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List of Uruguayan records in swimming

 

List of Uruguayan records in swimming

This is a list of national swimming records for Uruguay. These are the fastest times ever swum by a Uruguayan swimmer, in each event.

These records are kept by the Uruguayan Swimming Federation: Federación Uruguaya de Natación (FUN).

The information below is based on a records report retrieved posted to the FUN website and dated: July 29, 2009 (LCM) and April 30, 2009.[1]

Contents

  • Records 1
    • Male 1.1
    • Female 1.2
  • Notes 2
  • External links 3

Records

Male

Event Long Course Meters (50m) Short Course Meters (25m)
  freestyle
50 free 22.81
Francisco Picasso (Uruguay)
March 6, 2008 / Austin, USA

  and
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
German Olympics Trials 2008
April 23, 2008 / Berlin, Germany
22.15
Francisco Picasso (Uruguay)
Mexican Short Course Championships 2007
December 17, 2007 / Tijuana, Mexico
100 free 49.70
Martín Kutscher (Uruguay)
2007 Pan American Games
July 19, 2007 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
48.70
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
German Short Course Championships 2008
November 28, 2008 / Essen, Germany
200 free 1:49.48
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
German Championships 2009
June 26, 2009 / Berlin, Germany
1:47.81
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
November 11, 2007 / Essen, Germany
400 free 3:54.36
Carlos Scanavino (Uruguay)
1988 Olympics
September 23, 1988 / Seoul, South Korea
3:54.62
Carlos Scanavino (CPR)
September 3, 1982 / CBR
800 free 8:14.49
Carlos Scanavino (Uruguay)
1987 Pan American Games
August 28, 1987 / Indianapolis, USA
8:12.25
Carlos Scanavino (CPR)
September 4, 1982 / CBR
1500 free 15:29.78
Carlos Scanavino (Uruguay)
1984 Olympics
August 3, 1984 / Los Angeles, USA
15:27.17
Carlos Scanavino (CPR)
September 5, 1982 / CBR
  backstroke  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 back 27.23
Diego Gallo (Uruguay)
2001 World Championships
July 24, 2001 / Fukuoka, Japan
26.23
Nicolas Francia (Uruguay)
2008 Short Course Worlds
April 11, 2008 / Manchester, UK
100 back 58.18
Diego Gallo (Uruguay)
2000 Olympics
September 17, 2000 / Sydney, Australia
56.57
Nicolas Francia (CBVB)
December 5, 2008 / Olimpia
200 back 2:07.26
Gonzalo De Leon (Berkeley Aquatic Club)
USA Junior Nationals 2007
August 7, 2007 / Indianapolis, USA
2:06.10
Nicolas Francia (CBVB)
November 2, 2007 / C.Comando
  breaststroke  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 breast 28.22
Martin Melconian (Uruguay)
2009 World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy
28.20
Martin Melconian (CBVB)
August 30, 2008 / CBVB
100 breast 1:03.77
Martin Melconian (Uruguay)
2009 World Championships
July 27, 2009 / Rome, Italy
1:02.32
Martin Melconian (CBVB)
August 30, 2008 / CBVB
200 breast 2:20.38
Gustavo Gorriaran (Uruguay)
1991 Pan American Games
August 16, 1991 / Havana, Cuba
2:18.85
Francisco Picasso (Uruguay)
2004 Short Course Worlds
October 9, 2004 / Indianapolis, USA
  butterfly  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 fly 24.58
Rodrigo Cáceres (CCM)
Chile Winter Nationals 2009
August 20, 2009 / Santiago, Chile
24.11
Rodrigo Cáceres (CCM)
August 28, 2009 / CBVB
100 fly 55.26
Javier Golovchenko (Uruguay)
1996 Olympics
July 24, 1996 / Atlanta, USA
54.23
Javier Golovchenko (CBVB)
December 22, 1996 / Santos, Brazil
200 fly 2:03.80
Joel Romenu (Uruguay)
2009 World Championships
July 28, 2009 / Rome, Italy
2:03.22
Javier Golovchenko (Uruguay)
December 21, 1996 / Santos, Brazil
  individual medley  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
100 IM   not swum 55.64
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
November 1, 2008 / Essen, Germany
200 IM 2:08.11
Martín Kutscher (Uruguay)
South American Swimming Championships 2008
March 14, 2008 / São Paulo, Brazil
2:03.97
Martín Kutscher (VFL)
November 18, 2007 / Essen, Germany
400 IM 4:49.64
Daniel Queipo (Uruguay)
2007 Pan American Games
July 17, 2007 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
4:29.25
Daniel Queipo (Uruguay)
2008 Short Course Worlds
April 10, 2008 / Manchester, UK
  relays  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
200 Free Relay 1:35.97
CBVB
 (N.Francia, M.Melconián, M.Levrero, G.Melconián)
September 6, 2009 / CBR
400 Free Relay 3:21.06
Uruguay
  (G.Melconian, P.Kutscher, M.Kutscher, F.Picasso)
2007 Pan American Games
July 17, 2007 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
3:28.54
CBVB
  (G.Melconián, N.Francia, M.Rementeria, M.Levrero)
October 28, 2006 / CBVB
800 Free Relay 7:50.02
Uruguay
 (D.Martinez, Goyenola, De Giobbi, C.Scanavino)
March 22, 1990 / Rosario
7:55.08
CBVB
  (F.Picasso, M.Rementeria, M.Levrero, A.Acevedo)
July 5, 2003 / CBR
200 Medley Relay 1:45.56
CBVB
  (N.Francia, M.Melconián, M.Levrero, G.Melconián)
September 6, 2009 / CBR
400 Medley Relay 3:50.00
Uruguay
 (N.Francia, M.Melconián, M.Kutscher, P.Kutscher
South American Swimming Championships 2008
March 15, 2008 / São Paulo, Brazil
3:51.80
CBVB
  (N.Francia, M.Melconián, M.Acosta, M.Levrero)
August 29, 2009 / CBVB

Female

Event Long Course Meters (50m) Short Course Meters (25m)
  freestyle
50 free 27.42
Elsa Pumar (CCM)
August 24, 2007 / Campus
26.78
Andrea Guerra (CCM)
August 14, 2009 / Solís
100 free 59.99
Valentina Sanchez (Uruguay)
South American Junior Championships 2009
March 29, 2009 / Mar del Plata, Argentina
58.83
Andrea Guerra (CCM)
August 16, 2009 / Solís
200 free 2:08.24
Andrea De León (Uruguay)
July 30, 2004 / New Jersey
2:09.46
Inés Remersaro (SBVB)
August 29, 2009 / CBVB
400 free 4:32.48
Andrea De León (Uruguay)
August 6, 2002 / Belen
4:34.14
Gloria Daners (CBR)
December 15, 1984 / CBR
800 free 9:25.81
Andrea De León (Uruguay)
July 26, 2002 / New Jersey
9:21.78
Gloria Daners (CBR)
March 4, 1985 / CBR
1500 free 17:39.52
Andrea De León (Uruguay)
July 26, 2002 / New Jersey
18:14.22
Adriana Islas (CN)
October 20, 1990 / AEBU
  backstroke  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 back 29.81
Serrana Fernández (Uruguay)
March 16, 2002 / Belen
28.54
Serrana Fernández (Uruguay)
April 6, 2002 / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
100 back 1:04.99
Serrana Fernández (Uruguay)
September 25, 2003 / Sante Fe
1:01.22
Serrana Fernández (CN)
December 20, 2001 / ERP
200 back 2:19.01
Inés Remersaro (Uruguay)
June 18, 2012 / Canet, France
2:18.93
Serrana Fernández (inserp)
December 23, 2001 / Santos
  breaststroke  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 breast 35.65
Marcia Duran (CCM)
November 3, 2006 / Campus
34.13
Erika Graf (CNPG)
July 9, 1993 / CBVB
100 breast 1:14.21
Erika Graf (Uruguay)
November 22, 1994 / Valencia
1:12.78
Erika Graf (Uruguay)
August 26, 1995 / Montevideo
200 breast 2:38.97
Erika Graf (Uruguay)
November 24, 1994 / Valencia
2:35.82
Erika Graf (CNPG)
July 12, 1993 / CBVB
  butterfly  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
50 fly 29.60
Antonella Scanavino (Uruguay)
Mexican Long Course Nationals 2008
July 16, 2008 / Monterrey, Mexico
28.73
Antonella Scanavino (CCM)
August 29, 2009 / CBVB
100 fly 1:03.37
Antonella Scanavino (Uruguay)
Mexican Long Course Nationals 2008
July 16, 2008 / Monterrey, Mexico
1:02.45
Antonella Scanavino (CCM)
August 15, 2009 / Solís
200 fly 2:21.17
Antonella Scanavino (Uruguay)
South American Junior Championships 2009
March 28, 2009 / Mar del Plata, Argentina
2:19.25
Antonella Scanavino (CCM)
August 29, 2009 / CBVB
  individual medley  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
200 IM 2:25.77
Antonella Scanavino (Uruguay)
South American Junior Championships 2009
March 27, 2009 / Mar del Plata, Argentina
2:24.95
Antonella Scanavino (CCM)
August 14, 2009 / Solís
400 IM 5:15.51
Andrea De León (NJB)
July 24, 2003 / NI
5:10.51
Adriana Islas (CN)
June 16, 1991 / AEBU
  relays  LCM (50m)  SCM (25m)
200 Free Relay 1:52.64
CCM
  (E.Pumar, L.Guttierez, A.Guerra, A.Scanavino)
September 1, 2007 / CBR
400 Free Relay 4:04.82
CCM
  (E.Pumar, V.Sanchez, A.Guerra, A.Scanavino)
November 3, 2007 / C.Comando
800 Free Relay 9:02.68
CCM
  (E.Pumar, V.Sanchez, A.Scanavino, A.Guerra)
November 3, 2007 / C.Comando
200 Medley Relay 2:04.37
CCM
  (M.Manginelli, A.Moreira, A.Scanavino, A.Guerra)
August 29, 2009 / CBVB
400 Medley Relay 4:36.32
CCM
  (M.Manginelli, A.Scanavino, A.Guerra, V.Sanchez)
August 30, 2009 / CBVB

Notes

  1. ^ FUN website: Swimming/Federal (level) subpage; retrieved 2009-12-31.

External links

  • Uruguayan Swimming Federation's website: www.fun.org.uy
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