Swimming: World Championships

Global Cup - Swimming: World Championships

2019

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 United States 761 18.8
2 Australia 491 12.1
3 Russia 429 10.6
4 Italy 291 7.2
5 China 275 6.8
6 Great Britain 271 6.7
7 Japan 234 5.8
8 Hungary 203 5.0
9 Canada 195 4.8
10 Brazil 148 3.6

2017

Top Positions Points % Chg
1 United States 931 23.0
2 China 343 8.5
3 Russia 315 7.8
4 Great Britain 309 7.6
5 Japan 307 7.6
6 Australia 282 6.9
7 Hungary 263 6.5
8 Brazil 196 4.8
9 italy 182 4.5
10 Canada 141 3.5

Per Capita Cup - Swimming: World Championships

2019

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Hungary 48271
2 Australia 50280
3 Sweden 108402
4 Norway 146605
5 Lithuania 156372
6 Canada 188160
7 Italy 207991
8 Great Britain 242691
9 New Zealand 268131
10 Jamaica 273089

2017

Top Positions People Per Point Chg
1 Hungary 37259
2 Australia 87699
3 Sweden 109580
4 Lithuania 127941
5 Denmark 192023
6 Norway 195473
7 Great Britain 212797
8 Belarus 215807
9 Netherlands 228853
10 Canada 260221
Brian Lochte of the USA

The 2011 World Aquatics Championships in Shanghai

The year 2011 has offered a rich bounty for Aquatic sports, with the World Aquatics Championships in Shanghai awarding big prizes in terms of medals and GSN points.
Federica Pellegrini of Italy

2009 World Aquatics Championships

Now that the pool waters are calm in Roma, it’s time to assess how the sporting nations performed in the 2009 FINA World Aquatics Championships.

2009: Swimming - Open Water 5km
Date Gender Country Position
2 Aug 2009 Men Greece 2
2 Aug 2009 Men South Africa 3
2 Aug 2009 Men Italy 4
2 Aug 2009 Men United States 5
2 Aug 2009 Men France 6
2 Aug 2009 Men United States 7
2 Aug 2009 Men Spain 8
2 Aug 2009 Women Australia 1
2 Aug 2009 Women Russia 2
2 Aug 2009 Women Brazil 3
2 Aug 2009 Women Spain 4
2 Aug 2009 Women Russia 5
2 Aug 2009 Women Chile 6
2 Aug 2009 Women Venezuela 7
2 Aug 2009 Women Australia 8