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Thorpe posts 54.35 in 100 butterfly prelim swim at the "Water Cube"
Swimming World Cup







Greg Eggert, FINA Press Commission Member
09 November 2011
Thorpe split a 25.29 at the 50 and stopped the clock at 54.35, finishing 13th out of a field of 27 athletes in the men's 100m butterfly. On November 5th at the recent Singapore edition the Australian Olympic legend split 25.27 and posted a final time of 54.09; he finished 11th out of 26 athletes in the same event. Following the prelim session of the Beijing edition of the FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup, Ian Thorpe met with the media throng that had come to watch him swim and to get his reaction about his own comeback. Here's Ian Thorpe in his own words:
"I did this race [100m fly] in Singapore as well and it was about the same time. At this stage of the composition I'm pleased. Short course racing has always been tough for me. It's much more difficult for me than for some of the short course specialists. I'm working on my skills in the short course pool." "In Tokyo I am likely to swim the 100m individual medley, the 100m fly and probably the 100m free and then it's back to training. I expect to be training about 30 hours a week. After these World Cup events I will now be able to attach the feeling of racing to the work that I am doing in training, marrying the two things together." "I think most of it is getting my head back into racing. I'm working on rekindling the emotional attachment that I once had for the sport and working to get those feelings back." "My adjustment has been easier because I accepted the fact that I would not be winning all of these races. I have prepared myself for this. It would be preferable if I had this level of media attention for the races that I will be winning. I'm grateful that their is interest in my comeback." "It's not that hard to get your body back in shape. I'm physically fit for training and I'd like to believe that I am physically fit for racing as well. Now I just need to get my head into it. I'm much more relaxed before I swim now and technically I am able to break my races down and I know that I am improving. I'm comfortable getting reading for my events and I'm just getting used to racing again."

surce: Greg Eggert, FINA Press Commission Member


FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup 2011

November 2011

DUBAI STOCKHOLM MOSCOW BERLIN SINGAPORE BEIJING TOKYO


Event 101
8 NOV 2011 17:
Women's 800m Freestyle

WR 8:04.53 59.82 2:01.30 3:02.55 4:03.36 FILIPPI Alessia ITA Rijeka (CRO) 12 DEC 2008

WC 8:04.61 58.39 1:59.49 3:00.62 4:02.01 FRIIS Lotte DEN Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009


1 2 5 ZHOU Lili 1994 CHN 8:18.79 916
50m 28.86
30.95
100m 59.81
31.59
150m 1:31.40
31.54
200m 2:02.94
31.24
250m 2:34.18
31.59
300m 3:05.77
31.35
350m 3:37.12
31.39
400m 4:08.51
31.35
450m 4:39.86
31.25
500m 5:11.11
31.37
550m 5:42.48
31.55
600m 6:14.03
31.70
650m 6:45.73
31.31
700m 7:17.04
31.67
750m 7:48.71
30.08
2 2 2 CAO Shiyue 1997 CHN 8:30.94 852

3 2 4 LIU Jing 1990 CHN 8:31.07 852

4 2 6 LI Limeng 1992 CHN 8:36.82 824

5 2 3 WANG Hefei 1996 CHN 8:43.13 794

6 2 7 ZHANG Xue 1993 CHN 8:46.46 779

7 2 8 MARSTON Jessica Lee 1993 NZL 8:47.66 774

8 1 4 TIAN Ze 1997 CLB 8:49.34 766


Event 102
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Freestyle

1 4 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS (1) 22.69 47.38 853 24.69
2 3 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (2) 23.02 47.39 852 24.37
3 5 JIANG Haiqi CHN (5) 23.72 48.00 820 24.28
4 2 JIANG Yuhui CHN (4) 23.67 48.79 781 25.12
5 8 LAUTERSTEIN Andrew George AUS (3) 23.38 48.91 775 25.53
6 6 SHI Tengfei CHN (7) 23.90 49.03 770 25.13
7 1 PINI Ryan PNG (6) 23.82 49.11 766 25.29
8 7 LIU Junwu CHN (8) 24.08 49.21 761 25.13


Event 103
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 200m Freestyle

WR 1:51.17 26.58 54.84 1:23.09 PELLEGRINI Federica ITA Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC 1:52.08 26.58 54.66 1:23.39 SCHMITT Allison USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011

1 4 EVANS Blair Catherine AUS (3) 27.59 (3) 56.78 (2) 1:26.16 1:54.81 907 29.19 29.38 28.65
2 3 DINGJAN Merindah Meroo AUS (1) 26.96 (1) 56.40 (1) 1:25.94 1:55.03 902 29.44 29.54 29.09
3 6 PALMER Kylie Jayne AUS (6) 27.90 (6) 57.26 (4) 1:26.81 1:55.75 885 29.36 29.55 28.94
4 5 TANG Yi CHN (5) 27.87 (5) 57.18 (5) 1:26.85 1:55.94 881 29.31 29.67 29.09
5 8 QIU Yuhan CHN (2) 27.05 (2) 56.69 (3) 1:26.77 1:57.11 855 29.64 30.08 30.34
6 1 GUO Junjun CHN (4) 27.63 (4) 56.94 (6) 1:27.10 1:57.30 851 29.31 30.16 30.20
7 7 HA Sinan CHN (6) 27.90 (7) 57.59 (7) 1:27.88 1:58.22 831 29.69 30.29 30.34
8 2 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia AUS (8) 28.05 (8) 57.80 (8) 1:28.32 1:58.48 826 29.75 30.52 30.16

Event 104
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 50m Breaststroke

WR 25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC 25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 3 SPRENGER Christian David AUS 26.64 851
2 6 LI Xiayan CHN 26.75 841
3 5 RICKARD Brenton Scott AUS 26.83 833
4 4 CHEN Cheng CHN 27.36 786
5 7 TOMITA Naoya JPN 27.41 781
6 2 XIE Zhi CHN 27.92 739
7 8 CHIANG HsinHung
TPE 28.08 727
8 1 CHOI Kyuwoong KOR 28.27 712

Event 105
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 100m Breaststroke

WR 1:02.70 30.08 SONI Rebecca USA Manchester (GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC 1:03.00 30.05 JONES Leisel AUS Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 6 PICKETT Leiston Jane AUS (1) 30.89 1:05.49 877 34.60
2 7 KIM Hye Jin KOR (3) 31.33 1:06.01 856 34.68
3 4 JI Liping CHN (2) 31.28 1:06.26 847 34.98
4 3 WATANABE Kanako JPN (6) 31.85 1:06.40 841 34.55
5 5 SHI Jinglin CHN (5) 31.67 1:06.49 838 34.82
6 8 JEONG Darae KOR (7) 31.87 1:06.87 824 35.00
7 1 BACK Su Yeon KOR (8) 32.00 1:07.10 815 35.10
8 2 HOESTMAN Carina Joline SWE (4) 31.60 1:07.15 814 35.55

Event 106
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 400m Individual Medley

WR 3:55.50 54.62 1:53.73 3:01.14 LOCHTE Ryan USA Dubai (UAE) 16 DEC 2010
WC 4:00.63 55.65 1:55.57 3:03.41 PEREIRA Thiago BRA Berlin (GER) 17 NOV 2007
1 1 4 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand 1992 RSA 4:07.35 863
50m 25.37
28.89
100m 54.26
31.73
150m 1:25.99
30.36
200m 1:56.35
36.43
250m 2:32.78
35.31
300m 3:08.09
30.04
350m 3:38.13
29.22
2 1 5 ROGAN Markus 1982 AUT 4:08.15 854
3 1 2 ZHANG Jie 1994 CHN 4:10.16 834
4 1 6 SUN Yunchao 1992 CHN 4:11.92 816
5 1 3 SUN Jiahao 1995 CHN 4:21.17 733
6 1 7 WANG Junfeng 1995 CHN 4:28.95 671
7 1 1 WANG Boyu 1998 CHN 4:45.92 558

Event 107
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 100m Butterfly

WR 55.05 25.49 BUI DUYET Diane FRA Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 55.46 26.05 GALVEZ Felicity AUS Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 4 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE (1) 25.92 55.76 962 29.84
2 3 LU Ying CHN (2) 26.46 56.05 947 29.59
3 5 JIAO Liuyang CHN (3) 26.69 56.60 920 29.91
4 6 GRANSTROEM Anna Martina SWE (4) 27.15 58.12 849 30.97
4 8 LIU Zige CHN (8) 27.57 58.12 849 30.55
6 7 SCHIPPER Jessicah Lee AUS (7) 27.56 58.58 829 31.02
7 2 TRICKETT Lisbeth Constance AUS (6) 27.50 58.59 829 31.09
8 1 FUKUDA Tomoyo JPN (5) 27.48 58.82 819 31.34

Event 108
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Backstroke

WR 48.94 23.37 THOMAN Nicholas USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009
WC 49.29 23.27 MARSHALL Peter USA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 SUI Xiaolei CHN (2) 24.47 50.99 884 26.52
2 4 CHENG Feiyi CHN (1) 24.33 51.66 850 27.33
3 3 HAGINO Kosuke JPN (5) 25.45 51.76 845 26.31
4 7 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL (3) 24.97 51.97 835 27.00
5 8 YAMAGUCHI Masafumi JPN (4) 25.04 52.01 833 26.97
6 2 LIN Yongqing CHN (6) 25.68 52.33 817 26.65
7 1 WATANABE Kazuki JPN (7) 25.73 53.00 787 27.27
8 6 ROGAN Markus AUT (8) 26.23 55.10 700 28.87

Event 109
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 50m Backstroke

WR 25.70 JOVANOVIC Sanja CRO Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 25.82 ZHAO Jing CHN Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 ZHAO Jing CHN 26.52 910
2 4 GOH Rachel AUS 26.60 901
3 3 GAO Chang CHN 26.71 890
4 2 XU Tianlongzi CHN 26.85 876
5 6 ZHOU Yanxin CHN 27.03 859
6 7 LOH Grace Elizabeth AUS 27.46 819
7 1 SAKAI Shiho JPN 27.60 807
8 8 JIANG Yiwen CHN 27.62 805

Event 110
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 200m Butterfly

WR 1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDA Kaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009
WC 1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDA Kaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (3) 25.54 (2) 53.90 (2) 1:22.91 1:51.74 931 28.36 29.01 28.83
2 4 WRIGHT Christopher AUS (4) 25.63 (4) 54.61 (3) 1:24.24 1:53.32 892 28.98 29.63 29.08
3 1 CHEN Weiwu CHN (1) 24.43 (1) 52.78 (1) 1:22.14 1:53.58 886 28.35 29.36 31.44
4 7 CHEN Yin CHN (2) 25.53 (3) 54.56 (4) 1:24.26 1:53.72 883 29.03 29.70 29.46
5 3 HSU ChiChieh TPE (5) 26.07 (5) 55.41 (5) 1:25.36 1:55.96 833 29.34 29.95 30.60
6 2 ZUO Ziqiao CHN (8) 27.01 (7) 56.56 (7) 1:27.25 1:57.97 791 29.55 30.69 30.72
7 8 FU Yanqing CHN (6) 26.22 (6) 56.04 (6) 1:26.36 1:58.67 777 29.82 30.32 32.31
8 6 NEDERPELT Travis Peter AUS (7) 26.72 (8) 57.08 (8) 1:27.91 1:59.42 762 30.36 30.83 31.51

Event 111
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 200m Individual Medley

WR 2:04.60 27.22 58.60 1:34.54 SMIT Julia USA Manchester (GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC 2:06.01 27.88 59.96 1:36.81 VERRASZTO Evelyn HUN Moscow (RUS) 6 NOV 2009

1 2 CHOI Hye Ra KOR (1) 28.02 (1) 59.60 (1) 1:37.41 2:07.72 928 31.58 37.81 30.31
2 6 LI Jiaxing CHN (4) 28.57 (3) 1:00.69 (2) 1:38.64 2:09.34 894 32.12 37.95 30.70
3 4 ZHOU Min CHN (5) 28.67 (5) 1:01.72 (3) 1:39.43 2:09.65 887 33.05 37.71 30.22
4 5 FUKUDA Tomoyo JPN (2) 28.36 (2) 1:00.56 (4) 1:39.53 2:10.69 866 32.20 38.97 31.16
5 7 ZHANG Sishi CHN (3) 28.54 (4) 1:01.60 (5) 1:40.20 2:11.00 860 33.06 38.60 30.80
6 3 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia AUS (6) 28.81 (6) 1:01.86 (6) 1:40.61 2:11.11 858 33.05 38.75 30.50
7 1 KIM Hye Jin KOR (7) 29.28 (8) 1:04.81 (7) 1:42.50 2:14.98 786 35.53 37.69 32.48
8 8 LARINA Iuliia RUS (7) 29.28 (7) 1:03.01 (8) 1:43.69 2:16.11 767 33.73 40.68 32.42

Event 113
8 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 50m Freestyle

WR 23.25 VELDHUIS Marleen NED Manchester (GBR) 13 APR 2008
WC 23.27 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 21 NOV 2009

1 5 MCKEON Emma Jennifer AUS 24.15 892
2 3 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE 24.16 891
3 4 CAMPBELL Cata Natalie AUS 24.26 880
4 6 HALICEK Olivia Maree AUS 24.64 840
5 2 DINGJAN Merindah Meroo AUS 24.75 828
6 1 TRICKETT Lisbeth Constance AUS 24.96 808
7 7 XU Wen CHN 25.18 787
8 8 ZHU Wenrui CHN 25.46 761

Event 114
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 200m Breaststroke

WR 2:00.67 27.74 58.46 1:29.33 GYURTA Daniel HUN Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC 2:02.56 27.32 58.26 1:29.95 VERSFELD Neil RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 4 KOCH Marco GER (3) 28.49 (3) 1:00.17 (2) 1:32.48 2:04.72 905 31.68 32.31 32.24
2 6 TOMITA Naoya JPN (2) 28.40 (1) 59.91 (1) 1:32.00 2:04.74 905 31.51 32.09 32.74
3 2 RICKARD Brenton Scott AUS (1) 28.36 (2) 1:00.02 (3) 1:32.60 2:06.17 874 31.66 32.58 33.57
4 3 CHEN Cheng CHN (4) 28.74 (4) 1:00.82 (4) 1:34.34 2:08.08 836 32.08 33.52 33.74
5 5 LIU Weijia CHN (6) 29.31 (6) 1:01.85 (6) 1:35.27 2:08.34 831 32.54 33.42 33.07
6 7 XIE Zhi CHN (5) 29.21 (5) 1:01.34 (5) 1:34.73 2:09.58 807 32.13 33.39 34.85
7 1 CHOI Kyuwoong KOR (7) 29.84 (7) 1:02.55 (7) 1:36.35 2:10.35 793 32.71 33.80 34.00
8 8 HU Yichao CHN (8) 30.41 (8) 1:05.06 (8) 1:40.43 2:15.97 698 34.65 35.37 35.54

Event 115
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 100m Individual Medley

WR 50.76 22.66 MANKOC Peter SLO Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 50.95 22.78 FESIKOV Sergey RUS Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 1 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (4) 24.11 52.89 883 28.78
2 4 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS (2) 24.02 53.09 874 29.07
3 2 SUI Xiaolei CHN (1) 23.78 53.31 863 29.53
4 5 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL (3) 24.10 53.34 861 29.24
5 8 YAMAGUCHI Masafumi JPN (5) 24.57 53.92 834 29.35
6 6 KOSAKA Yuma JPN (7) 25.31 54.42 811 29.11
7 3 ROGAN Markus AUT (6) 24.88 54.64 801 29.76
8 7 LIU Junwu CHN (8) 25.71 56.03 743 30.32

Event 116
8 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 200m Backstroke

WR 2:00.03 28.64 58.86 1:29.61 FRANKLIN Missy USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011
WC 2:00.03 28.64 58.86 1:29.61 FRANKLIN Missy USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011

1 4 INGRAM Melissa Jane NZL (2) 29.62 (1) 1:00.38 (1) 1:31.62 2:03.00 932 30.76 31.24 31.38
2 3 ZHOU Yanxin CHN (3) 29.64 (2) 1:01.08 (2) 1:31.89 2:03.01 932 31.44 30.81 31.12
3 5 YAO Yige CHN (5) 30.08 (5) 1:01.90 (4) 1:34.21 2:05.78 872 31.82 32.31 31.57
4 6 SAKAI Shiho JPN (1) 29.53 (3) 1:01.43 (3) 1:33.75 2:05.93 869 31.90 32.32 32.18
5 2 OTSUKA Miyu JPN (4) 29.91 (6) 1:01.97 (5) 1:34.52 2:06.84 850 32.06 32.55 32.32
6 7 RAO Shengxue CHN (6) 30.09 (4) 1:01.83 (6) 1:34.77 2:07.12 84 4 31.74 32.94 32.35
7 1 SHERIDAN Mikkayla AUS (8) 30.52 (8) 1:02.99 (7) 1:35.60 2:08.31 821 32.47 32.61 32.71
8 8 LARINA Iuliia RUS (7) 30.18 (7) 1:02.79 (8) 1:36.99 2:11.01 771 32.61 34.20 34.02

Event 117
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 50m Butterfly

WR 21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC 21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 4 SHI Feng CHN 23.47 801
2 7 ASHBY Sam Andrew AUS 23.51 797
3 5 CHEN Weiwu CHN 23.56 792
4 2 LAUTERSTEIN Andrew George AUS 23.79 769
5 6 CHANG Gyu Cheol KOR 23.90 758
6 3 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL 23.95 754
7 1 HU Chao CHN 24.04 745
8 8 ANTALFY Timothy Josif AUS 24.08 741



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FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup 2011
November 2011
DUBAI STOCKHOLM MOSCOW BERLIN SINGAPORE BEIJING TOKYO


Event 101
8 NOV 2011 17:
Women's 800m Freestyle

WR 8:04.53 59.82 2:01.30 3:02.55 4:03.36 FILIPPI Alessia ITA Rijeka (CRO) 12 DEC 2008

WC 8:04.61 58.39 1:59.49 3:00.62 4:02.01 FRIIS Lotte DEN Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009


1 2 5 ZHOU Lili 1994 CHN 8:18.79 916
50m 28.86
30.95
100m 59.81
31.59
150m 1:31.40
31.54
200m 2:02.94
31.24
250m 2:34.18
31.59
300m 3:05.77
31.35
350m 3:37.12
31.39
400m 4:08.51
31.35
450m 4:39.86
31.25
500m 5:11.11
31.37
550m 5:42.48
31.55
600m 6:14.03
31.70
650m 6:45.73
31.31
700m 7:17.04
31.67
750m 7:48.71
30.08
2 2 2 CAO Shiyue 1997 CHN 8:30.94 852

3 2 4 LIU Jing 1990 CHN 8:31.07 852

4 2 6 LI Limeng 1992 CHN 8:36.82 824

5 2 3 WANG Hefei 1996 CHN 8:43.13 794

6 2 7 ZHANG Xue 1993 CHN 8:46.46 779

7 2 8 MARSTON Jessica Lee 1993 NZL 8:47.66 774

8 1 4 TIAN Ze 1997 CLB 8:49.34 766


Event 102
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Freestyle

1 4 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS (1) 22.69 47.38 853 24.69
2 3 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (2) 23.02 47.39 852 24.37
3 5 JIANG Haiqi CHN (5) 23.72 48.00 820 24.28
4 2 JIANG Yuhui CHN (4) 23.67 48.79 781 25.12
5 8 LAUTERSTEIN Andrew George AUS (3) 23.38 48.91 775 25.53
6 6 SHI Tengfei CHN (7) 23.90 49.03 770 25.13
7 1 PINI Ryan PNG (6) 23.82 49.11 766 25.29
8 7 LIU Junwu CHN (8) 24.08 49.21 761 25.13


Event 103
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 200m Freestyle

WR 1:51.17 26.58 54.84 1:23.09 PELLEGRINI Federica ITA Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC 1:52.08 26.58 54.66 1:23.39 SCHMITT Allison USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011

1 4 EVANS Blair Catherine AUS (3) 27.59 (3) 56.78 (2) 1:26.16 1:54.81 907 29.19 29.38 28.65
2 3 DINGJAN Merindah Meroo AUS (1) 26.96 (1) 56.40 (1) 1:25.94 1:55.03 902 29.44 29.54 29.09
3 6 PALMER Kylie Jayne AUS (6) 27.90 (6) 57.26 (4) 1:26.81 1:55.75 885 29.36 29.55 28.94
4 5 TANG Yi CHN (5) 27.87 (5) 57.18 (5) 1:26.85 1:55.94 881 29.31 29.67 29.09
5 8 QIU Yuhan CHN (2) 27.05 (2) 56.69 (3) 1:26.77 1:57.11 855 29.64 30.08 30.34
6 1 GUO Junjun CHN (4) 27.63 (4) 56.94 (6) 1:27.10 1:57.30 851 29.31 30.16 30.20
7 7 HA Sinan CHN (6) 27.90 (7) 57.59 (7) 1:27.88 1:58.22 831 29.69 30.29 30.34
8 2 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia AUS (8) 28.05 (8) 57.80 (8) 1:28.32 1:58.48 826 29.75 30.52 30.16

Event 104
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 50m Breaststroke

WR 25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC 25.25 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 3 SPRENGER Christian David AUS 26.64 851
2 6 LI Xiayan CHN 26.75 841
3 5 RICKARD Brenton Scott AUS 26.83 833
4 4 CHEN Cheng CHN 27.36 786
5 7 TOMITA Naoya JPN 27.41 781
6 2 XIE Zhi CHN 27.92 739
7 8 CHIANG HsinHung
TPE 28.08 727
8 1 CHOI Kyuwoong KOR 28.27 712

Event 105
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 100m Breaststroke

WR 1:02.70 30.08 SONI Rebecca USA Manchester (GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC 1:03.00 30.05 JONES Leisel AUS Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 6 PICKETT Leiston Jane AUS (1) 30.89 1:05.49 877 34.60
2 7 KIM Hye Jin KOR (3) 31.33 1:06.01 856 34.68
3 4 JI Liping CHN (2) 31.28 1:06.26 847 34.98
4 3 WATANABE Kanako JPN (6) 31.85 1:06.40 841 34.55
5 5 SHI Jinglin CHN (5) 31.67 1:06.49 838 34.82
6 8 JEONG Darae KOR (7) 31.87 1:06.87 824 35.00
7 1 BACK Su Yeon KOR (8) 32.00 1:07.10 815 35.10
8 2 HOESTMAN Carina Joline SWE (4) 31.60 1:07.15 814 35.55

Event 106
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 400m Individual Medley

WR 3:55.50 54.62 1:53.73 3:01.14 LOCHTE Ryan USA Dubai (UAE) 16 DEC 2010
WC 4:00.63 55.65 1:55.57 3:03.41 PEREIRA Thiago BRA Berlin (GER) 17 NOV 2007
1 1 4 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand 1992 RSA 4:07.35 863
50m 25.37
28.89
100m 54.26
31.73
150m 1:25.99
30.36
200m 1:56.35
36.43
250m 2:32.78
35.31
300m 3:08.09
30.04
350m 3:38.13
29.22
2 1 5 ROGAN Markus 1982 AUT 4:08.15 854
3 1 2 ZHANG Jie 1994 CHN 4:10.16 834
4 1 6 SUN Yunchao 1992 CHN 4:11.92 816
5 1 3 SUN Jiahao 1995 CHN 4:21.17 733
6 1 7 WANG Junfeng 1995 CHN 4:28.95 671
7 1 1 WANG Boyu 1998 CHN 4:45.92 558

Event 107
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 100m Butterfly

WR 55.05 25.49 BUI DUYET Diane FRA Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 55.46 26.05 GALVEZ Felicity AUS Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 4 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE (1) 25.92 55.76 962 29.84
2 3 LU Ying CHN (2) 26.46 56.05 947 29.59
3 5 JIAO Liuyang CHN (3) 26.69 56.60 920 29.91
4 6 GRANSTROEM Anna Martina SWE (4) 27.15 58.12 849 30.97
4 8 LIU Zige CHN (8) 27.57 58.12 849 30.55
6 7 SCHIPPER Jessicah Lee AUS (7) 27.56 58.58 829 31.02
7 2 TRICKETT Lisbeth Constance AUS (6) 27.50 58.59 829 31.09
8 1 FUKUDA Tomoyo JPN (5) 27.48 58.82 819 31.34

Event 108
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Backstroke

WR 48.94 23.37 THOMAN Nicholas USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009
WC 49.29 23.27 MARSHALL Peter USA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 SUI Xiaolei CHN (2) 24.47 50.99 884 26.52
2 4 CHENG Feiyi CHN (1) 24.33 51.66 850 27.33
3 3 HAGINO Kosuke JPN (5) 25.45 51.76 845 26.31
4 7 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL (3) 24.97 51.97 835 27.00
5 8 YAMAGUCHI Masafumi JPN (4) 25.04 52.01 833 26.97
6 2 LIN Yongqing CHN (6) 25.68 52.33 817 26.65
7 1 WATANABE Kazuki JPN (7) 25.73 53.00 787 27.27
8 6 ROGAN Markus AUT (8) 26.23 55.10 700 28.87

Event 109
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 50m Backstroke

WR 25.70 JOVANOVIC Sanja CRO Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 25.82 ZHAO Jing CHN Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 ZHAO Jing CHN 26.52 910
2 4 GOH Rachel AUS 26.60 901
3 3 GAO Chang CHN 26.71 890
4 2 XU Tianlongzi CHN 26.85 876
5 6 ZHOU Yanxin CHN 27.03 859
6 7 LOH Grace Elizabeth AUS 27.46 819
7 1 SAKAI Shiho JPN 27.60 807
8 8 JIANG Yiwen CHN 27.62 805

Event 110
8 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 200m Butterfly

WR 1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDA Kaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009
WC 1:49.11 24.80 53.43 1:20.24 ALMEIDA Kaio BRA Stockholm (SWE) 10 NOV 2009

1 5 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (3) 25.54 (2) 53.90 (2) 1:22.91 1:51.74 931 28.36 29.01 28.83
2 4 WRIGHT Christopher AUS (4) 25.63 (4) 54.61 (3) 1:24.24 1:53.32 892 28.98 29.63 29.08
3 1 CHEN Weiwu CHN (1) 24.43 (1) 52.78 (1) 1:22.14 1:53.58 886 28.35 29.36 31.44
4 7 CHEN Yin CHN (2) 25.53 (3) 54.56 (4) 1:24.26 1:53.72 883 29.03 29.70 29.46
5 3 HSU ChiChieh TPE (5) 26.07 (5) 55.41 (5) 1:25.36 1:55.96 833 29.34 29.95 30.60
6 2 ZUO Ziqiao CHN (8) 27.01 (7) 56.56 (7) 1:27.25 1:57.97 791 29.55 30.69 30.72
7 8 FU Yanqing CHN (6) 26.22 (6) 56.04 (6) 1:26.36 1:58.67 777 29.82 30.32 32.31
8 6 NEDERPELT Travis Peter AUS (7) 26.72 (8) 57.08 (8) 1:27.91 1:59.42 762 30.36 30.83 31.51

Event 111
8 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 200m Individual Medley

WR 2:04.60 27.22 58.60 1:34.54 SMIT Julia USA Manchester (GBR) 19 DEC 2009
WC 2:06.01 27.88 59.96 1:36.81 VERRASZTO Evelyn HUN Moscow (RUS) 6 NOV 2009

1 2 CHOI Hye Ra KOR (1) 28.02 (1) 59.60 (1) 1:37.41 2:07.72 928 31.58 37.81 30.31
2 6 LI Jiaxing CHN (4) 28.57 (3) 1:00.69 (2) 1:38.64 2:09.34 894 32.12 37.95 30.70
3 4 ZHOU Min CHN (5) 28.67 (5) 1:01.72 (3) 1:39.43 2:09.65 887 33.05 37.71 30.22
4 5 FUKUDA Tomoyo JPN (2) 28.36 (2) 1:00.56 (4) 1:39.53 2:10.69 866 32.20 38.97 31.16
5 7 ZHANG Sishi CHN (3) 28.54 (4) 1:01.60 (5) 1:40.20 2:11.00 860 33.06 38.60 30.80
6 3 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia AUS (6) 28.81 (6) 1:01.86 (6) 1:40.61 2:11.11 858 33.05 38.75 30.50
7 1 KIM Hye Jin KOR (7) 29.28 (8) 1:04.81 (7) 1:42.50 2:14.98 786 35.53 37.69 32.48
8 8 LARINA Iuliia RUS (7) 29.28 (7) 1:03.01 (8) 1:43.69 2:16.11 767 33.73 40.68 32.42

Event 113
8 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 50m Freestyle

WR 23.25 VELDHUIS Marleen NED Manchester (GBR) 13 APR 2008
WC 23.27 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 21 NOV 2009

1 5 MCKEON Emma Jennifer AUS 24.15 892
2 3 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE 24.16 891
3 4 CAMPBELL Cata Natalie AUS 24.26 880
4 6 HALICEK Olivia Maree AUS 24.64 840
5 2 DINGJAN Merindah Meroo AUS 24.75 828
6 1 TRICKETT Lisbeth Constance AUS 24.96 808
7 7 XU Wen CHN 25.18 787
8 8 ZHU Wenrui CHN 25.46 761

Event 114
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 200m Breaststroke

WR 2:00.67 27.74 58.46 1:29.33 GYURTA Daniel HUN Istanbul (TUR) 13 DEC 2009
WC 2:02.56 27.32 58.26 1:29.95 VERSFELD Neil RSA Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 4 KOCH Marco GER (3) 28.49 (3) 1:00.17 (2) 1:32.48 2:04.72 905 31.68 32.31 32.24
2 6 TOMITA Naoya JPN (2) 28.40 (1) 59.91 (1) 1:32.00 2:04.74 905 31.51 32.09 32.74
3 2 RICKARD Brenton Scott AUS (1) 28.36 (2) 1:00.02 (3) 1:32.60 2:06.17 874 31.66 32.58 33.57
4 3 CHEN Cheng CHN (4) 28.74 (4) 1:00.82 (4) 1:34.34 2:08.08 836 32.08 33.52 33.74
5 5 LIU Weijia CHN (6) 29.31 (6) 1:01.85 (6) 1:35.27 2:08.34 831 32.54 33.42 33.07
6 7 XIE Zhi CHN (5) 29.21 (5) 1:01.34 (5) 1:34.73 2:09.58 807 32.13 33.39 34.85
7 1 CHOI Kyuwoong KOR (7) 29.84 (7) 1:02.55 (7) 1:36.35 2:10.35 793 32.71 33.80 34.00
8 8 HU Yichao CHN (8) 30.41 (8) 1:05.06 (8) 1:40.43 2:15.97 698 34.65 35.37 35.54

Event 115
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 100m Individual Medley

WR 50.76 22.66 MANKOC Peter SLO Istanbul (TUR) 12 DEC 2009
WC 50.95 22.78 FESIKOV Sergey RUS Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 1 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (4) 24.11 52.89 883 28.78
2 4 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS (2) 24.02 53.09 874 29.07
3 2 SUI Xiaolei CHN (1) 23.78 53.31 863 29.53
4 5 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL (3) 24.10 53.34 861 29.24
5 8 YAMAGUCHI Masafumi JPN (5) 24.57 53.92 834 29.35
6 6 KOSAKA Yuma JPN (7) 25.31 54.42 811 29.11
7 3 ROGAN Markus AUT (6) 24.88 54.64 801 29.76
8 7 LIU Junwu CHN (8) 25.71 56.03 743 30.32

Event 116
8 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 200m Backstroke

WR 2:00.03 28.64 58.86 1:29.61 FRANKLIN Missy USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011
WC 2:00.03 28.64 58.86 1:29.61 FRANKLIN Missy USA Berlin (GER) 22 OCT 2011

1 4 INGRAM Melissa Jane NZL (2) 29.62 (1) 1:00.38 (1) 1:31.62 2:03.00 932 30.76 31.24 31.38
2 3 ZHOU Yanxin CHN (3) 29.64 (2) 1:01.08 (2) 1:31.89 2:03.01 932 31.44 30.81 31.12
3 5 YAO Yige CHN (5) 30.08 (5) 1:01.90 (4) 1:34.21 2:05.78 872 31.82 32.31 31.57
4 6 SAKAI Shiho JPN (1) 29.53 (3) 1:01.43 (3) 1:33.75 2:05.93 869 31.90 32.32 32.18
5 2 OTSUKA Miyu JPN (4) 29.91 (6) 1:01.97 (5) 1:34.52 2:06.84 850 32.06 32.55 32.32
6 7 RAO Shengxue CHN (6) 30.09 (4) 1:01.83 (6) 1:34.77 2:07.12 84 4 31.74 32.94 32.35
7 1 SHERIDAN Mikkayla AUS (8) 30.52 (8) 1:02.99 (7) 1:35.60 2:08.31 821 32.47 32.61 32.71
8 8 LARINA Iuliia RUS (7) 30.18 (7) 1:02.79 (8) 1:36.99 2:11.01 771 32.61 34.20 34.02

Event 117
8 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 50m Butterfly

WR 21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009
WC 21.80 DEIBLER Steffen GER Berlin (GER) 14 NOV 2009

1 4 SHI Feng CHN 23.47 801
2 7 ASHBY Sam Andrew AUS 23.51 797
3 5 CHEN Weiwu CHN 23.56 792
4 2 LAUTERSTEIN Andrew George AUS 23.79 769
5 6 CHANG Gyu Cheol KOR 23.90 758
6 3 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL 23.95 754
7 1 HU Chao CHN 24.04 745
8 8 ANTALFY Timothy Josif AUS 24.08 741

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Event 118

9 NOV 2011 17:

Men's 1500m Freestyle

WR 14:10.10 53.60 1:49.96 2:46.46 3:43.19 HACKETT Grant AUS Perth (AUS) 7 AUG 2001
4:40.13 5:37.00 6:34.11 7:31.368:28.45 9:25.73 10:22.90 11:20.05 12:17.11 13:14.02
WC 14:28.35 56.22 1:54.80 2:53.90 3:52.82 COLBERTALDO Federico ITA Stockholm (SWE) 11 NOV 2009
4:51.16 5:48.77 6:46.93 7:45.09 8:43.29 9:40.62 10:38.04 11:35.67 12:33.56 13:31.62

1 2 4 HAO Yun 1995 CHN 14:40.15 901
50m 26.77
30.00
100m 56.77
29.95
150m 1:26.72
30.39
200m 1:57.11
30.37
250m 2:27.48
29.78
300m 2:57.26
29.99
350m 3:27.25
29.98
400m 3:57.23
29.81
450m 4:27.04
29.85
500m 4:56.89
29.96
550m 5:26.85
29.90
600m 5:56.75
29.65
650m 6:26.40
29.43
700m 6:55.83
29.64
750m 7:25.47
29.22
800m 7:54.69
29.21
850m 8:23.90
29.39
900m 8:53.29
29.48
950m 9:22.77
29.68
1000m 9:52.45
29.55
1050m 10:22.00
28.92
1100m 10:50.92
29.18
1150m 11:20.10
29.22
1200m 11:49.32
29.02
1250m 12:18.34
29.04
1300m 12:47.38
28.91
1350m 13:16.29
28.96
1400m 13:45.25
28.69
1450m 14:13.94
26.21
2 2 6 DAI Jun 1990 CHN 14:42.97 892
3 2 3 ZHONG Guixu 1991 CHN 15:12.08 809
4 2 5 XU Wenchao 1986 CHN 15:24.94 776
5 2 2 REN Chen 1989 CHN 15:25.59 774

Event 119


9 NOV 2011 18:
Women's 100m Freestyle


WR 51.01 24.29 TRICKETT Lisbeth AUS Hobart (AUS) 10 AUG 2009
WC 51.19 24.54 HALSALL Francesca GBR Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

1 3 MCKEON Emma Jennifer AUS (3) 25.86 53.09 887 27.23
2 4 CAMPBELL Cata Natalie AUS (1) 25.30 53.13 885 27.83
3 5 TANG Yi CHN (2) 25.85 53.28 877 27.43
4 6 DINGJAN Merindah Meroo AUS (4) 26.10 53.47 868 27.37
5 2 TRICKETT Lisbeth Constance AUS (5) 26.23 53.96 844 27.73
6 1 PALMER Kylie Jayne AUS (8) 26.87 54.78 807 27.91
6 7 WANG Ruiqi CHN (6) 26.32 54.78 807 28.46
8 8 QIU Yuhan CHN (7) 26.65 54.79 806 28.14

Event 120
9 NOV 2011 18:
Men's 200m Freestyle

WR 1:39.37 23.79 49.29 1:14.72 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 1:39.37 23.79 49.29 1:14.72 BIEDERMANN Paul GER Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 4 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (2) 24.32 (3) 50.91 (1) 1:17.53 1:43.62 881 26.59 26.62 26.09
2 5 JIANG Haiqi CHN (3) 24.40 (2) 50.81 (2) 1:17.72 1:43.89 875 26.41 26.91 26.17
3 6 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS (5) 24.93 (6) 51.88 (5) 1:18.89 1:45.21 842 26.95 27.01 26.32
4 2 ZHANG Zhongchao CHN (8) 25.13 (4) 51.65 (4) 1:18.68 1:45.62 832 26.52 27.03 26.94
5 1 ZHONG Qiushi CHN (4) 24.85 (5) 51.86 (6) 1:18.98 1:45.91 825 27.01 27.12 26.93
6 3 JIANG Yuhui CHN (1) 24.26 (1) 50.65 (3) 1:18.44 1:46.82 805 26.39 27.79 28.38
7 8 HURLEY Robert John AUS (6) 24.94 (7) 52.08 (7) 1:19.64 1:47.04 800 27.14 27.56 27.40
8 7 DAI Jun CHN (7) 25.12 (8) 53.00 (8) 1:21.87 1:50.04 736 27.88 28.87 28.17

Event 121
9 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 50m Breaststroke

WR 28.80 HARDY Jessica A USA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 28.80 HARDY Jessica A USA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 4 PICKETT Leiston Jane AUS 30.23 864
2 3 KIM Hye Jin KOR 30.63 831
3 5 HALICEK Olivia Maree AUS 30.98 803
4 6 JI Liping CHN 31.03 799
5 8 JEONG Darae KOR 31.27 781
6 1 SHI Jinglin CHN 31.42 770
7 2 HE Yun CHN 31.53 762
8 7 HOESTMAN Carina Joline SWE 31.68 751

Event 122
9 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Breaststroke

WR 55.61 25.98 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 55.61 25.98 VAN DEN BURGH Cameron RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 6 SPRENGER Christian David AUS (1) 27.39 57.99 881 30.60
2 5 LI Xiayan CHN (2) 27.41 58.13 875 30.72
3 3 RICKARD Brenton Scott AUS (3) 27.61 58.21 871 30.60
4 8 TOMITA Naoya JPN (4) 27.80 59.08 833 31.28
5 4 CHEN Cheng CHN (5) 28.00 59.38 821 31.38
6 2 XIE Zhi CHN (6) 28.18 59.53 815 31.35
7 7 CHIANG HsinHung TPE (8) 28.63 1:00.44 778 31.81
8 1 CHOI Kyuwoong KOR (7) 28.60 1:00.65 770 32.05


Event 123
9 NOV 2011 18:
Women's 400m Individual Medley

WR 4:21.04 1:00.60 2:06.01 3:19.42 SMIT Julia USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009
WC 4:22.88 1:01.68 2:10.57 3:22.75 MEAKLIM Kathryn RSA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

1 1 7 ZHOU Min 1997 CHN 4:30.66 897
50m 29.01
33.47
100m 1:02.48
34.43
150m 1:36.91
34.81
200m 2:11.72
38.28
250m 2:50.00
37.97
300m 3:27.97
31.93
350m 3:59.90
30.76
2 1 4 OTSUKA Miyu 1994 JPN 4:31.43 889

3 1 5 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia 1992 AUS 4:33.19 872

4 1 6 LI Jiaxing 1990 CHN 4:39.80 812

5 1 2 FUKUDA Tomoyo 1989 JPN 4:40.21 808

6 1 3 ZHANG Sishi 1993 CHN 4:47.17 751

7 1 1 PANG Wenxian 1997 CHN 4:48.51 740

8 1 8 TENG YuWen 1996 TPE 4:54.07 699


Event 124
9 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 100m Butterfly

WR 48.48 22.88 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 48.48 22.88 KOROTYSHKIN Evgeny RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 7 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (5) 24.31 50.93 86226.62
2 5 WRIGHT Christopher AUS (3) 24.18 51.07 855 26.89
3 6 CHEN Weiwu CHN (2) 23.94 51.41 838 27.47
4 2 ASHBY Sam Andrew AUS (4) 24.23 51.61 828 27.38
5 8 LAUTERSTEIN Andrew George AUS (1) 23.90 51.78 820 27.88
6 3 SHI Feng CHN (7) 24.58 51.88 815 27.30
7 1 PINI Ryan PNG (6) 24.42 52.18 802 27.76
8 4 HAGINO Kosuke JPN (8) 25.05 52.47 788 27.42


Event 125
9 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 100m Backstroke

WR 55.23 26.73 SAKAI Shiho JPN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 55.23 26.73 SAKAI Shiho JPN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 6 GAO Chang CHN (4) 28.00 57.22 899 29.22
2 4 GOH Rachel AUS (2) 27.78 57.40 890 29.62
3 2 ZHOU Yanxin CHN (3) 27.89 57.78 873 29.89
4 3 SAKAI Shiho JPN (1) 27.67 57.96 865 30.29
5 5 LOH Grace Elizabeth AUS (5) 28.01 57.97 864 29.96
6 7 INGRAM Melissa Jane NZL (6) 29.04 59.18 812 30.14
7 1 RAO Shengxue CHN (7) 29.05 59.75 789 30.70
8 8 YAO Yige CHN (8) 29.96 1:00.22 771 30.26


Event 126
9 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 50m Backstroke

WR 22.61 MARSHALL Peter USA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009
WC 22.61 MARSHALL Peter USA Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

1 4 SUN Xiaolei CHN 23.34 909
2 5 CHENG Feiyi CHN 23.89 847
3 3 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL 23.98 838
4 1 YAMAGUCHI Masafumi JPN 24.41 794
5 7 GLANIA JanPhilip GER 24.81 756
6 6 HURLEY Robert John AUS 25.41 704
7 2 SHI Feng CHN 26.02 656
8 JIN Yan CHN DNS

Event 127
9 NOV 2011 18:

Women's 200m Butterfly

WR 2:00.78 27.35 58.41 1:29.29 LIU Zige CHN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 2:00.78 27.35 58.41 1:29.29 LIU Zige CHN Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009


1 3 CHOI Hye Ra KOR (2) 28.36 (2) 59.88 (1) 1:31.52 2:03.65 931 31.52 31.64 32.13
2 4 GRANSTROEM Anna Martina SWE (3) 28.76 (3) 1:00.56 (2) 1:32.52 2:05.02 901 31.80 31.96 32.50
3 6 SCHIPPER Jessicah Lee AUS (5) 28.97 (4) 1:01.11 (4) 1:33.44 2:05.89 883 32.14 32.33 32.45
4 2 LIU Zige CHN (1) 28.26 (1) 59.84 (3) 1:32.73 2:06.77 864 31.58 32.89 34.04
5 8 LIU Lan CHN (4) 28.84 (7) 1:01.83 (5) 1:34.75 2:06.92 861 32.99 32.92 32.17
6 1 HA Sinan CHN (7) 29.11 (5) 1:01.68 (6) 1:35.32 2:08.11 837 32.57 33.64 32.79
7 5 OTSUKA Miyu JPN (8) 29.46 (8) 1:02.33 (8) 1:35.97 2:09.23 816 32.87 33.64 33.26
8 7 ZHOU Yilin CHN (6) 29.02 (6) 1:01.77 (7) 1:35.56 2:11.07 782 32.75 33.79 35.51

Event 128
9 NOV 2011 18:

Men's 200m Individual Medley

WR 1:50.08 24.07 51.42 1:23.49 LOCHTE Ryan USA Dubai (UAE) 17 DEC 2010
WC 1:51.55 23.96 51.96 1:25.41 TOWNSEND Darian RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 2 LE CLOS Chad Guy Bertrand RSA (1) 24.93 (1) 54.30 (2) 1:28.98 1:55.04 876 29.37 34.68 26.06
2 5 ROGAN Markus AUT (5) 25.85 (2) 54.33 (1) 1:28.57 1:56.33 847 28.48 34.24 27.76
3 4 LIU Weijia CHN (6) 25.94 (6) 56.82 (5) 1:30.12 1:56.61 841 30.88 33.30 26.49
4 6 KOSAKA Yuma JPN (2) 25.35 (3) 55.41 (3) 1:29.00 1:57.27 827 30.06 33.59 28.27
5 3 NEDERPELT Travis Peter AUS (4) 25.82 (4) 56.33 (4) 1:29.48 1:57.77 816 30.51 33.15 28.29
6 1 SUN Yunchao CHN (7) 26.05 (5) 56.70 (7) 1:32.31 1:59.95 772 30.65 35.61 27.64
7 8 SUN Jiahao CHN (8) 26.07 (7) 57.34 (6) 1:32.14 2:02.03 734 31.27 34.80 29.89
8 7 CHEN Cheng CHN (3) 25.74 (8) 58.98 (8) 1:33.42 2:03.03 716 33.24 34.44 29.61


Event 129
9 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 400m Freestyle

WR 3:54.92 57.29 1:56.93 2:56.38 JACKSON Joanne GBR Leeds (GBR) 8 AUG 2009
WC 3:56.24 58.27 1:57.98 2:57.63 BALMY Coralie FRA Berlin (GER) 16 NOV 2008

1 4 EVANS Blair Catherine AUS 3:58.31 957
50m ﴾1﴿ 27.87
29.74
100m ﴾1﴿ 57.61
30.00
150m ﴾1﴿ 1:27.61
30.07
200m ﴾1﴿ 1:57.68
30.02
250m ﴾1﴿ 2:27.70
30.26
300m ﴾1﴿ 2:57.96
30.57
350m ﴾1﴿ 3:28.53
29.78
2 5 PALMER Kylie Jayne AUS 4:03.04 903

3 6 CHEN Shiyun CHN 4:04.73 884

4 7 ZHOU Lili CHN 4:04.92 882

5 2 WANG Fei CHN 4:05.15 879

6 1 INGRAM Melissa Jane NZL 4:05.52 875

7 3 HA Sinan CHN 4:08.85 841

8 8 SHI Yuwen CHN 4:09.35 836


Event 130
9 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 50m Freestyle

WR 20.30 SCHOEMAN Roland RSA Pietermaritzburg (RSA) 8 AUG 2009
WC 20.57 SCHOEMAN Roland RSA Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 4 RICHARDSON Kyle Morgan AUS 21.75 813
2 3 SHI Yang CHN 22.00 785
3 2 SHI Tengfei CHN 22.03 782
4 5 SIMPSON Cameron Douglas NZL 22.45 739
5 8 JIANG Haiqi CHN 22.55 729
6 1 PINI Ryan PNG 22.58 726
6 6 HU Chao CHN 22.58 726
8 7 LIU Junwu CHN 22.90 696

Event 131
9 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 200m Breaststroke

WR 2:14.57 31.05 1:05.18 1:40.00 SONI Rebecca USA Manchester (GBR) 18 DEC 2009
WC 2:15.42 31.30 1:06.07 1:41.00 JONES Leisel AUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 6 WATANABE Kanako JPN (3) 32.35 (2) 1:07.99 (1) 1:43.67 2:19.05 906 35.64 35.68 35.38
2 5 FUKUDOME Keiko JPN (7) 33.12 (5) 1:08.77 (4) 1:44.58 2:20.36 881 35.65 35.81 35.78
3 2 KIM Hye Jin KOR (6) 33.03 (7) 1:09.09 (6) 1:45.68 2:20.59 876 36.06 36.59 34.91
4 4 JEONG Darae KOR (1) 31.99 (1) 1:07.61 (2) 1:43.74 2:20.74 874 35.62 36.13 37.00
5 8 BACK Su Yeon KOR (5) 32.68 (3) 1:08.00 (3) 1:44.55 2:21.49 860 35.32 36.55 36.94
6 7 HOESTMAN Carina Joline SWE (2) 32.29 (4) 1:08.13 (5) 1:44.63 2:22.36 844 35.84 36.50 37.73
7 1 JI Liping CHN (4) 32.60 (6) 1:09.00 (7) 1:45.83 2:23.57 823 36.40 36.83 37.74
8 3 TEMNIKOVA Maria RUS (8) 33.44 (8) 1:09.83 (8) 1:46.46 2:24.39 809 36.39 36.63 37.93

Event 132
9 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 100m Individual Medley

WR 57.74 26.82 SCHREUDER Hinkelien NED Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 57.74 26.82 SCHREUDER Hinkelien NED Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 3 JIAO Liuyang CHN (1) 27.01 59.50 913 32.49
1 4 ZHAO Jing CHN (2) 27.40 59.50 913 32.10
3 2 HALICEK Olivia Maree AUS (5) 28.29 1:01.01 847 32.72
4 5 LIU Jing CHN (4) 28.28 1:01.06 845 32.78
5 1 CHOI Hye Ra KOR (3) 28.05 1:01.49 827 33.44
6 6 FUKUDA Tomoyo JPN (6) 28.33 1:01.56 825 33.23
7 7 FULLERTON Ellen Amelia AUS (8) 29.16 1:03.28 759 34.12
8 8 LARINA Iuliia RUS (7) 29.04 1:04.80 707 35.76

Event 133
9 NOV 2011 19:

Men's 200m Backstroke

WR 1:46.11 25.17 52.36 1:19.48 VYATCHANIN Arkady RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009
WC 1:46.11 25.17 52.36 1:19.48 VYATCHANIN Arkady RUS Berlin (GER) 15 NOV 2009

1 1 PINZON GARCIA Omar Andres COL (1) 25.65 (1) 53.35 (1) 1:21.49 1:50.46 886 27.70 28.14 28.97
2 7 WATANABE Kazuki JPN (3) 26.27 (3) 54.59 (3) 1:23.32 1:52.20 845 28.32 28.73 28.88
3 4 SUN Xiaolei CHN (2) 26.06 (2) 53.90 (2) 1:23.31 1:52.36 842 27.84 29.41 29.05
4 6 DIAO Jigong CHN (8) 27.17 (8) 56.06 (5) 1:24.81 1:53.54 816 28.89 28.75 28.73
5 8 ROGAN Markus AUT (7) 26.87 (7) 56.03 (6) 1:25.06 1:54.31 799 29.16 29.03 29.25
6 3 LIN Yongqing CHN (5) 26.80 (4) 55.40 (4) 1:24.70 1:54.49 796 28.60 29.30 29.79
7 2 GLANIA JanPhilip GER (6) 26.84 (6) 55.98 (7) 1:26.12 1:56.17 762 29.14 30.14 30.05
8 5 HAGINO Kosuke JPN (4) 26.78 (5) 55.81 (8) 1:26.22 1:56.78 750 29.03 30.41 30.56

Event 134
9 NOV 2011 19:

Women's 50m Butterfly

WR 24.38 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009
WC 24.38 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE Singapore (SIN) 22 NOV 2009

1 4 ALSHAMMAR Therese SWE 25.40 884
2 3 LU Ying CHN 25.52 871
3 5 JIAO Liuyang CHN 25.78 845
4 6 MCKEON Emma Jennifer AUS 26.54 775
5 2 SCHIPPER Jessicah Lee AUS 26.80 752
6 1 HALICEK Olivia Maree AUS 26.81 751
7 8 ZOU Xinyi CHN 27.08 729
8 7 ZHU Wenrui CHN 27.23 717






WC 2011, Beijing Day 1: South Africa's Chad Le Clos earns three gold medals



Greg Eggert, FINA Press Commission Member
08 November 2011



South Africa's Chad Le Clos made four trips to the medals podium during the first evening of the Beijing edition of the FINA/ARENA World Cup collecting three gold's and a silver in the 100m free, an event he swum for the first time in World Cup competition. The 19 year old is the current leader in the men's FINA World Cup rankings. Tonight's gold medal collection included championship titles in the 400m individual medley, 200m butterfly and the 100m individual medley. When he finally got a break from racing and medal ceremonies Le Clos reflected on the motivation that he gained from the five medals that he earned at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore. "It was my first exposure to international competition and I was really nervous, but I can still remember every one of those races." At the Youth Olympic he won the 200m individual medley and would bring home three silver medals in individual events and a relay bronze.



Just weeks later Le Clos would go on to win the 200m butterfly and the 400m individual medley events at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India. His time in the 200m butterfly was a new Commonwealth Games Record. Le Clos is the reigning world champion in this event collecting the gold medal in Dubai last December at the FINA Short Course World Championships.At the 2011 FINA Long Course World Championships Le Clos finished fifth in the 200m Fly, 13th in the 100m Fly & 10th in the 4x100m Medley Relay. In September Le Clos won five gold medals at the 2011 All Africa Games and one silver medal at the 2011 All Africa Games."I set goals for times that I wanted to achieve at these World Cup events without knowing who I would be competing against. World Cup competition was intended as a training exercise for me. I need to get used to racing like this and to prepare for multiple events and also South African relays that I hope to be a part of. I look at Phelps and Lochte and see how they swim multiple events and I need to prepare like them if I am going to challenge them at the Olympics." "I had a really strong start in Dubai winning six events and at that moment I decided that I should set another goal for a top-3 finish in the FINA World Cup rankings. I'm really pleased with where I stand in the FINA rankings. The prize of $100,000 offers me a great deal of motivation to race well here and to finish strong in Japan." "I'm really happy to be racing at the Water Cube.



I was hoping that Ian Thorpe would be in the finals, but I understand that he's just making his comeback. In South Africa where swimming isn't a mainstream sport, everyone knows who Ian Thorpe is. I have been asked if it was true that he was coming out of retirement. It's great for our sport to have Ian back and hopefully he will be in London." Thorpe swam in the preliminaries earlier today finishing 15th in the 100m freestyle, 50.21 and just missing the finals by placing 9th in the 100m individual medley in a time of 56.70. The top women's performance was from Sweden's Therese Alshammar who earned a gold medal in the 100m butterfly scoring 962 FINA points with her time of 55.76. The Swedish Olympian finished second in the 50m freestyle.



Alshammar is the women's leader in the FINA World Cup rankings after five editions have been contested. "I believe that I can get a lot better by racing hard as often as I can. I have raced at all but the first world cup. I'm pleased that what I do is working and pleased that I am still able to swim fast. People often ask how I can swim fast at my age and I tell them that age is not an issue. I believe that you have to work very hard for a long, long time. In that sense my age is an advantage because i have been doing exactly that. To win an Olympic gold medal is an easy dream for every athlete, but it is one of the goals that I am working at, not dreaming about." Another Australian Olympian making her comeback in the Asian series of the FINA World Cup is Libby Trickett. Trickett finished 7th in the 100m butterfly. "I'm happy to say this was a faster swim than my time in Singapore and this was a faster field too. It's been tough racing while I'm tired and it's hard to get used to this, but hopefully tomorrow I will have a better swimming in the 50 free. What's required is patience, and honesty I'm not a very patient person. I want to be swimming faster and I want to be swimming fast! Realistically what's important is how I swim in March at our national selection event and it's my goal to qualify for London. Being back in Beijing is fantastic. I have many amazing memories of this pool, some good and some bad, but the Water Cube holds a special spot in my heart."


The Beijing World Cup is the second leg of the Singapore-Beijing-Tokyo series and it is the second time that the FINA World Cup has been held at the Water Cube, the venue for the swimming events of the 2008 Olympic Games. Recap of Day One of the FINA/ARENA World Cup - Beijing Water Cube: Women's 800m Freestyle: China's Zhou Lili won the first event of the meet in a time of 8:18.79, more than ten seconds faster than here swim in the morning preliminaries. In an event where three Chinese swimmers captured the medals Cao Shiyue finished second at 8:30.94 and Liu Jing placed third in 8:31.07. Men's 100m Freestyle: Kyle Richardson of Australia just out touched South African Chad Le Clos to earn his first World Cup gold medal covering the 100m distance in 47.38.


Le Clos who is leading the FINA World Cup rankings swam the 100m free for the first time finishing .01 behind Richardson. Jiang Haiqi of China was third at 48.00. Post-race, Richardson said: "I didn't feel great but it's a win and it's nice to get one of those early. I was trying to work on the skills we work on in practice. It's good to get in as much racing as possible over these three World Cup events. There's a lot of competition in the 100m free, it's both good and bad, but I guess the faster the field, the faster I can hope to be." Women's 200m Freestyle: Australia's Blair Evans repeated as the gold medalist in this event touching the wall in 1:54.81.



The Commonwealth Games relay gold medalist dropped more than half a second in the event from her time in Singapore. Australia swept the medals podium with teammates Merindah Dingjan and Kylie Palmer collecting the silver and bronze medals. Evans won both the 200m and the 400m events in Singapore: "It's great to get up and race and it's good to get a gold medal early in the meet. In Singapore I realized that I had a strong back end. I was looking for something close to my best time and this time is very close to the PB (personal best) that I set at the Short Course Worlds in Dubai last December.



These World Cup meets are a fresh start to our racing season although short course isn't usually my strong suit. My goal was to build through the three meets and I’m getting faster as I go so everything seems to be on track. It's a good opportunity to practice the skills that I worked on during our heavy training before these meets."



Men's 50m Breaststroke: Christian Sprenger won the sprint breast event in a time of 26.64 beating Li Xiyan of China and his Australian teammate Brenton Rickard. Sprenger’s time was 0.03 of a second quicker than he swam in Singapore last Friday for gold: "We brought a big team to test the waters at these world cups and it's really important to get some good racing in. I was lucky at the finish with a good touch. I'm just practicing good racing skills under pressure."




Women's 100m Breaststroke: Leiston Pickett of Australia set a personal best time to win the event in 1:05.49 defeating Kim Hye Kin of Korea and Ji Liping of China. Pickett: "I'm pretty happy with this medal, it's a PB (personal best) for me and I'm happy anytime I swim a PB. I'm hoping to swim faster in Tokyo after getting a little more rest. We have been training really hard right before leaving for Singapore. It's my goal to qualify for a spot on our Olympic team, I'm sure that it's everyone's dream. I'm thrilled to swim well at this pool. I didn't swim in the 2008 Olympics so it's a great honor to swim here."



Men's 400m Individual Medley: Le Clos won this event for the fourth time, his time this evening was 4:07.35 bettering Austria's Markus Rogan and Zhang Lie of China.



Women's 100m Butterfly: Therese Alshammar of Sweden won in a time of 55.76 finishing ahead of Chinese swimmers Lu Ying and Jiao Liuyang. Men's 100m Backstroke: Sui Xiaolei of China 50.99, Cheng Felyi 51.66 and Kosuke Hagino of Japan 51.76 climbed the podium. On his victory, Sui said: "This time was my personal best and I had expected to win."



Women's 50m Backstroke: Zhao Jing of China was the evening's champion finishing at 26.52 ahead of Australia's Rachel Goh, 26.60 and Geo Chang, 26.71 of China. Goh’s time of 26.60 was her best of the series so far, but a touch behind Jing from China who took gold in 26.52.




Men's 200m Butterfly: Chad Le Clos earned his second gold medal and his fifth title in this event during the World Cup series soundly defeating Christopher Wright of Australia, 1:53.32 and Chen Weiwu of China, 1:53.58.




Women's 200m Individual Medley: Korea's Choi Hye Ra touched the wall in 2:07.72 finishing ahead of China's Li Jiaxing and Zhou Min. Men's 400m Freestyle: It was an all Chinese field except for Australian Robert Hurley. The Australian controlled his race to perfection to win in a time of 3:41.93. The Australian reeled in China’s Hao Yun (3:42.13) who went out over the first 100m a second under world record pace. Whispering "it was never in doubt, but I worried at one point that he might get away. I took the first 200m out easy thinking that I would chase him down at the end. I haven't raced in World Cup events for a few years but I'm glad that I am here to have an opportunity to get up and race and to bring a gold medal back home for Australia."




Women's 50m Freestyle: Australia's Emma McKeon snatched a victory away from veteran Therese Alshammar of Sweden in the sprint freestyle event in a time of 24.15. The Swedish Olympian earned the silver with her time of 24.16 and Australian teammate Cate Campbell collected the bronze medal, 24.26. McKeon, the 17-year-old sprinter, who made her senior debut at the World Short Course Championships in Dubai last year, was just 0.01 of a second too quick for seasoned short course swimmer Therese Alshammar from Sweden in the women’s 50m freestyle, winning in a new personal best time of 24.15. “I didn't expect to go that fast tonight so it was a good surprise,” said McKeon. "My favoured event is the 100m freestyle so to get a win in the 50m is a bonus. It was nice to have a lot of teammates in the pool with me. I was happy with my time, today I focused on working on my dive because these are different starting blocks than those that I am used to. The world cups are part of my preparation for fast racing and then it's back home to train for our Australian selection event for the Olympic Games."



Men's 200m Breaststroke: Marco Koch of Germany won in a time of 2:04.73 bettering Naoya Tomita of Japan, 2:04.74 and Brenton Rickard of Australia, 2:06.17. On his performance, Koch said: "It was a very hard race and I'm glad that I won. I tried to go easy on the first 100m making sure that I could come back hard. I'm planning to swim even faster in Japan this weekend and I hope that I can make it to the final in a very fast field."




Men's 100m Individual Medley: South Africa's Chad Le Clos racing in lane 1 collected his third gold medal of the evening posting a 52.89 and bettering Kyle Richardson of Australia and Sui Xiaolei of China. The South African and the Australian stood in the same position on the medals podium during last weekend's Singapore World Cup, both swimming faster than the times the posted in Singapore. Le Clos said: "The World Cup series has been great for me and there is one more stage to go in Japan this weekend. I entered the World Cup event intending them to be part of my preparations for racing long course. I've been working on my starts and my turns during these events and trying to sharpen my skills."



Women's 200m Backstroke: Melissa Ingram of New Zeland collected a World Cup gold medal with her winning time of 2:03.00 bettering China's silver and bronze medallists Zhou Yanxin and You Yige. Ingram's margin of victory was .01 of a second. She finished third in Singapore in a time of 2:05.19: "I'm really happy with my race and the result tonight. It's my second PB and it's also a National Record. I'm also happy that I swam faster than I swam in Singapore. It's just amazing to be back at the Water Cube where I swam in the Olympics. I started my preparation for the London Olympics several months ago and I have been working hard to be ready for the Games."


Men's 50m Butterfly: Shi Feng of China bested Sam Ashby of Australia and teammate Chen Welwu in the sprint butterfly event, Feng's winning time was 23.47, far off his PB time of 22.92 in a speed suit. Ashy placed fourth in the Singapore World Cup and dropped .07 second to collect a silver medal. Shi Feng said after his race: "I just swam as fast as I could, I didn't think about my competitors. It's a very short race and you really don't have time to think about the race."


Thorpe posts 54.35 in 100 butterfly prelim swim at the "Water Cube"
Swimming World Cup
Greg Eggert, FINA Press Commission Member
09 November 2011
Thorpe split a 25.29 at the 50 and stopped the clock at 54.35, finishing 13th out of a field of 27 athletes in the men's 100m butterfly. On November 5th at the recent Singapore edition the Australian Olympic legend split 25.27 and posted a final time of 54.09; he finished 11th out of 26 athletes in the same event. Following the prelim session of the Beijing edition of the FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup, Ian Thorpe met with the media throng that had come to watch him swim and to get his reaction about his own comeback. Here's Ian Thorpe in his own words:
"I did this race [100m fly] in Singapore as well and it was about the same time. At this stage of the composition I'm pleased. Short course racing has always been tough for me. It's much more difficult for me than for some of the short course specialists. I'm working on my skills in the short course pool." "In Tokyo I am likely to swim the 100m individual medley, the 100m fly and probably the 100m free and then it's back to training. I expect to be training about 30 hours a week. After these World Cup events I will now be able to attach the feeling of racing to the work that I am doing in training, marrying the two things together." "I think most of it is getting my head back into racing. I'm working on rekindling the emotional attachment that I once had for the sport and working to get those feelings back." "My adjustment has been easier because I accepted the fact that I would not be winning all of these races. I have prepared myself for this. It would be preferable if I had this level of media attention for the races that I will be winning. I'm grateful that their is interest in my comeback." "It's not that hard to get your body back in shape. I'm physically fit for training and I'd like to believe that I am physically fit for racing as well. Now I just need to get my head into it. I'm much more relaxed before I swim now and technically I am able to break my races down and I know that I am improving. I'm comfortable getting reading for my events and I'm just getting used to racing again."

What to expect at Beijing's "Water Cube"
Swimming World Cup
Greg Eggert, FINA Press Commission Member
07 November 2011
Leigh Nugent, Australian National Team Director: "My expectation is more about Libby and Ian returning to competition that it is about their results. Before his races in Singapore, Ian has not competed in six years so this is part of the learning process. We are looking for improvements this week over his performances in Singapore and we will be looking for him to swim even faster in Tokyo. Of course we expect a significant improvement in his times before our Olympic Trials in March. Ian is entered in the 100 IM and in the 100 Fly. His objective is to qualify for the Australian 4 x 100m free relay. I'd like to have him on the 4 x 200m free relay as well. If he is fast enough perhaps he will race in some individual events as well in London." Therese Alshammar, Sweden: "I am very pleased to be in Beijing as I have very fond memories from the 2008 Olympic Games held at this pool. It's the first time that I am back at the Water Cube after the Olympics. I am really looking forward to this competition. This is a very good pool. I also enjoyed the Shanghai World Championships this past summer. China has offered strong performances during the previous World Cup events. I look forward to strong racing from Chinese athletes in Beijing which makes all of us better."
Leigh Nugent & Therese Alshammar at the Press Conference
Tomita Naoya, Japan: "It's my first time racing at the Beijing Water Cube as I did not compete in the last Olympic Games." Liu Zige, China: "I'm preparing for the 2012 London Olympic Games and the FINA World Cup in Beijing is the shortest distance from my hometown. I'm happy that I don't have to travel abroad. I received very good training in America."

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