Vladislav Grinev

2018 Short Course World Championships (Hangzhou, China)

Grinev was part of the 4×100 free relay team which set the European record (3:03.11 SCM) in Hangzhou. He also swam on the silver medal 4×200 free and 4×100 medley relays.

National Record in the 100 Free

At the 2019 Russian Championships in April, Grinev made headlines when he broke the 10-year-old national record in the 100 free, registering a 47.43 which was the #1 time in the world at that point in the year.

2019 World Championships (Gwangju, South Korea)

Grinev earned the bronze medal in the 100 free at the FINA World Championships in July 2019, clocking a 47.82 behind American Caeleb Dressel (46.96) and Australia’s Kyle Chalmers (47.08).

Grinev swam the leadoff leg of the Russia’s silver medal 4×100 relay at Worlds, clocking a 47.83 en route to the team’s 3:09.97. Vladimir Morozov, Kliment Kolesnikov and Evgeny Rylov rounded out the lineup, which finished 91 hundredths of a second behind the gold medal team from the United States (3:09.06). Grinev also swam on the prelims of the 4×100 medley relay, splitting 47.20 in the morning. Russia ended up earning a silver medal in the final.

International Medals

Place Event Year Meet
Silver 400 Freestyle Relay 2019 World Championships
Bronze 400 Medley Relay 2019 World Championships
Bronze 100 Free 2019 World Championships
Silver 400 Freestyle Relay 2018 Short Course World Championships
Silver 800 Freestyle Relay 2018 Short Course World Championships
Silver 400 Medley Relay 2018 Short Course World Championships
Gold 400 Freestyle Relay 2018 European Championships
Silver 400 Medley Relay 2018 European Championships
Bronze 400 Mixed Free Relay 2018 European Championships

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
lcm 50 Free 22.13 04/12/19 Russian Championships
Moscow, Russia
lcm 100 Free 47.43 04/09/19 Russian Championships
Moscow, Russia
lcm 200 Free 1:49.85 06/09/19 Mare Nostrum
Monte Carlo, Monacco
lcm 50 Fly 24.38 04/08/19 Russian Championships
Moscow, Russia

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