Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships

Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships was held from 21 to 28 July 2019.

Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships
Host cityGwangju, South Korea
Date(s)21–28 July
Venue(s)Nambu University Municipal Aquatics Center
Events42
2017
2021


ScheduleEdit

42 events were held.[1]

All times are local (UTC+9).

H Heats ½ Semi finals F Final
A = Afternoon session (starting at 10:00), E = Evening session (starting at 20:00)
Men
Date → Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Thu 25 Fri 26 Sat 27 Sun 28
Event ↓ A E A E A E A E A E A E A E A E
50 m freestyle H ½ F
100 m freestyle H ½ F
200 m freestyle H ½ F
400 m freestyle H F
800 m freestyle H F
1500 m freestyle H F
50 m backstroke H ½ F
100 m backstroke H ½ F
200 m backstroke H ½ F
50 m breaststroke H ½ F
100 m breaststroke H ½ F
200 m breaststroke H ½ F
50 m butterfly H ½ F
100 m butterfly H ½ F
200 m butterfly H ½ F
200 m individual medley H ½ F
400 m individual medley H F
4×100 m freestyle relay H F
4×200 m freestyle relay H F
4×100 m medley relay H F
Women
Date → Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Thu 25 Fri 26 Sat 27 Sun 28
Event ↓ A E A E A E A E A E A E A E A E
50 m freestyle H ½ F
100 m freestyle H ½ F
200 m freestyle H ½ F
400 m freestyle H F
800 m freestyle H F
1500 m freestyle H F
50 m backstroke H ½ F
100 m backstroke H ½ F
200 m backstroke H ½ F
50 m breaststroke H ½ F
100 m breaststroke H ½ F
200 m breaststroke H ½ F
50 m butterfly H ½ F
100 m butterfly H ½ F
200 m butterfly H ½ F
200 m individual medley H ½ F
400 m individual medley H F
4×100 m freestyle relay H F
4×200 m freestyle relay H F
4×100 m medley relay H F
Mixed
Date → Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Thu 25 Fri 26 Sat 27 Sun 28
Event ↓ A E A E A E A E A E A E A E A E
4×100 m freestyle relay H F
4×100 m medley relay H F

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States138526
2  Australia59519
3  Hungary4004
4  Russia37616
5  Italy3238
6  China3227
7  Great Britain3137
8  Japan2226
9  Canada2068
10  Sweden1225
11  South Africa1124
12  Germany1102
13  Brazil0325
14  Greece0101
  Netherlands0101
  Norway0101
   Switzerland0101
  Ukraine0101
19  France0022
20  Egypt0011
  New Zealand0011
Totals (21 nations)414342126

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle[2]
Caeleb Dressel
  United States
21.04
CR, NR
Bruno Fratus
  Brazil
Kristian Golomeev
  Greece
21.45 None awarded
100 m freestyle[3]
Caeleb Dressel
  United States
46.96
NR
Kyle Chalmers
  Australia
47.08 Vladislav Grinev
  Russia
47.82
200 m freestyle[4]
Sun Yang
  China
1:44.93 Katsuhiro Matsumoto
  Japan
1:45.22
NR
Martin Malyutin
  Russia
Duncan Scott
  Great Britain
1:45.63
400 m freestyle[5]
Sun Yang
  China
3:42.44 Mack Horton
  Australia
3:43.17 Gabriele Detti
  Italy
3:43.23
NR
800 m freestyle[6]
Gregorio Paltrinieri
  Italy
7:39.27
ER
Henrik Christiansen
  Norway
7:41.28
NR
David Aubry
  France
7:42.08
NR
1500 m freestyle[7]
Florian Wellbrock
  Germany
14:36.54 Mykhailo Romanchuk
  Ukraine
14:37.63 Gregorio Paltrinieri
  Italy
14:38.75
50 m backstroke[8]
Zane Waddell
  South Africa
24.43 Evgeny Rylov
  Russia
24.49 Kliment Kolesnikov
  Russia
24.51
100 m backstroke[9]
Xu Jiayu
  China
52.43 Evgeny Rylov
  Russia
52.67 Mitch Larkin
  Australia
52.77
200 m backstroke[10]
Evgeny Rylov
  Russia
1:53.40 Ryan Murphy
  United States
1:54.12 Luke Greenbank
  Great Britain
1:55.85
50 m breaststroke[11]
Adam Peaty
  Great Britain
26.06 Felipe Lima
  Brazil
26.66 João Gomes Júnior
  Brazil
26.69
100 m breaststroke[12]
Adam Peaty
  Great Britain
57.14 James Wilby
  Great Britain
58.46 Yan Zibei
  China
58.63
AS
200 m breaststroke[13]
Anton Chupkov
  Russia
2:06.12
WR
Matthew Wilson
  Australia
2:06.68 Ippei Watanabe
  Japan
2:06.73
50 m butterfly[14]
Caeleb Dressel
  United States
22.35
CR, AM
Oleg Kostin
  Russia
22.70
NR
Nicholas Santos
  Brazil
22.79
100 m butterfly[15]
Caeleb Dressel
  United States
49.66 Andrey Minakov
  Russia
50.83 Chad le Clos
  South Africa
51.16
200 m butterfly[16]
Kristóf Milák
  Hungary
1:50.73
WR
Daiya Seto
  Japan
1:53.86 Chad le Clos
  South Africa
1:54.15
200 m individual medley[17]
Daiya Seto
  Japan
1:56.14 Jérémy Desplanches
  Switzerland
1:56.56 Chase Kalisz
  United States
1:56.78
400 m individual medley[18]
Daiya Seto
  Japan
4:08.95 Jay Litherland
  United States
4:09.22 Lewis Clareburt
  New Zealand
4:12.07
4×100 m freestyle relay[19]
  United States
Caeleb Dressel (47.63)
Blake Pieroni (47.49)
Zach Apple (46.86)
Nathan Adrian (47.08)
Townley Haas[a]
Michael Chadwick[a]
3:09.06
CR
  Russia
Vladislav Grinev (47.83)
Vladimir Morozov (47.62)
Kliment Kolesnikov (47.50)
Evgeny Rylov (47.02)
Andrey Minakov[a]
3:09.97   Australia
Cameron McEvoy (48.44)
Clyde Lewis (47.61)
Alexander Graham (48.11)
Kyle Chalmers (47.06)
3:11.22
4×200 m freestyle relay[20]
  Australia
Clyde Lewis (1:45.58)
Kyle Chalmers (1:45.37)
Alexander Graham (1:45.05)
Mack Horton (1:44.85)
Jack McLoughlin[a]
Thomas Fraser-Holmes[a]
7:00.85
OC
  Russia
Mikhail Dovgalyuk (1:45.56)
Mikhail Vekovishchev (1:45.45)
Aleksandr Krasnykh (1:45.38)
Martin Malyutin (1:45.42)
Ivan Girev[a]
7:01.81   United States
Andrew Seliskar (1:45.81)
Blake Pieroni (1:44.98)
Zach Apple (1:46.03)
Townley Haas (1:45.16)
Jack Conger[a]
Jack LeVant[a]
7:01.98
4×100 m medley relay[21]
  Great Britain
Luke Greenbank (53.95)
Adam Peaty (57.20)
James Guy (50.81)
Duncan Scott (46.14)
James Wilby[a]
3:28.10
ER
  United States
Ryan Murphy (52.92)
Andrew Wilson (58.65)
Caeleb Dressel (49.28)
Nathan Adrian (47.60)
Matt Grevers[a]
Michael Andrew[a]
Jack Conger[a]
Zach Apple[a]
3:28.45   Russia
Evgeny Rylov (52.57)
Kirill Prigoda (58.68)
Andrey Minakov (50.54)
Vladimir Morozov (47.02)
Kliment Kolesnikov[a]
Anton Chupkov[a]
Mikhail Vekovishchev[a]
Vladislav Grinev[a]
3:28.81
NR

AF African record | AM Americas record | AS Asian record | CR Championship record | ER European record | OC Oceania record | WR World record | NR National record

a Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle[22]
Simone Manuel
  United States
24.05 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
24.07 Cate Campbell
  Australia
24.11
100 m freestyle[23]
Simone Manuel
  United States
52.04
AM
Cate Campbell
  Australia
52.43 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
52.46
200 m freestyle[24]
Federica Pellegrini
  Italy
1:54.22 Ariarne Titmus
  Australia
1:54.66 Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
1:54.78
400 m freestyle[25]
Ariarne Titmus
  Australia
3:58.76
OC
Katie Ledecky
  United States
3:59.97 Leah Smith
  United States
4:01.29
800 m freestyle[26]
Katie Ledecky
  United States
8:13.58 Simona Quadarella
  Italy
8:14.99
NR
Ariarne Titmus
  Australia
8:15.70
OC
1500 m freestyle[27]
Simona Quadarella
  Italy
15:40.89
NR
Sarah Köhler
  Germany
15:48.83
NR
Wang Jianjiahe
  China
15:51.00
50 m backstroke[28]
Olivia Smoliga
  United States
27.33 Etiene Medeiros
  Brazil
27.44 Daria Vaskina
  Russia
27.51
100 m backstroke[29]
Kylie Masse
  Canada
58.60 Minna Atherton
  Australia
58.85 Olivia Smoliga
  United States
58.91
200 m backstroke[30]
Regan Smith
  United States
2:03.69 Kaylee McKeown
  Australia
2:06.26 Kylie Masse
  Canada
2:06.62
50 m breaststroke[31]
Lilly King
  United States
29.84 Benedetta Pilato
  Italy
30.00 Yuliya Yefimova
  Russia
30.15
100 m breaststroke[32]
Lilly King
  United States
1:04.93 Yuliya Yefimova
  Russia
1:05.49 Martina Carraro
  Italy
1:06.36
NR
200 m breaststroke[33]
Yuliya Yefimova
  Russia
2:20.17 Tatjana Schoenmaker
  South Africa
2:22.52 Sydney Pickrem
  Canada
2:22.90
50 m butterfly[34]
Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
25.02 Ranomi Kromowidjojo
  Netherlands
25.35 Farida Osman
  Egypt
25.47
100 m butterfly[35]
Maggie MacNeil
  Canada
55.83
AM
Sarah Sjöström
  Sweden
56.22 Emma McKeon
  Australia
56.61
200 m butterfly[36]
Boglárka Kapás
  Hungary
2:06.78 Hali Flickinger
  United States
2:06.95 Katie Drabot
  United States
2:07.04
200 m individual medley[37]
Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
2:07.53 Ye Shiwen
  China
2:08.60 Sydney Pickrem
  Canada
2:08.70
400 m individual medley[38]
Katinka Hosszú
  Hungary
4:30.39 Ye Shiwen
  China
4:32.07 Yui Ohashi
  Japan
4:32.33
4×100 m freestyle relay[39]
  Australia
Bronte Campbell (52.85)
Brianna Throssell (53.34)
Emma McKeon (52.57)
Cate Campbell (51.45)
Madison Wilson[b]
3:30.21
CR
  United States
Mallory Comerford (52.98)
Abbey Weitzeil (52.66)
Kelsi Dahlia (53.46)
Simone Manuel (51.92)
Allison Schmitt[b]
Margo Geer[b]
Lia Neal[b]
3:31.02
AM
  Canada
Kayla Sanchez (53.72)
Taylor Ruck (52.19)
Penny Oleksiak (52.69)
Maggie MacNeil (53.18)
Rebecca Smith[b]
3:31.78
NR
4×200 m freestyle relay[40]
  Australia
Ariarne Titmus (1:54.27) OC
Madison Wilson (1:56.73)
Brianna Throssell (1:55.60)
Emma McKeon (1:54.90)
Leah Neale[b]
Kiah Melverton[b]
7:41.50
WR
  United States
Simone Manuel (1:56.09)
Katie Ledecky (1:54.61)
Melanie Margalis (1:55.81)
Katie McLaughlin (1:55.36)
Allison Schmitt[b]
Gabby DeLoof[b]
Leah Smith[b]
7:41.87
AM
  Canada
Kayla Sanchez (1:57.32)
Taylor Ruck (1:56.41)
Emily Overholt (1:56.26)
Penny Oleksiak (1:54.36)
Rebecca Smith[b]
Emma O'Croinin[b]
7:44.35
NR
4×100 m medley relay[41]
  United States
Regan Smith (57.57) WR
Lilly King (1:04.81)
Kelsi Dahlia (56.16)
Simone Manuel (51.86)
Olivia Smoliga[b]
Melanie Margalis[b]
Katie McLaughlin[b]
Mallory Comerford[b]
3:50.40
WR
  Australia
Minna Atherton (59.06)
Jessica Hansen (1:06.08)
Emma McKeon (56.32)
Cate Campbell (51.96)
Kaylee McKeown[b]
Brianna Throssell[b]
Madison Wilson[b]
3:53.42   Canada
Kylie Masse (59.12)
Sydney Pickrem (1:06.42)
Maggie MacNeil (55.56)
Penny Oleksiak (52.48)
Kierra Smith[b]
Rebecca Smith[b]
Taylor Ruck[b]
3:53.58

AF African record | AM Americas record | AS Asian record | CR Championship record | ER European record | OC Oceania record | WR World record | NR National record

b Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

MixedEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4×100 m freestyle relay[42]
  United States
Caeleb Dressel (47.34)
Zach Apple (47.34)
Mallory Comerford (52.72)
Simone Manuel (52.00)
Blake Pieroni[c]
Nathan Adrian[c]
Katie McLaughlin[c]
Abbey Weitzeil[c]
3:19.40
WR
  Australia
Kyle Chalmers (47.37)
Clyde Lewis (48.18)
Emma McKeon (52.06)
Bronte Campbell (52.36)
Cameron McEvoy[c]
Alexander Graham[c]
Brianna Throssell[c]
Madison Wilson[c]
3:19.97
OC
  France
Clément Mignon (48.44)
Mehdy Metella (47.78)
Charlotte Bonnet (52.87)
Marie Wattel (53.02)
Maxime Grousset[c]
Béryl Gastaldello[c]
3:22.11
4×100 m medley relay[43]
  Australia
Mitch Larkin (53.47)
Matthew Wilson (58.37)
Emma McKeon (56.14)
Cate Campbell (51.10)
Minna Atherton[c]
Matthew Temple[c]
Bronte Campbell[c]
3:39.08   United States
Ryan Murphy (52.46)
Lilly King (1:04.94)
Caeleb Dressel (49.33)
Simone Manuel (52.37)
Matt Grevers[c]
Andrew Wilson[c]
Kelsi Dahlia[c]
Mallory Comerford[c]
3:39.10   Great Britain
Georgia Davies (59.25)
Adam Peaty (57.73)
James Guy (50.72)
Freya Anderson (52.98)
James Wilby[c]
3:40.68

AF African record | AM Americas record | AS Asian record | CR Championship record | ER European record | OC Oceania record | WR World record | NR National record

c Swimmers who participated in the heats only and received medals.

DopingEdit

Days before the competition, 20-year-old Australian swimmer Shayna Jack withdrew from the World Championships, mentioning “personal reasons”. On 27 July, 2019, Jack published a statement on her social media profiles, confirming doping allegations over testing positive for a banned substance.[44]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ "OMEGA Sports Live Timekeeping, Official Olympics Games Timekeeper". www.omegatiming.com.
  3. ^ Men's 100 metre freestyle results
  4. ^ Men's 200 metre freestyle results
  5. ^ "OMEGA Sports Live Timekeeping, Official Olympics Games Timekeeper". www.omegatiming.com.
  6. ^ Men's 800 metre freestyle results
  7. ^ "OMEGA Sports Live Timekeeping, Official Olympics Games Timekeeper". www.omegatiming.com.
  8. ^ Men's 50 metre backstroke results
  9. ^ Men's 100 metre backstroke results
  10. ^ Men's 200 metre backstroke results
  11. ^ Men's 50 metre breaststroke results
  12. ^ Men's 100 metre breaststroke results
  13. ^ Men's 200 metre breaststroke results
  14. ^ Men's 50 metre butterfly results
  15. ^ Men's 100 metre butterfly results
  16. ^ Men's 200 metre butterfly results
  17. ^ Men's 200 metre individual medley results
  18. ^ Men's 400 metre individual medley results
  19. ^ Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay results
  20. ^ Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay results
  21. ^ Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay results
  22. ^ Women's 50 metre freestyle results
  23. ^ Women's 100 metre freestyle results
  24. ^ Women's 200 metre freestyle results
  25. ^ Women's 400 metre freestyle results
  26. ^ Women's 800 metre freestyle results
  27. ^ Women's 1500 metre freestyle results
  28. ^ Women's 50 metre backstroke results
  29. ^ Women's 100 metre backstroke results
  30. ^ Women's 200 metre backstroke results
  31. ^ Women's 50 metre breaststroke results
  32. ^ Women's 100 metre breaststroke results
  33. ^ Women's 200 metre breaststroke results
  34. ^ Women's 50 metre butterfly results
  35. ^ Women's 100 metre butterfly results
  36. ^ Women's 200 metre butterfly results
  37. ^ Women's 200 metre individual medley
  38. ^ Women's 400 metre individual medley
  39. ^ Women's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay results
  40. ^ Women's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay results
  41. ^ Women's 4 × 100 metre medley relay results
  42. ^ 4 × 100 metre mixed freestyle relay results
  43. ^ 4×100 mixed medley relay results
  44. ^ "Shayna Jack: Australian swimmer tests positive for banned substance". CNN. Retrieved 27 July 2019.

External linksEdit