What is the fastest 50 breast time?
|1||27.49||29 March 2001|
|2||27.39||31 March 2001|
|3||27.18||2 August 2002|
|4||27.06||18 April 2009|
Who is the fastest backstroke swimmer in the world?
York native Coleman Stewart is now a world-record holder. The swimmer set a world record in the 100-meter backstroke with a time of 48.33 seconds during the opening weekend of the International Swimming League Sunday in Naples, Italy. His time broke the mark previously set of 48.58 by Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov.
Which is faster breaststroke or butterfly?
Backstroke and butterfly are much faster than breaststroke by an order of 3-4 seconds per 50m on the elite level. Also, if you are not training race pace (why aren’t you training race pace?), then backstroke will be much easier to do at below race pace, for longer distances.
Who holds the world record for 200m breaststroke?
There have been two rule changes enacted by FINA for this event that have resulted in the nullification of world records.
|Date||July 26, 2019|
|Place||Gwangju, South Korea|
How much does Adam Peaty weigh?
|Weight||95 kg (209 lb)|
Is Adam Peaty in 50m breaststroke?
The European Championships in May 2016 were a great Olympic warm-up and a sign of things to come for Peaty as he claimed four more titles, including two individual golds in the 50m and 100m Breaststroke finals, alongside victories in the two Medley Relays.
Is freestyle faster than butterfly?
Freestyle times (46.91 WR for 100m) tend to be faster than butterfly (49.82 WR for 100m) times. However, the “peak speed” for butterfly is faster than freestyle(1).
What is the 200 IM world record?
|1:54.98||Michael Phelps||World Championships|
|1:54.80||Michael Phelps||US Olympic Trials|
|1:54.23||Michael Phelps||Olympic Games|
|1:54.10||Ryan Lochte||World Championships|
Who holds the highest number of world record in swimming?
Caeleb Dressel holds the most world records in men’s swimming with nine (four individual and five relays). Sarah Sjöström holds the most world records in women’s swimming with six, all individual.
|Date||31 July 2021|