|01 ! 50m freestyle||24.88||Metella, Malia Malia Metella||France||02009-06-2828 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|02 ! 100m freestyle||54.72||Metella, Malia Malia Metella||France||02009-06-2727 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|03 ! 200m freestyle||1:58.91||Castro Ortega, Patricia Patricia Castro Ortega||Spain||02009-06-3030 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|04 ! 400m freestyle||4:00.41||Pellegrini, Federica Federica Pellegrini||Italy||02009-06-2727 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|05 ! 800m freestyle||8:20.78||Filippi, Alessia Alessia Filippi||Italy||02009-06-3030 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|06 ! 50m backstroke||28.48||Jovanović, Sanja Sanja Jovanović||Croatia||21 June 2013||2013 Games||Turkey, Mersin ! Mersin, Turkey|
|07 ! 100m backstroke||1:01.72||Petradaki, Aspasia Aspasia Petradaki||Cyprus||02009-07-011 Jul 2009||2009 Pescara|
|08 ! 200m backstroke||2:08.03||Filippi, Alessia Alessia Filippi||Italy||02009-06-2828 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|09 ! 50m breaststroke||31.12||Chrystoforou, Anastasia Anastasia Chrystoforou||Cyprus||02009-07-011 Jul 2009||2009 Pescara|
|10 ! 100m breaststroke||1:08.47||Panara, Roberta Roberta Panara||Italy||02009-06-2727 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|11 ! 200m breaststroke||2:26.41||Dobral, Coralie Coralie Dobral||France||02009-06-2929 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|12 ! 50m butterfly||26.15||Osman, Farida Farida Osman||Egypt||24 June 2013||2013 Games||Turkey, Mersin ! Mersin, Turkey|
|13 ! 100m butterfly||58.63||Bianchi, Ilaria Ilaria Bianchi||Italy||22 June 2013||2013 Games||Turkey, Mersin ! Mersin, Turkey|
|14 ! 200m butterfly||2:06.89||Giacchetti, Caterina Caterina Giacchetti||Italy||02009-07-011 Jul 2009||2009 Pescara|
|15 ! 200m individual medley||2:10.36||Muffat, Camille Camille Muffat||France||02009-06-2727 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|16 ! 400m individual medley||4:39.48||Klinar, Anja Anja Klinar||Slovenia||02009-06-2929 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|17 ! 4×100m freestyle relay||3:40.63||Buratto ! Erica Buratto
|Italy||02009-06-2727 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|18 ! 4×200m freestyle relay||7:56.69||Zoccari ! Flavia Zoccari
|Italy||02009-06-3030 Jun 2009||2009 Pescara|
|19 ! 4×100m medley relay||4:04.57||De Nardi ! Valentina De Nardi
|Italy||02009-07-011 Jul 2009||2009 Pescara|
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