100 meter freestyle long course (50 meters) world records: Men: Pieter van den Hoogenband - 47.84 seconds
Women: Libby Lenton - 52.99 seconds
100 meter freestyle short course (25 meters) world records: Men: Stefan Nystrand - 45.83 seconds
Women: Libby Lenton - 51.70 seconds
Cesar Cielo holds the world record in Men's Long Course 100m Freestyle with a time of 46.91 seconds. Amaury Leveaux holds the Short Course record with a time of 44.94 seconds.
There is currently no recognized world record for the 1500m Breaststroke. A Postal Swim Meet is being run by Warrenton Masters and Sanctioned by United States Masters Swimming that includes the 1500m Breaststoke. Records are being kept. Swimmers can complete their swims at swim meets (during freestyle events) or on their own with a witness and submit times. Extrapolation of 50m, 100m and 200m mens' long-course breaststroke records based on the curve for freestyle gives a time of just over 18 minutes.
Paul Biedermann 1:42.00 in Rome, Italy on July 28, 2009.
The Olympic 400m men freestyle record is 3:40.59 by Ian Thrope.
saul mendozer of Mexico won the mens 1500m wheelchair race in a record time of 3 minites and 6.75 seconds the event was held on the 28th September in the Olympic stadium of sydney.
Bernard Lagat at 3:29.40 in 2005. He is a naturalised American originally from Kenya.
Well, 15/18 boys on my swim team can do it in under 55 seconds, think the record is 46.ish. In yards!
No. Danyon Loader of New Zealand won gold with a time of 1:47.63 and the World Record was 1:46.69 by Giorgio Lamberti of Italy set in 1989.
I'm not sure, but I live in Atlanta and the 9-10 Championship Record was like either 13, or 14 seconds, so the world record for 18 ups should be MUCH lower, probably like 6 or something.
34 events, 102 Event Medals, 34 golds, 34 silver, 34 Bronze However total medals will differ as each person in the relays gets their own medals, and also if a competitor competes in the heats but not the finals they will also get medal. Events are: 50m Freestyle men & woman 100m Backstroke, breaststoke, Butterfly & Freestyle mens & womans 200m Backstroke, breaststroke, Butterfly & freestyle mens & womans 200m Individual medley men & woman 400m Freestyle mens & womans 400m Individual medley men & woman 4x100m Freestyle men & woman 4x100m Medley men & woman 4x200m Freestyle men & women 800m Freestyle woman 1500m Freestyle men 10km Marathon men & woman
The first time the mens long course world record for 1,500m was under 17 minutes was by Roy Saari (USA) in September 1964 when he swamm 16:58.7
14:34.56 set by Grant Hackett, of Australia