World record progression 4 × 200 metres freestyle relay

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This article includes the world record progression for the 4×200 metres freestyle relay, and it shows the chronological history of world record times in that competitive swimming event. The 4×200 metres freestyle relay is a relay event in which each of four swimmers on a team swims a 200-metre freestyle leg in sequence. The 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 swimming were first recognized by FINA in 1908. 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.

The men's 4×200-metre event was first contested at 1908 Summer Olympics in London, but the women's 4×200-metre event didn't appear until the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Prior to 1996, the shorter 4×100-metre freestyle relay was the only women's freestyle relay event staged.

Men[edit]

Long course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 10:55.6  Great Britain 24 Jul 1908 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom
2 10:26.4  United States 12 Jul 1912 Olympic Games Stockholm, Sweden
3 10:14.0  Australasia 12 Jul 1912 Olympic Games Stockholm, Sweden
4 10:11.6  Australasia 15 Jul 1912 Olympic Games Stockholm, Sweden
5 10:04.4  United States 29 Aug 1920 Olympic Games Antwerp, Belgium
6 9:53.4  United States 20 Jul 1924 Olympic Games Paris, France
7 9:49.6  Germany 1927 European Championships Bologna, Italy
8 9:38.8  United States 11 Aug 1928 Olympic Games Amsterdam, Netherlands
9 9:36.2  United States 11 Aug 1928 Olympic Games Amsterdam, Netherlands
10 9:34.0  Hungary 1931 European Championships Paris, France
11 8:58.4
 Japan 9 Aug 1932 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
12 8:52.2  Japan 19 Aug 1935 - Tokyo, Japan
13 8:51.5  Japan 11 Aug 1936 Olympic Games Berlin, Germany
14 8:46.0  United States 3 Aug 1948 Olympic Games London, United Kingdom
15 8:45.4  Japan 18 Aug 1949 - Los Angeles, United States
16 8:43.2  United States 24 Feb 1950 - New Haven, United States
17 8:40.6  Japan 2 Apr 1950 - Marília, Brazil
18 8:33.0  France 2 Aug 1951 - Marseille, France
19 8:29.4  United States 16 Feb 1952 - New Haven, United States
20 8:24.5  Soviet Union 4 Nov 1956 - Moscow, Soviet Union
21 8:23.6  Australia 3 Dec 1956 Olympic Games Melbourne, Australia
22 8:21.6  Japan 22 Jul 1959 - Tokyo, Japan
23 8:18.7  Japan 26 Jul 1959 - Osaka, Japan
24 8:17.0  United States 23 Jul 1960 - Toledo, Ohio, United States
25 8:16.6  Australia 6 Aug 1960 - Townsville, Australia
26 8:10.2  United States 1 Sep 1960 Olympic Games Rome, Italy
27 8:09.8  Japan 21 Apr 1963 - Tokyo, Japan
28 8:07.6  United States 10 Aug 1963 - Chicago, United States
29 8:03.7  United States 19 Aug 1963 - Tokyo, Japan
30 8:01.8  United States 28 Sep 1964 - Los Angeles, United States
31 7:52.1  United States 18 Oct 1964 - Tokyo, Japan
32 7:50.8  Australia 24 Jul 1970 British Commonwealth Games Edinburgh, United Kingdom
33 7:48.0  United States 28 Aug 1970 - Tokyo, Japan
34 7:45.8  United States 9 Aug 1971 Pan American Games Cali, Colombia
35 7:43.3  United States 10 Sep 1971 - Minsk, Soviet Union
36 7:35.78  United States 31 Aug 1972 Olympic Games Munich, Germany
37 7:33.22  United States 7 Sep 1973 World Championships Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
38 7:30.54  United States 22 Aug 1975 - Kansas City, United States
39 7:30.33 (h)  United States 21 Jul 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada
40 7:23.22  United States 21 Jul 1976 Olympic Games Montreal, Canada
41 7:20.82  United States 24 Aug 1978 World Championships West Berlin, West Germany
42 7:20.40  West Germany 23 Aug 1983 European Championships Rome, Italy
43 7:18.87 (h)
 United States 30 Jul 1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
44 7:15.69
 United States 30 Jul 1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States
45 7:13.10  West Germany 19 Aug 1987 European Championships Strasbourg, France
46 7:12.51  United States 21 Sep 1988 Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea
47  7:11.95 
 (1:49.55)
Dmitry Lepikov
 (1:46.58)
Vladimir Pyshnenko
 (1:48.99)
Veniamin Tayanovich
 (1:46.83)
Yevgeny Sadovyi
 Unified Team 27 Jul 1992 Olympic Games Barcelona, Spain
48 7:11.86  Australia 13 Sep 1998 Commonwealth Games Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
49 7:08.79  Australia 25 Aug 1999 Pan Pacific Championships Sydney, Australia
50 7:07.05
 Australia 19 Sep 2000 Olympic Games Sydney, Australia
51 7:04.66
 Australia 27 Jul 2001 World Championships Fukuoka, Japan
52 7:03.24
 United States 30 Mar 2007 World Championships Melbourne, Australia
53 6:58.56
 United States 13 Aug 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China
54 6:58.55
 United States 31 July 2009 World Championships Rome, Italy [2]

Short course[edit]

# Time Name Nationality Date Meet Location Ref
1 7:02.74  Australia 18 Apr 1997 Short Course Worlds Gothenburg, Sweden
2 7:01.60  Australia 1 Sep 1999 Australian SC Championships Time Trial Canberra, Australia
3 7:01.33  United States 17 Mar 2000 Short Course Worlds Athens, Greece
4 6:56.41
 Australia 7 Aug 2001 Australian SC Championships Perth, Western Australia, Australia
5 6:52.66
 Australia 31 Aug 2007 Australian SC Championships Melbourne, Australia
6 6:51.05
 Canada 7 Aug 2009 British Grand Prix Leeds, United Kingdom [3]
7 6:49.04
 Russia 16 Dec 2010 Short Course Worlds Dubai, United Arab Emirates [4]
8 6:46.81  Brazil 14 December 2018 World Championships Hangzhou, China [5]
9 6:44.12
 United States 16 December 2022 World Championships Melbourne, Australia [6]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; WRWorld record;
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 8:02.27  East Germany 22 Aug 1983 European Championships Rome, Italy [7]
2 7:59.33  East Germany 17 Aug 1986 World Championships Madrid, Spain [7]
3 7:55.47  East Germany 18 Aug 1987 European Championships Strasbourg, France [8]
[9]
4 7:53.42  United States 18 Aug 2004 Olympic Games Athens, Greece [8]
5 7:50.82  Germany 3 Aug 2006 European Championships Budapest, Hungary [8]
6 7:50.09  United States 29 Mar 2007 World Championships Melbourne, Australia
7 7:44.31
 Australia 14 August 2008 Olympic Games Beijing, China
8 7:42.08  China 30 July 2009 World Championships Rome, Italy [10]
9 7:41.50
 Australia 25 July 2019 World Championships Gwangju, South Korea [11]
10 7:40.33
 China 29 July 2021 Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan [12]
11 7:39.29
 Australia 31 July 2022 Commonwealth Games Birmingham, United Kingdom [13]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; WRWorld record;
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 7:58.74 ? ? 198_? ? [14]
[15]
2 7:52.45  China 3 December 1993 SC Worlds Palma de Mallorca, Spain [14]
[16]
3 7:51.92
 China 17 April 1997 SC Worlds Gothenburg, Sweden [16]
[17]
[18]
4 7:51.70
 Sweden 1 April 1999 SC Worlds Hong Kong, Hong Kong [18]
[19]
5 7:49.11
 Great Britain 16 March 2000 SC Worlds Athens, Greece [20]
6 7:47.14
 Great Britain 10 August 2001 National 25m Championships Norwich, United Kingdom [21]
[22]
7 7:46.30
 China 3 April 2002 SC Worlds Moscow, Russia [23]
[24]
8 7:38.90
 Netherlands 9 April 2008 SC Worlds Manchester, United Kingdom [25]
9 7:35.94
 China 15 December 2010 SC Worlds Dubai, United Arab Emirates [26]
10 7:32.85
 Netherlands 3 Dec 2014 SC Worlds Doha, Qatar [27]
11 7:30.87
 Australia 14 December 2022 World Championships Melbourne, Australia [28]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by FINA; WRWorld record;
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 10 by country[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of 3 July 2022[29]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 6:58.55 Michael Phelps (1:44.49)
Ricky Berens (1:44.13)
David Walters (1:45.47)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.46)
 United States 31 July 2009 Rome
2 6:58.58 Thomas Dean (1:45.72)
James Guy (1:44.40)
Matthew Richards (1:45.01)
Duncan Scott (1:43.45)
 Great Britain 28 July 2021 Tokyo [30]
3 6:59.15 Nikita Lobintsev (1:45.10)
Mikhail Polischuk (1:45.42)
Danila Izotov (1:44.48)
Alexander Sukhorukov (1:44.15)
 Russia 31 July 2009 Rome
4 7:00.85 Clyde Lewis (1:45.58)
Kyle Chalmers (1:45.37)
Alexander Graham (1:45.05)
Mack Horton (1:44.85)
 Australia 26 July 2019 Gwangju
5 7:02.01 Filippo Megli (1:45.86)
Gabriele Detti (1:45.30)
Stefano Ballo (1:45.27)
Stefano Di Cola (1:45.58)
 Italy 26 July 2019 Gwangju
6 7:02.26 Sho Uchida (1:45.90)
Yoshihiro Okumura (1:45.83)
Shogo Hihara (1:45.99)
Takeshi Matsuda (1:44.54)
 Japan 31 July 2009 Rome
7 7:02.77 Amaury Leveaux (1:46.70)
Grégory Mallet (1:46.83)
Clément Lefert (1:46.00)
Yannick Agnel (1:43.24)
 France 31 July 2012 London
8 7:03.19 Paul Biedermann (1:42.81)
Felix Wolf (1:47.65)
Yannick Lebherz (1:47.31)
Clemens Rapp (1:45.42)
 Germany 31 July 2019 Rome
9 7:04.69 Fernando Scheffer (1:45.52)
Vinicius Assunção (1:46.44)
Murilo Sartori (1:46.34)
Breno Correia (1:46.39)
 Brazil 23 June 2022 Budapest [31]
10 7:04.74 Wang Shun (1:47.41)
Hao Yun (1:47.25)
Li Yunqi (1:46.92)
Sun Yang (1:43.16)
 China 2 August 2013 Barcelona

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2022[32]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 6:44.12 Kieran Smith (1:41.04)
Carson Foster (1:40.48)
Trenton Julian (1:41.44)
Drew Kibler (1:41.16)
 United States 16 December 2022 Melbourne [33]
2 6:46.54 Thomas Neill (1:41.50)
Kyle Chalmers (1:40.35)
Flynn Southam (1:41.50)
Mack Horton (1:43.19)
 Australia 16 December 2022 Melbourne [34]
3 6:46.81 Luiz Altamir Melo (1:42.03), Fernando Scheffer (1:40.99), Leonardo Coelho Santos (1:42.81), Breno Correia (1:40.98)  Brazil 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
4 6:46.84 Martin Malyutin (1:42.34), Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:41.57), Ivan Girev (1:41.85), Aleksandr Krasnykh (1:41.08)  Russia 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
5 6:47.53 Ji Xinjie (1:42.67), Xu Jiayu (1:41.68), Sun Yang (1:41.25), Wang Shun (1:41.93)  China 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
6 6:49.63 Matteo Ciampi (1:42.68)
Thomas Ceccon (1:42.61)
Alberto Razzetti (1:42.76)
Paolo Conte Bonin (1:41.58)
 Italy 16 December 2022 Melbourne [35]
7 6:51.05  Canada
8 6:52.04 Temma Watanabe (1:43.78)
Katsuhiro Matsumoto (1:40.66)
Hidenari Mano (1:43.18)
Shuya Matsumoto (1:44.42)
 Japan 16 December 2022 Melbourne [36]
9 6:52.13  South Africa
10 6:52.66  Belgium

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of July 2022[37]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:39.29 Madison Wilson (1:56.27)
Kiah Melverton (1:55.40)
Mollie O'Callaghan (1:54.80)
Ariarne Titmus (1:52.82)
 Australia 31 July 2022 Birmingham [38]
2 7:40.33 Yang Junxuan (1:54.37)
Tang Muhan (1:55.00)
Zhang Yufei (1:55.66)
Li Bingjie (1:55.30)
 China 29 July 2021 Tokyo [39]
3 7:40.73 Allison Schmitt (1:56.34)
Paige Madden (1:55.25)
Katie McLaughlin (1:55.38)
Katie Ledecky (1:53.76)
 United States 29 July 2021 Tokyo [40]
4 7:43.77 Summer McIntosh (1:55.74)
Rebecca Smith (1:57.30)
Kayla Sanchez (1:55.59)
Penny Oleksiak (1:55.14)
 Canada 29 July 2021 Tokyo [41]
5 7:45.51 Joanne Jackson (1:55.98)
Jazmin Carlin (1:56.78)
Caitlin McClatchey (1:56.42)
Rebecca Adlington (1:56.33)
 Great Britain 30 July 2009 Rome
6 7:46.57 Renata Fabiola Spagnolo (1:58.79)
Alessia Filippi (1:56.97)
Alice Carpanese (1:57.36)
Federica Pellegrini (1:53.45)
 Italy 30 July 2009 Rome
7 7:47.49 Camille Muffat (1:55.51)
Charlotte Bonnet (1:57.78)
Ophélie-Cyrielle Étienne (1:58.05)
Coralie Balmy (1:56.15)
 France 1 August 2012 London
8 7:48.04 Ágnes Mutina (1:56.64)
Evelyn Verrasztó (1:57.20)
Eszter Dara (1:59.04)
Katinka Hosszú (1:55.16)
 Hungary 30 July 2009 Rome
9 7:48.25 Anna Egorova (1:58.19)
Anastasia Guzhenkova (1:56.43)
Valeriya Salamatina (1:56.93)
Veronika Andrusenko (1:56.70)
 Russia 25 July 2019 Gwangju
10 7:48.96 Chihiro Igarashi (1:57.88)
Rikako Ikee (1:54.69)
Rio Shirai (1:58.29)
Yui Ohashi (1:58.10)
 Japan 10 August 2018 Tokyo

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2022
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:30.87 Madison Wilson (1:53.13)
Mollie O'Callaghan (1:52.83)
Leah Neale (1:52.67)
Lani Pallister (1:52.24)
 Australia 14 December 2022 Melbourne [42]
2 7:32.85 Inge Dekker (1:54.73)
Femke Heemskerk (1:51.22)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (1:54.17)
Sharon van Rouwendaal (1:52.73)
 Netherlands 3 December 2014 Doha
3 7:32.96 Summer McIntosh (1:54.30)
Kayla Sanchez (1:52.97)
Katerine Savard (1:54.01)
Rebecca Smith (1:51.68)
 Canada 20 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [43]
4 7:34.08 Li Bingjie (1:54.56)
Yang Junxuan (1:53.06)
Zhang Yuhan (1:53.94)
Wang Jianjiahe (1:52.52)
 China 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
5 7:34.70 Alex Walsh (1:53.90)
Hali Flickinger (1:53.48)
Erin Gemmell (1:52.23)
Leah Smith (1:55.09)
 United States 14 December 2022 Melbourne [44]
6 7:36.64 Anna Egorova (1:54.18)
Daria Mullakaeva (1:55.22)
Anastasia Guzhenkova (1:53.94)
Veronika Andrusenko (1:53.30)
 Russia 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
7 7:38.33 Camille Muffat (1:53.17)
Coralie Balmy (1:53.71)
Mylène Lazare (1:56.24)
Ophélie Etienne (1:55.21)
 France 15 December 2010 Dubai
8 7:38.96 Joanne Jackson (1:54.78)
Melanie Marshall (1:55.83)
Caitlin McClatchey (1:54.64)
Rebecca Adlington (1:53.71)
 Great Britain 10 April 2008 Manchester
9 7:39.21 Evelyn Verrasztó (1:54.65)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (1:54.85)
Boglárka Kapás (1:56.58)
Katinka Hosszú (1:53.13)
 Hungary 3 December 2014 Doha
10 7:41.91 Gabriella Fagundez (1:56.42)
Sarah Sjöström (1:54.88)
Ida Varga (1:55.31)
Petra Granlund (1:53.30)
 Sweden 3 December 2014 Doha

Mixed long course[edit]

  • Correct as of August 2022
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:28.16 Thomas Dean (1:46.15)
Matthew Richards (1:46.91)
Freya Colbert (1:57.29)
Freya Anderson (1:57.81)
 Great Britain 16 August 2022 Rome [45]
2 7:29.25 Hadrien Salvan (1:47.63)
Wissam-Amazigh Yebba (1:46.53)
Charlotte Bonnet (1:56.39)
Lucile Tessariol (1:58.70)
 France 16 August 2022 Rome [46]
7 7:41.29 Kamil Sieradzki (1:49.04)
Mateusz Chowaniec (1:50.94)
Aleksandra Knop (2:02.31)
Aleksandra Polańska (1:59.00)
 Poland 16 August 2022 Rome [47]

All-time top 25[edit]

Men long course[edit]

  • Correct as of June 2022[48]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 6:58.55 Michael Phelps (1:44.49)
Ricky Berens (1:44.13)
David Walters (1:45.47)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.46)
 United States 31 July 2009 Rome
2 6:58.56 Michael Phelps (1:43.31)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.28)
Ricky Berens (1:46.29)
Peter Vanderkaay (1:44.68)
 United States 13 August 2008 Beijing
3 6:58.58 Thomas Dean (1:45.72)
James Guy (1:44.40)
Matthew Richards (1:45.01)
Duncan Scott (1:43.45)
 Great Britain 28 July 2021 Tokyo
4 6:59.15 Nikita Lobintsev (1:45.10)
Mikhail Polischuk (1:45.42)
Danila Izotov (1:44.48)
Alexander Sukhorukov (1:44.15)
 Russia 31 July 2009 Rome
5 6:59.70 Ryan Lochte (1:45.15)
Conor Dwyer (1:45.23)
Ricky Berens (1:45.27)
Michael Phelps (1:44.05)
 United States 31 July 2012 London
6 7:00.24 Drew Kibler (1:45.54)
Carson Foster (1:45.04)
Trenton Julian (1:45.31)
Kieran Smith (1:44.35)
 United States 23 June 2022 Budapest [49]
7 7:00.66 Conor Dwyer (1:45.23)
Townley Haas (1:44.14)
Ryan Lochte (1:46.03)
Michael Phelps (1:45.26)
 United States 9 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
8 7:00.85 Clyde Lewis (1:45.58)
Kyle Chalmers (1:45.37)
Alexander Graham (1:45.05)
Mack Horton (1:44.85)
 Australia 26 July 2019 Gwangju
9 7:01.65 Kenrick Monk (1:46.00)
Robert Hurley (1:46.47)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (1:44.82)
Patrick Murphy (1:44.36)
 Australia 31 July 2009 Rome
10 7:01.70 Stephen Milne (1:47.25)
Nicholas Grainger (1:46.05)
Duncan Scott (1:44.60)
James Guy (1:43.80)
 Great Britain 28 July 2017 Budapest
11 7:01.72 Conor Dwyer (1:45.76)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.98)
Charlie Houchin (1:45.59)
Ricky Berens (1:45.39)
 United States 2 August 2013 Barcelona
12 7:01.81 Mikhail Dovgalyuk (1:45.56)
Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:45.45)
Aleksandr Krasnykh (1:45.38)
Martin Malyutin (1:45.42)
 Russia 26 July 2019 Gwangju
Martin Malyutin (1:45.69)
Ivan Girev (1:45.63)
Evgeny Rylov (1:45.26)
Mikhail Dovgalyuk (1:45.23)
 Russia 28 July 2021 Tokyo
14 7:01.84 Alexander Graham (1:46.00)
Kyle Chalmers (1:45.35)
Zac Incerti (1:45.75)
Thomas Neill (1:44.74)
 Australia 28 July 2021 Tokyo
15 7:01.98 Andrew Seliskar (1:45.81)
Blake Pieroni (1:44.98)
Zach Apple (1:46.03)
Townley Haas (1:45.16)
 United States 26 July 2019 Gwangju
16 7:02.01 Filippo Megli (1:45.86)
Gabriele Detti (1:45.30)
Stefano Ballo (1:45.27)
Stefano Di Cola (1:45.58)
 Italy 26 July 2019 Gwangju
17 7:02.04 Duncan Scott (1:44.91)
Calum Jarvis (1:45.58)
Thomas Dean (1:46.10)
James Guy (1:45.45)
 Great Britain 26 July 2019 Gwangju
18 7:02.26 Sho Uchida (1:45.90)
Yoshihiro Okumura (1:45.83)
Shogo Hihara (1:45.99)
Takeshi Matsuda (1:44.54)
 Japan 31 July 2009 Rome
19 7:02.43 Kieran Smith (1:44.74)
Drew Kibler (1:45.51)
Zach Apple (1:47.31)
Townley Haas (1:44.87)
 United States 28 July 2021 Tokyo
20 7:02.67 Michael Phelps (1:45.53)
Peter Vanderkaay (1:46.07)
Ricky Berens (1:46.51)
Ryan Lochte (1:44.56)
 United States 29 July 2011 Shanghai
21 7:02.68 Mikhail Dovgalyuk (1:46.00)
Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:45.91)
Danila Izotov (1:45.97)
Aleksandr Krasnykh (1:44.80)
 Russia 28 July 2017 Budapest
22 7:02.77 Amaury Leveaux (1:46.70)
Grégory Mallet (1:46.83)
Clément Lefert (1:46.00)
Yannick Agnel (1:43.24)
 France 31 July 2012 London
23 7:03.13 Stephen Milne (1:46.97)
Duncan Scott (1:45.05)
Daniel Wallace(1:46.26)
James Guy (1:44.85)
 Great Britain 9 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
24 7:03.18 Blake Pieroni (1:46.33)
Townley Haas (1:44.58)
Jack Conger (1:45.37)
Zane Grothe (1:46.90)
 United States 28 July 2017 Budapest
25 7:03.19 Paul Biedermann (1:42.81)
Felix Wolf (1:47.65)
Yannick Lebherz (1:47.31)
Clemens Rapp (1:45.42)
 Germany 31 July 2019 Rome

Men short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2022[50]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 6:44.12 Kieran Smith (1:41.04)
Carson Foster (1:40.48)
Trenton Julian (1:41.44)
Drew Kibler (1:41.16)
 United States 16 December 2022 Melbourne [51]
2 6:46.54 Thomas Neill (1:41.50)
Kyle Chalmers (1:40.35)
Flynn Southam (1:41.50)
Mack Horton (1:43.19)
 Australia 16 December 2022 Melbourne [52]
3 6:46.81 Luiz Altamir Melo (1:42.03), Fernando Scheffer (1:40.99), Leonardo Coelho Santos (1:42.81), Breno Correia (1:40.98)  Brazil 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
4 6:46.84 Martin Malyutin (1:42.34), Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:41.57), Ivan Girev (1:41.85), Aleksandr Krasnykh (1:41.08)  Russia 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
5 6:47.00 Kieran Smith (1:41.79), Trenton Julian (1:41.35), Carson Foster (1:41.65), Ryan Held (1:42.21)  United States 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [53]
6 6:47.53 Ji Xinjie (1:42.67), Xu Jiayu (1:41.68), Sun Yang (1:41.25), Wang Shun (1:41.93)  China 14 December 2018 Hangzhou
7 6:49.04  Russia 16 December 2010 Dubai
8 6:49.12 Vladislav Grinev (1:43.18), Aleksandr Shchegolev (1:40.86), Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:42.16), Ivan Girev (1:42.92)  Russia 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [54]
9 6:49.58  United States 16 December 2010 Dubai
10 6:49.60 Fernando Scheffer (1:42.51), Murilo Sartori (1:42.07), Kaique Alves (1:43.15), Breno Correia (1:41.87)  Brazil 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [55]
11 6:49.63 Matteo Ciampi (1:42.68)
Thomas Ceccon (1:42.61)
Alberto Razzetti (1:42.76)
Paolo Conte Bonin (1:41.58)
 Italy 16 December 2022 Melbourne [56]
12 6:49.84
13 6:51.05
14 6:51.17
15 6:51.40
16 6:51.48 Matteo Ciampi (1:42.93), Thomas Ceccon (1:44.23), Filippo Megli (1:42.99), Alberto Razzetti (1:41.33)  Italy 19 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [57]
17 6:51.68
18 6:51.80
19 6:51.96
20 6:52.04 Temma Watanabe (1:43.78)
Katsuhiro Matsumoto (1:40.66)
Hidenari Mano (1:43.18)
Shuya Matsumoto (1:44.42)
 Japan 16 December 2022 Melbourne [58]
21 6:52.10
22 6:52.13
23 6:52.29
24 6:52.66

Women long course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2021[59]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:39.29 Madison Wilson (1:56.27)
Kiah Melverton (1:55.40)
Mollie O'Callaghan (1:54.80)
Ariarne Titmus (1:52.82)
 Australia 31 July 2022 Birmingham [60]
2 7:40.33 Yang Junxuan (1:54.37)
Tang Muhan (1:55.00)
Zhang Yufei (1:55.66)
Li Bingjie (1:55.30)
 China 29 July 2021 Tokyo [61]
3 7:40.73 Allison Schmitt (1:56.34)
Paige Madden (1:55.25)
Katie McLaughlin (1:55.38)
Katie Ledecky (1:53.76)
 United States 29 July 2021 Tokyo [62]
4 7:41.29 Ariarne Titmus (1:54.51)
Emma McKeon (1:55.31)
Madison Wilson (1:55.62)
Leah Neale (1:55.85)
 Australia 29 July 2021 Tokyo [63]
5 7:41.45 Claire Weinstein (1:56.79)
Leah Smith (1:56.49)
Katie Ledecky (1:53.67)
Bella Sims (1:54.60)
 United States 22 June 2022 Budapest
6 7:41.50 Ariarne Titmus (1:54.27)
Madison Wilson (1:56.73)
Brianna Throssell (1:55.60)
Emma McKeon (1:54.90)
 Australia 25 July 2019 Gwangju
4 7:41.87 Simone Manuel (1:56.09)
Katie Ledecky (1:54.61)
Melanie Margalis (1:55.81)
Katie McLaughlin (1:55.36)
 United States 25 July 2019 Gwangju
8 7:42.08 Yang Yu (1:55.47)
Zhu Qianwei (1:55.79)
Liu Jing (1:56.09)
Pang Jiaying (1:54.73)
 China 30 July 2009 Rome
9 7:42.56 Dana Vollmer (1:55.29)
Lacey Nymeyer (1:57.88)
Ariana Kukors (1:55.18)
Allison Schmitt (1:54.21)
 United States 30 July 2009 Rome
10 7:42.92 Missy Franklin (1:55.96)
Dana Vollmer (1:56.02)
Shannon Vreeland (1:56.85)
Allison Schmitt (1:54.09)
 United States 1 August 2012 London
11 7:43.03 Allison Schmitt (1:56.21)
Leah Smith (1:56.69)
Maya DiRado (1:56.36)
Katie Ledecky (1:53.74)
 United States 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
12 7:43.39 Leah Smith (1:55.97)
Mallory Comerford (1:56.92)
Melanie Margalis (1:56.48)
Katie Ledecky (1:54.02)
 United States 27 July 2017 Budapest
13 7:43.77 Summer McIntosh (1:55.74)
Rebecca Smith (1:57.30)
Kayla Sanchez (1:55.59)
Penny Oleksiak (1:55.14)
 Canada 29 July 2021 Tokyo [64]
14 7:43.86 Madison Wilson (1:56.74)
Leah Neale (1:55.27)
Kiah Melverton (1:55.91)
Mollie O'Callaghan (1:55.94)
 Australia 22 June 2022 Budapest
15 7:44.12 Ariarne Titmus (1:55.27)
Emma McKeon (1:55.66)
Mikkayla Sheridan (1:56.72)
Madeline Groves (1:56.47)
 Australia 10 August 2018 Tokyo [65]
16 7:44.31 Stephanie Rice (1:56.60)
Bronte Barratt (1:56.58)
Kylie Palmer (1:55.22)
Linda Mackenzie (1:55.91)
 Australia 14 August 2008 Beijing
17 7:44.35 Kayla Sanchez (1:57.32)
Taylor Ruck (1:56.41)
Emily Overholt (1:55.26)
Penny Oleksiak (1:54.36)
 Canada 25 July 2019 Gwangju
18 7:44.37 Allison Schmitt (1:58.62)
Leah Smith (1:56.44)
Katie McLaughlin (1:55.47)
Katie Ledecky (1:53.84)
 United States 10 August 2018 Tokyo
19 7:44.41 Bronte Barratt (1:55.76)
Melanie Schlanger (1:55.62)
Kylie Palmer (1:56.91)
Alicia Coutts (1:56.12)
 Australia 1 August 2012 London
20 7:44.61 Mollie O'Callaghan (1:55.11)
Meg Harris (1:57.01)
Brianna Throssell (1:56.46)
Tamsin Cook (1:56.03)
 Australia 28 July 2021 Tokyo
21 7:44.76 Summer McIntosh (1:54.79)
Kayla Sanchez (1:57.39)
Taylor Ruck (1:56.75)
Penny Oleksiak (1:55.83)
 Canada 22 June 2022 Budapest
22 7:44.87 Leah Neale (1:57.95)
Emma McKeon (1:54.64)
Bronte Barratt (1:55.81)
Tamsin Cook (1:56.47)
 Australia 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
23 7:44.96 Ai Yanhan (1:56.62)
Liu Zixuan (1:56.34)
Zhang Yuhan (1:56.54)
Li Bingjie (1:55.46)
 China 27 July 2017 Budapest
24 7:45.14 Katie Ledecky (1:56.32)
Shannon Vreeland (1:56.97)
Karlee Bispo (1:57.58)
Missy Franklin (1:54.27)
 United States 1 August 2013 Barcelona
25 7:45.37 Missy Franklin (1:55.95)
Leah Smith (1:56.86)
Katie McLaughlin (1:56.92)
Katie Ledecky (1:55.64)
 United States 6 August 2015 Kazan

Women short course[edit]

  • Correct as of December 2022[66]
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:30.87 Madison Wilson (1:53.13)
Mollie O'Callaghan (1:52.83)
Leah Neale (1:52.67)
Lani Pallister (1:52.24)
 Australia 14 December 2022 Melbourne [67]
2 7:32.85 Inge Dekker (1:54.73)
Femke Heemskerk (1:51.22)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (1:54.17)
Sharon van Rouwendaal (1:52.73)
 Netherlands 3 December 2014 Doha
3 7:32.96 Summer McIntosh (1:54.30)
Kayla Sanchez (1:52.97)
Katerine Savard (1:54.01)
Rebecca Smith (1:51.68)
 Canada 20 December 2021 Abu Dhabi [68]
4 7:33.89 Katerine Savard (1:55.53)
Taylor Ruck (1:51.69)
Kennedy Goss (1:54.62)
Penny Oleksiak (1:52.05)
 Canada 10 December 2016 Windsor
5 7:34.08 Li Bingjie (1:54.56)
Yang Junxuan (1:53.06)
Zhang Yuhan (1:53.94)
Wang Jianjiahe (1:52.52)
 China 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
6 7:34.47 Rebecca Smith (1:52.15)
Katerine Savard (1:54.78)
Mary-Sophie Harvey (1:54.81)
Taylor Ruck (1:52.73)
 Canada 14 December 2022 Melbourne [69]
7 7:34.70 Alex Walsh (1:53.90)
Hali Flickinger (1:53.48)
Erin Gemmell (1:52.23)
Leah Smith (1:55.09)
 United States 14 December 2022 Melbourne [70]
8 7:35.30 Leah Smith (1:55.85)
Mallory Comerford (1:53.00)
Melanie Margalis (1:53.59)
Erika Brown (1:52.86)
 United States 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
9 7:35.94 Chen Qian (1:54.73)
Tang Yi (1:53.54)
Liu Jing (1:53.59)
Zhu Qianwei (1:54.08)
 China 15 December 2010 Dubai
10 7:36.40 Ariarne Titmus (1:52.22)
Minna Atherton (1:54.73)
Carla Buchanan (1:54.82)
Abbey Harkin (1:54.63)
 Australia 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
11 7:36.53 Torri Huske (1:54.72)
Abbey Weitzeil (1:54.31)
Melanie Margalis (1:54.83)
Paige Madden (1:52.67)
 United States 20 December 2021 Abu Dhabi
12 7:36.64 Anna Egorova (1:54.18)
Daria Mullakaeva (1:55.22)
Anastasia Guzhenkova (1:53.94)
Veronika Andrusenko (1:53.30)
 Russia 15 December 2018 Hangzhou
13 7:37.02 Qiu Yuhan (1:53.26)
Cao Yue (1:54.48)
Guo Junjun (1:55.14)
Shen Duo (1:54.14)
 China 3 December 2014 Doha
14 7:37.57 Blair Evans (1:54.87)
Jade Neilsen (1:54.87)
Kelly Stubbins (1:55.41)
Kylie Palmer (1:52.42)
 Australia 15 December 2010 Dubai
15 7:38.33 Camille Muffat (1:53.17)
Coralie Balmy (1:53.71)
Mylène Lazare (1:56.24)
Ophélie Etienne (1:55.21)
 France 15 December 2010 Dubai
16 7:38.42 Katie Hoff (1:53.37)
Dagny Knutson (1:56.15)
Missy Franklin (1:55.30)
Dana Vollmer (1:53.60)
 United States 15 December 2010 Dubai
17 7:38.59 Leah Neale (1:54.15)
Madison Wilson (1:54.37)
Brianna Throssell (1:56.80)
Kylie Palmer (1:53.27)
 Australia 3 December 2014 Doha
18 7:38.65 Leah Smith (1:54.87)
Mallory Comerford (1:55.32)
Sarah Gibson (1:55.43)
Madisyn Cox (1:55.03)
 United States 10 December 2016 Windsor
19 7:38.90 Inge Dekker (1:55.36)
Femke Heemskerk (1:53.44)
Marleen Veldhuis (1:54.17)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (1:55.93)
 Netherlands 10 April 2008 Manchester
20 7:38.96 Joanne Jackson (1:54.78)
Melanie Marshall (1:55.83)
Caitlin McClatchey (1:54.64)
Rebecca Adlington (1:53.71)
 Great Britain 10 April 2008 Manchester
21 7:39.01 Bronte Barratt (1:57.30)
Angie Bainbridge (1:53.88)
Kelly Stubbins (1:55.29)
Kylie Palmer (1:52.54)
 Australia 10 April 2008 Manchester
22 7:39.20 Inge Dekker (1:54.80)
Esmee Vermeulen (1:55.56)
Sharon van Rouwendaal (1:54.14)
Femke Heemskerk (1:54.70)
 Netherlands 3 December 2014 Doha
23 7:39.21 Evelyn Verrasztó (1:54.65)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (1:54.85)
Boglárka Kapás (1:56.58)
Katinka Hosszú (1:53.13)
 Hungary 3 December 2014 Doha
24 7:39.25 Megan Romano (1:56.03)
Chelsea Chenault (1:54.78)
Shannon Vreeland (1:55.43)
Allison Schmitt (1:53.01)
 United States 12 December 2012 Istanbul
25 7:39.48 Shannon Vreeland (1:55.22)
Kathleen Baker (1:54.22)
Katie Drabot (1:54.74)
Elizabeth Beisel (1:55.30)
 United States 3 December 2014 Doha

Mixed long course[edit]

  • Correct as of August 2022
Pos Time Swimmer Nationality Date Venue Ref
1 7:28.16 Thomas Dean (1:46.15)
Matthew Richards (1:46.91)
Freya Colbert (1:57.29)
Freya Anderson (1:57.81)
 Great Britain 16 August 2022 Rome [71]
2 7:29.25 Hadrien Salvan (1:47.63)
Wissam-Amazigh Yebba (1:46.53)
Charlotte Bonnet (1:56.39)
Lucile Tessariol (1:58.70)
 France 16 August 2022 Rome [72]
15 7:41.29 Kamil Sieradzki (1:49.04)
Mateusz Chowaniec (1:50.94)
Aleksandra Knop (2:02.31)
Aleksandra Polańska (1:59.00)
 Poland 16 August 2022 Rome [73]

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