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Jack Burnell, 2016 Olympic marathon swimmer from Loughborough, Great Britain competing at the FINA World Championships

noun - The FINA World Swimming Championships (or the FINA World Championships or World Aquatics Championships) are the annual world championships for aquatics sports governed by FINA: pool swimming, diving, open water swimming, synchronized swimming, and water polo. It includes 4 open water swimming races: 5 km solo, 5 km team pursuit, 10 km solo, and 25 km solo marathon swim.

History

The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

History

31 August - 9 September 1973: I FINA World Championships in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
July 19 - 27 1975: II FINA World Championships in Cali, Colombia
August 20 - 28 1978: III FINA World Championships in West Berlin, West Germany
July 29 - August 8 1982: IV FINA World Championships in Guayaquil, Ecuador
August 13 - 23 1986: V FINA World Championships in Madrid, Spain
January 3 - 13 1991: VI FINA World Championships in Perth, Australia
September 1 - 11 1994: VII FINA World Championships in Rome, Italy
January 8 - 17 1998: VIII FINA World Championships in Perth, Western Australia
July 16 - 29 2001: IX FINA World Championships in Fukuoka, Fukuoka
July 12 - 27 2003: X FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain
July 16 - 31 2005: XI FINA World Championships in Montreal, Canada
March 18 - April 1 2007: XII FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia
July 17 - August 2 2009: XIII FINA World Championships in Rome, Italy
July 16 - 31 2011: XIV FINA World Championships in Shanghai, China
July 19 - August 4 2013: XV FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain
July 12 - 28 2015: XVI FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia
July 12 - 28 2017: XVII FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary

2011 World Swimming Championships

2017 World Swimming Championships



1991 FINA World Championship 25 km Race Results - Female

Held in Swan River in Perth, Australia
1 Shelley Taylor-Smith 5:21:06
2 Martha Jahn 5:25:17
3 Karen Burton Reeder 5:28:23
4 Rita Kovacs 5:31:33
5 Elana Resch 5:39:47
6 Tammy Van Wisse 5:42:53
7 Corinne Liedtke 5:48:58
8 Lenka Pacáková 5:57:35
9 Rita Lazar 6:00:22
10 Jolanda Palmentieri 6:21:17
11 Bridget Young 6:25:03
12 Anita Sood 6:26:56
13 Diana Simonović 6:28:21
14 Christiane Fanzeres 6:28:44
15 Carole Hunt 6:31:20
16 Marcia Marques 6:36:10
17 Katarina Mioč 6:40:15
18 Muna Towe 6:46:09
19 Daria Amaged 7:23:02

1991 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results - Male

Held in Swan River in Perth, Australia.
1 Chad Hundeby 5:01:46
2 Sergio Chariandini 5:03:19
3 David O'Brien 5:08:53
4 Nace Majcen 5:13:08
5 Jay Wilkerson 5:15:20
6 Roberto Faccinetti 5:16:14
7 Christof Wandratsch 5:18:44
8 Peter Galvin 5:19:28
9 Dragan Kurgic 5:20:32
10 Greg Streppel 5:22:52
11 Martijn van Heusden 5:24:07
12 Attila Molnar 5:26:21
13 Justin Palfrey 5:29:40
14 Michal Sanda 5:31:35
15 Jaime Gavaid 5:33:03
16 Mauricio Buczmiejuk 5:33:13
17 Dusan Toth Szabo 5:38:17
18 Marc Newman 5:40:46
19 Erik van Dartel 5:41:31
20 Michal Spacek 5:46:53
21 Ricardo Sperti 5:58:54
22 Jordi Cervera 6:02:31
23 Mohammed Abdel 6:04:07
24 Nazr Hasabala 6:06:48
25 Karim Madsen 6:42:30
26 Taranath Narayan Shenoy 7:26:41

1991 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results - Team

1 USA 15:42:21.95
2 Australia 15:49:26.87
3 Hungary 16:36:10.09
4 Yugoslavia 17:02:00.88
5 Czechoslovakia 17:16:03.57
6 Great Britain 17:35:28.22
7 Brazil 18:00:51.64
8 Egypt 18:57:04.40

1998 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results - Female

1 Toby Smith 5:31:20.10
2 Peggy Buchse 5:32:19.20
3 Edith van Dijk 5:38:06.90
4 Tracey Knowles 5:40:20.00
5 Valeria Casprini 5:43:35.40
6 Etta van der Weijden 5:44:37.50
7 Britta Kamrau-Corestein 5:47:24.10
8 Gaia Naldini 5:49:04.60
9 Annette Andermatt 5:51:53.70
10 Karen Burton 5:56:40.20
11 Angela Collett 6:05:16.80
12 Melissa Cunningham 6:07:14.40
13 Masa Jamnik 6:08:31.90
14 Radka Nechmacova 6:09:53.20
15 Attilia Figini 6:11:55.10
16 Celina Endo 6:15:44.40
17 Edit Kasparik 6:26:27.10

1998 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results - Male

1 Alexey Akatyev 5:05:42
2 David Meca Medina 5:07:23
3 Gabriel Chaillou 5:07:53
4 Claudio Gargaro 5:09:48
5 Yuri Kudinov 5:12:07
6 Stéphane Lecat 5:14:16
7 Grant Robinson 5:14:40
8 Fabrizio Pescatori 5:16:55
9 Igor Majcen 5:17:09
10 Nicolas Knap 5:22:35
11 Mark Saliba 5:27:54
12 Andre Wilde 5:31:39
13 Nathan Stooke 5:32:21
14 Nace Majcen 5:33:52
15 Liam Weseloh 5:34:53
16 Simon Chocron 5:38:43
17 Chuck Wiley 5:42:32
18 Paulo Torres 5:45:05
19 Alberto Morejon 5:46:11
20 Ryan Coom 5:48:03
21 Serghei Mariniuc 5:52:29
22 Trpimir Kutle 5:54:18
23 Robert Dinka 5:57:26
24 Gareth Fowler 6:05:11
25 Takashi Sugisawa 6:12:37
26 Ákos Győrffy 6:25:55

1998 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results - Team

1 USA 15:42:21.95
2 Australia 15:49:26.87
3 Hungary 16:36:10.09
4 Yugoslavia 17:02:00.88
5 Czechoslovakia 17:16:03.57
6 Great Britain 17:35:28.22
7 Brazil 18:00:51.64
8 Egypt 18:57:04.40

2011 FINA World Championships 25 km Women's Race Results

1. Ana Marcela Cunha, Brazil 5:29:22.9
2. Angela Maurer, Germany 5:29:25.0
3. Alice Franco, Italy 5:29:30.8
4. Olga Beresnyeva, Ukraine 5:29:35.6
5. Martina Grimaldi, Italy 5:29:36.2
6. Anna Uvarova, Russia 5:29:38.9
7. Celia Barrot, France 5:29:40.8
8. Margarita Dominguez Cabezas, Spain 5:29:42.0
9. Silvie Rybarova, Czech Republic 5:29:51.3
10. Cecilia Biagioli, Argentina 5:29:58.7
11. Maria Bulakhova, Russia 5:34:21.2
12. Karla Šitić, Croatia 5:37:49.8
13. Esther Nunez Morera, Spain 5:38:09.6
14. Tash Harrison, Australia 5:53:35.4
15. Cao Shiyue, China 5:54:21.9
16. Sun Minjie, China 5:55:16.3
17. Nika Kozamernik, Slovenia 6:00:43.8
DNF Jana Pechanová, Czech Republic
DNF Zaira Edith Cardenas Hernandez, Mexico
DNF Antje Mahn, Germany
DNF Claire Thompson, USA
DNS Linsy Heister, Netherlands
DNS Haley Anderson, USA

2011 FINA World Championships 25 km Men's Race Results

1. Petar Stoychev, Bulgaria 5:10:39.8
2. Vladimir Dyatchin, Russia 5:11:15.6
3. Csaba Gercsák, Hungary 5:11:18.1
4. Francisco Jose Hervas Jodar, Spain 5:11:20.4
5. Trent Grimsey, Australia 5:11:28.2
6. Allan do Carmo, Brazil 5:11:32.2
7. Vasily Boykov, Russia 5:11:36.3
8. Joanes Hedel, France 5:13:03.1
9. Yuri Kudinov, Kazakhstan 5:13:08.6
10. Libor Smolka, Czech Republic 5:13:20.1
11. Bertrand Venturi, France 5:13:26.9
12. Erwin Maldonado, Venezuela 5:14:03.5
13. Guillermo Bertola, Argentina 5:14:29.9
14. Simon Tobin, Canada 5:19:43.1
15. Xavier Desharnais, Canada 5:20:44.2
16. Samuel de Bona, Brazil 5:27:38.1
17. Han Lidu, China 5:32:02.1
18. Gabriel Villagoiz, Argentina 5:37:25.9
19. Weng Jingwei, China 5:47:16.0
DNF Josip Soldo, Croatia
DNF Valerio Cleri, Italy
DNF Rok Kerin, Slovenia
DNF Tomislav Soldo, Croatia
DNF Rostislav Vítek, Czech Republic
DNF Gergely Kutasi, Hungary
DNF Angel Moreira, Venezuela
DNF Codie Grimsey, Australia
DNF Edoardo Stochino, Italy
DNF Benjamin Konschak, Germany
DNS Tom Vangeneugden, Belgium
DNS Islam Mohsen, Egypt
DNS Alex Meyer, USA
DNS Brian Ryckeman, Belgium
DNS Mazen Mohamed Aziz, Egypt
DNS Thomas Lurz, Germany

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