World record progression 100 metres butterfly

The first world record in the 100 metres butterfly in long course (50 metres) swimming was recognised by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) in 1957, for both men and women. In the short-course (25 metres) swimming events, the world's governing body recognizes world records since March 3, 1991.

Graphic data for World Record Progression in Men and Women Swimming 50m-100m-200m Long and Short Course Butterfly-Backstroke-Breaststroke-Freestyle

MenEdit

Long courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
1:03.4   György Tumpek May 26, 1957 Budapest, Hungary
1:01.5   Takashi Ishimoto June 16, 1957 Kurume, Japan
1:01.3   Takashi Ishimoto July 7, 1957 Tokyo, Japan
1:01.2   Takashi Ishimoto September 6, 1957 Kurume, Japan
1:01.1   Takashi Ishimoto June 29, 1958 Los Angeles, United States
1:01.0   Takashi Ishimoto September 14, 1958 Kochi, Japan
59.0   Lance Larson June 26, 1960 Los Angeles, United States
58.7   Lance Larson July 24, 1960 Toledo, United States
58.6   Fred Schmidt August 20, 1961 Los Angeles, United States
58.4   Luis Nicolao April 24, 1962 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
57.0   Luis Nicolao April 27, 1962 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
56.29   Mark Spitz July 31, 1967 Winnipeg, Canada
56.3   Doug Russell August 29, 1967 Tokyo, Japan
55.7   Mark Spitz October 7, 1967 West Berlin, West Germany
55.6   Mark Spitz August 30, 1968 Long Beach, United States
55.0   Mark Spitz August 25, 1971 Houston, United States
54.72   Mark Spitz August 4, 1972 Chicago, United States
54.56   Mark Spitz August 4, 1972 Chicago, United States
54.27   Mark Spitz August 31, 1972 Munich, West Germany
54.18   Joe Bottom August 27, 1977 East Berlin, East Germany
54.15   Pär Arvidsson April 11, 1980 Austin, United States
53.81   William Paulus April 3, 1981 Austin, United States
53.44   Matt Gribble August 6, 1983 Clovis, United States
53.38   Pablo Morales June 26, 1984 Indianapolis, United States
53.08   Michael Gross July 30, 1984 Los Angeles, United States
52.84   Pablo Morales June 23, 1986 Orlando, United States
52.32   Denis Pankratov August 23, 1995 Vienna, Austria
52.27   Denis Pankratov July 24, 1996 Atlanta, United States
52.15   Michael Klim October 9, 1997 Brisbane, Australia
52.03   Michael Klim December 10, 1999 Canberra, Australia
51.81   Michael Klim December 12, 1999 Canberra, Australia
51.76   Andriy Serdinov July 25, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
51.47   Michael Phelps July 25, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
50.98   Ian Crocker July 26, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
50.76   Ian Crocker July 13, 2004 Long Beach, United States
50.40   Ian Crocker July 30, 2005 Montreal, Canada
50.22   Michael Phelps July 9, 2009 Indianapolis, United States
50.01   Milorad Čavić July 31, 2009 Rome, Italy
49.82   Michael Phelps August 1, 2009 Rome, Italy
49.50   Caeleb Dressel July 26, 2019 Gwangju, South Korea
49.45   Caeleb Dressel July 31, 2021 Tokyo, Japan

Short courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
52.07[1]   Marcel Gery February 1, 1990 Paris, France
51.94[2]   Denis Pankratov February 4, 1996 Paris, France
51.93   Denis Pankratov February 5, 1997 Imperia, Italy
51.78   Denis Pankratov February 7, 1997 Paris, France
51.16   Michael Klim January 22, 1998 Sydney, Australia
51.07   Michael Klim January 22, 1998 Sydney, Australia
51.02   James Hickman December 14, 1998 Sheffield, United Kingdom
50.99   Michael Klim September 2, 1999 Canberra, Australia
50.59   Lars Frölander March 16, 2000 Athens, Greece
50.44   Lars Frölander March 17, 2000 Athens, Greece
50.26   Thomas Rupprath December 14, 2001 Antwerp, Belgium
50.10   Thomas Rupprath January 27, 2002 Berlin, Germany
50.02   Milorad Čavić December 12, 2003 Dublin, Ireland
49.77   Ian Crocker March 26, 2004 East Meadow, United States
49.07   Ian Crocker March 26, 2004 East Meadow, United States
48.99   Yevgeny Korotyshkin November 7, 2009 Moscow, Russia
48.48   Yevgeny Korotyshkin November 15, 2009 Berlin, Germany
48.44   Chad le Clos December 4, 2014 Doha, Qatar
48.08   Chad le Clos December 8, 2016 Windsor, Canada
47.78   Caeleb Dressel November 21, 2020 Budapest, Hungary


WomenEdit

Long courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
1:10.5   Atie Voorbij August 4, 1957 Rhenen, Netherlands
1:09.6   Nancy Ramey June 28, 1958 Los Angeles, United States
1:09.1   Nancy Ramey September 2, 1959 Chicago, United States
1:08.9   Janice Andrew April 2, 1961 Tokyo, Japan
1:08.8   Mary Stewart August 12, 1961 Philadelphia, United States
1:08.2   Susan Doerr August 12, 1961 Philadelphia, United States
1:07.3   Mary Stewart July 28, 1962 Vancouver, Canada
1:06.5   Kathy Ellis August 16, 1963 High Point, United States
1:06.1   Ada Kok September 1, 1963 Soestduinen, Netherlands
1:05.1   Ada Kok May 30, 1964 Blackpool, United Kingdom
1:04.7   Sharon Stouder October 16, 1964 Tokyo, Japan
1:04.5   Ada Kok August 14, 1965 Budapest, Hungary
1:04.1   Alice Jones August 20, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
1:03.9   Mayumi Aoki July 21, 1972 Tokyo, Japan
1:03.80   Andrea Gyarmati August 31, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:03.34   Mayumi Aoki September 1, 1972 Munich, West Germany
1:03.05   Kornelia Ender April 14, 1973 East Berlin, East Germany
1:02.31   Kornelia Ender July 14, 1973 East Berlin, East Germany
1:02.09   Rosemarie Kother August 21, 1974 Vienna, Austria
1:01.99   Rosemarie Kother August 22, 1974 Vienna, Austria
1:01.88   Rosemarie Kother September 1, 1974 Concord, United States
1:01.33   Kornelia Ender June 9, 1975 Wittenberg, East Germany
1:01.24   Kornelia Ender July 24, 1975 Cali, Colombia
1:00.13   Kornelia Ender June 4, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
59.78   Christiane Knacke August 28, 1977 East Berlin, East Germany
59.46   Andrea Pollack July 3, 1978 East Berlin, East Germany
59.26   Mary T. Meagher April 11, 1980 Austin, United States
57.93   Mary T. Meagher August 16, 1981 Brown Deer, United States
57.88   Jenny Thompson August 23, 1999 Sydney, Australia
56.69   Inge de Bruijn May 27, 2000 Sheffield, United Kingdom
56.64   Inge de Bruijn July 22, 2000 Federal Way, United States
56.61   Inge de Bruijn September 17, 2000 Sydney, Australia
56.44   Sarah Sjöström July 26, 2009 Rome, Italy
56.06   Sarah Sjöström July 27, 2009 Rome, Italy
55.98   Dana Vollmer July 29, 2012 London, United Kingdom
55.74   Sarah Sjöström August 2, 2015 Kazan, Russia
55.64   Sarah Sjöström August 3, 2015 Kazan, Russia
55.48   Sarah Sjöström August 7, 2016 Rio, Brazil

Short courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
58.77   Angela Kennedy February 18, 1995 Gelsenkirchen, Germany
58.68   Liu Limin December 2, 1995 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
58.29   Misty Hyman December 1, 1996 Sainte-Foy, Quebec
58.24   Ayari Aoyama March 28, 1997 Tokyo, Japan
57.79   Jenny Thompson April 19, 1997 Gothenburg, Sweden
56.90   Jenny Thompson December 1, 1998 College Station, United States
56.80   Jenny Thompson February 12, 2000 Paris, France
56.56   Jenny Thompson March 18, 2000 Athens, Greece
56.55   Martina Moravcová January 26, 2002 Berlin, Germany
56.34   Natalie Coughlin November 22, 2002 East Meadow, United States
55.95   Libby Lenton August 28, 2006 Hobart, Australia
55.89   Felicity Galvez April 13, 2008 Manchester United Kingdom
55.74   Libby Trickett April 26, 2008 Canberra, Australia
55.68   Jessicah Schipper August 12, 2009 Hobart, Australia
55.46   Felicity Galvez November 11, 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
55.05   Diane Bui Duyet December 12, 2009 Istanbul, Turkey
54.61   Sarah Sjöström December 7, 2014 Doha, Qatar


All-time top 25Edit

Men long courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[3]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 49.45   Caeleb Dressel (USA) 31 July 2021 Tokyo [4]
2 49.68   Kristof Milak (HUN) 31 July 2021 Tokyo [5]
3 49.82   Michael Phelps (USA) 1 August 2009 Rome
4 49.95   Milorad Čavić (SRB) 1 August 2009 Italy
5 50.39   Joseph Schooling (SGP) 3 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
6 50.40   Ian Crocker (USA) 30 July 2005 Montreal
7 50.41   Rafael Muñoz (ESP) 1 August 2009 Rome
8 50.45   Matthew Temple (AUS) 17 June 2021 Adelaide [6]
9 50.56   Chad le Clos (RSA) 8 August 2015 Kazan
10 50.64   Piero Codia (ITA) 9 August 2018 London
11 50.65   Albert Subirats (VEN) 31 July 2009 Rome
12 50.67   James Guy (GBR) 28 July 2017 Budapest
13 50.68   Maxime Rooney (USA) 2 August 2019 United States
14 50.74   Noè Ponti (Switzerland) 31 July 2021 Tokyo [7]
15 50.78   Jason Dunford (KEN) 31 July 2009 Rome
16 50.80   Michael Andrew (USA) 14 May 2021 Indianapolis [8]
17 50.83   Andrei Minakov (RUS) 27 July 2019 Gwangju
18 50.85   Andrew Lauterstein (AUS) 1 August 2009 Rome
  Mehdy Metella (FRA) 21 April 2019 France
20 50.86   László Cseh (HUN) 21 May 2016 Great Britain
21 50.90   Tyler McGill (USA) 31 July 2009 Rome
22 50.92   Jakub Majerski (POL) 31 July 2021 Tokyo [9]
23 50.93   Josif Miladinov (BUL) 23 May 2021 Budapest [10]
24 51.00   Kohei Kawamoto (JPN) 11 September 2009 Japan
  Grant Irvine (AUS) 29 July 2017 Budapest
  Jack Conger (USA) 1 March 2018 United States
  Takeshi Kawamoto (JPN) 8 April 2021 Tokyo [11]

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 51.00:

  • Caeleb Dressel also swam 49.50 (2019), 49.71 (2021), 49.76 (2021), 49.86 (2017), 49.87 (2021), 50.07 (2017), 50.08 (2017), 50.17 (2021), 50.28 (2019), 50.36 (2019), 50.39 (2021), 50.50 (2018), 50.75 (2018), 50.87 (2017), 50.92 (2020).
  • Kristóf Milák also swam 50.18 (2021), 50.31 (2021), 50.47 (2021), 50.62 (2017, 2021, 2021), 50.64 (2021), 50.77 (2017), 50.89 (2021), 50.95 (2019, 2021).
  • Michael Phelps also swam 50.22 (2009), 50.45 (2015), 50.48 (2009), 50.58 (2008), 50.65 (2010), 50.71 (2011), 50.77 (2007), 50.86 (2010, 2012), 50.87 (2008), 50.90 (2009), 50.97 (2008), 51.00 (2016).
  • Milorad Čavić also swam 50.01 (2009), 50.56 (2009), 50.59 (2008), 50.76 (2008), 50.92 (2008).
  • Joseph Schooling also swam 50.78 (2017), 50.83 (2016, 2017), 50.96 (2015, 2017).
  • Ian Crocker also swam 50.76 (2004), 50.82 (2007), 50.98 (2003).
  • Rafael Muñoz also swam 50.59 (2009).
  • Matthew Temple also swam 50.92 (2021).
  • Chad le Clos also swam 50.65 (2018).
  • Albert Subirats also swam 50.79 (2009).
  • James Guy also swam 50.83 (2017), 50.96 (2021), 50.99 (2021).
  • Noè Ponti also swam 50.76 (2021), 50.97 (2021).
  • Andrey Minakov also swam 50.88 (2021), 50.94 (2019), 51.00 (2021).
  • Andrew Lauterstein also swam 50.92 (2009), 50.93 (2009).
  • Mehdy Metella also swam 50.87 (2021).
  • László Cseh also swam 50.87 (2015), 50.91 (2015), 50.92 (2017).
  • Jakub Majerski also swam 50.97 (2021).

Men short courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[12]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 47.78   Caeleb Dressel (USA) 21 November 2020 Budapest
2 48.08   Chad le Clos (RSA) 8 December 2016 Windsor
3 48.47   Tom Shields (USA) 21 November 2020 Budapest
4 48.48   Yevgeny Korotyshkin (RUS) 15 November 2009 Berlin
5 48.48   Yevgeny Korotyshkin (RUS) 15 November 2009 Berlin
6 48.48   Yevgeny Korotyshkin (RUS) 15 November 2009 Berlin
7 49.06   Marius Kusch (GER) 5 December 2019 Glasgow
8 49.07   Ian Crocker (USA) 26 March 2004 East Meadow
9 49.10   Coleman Stewart (USA) 4 September 2021 Naples
10 49.18   Marcin Cieslak (POL) 21 November 2020 Budapest
11 49.19   Milroad Cavic (SRB) 12 December 2008 Rijeka
12 49.21   Adam Barrett (GBR) 7 December 2016 Windsor
13 49.23   Steffen Deibler (GER) 15 November 2009 Berlin
14 49.25   Li Zhuhao (CHN) 13 December 2018 Hangzhou
15 49.31   David Morgan (AUS) 8 December 2016 Windsor
16 49.32   Matthew Temple (AUS) 27 November 2020 Melbourne
17 49.33   Laszlo Cseh (HUN) 3 December 2015 Netanya
18 49.44   Kaio Almeida (BRA) 11 November 2009 Stockholm
19 49.45   Mehdy Metella (FRA) 13 December 2018 Hangzhou
20 49.51   Mitchell Patterson (AUS) 22 November 2009 Singapore
21 49.53   Mikhail Vekovishchev (RUS) 5 December 2019 Glasgow
22 49.54   Takeshi Kawamoto (JPN) 18 October 2020 Tokyo
  Matteo Rivolta (ITA) 12 August 2017 Eindhoven
  Andrew Lauterstein (AUS) 21 November 2020 Budapest
25 49.59   Ryan Lochte (USA) 13 December 2012 Istanbul

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 49.59:

  • Caeleb Dressel also swam 48.53 (2021), 48.71 (2018, 2021), 48.92 (2020), 49.02 (2020), 49.03 (2021), 49.10 (2019), 49.16 (2019), 49.33 (2020), 49.35 (2020).
  • Chad le Clos also swam 48.44 (2014), 48.45 (2020), 48.50 (2018), 48.56 (2014), 48.59 (2014), 48.66 (2016), 48.70 (2014), 48.74 (2014), 48.82 (2012), 48.95 (2014), 48.99 (2014), 49.01 (2013, 2016), 49.03 (2021), 49.05 (2013, 2016), 49.08 (2013), 49.09 (2017), 49.13 (2017), 49.14 (2013, 2016, 2020), 49.15 (2019), 49.18 (2017), 49.22 (2018), 49.26 (2016), 49.27 (2021), 49.33 (2020), 49.34 (2013, 2019), 49.35 (2016), 49.39 (2020), 49.41 (2013), 49.45 (2016), 49.48 (2013, 2020), 49.49 (2017), 49.52 (2016), 49.56 (2018), 49.58 (2021).
  • Tom Shields also swam 48.63 (2015), 48.67 (2021), 48.78 (2021), 48.80 (2013), 48.83 (2021), 48.88 (2021), 48.90 (2021), 48.94 (2020), 48.99 (2014), 49.00 (2014), 49.01 (2013, 2020), 49.02 (2014), 49.04 (2016), 49.16 (2013), 49.17 (2020), 49.23 (2014), 49.30 (2020), 49.32 (2013, 2014), 49.39 (2019), 49.45 (2013), 49.46 (2021), 49.49 (2013), 49.50 (2019), 49.52 (2019), 49.54 (2012), 49.55 (2017), 49.58 (2020).
  • Yevgeny Korotyshkin also swam 48.93 (2009), 48.99 (2009), 49.43 (2013), 49.49 (2009).
  • Marius Kusch also swam 49.48 (2020), 49.49 (2021).
  • Li Zhuhao also swam 49.36 (2018), 49.53 (2017).

Women long courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[13]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 55.48   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 7 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
2 55.59   Maggie MacNeil (CAN) 26 July 2021 Tokyo [14]
3 55.62   Zhang Yufei (CHN) 29 September 2020 Qingdao
4 55.66   Torri Huske (USA) 14 June 2021 Omaha [15]
5 55.72   Emma McKeon (AUS) 26 July 2021 Tokyo [16]
6 55.98   Dana Vollmer (USA) 29 July 2012 London
7 56.07   Liu Zige (CHN) 18 October 2009 China
8 56.08   Rikako Ikee (JPN) 9 August 2018 Japan
9 56.16   Marie Wattel (FRA) 25 July 2021 Tokyo [17]
10 56.20   Claire Curzan (USA) 10 April 2021 Cary [18]
11 56.22   Louise Hansson (SWE) 26 July 2021 Tokyo [19]
12 56.23   Jess Schipper (AUS) 27 July 2009 Rome
13 56.37   Kelsi Dahlia (USA) 24 July 2017 Budapest
14 56.46   Penny Oleksiak (CAN) 7 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
15 56.51   Jeanette Ottesen (DEN) 18 August 2014 Germany
16 56.56   Kate Douglass (USA) 14 June 2021 Omaha [20]
17 56.61   Inge de Bruijn (NED) 17 September 2000 Sydney
  Chen Xinyi (CHN) 23 September 2014 South Korea
19 56.69   Marleen Veldhuis (NED) 16 April 2009 Netherlands
20 56.73   Libby Trickett (AUS) 11 August 2008 Beijing
21 56.76   Lu Ying (CHN) 7 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
22 56.85   Alicia Coutts (AUS) 28 July 2012 London
23 56.86   Jiao Liuyang (CHN) 27 July 2009 Rome
24 56.89   Aurore Mongel (FRA) 27 July 2009 Rome
25 56.94   Gabriella Silva (BRA) 27 July 2009 Rome

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 56.94:

  • Sarah Sjöström also swam 55.53 (2017), 55.64 (2015), 55.68 (2016), 55.74 (2015), 55.76 (2017), 55.77 (2017), 55.84 (2016), 55.89 (2016), 55.95 (2016), 55.96 (2017), 56.04 (2015), 56.06 (2009), 56.12 (2016), 56.18 (2021), 56.20 (2017), 56.22 (2019), 56.23 (2018), 56.26 (2016, 2017), 56.29 (2018, 2019), 56.32 (2017), 56.35 (2018), 56.37 (2016), 56.38 (2016), 56.40 (2021), 56.42 (2019), 56.44 (2009), 56.45 (2019, 2019), 56.46 (2018), 56.47 (2015), 56.50 (2014), 56.52 (2014), 56.53 (2013, 2014, 2017), 56.57 (2018), 56.58 (2015), 56.62 (2018), 56.66 (2018), 56.69 (2019), 56.71 (2020), 56.72 (2016), 56.76 (2009), 56.77 (2018), 56.78 (2019), 56.79 (2012), 56.83 (2018), 56.86 (2019), 56.87 (2018), 56.90 (2017), 56.91 (2021).
  • Maggie MacNeil also swam 55.83 (2019), 56.14 (2021), 56.19 (2021), 56.52 (2019), 56.55 (2021), 56.56 (2021), 56.70 (2021).
  • Zhang Yufei also swam 55.64 (2021), 55.73 (2021), 55.82 (2021), 55.89 (2021), 55.96 (2021), 56.06 (2021), 56.18 (2021), 56.24 (2021), 56.29 (2020), 56.40 (2021), 56.42 (2021).
  • Torri Huske also swam 55.73 (2021), 55.78 (2021), 56.29 (2021), 56.51 (2021), 56.69 (2021, 2021).
  • Emma McKeon also swam 55.82 (2021), 55.93 (2021), 56.18 (2017), 56.23 (2017), 56.33 (2021), 56.36 (2020), 56.44 (2021), 56.54 (2018), 56.61 (2018, 2019), 56.65 (2021), 56.69 (2020), 56.78 (2018), 56.81 (2016, 2017, 2021), 56.82 (2021), 56.85 (2019), 56.89 (2016), 56.90 (2019).
  • Rikako Ikee also swam 56.23 (2018), 56.30 (2018), 56.40 (2018), 56.86 (2016), 56.89 (2017, 2017), 56.90 (2018), 56.93 (2018).
  • Dana Vollmer also swam 56.25 (2012), 56.36 (2012), 56.42 (2012), 56.47 (2011), 56.50 (2012), 56.56 (2016), 56.59 (2012), 56.63 (2016), 56.87 (2011), 56.90 (2016), 56.94 (2009, 2016).
  • Marie Wattel also swam 56.27 (2021).
  • Claire Curzan also swam 56.43 (2021), 56.61 (2020), 56.81 (2021).
  • Kelsi Dahlia also swam 56.44 (2017, 2018), 56.48 (2016), 56.56 (2021), 56.74 (2017), 56.80 (2021), 56.83 (2018), 56.84 (2016), 56.86 (2018), 56.91 (2021).
  • Inge de Bruijn also swam 56.64 (2000), 56.69 (2000).
  • Louise Hansson also swam 56.73 (2021, 2021), 56.92 (2021).
  • Penny Oleksiak also swam 56.73 (2016), 56.94 (2017).
  • Chen Xinyi also swam 56.82 (2016).
  • Jeanette Ottesen also swam 56.83 (2016).
  • Lu Ying also swam 56.87 (2012).
  • Jessicah Schipper also swam 56.90 (2009).
  • Alicia Coutts also swam 56.94 (2011, 2012).

Women short courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[21]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 54.61   Sarah Sjöström (SWE) 7 December 2014 Doha
2 54.84   Kelsi Dahlia (USA) 6 October 2018 Budapest
3 55.05   Diane Bui Duyet (FRA) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
4 55.10   Jeanette Ottesen (DEN) 11 December 2015 Indianapolis
5 55.12   Katinka Hosszu (HUN) 11 December 2016 Windsor
6 55.25   Lu Ying (CHN) 7 December 2014 Doha
7 55.26   Louise Hansson (SWE) 9 September 2021 Naples
8 55.30   Maggie MacNeil (CAN) 3 October 2021 Berlin [22]
  Alicia Coutts (AUS) 9 November 2013 Tokyo
10 55.31   Rikako Ikee (JPN) 11 November 2018 Tokyo
11 55.32   Beryl Gastaldello (FRA) 15 November 2020 Budapest
12 55.39   Emma McKeon (AUS) 26 October 2019 Budapest
13 55.43   Felicity Galvez (AUS) 19 December 2010 Dubai
14 55.53   Therese Alshammar (SWE) 6 November 2010 Stockholm
15 55.59   Dana Vollmer (USA) 30 October 2010 Berlin
16 55.64   Anastasiya Shkurdai (BLR) 1 November 2020 Budapest
17 55.68   Jessica Schipper (AUS) 12 August 2009 Hobart
18 55.69   Meddie Banic (USA) 1 November 2020 Budapest
19 55.71   Francesca Halsall (GBR) 18 December 2009 Manchester
20 55.72   Marie Wattel (FRA) 21 November 2020 Budapest
21 55.74   Inge Dekker (NED) 13 December 2009 Istanbul
  Libby Lenton (AUS) 26 April 2008 Canberra
23 55.87   Zhang Yufei (CHN) 30 September 2018 Eindhoven
24 55.93   Siobhan O'Connor (GBR) 11 December 2015 Indianapolis
  Madeline Groves (AUS) 27 November 2015 Sydney

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 55.93:

  • Sarah Sjöström also swam 54.91 (2018), 54.96 (2018), 55.00 (2017), 55.03 (2015), 55.07 (2017), 55.13 (2014), 55.32 (2017), 55.35 (2020), 55.37 (2020), 55.44 (2020), 55.55 (2017), 55.60 (2017), 55.70 (2017), 55.78 (2013).
  • Kelsi Dahlia also swam 55.01 (2018), 55.21 (2018), 55.22 (2016, 2021), 55.35 (2019), 55.40 (2021), 55.49 (2016), 55.54 (2021), 55.55 (2020), 55.63 (2021), 55.64 (2020), 55.72 (2020), 55.78 (2019), 55.84 (2016).
  • Louise Hansson also swam 55.42 (2021), 55.49 (2021), 55.67 (2021).

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