What is a good breaststroke time?

What is an average breaststroke time?

In short- the average time to swim a mile breaststroke should be just over 50 minutes if you have some swimming experience and you swim at a comfortable pace. If you swim a mile breaststroke fast, it should take about 45 minutes or slightly less.

What is a good 50 breaststroke time?

For a 50, this would be 16.7 sec. The average 30 sec per 50 yards master swimmer hits the water at around 4.7 miles per hour (6.9 ft/sec.) (2.1 meters/sec.). For a 50, this would be 21.4 seconds.

What is the fastest time for breaststroke?

Adam Peaty has broken his own world record in the men’s 100 metre breaststroke at the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. Peaty, 24, smashed the previous record of 57.10 seconds he set at last year’s European Championships to win in 56.88.

What is the fastest 100 breaststroke time?

Long course

Time Name Date
57.55 Adam Peaty August 6, 2016
57.13 Adam Peaty August 7, 2016
57.10 Adam Peaty August 4, 2018
56.88 Adam Peaty July 21, 2019
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Is swimming a mile in 45 minutes good?

Based on the speed of Olympic swimmers, the fastest time for swimming one mile is around 16 minutes. With than in mind, an amateur swimming should expect to complete a mile in around 25-45 minutes.

How far can the average person swim in 30 minutes?

If you want to get in a good swim workout in about 30 minutes, you should be swimming at least 20 to 30 laps as a beginner, roughly 40 to 50 laps as an intermediate swimmer, and about 60 laps or more as an advanced swimmer.

What is a good 400 IM time?

The superstar scored two Olympic golds and two world champion titles in the 400m IM and currently holds the world record in 4:03.84 minutes.

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EVENT Women Men
400 IM – Finalists 21.8 22.8
400 IM – Medalists 22.9 23.7
50 Freestyle – Finalists 25.1 25.7

What is a good time for a 100 freestyle?

Swim times vary according to age and ability. In general, average lap swimmers in a 100 m pool comfortably complete a 100 m swim in two minutes. A swimmer who has an easy interval time of two minutes would consider a 100 m time of one minute 30 seconds very good.

Does Michael Phelps still hold any world records?

Phelps is the long course world record holder in the men’s 400-meter individual medley as well as the former long course world record holder in the 200-meter freestyle, 100-meter butterfly, 200-meter butterfly, and 200-meter individual medley.

Michael Phelps.

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Is Michael Phelps retired?

2016 comeback and final retirement

Following his heroics in Rio, Michael Phelps called it quits, for good this time. In the Olympic conference, he revealed the reason for his retirement in 2016.

Who is the best breaststroke swimmer?

Adam Peaty: My Rio Highlights

A few weeks later, that focus delivered him the current 100m breaststroke world record of 56.88. That also meant that he had become the first man to swim under 57 seconds, before anybody else had ever swam under 58 seconds.

How Fast Is Michael Phelps 100 free?

Personal Best Results

Event Time Competition
Men 100 Freestyle 47.77 FINA/Arena Swimming World Cup 2009
Men 200 Freestyle 01:42.78 FINA Swimming World Cup 2005-2006
Men 400 Freestyle 03:59.16 FINA Swimming World Cup 2000-2001
Men 800 Freestyle 08:06.70 FINA Swimming World Cup 2000-2001

What time is the 100m breaststroke final?

The men’s 100 metre breaststroke event at the 2020 Summer Olympics was held from 24 to 26 July 2021 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. It will be the event’s fourteenth consecutive appearance, having been held at every edition since 1968.


Date Time Round
26 July 11:12 Final

How old is Michael Phelps?

Michael Phelps is arguably the greatest Olympian of all time by sheer number of Olympic medals won. His 28 medals spanning five Games is unrivaled, and no other Olympic athlete comes close to his 23 gold medals. The 36-year-old Baltimore native is built for swimming.