World record progression 200 metres butterfly

This is a history of the progression of the World Record for the Swimming event: the 200 Butterfly. It is a listing of the fastest-time-ever swum in the event, in both long course (50m) and short course (25m) swimming pool. These records are maintained/recognized by FINA, which oversees international competitive Aquatics.

Graphs of the progression of the World Records in all four strokes (50m, 100m and 200m distances).

The long course records are historically older than the short course records: the long course records go back to at least the 1950s, whereas the short course marks having only been recognized since the early 1990s.

MenEdit

Long courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:19.0   Mike Troy July 11, 1959 Los Altos, United States
2:16.4   Mike Troy July 11, 1959 Los Altos, United States
2:15.0   Mike Troy July 10, 1960 Evansville, United States
2:13.4   Mike Troy July 23, 1960 Toledo, United States
2:13.2   Mike Troy August 4, 1960 Detroit, United States
2:12.8   Mike Troy September 2, 1960 Rome, Italy
2:12.6   Carl Robie August 19, 1961 Los Angeles, United States
2:12.5   Kevin Berry February 20, 1962 Melbourne, Australia
2:12.4   Carl Robie August 11, 1962 Cuyahoga Falls, United States
2:10.8   Carl Robie August 11, 1962 Cuyahoga Falls, United States
2:09.7   Kevin Berry October 23, 1962 Melbourne, Australia
2:08.4   Kevin Berry January 12, 1963 Sydney, Australia
2:08.2   Carl Robie March 18, 1963 Tokyo, Japan
2:06.9   Kevin Berry March 29, 1964 Sydney, Australia
2:06.6   Kevin Berry October 18, 1964 Tokyo, Japan
2:06.4   Mark Spitz July 26, 1967 Winnipeg, Canada
2:06.0   John Ferris August 30, 1967 Tokyo, Japan
2:05.7   Mark Spitz October 8, 1967 West Berlin, West Germany
2:05.4   Mark Spitz August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:05.0   Gary Hall, Sr. August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:03.9   Mark Spitz August 27, 1971 Houston, United States
2:03.3   Hans-Joachim Fassnacht August 31, 1971 Landskrona, Sweden
2:01.87   Mark Spitz August 2, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:01.53   Mark Spitz August 2, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:00.70   Mark Spitz August 28, 1972 Munich, West Germany
2:00.21   Roger Pyttel June 3, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
1:59.63   Roger Pyttel June 3, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
1:59.23   Mike Bruner July 18, 1976 Montréal, Québec
1:58.21   Craig Beardsley July 30, 1980 Irvine, United States
1:58.01   Craig Beardsley August 22, 1981 Kiev, Soviet Union
1:57.05   Michael Gross August 26, 1983 Rome, Italy
1:57.04   Jon Sieben August 3, 1984 Los Angeles, United States
1:57.01   Michael Gross June 29, 1985 Wuppertal, West Germany
1:56.65   Michael Gross August 10, 1985 Sofia, Bulgaria
1:56.24   Michael Gross June 28, 1986 Hannover, West Germany
1:55.69   Melvin Stewart January 12, 1991 Perth, Australia
1:55.22   Denis Pankratov June 14, 1995 Canet-en-Roussillon, France
1:55.18   Tom Malchow June 17, 2000 Charlotte, United States
1:54.92   Michael Phelps March 30, 2001 Austin, United States
1:54.58   Michael Phelps July 24, 2001 Fukuoka, Japan
1:53.93   Michael Phelps July 22, 2003 Barcelona, Spain
1:53.80   Michael Phelps August 17, 2006 Victoria, Canada
1:53.71   Michael Phelps February 17, 2007 Columbia, United States
1:52.09   Michael Phelps March 28, 2007 Melbourne, Australia
1:52.03   Michael Phelps August 13, 2008 Beijing, China
1:51.51   Michael Phelps July 29, 2009 Rome, Italy
1:50.73   Kristóf Milák July 24, 2019 Gwangju, South Korea

Short courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
1:54.67   Franck Esposito February 1, 1992 Paris, France
1:54.58   Danyon Loader February 6, 1993 Paris, France
1:54.50   Danyon Loader February 9, 1993 Malmö, Sweden
1:54.21   Danyon Loader February 13, 1993 Gelsenkirchen, Germany
1:53.05   Franck Esposito March 26, 1994 Paris, France
1:52.64   Denis Pankratov February 2, 1997 Gelsenkirchen, Germany
1:51.76   James Hickman March 28, 1998 Paris, France
1:51.58   Franck Esposito January 14, 2001 Antibes, France
1:51.21   Thomas Rupprath December 1, 2001 Rostock, Germany
1:50.73   Franck Esposito December 8, 2002 Antibes, France
1:50.60   Nikolay Skvortsov December 13, 2008 Rijeka, Croatia
1:50.53   Nikolay Skvortsov February 15, 2009 Saint Petersburg, Russia
1:49.11   Kaio de Almeida November 10, 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
1:49.04   Chad le Clos August 7, 2013 Eindhoven, Netherlands
1:48.56   Chad le Clos November 5, 2013 Singapore, Singapore
1:48.24   Daiya Seto December 11, 2018 Hangzhou, China

WomenEdit

Long courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:40.5   Nancy Ramey June 29, 1958 Los Angeles, United States
2:38.9   Tineke Lagerberg September 13, 1958 Naarden, Netherlands
2:37.0   Becky Collins July 19, 1959 Redding, United States
2:34.4   Marianne Heemskerk June 12, 1960 Leipzig, East Germany
2:32.8   Becky Collins August 13, 1961 Philadelphia, United States
2:31.2   Sharon Finneran August 19, 1962 Chicago, United States
2:30.7   Sharon Finneran August 25, 1962 Los Altos, United States
2:29.1   Susan Pitt July 27, 1963 Philadelphia, United States
2:28.1   Sharon Stouder July 12, 1964 Los Angeles, United States
2:26.4   Sharon Stouder August 2, 1964 Los Altos, United States
2:26.3   Kendis Moore August 15, 1965 Maumee, United States
2:25.8   Ada Kok August 21, 1965 Leiden, Netherlands
2:25.3   Ada Kok September 12, 1965 Groningen, Netherlands
2:22.5   Ada Kok August 2, 1967 Groningen, Netherlands
2:21.0   Ada Kok August 25, 1967 Blackpool, United Kingdom
2:20.7   Karen Moe July 11, 1970 Santa Clara, United States
2:19.3   Alice Jones August 22, 1970 Los Angeles, United States
2:18.6   Karen Moe August 7, 1971 Santa Clara, United States
2:18.4   Ellie Daniel August 28, 1971 Houston, United States
2:16.62   Karen Moe August 6, 1972 Chicago, United States
2:15.57   Karen Moe September 4, 1972 Munich, West Germany
2:15.45   Rosemarie Kother September 8, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2:13.76   Rosemarie Kother September 8, 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2:13.60   Rosemarie Gabriel March 14, 1976 Tallinn, Soviet Union
2:12.84   Rosemarie Gabriel June 4, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
2:11.22   Rosemarie Gabriel June 5, 1976 East Berlin, East Germany
2:11.20   Andrea Pollack April 9, 1978 Leningrad, Soviet Union
2:09.87   Andrea Pollack July 4, 1978 East Berlin, East Germany
2:09.87=   Tracy Caulkins August 26, 1978 West Berlin, West Germany
2:09.77   Mary T. Meagher July 7, 1979 San Juan, Puerto Rico
2:08.41   Mary T. Meagher August 16, 1979 Fort Lauderdale, United States
2:07.01   Mary T. Meagher August 16, 1979 Fort Lauderdale, United States
2:06.37   Mary T. Meagher July 30, 1980 Irvine, United States
2:05.96   Mary T. Meagher August 13, 1981 Brown Deer, United States
2:05.81   Susie O'Neill May 17, 2000 Sydney, Australia
2:05.78   Otylia Jędrzejczak August 4, 2002 Berlin, Germany
2:05.61   Otylia Jędrzejczak July 28, 2005 Montreal, Canada
2:05.40   Jessicah Schipper August 17, 2006 Victoria, Canada
2:04.18   Liu Zige August 14, 2008 Beijing, China
2:04.14   Mary Descenza July 29, 2009 Rome, Italy
2:03.41   Jessicah Schipper July 30, 2009 Rome, Italy
2:01.81   Liu Zige October 21, 2009 Jinan, China

Short courseEdit

Time Swimmer Date Place
2:05.37   Susie O'Neill February 17, 1999 Malmö, Sweden
2:04.43   Susie O'Neill September 2, 1999 Canberra, Australia
2:04.16   Susie O'Neill January 18, 2000 Sydney, Australia
2:04.04   Yang Yu January 18, 2004 Berlin, Germany
2:03.53   Otylia Jędrzejczak December 13, 2007 Debrecen, Hungary
2:03.12   Yuko Nakanishi February 23, 2008 Tokyo, Japan
2:02.50   Liu Zige November 11, 2009 Stockholm, Sweden
2:00.78   Liu Zige November 15, 2009 Berlin, Germany
1:59.61   Mireia Belmonte December 3, 2014 Doha, Qatar


All-time top 25Edit

Men long courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[1]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue
1 1:50.73   Kristóf Milák (HUN) 24 July 2019 Gwangju
2 1:51.51   Michael Phelps (USA) 29 July 2009 Rome
3 1:52.53   Daiya Seto (JPN) 18 January 2020 Beijing
4 1:52.70   László Cseh (HUN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
5 1:52.96   Chad le Clos (RSA) 31 July 2012 London
6 1:52.97   Takeshi Matsuda (JPN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
7 1:53.23   Paweł Korzeniowski (POL) 29 July 2009 Rome
8 1:53.40   Masato Sakai (JPN) 9 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
9 1:53.42   Tamás Kenderesi (HUN) 27 March 2019 Hungary
10 1:53.73   Tomoru Honda (JPN) 31 July 2021 Tokyo
11 1:53.79   Nao Horomura (JPN) 6 April 2018 Japan
12 1:53.84   Gianluca Urlando (USA) 14 June 2019 United States
13 1:53.86   Daiya Seto (JPN) 24 July 2019 South Korea
14 1:54.10   Jan Switkowski (POL) 5 August 2015 Kazan
15 1:54.15   Moss Burmester (NZL) 4 April 2009 New Zealand
16 1:54.27   Kaio de Almeida (BRA) 5 May 2009 Brazil
17 1:54.28   Federico Burdisso (ITA) 19 May 2021 Budapest
18 1:54.31   Nikolay Skvortsov (RUS) 12 August 2008 Beijing
19 1:54.35   Wu Peng (CHN) 13 August 2008 Beijing
  Dinko Jukić (AUT) 31 July 2012 London
21 1:54.42   Tyler Clary (USA) 29 July 2009 Italy
22 1:54.43   Chen Yin (CHN) 30 July 2012 London
23 1:54.44   Wang Kuan-hung (TWN) 26 July 2021 Tokyo
24 1:54.46   Nick D'Arcy (AUS) 17 March 2009 Australia
25 1:54.47   Jack Conger (USA) 7 August 2015 United States

Men short courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[2]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:48.24   Daiya Seto (JPN) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
2 1:48.32   Chad le Clos (RSA) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
3 1:48.66   Tom Shields (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
4 1:49.00   László Cseh (HUN) 6 December 2015 Netanya
5 1:49.11   Kaio de Almeida (BRA) 10 November 2009 Sweden
6 1:49.46   Nikolay Skvortsov (RUS) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
7 1:49.50   Takeshi Matsuda (JPN) 12 November 2011 Japan
8 1:49.89   Kuan-Hung Wang (TPE) 16 November 2020 Budapest
9 1:49.98   Kristóf Milák (HUN) 27 October 2019 Budapest
10 1:50.13   Paweł Korzeniowski (POL) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
11 1:50.23   Andreas Vazaios (GRE) 8 December 2019 Glasgow
12 1:50.28   Hidemasa Sano (JPN) 11 February 2012 Japan
13 1:50.32   Dinko Jukić (AUT) 12 December 2009 Istanbul
14 1:50.39   Li Zhuhao (CHN) 11 December 2018 Hangzhou
15 1:50.46   Jack Conger (USA) 21 December 2019 Las Vegas
16 1:50.51   Yuya Sakamoto (JPN) 17 October 2020 Japan
17 1:50.54   Aleksandr Kharlanov (RUS) 17 December 2017 Copenhagen
18 1:50.62   Tomoe Hvas (NOR) 19 September 2021 Naples [3]
19 1:50.64   Vinicius Lanza (BRA) 31 October 2020 Budapest
20 1:50.73   Franck Esposito (FRA) 8 December 2002 France
21 1:50.95   Masato Sakai (JPN) 21 October 2016 Singapore
22 1:51.01   Kazuya Kaneda (JPN) 16 December 2012 Istanbul
23 1:51.02   Kosuke Hagino (JPN) 9 November 2013 Japan
24 1:51.03   Tomoru Honda (JPN) 6 November 2020 Budapest
25 1:51.05   Moss Burmester (NZL) 13 April 2008 Manchester

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 1:51.05:

  • Daiya Seto also swam 1:48.77 (2019), 1:48.92 (2014), 1:49.41 (2021), 1:49.53 (2016), 1:49.68 (2014), 1:49.76 (2021), 1:49.84 (2016), 1:49.87 (2018), 1:49.88 (2018), 1:49.93 (2016), 1:49.97 (2016), 1:50.19 (2017), 1:50.28 (2021), 1:50.33 (2017), 1:50.68 (2021), 1:50.73 (2016), 1:50.82 (2014), 1:50.93 (2014), 1:50.96 (2013), 1:51.01 (2018).
  • Chad le Clos also swam 1:48.56 (2013), 1:48.57 (2020), 1:48.61 (2014), 1:48.67 (2017), 1:48.76 (2016), 1:48.88 (2014), 1:49.04 (2013), 1:49.07 (2013), 1:49.08 (2017), 1:49.10 (2016), 1:49.20 (2014), 1:49.25 (2017), 1:49.33 (2016), 1:49.59 (2017), 1:49.71 (2016), 1:49.73 (2014, 2014), 1:49.82 (2016), 1:49.83 (2013), 1:49.90 (2013), 1:49.93 (2016), 1:49.95 (2016), 1:50.15 (2011), 1:50.24 (2020), 1:50.28 (2017, 2020), 1:50.29 (2016, 2018), 1:50.32 (2021), 1:50.33 (2013), 1:50.35 (2016), 1:50.39 (2013), 1:50.48 (2020), 1:50.57 (2020), 1:50.63 (2019), 1:50.64 (2020), 1:50.71 (2017), 1:51.00 (2011), 1:51.05 (2011).
  • Tom Shields also swam 1:49.02 (2020), 1:49.05 (2015), 1:49.26 (2017), 1:49.29 (2017), 1:49.50 (2016), 1:49.62 (2017), 1:49.78 (2020), 1:49.86 (2017), 1:50.08 (2014), 1:50.19 (2014), 1:50.24 (2021), 1:50.25 (2019), 1:50.28 (2020), 1:50.39 (2021), 1:50.43 (2020), 1:50.51 (2021), 1:50.55 (2020), 1:50.56 (2014), 1:50.60 (2017), 1:50.61 (2013), 1:50.68 (2014), 1:50.71 (2017), 1:51.04 (2019).
  • László Cseh also swam 1:50.87 (2011).
  • Kaio de Almeida also swam 1:49.11 (2009).
  • Nikolay Skvortsov also swam 1:50.53 (2009), 1:50.58 (2009), 1:50.60 (2008), 1:50.74 (2007), 1:50.75 (2009), 1:50.99 (2013).
  • Takeshi Matsuda also swam 1:50.64 (2010), 1:50.96 (2011).
  • Kuan-Hung Wang also swam 1:50.14 (2020), 1:50.77 (2020), 1:50.79 (2020), 1:50.90 (2020).
  • Kristóf Milák also swam 1:50.94 (2019).
  • Paweł Korzeniowski also swam 1:50.43 (2013).
  • Hidemasa Sano also swam 1:50.58 (2011), 1:50.80 (2011).
  • Li Zhuhao also swam 1:50.92 (2018), 1:50.96 (2018).
  • Aleksandr Kharlanov also swam 1:50.67 (2018), 1:51.03 (2016).
  • Vinicius Lanza also swam 1:51.00 (2018).
  • Kazuya Kaneda also swam 1:51.05 (2011).

Women long courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[4]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 2:01.81   Liu Zige (CHN) 21 October 2009 China
2 2:03.41   Jess Schipper (AUS) 30 July 2009 Rome
3 2:03.86   Zhang Yufei (CHN) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [5]
4 2:04.06   Jiao Liuyang (CHN) 1 August 2012 London
5 2:04.14   Mary Descenza (USA) 29 July 2009 Rome
6 2:04.27   Katinka Hosszú (HUN) 29 July 2009 Rome
7 2:04.69   Natsumi Hoshi (JPN) 2 April 2012 Japan
8 2:04.78   Mireia Belmonte (ESP) 1 August 2013 Barcelona
9 2:04.83   Ellen Gandy (GBR) 16 March 2009 Great Britain
10 2:04.88   Madeline Groves (AUS) 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
11 2:05.09   Aurore Mongel (FRA) 29 July 2009 Rome
12 2:05.26   Franziska Hentke (GER) 4 July 2015 Germany
13 2:05.30   Regan Smith (USA) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [6]
14 2:05.36   Jemma Lowe (GBR) 14 June 2011 Great Britain
15 2:05.38   Gong Jie (CHN) 1 April 2012 China
16 2:05.45   Alys Thomas (GBR) 9 April 2018 Australia
17 2:05.61   Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL) 28 July 2005 Canada
18 2:05.62   Suzuka Hasegawa (JPN) 30 August 2020 Japan
19 2:05.65   Hali Flickinger (USA) 29 July 2021 Tokyo [7]
20 2:05.78   Kathleen Hersey (USA) 1 August 2012 London
21 2:05.81   Susie O'Neill (AUS) 13 May 2000 Australia
22 2:05.88   Misty Hyman (USA) 20 September 2000 [Sydney
23 2:05.90   Cammile Adams (USA) 10 August 2016 Rio de Janeiro
24 2:05.95   Audrey Lacroix (CAN) 30 July 2009 Rome
25 2:05.96   Mary T. Meagher (USA) 13 August 1981 United States

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:05.96:

  • Liu Zige also swam 2:03.90 (2009), 2:04.18 (2008), 2:04.40 (2011), 2:04.59 (2013), 2:05.29 (2009), 2:05.90 (2011).
  • Katinka Hosszú also swam 2:04.28 (2009), 2:05.59 (2013).
  • Mary Descenza also swam 2:04.33 (2009), 2:04.41 (2009).
  • Jiao Liuyang also swam 2:04.44 (2011), 2:04.50 (2009), 2:04.54 (2013), 2:04.72 (2008), 2:04.96 (2009), 2:05.18 (2012), 2:05.55 (2011), 2:05.79 (2010), 2:05.87 (2013).
  • Mireia Belmonte also swam 2:04.79 (2014), 2:04.85 (2016), 2:05.25 (2012), 2:05.26 (2017), 2:05.86 (2015).
  • Jess Schipper also swam 2:04.87 (2009), 2:05.40 (2006), 2:05.50 (2009), 2:05.65 (2005).
  • Zhang Yufei also swam 2:04.89 (2021), 2:05.44 (2021), 2:05.49 (2021), 2:05.70 (2020), 2:05.84).
  • Natsumi Hoshi also swam 2:05.20 (2016), 2:05.48 (2012), 2:05.56 (2015), 2:05.91 (2011).
  • Franziska Hentke also swam 2:05.39 (2017), 2:05.77 (2016).
  • Madeline Groves also swam 2:05.41 (2015), 2:05.47 (2016), 2:05.66 (2016).
  • Aurore Mongel also swam 2:05.48 (2009).
  • Ellen Gandy also swam 2:05.59 (2011), 2:05.90 (2011), 2:05.95 (2012).
  • Otylia Jędrzejczak also swam 2:05.78 (2002).
  • Hali Flickinger also swam 2:05.85 (2021), 2:05.87 (2018), 2:05.96 (2019).
  • Kathleen Hersey also swam 2:05.90 (2012).

Women short courseEdit

  • Correct as of October 2021[8]
Pos Time Swimmer Date Venue Ref
1 1:59.61   Mireia Belmonte (ESP) 3 December 2014 Doha
2 2:00.78   Zige Liu (CHN) 15 November 2009 Germany
3 2:01.12   Katinka Hosszú (HUN) 3 December 2014 Doha
4 2:01.73   Kelsi Dahlia (USA) 12 December 2018 Hangzhou
5 2:02.28   Liuyang Jiao (CHN) 12 December 2012 Istanbul
6 2:02.88   Ellen Gandy (AUS) 22 August 2013 Australia
7 2:02.96   Suzuka Hasegawa (JPN) 14 January 2017 Japan
8 2:03.01   Franziska Hentke (GER) 4 December 2015 Netanya
9 2:03.08   Madeline Groves (AUS) 28 November 2015 Australia
10 2:03.09   Yufei Zhang (CHN) 28 September 2018 Netherlands
11 2:03.12   Yuko Nakanishi (JPN) 23 February 2008 Japan
12 2:03.19   Jemma Lowe (GBR) 12 December 2012 Istanbul
13 2:03.20   Audrey Lacroix (CAN) 6 August 2009 Great Britain
14 2:03.22   Aurore Mongel (FRA) 10 December 2009 Istanbul
15 2:03.25   Brianna Throssell (AUS) 28 November 2015 Australia
16 2:03.27   Jess Schipper (AUS) 22 November 2009 Singapore
17 2:03.35   Hali Flickinger (USA) 22 November 2020 Budapest
18 2:03.39   Cammile Adams (USA) 12 December 2015 United States
19 2:03.49   Kathleen Hersey (USA) 16 December 2011 United States
20 2:03.53   Otylia Jędrzejczak (POL) 13 December 2007 Hungary
21 2:03.60   Natsumi Hoshi (JPN) 23 February 2013 Japan
22 2:03.65   Hye Ra Choi (KOR) 9 November 2011 China
23 2:03.76   Svetlana Chimrova (RUS) 30 September 2021 Naples [9]
24 2:03.82   Petra Granlund (SWE) 10 December 2009 Istanbul
25 2:03.85   Lara Grangeon (FRA) 4 December 2015 Netanya

NotesEdit

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 2:03.85:

  • Mireia Belmonte also swam 2:01.52 (2013), 2:03.02 (2017), 2:03.17 (2014), 2:031.31 (2013), 2:03.37 (2011), 2:03.39 (2014), 2:03.59 (2010), 2:03.61 (2014), 2:03.83 (2014).
  • Zige Liu also swam 2:02.50 (2009).
  • Katinka Hosszú also swam 2:01.60 (2018), 2:02.15 (2016), 2:02.20 (2012), 2:02.21 (2013), 2:02.40 (2013), 2:02.42 (2014), 2:02.75 (2017), 2:02.86 (2018), 2:02.87 (2018), 2:02.88 (2018), 2:02.99 (2014), 2:03.01 (2018), 2:03.05 (2013), 2:03.14 (2014, 2018), 2:03.21 (2019), 2:03.26 (2013), 2:03.34 (2016), 2:03.36 (2013), 2:03.67 (2013).
  • Kelsi Dahlia also swam 2:02.89 (2016), 2:03.31 (2018), 2:03.33 (2018), 2:03.51 (2018).
  • Ellen Gandy also swam 2:03.79 (2013).
  • Suzuka Hasegawa also swam 2:03.12 (2020), 2:03.38 (2020), 2:03.53 (2020).
  • Franziska Hentke also swam 2:03.43 (2017), 2:03.47 (2013), 2:03.73 (2018), 2:03.74 (2015), 2:03.86 (2015), 2:03.89 (2014).
  • Madeline Groves also swam 2:03.34 (2016).
  • Yufei Zhang also swam 2:03.29 (2018), 2:03.33 (2018), 2:03.50 (2018).
  • Hali Flickinger also swam 2:03.81 (2019).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Men's 200m Butterfly Long Course All-Time Ranking". FINA. 19 October 2021. Retrieved 19 October 2021.
  2. ^ "Men's 200m Butterfly Short Course All-Time Ranking". FINA. 22 October 2021. Retrieved 22 October 2021.
  3. ^ "Men's 200m Butterfly Results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 19 September 2021. Retrieved 1 October 2021.
  4. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Long Course All-Time Ranking". FINA. 21 October 2021. Retrieved 21 October 2021.
  5. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Final Results" (PDF). olympics.com. 29 July 2021. Retrieved 16 August 2021.
  6. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Final Results" (PDF). olympics.com. 29 July 2021. Retrieved 16 August 2021.
  7. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Final Results" (PDF). olympics.com. 29 July 2021. Retrieved 16 August 2021.
  8. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Short Course All-Time Ranking". FINA. 22 October 2021. Retrieved 22 October 2021.
  9. ^ "Women's 200m Butterfly Results" (PDF). omegatiming.com. 30 September 2021. Retrieved 8 October 2021.