2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Sunday, July 23rd – Sunday, July 30th
- Budapest, Hungary
- LCM (50m)
- Full Competition Schedule
- Meet Info
- Psych Sheets
- Omega Results
- Pick ’em Contest
- Event-by-Event Previews
The heats of the women’s 100 back, men’s 100 back, women’s 100 breast, men’s 200 free, and women’s 1500 free are on the docket for this morning’s competition on day two in Budapest.
You can read a full preview of this morning’s events here.
WOMEN’S 100 BACK – HEATS
- WR 58.12 SPOFFORTH Gemma GBR Rome (ITA) 28 JUL 2009
- CR 58.12 SPOFFORTH Gemma GBR Rome (ITA) 28 JUL 2009
- WJR 59.34 ATHERTON Minna AUS Brisbane (AUS) 2 JUL 2016
- Kylie Masse (CAN): 58.62
- Katinka Hosszu (HUN): 58.80
- Emily Seebohm (AUS): 58.95
- Anastasiia Fesikova (RUS): 59.58
- Olivia Smoliga (USA): 59.70
- Kathleen Baker (USA): 59.76
- Holly Barratt (AUS): 59.87
- Chen Jie (CHN): 59.88 / Kathleen Dawson (GBR): 59.88
- Daria Ustinova (RUS): 59.90
- Georgia Davies (GBR): 1:00.24
- Simona Baumrtova (CZE): 1:00.28
- Hilary Caldwell (CAN): 1:00.37
- Kira Toussaint (NED): 1:00.52 / Fu Yuanhui (CHN): 1:00.52
- Daryna Zevina (UKR): 1:00.59
Kylie Masse of Canada put up the top time of the morning with 58.62, half a second off her best time of 58.21. The Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu finished second in 58.80, followed by Aussie veteran Emily Seebohm in 58.95. The trio were the only swimmers under 59.
Russia’s Anastasiia Fesikova finished fourth in 59.58. Next was the pair of Americans, Kathleen Baker and Olivia Smoliga, in 59.70 and 59.76, respectively, both looking easy in the water.
Australia’s oldest-ever Worlds team rookie, 29-year-old Holly Barratt finished seventh in 59.87, followed by the pair of China’s Chen Jie and Great Britain’s Kathleen Dawson.
MEN’S 100 BACK – HEATS
- WR 51.85 MURPHY Ryan USA Rio (BRA) 13 AUG 2016
- CR 52.19 PEIRSOL Aaron USA Rome (ITA) 2 AUG 2009
- WJR 53.65 KOLESNIKOV Kliment RUS Hodmezovasarhely (HUN) 7 JUL 2016
- Xu Jiayu (CHN): 52.77
- Matt Grevers (USA): 52.92
- Grigory Tarasevich (RUS): 53.18
- Ryan Murphy (USA): 53.26
- Ryosuke Irie (JPN): 53.54
- Apostolos Christou (GRE): 53.55
- Mitch Larkin (AUS): 53.72 / Guilherme Guido (BRA): 53.72
- Corey Main (NZL): 53.97
- Li Guangyuan (CHN): 54.04
- Matteo Milli (ITA): 54.17
- Tomasz Polewka (POL): 54.30
- Shane Ryan (IRL): 54.33
- Yakov Roumarkin (ISR): 54.39
- Javier Acevedo (CAN): 54.43
- Kliment Kolesnikov (RUS): 54.51
China’s Asian record holder Xu Jiayu and the U.S.’s 2012 Olympic champ Matt Grevers were the two swimmers under 53 this morning. Russia’s Grigory Tarasevich came up third, followed by defending Olympic champion and world record holder Ryan Murphy of the U.S. and Cal in 53.26.
Japan’s Ryosuke Irie, who trains with Team Elite in the U.S., was fifth in 53.54, followed by Greece’s Apostolos Christou in 53.55.
Mitch Larkin of Australia and Guilherme Guido of Brazil tied for eighth in 53.72.
WOMEN’S 100 BREAST – HEATS
- WR 1:04.35 MEILUTYTE Ruta LTU Barcelona (ESP) 29 JUL 2013
- CR 1:04.35 MEILUTYTE Ruta LTU Barcelona (ESP) 29 JUL 2013
- WJR 1:05.39 30.48 MEILUTYTE Ruta LTU Nanjing (CHN) 20 AUG 2014
- Lilly King (USA): 1:05.20
- Yuliya Efimova (RUS): 1:05.60
- Ruta Meilutyte (LTU): 1:05.81
- Katie Meili (USA): 1:06.39
- Taylor McKeown (AUS): 1:06.64
- Jessica Vall (ESP): 1:06.64
- Shi Jinglin (CHN): 1:06.94
- Rachel Nicol (CAN): 1:07.10
- Jessica Leigh Hansen (AUS): 1:07.12
- Satomi Suzuki (JPN): 1:07.20
- Sarah Vasey (GBR): 1:07.20
- Siobhan-Marie O’Connor (GBR): 1:07.33
- Jennie Johansson (SWE): 1:07.35
- Rikke Moller Pedersen (DEN): 1:07.39
- Arianna Castiglioni (ITA): 1:07.43 / Kierra Smith (CAN): 1:07.43
Lilly King of the U.S. and Indiana University put up a 1:05.20 to outswim the field by .4 seconds this morning, coming in just .3 off her personal best of 1:04.93.
Yuliya Efimova of Russia finished second in 1:05.60, followed by world record holder Ruta Meilutytye of Lithuania in 1:05.81. American Olympic bronze medalist Katie Meili, who trains with Team Elite but will soon move to Washington D.C. to attend law school at Georgetown, finished fourth in 1:06.39.
Aussie Taylor McKeown was fifth in 1:06.64, followed by Jessica Vall in 1:06.85, coming in .4 off her Spanish record mark. Shi Jinglin of China was seventh in 1:06.94, and Canada’s Rachel Nicol was eighth in 1:07.10.
MEN’S 200 FREE – HEATS
- WR 1:42.00 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Rome (ITA) 28 JUL 2009
- CR 1:42.00 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Rome (ITA) 28 JUL 2009
- WJR 1:47.10 ROONEY Maxime USA San Antonio, TX (USA) 7 AUG 2015
- Sun Yang (CHN): 1:45.78
- James Guy (GBR): 1:46.22
- Mikhail Dovgalyuk (RUS): 1:46.47
- Townley Haas (USA): 1:46.50
- Aleksandr Krasnykh (RUS): 1:46.51 / Kacper Majchrzak (POL): 1:46.51
- Duncan Scott (GBR): 1:46.62
- Dominik Kozma (HUN): 1:46.83
- Blake Pieroni (USA): 1:46.88
- Danas Rapsys (LTU): 1:46.88
- Mack Horton (AUS): 1:46.97
- Velimir Stjepanovic (SRB): 1:47.05
- Myles Brown (RSA): 1:47.09
- Park Tae Hwan (KOR): 1:47.11
- Naito Ehara (JPN) / Marwan Elkamash (EGY): 1:47.40 ****SWIM-OFF
China’s 7th-fastest swimmer in the history of this event Sun Yang led the field by nearly half a second this morning, finishing in 1:45.78. British record holder James Guy was second in 1:46.22. Russia’s Mikhail Dovgalyuk finished third in 1:46.47, followed by the U.S. and Texas’s Townley Haas in 1:46.50.
Russia’s Aleksandr Krasnykh tied for fifth with Poland’s Kacper Majchrzak in 1:46.51. Duncan Scott was seventh in 1:46.62, and Dominik Kozma was eighth in 1:46.83.
Rio Olympic silver medalist Chad le Clos was a no show in the event.
There was a tie for sixteenth place that should result in a swim-off between Japan’s Naito Ehara and Egypt’s Marwan Elkamash, who both finished in 1:47.40.
WOMEN’S 1500 FREE – PRELIMS
- WR 15:25.48 LEDECKY Katie USA Kazan (RUS) 4 AUG 2015
- CR 15:25.48 LEDECKY Katie USA Kazan (RUS) 4 AUG 2015
- WJR 15:28.36 LEDECKY Katie USA Gold Coast (AUS) 24 AUG 2014
- Katie Ledecky (USA): 15:47.54
- Mireia Belmonte (ESP): 16:05.37
- Yawen Hou (CHN): 16:05.87
- Simona Quadarella (ITA): 16:07.08
- Boglarka Kapas (HUN): 16:09.60
- Kristel Kobrich (CHI): 16:17.28
- Julia Hassler (LIE): 16:19.16
- Ajna Kesely (HUN): 16:20.98
World record holder Katie Ledecky of the U.S. and Stanford put up 15:47.54 this morning for the 10th-fastest performance by an American in history. (For context, Ledecky holds 9 of the 10 fastest American performances and 7 of the 10 fastest performances in history).
Spanish record holder Mireia Belmonte finished second in 16:05.37, and Yawen Hou was close behind out of the second heat in 16:05.87. Italy’s Simona Quadrella swam 16:07.08, leading throughout much of the second heat, and Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas was fifth in 16:09.60.
Chile’s Kristel Kobrich was 16:17.28, and Julia Hassler (16:19.16) and Ajna Kesely (16:20.98) will round out the world championship final.