Women's Team Free Routine

China

Only Russia (7) has won as many medals in this event at the FINA world Championships as China (5, G0-S4-B1). China finished runners-up in this event at each of the last three editions of the world aquatics championships.

China (G0-S4-B1) and Spain (G0-S3-B1) can both become the first country to complete the medal set in the team free routine event at the world aquatics championships.

Xiao Yanning (G0-S3-B0) can equal Huang Xuechen (G0-S3-B1) as Chinese athlete winning the most medals in this event at the world aquatics championships.


Other contenders

The team free routine will have a first time winner at the 2022 FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest. Russia has won all seven previous editions.

In 2007, silver medallist Spain recorded 98.500 points in this event, only half a point behind world champions Russia (99.000). This is the closest a team other than Russia came to winning the title in the team free routine.

Japan's best result in this event are bronze medals in 2007 and 2015. The Japanese women finished fourth in both 2017 and 2019.

Canada (G2-S1-B0) finished on the podium in the team free routine at three of the four 2022 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series events. Coming into Budapest 2022, Canada's last artistic swimming medal at the world aquatics championships came in 2011, when it won bronze in the free routine combination.

Coming into Budapest 2022, Kazakhstan has yet to win its first medal in artistic swimming at the world aquatics championships. Kazakhstan claimed a bronze and a silver medal respectively in the team free routine at the last two events of the 2022 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series.

Israel won the team free routine at the 2022 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final. Coming into Budapest 2022, Israel has never won a medal in any sport at the world aquatics championships.