2022 World Swimming Championships Results

2022 World Swimming Championships
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Finals results from the 2022 World Swimming Championships in Budapest at the Duna Arena …

Men’s 50m Freestyle
Gold: Ben Proud (GBR) — 21.32
Silver: Michael Andrew (USA) — 21.41
Bronze: Maxime Grousset (FRA) — 21.57
4. Szebasztian Szabo (HUN) — 21.60
5. Josh Liendo (CAN) — 21.61
6. Lorenzo Zazzeri (ITA) — 21.81
7. Lewis Burras (GBR) — 21.83
8. Kristian Gkolomeev (GRE) — 21.89

Men’s 100m Freestyle
Gold: David Popovici (ROU) — 47.58
Silver: Maxime Grousset (FRA) — 47.64
Bronze: Josh Liendo (CAN) — 47.71
4. Pan Zhanie (CHN) — 47.79
5. Brooks Curry (USA) — 48.00
6. Nandor Nemeth (HUN) — 48.13
7. Lewis Burras (GBR) — 48.23
8. Alessandro Miressi (ITA) — 48.31

Men’s 200m Freeestyle
Gold: David Popovici (ROU) — 1:43.21
Silver: Hwang Sunwoo (KOR) — 1:44.47
Bronze: Tom Dean (GBR) — 1:44.98
4. Drew Kibler (USA) — 1:45.01
5. Felix Auboeck (AUT) — 1:45.11
6. Kieran Smith (USA) — 1:45.16
7. Lukas Martens (GER) — 1:45.73
8. Elijah Winnington (AUS) — 1:45.92

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Men’s 400m Freestyle
Gold: Elijah Winnington (AUS) — 3:41.22
Silver: Lukas Martens (GER) — 3:42.85
Bronze: Guilherme Costa (BRA) — 3:43.31
4. Felix Auboeck (AUT) — 3:43.58
5. Marco De Tullio (ITA) — 3:44.14
6. Kim Woomin (KOR) — 3:45.64
7. Kieran Smith (USA) — 3:46.43
8. Trey Freeman (USA) — 3:46.53

Men’s 800m Freestyle
Gold: Bobby Finke (USA) — 7:39.36
Silver: Florian Wellbrock (GER) — 7:39.63
Bronze: Mykhailo Romanchuk (UKR) — 7:40.05
4. Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA) — 7:41.19
5. Guilherme Costa (BRA) — 7:45.48
6. Gabriele Detti (ITA) — 7:47.75
7. Damien Joly (FRA) — 7:48.10
8. Daniel Wiffen (IRL) — 7:50.63

Men’s 1500m Freestyle
Gold: Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA) — 14:32.80
Silver: Bobby Finke (USA) — 14:36.70
Bronze: Florian Wellbrock (GER) — 14:36.94
4. Lukas Martens (GER) — 14:40.89
5. Mykhailo Romanchuk (UKR) — 14:40.98
6. Guilherme Costa (BRA) — 14:48.53
7. Daniel Jervis (GBR) — 14:48.86
8. Damien Joly (FRA) — 15:09.15

Men’s 50m Backstroke
Gold: Justin Ress (USA) — 24.12
Silver: Hunter Armstrong (USA) — 24.14

Bronze: Ksawery Masiuk (POL) — 24.49
4. Thomas Ceccon (ITA) — 24.51
5. Apostolos Christou (GRE) — 24.57
5. Robert Glina (ROU) — 24.57
7. Ole Braunschweig (GER) — 24.66
8. Isaac Cooper (AUS) — 24.76

Men’s 100m Backstroke
Gold: Thomas Ceccon (ITA) — 51.60 WR
Silver: Ryan Murphy (USA) — 51.97
Bronze: Hunter Armstrong (USA) — 51.98
4. Yohann Ndoye-Brouard (FRA) — 52.50
5. Apostolos Christou (GRE) — 52.57
6. Ksawery Masiuk (POL) — 52.75
7. Ryosuke Irie (JPN) — 52.83
8. Robert Glinta (ROU) — 53.63

Men’s 200m Backstroke
Gold: Ryan Murphy (USA) — 1:54.52
Silver: Luke Greenbank (GBR) — 1:55.16
Bronze: Shaine Casas (USA) — 1:55.35
4. Brodie Williams (GBR) — 1:56.16
5. Mewen Tomac (FRA) — 1:56.35
6. Adam Telegdy (HUN) — 1:56.91
7. Roman Mityukov (SUI) — 1:57.45
8. Benedek Kovacs (HUN) — 1:58.52

Men’s 50m Breaststroke
Gold: Nic Fink — 26.45
Silver: Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA) — 26.48
Bronze: Michael Andrew (USA) — 26.72
4. Bernhard Reitshammer (AUT) — 26.94
5. Simone Cerasuolo (ITA) — 26.98
6. Lucas Matzerath (GER) — 27.10
7. Yan Zibei (CHN) — 27.18
8. Felipe Franca Silva (BRA) — 27.42

Men’s 100m Breaststroke
Gold: Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA) — 58.26
Silver: Arno Kamminga (NED) — 58.62
Bronze: Nic Fink (USA) — 58.65
4. James Wilby (GBR) — 58.93
5. Yan Zibei (CHN) — 59.22
6. Lucas Matzerath (GER) — 59.50
7. Zac Stubblety-Cook (AUS) — 59.65
8. Andrius Sidlauskas (LTU) — 59.80

Men’s 200m Breaststroke
Gold: Zac Stubblety-Cook (AUS) — 2:07.07
Silver: Yu Hanaguruma (JPN) — 2:08.38
Silver: Erik Persson (SWE) — 2:08.38
4. Ryuya Mura (JPN) — 2:08.86
5. Nic Fink (USA) — 2:09.05
6. Anton McKee (ISL) — 2:09.37
7. Caspar Corbeau (NED) — 2:09.62
8. Matti Mattsson (FIN) — 2:09.65

Men’s 50m Butterfly
Gold: Caeleb Dressel (USA) — 22.57
Silver: Nicholas Santos (BRA) — 22.78
Bronze: Michael Andrew (USA) — 22.79
4. Dylan Carter (TTO) — 22.85
5. Thomas Ceccon (ITA) — 22.86
6. Szebasztian Szabo (HUN) — 23.01
7. Ben Proud (GBR) — 23.08
8. Tzen Wei Teong (SGP) — 23.29

Men’s 100m Butterfly
Gold: Kristof Milak (HUN) — 50.14
Silver: Naoki Mizunuma (JPN) — 50.94
Bronze: Josh Liendo (CAN) — 50.97
4. Michael Andrew (USA) — 51.11
5. Matthew Temple (AUS) — 51.15
6. Simon Bucher (AUT) — 51.28
7. Jakub Majerski (POL) — 51.35
8. Noe Ponti (SUI) — 51.51

Men’s 200m Butterfly
Gold: Kristof Milak (HUN) — 1:50.34
Silver: Leon Marchand (FRA) — 1:53.37
Bronze: Tomoru Honda (JPN) — 1:53.61
4. Noe Ponti (SUI) — 1:54.29
5. Luca Urlando (USA) — 1:54.92
6. Tamas Kenderesi (HUN) — 1:55.20
7. Alberto Razzetti (ITA) — 1:55.52
8. James Guy (GBR) — 1:55.54

Men’s 200m Individual Medley
Gold: Leon Marchand (FRA) — 1:55.22
Silver: Carson Foster (USA) — 1:55.71
Bronze: Daiya Seto (JPN) — 1:56.22
4. Chase Kalisz (USA) — 1:56.43
5. Tom Dean (GBR) — 1:56.77
6. Hubet Kos (HUN) — 1:57.26
7. Lewis Clareburt (NZL) — 1:58.11
. Matthew Sates (RSA) — 1:58.27

Men’s 400m Individual Medley
Gold: Leon Marchand (FRA) — 4:04.28
Silver: Carson Foster (USA) — 4:06.56
Bronze: Chase Kalisz (USA) — 4:07.47
4. Lewis Clareburt (NZL) — 4:10.98
5. Brendon Smith (AUS) — 4:11.36
6. Daiya Seto (JPN) — 4:11.93
7. Tomoru Honda (JPN) — 4:12.20
8. Balazs Hollo (HUN) — 4:15.17

Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay
Gold: USA — 3:09.34
Silver: Australia — 3:10.80
Bronze: Italy — 3:10.95
4. Great Britain — 3:11.14
5. Hungary — 3:11.24
6. Canada — 3:11.99
7. Brazil — 3:12.21
8. Serbia — 3:13.83

Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay
Gold: U.S. — 7:00.24
Silver: Australia — 7:03.50
Bronze: Great Britain — 7:04.00
4. Brazil — 7:04.69
5. Hungary — 7:06.27
6. South Korea — 7:06.93
7. France — 7:08.78
8. China — 7:10.93

Men’s 4x100m Medley Relay
Gold: Italy — 3:27.51
Silver: USA — 3:27.79
Bronze: Great Britain — 3:31.31
4. Australia — 3:31.81
5. France — 3:32.37
6. Germany — 3:32.63
7. Austria — 3:32.80
8. China — 3:34.62

Women’s 50m Freestyle
Gold: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) — 23.98
Silver: Katarzyna Wasick (POL) — 24.18
Bronze: Meg Harris (AUS) — 24.38
Bronze: Erika Brown (USA) — 24.38
5. Zhang Yufei (CHN) — 24.57
6. Torri Huske (USA) — 24.64
7. Anna Hopkin (GBR) — 24.71
8. Julie Jensen (DEN) — 24.96

Women’s 100m Freestyle
Gold: Mollie O’Callaghan (AUS) — 52.67
Silver: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) — 52.80
Bronze: Torri Huske (USA) — 52.92
4. Penny Oleksiak (CAN) — 52.98
5. Cheng Yujie (CHN) — 53.58
6. Kayla Sanchez (CAN) — 53.59
7. Marie Wattel (FRA) — 53.60
8. Claire Curzan (USA) — 53.81

Women’s 200m Freestyle
Gold: Yang Junxuan (CHN) — 1:54.92
Silver: Mollie O’Callaghan (AUS) — 1:55.22
Bronze: Tang Muhan (CHN) — 1:56.25
4. Freya Anderson (GBR) — 1:56.61
5. Maddie Wilson (AUS) — 1:56.85
6. Charlotte Bonnet (FRA) — 1:57.24
6. Taylor Ruck (CAN) — 1:57.24
8. Isabel Gose (GER) — 1:57.38

Women’s 400m Freestyle
Gold: Katie Ledecky (USA) — 3:58.15
Silver: Summer McIntosh (CAN) — 3:59.39
Bronze: Leah Smith (USA) — 4:02.08
4. Lani Pallister (AUS) — 4:02.16
5. Isabel Gose (GER) — 4:03.47
6. Erika Fairweather — 4:04.73
7. Kiah Melverton (AUS) — 4:05.62
8. Tang Muhan (CHN) — 4:10.70

Women’s 800m Freestyle
Gold: Katie Ledecky (USA) — 8:08.04
Silver: Kiah Melverton (AUS) — 8:18.77
Bronze: Simona Quadarella (ITA) — 8:19.00
4. Leah Smith (USA) — 8:20.04
5. Li Bingjie (CHN) — 8:23.15
6. Isabel Gose (GER) — 8:23.78
7. Eve Thomas (NZL) — 8:30.37
8. Viviane Jungblut (BRA) — 8:37.04

Women’s 1500m Freestyle
Gold: Katie Ledecky (USA) –15:30.15
Silver: Katie Grimes (USA) — 15:44.89
Bronze: Lani Pallister (AUS) — 15:48.96
4. Moesha Johnson (AUS) — 15:55.75
5. Simona Quadarella (ITA) — 16:03.84
6. Beatriz Dizotti (BRA) — 16:05.25
7. Viviane Jungblut (BRA) — 16:13.89
8. Kristel Kobrich (CHI) — 16:20.24

Women’s 50m Backstroke
Gold: Kylie Masse (CAN) — 27.31
Silver: Katharine Berkoff (USA) — 27.39
Bronze: Analia Pigree (FRA) — 27.40
4. Ingrid Wilm (CAN) — 27.43
5. Regan Smith (USA) — 27.47
5. Kaylee McKeown (AUS) — 27.47
7. Medi Harris (GBR) — 27.72
8. Kira Toussaint (NED) — 27.80

Women’s 100m Backstroke
Gold: Regan Smith (USA) — 58.22
Silver: Kylie Masse (CAN) — 58.40
Bronze: Claire Curzan (USA) — 58.67
4. Wan Letian (CHN) — 59.77
5. Emma Terebo (FRA) — 59.98
6. Kira Toussaint (NED) — 59.99
7. Peng Xuwei (CHN) — 1:00.01
7. Medi Eira Harris (GBR) — 1:00.01

Women’s 200m Backstroke
Gold: Kaylee McKeown (AUS) — 2:05.08
Silver: Phoebe Bacon (USA) — 2:05.12
Bronze: Rhyan White (USA) — 2:06.96
4. Margherita Panziera (ITA) — 2:07.27
5. Kylie Masse (CAN) — 2:08.00
6. Peng Xuwei (CHN) — 2:09.13
7. Dora Molnar (HUN) — 2:10.08
8. Katalin Burian (HUN) — 2:10.37

Women’s 50m Breaststroke
Gold: Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) — 29.70
Silver: Benedetta Pilato (ITA) — 29.80
Bronze: Lara van Niekerk (RSA) — 29.90
4. Tang Qianting (CHN) — 30.21
5. Anna Elendt (GER) — 30.22
6. Eneli Jefimova (EST) — 30.25
7. Lilly King (USA) — 30.40
8. Jhennifer Conceicao (BRA) — 30.45

Women’s 100m Breaststroke
Gold: Benedetta Pilato (ITA) — 1:05.93
Silver: Anna Elendt (GER) — 1:05.98
Bronze: Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) — 1:06.02
4. Lilly King (USA) — 1:06.07
5. Reona Aoki (JPN) — 1:06.38
6. Sophie Hansson (SWE) — 1:06.39
7. Tang Qianting (CHN) — 1:06.41
8. Molly Renshaw (GBR) — 1:06.60

Women’s 200m Breaststroke
Gold: Lilly King (USA) — 2:22.41
Silver: Jenna Strauch (AUS) — 2:23.04
Bronze: Kate Douglass (USA) — 2:23.20
4. Kelsey Wog (CAN) — 2:23.86
5. Kotryna Teterevkova (LTU) — 2:23.90
6. Molly Renshaw (GBR) — 2:23.92
7. Francesca Fangio (ITA) — 2:25.08
8. Abbie Wood (GBR) — 2:26.19

Women’s 50m Butterfly
Gold: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) — 24.95
Silver: Melanie Henique (FRA) — 25.31
Bronze: Zhang Yufei (CHN) — 25.32
4. Farida Osman (EGY) — 25.38
5. Claire Curzan (USA) — 25.43
6. Torri Huske (USA) — 25.45
7. Marie Wattel (FRA) — 25.79
8. Maaike De Waard (NED) — 25.85

Women’s 100m Butterfly
Gold: Torri Huske (USA) — 55.64
Silver: Marie Wattel (FRA) — 56.14
Bronze: Zhang Yufei (CHN) — 56.41
4. Louise Hansson (SWE) — 56.48
5. Claire Curzan (USA) — 56.74
6. Brianna Throssel (AUS) — 56.98
7. Farida Osman (EGY) — 57.66
8. Lana Pudar (BIH) — 58.44

Women’s 200m Butterfly
Gold: Summer McIntosh (CAN) — 2:05.20
Silver: Hali Flickinger (USA) — 2:06.08
Bronze: Zhang Yufei (CHN) — 2:06.32
4. Regan Smith (USA) — 2:06.79
5. Elizabeth Dekkers (AUS) — 2:07.01
6. Lana Pudar (BIH) — 2:07.85
7. Helena Bach (DEN) — 2:08.12
7. Boglarka Kapas (HUN) — 2:08.12

Women’s 200m Individual Medley
Gold: Alex Walsh (USA) — 2:07.13
Silver: Kaylee McKeown (AUS) — 2:08.57
Bronze: Leah Hayes (USA) — 2:08.91
4. Rika Omoto (JPN) — 2:10.01
5. Anastasia Gorbenko (ISR) — 2:11.02
6. Kim Seoyeong (KOR) — 2:11.30
7. Katinka Hosszu (HUN) — 2:11.37
8. Mary-Sophie Harvey (CAN) — 2:12.77

Women’s 400m Individual Medley
Gold: Summer McIntosh (CAN) — 4:32.04
Silver: Katie Grimes (USA) — 4:32.67
Bronze: Emma Weyant (USA) — 4:36.00
4. Katinka Hosszu (HUN) — 4:37.89
5. Yui Ohashi (JPN) — 4:37.99
6. Ge Chutong (CHN) — 4:38.37
7. Jenna Forrester (AUS) — 4:42.39
8. Ageha Tanigawa (JPN) — 4:44.28

Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay
Gold: Australia — 3:30.95
Silver: Canada — 3:32.15
Bronze: USA — 3:32.58
4. China — 3:35.25
5. Great Britain — 3:35.43
6. Brazil — 3:38.10
7. Netherlands – 3:38.18
8. Hungary — 3:38.20

Women’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay
Gold: U.S. — 7:41.45
Silver: Australia — 7:43.86
Bronze: Canada — 7:44.76
4. China — 7:45.72
5. Hungary — 7:57.90
6. Brazil — 7:58.38
7. New Zealand — 7:59.08
8. Japan — 8:00.03

Women’s 4x100m Medley Relay
Gold: USA — 3:53.78
Silver: Australia — 3:54.25
Bronze: Canada — 3:55.01
4. Sweden — 3:55.96
5. Netherlands — 3:57.24
6. China — 3:57.73
7. Italy — 3:58.86
8. France — 3:59.94

Mixed 4x100m Freestyle Relay
Gold: Australia — 3:19.38 WR
Silver: Canada — 3:20.61
Bronze: U.S. — 3:21.09
4. Great Britain — 3:22.44
5. Netherlands — 3:24.24
6. Brazil — 3:24.78
7. Italy — 3:25.83
8. China — 3:26.92

Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay
Gold: U.S. — 3:38.79
Silver: Australia — 3:41.34
Bronze: Netherlands — 3:41.54
4. Great Britain — 3:41.65
5. Italy — 3:41.67
6. China — 3:43.55
7. Japan — 3:45.28
8. Germany — 3:46.64

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Aleksander Aamodt Kilde wins Beaver Creek downhill

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BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — Norway’s Aleksander Aamodt Kilde won his second straight World Cup downhill race to start the season, despite feeling under the weather.

Although dealing with an illness all week in training, Kilde powered through the challenging Birds of Prey course Saturday in a time of 1 minute, 42.09 seconds. It was enough to hold off Marco Odermatt of Switzerland by 0.06 seconds. James Crawford of Canada was third to earn his second career World Cup podium finish.

Kilde also won the opening downhill last weekend in Lake Louise, Alberta.

“It’s been a tough week,” Kilde said after the race. “I caught the flu in Lake Louise after a very, very nice weekend. It really hit me hard. Then I got a couple of days to rest and take it easy. … I felt OK. Still feeling it a little bit in my system.”

The Beaver Creek crew members had the course in solid shape a day after a downhill race was canceled due to high wind and snowfall.

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Kilde reached speeds around 75 mph in picking up his eighth World Cup downhill victory. That tied him with Kjetil Jansrud for the third-most downhill wins in the World Cup discipline among Norwegian men. The total trails only Aksel Lund Svindal (14) and Lasse Kjus (10).

“I found a really, really good set-up with my equipment and also with my skiing,” Kilde explained. “I believe in myself. I trust in myself. I have a good game plan. When I stand on the start, I don’t dwell on anything. I know that this plan is what I do and when I do that it’s going to be fast.”

Odermatt has been on the podium in all four World Cup races this season as he tries to defend his overall World Cup title. The 25-year-old finished third in the opening downhill of the season last weekend. He’s also won a giant slalom race and a super-G.

Ryan Cochran-Siegle wound up in seventh place for the top American finish. He was ninth in the downhill in Lake Louise.

“It’s been solid,” Cochran-Siegle said of his strides in the discipline. “A couple of little things here and there that pushed me off that top three. You have to ski with a lot of intensity and ski without abandon, in a sense. Today was a good step.”

Switzerland’s Beat Feuz, who won the Olympic downhill gold medal at the Beijing Games last February, tied for ninth.

The Beaver Creek stop on the circuit comes to a close Sunday with a super-G race. Odermatt will be the favorite after holding off Kilde in the opening super-G last weekend.

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Summer McIntosh, Canadian teen swimmer, caps record year with another historic time

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Summer McIntosh swam the fourth-fastest 400m individual medley in history on Friday, capping a year that already included world titles, Commonwealth Games titles and a victory over Katie Ledecky.

McIntosh, a 16-year-old Canadian whose mom swam at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, won the 400m IM in 4 minutes, 28.61 seconds at the U.S. Open in Greensboro, N.C. She prevailed by a Ledecky-like 13.24 seconds, breaking her own national record that was previously the fourth-fastest time in history.

“It’s still pretty early in the season, so I didn’t really know what to expect going into it,” she said on Peacock.

The only two women who ever went faster in the event known as the decathlon of swimming are Olympic gold medalists: Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu (world record 4:26.36 and 4:28.58) and China’s Ye Shiwen (4:28.43).

McIntosh has come a long way in a short time. Three years ago, she put all her eggs in the 1500m freestyle basket, thinking it was her best shot to merely qualify for the Tokyo Games in 2020. The one-year Olympic postponement was a blessing.

The rapidly improving McIntosh swam three individual events in Tokyo with a top finish of fourth in the 400m free, just missing becoming the youngest swimming medalist since 1996. She then told her coach she wanted to become an IMer.

At this past June’s world championships, McIntosh won two of the most grueling events — 400m IM and 200m butterfly — to become the youngest individual world champion since 2011. She also took silver to Ledecky in the 400m free, an event in which she later beat Ledecky in a short-course meet (25-meter pool rather than the 50-meter pool used for the Olympics).

A month after worlds, McIntosh swept the IMs at the Commonwealth Games, where she broke more world junior records and again took second in the 400m free (this time to Olympic champ and world record holder Ariarne Titmus of Australia).

McIntosh, who turned professional last year, now trains full-time in Sarasota, Florida, where she rents a house with her mom, Jill Horstead, who was ninth in the 200m fly at the 1984 Olympics (McIntosh, whose passions include the Kardashians and plants from Target, has seen video of her mom winning the B final at those Games). They’re a three-hour drive down Interstate 75 from Ledecky’s base in Gainesville.

Also Friday, Erin Gemmell celebrated her 18th birthday by nearly becoming the first American to beat Ledecky in a 200m freestyle in nearly nine years. Ledecky won by 42 hundredths of a second in 1:56.74 and said she had an off-day while also praising Gemmell, the daughter of her former coach.

NBC airs U.S. Open highlights on Dec. 10 at 4:30 p.m. ET.

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