FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

The FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)[1] or "Short Course Worlds" as they are sometimes known,[2][3][4] is an international swimming competition. It is swum in a short course (25m) pool, and has been held in the years when FINA has not held its main World Championships (currently this means in even years).[5][6]

Unlike the FINA World Aquatics Championships, this championship is swimming-only (the World Championships feature all 5 Aquatics disciplines), and is contested in a short course, 25-meter pool (rather than a long course, 50-meter pool).

Championships

Year Date Edition Location Nations Athletes Events Events details Winner of the medal table Second of the medal table Third of the medal table
1993 December 2 5 1 Palma de Mallorca, Spain 46 313 32 16 (m), 16 (f)  China  United States  Australia
1995 November 30 December 3 2 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 57 350 32 16 (m), 16 (f)  Australia  China  Brazil
1997 April 17 20 3 Gothenburg, Sweden 71 501 32 16 (m), 16 (f)  Australia  China  Sweden
1999 April 1 4 4 Hong Kong, China 61 516 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  Australia  Japan  Great Britain
2000 March 16 19 5 Athens, Greece 78 563 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  United States  Sweden  Germany
2002 April 3 7 6 Moscow, Russia 92 599 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  Australia  United States  Sweden
2004 October 7 11 7 Indianapolis, USA 94 502 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  United States  Australia  Great Britain
2006 April 5 9 8 Shanghai, China 117 578 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  Australia  United States  China
2008 April 9 13 9 Manchester, Great Britain 116 607 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  United States  Australia  Netherlands
2010 December 15 19 10 Dubai, UAE 153 780 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  United States  Russia  Spain
2012 December 12 16 11 Istanbul, Turkey 162 958 40 20 (m), 20 (f)  United States  China  Hungary
2014 December 3 7 12 Doha, Qatar 174 968 46 22 (m), 22 (f), 2 (mixed)  Brazil  Hungary  Netherlands
2016 December 6 11 13 Windsor, Canada 172 46 22 (m), 22 (f), 2 (mixed)  United States  Hungary  Russia
2018 December 11 16 14 Hangzhou, China
2020 TBD 15 Abu Dhabi, UAE
2022 TBD 16 Kazan, Russia
2024 TBD 17 Budapest, Hungary

Events

There are men's and women's events in all four strokes, the individual medley, as well as in relays. There are also two mixed relays.

Men's events

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Women's events

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Mixed events

Edition 2014 2016
Relays 4×50 m freestyle XX
4×50 m medley XX
Number of events 22

Medal table

Updated after the 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m):

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States1009079269
2 Australia778765229
3 China393633108
4 Sweden28201866
5 Russia24234188
6 United Kingdom214239101
7 Brazil2091544
8 Germany19262368
9 Netherlands18181753
10 South Africa1714435
11 Hungary17101037
12 Japan15131846
13 Ukraine14121339
14 Denmark1051631
15 Spain94821
16 France78722
17 Slovakia75517
18 Italy6231544
19 Canada6171639
20 Cuba6129
21 Finland55414
22 Croatia5139
23 Lithuania4217
 Venezuela4217
25 Zimbabwe4015
26 Costa Rica4004
27 Poland371323
28 Slovenia37313
29 New Zealand35412
30 South Korea3205
31 Jamaica2417
32 Tunisia2237
33 Belarus2035
34 Austria1528
35 Argentina1225
36 Kazakhstan1034
37 Norway1023
38 Romania0336
39 Czech Republic0213
40 Algeria0112
41 Moldova0101
 Portugal0101
43  Switzerland0044
44 Israel0022
45 Bahamas0011
 Belgium0011
 Faroe Islands0011
 Greece0011
 Puerto Rico0011
 Serbia0011
 Trinidad and Tobago0011
 Turkey0011
Total5085115101529

See also

References

  1. "FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)". FINA. March 7, 2012. Archived from the original on March 9, 2012. Retrieved March 7, 2012.
  2. "5 more world records set at short-course worlds". Yahoo. 2014-12-05. Archived from the original on 2014-12-07. Retrieved 2014-12-07.
  3. "Ryan Lochte takes two medals at short course worlds". USA Today. 2014-12-03. Retrieved 2014-12-07.
  4. "Records fall at short-course worlds". ESPN. 2014-12-04. Archived from the original on 2014-12-07. Retrieved 2014-12-07.
  5. "Men's Events". Medallists & Statistics Special FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) (PDF). HistoFINA (Technical report). III. FINA. 2006. pp. 15–52. Archived from the original (PDF 0.3 MB) on April 27, 2015. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
  6. "Women's Events". Medallists & Statistics Special FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) (PDF). HistoFINA (Technical report). III. FINA. 2006. pp. 53–87. Archived from the original (PDF 0.4 MB) on April 27, 2015. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
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