Swimming at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 50 metre freestyle

The Women's 50 metre freestyle competition at the 2017 World Championships was held on 29 and 30 July 2017.[1][2]

Women's 50 metre freestyle
at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships
VenueDanube Arena
LocationBudapest, Hungary
Dates29 July (heats and semifinals)
30 July (final)
Competitors88 from 80 nations
Winning time23.69
Medalists
gold medal    Sweden
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    United States
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Britta Steffen (GER) 23.73 Rome, Italy 2 August 2009
Competition record   Britta Steffen (GER) 23.73 Rome, Italy 2 August 2009

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
29 July Semifinal Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 23.67 WR, CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 29 July at 09:30.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 10 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 24.08 Q
2 8 4 Pernille Blume   Denmark 24.32 Q
3 9 4 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 24.53 Q
4 10 5 Simone Manuel   United States 24.54 Q
5 8 5 Bronte Campbell   Australia 24.61 Q
6 9 2 Michelle Toro   Canada 24.64 Q
7 9 7 Zhu Menghui   China 24.65 Q
8 10 6 Anna Santamans   France 24.71 Q
9 8 7 Farida Osman   Egypt 24.78 Q, AF
10 2 Liu Xiang   China Q
11 9 5 Aliaksandra Herasimenia   Belarus 24.82 Q
12 8 6 Shayna Jack   Australia 24.85 Q
13 10 3 Abbey Weitzeil   United States 24.92 Q
14 9 6 Tamara van Vliet   Netherlands 24.94 Q
15 8 1 Sandrine Mainville   Canada 24.99 Q
16 8 3 Rikako Ikee   Japan 25.04 Q
17 10 7 Silvia di Pietro   Italy 25.07
18 10 1 Yuliya Khitraya   Belarus 25.10
19 8 8 Theodora Drakou   Greece 25.22
20 8 2 Rozaliya Nasretdinova   Russia 25.23
21 9 3 Etiene Medeiros   Brazil 25.26
22 10 0 Susann Bjørnsen   Norway 25.27
23 9 0 Michelle Coleman   Sweden 25.36
24 10 8 Gabrielle Fa'amausili   New Zealand 25.38
25 7 8 Mimosa Jallow   Finland 25.44
26 7 2 Maria Ugolkova    Switzerland 25.47
27 7 5 Anna Kolářová   Czech Republic 25.56
28 7 6 Andrea Berrino   Argentina 25.61 NR
9 1 Flóra Molnár   Hungary
30 9 9 Zohar Shikler   Israel 25.65
31 10 9 Julie Meynen   Luxembourg 25.67
32 7 4 Freya Anderson   Great Britain 25.68
33 7 3 Isabella Arcila   Colombia 25.70
34 6 5 Emma Chellius   South Africa 25.73
35 7 7 Gabriela Ņikitina   Latvia 25.78
36 8 9 Liliana Ibáñez   Mexico 25.84
37 7 9 Rūta Meilutytė   Lithuania 26.03
38 6 6 Karen Torrez   Bolivia 26.16
39 7 1 Jeserik Pinto   Venezuela 26.19
40 6 3 Sze Hang Yu   Hong Kong 26.21
41 7 0 Ingibjörg Jónsdóttir   Iceland 26.24
42 6 7 Kalia Antoniou   Cyprus 26.31
43 5 4 Inés Remersaro   Uruguay 26.59 NR
44 6 4 Allyson Ponson   Aruba 26.76
45 6 2 Elinah Phillip   British Virgin Islands 26.85
46 6 1 Chade Nersicio   Curaçao 26.91
47 6 8 Catharine Cooper   Panama 26.99
48 6 0 Cheyenne Rova   Fiji 27.05
49 5 3 Dara Al-Bakry   Jordan 27.23
50 5 5 Lei On Kei   Macau 27.37
51 3 7 Ani Poghosyan   Armenia 27.46
52 5 2 Nikol Merizaj   Albania 27.51 NR
5 6 Jovana Terzić   Montenegro
54 6 9 Alexus Laird   Seychelles 27.65
55 3 0 Pak Mi-song   North Korea 27.94
56 3 6 Naomy Grand'Pierre   Haiti 28.06
57 2 4 Gabriela Hernandez   Nicaragua 28.07
58 3 3 Catarina Sousa   Angola 28.12
59 5 7 Jeanne Boutbien   Senegal 28.25
60 5 1 Mikaili Charlemagne   Saint Lucia 28.26
61 5 8 Colleen Furgeson   Marshall Islands 28.32
62 5 9 Jamila Sanmoogan   Guyana 28.45
63 3 1 Lea Ricart Martínez   Andorra 28.61
64 5 0 Yesuin Bayar   Mongolia 28.74
65 2 1 Hantan Raharvel   Madagascar 28.84 NR
66 4 4 Flaka Pruthi   Kosovo 29.19 NR
67 4 3 Angelika Ouedraogo   Burkina Faso 29.38 NR
68 4 5 Hemthon Vitiny   Cambodia 29.69
69 1 5 Sofia Shah     Nepal 29.73
70 2 2 Avice Meya   Uganda 29.88
71 3 8 Gisela Cossa   Mozambique 30.12 NR
72 1 3 Aminath Shajan   Maldives 30.50
73 4 6 Ammara Pinto   Malawi 30.59
74 1 4 Mahfuza Khatun   Bangladesh 30.73
75 4 7 Salie Al-Atrash   Palestine 30.82
76 4 1 Anastasiya Tyurina   Tajikistan 31.15 NR
77 3 9 Ritaj Amin   Bahrain 31.34
78 4 8 Siri Arun Budcharern   Laos 31.86 NR
79 2 0 Kestra Kihleng   F.S. Micronesia 32.10
80 4 0 Adzo Kpossi   Togo 32.26 NR
81 2 8 Nafissath Radji   Benin 32.53 NR
82 2 3 Imelda Ximenes Belo   East Timor 34.63
83 3 4 Chloe Sauvourel   Central African Republic 35.04 NR
84 2 9 Lena Irankunda   Burundi 35.56
85 4 9 Roukaya Mahamane   Niger 35.77
86 2 6 Safia Houssein Barkat   Djibouti 39.59 NR
87 2 7 Bunturabie Jalloh   Sierra Leone 40.63
2 5 Fatoumata Konate   Mali DNS
3 5 Nazlati Mohamed Andhumdine   Comoros
4 2 Maayaa Ayawere   Ghana
8 0 Mélanie Henique   France
9 8 Aleksandra Urbańczyk   Poland DSQ

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 29 July at 18:28.[4]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Pernille Blume   Denmark 24.05 Q, NR
2 5 Simone Manuel   United States 24.12 Q
3 6 Anna Santamans   France 24.54 Q, NR
4 2 Liu Xiang   China 24.56 Q
5 3 Michelle Toro   Canada 24.66
6 7 Shayna Jack   Australia 24.69
7 1 Tamara van Vliet   Netherlands 24.72
8 8 Rikako Ikee   Japan 24.84

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 23.67 Q, WR
2 5 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 24.20 Q
3 3 Bronte Campbell   Australia 24.43 Q
4 7 Aliaksandra Herasimenia   Belarus 24.59 Q
5 2 Farida Osman   Egypt 24.62 AF
6 8 Sandrine Mainville   Canada 24.67
7 6 Zhu Menghui   China 24.68
8 1 Abbey Weitzeil   United States 24.80

FinalEdit

The final was held on 30 July at 17:50.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 23.69
  6 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 23.85 NR
  3 Simone Manuel   United States 23.97 AM
4 5 Pernille Blume   Denmark 24.00 NR
5 8 Aliaksandra Herasimenia   Belarus 24.46
6 1 Liu Xiang   China 24.58
6 7 Anna Santamans   France 24.58
6 2 Bronte Campbell   Australia 24.58

ReferencesEdit