Coleman Stewart Smashes 100 Backstroke World Record in 48.33

2021 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – SEASON 3, MATCH 2

Coleman Stewart followed up his American Record in the 100 backstroke with a World Record performance on day 2 of match 2 of the 2021 ISL season.

Stewart blasted a 48.33 to knock 0.25 from Kliment Kolesnikov‘s World Record, set at the 2020 ISL Final. Stewart’s swim also jackpotted the entire field, stealing all the points from the competition, resulting in a 37-point haul for the Cali Condors.

Stewart was out in a blazing 23.45 and back in a 24.88. Yesterday, for comparison, Stewart turned in 23.94 and brought it home in 24.97.

Split Comparison

Stewart vs. Kolesnikov

Stewart, 2021 WR Kolesnikov, 2020 WR
1st 50 23.45 23.80
2nd 50 24.88 24.78
Total 48.33 48.58

Stewart vs. Stewart

Stewart, 2021 WR Stewart – Day 1
1st 50 23.45 23.94
2nd 50 24.88 24.97
Total 48.33 48.91

Top-10 Performers All-Time

  1. Coleman Stewart, USA (2021) — 48.33
  2. Kliment Kolesnikov, RUS (2021) — 48.58
  3. Xu Jiayu, CHN (2018)/Evgeny Rylov, RUS (2020) — 48.88
  4. Matt Grevers, USA (2015) — 48.92
  5. Nick Thoman, USA (2009) — 48.94
  6. Stanislav Donets, RUS (2010) — 48.95
  7. Arkady Vyatchanin, RUS (2009) — 48.97
  8. Mitch Larkin, AUS (2015) — 49.04
  9. Aschwin Wildeboer Faber, SPA (2009) — 49.05

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Susan
10 months ago

What a wonderful moment for him! Bravo!!

Zanna
10 months ago

No, was 10th in US trials in the 100m backstroke, 4th in 100fly

Pete
10 months ago

That is absolutely BANANAS. Are these guys even tapered????

Admin
Reply to  Pete
10 months ago

According to Rowdy according to Marsh they are.

Breezeway
Reply to  Braden Keith
10 months ago

🤦🏾‍♂️

Taa
Reply to  Pete
10 months ago

He only swam 40m

Chineeese boy
10 months ago

That was a b!itching swim

fart
10 months ago

Murphy fuming

Teddy
10 months ago

Welp

Guess 47 is on the table

Polfwack
Reply to  Teddy
10 months ago

47.

chinnychenchen
10 months ago

absolutely filthy

but why is he tapered for the start of the season

Ghost
Reply to  chinnychenchen
10 months ago

A WR is a WR in first meet or last meet

chinnychenchen
Reply to  Ghost
10 months ago

agree, but just wondering how he’s going so fast already

if he’s not even tapered yet then I’m scared for what’s coming

Eagleswim
Reply to  chinnychenchen
10 months ago

Time (again) to rethink what makes people fast. He says he took a break and didn’t know what to expect… fast doesn’t always mean “tapering” after a long training block. There’s no way he and his coaches decided he was going to peak for meet 1 of ISL lol

Uh oh stinky
10 months ago

Ryan Murphy a bum fr‼️‼️

Bruh
Reply to  Uh oh stinky
10 months ago

Dude got infinite more Olympic medals wym he a bum

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