swam 2:02.50 (2009).
  • Kelsi Dahlia also swam 2:02.89 (2016), 2:03.31 (2018), 2:03.33 (2018), 2:03.51 (2018).
  • Zhang Yufei also swam 2:03.09 (2018), 2:03.29 (2018), 2:03.33 (2018), 2:03.50 (2018).
  • Suzuka Hasegawa also swam 2:03.12 (2020), 2:03.38 (2020), 2:03.53 (2020).
  • Madeline Groves also swam 2:03.34 (2016).
  • Franziska Hentke also swam 2:03.43 (2017), 2:03.47 (2013), 2:03.73 (2018), 2:03.74 (2015).
  • Ellen Gandy also swam 2:03.79 (2013).
  • Hali Flickinger also swam 2:03.81 (2019).

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