Philippines at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships
Philippines competed at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju, South Korea from 12 to 28 July. Four swimmers coached by Sherwin Santiago competed for the Philippines in the championships.
|Philippines at the|
2019 World Aquatics Championships
|National federation||Philippine Swimming Federation|
|in Gwangju, South Korea|
|Competitors||4 in 1 sport|
|World Aquatics Championships appearances|
Philippines entered four swimmers.
|James Deiparine||50 m breaststroke||27.91||33||Did not advance|
|100 m breaststroke||1:02.84||51||Did not advance|
|Luke Gebbie||50 m freestyle||23.26||58||Did not advance|
|100 m freestyle||49.94||42||Did not advance|
|Nicole Oliva||200 m freestyle||2:04.26||34||Did not advance|
|400 m freestyle||4:20.03||31||Did not advance|
|800 m freestyle||8:55.50||32||Did not advance|
|Remedy Rule||50 m freestyle||25.92||34||Did not advance|
|100 m freestyle||56.13||36||Did not advance|
|100 m butterfly||1:00.42||30||Did not advance|
|200 m butterfly||2:11.38||19||Did not advance|
|4×100 m freestyle relay||3:37.14||19||Did not start|
|4×100 m medley relay||DNS||Did not start|
- Terrado, Reuben (22 July 2019). "Four PH swimmers set to show stuff in Fina World Championships". Sports Interactive Network Philippines. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
- Navarro, June (23 July 2019). "PH swimmer Remedy Rule sets new national record in women's 100m butterfly". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 23 July 2019.
- "Swimming Entry List" (PDF). www.omegatiming.com. 17 July 2019. Retrieved 21 July 2019.