Daria K. Ustinova

Daria K. Ustinova

Swimming

  • Junior World record holder in women’s 200 m backstroke.
  • Champion of the Russia and Europe.
  • Two-time bronze medalist of the World championship.

Daria Konstantinovna Ustinova
August 29, 1998 (Russia)
Swimmer 
Specialties: 100 m, 200 m backstroke
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Daria is a swimmer who competes internationally for Russia. She is a former Junior World record holder in women’s 200 m backstroke, participant of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, finalist of the Rio 2016 Olympics, champion of the Russia and Europe, two-time bronze medalist of the World championship. 

Her last victories are the women’s 4×100 m medley during the European Championships 2018 and the women’s 200 m backstroke – heat during the European Championships 2018.

She competes in 100 m backstroke, 100 m freestyle, 200 m backstroke, 200 m freestyle, 50 m backstroke, 50 m freestyle, 4×100 m freestyle, 4×100 m medley, 4×100 m medley mixed, 4x100m freestyle mixed, 4×200 m freestyle, 4×50 m freestyle mixed, 4×50 m medley and 4×50 m medley mixed.

ACHIEVEMENTS 

2019
FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Kazan (Russia):
Bronze – 200 m backstroke.

European Short Course Swimming Championships, Glasgow (Great Britain):
4th – 200 m backstroke.

Military World Games, Wuhan (China):
Silver – 200 m backstroke.
Silver – 4×100 m freestyle.
Silver – 4×100 m medley.
Silver – 4×200 m freestyle.

2018
European Championships, Glasgow (Great Britain):
GOLD – 4×100 m medley.
Silver – 200 m backstroke.

FINA World Swimming Championships 25 m, Hangzhou (China):
5th – 4×100 m medley.
6th – 200 m backstroke.

2017
World Championships, Budapest (Hungary)
4th – 4×200 m freestyle.
6th – 100 m backstroke.
7th – 200 m backstroke.

2016
Olympic Games in Rio (Brazil):
4th – 200 m backstroke.
7th – 4×200 m freestyle.

FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Chartres (France):
Silver – 4×50 m medley mixed.
Silver – 4×50 m freestyle mixed.

FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Berlin (Germany):
GOLD – 4×50 m medley mixed.
GOLD – 4×50 m freestyle mixed.

FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Moscow (Russia):
Bronze – 200 m freestyle.

FINA World Swimming Championships 25 m, Windsor (Canada):
Bronze – 4×200 m freestyle.

2015
World Championships, Kazan (Russia):
4th – 200 m backstroke.

FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Moscow (Russia):
GOLD – 200 m backstroke.
Bronze – 50 m backstroke.

FINA Swimming World Cup 25m, Chartres (France):
GOLD – 200 m backstroke.

European Short Course Swimming Championships, Netanya (Israel):
Silver – 200 m backstroke.
4th – 100 m backstroke.
4th – 4×50 m medley.

2014
European Junior Championships, Dordrecht (Netherlands):
GOLD – 50 m backstroke.
GOLD – 50 m freestyle.
GOLD – 100 m backstroke.
GOLD – 200 m backstroke.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley.
GOLD – 4×100 m freestyle.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley mixed.
GOLD – 4×200 m freestyle.
Silver – 100 m freestyle.

European Aquatics Championships, Berlin (Germany):
Bronze – 200 m backstroke.
7th – 100 m backstroke.
8th – 50 m backstroke.

2013 
European Junior Championships, Poznan (Poland):
GOLD – 50 m backstroke.
GOLD – 100 m backstroke.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley.
GOLD – 4×100 m freestyle.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley mixed.

World Championships, Barcelona (Spain):
Bronze – 4×100 m medley.
8th – 200 m backstroke.

World Junior Championships, Dubai (UAE):
GOLD – 100 m backstroke.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley mixed.
GOLD – 4×100 m freestyle.
GOLD – 4×100 m medley.
Silver – 50 m backstroke.
Bronze – 200 m backstroke.

European Short Course Swimming Championships, Herning (Denmark): 
4th – 100 m backstroke.
6th – 200 m backstroke.
8th – 50 m backstroke.