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Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 200 metre individual medley

The women's 200 metre individual medley event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 28–29 July at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Women's 200 metre individual medley
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
Venue Palau Sant Jordi
Date July 28, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
July 29, 2013 (final)
Competitors 43 from 35 nations
Winning time 2:07.92
Medalists
gold medal    Hungary
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Spain
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RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and championship records were:

World record   Ariana Kukors (USA) 2:06.15 Rome, Italy 27 July 2009 [3][4]
Competition record   Ariana Kukors (USA) 2:06.15 Rome, Italy 27 July 2009 [3][4]

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:45.[5]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 5 Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 2:08.45 Q
2 5 4 Ye Shiwen   China 2:10.20 Q
3 5 3 Emily Seebohm   Australia 2:11.12 Q
4 3 6 Elizabeth Beisel   United States 2:11.16 Q
5 3 4 Caitlin Leverenz   United States 2:11.54 Q
6 5 2 Siobhan-Marie O'Connor   Great Britain 2:11.64 Q
7 4 4 Alicia Coutts   Australia 2:11.88 Q
8 3 5 Mireia Belmonte   Spain 2:12.11 Q
9 5 6 Kanako Watanabe   Japan 2:12.28 Q
10 4 3 Sophie Allen   Great Britain 2:12.31 Q
10 4 5 Zsuzsanna Jakabos   Hungary 2:12.31 Q
12 4 2 Miho Teramura   Japan 2:12.91 Q
13 3 3 Zhang Wenqing   China 2:13.40 Q
14 3 2 Viktoriya Andreyeva   Russia 2:13.61 Q
15 4 7 Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson   Canada 2:13.84 Q
16 4 6 Beatriz Gómez Cortés   Spain 2:13.98 Q
17 4 1 Stina Gardell   Sweden 2:14.02
18 4 0 Sycerika McMahon   Ireland 2:14.38
19 5 0 Sophie de Ronchi   France 2:14.57
20 5 7 Theresa Michalak   Germany 2:14.73
21 3 7 Lisa Zaiser   Austria 2:14.85
22 3 1 Alexandra Wenk   Germany 2:14.90
23 2 5 Erica Dittmer   Mexico 2:14.93 NR
24 2 6 Barbora Závadová   Czech Republic 2:14.98
25 5 1 Stefania Pirozzi   Italy 2:14.98
26 4 8 Joanna Melo   Brazil 2:15.00
27 5 8 Alexa Komarnycky   Canada 2:15.08
28 3 8 Hanna Dzerkal   Ukraine 2:16.52
29 2 1 Marlies Ross   South Africa 2:16.94
30 4 9 Victoria Kaminskaya   Portugal 2:17.21 NR
31 3 9 Katarína Listopadová   Slovakia 2:17.87
32 2 2 Siow Yi Ting   Malaysia 2:17.90
33 3 0 Eygló Ósk Gústafsdóttir   Iceland 2:18.18
34 2 4 Cheng Wan-jung   Chinese Taipei 2:18.47
35 5 9 Ranohon Amanova   Uzbekistan 2:18.60
36 2 7 Zara Bailey   Jamaica 2:18.88
37 2 3 Tanja Kylliäinen   Finland 2:20.09
38 2 8 Samantha Yeo   Singapore 2:20.19
39 2 9 McKayla Lightbourn   Bahamas 2:20.83
40 2 0 Chan Kin Lok   Hong Kong 2:22.09
41 1 6 Matelita Buadromo   Fiji 2:27.56
42 1 4 Loreen Whitfield   American Samoa 2:28.05
43 1 5 Elvira Hasanova   Azerbaijan 2:30.27
44 1 3 Lianna Catherine Swan   Pakistan 2:32.61 NR

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:24.[6]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Ye Shiwen   China 2:09.12 Q
2 6 Mireia Belmonte   Spain 2:10.66 Q
3 2 Zsuzsanna Jakabos   Hungary 2:11.21 Q
4 3 Siobhan-Marie O'Connor   Great Britain 2:11.33 Q
5 5 Elizabeth Beisel   United States 2:11.69
6 1 Viktoriya Andreyeva   Russia 2:12.67
7 7 Miho Teramura   Japan 2:14.02
8 8 Beatriz Gómez Cortés   Spain 2:15.11

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 2:08.59 Q
2 6 Alicia Coutts   Australia 2:10.06 Q
3 7 Sophie Allen   Great Britain 2:10.23 Q
4 5 Emily Seebohm   Australia 2:10.70 Q, WD
5 3 Caitlin Leverenz   United States 2:11.05 Q
6 1 Zhang Wenqing   China 2:11.34
7 2 Kanako Watanabe   Japan 2:11.50
8 8 Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson   Canada 2:16.12

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:26.[7]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Katinka Hosszú   Hungary 2:07.92
  3 Alicia Coutts   Australia 2:09.39
  2 Mireia Belmonte   Spain 2:09.45
4 5 Ye Shiwen   China 2:10.48
5 7 Caitlin Leverenz   United States 2:10.73
6 1 Zsuzsanna Jakabos   Hungary 2:10.95
7 6 Sophie Allen   Great Britain 2:11.32
8 8 Siobhan-Marie O'Connor   Great Britain 2:12.03

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ a b "Kukors Sets World Record, Men's 4×100m Wins Gold". Team USA. 26 July 2009. Retrieved 9 July 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Auburn's Kukors sets stunning world swim record". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 26 July 2009. Retrieved 9 July 2013.
  5. ^ Heats Results
  6. ^ Semifinals Results
  7. ^ Final Results

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