Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 100 metre butterfly

The Women's 100 metre butterfly competition at the 2019 World Championships was held on 21 and 22 July 2019.[1][2]

Women's 100 metre butterfly
at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships
VenueNambu University Municipal Aquatics Center
LocationGwangju, South Korea
Dates21 July (heats and semifinals)
22 July (final)
Competitors52 from 44 nations
Winning time55.83
Medalists
gold medal    Canada
silver medal    Sweden
bronze medal    Australia
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 55.48 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7 August 2016
Competition record   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 55.53 Budapest, Hungary 24 July 2017

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 21 July at 10:45.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 56.45 Q
2 4 4 Emma McKeon   Australia 56.90 Q
3 6 5 Maggie MacNeil   Canada 57.10 Q
4 6 3 Elena Di Liddo   Italy 57.18 Q, NR
5 5 4 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 57.22 Q
6 6 7 Marie Wattel   France 57.23 Q
7 4 5 Louise Hansson   Sweden 57.50 Q
8 5 6 Katie McLaughlin   United States 57.67 Q
9 5 2 Anna Ntountounaki   Greece 57.88 Q
9 5 5 Brianna Throssell   Australia 57.88 Q
11 5 7 Angelina Köhler   Germany 57.92 Q
12 4 3 Zhang Yufei   China 58.02 Q
13 5 3 Svetlana Chimrova   Russia 58.10 Q
14 4 2 Rebecca Smith   Canada 58.20 Q
15 6 6 Ilaria Bianchi   Italy 58.26 Q
16 6 8 Hiroko Makino   Japan 58.33 Q
17 4 1 Farida Osman   Egypt 58.43
18 5 1 Wang Yichun   China 58.51
19 5 8 Suzuka Hasegawa   Japan 58.71
20 6 2 Béryl Gastaldello   France 58.83
21 5 0 Park Ye-rin   South Korea 58.99
22 3 4 Amina Kajtaz   Bosnia and Herzegovina 59.08 NR
23 4 6 Erin Gallagher   South Africa 59.21
24 4 7 Alys Thomas   Great Britain 59.25
25 6 1 Kimberly Buys   Belgium 59.26
26 6 0 Liliána Szilágyi   Hungary 59.32
27 5 9 Paulina Nogaj   Poland 59.82
28 4 8 Emilie Beckmann   Denmark 59.94
29 4 9 Ana Monteiro   Portugal 1:00.37
30 3 3 Remedy Rule   Philippines 1:00.42 NR[4]
31 3 7 Aksana Dziamidava   Belarus 1:00.51
32 3 6 Chan Kin Lok   Hong Kong 1:00.64
33 3 2 Aleyna Özkan   Turkey 1:00.68
34 3 8 Krystal Lara   Dominican Republic 1:00.79
35 3 1 Ellen Walshe   Ireland 1:00.85
36 3 5 Isabella Páez   Venezuela 1:01.27
37 4 0 Quah Jing Wen   Singapore 1:01.49
38 6 9 Miriam Guevara   Mexico 1:01.51
39 1 5 Alexis Margett   Bolivia 1:02.59
40 2 3 Emily Muteti   Kenya 1:02.88
41 3 9 Julimar Ávila   Honduras 1:03.64
42 3 0 Celina Márquez   El Salvador 1:03.93
43 2 4 Lia Ana Lima   Angola 1:04.40
44 1 4 Bisma Khan   Pakistan 1:07.19
45 1 3 Robyn Lee   Zimbabwe 1:07.63
46 2 2 Katie Rock   Albania 1:07.85
47 2 6 Yusra Mardini FINA Independent Athletes 1:08.79
48 2 0 Moana Wind   Fiji 1:10.86
49 2 5 Aniqah Gaffoor   Sri Lanka 1:12.63
50 2 8 Khuyagbaataryn Enkhzul   Mongolia 1:14.23
51 2 7 Avice Meya   Uganda 1:19.69
52 2 1 Lucie Kouadio-Patinier   Ivory Coast 1:26.46

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 21 July at 20:12.[5]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Marie Wattel   France 57.00 Q
2 4 Emma McKeon   Australia 57.01 Q
3 2 Brianna Throssell   Australia 57.02 Q
4 5 Elena Di Liddo   Italy 57.04 Q, NR
5 6 Katie McLaughlin   United States 57.23
6 1 Rebecca Smith   Canada 57.59
7 7 Zhang Yufei   China 57.93
8 8 Hiroko Makino   Japan 58.49

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 56.29 Q
2 5 Maggie MacNeil   Canada 56.52 Q
3 3 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 57.06 Q
4 6 Louise Hansson   Sweden 57.10 Q
5 1 Svetlana Chimrova   Russia 57.78
6 8 Ilaria Bianchi   Italy 57.92
7 7 Angelina Köhler   Germany 57.93
8 2 Anna Ntountounaki   Greece 57.99

FinalEdit

The final was held on 22 July at 20:10.[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  5 Maggie MacNeil   Canada 55.83 AM
  4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 56.22
  6 Emma McKeon   Australia 56.61
4 7 Elena Di Liddo   Italy 57.07
5 2 Brianna Throssell   Australia 57.09
6 1 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 57.11
7 8 Louise Hansson   Sweden 57.16
8 3 Marie Wattel   France 57.29

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schedule
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Heats results
  4. ^ 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.
  5. ^ Semifinals results
  6. ^ Final results