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2022 Short Course World Championships: Full Results Report

By James Sutherland on SwimSwam

2022 FINA SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tuesday, December 13 to Sunday, December 18, 2022
Melbourne Sports and Aquatics Centre, Melbourne, Australia
SCM (25m)
Prize Money
Meet Site
Full Results Book

An action-packed six days of racing at the 2022 Short Course World Championships came to a close in mid-December, with 14 world records falling and numerous exciting battles having been contested in front of a raucous Australian crowd at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Center.

Now with the event done and dusted, it’s time to take a look back at the full list of medalists and see which swimmers had the most trips to the podium.

FULL MEDALISTS TABLE

Key: WR – World Record, WJ – World Junior Record, CR – Championship Record, AS – Asian Record, AF – African Record, NR – National Record, OC – Oceanian Record, AM – Americas Record

Women’s Events

Event
Gold
Silver
Bronze

50 Freestyle
Emma McKeon (AUS), 23.04 CR, OC
Kasia Wasick (POL), 23.55
Anna Hopkin (GBR), 23.68

100 Freestyle
Emma McKeon (AUS), 50.77 CR
Siobhan Haughey (HKG), 50.87
Marrit Steenbergen (NED), 51.25

200 Freestyle
Siobhan Haughey (HKG), 1:51.65
Rebecca Smith (CAN), 1:52.24

Marrit Steenbergen (NED), 1:52.28

400 Freestyle
Lani Pallister (AUS), 3:55.04
Erika Fairweather (NZL), 3:56.00
Leah Smith (USA), 3:59.78

800 Freestyle
Lani Pallister (AUS), 8:04.07 NR
Erika Fairweather (NZL), 8:10.41
Miyu Namba (JPN), 8:12.98 NR

1500 Freestyle
Lani Pallister (AUS), 15:21.43 CR, OC
Miyu Namba (JPN), 15:46.76

Kensey McMahon (USA), 15:49.15

50 Backstroke
Maggie MacNeil (CAN), 25.25 WR
Claire Curzan (USA), 25.54

Mollie O’Callaghan (AUS), 25.61 OC

100 Backstroke
Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 55.49
Mollie O’Callaghan (AUS), 55.62

Claire Curzan (USA) / Ingrid Wilm (CAN), 55.74

200 Backstroke
Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 1:59.26
Claire Curzan (USA), 2:00.53
Kylie Masse (CAN), 2:01.26 NR

50 Breaststroke
Ruta Meilutyte (LTU), 28.50
Lara van Niekerk (RSA), 29.09 AF
Lilly King (USA), 29.11

100 Breaststroke
Lilly King (USA), 1:02.67
Tes Schouten (NED), 1:03.90 NR
Anna Elendt (GER), 1:04.05 NR

200 Breaststroke
Kate Douglass (USA), 2:15.77 CR
Lilly King (USA), 2:17.13
Tes Schouten (NED), 2:18.19 NR

50 Butterfly
Torri Huske (USA) / Maggie MacNeil (CAN), 24.64

Zhang Yufei (CHN), 24.71 =AS

100 Butterfly
Maggie MacNeil (CAN), 54.05 WR
Torri Huske (USA), 54.75
Louise Hansson (SWE), 54.87

200 Butterfly
Dakota Luther (USA), 2:03.37
Hali Flickinger (USA), 2:03.78
Elizabeth Dekkers (AUS), 2:03.94

100 IM
Marrit Steenbergen (NED), 57.53 NR
Beryl Gastaldello (FRA), 57.63
Louise Hansson (SWE), 57.68

200 IM
Kate Douglass (USA), 2:02.12 AM
Alex Walsh (USA), 2:03.37

Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 2:03.57 OC

400 IM
Hali Flickinger (USA), 4:26.51
Sara Franceschi (ITA), 4:28.58
Waka Kobori (JPN), 4:29.03

4×50 Freestyle Relay
United States, 1:33.89 CR, AM
Australia, 1:34.23 OC
Netherlands, 1:35.36

4×100 Freestyle Relay
Australia, 3:25.43 WR
United States, 3:26.29 AM
Canada, 3:28.06 NR

4×200 Freestyle Relay
Australia, 7:30.87 WR
Canada, 7:34.47
United States, 7:34.70 NR

4×50 Medley Relay
Australia, 1:42.35 WR
United States, 1:42.41
Sweden, 1:42.43

4×100 Medley Relay
United States, 3:44.35 WR
Australia, 3:44.92 OC
Canada, 3:46.22

Men’s Events

Event
Gold
Silver
Bronze

50 Freestyle
Jordan Crooks (CAY), 20.46
Ben Proud (GBR), 20.49
Dylan Carter (TTO), 20.72

100 Freestyle
Kyle Chalmers (AUS), 45.16 CR
Maxime Grousset (FRA), 45.41

Alessandro Miressi (ITA), 45.57 =NR

200 Freestyle
Hwang Sunwoo (KOR), 1:39.72 CR, AS
David Popovici (ROU), 1:40.79
Tom Dean (GBR), 1:40.86

400 Freestyle
Kieran Smith (USA), 3:34.35 AM
Thomas Neill (AUS), 3:35.05
Danas Rapsys (LTU), 3:36.26

800 Freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA), 7:29.99 CR
Henrik Christiansen (NOR), 7:31.48
Logan Fontaine (FRA), 7:33.12

1500 Freestyle
Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA), 14:16.88
Damien Joly (FRA), 14:19.62 NR

Henrik Christiansen (NOR), 14:24.08

50 Backstroke
Ryan Murphy (USA), 22.64
Isaac Cooper (AUS), 22.73
Kacper Stokowski (POL), 22.74

100 Backstroke
Ryan Murphy (USA), 48.50 CR
Lorenzo Mora (ITA), 49.04 NR
Isaac Cooper (AUS), 49.52

200 Backstroke
Ryan Murphy (USA), 1:47.41
Shaine Casas (USA), 1:48.01
Lorenzo Mora (ITA), 1:48.45 NR

50 Breaststroke
Nic Fink (USA), 25.38 CR, AM
Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA), 25.42
Simone Cerasuolo (ITA), 25.68

100 Breaststroke
Nic Fink (USA), 55.88
Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA), 56.07
Adam Peaty (GBR), 56.25

200 Breaststroke
Daiya Seto (JPN), 2:00.35 AS
Nic Fink (USA), 2:01.60 AM
Qin Haiyang (CHN), 2:02.22

50 Butterfly
Nicholas Santos (BRA), 21.78 CR
Noe Ponti (SUI), 21.96 NR
Szebasztian Szabo (HUN), 21.98

100 Butterfly
Chad Le Clos (RSA), 48.59
Ilya Kharun (CAN), 49.03 WJ, NR
Marius Kusch (GER), 49.12

200 Butterfly
Chad Le Clos (RSA), 1:48.27 AF
Daiya Seto (JPN), 1:49.22
Noe Ponti (SUI), 1:49.42 NR

100 IM
Thomas Ceccon (ITA), 50.97
Javier Acevedo (CAN), 51.05 NR
Finlay Knox (CAN), 51.10

200 IM
Matt Sates (RSA), 1:50.15 AF
Carson Foster (USA), 1:50.96
Finlay Knox (CAN), 1:51.04 NR

400 IM
Daiya Seto (JPN), 3:55.75
Carson Foster (USA), 3:57.63
Matt Sates (RSA), 3:59.21 NR

4×50 Freestyle Relay
Australia, 1:23.44 OC
Italy, 1:23.48
Netherlands, 1:23.75

4×100 Freestyle Relay
Italy, 3:02.75 WR
Australia, 3:04.63 OC
United States, 3:05.09

4×200 Freestyle Relay
United States, 6:44.12 WR
Australia, 6:46.54 OC
Italy, 6:49.63

4×50 Medley Relay
Italy, 1:29.72 WR
United States, 1:30.37 AM
Australia, 1:30.81 OC

4×100 Medley Relay
Australia / United States, 3:18.98 WR

Italy, 3:19.06 ER

Mixed Events

Event
Gold
Silver
Bronze

4×50 Freestyle Relay
France, 1:27.33 WR
Australia, 1:28.03
Netherlands, 1:28.53

4×50 Medley Relay
United States, 1:35.15 WR
Italy, 1:36.01 ER
Canada, 1:36.93 NR

NOTES

10 different swimmers won multiple individual world titles, with Maggie MacNeilLani Pallister and Ryan Murphy leading the way with three apiece. Murphy became the first male swimmer to sweep the backstroke events since the 50-meter event was introduced in 1999, while Pallister became the inaugural winner of the women’s 1500 free, making her the first to claim the 400/800/1500 treble.
Six swimmers successfully defended their world titles in seven individual events: MacNeil (women’s 50 back, 100 fly), Hwang Sunwoo (men’s 200 free), Nic Fink (men’s 100 breast), Nicholas Santos (men’s 50 fly), Daiya Seto (men’s 400 IM), and Siobhan Haughey (women’s 200 free). Seto’s 400 IM was not only a repeat, but his sixth in a row, making him the first swimmer to accomplish the feat.
Six swimmers led the way with seven medals: Kate DouglassEmma McKeonTorri HuskeKyle ChalmersMollie O’Callaghan and Claire Curzan. With five golds and two silvers, Douglass officially sits atop the individual medal table.
The 14 world records broken—which accounts for both the American and Australian men going under the mark in the 4×100 medley relay—is a significant uptick from the four all-time marks lowered at the 2021 championships in Abu Dhabi.
38 of 46 events had a faster winning time at the 2022 Worlds than they did in 2021 (not factoring in the two new additions to the schedule).
In 13 events, the time required to simply reach the podium and win bronze in Melbourne was faster or equal to the winning time from 2021, including one relay (women’s 400 free). The men’s 100 IM was .01 off, and the women’s 400 medley relay was .02 off.
The United States topped the final medal table with 17 gold, 13 silver and six bronze medals for a final tally of 36, with Australia, Italy and Canada also hitting double digits.

FINAL MEDAL TABLE

 

Rank
Nation
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total

1
 United States
17
13
6
36

2
 Australia*
13
8
5
26

3
 Italy
5
6
5
16

4
 Canada
3
4
7
14

5
 South Africa
3
1
1
5

6
 Japan
2
2
2
6

7
 France
1
3
1
5

8
 Netherlands
1
1
6
8

9
 Hong Kong
1
1
0
2

10
 Lithuania
1
0
1
2

11
 Brazil
1
0
0
1

 Cayman Islands
1
0
0
1

 South Korea
1
0
0
1

14
 New Zealand
0
2
0
2

15
 Great Britain
0
1
3
4

16
 Norway
0
1
1
2

 Poland
0
1
1
2

 Switzerland
0
1
1
2

19
 Romania
0
1
0
1

20
 Sweden
0
0
3
3

21
 China
0
0
2
2

 Germany
0
0
2
2

23
 Hungary
0
0
1
1

 Trinidad and Tobago
0
0
1
1

Totals (24 entries)
50
46
49
145

You can find the full results book from the competition here.

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