Watch All Finals and World Record Videos From the 2019 FINA World Championships

2019 FINA WORLD AQUATICS CHAMPIONSHIPS

There were 42 medal events total at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Though we cannot find videos for all of them, we have provided what is most current and available to us.

Day 1

MEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINALS

TOP 3 FINISHERS

  1. Sun Yang, China, 3:42.44
  2. Mack Horton, Australia, 3:43.17
  3. Gabriele Detti, Italy, 3:43.23

WOMEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINALS

TOP 3 FINISHERS

  1. Ariarne Titmus, Australia, 3:58.97 — Oceanic Record, Australian Record
  2. Katie Ledecky, United States, 3:59.97
  3. Leah Smith, United States, 4:01.29

MEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – SEMIFINALS

TOP 8 QUALIFIERS

  1. Adam Peaty, Great Britain, 56.88 — WORLD RECORD, Championship Record
  2. Yan Zibei, China, 58.67 — Asian Record, Chinese Record
  3. James Wilby, Great Britain, 58.83
  4. Yasuhiro Koseki, Japan, 58.89
  5. Andrew Wilson, United States, 58.95
  6. Dmitriy Balandin, Kazakhstan, 59.03
  7. Anton Chupkov, Russia, 59.15
  8. Kirill Prigoda, Russia, 59.21

MEN’S 400 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINALS

TOP 3 FINISHERS

  1. United States, 3:09.06 — Championship Record
  2. Russia, 3:09.97
  3. Australia, 3:11.22

WOMEN’S 400 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINALS

TOP 3 FINISHERS

  1. Australia, 3:30.21 — Championship Record
  2. United States, 3:31.02 — American Record
  3. Canada, 3:31.78

Day 2

MEN’S 100 BREAST – FINAL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCf2s7GFlSA

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Adam Peaty (GBR), 57.14
  2. SILVER- James Wilby (GBR), 58.46
  3. BRONZE- Yan Zibei (CHN), 58.63

WOMEN’S 100 FLY – FINAL:

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Maggie MacNeil (CAN), 55.83
  2. SILVER- Sarah Sjostrom (SWE), 56.22
  3. BRONZE- Emma McKeon (AUS), 56.61

MEN’S 50 FLY – FINAL:

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Caeleb Dressel (USA), 22.35
  2. SILVER- Oleg Kostin (RUS), 22.70
  3. BRONZE- Nicholas Santos (BRA), 22.79

WOMEN’S 200 IM – FINAL:

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Katinka Hosszu (HUN), 2:07.53
  2. SILVER- Ye Shiwen (CHN), 2:08.60
  3. BRONZE- Sydney Pickrem (CAN), 2:08.70

Day 3

MEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL & MEDAL CEREMONY (AND DRAMA)

MEDALISTS:

WOMEN’S 1500 FREESTYLE – FINAL

MEDALISTS:

WOMEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

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MEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

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WOMEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

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Day 5

WOMEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

  • World Record: Liu Zige (China), 2009, 2:01.81
  • World Junior Record: Suzuka Hasegawa (Japan), 2017, 2:06.29
  • World Championships Record: Jessica Schipper (Australia), 2:03.41
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Mireia Belmonte (Spain), 2:05.26

Medalists:

  1. GOLD – Boglarka Kapas (HUN), 2:06.78
  2. SILVER – Hali Flickinger (USA), 2:06.95
  3. BRONZE – Katie Drabot (USA), 2:07.04

MEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 46.91
  • World Junior Record: Kyle Chalmers (Australia), 2016, 47.58
  • World Championships Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 46.91
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Caeleb Dressel (United States), 47.17

Medalists:

  1. GOLD – Caeleb Dressel (USA), 46.96
  2. SILVER – Kyle Chalmers (AUS), 47.08
  3. BRONZE – Vladislav Grinev (RUS), 47.82

And underwater:

WOMEN’S 50 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Liu Xiang (China), 2018, 26.98
  • World Junior Record: Minna Atherton (Australia), 2016, 27.49
  • World Championships Record: Zhao Jing (China), 27.06
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Etiene Medeiros (Brazil), 27.14

Medalists:

  1. GOLD – Olivia Smoliga (USA), 27.33
  2. SILVER – Etiene Medeiros (BRA), 27.44
  3. BRONZE – Daria Vaskina (RUS), 27.51

MEN’S 200 IM – FINAL

  • World Record: Ryan Lochte (United States), 2011, 1:54.00
  • World Junior Record: Qin Haiyang (China), 2017, 1:57.06
  • World Championships Record: Ryan Lochte (United States), 2011, 1:54.00
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Chase Kalisz (United States), 1:55.56

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Daiya Seto (Japan), 1:56.14
  2. SILVER- Jeremy Desplanches (Switzerland), 1:56.56
  3. BRONZE- Chase Kalisz (United States), 1:56.78

WOMEN’S 4×200 FREE RELAY – FINAL

  • World Record: China, 2009, 7:42.08
  • World Junior Record: Canada, 2017, 7:51.47
  • World Championships Record: China, 2009, 7:42.08
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: USA, 7:43.39

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Australia, 7:41.50 — World Record
  2. SILVER- USA, 7:41.87 — American Record (faster than former WR)
  3. BRONZE- Canada, 7:44.85 — Canadian Record

Day 6

WOMEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Simone Manuel (USA), 52.04
  2. SILVER- Cate Campbell (AUS), 52.43
  3. BRONZE- Sarah Sjostrom (SWE), 52.46

MEN’S 100 BUTTERFLY – SEMIFINALS

Finals Qualifiers:

  1. Caeleb Dressel (USA), 49.50
  2. Andrei Minakov (RUS), 50.94
  3. Kristof Milak (HUN), 50.95
  4. Chad Le Clos (RSA), 51.40
  5. Marius Kusch (GER), 51.50
  6. Mehdy Metella (FRA), 51.62
  7. James Guy (GBR), 51.69
  8. Matthew Temple (AUS), 51.70

WOMEN’S 200 BACKSTROKE – SEMIFINALS

  • World Record: Missy Franklin (United States), 2012, 2:04.06
  • World Junior Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:06.01
  • World Championships Record: Missy Franklin (United States), 2013, 2:04.76
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Emily Seebohm (Australia), 2:05.68

Finals Qualifiers:

  1. Regan Smith (USA), 2:03.35
  2. Kylie Masse (CAN), 2:06.57
  3. Margherita Panziera (ITA), 2:06.62
  4. Minna Atherton (AUS), 2:07.38
  5. Katinka Hosszu (HUN), 2:07.48
  6. Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 2:08.19
  7. Taylor Ruck (CAN), 2:08.42
  8. Katalin Burian (HUN), 2:09.40

WOMEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Rikke Moller Pedersen (Denmark), 2013, 2:19.11
  • World Junior Record: Viktoria Gunes (Turkey), 2016, 2:19.64
  • World Championships Record: Rikke Moller Pedersen (Denmark), 2013, 2:19.11
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Yulia Efimova (Russia), 2:19.64

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Yuliya Efimova (RUS), 2:20.17
  2. SILVER- Tatjana Schoenmaker (RSA), 2:22.52
  3. BRONZE- Sydney Pickrem (CAN), 2:22.90

Will update when video is available.

MEN’S 200 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA), 2009, 1:51.92
  • World Junior Record: Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia), 2017, 1:55.14
  • World Championships Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA), 2009, 1:51.92
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Evgeny Rylov (RUS), 1:53.61

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Evgeny Rylov (RUS), 1:53.40
  2. SILVER- Ryan Murphy (USA), 1:54.12
  3. BRONZE- Luke Greenbank (GBR), 1:55.85

Will update when video is available.

MEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Anton Chupkov (RUS), 2:06.12
  2. SILVER- Matthew Wilson (AUS), 2:06.68
  3. BRONZE- Ippei Watanabe (JPN), 2:06.73

Will update when full video is available.

MEN’S 4 X 200 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINALS

  • World Record: United States (Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte), 2009, 6:58.55
  • World Junior Record: Hungary (Marton, Milak, Hollo, Nemeth), 2017, 7:10.95
  • World Championships Record: United States (Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte), 2009, 6:58.55
  • 2017 Defending World Champions: Great Britain (Milne, Grainger, Scott, Guy), 7:01.70

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Australia, 7:00.85
  2. SILVER- Russia, 7:01.81
  3. BRONZE- USA, 7:01.96

Will update when video is available.

Day 7

WOMEN’S 50 BUTTERFLY – FINALS

  • World Record: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 2014, 24.43
  • World Junior Record: Rikako Ikee (Japan), 2017, 25.33
  • World Championships Record: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 2014, 24.43
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 24.60

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Sarah Sjostrom (SWE), 25.02
  2. SILVER- Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED), 25.35
  3. BRONZE- Farida Osman (EGY), 25.47

Will update when video is available.

MEN’S 50 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  • World Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 20.91
  • World Junior Record: Michael Andrew (United States), 2017, 21.75
  • World Championships Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 20.91
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Caeleb Dressel (United States), 21.15

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Caeleb Dressel (USA), 21.04
  2. (TIE) SILVER- Bruno Fratus (BRA), 21.45
  3. (TIE) SILVER- Kristian Gkolomeev (GRE), 21.45

MEN’S 100 BUTTERFLY – FINALS

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Caeleb Dressel (USA), 49.66
  2. SILVER- Andrei Minakov (RUS), 50.83
  3. BRONZE- Chad Le Clos (RSA), 51.16

WOMEN’S 200 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:03.35
  • World Junior Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:03.35
  • World Championships Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:03.35
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Emily Seebohm (Australia), 2:05.68

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Regan Smith (USA), 2:03.69
  2. SILVER- Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 2:06.26
  3. BRONZE- Kylie Masse (CAN), 2:06.62

WOMEN’S 800 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  • World Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 2016, 8:04.79
  • World Junior Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 2017, 8:11.00
  • World Championships Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 8:07.39
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Katie Ledecky (United States), 8:07.39

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Katie Ledecky (USA), 8:13.58
  2. SILVER- Simona Quadarella (ITA), 8:14.99
  3. BRONZE- Ariarne Titmus (AUS), 8:15.70

MIXED 4×100 FREE RELAY – FINALS

  • World Record: USA, 2017, 3:19.60
  • World Junior Record: Canada, 2017, 3:26.65
  • World Championships Record: USA, 2017, 3:19.60
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: USA, 3:19.60

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- USA, 3:19.40
  2. SILVER- Australia, 3:19.97
  3. BRONZE- France, 3:22.11

Day 8

MEN’S 50 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia), 2018, 24.00
  • World Junior Record: Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia), 2018, 24.40
  • World Championships Record: Liam Tancock (Great Britain), 2009, 24.04
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Camille Lacourt (France), 24.35

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Zane Waddell (RSA), 24.43
  2. SILVER- Evgeny Rylov (RUS), 24.49
  3. BRONZE- Kliment Kolesnikov (RUS), 24.51

Will update when video is available.

WOMEN’S 50 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Lilly King (USA), 2017, 29.40
  • World Junior Record: TARGET TIME, 2013, 29.86
  • World Championships Record: Lilly King (USA), 2017, 29.40
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Lilly King (USA), 29.40

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Lilly King (USA), 29.84
  2. SILVER- Benedetta Pilato (ITA), 30.00
  3. BRONZE- Yuliya Efimova (RUS), 30.15

MEN’S 1500 FREE- FINAL

  • World Record: Sun Yang (China), 2012, 14:31.02
  • World Junior Record: Mack Horton (Australia), 2014, 14:51.55
  • World Championships Record: Sun Yang (China), 2011, 14:34.14
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy), 14:35.85

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Florian Wellbrock (GER), 14:36.54
  2. SILVER- Mykhailo Romanchuk (UKR), 14:37.63
  3. BRONZE- Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA), 14:38.75

WOMEN’S 50 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 2017, 23.67
  • World Junior Record: Rikako Ikee (Japan), 2017, 24.33
  • World Championships Record: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 2017, 23.67
  • 2017 Defending World Champion: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 23.69

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Simone Manuel (USA), 24.05
  2. SILVER- Sarah Sjostrom (SWE), 24.07
  3. BRONZE- Cate Campbell (AUS), 24.11

MEN’S 400 IM – FINAL

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Daiya Seto (JPN), 4:08.95
  2. SILVER- Jay Litherland (USA), 4:09.22
  3. BRONZE- Lewis Clareburt (NZL), 4:12.07

WOMEN’S 400 IM – FINAL

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Katinka Hosszu (HUN), 4:30.39
  2. SILVER- Ye Shiwen (CHN), 4:32.07
  3. BRONZE- Yui Ohashi (JPN), 4:32.33

MEN’S 4 X 100 MEDLEY RELAY – FINAL

  • World Record: 3:27.28, USA (Peirsol, Shanteau, Phelps, Walters), 2009
  • World Championship Record: 3:27.28, USA (Peirsol, Shanteau, Phelps, Walters), 2009
  • World Junior Record: 3:35.17, Russia (Kolesnikov, Gerasimenko, Minakov, Markov), 2018
  • Defending World Champion: USA (Grevers, Cordes, Dressel, Adrian), 3:27.91

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- Great Britain, 3:28.10
  2. SILVER- USA, 3:28.45
  3. BRONZE- Russia, 3:28.81

Splits:

  • GBR- Greenbank 53.95, Peaty 57.20, Guy 50.81, Scott 46.14
  • USA- Murphy 52.92, Wilson 58.65, Dressel 49.28, Adrian 47.60
  • Russia- Rylov 52.57, Prigoda 58.68, Minakov 50.54, Morozov 47.02

WOMEN’S 4 X 100 MEDLEY RELAY – FINAL

  • World Record: 3:51.55, USA (Baker, King, Dahlia, Manuel), 2017
  • World Championship Record: 3:51.55, USA (Baker, King, Dahlia, Manuel), 2017
  • World Junior Record: 3:58.38, Canada (Hannah, Knelson, Oleksiak, Ruck), 2017
  • Defending 2017 World Champion: USA (Baker, King, Dahlia, Manuel), 3:51.55

Medalists:

  1. GOLD- USA, 3:50.40
  2. SILVER- Australia, 3:53.42
  3. BRONZE- Canada, 3:53.58

Splits:

  • USA- Smith 57.57*, King 1:04.81, Dahlia 56.16, Manuel 51.86
  • AUS- Atherton 59.06, Hansen 1:06.08, McKeon 56.32, Campbell 51.96
  • CAN- Masse 59.12, Pickrem 1:06.42, MacNeil 55.56, Oleksiak 52.48

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Swimmer

How many world records in total?

N P

6 individual world records, plus 3 more relay records.

Yozhik

4 men and Regan Smith twice.

Thezwimmer

7 if you count Matthew Wilson’s semifinal swim

sidestroke

how do u watch in new zealand–if it geo blocked

Anonymous

Try using a vpn to change your location

Zanna

I used a vpn, change your location to US and it worked

Scribble

The US men did just fine. You have to acknowledge the AMAZING swim by Duncan Scott. Good karma for supporting clean sport. I didn’t think we would see another 46 low for another 20 years.

M L

Scott’s stroke seems to have changed since Rio. His recovery looks more angular/slopey, with a really high elbow on the release and on the entry, and his hands pitched down a little on entry, sort of like Phelps. Compare here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmIYanq5gH8

It also looks like he benefited from a draft on the second 50, when Adrian moved toward him to get away from the Russian, who was closer at the start of the anchor leg. By the time Adrian noticed Scott surging, it was too late to adjust.

Legendary leg by Scott.

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