Swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's 100 metre freestyle

The women's 100 metre freestyle event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games was held on 8 and 9 April at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre.[1]

Women's 100 metre freestyle
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
VenueGold Coast Aquatic Centre
Dates8 April (heats, semifinals)
9 April (final)
Competitors34 from 22 nations
Winning time52.27


Prior to this competition, the existing world, Commonwealth and Games records were as follows:

World record Sarah Sjöström (SWE)51.71Budapest, Hungary23 July 2017
Commonwealth record Cate Campbell (AUS)52.06Brisbane, Australia2 July 2016
Games record Cate Campbell (AUS)52.68Glasgow, United Kingdom28 July 2014

The following records were established during the competition:

8 AprilSemifinalCate Campbell Australia52.64 GR
9 AprilFinalBronte Campbell Australia52.27 GR



The heats were held on 8 April from 10:58 to 11:08.[2]

154Cate Campbell Australia54.05Q
255Taylor Ruck Canada54.79Q
344Bronte Campbell Australia54.81Q
434Penny Oleksiak Canada54.88Q
553Kayla Sanchez Canada54.97Q
645Shayna Jack Australia55.00Q
735Freya Anderson England55.12Q
843Anna Hopkin England55.21Q
933Erin Gallagher South Africa55.36Q
1056Lucy Hope Scotland55.56Q
1146Jessica Jackson England55.85Q
1257Emma Chelius South Africa56.04Q
1332Carina Doyle New Zealand56.27Q
1442Laticia Transom New Zealand56.32Q
1537Georgia Marris New Zealand56.98Q
1652Ting Wen Quah Singapore57.46Q
1741Maria Brunlehner Kenya57.75
1825Gemma Atherley Jersey58.42
1947Kalia Antoniou Cyprus58.65
2048Lauren Hew Cayman Islands58.79
2131Lushavel Stickland Samoa59.01
2258Alison Jackson Cayman Islands59.54
2338Elodie Poo Cheong Mauritius59.69
2425Cheyenne Rova Fiji59.94
2526Tatiana Tostevin Guernsey1:00.31
2614Therese Soukup Seychelles1:00.92
2715Aaliyah Palestrini Seychelles1:01.15
2827Christina Linares Gibraltar1:01.29
2922Makaela Holowchak Antigua and Barbuda1:01.61
3021Vinoli Kaluarachchi Sri Lanka1:02.25
3123Bisma Khan Pakistan1:02.66
3228Jamila Sanmoogan Guyana1:03.39
3316Maayaa Ayawere Ghana1:04.71
3413Aliah Maginley Antigua and Barbuda1:06.20
36Kathryn Greenslade WalesDNS
51Danielle Hill Northern IrelandDNS


The semifinals were held on 8 April at 19:59 and 20:03.[3]

Semifinal 1

14Taylor Ruck Canada53.05Q
23Shayna Jack Australia53.58Q
35Penny Oleksiak Canada54.34Q
46Anna Hopkin England55.17Q
52Lucy Hope Scotland55.43
61Laticia Transom New Zealand56.26
77Emma Chelius South Africa56.40
88Ting Wen Quah Singapore57.51

Semifinal 2

14Cate Campbell Australia52.64Q, GR
25Bronte Campbell Australia53.46Q
33Kayla Sanchez Canada54.18Q
42Erin Gallagher South Africa54.38Q, AF
56Freya Anderson England55.28
67Jessica Jackson England55.84
71Carina Doyle New Zealand56.18
88Georgia Marris New Zealand56.48


The final was held on 9 April at 21:44.[4]

3Bronte Campbell Australia52.27GR
4Cate Campbell Australia52.69
5Taylor Ruck Canada53.08
46Shayna Jack Australia53.83
57Penny Oleksiak Canada53.85
61Erin Gallagher South Africa54.23AF
72Kayla Sanchez Canada54.30
88Anna Hopkin England55.03


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