2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

The Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 5 December.[1]

Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
Dates5 December
Competitors64 from 16 nations
Winning time3:26.53
Medalists
gold medal    Netherlands
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Italy
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RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

Nation Time Location Date
World record   Netherlands 3:28.22 Amsterdam 19 December 2008
Championship record   Netherlands 3:28.54 Dubai 18 December 2010

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Event Nation Time Record
5 December Final   Netherlands 3:26.53 WR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 13:33.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 1 4   United States Natalie Coughlin (51.93)
Amy Bilquist (53.05)
Madison Kennedy (52.52)
Amanda Weir (53.52)
3:31.02 Q
2 2 5   Denmark Mie Nielsen (53.13)
Julie Levisen (53.79)
Pernille Blume (53.29)
Jeanette Ottesen (52.74)
3:32.95 Q
3 2 6   Italy Silvia Di Pietro (53.39)
Erika Ferraioli (53.15)
Alice Mizzau (54.29)
Federica Pellegrini (52.82)
3:33.65 Q
4 1 5   China Qiu Yuhan (53.24)
Tang Yi (53.18)
Shen Duo (53.47)
Zhang Yufei (54.23)
3:34.12 Q
5 2 7   Brazil Larissa Oliveira (53.48)
Daynara de Paula (53.42)
Daiane Oliveira (53.90)
Alessandra Marchioro (53.71)
3:34.51 Q, SA
6 2 4   Japan Miki Uchida (52.71)
Yayoi Matsumoto (53.61)
Tomomi Aoki (53.78)
Rino Hosoda (54.53)
3:34.63 Q
7 2 0   Netherlands Maud van der Meer (53.39)
Esmee Vermeulen (53.63)
Rieneke Terink (55.54)
Femke Heemskerk (52.32)
3:34.88 Q
8 1 7   Germany Anna Dietterle (54.60)
Annika Bruhn (53.16)
Marlene Huther (54.68)
Daniela Schreiber (52.91)
3:35.35 Q
9 1 6   Austria Lena Kreundl (54.34)
Birgit Koschischek (53.75)
Lisa Zaiser (54.18)
Jördis Steinegger (54.59)
3:36.86
10 2 1   Russia Rozaliya Nasretdinova (54.24)
Viktoriya Andreyeva (54.44)
Arina Openysheva (54.29)
Margarita Nesterova (54.01)
3:36.98
11 2 2   South Africa Lehesta Kemp (55.83)
Erin Gallagher (54.31)
Trudi Maree (55.18)
Rene Warnes (57.04)
3:42.36
12 2 8   Turkey İlknur Nihan Çakıcı (56.59)
Esra Kübra Kaçmaz (56.85)
Sezin Eligul (56.85)
Ekaterina Avramova (53.75)
3:44.04
13 1 2   Macau Tan Chi Yan (58.76)
Lei On Kei (58.70)
Long Chi Wai (1:00.07)
Choi Weng Tong (1:00.70)
3:58.23
14 1 8   India Anusha Sanjeev Mehta (1:00.96)
Malavika Vishwanath (1:00.00)
Thalasha Satish Prabhu (59.50)
Aditi Dhumatkar (58.12)
3:58.58
15 1 3   Seychelles Alexus Laird (56.78)
Anisha Payet (1:06.22)
Maria Marzocchi (1:07.92)
Felicity Passon (56.93)
4:07.85
16 1 1   Papua New Guinea Savannah Tkatchenko (1:01.90)
Shanice Paraka (1:03.50)
Tegan McCarthy (1:04.60)
Anna-Liza Mopio-Jane (58.36)
4:08.36
2 3   Sweden DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held at 20:11.[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  1   Netherlands Inge Dekker (52.39)
Femke Heemskerk (50.58)
Maud van der Meer (52.55)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (51.01)
3:26.53 WR
  4   United States Natalie Coughlin (52.25)
Abbey Weitzeil (51.57)
Madison Kennedy (51.82)
Shannon Vreeland (52.06)
3:27.70
  3   Italy Erika Ferraioli (52.70)
Silvia Di Pietro (52.30)
Aglaia Pezzato (52.72)
Federica Pellegrini (51.76)
3:29.48
4 5   Denmark Jeanette Ottesen (51.91)
Julie Levisen (53.26)
Mie Nielsen (52.03)
Pernille Blume (52.66)
3:29.86
5 6   China Qiu Yuhan (53.28)
Tang Yi (52.64)
Shen Duo (52.29)
Zhang Yufei (53.57)
3:31.78
6 7   Japan Miki Uchida (51.83)
Yayoi Matsumoto (52.93)
Tomomi Aoki (53.67)
Rino Hosoda (53.88)
3:32.31
7 2   Brazil Larissa Oliveira (53.46)
Daynara de Paula (53.88)
Daiane Oliveira (53.03)
Alessandra Marchioro (53.56)
3:33.93 SA
8 8   Germany Anna Dietterle (54.13)
Annika Bruhn (52.84)
Marlene Huther (54.38)
Daniela Schreiber (53.36)
3:34.71

ReferencesEdit