2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

The Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 10 December 2016.[1]

Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay
at the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueWFCU Centre
Dates10 December (heats and final)
Competitors45 from 10 nations
Teams10
Winning time7:33.89 AM
Medalists
gold medal    Canada
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Russia
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RecordsEdit

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

Nation Time Location Date
World record
Championship record
  Netherlands 7:32.85 Doha 3 December 2014

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 12:12.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 1 8   United States Mallory Comerford (1:54.63)
Sarah Gibson (1:55.46)
Katie Drabot (1:56.18)
Leah Smith (1:54.98)
7:41.25 Q
2 1 3   China Zhang Yuhan (1:57.06)
Ai Yanhan (1:56.65)
Dong Jie (1:56.44)
Shen Duo (1:56.10)
7:46.25 Q
3 1 7   Canada Kennedy Goss (1:55.97)
Alexia Zevnik (1:55.87)
Taylor Ruck (1:56.79)
Penny Oleksiak (1:57.70)
7:46.33 Q
4 1 2   Russia Daria Mullakaeva (1:56.83)
Irina Krivonogova (1:57.97)
Daria Ustinova (1:54.92)
Arina Openysheva (1:56.67)
7:46.39 Q
5 1 0   Japan Tomomi Aoki (1:56.14)
Chihiro Igarashi (1:56.00)
Yui Yamane (1:58.32)
Aya Takano (1:57.01)
7:47.47 Q
6 1 9   Australia Carla Buchanan (1:57.00)
Jemma Schlicht (1:57.95)
Ariarne Titmus (1:56.71)
Kiah Melverton (1:56.95)
7:48.61 Q
7 1 5   Germany Annika Bruhn (1:56.94)
Marlene Huther (1:57.65)
Reva Foos (1:56.18)
Celine Rieder (1:59.90)
7:48.67 Q, NR
8 1 4   Denmark Signe Bro (1:57.11)
Sarah Bro (1:59.37)
Mie Nielsen (1:55.89)
Maj Howardsen (1:59.39)
7:51.76 Q
9 1 1   Czech Republic Barbora Seemanová (1:58.63)
Simona Baumrtová (1:57.33)
Barbora Závadová (1:58.15)
Martina Elhenická (1:58.78)
7:52.89 Q, NR
10 1 6   Macau Tan Chi Yan (2:07.03)
Lei On Kei (2:10.06)
Choi Weng Tong (2:13.81)
Long Chi Wai (2:11.10)
8:42.00 Q, NR

FinalEdit

The final was held at 20:18.[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  3   Canada Katerine Savard (1:55.53)
Taylor Ruck (1:51.69)
Kennedy Goss (1:54.62)
Penny Oleksiak (1:52.05)
7:33.89 AM
  4   United States Leah Smith (1:54.87)
Mallory Comerford (1:53.32)
Sarah Gibson (1:55.43)
Madisyn Cox (1:55.03)
7:38.65
  6   Russia Daria Mullakaeva (1:57.53)
Daria Ustinova (1:55.13)
Arina Openysheva (1:54.83)
Veronika Popova (1:52.44)
7:39.93 NR
4 7   Australia Brittany Elmslie (1:54.83)
Carla Buchanan (1:54.65)
Ariarne Titmus (1:55.14)
Kiah Melverton (1:55.38)
7:40.00
5 2   Japan Tomomi Aoki (1:56.49)
Chihiro Igarashi (1:54.93)
Aya Takano (1:56.73)
Rikako Ikee (1:53.82)
7:41.97 NR
6 5   China Zhang Yuhan (1:56.50)
Ai Yanhan (1:55.77)
Dong Jie (1:56.53)
Shen Duo (1:53.29)
7:42.09
7 1   Germany Annika Bruhn (1:56.79)
Reva Foos (1:55.17)
Marlene Huther (1:57.14)
Celine Rieder (1:59.12)
7:48.22 NR
8 8   Denmark Signe Bro (1:57.10)
Mie Nielsen (1:55.15)
Sarah Bro (1:58.37)
Maj Howardsen (1:59.33)
7:49.95

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2016-12-06. Retrieved 2016-12-06.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Final results