2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Women's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay

The women's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 16 December 2018.[1]

Women's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay
at the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueHangzhou Sports Park Stadium
Dates16 December (heats and final)
Competitors60 from 13 nations
Teams13
Winning time1:34.03
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Australia
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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 1:33.91 Copenhagen, Denmark 15 December 2017
Championship record   Netherlands 1:34.24 Doha, Qatar 7 December 2014


ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 9:30.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2 4   Netherlands Femke Heemskerk (23.93)
Kim Busch (24.21)
Valerie van Roon (24.20)
Maaike de Waard (23.99)
1:36.33 Q
2 1 1   United States Lia Neal (24.45)
Olivia Smoliga (23.99)
Veronica Burchill (24.44)
Erika Brown (23.77)
1:36.65 Q
3 1 5   Australia Holly Barratt (23.97)
Ariarne Titmus (24.71)
Minna Atherton (24.61)
Carla Buchanan (24.58)
1:37.87 Q
4 1 4   Russia Rozaliya Nasretdinova (24.84)
Arina Surkova (24.18)
Daria Kartashova (24.43)
Veronika Andrusenko (24.81)
1:38.26 Q
5 2 7   Japan Aya Sato (24.70)
Tomomi Aoki (24.75)
Emi Moronuki (24.89)
Rika Omoto (24.13)
1:38.47 Q
6 2 5   China Liu Xiang (24.64)
Wu Yue (24.21)
Liu Xiaohan (24.72)
Wang Jingzhuo (25.16)
1:38.73 Q
7 2 6   Czech Republic Simona Kubová (25.23)
Anika Apostalon (24.28)
Barbora Seemanová (24.18)
Barbora Závadová (25.35)
1:39.04 Q
8 1 6   Germany Jessica Steiger (24.84)
Marie Pietruschka (24.86)
Annika Bruhn (24.84)
Reva Foos (24.89)
1:39.43 Q
9 2 3   Hong Kong Kan Cheuk Tung Natalie (25.28)
Sze Hang Yu (24.87)
Stephanie Au (24.77)
Chan Kin Lok (25.34)
1:40.26
10 1 7   New Zealand Paige Flynn (25.28)
Rebecca Moynihan (24.84)
Emma Godwin (24.99)
Vanessa Ouwehand (26.17)
1:41.28
11 2 2   Slovakia Barbora Mikuskova (25.76)
Laura Benková (25.87)
Tamara Potocká (25.20)
Karolina Hájková (25.27)
1:42.10
12 1 3   Turkey Selen Özbilen (25.38)
Aleyna Özkan (26.43)
Roza Erdemli (26.28)
Ekaterina Avramova (25.00)
1:43.09
13 1 2   Chinese Taipei Huang Mei-chien (25.77)
Chen Szu-an (26.56)
Wang Wan-chen (26.48)
Lin Pei-wun (26.45)
1:45.26
2 1   Brazil DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held at 18:00.[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  5   United States Madison Kennedy (24.05)
Mallory Comerford (23.28)
Kelsi Dahlia (23.37)
Erika Brown (23.33)
1:34.03 CR
  4   Netherlands Ranomi Kromowidjojo (23.60)
Femke Heemskerk (23.32)
Kim Busch (23.84)
Valerie van Roon (23.79)
1:34.55
  3   Australia Holly Barratt (24.04)
Emily Seebohm (24.10)
Minna Atherton (24.02)
Carla Buchanan (24.18)
1:36.34
4 6   Russia Maria Kameneva (24.37)
Arina Surkova (24.06)
Daria Kartashova (24.53)
Rozaliya Nasretdinova (24.13)
1:37.09
5 2   Japan Aya Sato (24.46)
Runa Imai (24.27)
Rika Omoto (24.07)
Tomomi Aoki (24.55)
1:37.35
6 7   China Liu Xiang (24.59)
Wu Yue (23.97)
Yang Junxuan (24.32)
Liu Xiaohan (24.70)
1:37.58
7 1   Czech Republic Simona Kubová (25.06)
Anika Apostalon (23.91)
Barbora Seemanová (23.90)
Barbora Závadová (25.37)
1:38.24
8 8   Germany Jessica Steiger (24.63)
Marie Pietruschka (24.73)
Annika Bruhn (24.55)
Reva Foos (24.79)
1:38.70

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". Omega Timing. 16 December 2018. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Final results