Swimming at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships – Women's 50 metre backstroke

The Women's 50 metre backstroke competition at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships was held on 14 and 15 February 2024.[1][2]

Women's 50 metre backstroke
at the Swimming at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships
VenueAspire Dome
LocationDoha, Qatar
Dates14 February (heats and semifinals)
15 February (final)
Competitors55 from 51 nations
Winning time27.43
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Canada
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Records edit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.[3]

World record   Liu Xiang (CHN) 26.98 Jakarta, Indonesia 21 August 2018
Competition record   Zhao Jing (CHN) 27.06 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009

Results edit

Heats edit

The heats were started on 14 February at 09:32.[4]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 4 Ingrid Wilm   Canada 27.81 Q
2 6 4 Lauren Cox   Great Britain 27.89 Q
3 6 2 Claire Curzan   United States 27.99 Q
4 5 3 Iona Anderson   Australia 28.02 Q
5 6 5 Theodora Drakou   Greece 28.09 Q
6 4 4 Adela Piskorska   Poland 28.16 Q
7 5 7 Stephanie Au   Hong Kong 28.27 Q
8 5 6 Costanza Cocconcelli   Italy 28.28 Q
9 4 3 Kira Toussaint   Netherlands 28.33 Q
10 5 8 Emma Harvey   Bermuda 28.34 Q, NR
11 4 5 Jaclyn Barclay   Australia 28.36 Q
12 6 8 Tayla Jonker   South Africa 28.37 Q, NR
13 5 2 Louise Hansson   Sweden 28.38 Q
14 5 5 Maaike de Waard   Netherlands 28.39 Q
15 4 6 Paulina Peda   Poland 28.42 Q
16 6 6 Kathleen Dawson   Great Britain 28.46 Q
17 6 0 Barbora Janíčková   Czech Republic 28.65
18 4 2 Chen Jie   China 28.67
19 4 7 Carmen Weiler   Spain 28.68
20 6 7 Andrea Berrino   Argentina 28.70
21 6 1 Tayde Sansores   Mexico 28.76
22 3 7 Teresa Ivan   Slovakia 28.90
23 5 9 Kim Seung-won   South Korea 28.96
24 6 3 Roos Vanotterdijk   Belgium 28.98
25 6 9 Nina Stanisavljević   Serbia 29.00
26 3 4 Maria Godden   Ireland 29.13
27 5 1 Camila Rebelo   Portugal 29.19
28 4 9 Saovanee Boonamphai   Thailand 29.22
29 4 0 Levenia Sim   Singapore 29.35
30 4 1 Xeniya Ignatova   Kazakhstan 29.40
31 4 8 Fanny Teijonsalo   Finland 29.41
32 3 8 Donata Katai   Zimbabwe 29.52
33 3 3 Anastasiya Shkurdai 29.58
34 3 9 Mia Phiri   Zambia 29.61
35 5 0 Masniari Wolf   Indonesia 29.80
36 3 5 Patricija Geriksonaitė   Lithuania 29.88
37 3 6 Abril Aunchayna   Uruguay 30.21
38 3 1 Suvana Chetana   India 30.23
39 3 0 Ariuntamir Enkh-Amgalan   Mongolia 30.32
40 2 4 Jessica Humphrey   Namibia 30.43
41 2 5 Eda Zeqiri   Kosovo 30.69
42 2 3 Gaurika Singh     Nepal 30.80
43 3 2 Wu Yi-en   Chinese Taipei 31.11
44 2 6 Chanchakriya Kheun   Cambodia 31.18
45 1 1 Aaliyah Palestrini   Seychelles 32.07
46 2 8 Carolann Faeamani   Tonga 32.13
47 2 7 Denise Donelli   Mozambique 32.21
48 2 2 Noor Yusuf   Bahrain 32.39
49 1 7 Maleek Almukthar   Libya 32.41
50 2 1 Idealy Tendrinavalona   Madagascar 32.44
51 2 0 Jennifer Harding-Marlin   Saint Kitts and Nevis 35.29
52 2 9 Tayamika Changanamuno   Malawi 36.40
53 1 5 Kamila Ibrahim   Comoros 40.21
54 1 4 Aïchata Diabaté   Mali 52.22
55 1 6 Assita Diarra   Ivory Coast 58.14
1 2 Hearmela Melke   Eritrea Did not start
1 3 Yaba Kamara   Sierra Leone

Semifinals edit

The semifinals were started on 14 February at 19:36.[5]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 5 Iona Anderson   Australia 27.51 Q
2 1 4 Lauren Cox   Great Britain 27.55 Q
3 2 5 Claire Curzan   United States 27.65 Q
4 2 4 Ingrid Wilm   Canada 27.68 Q
5 2 3 Theodora Drakou   Greece 28.00 Q
6 1 3 Adela Piskorska   Poland 28.06 Q
7 2 1 Louise Hansson   Sweden 28.13 Q
7 2 2 Kira Toussaint   Netherlands 28.13 Q
9 1 1 Maaike de Waard   Netherlands 28.14
9 1 6 Costanza Cocconcelli   Italy 28.14
11 2 7 Jaclyn Barclay   Australia 28.17
12 1 8 Kathleen Dawson   Great Britain 28.22
13 2 8 Paulina Peda   Poland 28.33
14 1 2 Emma Harvey   Bermuda 28.47
15 1 7 Tayla Jonker   South Africa 28.48
15 2 6 Stephanie Au   Hong Kong 28.48

Swim-off edit

The swim-off was started on 14 February at 21:14.[6]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Maaike de Waard   Netherlands 27.89
2 5 Costanza Cocconcelli   Italy 28.24

Final edit

The final was held on 15 February at 19:36.[7]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  3 Claire Curzan   United States 27.43
  4 Iona Anderson   Australia 27.45
  6 Ingrid Wilm   Canada 27.61
4 5 Lauren Cox   Great Britain 27.65
5 2 Theodora Drakou   Greece 27.84
6 7 Adela Piskorska   Poland 28.09
7 8 Kira Toussaint   Netherlands 28.18
8 1 Louise Hansson   Sweden 28.32

References edit

  1. ^ "Schedule" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 1 November 2023. Retrieved 1 November 2023.
  2. ^ "Start list" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 9 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 13 February 2024. Retrieved 10 February 2024.
  3. ^ "Records book" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 9 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 3 February 2024. Retrieved 10 February 2024.
  4. ^ "Heats results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 14 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 February 2024. Retrieved 14 February 2024.
  5. ^ "semifinals results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 14 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 February 2024. Retrieved 14 February 2024.
  6. ^ "Swim-off results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 14 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 February 2024. Retrieved 14 February 2024.
  7. ^ "Final results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 11 February 2024. Archived (PDF) from the original on 15 February 2024. Retrieved 11 February 2024.