World record progression 4 × 100 metres medley relay

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This article includes the world record progression for the 4×100 metres medley relay, and it shows the chronological history of world record times in that competitive swimming event. The 4×100 metres medley relay is a medley race in which each of four swimmers on a team swims a 100-metre leg of the relay, each swimming a different stroke, in the following sequence:

  1. Backstroke (this can only be the first stroke, due to the necessity of starting this leg in the pool rather than by diving in);
  2. Breaststroke;
  3. Butterfly;
  4. Freestyle ("freestyle" means any stroke other than backstroke, breaststroke or butterfly – most swimmers use the front crawl).

Swimming world records are recognized by and maintained by FINA ("Fédération Internationale de Natation"), the international competitive swimming and aquatics federation that oversees the sport in international competition. World records in the medley relay event were first recognized by FINA in 1953. The long course (50-metre pool) world records are historically older than the short-course (25-metre pool) records. FINA amended its regulations governing the recognition of world records in 1956; specifically, FINA mandated that only record times that were contested in 50-metre (or 55-yard) pools were eligible for recognition after that time.[1] The short-course world records have been separately recognized since 1991. On July 25, 2013 FINA Technical Swimming Congress voted to allow world records in the long course mixed 400 free relay and mixed 400 medley relay, as well as in six events in short course meters: the mixed 200 medley and 200 free relays, as well as the men's and women's 200 free relays and the men's and women's 200 medley relays.[2] In October 2013 FINA decided to establish "standards" before something can be recognized as the first world record in these events.[3] But later on March 13, 2014 FINA has officially ratified the eight world records set by Indiana University swimmers at the IU Relay Rally held on September 26, 2013 in Bloomington.[4]

It is possible to set an individual world record in the 100 metres backstroke by swimming the backstroke first leg of the 4×100-metre medley relay, except in the mixed relay.[5] Swimming the other three legs of the medley relay cannot qualify as world records as FINA criteria require a "static start" for world record recognition – swimming relay exchanges are characterized as "dynamic".

The first Olympics at which the 4×100 metres medley relay event was contested was the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome.

Men[edit]

Long course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 4:39.2  Sweden 22 Feb 1953 - Helsingborg, Sweden
2 4:32.2  France 22 Mar 1953 - Charleroi, Belgium
3 4:31.5  France 1 Apr 1953 - Troyes, France
4 4:30.8  Sweden 17 Apr 1953 - Lund, Sweden
5 4:27.8  Sweden 24 Apr 1953 - Borås, Sweden
6 4:24.8  Soviet Union 13 May 1953 - Moscow, Soviet Union
7 4:21.3  Soviet Union 26 Jan 1954 - Moscow, Soviet Union
8 4:19.0  Soviet Union 24 Feb 1954 - Stockholm, Sweden [6]
9 4:14.8  Soviet Union 14 Aug 1956 Olympic Trials Moscow, Soviet Union [7]
10 4:17.8  Japan 7 Sep 1957 All-Japan Student Championships Tokyo, Japan [8]
11 4:17.2
 Japan 28 May 1958 Asian Games Tokyo, Japan [9]
12 4:16.7
 Japan 29 Jun 1958 - Los Angeles, United States [10]
13 4:14.2 (yd)  Australia 25 Jul 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games Cardiff, United Kingdom [11]
14 4:10.4  Australia 22 Aug 1958 - Osaka, Japan [12]
15 4:09.2  United States 24 Jul 1960 - Toledo, Ohio, United States
16 4:08.2 (h)  United States 27 Aug 1960 Olympic Games Rome, Italy
17 4:05.4
 United States 1 Sep 1960 Olympic Games Rome, Italy [13][14]
18 4:03.0  United States 20 Aug 1961 - Los Angeles, United States
19 4:01.6  United States 12 Aug 1962 - Cuyahoga Falls, United States
20 4:00.1  United States 24 Aug 1963 - Osaka, Japan
21 3:58.4
 United States 16 Oct 1964 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [15]
22 3:57.2  United States 31 Aug 1967 Universiade Tokyo, Japan
23 3:56.5  East Germany 7 Nov 1967 - Leipzig, East Germany
24 3:54.9  United States 26 Oct 1968 Olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico [16]
25 3:54.4  East Germany 8 Sep 1970 European Championships Barcelona, Spain
26 3:50.4  United States 3 Sep 1971 GDRvUSA Duel Leipzig, East Germany
27 3:48.16
 United States 4 Sep 1972 Olympic Games Munich, West Germany
28 3:47.28
 United States 22 Jul 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada [17]
29 3:42.22
 United States 22 Jul 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada [18]
30 3:40.84  United States 7 Aug 1982 World Championships Guayaquil, Ecuador
31 3:40.42  United States 22 Aug 1983 Pan American Games Caracas, Venezuela
32 3:39.30
 United States 4 Aug 1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
33 3:38.28  United States 18 Aug 1985 Pan Pacific Championships Tokyo, Japan [19]
34 3:36.93
 United States 25 Sep 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea [20]
34= 3:36.93
 United States 31 Jul 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain [21]
35 3:34.84
 United States 26 Jul 1996 Olympic Games Atlanta, United States
36 3:33.73
 United States 23 Sep 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia [22]
37 3:33.48
 United States 29 Aug 2002 Pan Pacific Championships Yokohama, Japan
38 3:31.54
 United States 27 Jul 2003 World Championships Barcelona, Spain [23]
39 3:30.68
 United States 21 Aug 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [24]
40 3:29.34
 United States 17 Aug 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China [25]
41 3:27.28
 United States 2 Aug 2009 World Championships Rome, Italy
42 3:26.78
 United States 1 Aug 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [26]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; yd – set in a pool measured in yards;
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

Short course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 3:34.86  Canada 22 Feb 1992 CAN SC Nationals Winnipeg, Canada
2 3:32.57
 United States 2 Dec 1993 World SC Championships Palma de Mallorca, Spain
3 3:30.91
 Australia 23 Dec 1996 AUS SC Nationals Melbourne, Australia
4 3:30.66
 Australia 17 Apr 1997 World SC Championships Gothenburg, Sweden
5 3:29.88
 Australia 4 Apr 1999 World SC Championships Hong Kong, Hong Kong
6 3:29.00
 United States 7 Apr 2002 World SC Championships Moscow, Russia [27]
7 3:28.12 (tt)
 Australia 4 Sep 2002 AUS SC Nationals Melbourne, Australia [28]
8 3:25.38  United States 25 Mar 2004 NCAA Championships East Meadow, United States
9 3:25.09
 United States 11 Oct 2004 World SC Championships Indianapolis, United States [29]
10 3:24.29  Russia 13 Apr 2008 World SC Championships Manchester, United Kingdom [30]
11 3:23.33
 Canada 9 Aug 2009 British Gas SC Grand Prix Leeds, United Kingdom
12 3:20.71
 United States 18 Dec 2009 Duel in the Pool Manchester, United Kingdom
13 3:19.16  Russia 20 Dec 2009 Vladimir Salnikov Swimming Cup Saint Petersburg, Russia [31]
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]

Long course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 5:10.8  Hungary 24 Jul 1953 - Budapest, Hungary
2 5:09.2  Hungary 10 Aug 1953 - Bucharest, Romania
3 5:07.8  Hungary 3 Aug 1954 - Budapest, Hungary
4 5:06.2  France 16 Aug 1954 - Marseille, France
5 5:02.1
 Netherlands 27 Nov 1954 - Rotterdam, Netherlands [32]
6 5:00.1  Netherlands 17 Jul 1955 - Paris, France [33]
7 4:57.8  Hungary 3 Sep 1955 - Budapest, Hungary [33]
8 4:54.3  Netherlands 19 Nov 1956 - Hilversum, Netherlands [33]
9 4:53.1  Netherlands 8 Dec 1956 - Zwolle, Netherlands
10 4:57.0 (yd)  Netherlands 18 May 1957 GBRvNED International Blackpool, United Kingdom [34]
11 4:54.0 (yd)
 Great Britain 25 Jul 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games Cardiff, United Kingdom [35]
12 4:52.9  Netherlands 5 Sep 1958 European Championships Budapest, Hungary [36]
13 4:51.5  Netherlands 26 Jul 1959 NEDvGBR International Meet Waalwijk, Netherlands [37]
14 4:44.6  United States 6 Sep 1959 1959 Pan American Games Chicago, United States [38]
15 4:41.1  United States 2 Sep 1960 Olympic Games Rome, Italy
16 4:40.1  East Germany 23 Aug 1962 European Championships Leipzig, East Germany [39]
17 4:39.1
 Netherlands 28 Jun 1964 NEDvGBR International Meet Groningen (city), Netherlands [40]
18 4:38.1  United States 4 Jul 1964 - Los Altos, California, United States
19 4:34.6  United States 28 Sep 1964 Pre Olympic Los Angeles, United States
20 4:33.9  United States 18 Oct 1964 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan
21 4:30.0  United States 30 Jul 1967 Pan American Games Winnipeg, Canada
22 4:28.1  United States 14 Sep 1968 Pre Olympic Colorado Springs, United States
23 4:27.4  United States 1 Sep 1970 - Tokyo, Japan
24 4:27.3  United States 11 Sep 1971 URSvUSAvGBR meet Minsk, Soviet Union
25 4:25.34  United States 18 Aug 1972 Pre Olympic Knoxville, United States
26 4:20.75  United States 3 Sep 1972 Olympic Games Munich, West Germany
27 4:16.84  East Germany 4 Sep 1973 World Championships Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia [41]
28 4:13.78  East Germany 24 Aug 1974 European Championships Vienna, Austria
29 4:13.41  East Germany 5 Jun 1976 East German National Championships Berlin, East Germany [42]
30 4:07.95
 East Germany 18 Jul 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada
31 4:06.67
 East Germany 20 Jul 1980 Olympic Games Moscow, Soviet Union
32 4:05.88  East Germany 6 Aug 1982 World Championships Guayaquil, Ecuador
33 4:05.79  East Germany 26 Aug 1983 European Championships Rome, Italy
34 4:03.69
 East Germany 24 Aug 1984 Friendship Games Moscow, Soviet Union [43]
35 4:02.54
 United States 30 Jul 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain
36 4:01.67
 China 10 Sep 1994 World Championships Rome, Italy [44]
37 3:58.30
 United States 23 Sep 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia [45]
38 3:57.32
 Australia 21 Aug 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [46]
39 3:56.30
 Australia 21 Mar 2006 Commonwealth Games Melbourne, Australia [47]
40 3:55.74
 Australia 31 Mar 2007 World Championships Melbourne, Australia [48]
41 3:52.69
 Australia 17 Aug 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China [49]
42 3:52.19
 China 1 Aug 2009 World Championships Rome, Italy [50]
43 3:52.05
 United States 4 Aug 2012 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom [51]
44 3:51.55
 United States 30 Jul 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [52]
44 3:50.40
 United States 28 Jul 2019 World Championships Gwangju, South Korea [53]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; yd – set in a pool measured in yards;
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

Short course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 3:57.73
 China 5 Dec 1993 World SC Championships Palma de Mallorca, Spain
2 3:57.62  Japan 4 Apr 1999 World SC Championships Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3 3:57.46
 United States 17 Mar 2000 Women's NCAA Championships Indianapolis, United States
4 3:55.78  Sweden 5 Apr 2002 World SC Championships Moscow, Russia [54]
5 3:54.95  Australia 9 Oct 2004 World SC Championships Indianapolis, United States [55]
6 3:51.84  Australia 7 Apr 2006 World SC Championships Shanghai, China [56]
7 3:51.36
 United States 11 Apr 2008 World SC Championships Manchester, United Kingdom [57]
8 3:49.45
 Canada 9 Aug 2009 British Gas swimming Grand Prix Leeds, United Kingdom
9 3:47.97
 United States 18 Dec 2009 Duel in the Pool Manchester, United Kingdom
10 3:45.56
 United States 16 Dec 2011 Duel in the Pool Atlanta, United States [58]
11 3:45.20
 United States 11 December 2015 Duel in the Pool Indianapolis, United States [59]
12 3:44.52
 United States
(Cali Condors)
21 November 2020 International Swimming League Budapest, Hungary [60]
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

Mixed[edit]

FINA recognizes only long-course world records for mixed relays in this event.

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 4:13.47
United States Indiana University Hoosiers 26 September 2013 IU Fall Frenzy Bloomington, United States [61][4]
2 3:48.74 Russia St. Petersburg 16 May 2014 Russian Championships Moscow, Russia [62]
3 3:44.02  Great Britain 19 August 2014 European Championships Berlin, Germany [63]
4 3:41.71  Great Britain 5 August 2015 World Championships Kazan, Russia [64]
5 3:40.28 h
 United States 26 July 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [65]
6 3:38.56
 United States 26 July 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary [66]
7 3:38.41 h
 China 1 October 2020 Chinese Championships Qingdao, China [67]
8 3:37.58
 Great Britain 31 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [68]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA;
Records not set in finals: h – heat

All-time top 10 by country[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[69]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:26.78 Ryan Murphy, Micheal Andrew, Caeleb Dressel, Zach Apple  United States 1 August 2021 Tokyo [70]
2 3:27.51 Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott  Great Britain 1 August 2021 Tokyo [71]
3 3:28.58  Germany 2 August 2009 Rome
4 3:28.64  Australia 2 August 2009 Rome
5 3:28.81  Russia 28 July 2019 Gwangju
6 3:29.16  Brazil 2 August 2009 Rome
7 3:29.17 Thomas Ceccon, Nicolò Martinenghi, Federico Burdisso, Alessandro Miressi  Italy 1 August 2021 Tokyo [72]
8 3:29.73  France 2 August 2009 Rome
9 3:29.91 Ryosuke Irie, Ryuya Mura, Naoki Mizunuma, Katsumi Nakamura  Japan 1 August 2021 Tokyo [73]
10 3:29.99  China 24 August 2018 Indonesia

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[74]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:19.16 Stanislav Donets, Sergey Geybel, Yevgeny Korotyshkin, Danila Izotov  Russia 20 December 2009 Saint Petersburg
2 3:19.64 Coleman Stewart (49.62), Nic Fink (55.21), Caeleb Dressel (49.21), Justin Ress (45.80)  United States 3 December 2021 Eindhoven [75]
3 3:19.76 Lorenzo Mora (50.34), Nicolò Martinenghi (55.94), Matteo Rivolta (48.43), Alessandro Miressi (45.05)  Italy 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [76]
4 3:21.07 Ryosuke Irie (49.95), Yasuhiro Koseki (55.91), Takeshi Kawamoto (49.58), Katsumi Nakamura (45.63)  Japan 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [77]
5 3:21.14 Guilherme Guido (50.11), Felipe Lima (56.73), Marcos Macedo (49.63), César Cielo (44.67)  Brazil 7 December 2014 Doha [78]
6 3:22.17 Christian Diener (50.01), Marco Koch (56.68), Marius Kusch (48.91), Damian Wierling (46.57)  Germany 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [79]
7 3:22.26  France 7 December 2014 Doha [80]
8 3:22.78  Great Britain 7 December 2014 Doha [81]
9 3:22.86  Australia 7 December 2014 Doha [82]
10 3:23.33  Canada 9 August 2009 Leeds

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[83]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:50.40 Regan Smith, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, Simone Manuel  United States 28 July 2019 South Korea
2 3:51.60 Kaylee McKeown, Chelsea Hodges, Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell  Australia 1 August 2021 Tokyo [84]
3 3:52.19 Zhao Jing, Chen Huijia, Jiao Liuyang, Li Zhesi  China 1 August 2009 Italy
4 3:52.60 Kylie Masse, Sydney Pickrem, Maggie Mac Neil, Penny Oleksiak  Canada 1 August 2021 Tokyo [85]
5 3:53.38 Anastasia Fesikova, Yuliya Yefimova, Svetlana Chimrova, Veronika Popova  Russia 30 July 2017 Hungary
6 3:54.01 Kathleen Dawson, Molly Renshaw, Laura Stephens, Anna Hopkin  Great Britain 23 May 2021 Budapest [86]
7 3:54.27 Michelle Coleman, Sophie Hansson, Louise Hansson, Sarah Sjöström  Sweden 1 August 2021 Tokyo [87]
8 3:54.73  Japan 23 August 2018 Indonesia
9 3:55.01  Denmark 13 August 2016 Brazil
10 3:55.79 Margherita Panziera, Arianna Castiglioni, Elena Di Liddo, Federica Pellegrini  Italy 30 July 2021 Tokyo [88]

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:44.52 Olivia Smoliga, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, Erika Brown  United States 21 November 2020 Budapest
2 3:46.20 Louise Hansson (56.25), Sophie Hansson (1:03.70), Sarah Sjöström (54.65), Michelle Coleman (51.60)  Sweden 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [89]
3 3:47.36 Kylie Masse (55.76), Sydney Pickrem (1:04.97), Maggie Mac Neil (55.30), Kayla Sanchez (51.33)  Canada 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [90]
4 3:47.41 Peng Xuwei (57.12), Tang Qianting (1:03.25), Zhang Yufei (54.93), Cheng Yujie (52.11)  China 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [91]
5 3:47.91  Australia 20 October 2019 Lewisville
6 3:48.86 Mie Nielsen (56.86), Rikke Møller-Pedersen (1:04.62), Jeanette Ottesen (54.99), Pernille Blume (52.39)  Denmark 7 December 2014 Doha [92]
7 3:49.94 Maria Kameneva (56.59), Nika Godun (1:04.53), Svetlana Chimrova (56.18), Ekaterina Nikonova (52.64)  Russia 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [93]
8 3:50.28  Japan 11 December 2016 Windsor [94]
9 3:51.03 Silvia Scalia (57.56), Martina Carraro (1:04.98), Elena Di Liddo (55.93), Silvia Di Pietro (52.56)  Italy 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [95]
10 3:51.85  Great Britain 14 December 2012 Istanbul

Mixed long course[edit]

  • Correct as of July 2021
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:37.58 Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Anna Hopkin  Great Britain 31 July 2021 Tokyo [96]
2 3:38.41  China 1 October 2020 China
3 3:38.56 Matt Grevers, Lilly King, Caeleb Dressel, Simone Manuel  United States 26 July 2017 Hungary
4 3:38.91  Australia 9 August 2018 Japan
5 3:39.28 Thomas Ceccon, Nicolò Martinenghi, Elena Di Liddo, Federica Pellegrini  Italy 31 July 2021 Tokyo [97]
6 3:40.78  Russia 24 July 2019 South Korea
7 3:40.98  Japan 9 August 2018 Japan
8 3:41.25  Canada 26 July 2017 Hungary
Kira Toussaint, Arno Kamminga, Nyls Korstanje, Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 31 July 2021 Tokyo [98]
10 3:44.13  Germany 5 August 2015 Russia

All-time top 25[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[99]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:26.78 Ryan Murphy, Micheal Andrew, Caeleb Dressel, Zach Apple  United States 1 August 2021 Tokyo [100]
2 3:27.28 Aaron Peirsol, Eric Shanteau, Michael Phelps, David Walters  United States 2 August 2009 Italy
3 3:27.51 Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott  Great Britain 1 August 2021 Tokyo [101]
4 3:27.91 Matt Grevers, Kevin Cordes, Caeleb Dressel, Nathan Adrian  United States 30 July 2017 Budapest
5 3:27.95 Ryan Murphy, Cody Miller, Michael Phelps, Nathan Adrian  United States 13 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
6 3:28.10 Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott  Great Britain 28 July 2019 Gwangju
7 3:28.45 Ryan Murphy, Andrew Wilson, Caeleb Dressel, Nathan Adrian  United States 28 July 2019 Gwangju
8 3:28.58 Helge Meeuw, Hendrik Feldwehr, Benjamin Starke, Paul Biedermann  Germany 2 August 2009 Rome
9 3:28.59 Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott  Great Britain 23 May 2021 Budapest [102]
10 3:28.64 Ashley Delaney, Brenton Rickard, Andrew Lauterstein, Matt Targett  Australia 2 August 2009 Rome
11 3:28.81 Evgeny Rylov, Kirill Prigoda, Andrey Minakov, Vladimir Morozov  Russia 28 July 2019 Gwangju
12 3:29.16 Guilherme Guido, Henrique Barbosa, Gabriel Mangabeira, César Cielo  Brazil 2 August 2009 Rome
14 3:29.17 Thomas Ceccon, Nicolò Martinenghi, Federico Burdisso, Alessandro Miressi  Italy 1 August 2021 Tokyo [103]
15 3:29.22 Evgeny Rylov, Kirill Prigoda, Andrey Minakov, Kliment Kolesnikov  Russia 1 August 2021 Tokyo [104]
16 3:29.24 Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott  Great Britain 13 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro [105]
17 3:29.34 Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Michael Phelps, Jason Lezak  United States 17 August 2008 Beijing
18 3:29.35 Matt Grevers, Brendan Hansen, Michael Phelps, Nathan Adrian  United States 4 August 2012 London
20 3:29.50 Kliment Kolesnikov, Kirill Prigoda, Mikhail Vekovishchev, Andrey Minakov  Russia 23 May 2021 Budapest [106]
21 3:29.60 Mitch Larkin, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Matthew Temple, Kyle Chalmers  Australia 1 August 2021 Tokyo [107]
22 3:29.66 Ryan Murphy, Cody Miller, Tom Shields, Townley Haas  United States 30 July 2017 Budapest
23 3:29.73 Jérémy Stravius, Hugues Duboscq, Clément Lefert, Alain Bernard  France 2 August 2009 Rome
26 3:29.91 Ryosuke Irie, Ryuya Mura, Naoki Mizunuma, Katsumi Nakamura  Japan 1 August 2021 Tokyo [108]

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of October 2021[109]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality or Club Date Venue Ref
1 3:18.28 Energy Standard 21 November 2020 Budapest
2 3:19.16 Stanislav Donets, Sergey Geybel, Yevgeny Korotyshkin, Danila Izotov  Russia 20 December 2009 Saint Petersburg
3 3:19.50 London Roar 14 November 2020 Budapest
4 3:19.55 Energy Standard 14 November 2020 Budapest
5 3:19.64 Coleman Stewart (49.62), Nic Fink (55.21), Caeleb Dressel (49.21), Justin Ress (45.80) Cali Condors
 United States
3 December 2021 Eindhoven [110]
6 3:19.65 LA Current 21 November 2020 Budapest
7 3:19.76 Lorenzo Mora (50.34), Nicolò Martinenghi (55.94), Matteo Rivolta (48.43), Alessandro Miressi (45.05)  Italy 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [111]
8 3:19.98 Ryan Murphy, Andrew Wilson, Caeleb Dressel, Ryan Held  United States 16 December 2018 Hangzhou
9 3:20.01 Cali Condors 21 November 2020 Budapest
10 3:20.50 Shaine Casas (50.44), Nic Fink (55.27), Trenton Julian (49.36), Ryan Held (45.43)  United States 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [112]
11 3:20.61 Kliment Kolesnikov (49.62), Kirill Prigoda (55.98), Mikhail Vekovishchev (50.00), Vladimir Morozov (45.01)  Russia 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [113]
Kliment Kolesnikov (49.90)
Ilya Shymanovich (55.38)
Chad le Clos (48.92)
Adam Barrett (46.41)
Energy Standard
 Russia
 Belarus
 South Africa
 Great Britain
3 December 2021 Eindhoven [114]
13 3:20.65 Kliment Kolesnikov (49.47), Danil Semianinov (57.06), Andrey Minakov (48.81), Aleksandr Shchegolev (45.31)  Russia 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [115]
14 3:20.67 London Roar 21 November 2020 Budapest
15 3:20.68 Energy Standard 1 November 2020 Budapest
Cali Condors 4 September 2021 Naples
17 3:20.71  United States 18 December 2009 Manchester
18 3:20.99  United States 19 December 2010 Dubai
19 3:21.07 Ryosuke Irie (49.95), Yasuhiro Koseki (55.91), Takeshi Kawamoto (49.58), Katsumi Nakamura (45.63)  Japan 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [116]
20 3:21.14 Guilherme Guido (50.11), Felipe Lima (56.73), Marcos Macedo (49.63), César Cielo (44.67)  Brazil 7 December 2014 Doha [117]
21 3:21.17  Russia 11 December 2016 Windsor [118]
22 3:21.29 Cali Condors
Coleman Stewart, Nic Fink, Caeleb Dressel, Justin Ress
 United States 11 September 2021 Naples [119]
23 3:21.49  United States 7 December 2014 Doha [120]
24 3:22.00 Guilherme Guido (49.89), Felipe Lima (56.39), Nicholas Santos (49.42), Breno Correia (46.30)  Brazil 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [121]
25 3:22.17 Christian Diener (50.01), Marco Koch (56.68), Marius Kusch (48.91), Damian Wierling (46.57)  Germany 16 December 2018 Hangzhou [122]

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[123]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:50.40 Regan Smith, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, Simone Manuel  United States 28 July 2019 Gwangju
2 3:51.55 Kathleen Baker, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, Simone Manuel  United States 30 July 2017 Budapest
3 3:51.60 Kaylee McKeown, Chelsea Hodges, Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell  Australia 1 August 2021 Tokyo [124]
4 3:51.73 Regan Smith, Lydia Jacoby, Torri Huske, Abbey Weitzeil  United States 1 August 2021 Tokyo [125]
5 3:52.05 Missy Franklin, Rebecca Soni, Dana Vollmer, Allison Schmitt  United States 4 August 2012 London
6 3:52.19 Zhao Jing, Chen Huijia, Jiao Liuyang, Li Zhesi  China 1 August 2009 Rome
7 3:52.36 Natalie Coughlin, Rebecca Soni, Dana Vollmer, Missy Franklin  United States 30 July 2011 Shanghai
8 3:52.58 Emily Seebohm, Sarah Katsoulis, Jessicah Schipper, Lisbeth Trickett  Australia 1 August 2009 Rome
9 3:52.60 Kylie Masse, Sydney Pickrem, Maggie Mac Neil, Penny Oleksiak  Canada 1 August 2021 Tokyo [126]
10 3:52.69 Emily Seebohm, Leisel Jones, Jessicah Schipper, Lisbeth Trickett  Australia 17 August 2008 Beijing
11 3:53.13 Kathleen Baker, Lilly King, Dana Vollmer, Simone Manuel  United States 13 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
12 3:53.23 Missy Franklin, Jessica Hardy, Dana Vollmer, Megan Romano  United States 4 August 2013 London
13 3:53.38 Anastasia Fesikova, Yuliya Yefimova, Svetlana Chimrova, Veronika Popova  Russia 30 July 2017 Budapest
14 3:53.58 Kylie Masse, Sydney Pickrem, Maggie Mac Neil, Penny Oleksiak  Canada 28 July 2019 Gwangju
15 3:54.01 Kathleen Dawson, Molly Renshaw, Laura Stephens, Anna Hopkin  Great Britain 23 May 2021 Budapest [127]
16 3:54.13 Peng Xuwei, Tang Qianting, Zhang Yufei, Yang Junxuan  China 1 August 2021 Tokyo [128]
17 3:54.27 Michelle Coleman, Sophie Hansson, Louise Hansson, Sarah Sjöström  Sweden 1 August 2021 Tokyo [129]
18 3:54.73  Japan 23 August 2018 Indonesia
19 3:55.01  Denmark 13 August 2016 Brazil
20 3:55.17  Canada 30 July 2021 Tokyo [130]
21 3:55.18  United States 30 July 2021 Tokyo [131]
22 3:55.24  Sweden 9 August 2015 Russia
23 3:55.39  Australia 30 July 2021 Tokyo [132]
24 3:55.79 Margherita Panziera, Arianna Castiglioni, Elena Di Liddo, Federica Pellegrini  Italy 30 July 2021 Tokyo [133]
25 3:56.23  Sweden 30 July 2021 Tokyo [134]

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021.
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:44.52 Olivia Smoliga, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, Erika Brown  United States 21 November 2020 Budapest
2 3:45.14 London Roar
Kira Toussaint
Alia Atkinson
Marie Wattel
Freya Anderson
 Netherlands
 Jamaica
 France
 Great Britain
21 November 2020 Budapest
3 3:46.20 Louise Hansson (56.25), Sophie Hansson (1:03.70), Sarah Sjöström (54.65), Michelle Coleman (51.60)  Sweden 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [135]
4 3:47.36 Kylie Masse (55.76), Sydney Pickrem (1:04.97), Maggie Mac Neil (55.30), Kayla Sanchez (51.33)  Canada 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [136]
5 3:47.41 Peng Xuwei (57.12), Tang Qianting (1:03.25), Zhang Yufei (54.93), Cheng Yujie (52.11)  China 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [137]
6 3:47.68 Katharine Berkoff (56.02), Emily Escobedo (1:04.99), Claire Curzan (55.61), Abbey Weitzeil (51.06)  United States 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [138]
7 3:47.89  United States 11 December 2016 Windsor [139]
8 3:47.91  Australia 20 October 2019 Lewisville
9 3:48.29  China 17 December 2010 Dubai
10 3:48.86 Mie Nielsen (56.86)
Rikke Møller-Pedersen (1:04.62)
Jeanette Ottesen (54.99)
Pernille Blume (52.39)
 Denmark 7 December 2014 Doha [140]
11 3:48.87  Canada 11 December 2016 Windsor [141]
12 3:49.11 Aqua Centurions
Mariia Kameneva
Arianna Castiglioni
Elena di Liddo
Federica Pellegrini
 Russia
 Italy
 Italy
 Italy
25 September 2021 Naples [142]
13
14 3:49.66  Australia 11 December 2016 Windsor [143]
15 3:49.87  Denmark 14 December 2012 Istanbul
16 3:49.94 Maria Kameneva (56.59), Nika Godun (1:04.53), Svetlana Chimrova (56.18), Ekaterina Nikonova (52.64)  Russia 21 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [144]
17 3:50.15 Iron
Ingeborg Løyning
Ida Hulkko
Emilie Beckmann
Ranomi Kromowidjojo
 Norway
 Finland
 Denmark
 Netherlands
25 September 2021 Naples [145]
19 3:50.28  Japan 11 December 2016 Windsor [146]
20 3:50.31  Australia 7 December 2014 Doha [147]
22 3:50.50  Japan 7 December 2014 Doha [148]
23 3:50.88  Australia 14 December 2012 Istanbul
25 3:51.01  China 11 December 2016 Windsor [149]

Mixed long course[edit]

  • Correct as of August 2021
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 3:37.58 Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Anna Hopkin  Great Britain 31 July 2021 Tokyo [150]
2 3:38.41 Xu Jiayu, Yan Zibei, Zhang Yufei, Yang Junxuan  China 1 October 2020 China
3 3:38.56 Matt Grevers, Lilly King, Caeleb Dressel, Simone Manuel  United States 26 July 2017 Hungary
4 3:38.86 Xu Jiayu,Yan Zibei,Zhang Yufei,Yang Junxuan  China 31 July 2021 Tokyo [151]
5 3:38.91 Mitch Larkin, Jake Packard, Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell,  Australia 9 August 2018 Japan
6 3:38.95 Kaylee McKeown,Zac Stubblety-Cook,Matthew Temple,Emma McKeon  Australia 31 July 2021 Tokyo [152]
7 3:39.28 Thomas Ceccon, Nicolò Martinenghi, Elena Di Liddo, Federica Pellegrini  Italy 31 July 2021 Tokyo [153]
8 3:40.58 Ryan Murphy,Lydia Jacoby,Torri Huske,Caeleb Dressel  United States 31 July 2021 Tokyo [154]
9 3:40.78 Evgeny Rylov,Kirill Prigoda,Svetlana Chimrova,Maria Kameneva  Russia 24 July 2019 South Korea
10 3:40.98  Japan 9 August 2018 Japan
13 3:41.25  Canada 26 July 2017 Hungary
Kira Toussaint, Arno Kamminga, Nyls Korstanje, Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 31 July 2021 Tokyo [155]
15 3:41.28 Kira Toussaint, Arno Kamminga, Nyls Korstanje, Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 20 May 2021 Budapest [156]
20 3:42.30 Margherita Panziera, Nicolò Martinenghi, Elena Di Liddo, Alessandro Miressi  Italy 20 May 2021 Budapest [157]
21 3:42.45  Russia 31 July 2021 Tokyo [158]
25 3:44.13  Germany 5 August 2015 Russia

Mixed short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality or Club Date Venue Ref
1 3:33.31 Ingrid Wilm
Christopher Rothbauer
Tom Shields
Abbey Weitzeil
LA Current
 Canada
 Austria
 United States
 United States
5 September 2021 Naples

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