Swimming at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 50 metre butterfly

The Women's 50 metre butterfly competition at the 2019 World Championships was held on 26 and 27 July 2019.[1][2]

Women's 50 metre butterfly
at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships
VenueNambu University Municipal Aquatics Center
LocationGwangju, South Korea
Dates26 July (heats and semifinals)
27 July (final)
Competitors64 from 58 nations
Winning time25.02
Medalists
gold medal    Sweden
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Egypt
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 24.43 Borås, Sweden 5 July 2014
Competition record   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 24.60 Budapest, Hungary 29 July 2017

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held on 26 July at 11:11.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 25.39 Q
2 6 4 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 25.70 Q
3 5 4 Farida Osman   Egypt 25.71 Q
4 5 3 Penny Oleksiak   Canada 25.73 Q
5 7 5 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 25.86 Q
6 7 3 Louise Hansson   Sweden 25.97 Q
7 6 2 Elena Di Liddo   Italy 26.03 Q
8 7 6 Marie Wattel   France 26.07 Q
9 7 2 Jeanette Ottesen   Denmark 26.09 Q
10 6 6 Wang Yichun   China 26.13 Q
11 5 2 Maggie MacNeil   Canada 26.14 Q
11 6 1 Zhang Yufei   China 26.14 Q
11 7 0 Brianna Throssell   Australia 26.14 Q
14 5 5 Kimberly Buys   Belgium 26.23 Q
15 6 7 Anna Ntountounaki   Greece 26.26 Q
16 6 3 Arina Surkova   Russia 26.32 QSO
16 6 5 Emilie Beckmann   Denmark 26.32 QSO
18 5 6 Maaike de Waard   Netherlands 26.40
19 7 1 Erin Gallagher   South Africa 26.45
20 5 7 Mimosa Jallow   Finland 26.62
21 5 1 Svetlana Chimrova   Russia 26.64
22 6 8 Angelina Köhler   Germany 26.65
23 4 5 Anastasia Gorbenko   Israel 26.70
24 7 8 Park Ye-rin   South Korea 26.75
25 5 9 Huang Mei-chien   Chinese Taipei 26.89
25 7 7 Alexandra Touretski    Switzerland 26.89
27 5 0 Quah Ting Wen   Singapore 26.92
28 4 2 Jenjira Srisaard   Thailand 26.93 NR
29 6 0 Beatrix Bordás   Hungary 26.98
30 6 9 Aleyna Özkan   Turkey 27.00
31 4 4 Sirena Rowe   Colombia 27.02
32 4 7 Paulina Nogaj   Poland 27.08
33 4 3 Chan Kin Lok   Hong Kong 27.17
34 4 6 Gabriela Ņikitina   Latvia 27.48
34 7 9 Anicka Delgado   Ecuador 27.48
36 5 8 Alia Atkinson   Jamaica 27.49
37 4 1 Alexandra Schegoleva   Cyprus 27.74
38 4 0 Maddy Moore   Bermuda 28.02
39 1 3 Alexis Margett   Bolivia 28.21
40 4 9 Maria Schutzmeier   Nicaragua 28.34
41 4 8 Chade Nersicio   Curaçao 28.45
42 3 3 Mikaili Charlemagne   Saint Lucia 29.24
43 2 7 Varsenik Manucharyan   Armenia 29.65
44 2 8 Sophia Diagne   Senegal 29.90
45 3 1 Georgia-Leigh Vele   Papua New Guinea 30.07
46 3 7 Aaliyah Palestrini   Seychelles 30.18
47 3 6 Jamila Sanmoogan   Guyana 30.21
48 3 4 Elodie Poo-cheong   Mauritius 30.26
49 3 5 Aniqah Gaffoor   Sri Lanka 30.36
50 3 2 Ann-Marie Hepler   Marshall Islands 30.77
51 1 6 Enkhzul Khuyagbaatar   Mongolia 30.80
52 3 8 Olivia Fuller   Antigua and Barbuda 30.88
53 2 1 Dirngulbai Misech   Palau 31.14
54 1 4 Taffi Illis   Sint Maarten 31.33
55 2 5 Sofia Shah     Nepal 32.04
56 2 2 Hemthon Vitiny   Cambodia 32.38
57 2 0 Selina Katumba   Uganda 32.77
58 3 0 Anastasiya Tyurina   Tajikistan 33.17
59 1 5 Aika Watanabe   Northern Mariana Islands 33.43
60 2 4 Dania Nour   Palestine 34.30
61 3 9 Domingas Munhemeze   Mozambique 34.53
62 2 9 Lucie Kouadio-Patinier   Ivory Coast 35.43
63 2 3 Rahel Gebresilassie   Ethiopia 36.37
64 2 6 Tity Dumbuya   Sierra Leone 37.90

Swim-offEdit

The swim-off was held on 26 July at 12:02.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Arina Surkova   Russia 26.13 Q
2 5 Emilie Beckmann   Denmark 26.24

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held on 26 July at 21:09.[5]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 6 Marie Wattel   France 25.56 Q, NR
2 4 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 25.59 Q
3 5 Penny Oleksiak   Canada 25.93 Q
4 8 Arina Surkova   Russia 26.06
5 3 Louise Hansson   Sweden 26.10
6 7 Zhang Yufei   China 26.18
7 2 Wang Yichun   China 26.21
8 1 Kimberly Buys   Belgium 26.51

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 24.79 Q
2 3 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 25.54 Q
3 5 Farida Osman   Egypt 25.79 Q
4 1 Brianna Throssell   Australia 25.93 Q
5 2 Jeanette Ottesen   Denmark 26.01 Q
6 6 Elena Di Liddo   Italy 26.16
7 7 Maggie MacNeil   Canada 26.28
8 8 Anna Ntountounaki   Greece 26.31

FinalEdit

The final was started on 27 July at 20:02.[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Sarah Sjöström   Sweden 25.02
  5 Ranomi Kromowidjojo   Netherlands 25.35
  2 Farida Osman   Egypt 25.47
4 6 Kelsi Dahlia   United States 25.48 =AM
5 3 Marie Wattel   France 25.50 NR
6 7 Penny Oleksiak   Canada 25.69
7 8 Jeanette Ottesen   Denmark 25.76
8 1 Brianna Throssell   Australia 26.11

ReferencesEdit