Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Vladimir Pyshnenko

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Nationality  Russia
Role  Freestyle swimmer
Sport  Swimming
Height  1.94 m

Club  CSKA, Rostov-na-Donh
Weight  89 kg
Name  Vladimir Pyshnenko
Strokes  Freestyle swimming
Vladimir Pyshnenko iswimmerrufotopyshnenkopyshnenkojpg
Full name  Vladimir Vasil'evich Pishnenko
Born  March 25, 1970 (age 45) (1970-03-25) Rostov-on-Don

Vladimir Vasilevich Pyshnenko (Russian: Владимир Васильевич Пышненко; born March 25, 1970) is a Russian former freestyle swimmer who won one gold medal and two silver medals at the 1992 Summer Olympics at Barcelona and one silver medal 1996 Summer Olympics at Atlanta. He also won two silver medals at the 1994 World Aquatics Championships in Rome and one gold medal at the European LC Championships 1991.


Coaching career

Since arriving in the U.S., Pyshnenko has coached at COHO Swim Club, Glenbrook Aquatics (formerly Northbrook Spartan Swim Club) in Northbrook, IL, Deerfield High School in Deerfield, IL, and at CATS Aquatic Team. He is currently the Head Senior Coach for the CATS Aquatic Team in Libertyville, IL.

US Masters Swimming

After a successful professional swimming career, Vlad Pyshnenko continues to swim through the United States Masters Swimming program. Currently, Pyshnenko holds 3 World records and a couple of American records in masters program: For men 35-39 he holds the 100 yards freestyle American record of 44.24 seconds short course yards (SCY), and the 200 meters freestyle World Record of 1:52.84 long course meters (LCM). For men 40-44 he holds the 100 meters freestyle World record of 51.72 seconds (LCM), and the 200 meter freestyle World record of 1:53.65 (LCM).


Pyshnenko is married to Natalya Meshcheryakova, who won bronze in the medley relay at the 1992 Olympics. He also has one daughter, Daria Pyshnenko (b. 1999). Pyshnenko resides in Lake Bluff Illinois.


Vladimir Pyshnenko Wikipedia

Similar Topics
A Womans Tale
Bozi Boziana
Troy Mallette