List of IPC world records in swimming – Women's long course

The world records in disability swimming are ratified by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). These are the fastest performances in swimming events at meets sanctioned by the IPC.

This article lists the women's world records in long course competition. The International Paralympic Committee provides information on the current world records at their official site,[1] though the times present sometimes differ from those provided elsewhere.

50 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
50m freestyle S1 53.95 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 6 June 2014 - Kristiansand, Norway [2]
50m freestyle S2 53.94 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 5 August 2014 - Eindhoven, Netherlands [2]
50m freestyle S3 42.21 Zulfiya Gabidullina   Kazakhstan 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [3]
50m freestyle S4 37.87 Rachael Watson   Australia 12 April 2017 Australian Championships Brisbane, Australia [4]
50m freestyle S5 35.88 = Teresa Perales Fernandez   Spain 15 September 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China [2]
50m freestyle S5 35.88 = Natalia Ziani   Ukraine 30 August 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [5]
50m freestyle S6 32.78 Yelyzaveta Mereshko   Ukraine 13 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [6]
50m freestyle S7 31.64 Mallory Weggemann   United States 17 August 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [7]
50m freestyle S8 28.97 Alice Tai   Great Britain 8 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [8]
50m freestyle S9 28.24 Michelle Konkoly   United States 1 July 2016 - Charlotte, United States
50m freestyle S10 27.37 Aurélie Rivard   Canada 9 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [9]
50m freestyle S11 30.22 Maryna Piddubna   Ukraine 13 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [10]
50m freestyle S12 26.90 Oxana Savchenko   Russia 7 September 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [11]
50m freestyle S13 27.34 Anna Stetsenko   Ukraine 14 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [12]
50m freestyle S14 27.53 Marlou van der Kulk   Netherlands 8 December 2013 Amsterdam Swim Cup Amsterdam, Netherlands [13]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

100 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
100 m freestyle S1 1:56.95 h Ingrid Thunem   Norway 25 April 2014 28th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [14]
100 m freestyle S2 1:56.51 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 4 August 2014 European Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [2]
100 m freestyle S3 1:30.07 Zulfiya Gabidullina   Kazakhstan 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [15]
100 m freestyle S4 1:25.42 h Monica Boggioni   Italy 7 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [16]
100 m freestyle S5 1:16.65 Teresa Perales Fernandez   Spain 7 September 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China
100 m freestyle S6 1:11.40 Yelyzaveta Mereshko   Ukraine 17 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [17]
100 m freestyle S7 1:08.03 Jacqueline Freney   Australia 19 March 2012 Australian Olympic Trials Adelaide, Australia [18]
100 m freestyle S8 1:03.66 Alice Tai   Great Britain 31 May 2018 British Para-Swimming International Meet Sheffield, United Kingdom [19]
100 m freestyle S9 1:00.91 Michelle Konkolly   United States 12 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [20]
100 m freestyle S10 59.17 Aurélie Rivard   Canada 14 August 2015 Parapan American Games Toronto, Canada [21]
100 m freestyle S11 1:07.22 Liesette Bruinsma   Netherlands 10 April 2016 Swim Cup Eindhoven, Netherlands [22]
100 m freestyle S12 58.41 Oxana Savchenko   Russia 4 September 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [23]
100 m freestyle S13 58.05 Anna Stetsenko   Ukraine 4 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [24]
100 m freestyle S14 56.58 Bethany Firth   Great Britain 4 March 2016 - Bangor, Northern Ireland [2]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

200 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
200 m freestyle S1 5:06.38 Ganna Ielisavetska   Ukraine 16 August 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [25]
200 m freestyle S2 4:47.10 Feng Yazhu   China 29 September 2015 - Sochi, Russia
200 m freestyle S3 3:24.53 h Zulfiya Gabidullina   Kazakhstan 6 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [26]
200 m freestyle S4 3:02.84 h Monica Boggioni   Italy 6 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [27]
200 m freestyle S5 2:44.61 Béatrice Hess   France 23 October 2000 - Sydney, Australia
200 m freestyle S6 2:35.09 Yelyzaveta Mereshko   Ukraine 13 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [28]
200 m freestyle S7 2:27.41 Mallory Weggemann   United States 15 August 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [29]
200 m freestyle S8 2:18.42 Jessica Long   United States 19 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [30]
200 m freestyle S9 2:09.88 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 5 December 2009 - Germiston, South Africa
200 m freestyle S10 2:10.98 Aurelie Rivard   Canada 6 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [31]
200 m freestyle S11 2:32.80 Daniela Schulte   Germany 9 June 2016 30th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [32]
200 m freestyle S12 2:14.55 Naomi Maike Schnittger   Germany 27 April 2014 28th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [33]
200 m freestyle S13 2:07.64 Rebecca Meyers   United States 12 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [34]
200 m freestyle S14 2:03.54 Valeriia Shabalina   Russia 1 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [35]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

400 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
400m freestyle S6 5:14.69 Yelyzaveta Mereshko   Ukraine 6 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [36]
400m freestyle S7 4:59.02 Jacqueline Freney   Australia 6 September 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [37]
400m freestyle S8 4:40.33 Lakeisha Patterson   Australia 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [38]
400m freestyle S9 4:23.81 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 12 September 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China
400m freestyle S10 4:29.27 Aurélie Rivard   Canada 9 August 2018 Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships Cairns, Australia [39]
400m freestyle S11 5:04.74 Liesette Bruinsma   Netherlands 15 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [40]
400m freestyle S12 4:37.14 Hannah Russell   Great Britain 18 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [41]
400m freestyle S13 4:19.59 Rebecca Meyers   United States 12 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [42]
400m freestyle S14 4:27.08 Jessica-Jane Applegate   Great Britain 8 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [43]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

800 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
800m freestyle S6 11:03.41 Eleanor Simmonds   Great Britain 7 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [44]
800 m freestyle S7 11:14.35 Mallory Weggemann   United States 10 December 2011 CanAm Open Championships La Mirada, United States [45]
800 m freestyle S8 10:17.50 Jessica Long   United States 18 March 2007 - Montreal, Canada
800 m freestyle S9 8:59.09 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 15 April 2010 South African Nationals Durban, South Africa [46]
800 m freestyle S10 9:18.36 Oliwia Jablonska   Poland 7 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [47]
800 m freestyle S11 10:57.82 Daniela Schulte   Germany 23 May 2013 27th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [48]
800 m freestyle S12 10:11.92 Ana Garcia-Arcicollar   Spain 6 August 2003 - Quebec, Canada
800 m freestyle S13 9:44.88 Valérie Grand'Maison   Canada 18 March 2007 - Montreal, Canada
800 m freestyle S14 9:15.69 Jessica-Jane Applegate   Great Britain 7 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [49]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

1500 m freestyleEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
1500 m freestyle S6 vacant
1500 m freestyle S7 20:20.78 McKenzie Coan   United States 16 December 2018 U.S. Para National Championships Tucson, United States [50]
1500 m freestyle S8 20:00.35 Jessica Long   United States 15 April 2007 - Rochester, MI, United States
1500 m freestyle S9 17:16.57 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 8 April 2005 - East London, South Africa, South Africa
1500 m freestyle S10 18:33.86 Susan Beth Scott   United States 17 May 2009 - Cincinnati, United States
1500 m freestyle S11 21:37.53 Daniela Schulte   Germany 13 Jul 2008 - Victoria, BC, Canada
1500 m freestyle S12 vacant
1500 m freestyle S13 19:41.95 Elizabeth Scott   United States 25 Jun 2000 - Indianapolis, United States
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

50 m backstrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
50 m backstroke S1 1:06.53 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 6 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [51]
50 m backstroke S2 59.38 Yip Pin Xiu   Singapore 10 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [52]
50 m backstroke S3 49.91 h Peng Qiuping   China 10 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [53]
50 m backstroke S4 46.51 h Cheng Jiao   China 3 December 2017 IPC Championships Mexico City, Mexico [54]
50 m backstroke S5 38.68 Nataliia Prologaieva   Ukraine 17 Aug 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [55]
50 m backstroke S6 38.17 Song Lingling   China 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [56]
50 m backstroke S7 39.04 Kirsten Bruhn   Germany 29 June 2012 26th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [57]
50 m backstroke S8 32.01 Alice Tai   Great Britain 7 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [58]
50 m backstroke S9 32.76 Nuria Marques Soto   Spain 7 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [59]
50 m backstroke S10 31.62 Sophie Pascoe   New Zealand 10 April 2014 New Zealand Championships Auckland, New Zealand [60]
50 m backstroke S11 36.49 Daniela Schulte   Germany 24 May 2013 27th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [61]
50 m backstroke S12 31.62 Hannah Russell   Great Britain 14 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [62]
50 m backstroke S13 30.72 Anna Krivshina   Russia 10 June 2016 30th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [63]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

100 m backstrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
100m backstroke S1 2:25.71 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 4 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [64]
100m backstroke S2 2:07.09 Yip Pin Xiu   Singapore 10 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [52]
100m backstroke S3 1:47.91 Lisette Teunissen   Netherlands 16 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [65]
100m backstroke S4 1:52.72 Kay Espenhayn   Germany 27 May 2000 - Berlin, Germany
100m backstroke S5 1:32.91 Karina Lauridsen   Denmark 27 May 2007 - Berlin, Germany [66]
100m backstroke S6 1:21.43 Song Lingling   China 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [67]
100m backstroke S7 1:20.13 Shelby Newkirk   Canada 19 July 2018 Canadian Trials Edmonton, Canada [68]
100m backstroke S8 1:12.94 Stephanie Millward   Great Britain 27 July 2016 - Sheffield, United Kingdom
100m backstroke S9 1:07.66 Alice Tai   Great Britain 29 April 2017 British Para-Swimming International Meet Sheffield, United Kingdom [69]
100m backstroke S10 1:05.86 h Summer Mortimer   Netherlands 16 July 2015 World Championships Glasgow, United Kingdom [70]
100m backstroke S11 1:17.96 Mary Fisher   New Zealand 9 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [71]
100m backstroke S12 1:06.06 Hannah Russell   Great Britain 14 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [72]
100m backstroke S13 1:05.76 Carlotta Gilli   Italy 17 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [73]
100m backstroke S14 1:04.05 Bethany Firth   Great Britain 8 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [74]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

200 m backstrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
200m backstroke S6 2:57.08 Verena Schott   Germany 6 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [75]
200m backstroke S7 2:52.34 Nora Meister    Switzerland 6 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [76]
200m backstroke S8 2:31.04 Alica Tai   Great Britain 6 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [77]
200m backstroke S9 2:28.29 Stéphanie Dixon   Canada 23 Jul 2005 - Winnipeg, Canada
200m backstroke S10 2:36.06 Shireen Sapiro   South Africa 6 Apr 2009 - Port Elizabeth, South Africa
200m backstroke S11 2:50.88 Daniela Schulte   Germany 30 June 2012 26th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [78]
200m backstroke S12 2:31.13 Trischa Zorn   United States 8 Sep 1992 Paralympic Games Barcelona, Spain
200m backstroke S13 2:31.34 Abby Kane   Great Britain 9 June 2016 30th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [79]
200m backstroke S14 2:27.42 Chloe Davies   Great Britain 18 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [80]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

50m breaststrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
50 m breaststroke SB1 1:43.89 Liv Tone Lind   Norway 8 Sep 1992 Paralympic Games Barcelona, Spain
50 m breaststroke SB2 1:11.47 Jennie Ekström   Sweden 10 August 2014 European Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [81]
50 m breaststroke SB3 52.65 Cheng Jiao   China 5 December 2017 IPC Championships Mexico City, Mexico [82]
50 m breaststroke SB4 52.62 Theresa Goh   Singapore 21 Jan 2008 - Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
50 m breaststroke SB5 43.48 Kirsten Bruhn   Germany 5 September 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [83]
50 m breaststroke SB6 43.06 Tiffany Thomas Kane   Australia 9 April 2016 Australian Championships Adelaide, Australia [84][85]
50 m breaststroke SB7 42.07 Jessica Long   United States 14 June 2012 - Bismarck, North Dakota, United States
50m breaststroke SB8 34.12 Brock Whiston   Great Britain 8 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [86]
50m breaststroke SB9 33.36 Chantalle Zijderveld   Netherlands 8 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [87]
50 m breaststroke SB11 38.02 Zhang Xiaotong   China 13 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [88]
50m breaststroke SB12 34.11 Elena Krawzow   Germany 8 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [89]
50 m breaststroke SB13 33.96 Fotimakhon Amilova   Uzbekistan 11 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [90]
50 m breaststroke SB14 33.94 Michelle Alonso Morales   Spain 23 April 2016 British Para-Swimming International Meet Glasgow, United Kingdom [91]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

100 m breaststrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
100m breaststroke SB1 vacant
100m breaststroke SB2 3:01.79 Christina Ziegler   Germany 26 Mar 2006 - Cologne, Germany
100m breaststroke SB3 2:09.65 Margaret McEleny   Great Britain 28 Oct 1999 - Sydney, Australia
100m breaststroke SB4 1:43.99 Nataliia Prologaieva   Ukraine 4 September 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [92]
100m breaststroke SB5 1:33.85 h Kirsten Bruhn   Germany 16 Aug 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [25]
100m breaststroke SB6 1:33.63 Maisie Summers-Newton   Great Britain 15 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [93]
100m breaststroke SB7 1:28.53 Jessica Long   United States 14 June 2012 USA Paralympic Swimming Trials Bismarck, United States [94]
100m breaststroke SB8 1:14.41 Brock Whiston   Great Britain 6 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [95]
100m breaststroke SB9 1:12.42 Chantalle Zijderveld   Netherlands 13 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [96]
100m breaststroke SB11 1:24.63 Liesette Bruinsma   Netherlands 9 April 2016 Swim Cup Eindhoven, Netherlands [97]
100m breaststroke SB11 1:23.02 Zhang Xiaotong   China 13 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [98]
100m breaststroke SB12 1:12.71 h Elena Krawzow   Germany 6 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [99]
100m breaststroke SB13 1:09.57 Fotimakhon Amilova   Uzbekistan 11 October 2018 Asian Para Games Jakarta, Indonesia [100]
100m breaststroke SB14 1:12.61 Michelle Alonso Morales   Spain 23 April 2016 British Para-Swimming International Meet Glasgow, United Kingdom [91]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

200m breaststrokeEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date meet Location Ref
200 m breaststroke SB4 4:17.38 Theresa Goh   Singapore 27 May 2007 - Berlin, Germany
200 m breaststroke SB5 3:23.12 Kirsten Bruhn   Germany 31 May 2009 - Berlin, Germany
200 m breaststroke SB6 3:36.37 Deborah Gruen   United States 4 Apr 2008 - Minneapolis, United States
200 m breaststroke SB7 3:14.96 Lisa Den Barber   Netherlands 17 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [101]
200 m breaststroke SB8 2:53.89 Sisse Egeborg   Denmark 28 Jun 2003 - Gladsaxe, Denmark
200 m breaststroke SB9 2:47.96 Chantalle Zijderveld   Netherlands 9 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [102]
200 m breaststroke SB11 3:11.18 Elaine Barrett   Great Britain 5 Aug 2003 - Quebec, Canada
200m breaststroke SB12 2:38.69 Elena Krawzow   Germany 9 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [103]
200m breaststroke SB13 2:45.40 Colleen Young   United States 9 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [104]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

50m butterflyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
50 m butterfly S1 1:30.57 Kayla Wheeler   United States 4 April 2013 Can-Am Championships Minneapolis, United States [105]
50 m butterfly S2 58.27 Ingrid Thunem   Norway 7 July 2015 Bergen, Norway
50 m butterfly S3 56.00 Patricia Valle Benitez   Mexico 24 May 2013 27th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [106]
50 m butterfly S4 52.90 Tammy Cunnington   Canada 8 April 2016 Canadian Trials Toronto, Canada [107]
50 m butterfly S5 40.51 Olena Akopyan   Ukraine 13 Sep 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China
50 m butterfly S6 35.48 Oksana Khrul   Ukraine 7 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [108]
50 m butterfly S7 33.81 Mallory Weggemann   United States 16 June 2012 USA Paralympic Swimming Trials Bismarck, United States
50m butterfly S8 30.62 Alice Tai   Great Britain 9 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [109]
50 m butterfly S9 30.42 Abigail Lihou   Australia 13 April 2017 Australian Championships Brisbane, Australia [110]
50 m butterfly S10 28.38 Sophie Pascoe   New Zealand 19 March 2013 State New Zealand Open Championships Auckland, New Zealand [111]
50 m butterfly S11 32.92 Mary Fisher   New Zealand 1 April 2016 Auckland, New Zealand
50m butterfly S12 29.49 Elena Krawzow   Germany 9 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [112]
50 m butterfly S13 27.98 Carlotta Gilli   Italy 9 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [113]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

100 m butterflyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
100m butterfly S5 1:44.55 h Réka Kézdi   Hungary 16 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [114]
100m butterfly S6 1:26.30 Eleanor Robinson   Great Britain 16 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [115]
100m butterfly S7 1:18.65 Nikita Howarth   New Zealand 9 June 2016 30th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [116]
100m butterfly S8 1:08.20 Stephanie Slater   Great Britain 6 August 2014 European Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [117]
100m butterfly S9 1:06.74 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 7 Sep 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China
100m butterfly S10 1:02.60 Sophie Pascoe   New Zealand 31 March 2016 New Zealand Open Auckland, New Zealand [118]
100m butterfly S11 1:15.17 Mary Fisher   New Zealand 22 March 2013 State New Zealand Open Championships Auckland, New Zealand [119]
100m butterfly S12 1:03.11 Joanna Mendak   Poland 2 Jun 2006 - Berlin, Germany
100m butterfly S13 1:02.64 Carlotta Gilli   Italy 3 December 2017 IPC Championships Mexico City, Mexico [120]
100m butterfly S14 1:04.13 Jessica-Jane Applegate   Great Britain 18 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [121]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

200 m butterflyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
200 m butterfly S8 2:47.36 Jessica Long   United States 2 Oct 2010 - Santa Clara, United States
200m butterfly S9 2:30.46 Toni Shaw   Great Britain 8 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [122]
200 m butterfly S10 2:34.01 Gemma Dashwood   Australia 5 Oct 1997 - Melbourne, Australia
200 m butterfly S11 2:50.93 Mary Fisher   New Zealand 20 March 2013 State New Zealand Open Championships Auckland, New Zealand [123]
200 m butterfly S12 2:46.53 Carla Casals   Spain 30 June 2012 26th International IPC German Championships Berlin, Germany [124]
200 m butterfly S13 2:31.88 Rhiannon Henry   Great Britain 15 Jul 2005 - Portland, OR, United States
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

150 m individual medleyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
150 m individual medley SM1 3:45.84 h Ingrid Thunem   Norway 26 April 2014 28th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [125]
150 m individual medley SM2 5:00.16 h Zsanett Adami   Hungary 26 April 2014 28th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [126]
150 m individual medley SM3 2:54.14 Olga Sviderska   Ukraine 12 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [127]
150 m individual medley SM4 2:41.52 Monica Boggioni   Italy 7 December 2017 IPC Championships Mexico City, Mexico [128]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

200m individual medleyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
200m individual medley SM3 4:56.49 Karen Breumso   Denmark 6 Dec 2003 - Esbjerg, Denmark
200m individual medley SM4 4:12.91 Gina Böttcher   Germany 9 June 2019 International German Championships Berlin, Germany [129]
200m individual medley SM5 3:13.43 Nataliia Prologaieva   Ukraine 31 August 2012 Paralympic Games London, United Kingdom [130]
200m individual medley SM6 2:59.60 Maisie Summers-Newton   Great Britain 14 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [131]
200m individual medley SM7 2:48.43 Mallory Weggemann   United States 18 Aug 2010 World Championships Eindhoven, Netherlands [132]
200m individual medley SM8 2:36.00 Jessica Long   United States 16 June 2012 USA Paralympic Swimming Trials Bismarck, North Dakota, United States [133]
200m individual medley SM9 2:27.83 Natalie du Toit   South Africa 11 Sep 2008 Paralympic Games Beijing, China
200m individual medley SM10 2:24.90 Sophie Pascoe   New Zealand 11 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [134]
200m individual medley SM11 2:46.58 Liesette Bruinsma   Netherlands 17 August 2018 European Championships Dublin, Republic of Ireland [135]
200m individual medley SM12 2:24.86 Darya Stukalova   Russia 14 July 2015 World Championships Glasgow, United Kingdom [136]
200m individual medley SM13 2:21.82 Fotimakhon Amilova   Uzbekistan 9 October 2018 Asian Para Games Jakarta, Indonesia [137]
200m individual medley SM14 2:18.37 Valeriia Shabalina   Russia 7 May 2016 European Championships Funchal, Portugal [138]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

400 m individual medleyEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
400 m individual medley SM6 7:09.65 Miranda Uhl   United States 11 Jul 2008 - Victoria, BC, Canada
400 m individual medley SM7 7:34.74 Deborah Gruen   United States 19 Mar 2009 - Gresham, OR, United States
400 m individual medley SM8 5:38.73 Jessica Long   United States 17 April 2015 29th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [139]
400 m individual medley SM9 5:23.91 Amy Marren   Great Britain 25 April 2014 28th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [140]
400 m individual medley SM10 5:40.15 Sarah Bailey   Great Britain 24 Jun 1995 - Wigan, United Kingdom
400 m individual medley SM11 6:06.35 Daniela Schulte   Germany 9 June 2016 30th International German Championships Berlin, Germany [141]
400 m individual medley SM12 5:29.62 Trischa Zorn   United States 17 Jul 1990 - Drachten, Netherlands
400 m individual medley SM13 5:29.92 Valérie Grand'Maison   Canada 24 May 2007 - Berlin, Germany
400 m individual medley SM14 5:13.91 Jessica-Jane Applegate   Great Britain 6 July 2017 31st International German Championships Berlin, Germany [142]
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

Freestyle relaysEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
4×50 m freestyle relay 20 points 2:37.16   Ukraine 14 August 2013 World Championships Montreal, Canada [143][144]
4×50 m freestyle relay S11–13 2:19.66   United States 15 Jul 1990 - Assen, Netherlands
4×100 m freestyle relay 34 points 4:16.65
  Australia 15 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [145]
4×100 m freestyle relay 40 points 4:53.06   Poland 28 May 2000 - Oświęcim, Poland
4×100 m freestyle relay 49 points 4:33.62   Great Britain 10 Dec 2002 - Mar del Plata, Argentina
4×100 m freestyle relay S11–13 4:33.52   Germany 22 Aug 1996 Paralympic Games Atlanta, United States
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

Medley relaysEdit

Event Class Time Name Nation Date Meet Location Ref
4×50 m medley relay 20 points 2:57.35   Ukraine 16 August 2013 World Championships Montreal, Canada [146]
4×50 m medley relay S11–13 2:37.17   United States 23 Jul 1990 - Assen, Netherlands
4×100 m medley relay 34 points 4:45.23
  Great Britain 16 September 2016 Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [147]
4×100 m medley relay 49 points 5:07.00   Great Britain 13 Dec 2002 - Mar del Plata, Argentina
4×100 m medley relay S11–13 5:11.58   Germany 25 Aug 1996 Paralympic Games Atlanta, United States
Legend: # – Record awaiting ratification by IPC;
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

See alsoEdit

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