2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Women's 200 metre freestyle

The women's 200 metre freestyle competition of the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 11 December 2018.[1]

Women's 200 metre freestyle
at the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueHangzhou Sports Park Stadium
Dates11 December (heats and final)
Competitors56 from 48 nations
Winning time1:51.38
Medalists
gold medal    Australia
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    Netherlands
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RecordsEdit

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

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 1:50.43 Eindhoven 12 August 2017
Championship record Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 1:50.78 Doha 7 December 2014

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 09:59.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 1 Mallory Comerford   United States 1:52.52 Q, NR
2 4 5 Ariarne Titmus   Australia 1:52.66 Q
3 5 5 Veronika Andrusenko   Russia 1:54.11 Q
4 5 4 Femke Heemskerk   Netherlands 1:54.16 Q
5 5 3 Michelle Coleman   Sweden 1:54.22 Q
6 6 4 Federica Pellegrini   Italy 1:54.46 Q
7 4 4 Wang Jianjiahe   China 1:54.63 Q
8 6 3 Barbora Seemanová   Czech Republic 1:54.82 Q
9 6 2 Manuella Lyrio   Brazil 1:54.87
6 5 Yang Junxuan   China
11 6 6 Larissa Oliveira   Brazil 1:54.88
12 5 2 Chihiro Igarashi   Japan 1:55.21
13 4 0 Annika Bruhn   Germany 1:55.31
14 4 3 Anastasia Guzhenkova   Russia 1:55.44
15 4 2 Leah Smith   United States 1:55.52
16 5 6 Tomomi Aoki   Japan 1:55.60
17 4 6 Carla Buchanan   Australia 1:55.64
18 5 1 Katja Fain   Slovenia 1:56.71
19 5 7 Erica Musso   Italy 1:56.85
20 6 7 Reva Foos   Germany 1:56.91
21 4 8 Elisbet Gámez Matos   Cuba 1:58.37
22 6 1 Marlene Kahler   Austria 1:58.65
23 6 0 Diana Durães   Portugal 1:59.30
24 6 8 Boglárka Kapás   Hungary 1:59.41
25 6 9 Laura Benková   Slovakia 1:59.87
26 5 0 Paige Flynn   New Zealand 1:59.97
27 5 9 Natthanan Junkrajang   Thailand 2:00.30
28 4 7 Ho Nam Wai   Hong Kong 2:00.49
29 4 9 Ieva Maluka   Latvia 2:01.01
30 3 3 Ines Marin   Chile 2:01.16
31 3 1 Rachel Tseng   Singapore 2:01.31
3 5 Jasmine Alkhaldi   Philippines
33 3 4 McKeena de Bever   Peru 2:01.50
34 5 8 Selen Özbilen   Turkey 2:01.67
35 3 7 Lamija Medošević   Bosnia and Herzegovina 2:03.03
36 3 2 Shivani   India 2:03.70
37 1 7 Enkhkhuslen Batbayar   Mongolia 2:04.84
38 3 0 Elizaveta Rogozhnikova   Kyrgyzstan 2:05.41
39 3 8 Nicole Rautemberg   Paraguay 2:05.47
40 3 6 Gabriela Santis   Guatemala 2:05.76
41 3 9 Ani Poghosyan   Armenia 2:06.75 NR
42 2 9 Mya Azzopardi   Malta 2:06.77
43 2 7 Nadia Tudo Cubells   Andorra 2:07.63
44 1 3 Karla Abarca   Nicaragua 2:09.14
45 2 5 Leedia Alsafadi   Jordan 2:11.17
46 2 2 Lorna Doorman   Zimbabwe 2:12.83
47 2 4 Tinatin Kevlishvili   Georgia 2:13.74
48 2 3 Lidia Boguslawska   United States Virgin Islands 2:13.89
49 1 6 Inana Suleiman   Syria 2:14.43
50 1 4 Thimali Bandera   Sri Lanka 2:14.83
51 2 8 Bianca Mitchell   Antigua and Barbuda 2:15.17
52 1 5 Araoluwa Oyetunji   Nigeria 2:16.23
53 2 6 Eleonora Singsombath   Laos 2:20.13 NR
54 1 2 Charissa Panuve   Tonga 2:27.08
55 2 1 Jin Ju Thompson   Northern Mariana Islands 2:27.89
56 2 0 Amanda Poppe   Guam 2:36.63

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:09.[3]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Ariarne Titmus   Australia 1:51.38 OC
  4 Mallory Comerford   United States 1:51.81 NR
  6 Femke Heemskerk   Netherlands 1:52.36
4 7 Federica Pellegrini   Italy 1:53.18
5 1 Wang Jianjiahe   China 1:53.23
6 2 Michelle Coleman   Sweden 1:53.83
7 3 Veronika Andrusenko   Russia 1:54.26
8 8 Barbora Seemanová   Czech Republic 1:54.82

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". Omega Timing. 9 December 2018. Retrieved 9 December 2018.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Final results