Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

The Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay competition at the 2017 World Championships will be held on 23 July 2017.[1][2]

Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships
VenueDanube Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates23 July (heats and final)
Competitors59 from 13 nations
Teams13
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Netherlands
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Australia 3:30.65 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 6 August 2016
Competition record   Australia 3:31.48 Kazan, Russia 2 August 2015

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 11:39.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 1 4   United States Lia Neal (53.94)
Kelsi Worrell (53.27)
Olivia Smoliga (53.67)
Mallory Comerford (52.47)
3:33.35 Q
2 1 5   Netherlands Maud van der Meer (54.72)
Femke Heemskerk (52.72)
Kim Busch (54.79)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (52.03)
3:34.26 Q
3 2 4   Australia Emily Seebohm (54.32)
Madison Wilson (53.94)
Brittany Elmslie (53.61)
Shayna Jack (53.31)
3:35.18 Q
4 1 1   Sweden Michelle Coleman (53.21)
Sarah Sjöström (52.19)
Nathalie Lindborg (55.90)
Louise Hansson (54.20)
3:35.50 Q
5 2 5   Canada Sandrine Mainville (53.87)
Michelle Toro (54.50)
Rebecca Smith (53.93)
Kayla Sanchez (53.54)
3:35.84 Q
6 2 6   China Zhu Menghui (54.06)
Ai Yanhan (54.71)
Wu Yue (54.46)
Zhang Yufei (53.79)
3:37.02 Q
7 1 3   Japan Rikako Ikee (54.09)
Tomomi Aoki (54.34)
Yui Yamane (54.59)
Chihiro Igarashi (54.44)
3:37.46 Q
8 1 6   Denmark Signe Bro (54.85)
Sarah Bro (55.60)
Emilie Beckmann (55.55)
Pernille Blume (52.29)
3:38.29 Q
9 2 2   Hungary Flóra Molnár (54.93)
Fanni Gyurinovics (55.16)
Evelyn Verrasztó (54.73)
Zsuzsanna Jakabos (54.08)
3:38.90
10 2 3   Italy Silvia Di Pietro (54.80)
Erika Ferraioli (54.91)
Giorgia Biondani (55.47)
Federica Pellegrini (53.90)
3:39.08
11 2 1   Israel Andrea Murez (54.79)
Zohar Shikler (56.75)
Keren Siebner (56.03)
Amit Ivry (56.78)
3:44.35
12 1 2   Hong Kong Siobhan Haughey (53.99 NR)
Claudia Lau (56.26)
Ho Nam Wai (57.48)
Sze Hang Yu (56.66)
3:44.39
13 2 7   South Africa Erin Gallagher (55.94)
Kate Beavon (59.98)
Samantha Randle (1:00.68)
Kaylene Corbett (1:01.23)
3:57.83
1 7   Slovakia DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:03.[4]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  4   United States Mallory Comerford (52.59 AM)
Kelsi Worrell (53.16)
Katie Ledecky (53.83)
Simone Manuel (52.14)
3:31.72 AM
  3   Australia Shayna Jack (53.75)
Bronte Campbell (52.14)
Brittany Elmslie (53.83)
Emma McKeon (52.29)
3:32.01
  5   Netherlands Kim Busch (54.05)
Femke Heemskerk (52.84)
Maud van der Meer (53.77)
Ranomi Kromowidjojo (51.98)
3:32.64
4 2   Canada Sandrine Mainville (53.77)
Chantal Van Landeghem (52.97)
Kayla Sanchez (54.16)
Penny Oleksiak (52.98)
3:33.88
5 6   Sweden Sarah Sjöström (51.71 WR)
Michelle Coleman (52.68)
Ida Lindborg (55.59)
Louise Hansson (53.96)
3:33.94 NR
6 7   China Zhu Menghui (53.79)
Zhang Yufei (54.31)
Wu Yue (54.96)
Ai Yanhan (53.43)
3:36.49
7 1   Japan Rikako Ikee (54.59)
Tomomi Aoki (54.45)
Yui Yamane (54.62)
Chihiro Igarashi (54.58)
3:38.24
8 8   Denmark Signe Bro (54.72)
Sarah Bro (56.60)
Emilie Beckmann (54.84)
Pernille Blume (52.70)
3:38.86

ReferencesEdit