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Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle

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Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
VenuePalau Sant Jordi
DatesJuly 31, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
August 1, 2013 (final)
Competitors86 from 78 nations
Winning time47.71
Medalists
 
   Australia
 
   United States
 
   United States
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The men's 100 metre freestyle event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 31 July and 1 August at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and championship records were:

World record  César Cielo (BRA) 46.91 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009 [3][4]
Competition record  César Cielo (BRA) 46.91 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009 [3][4]

Results

Heats

The heats were held at 10:13.[5]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 8 4 James Magnussen  Australia 47.71 Q
2 8 6 Konrad Czerniak  Poland 48.50 Q
3 8 3 Nikita Lobintsev  Russia 48.51 Q
4 7 7 Shinri Shioura  Japan 48.52 Q
5 8 5 Hanser García  Cuba 48.54 Q
6 7 5 Cameron McEvoy  Australia 48.59 Q
7 9 5 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 48.67 Q
8 8 7 Pieter Timmers  Belgium 48.76 Q
9 7 3 Jimmy Feigen  United States 48.86 Q
=10 7 4 Sebastiaan Verschuren  Netherlands 48.88 Q
9 6 Luca Dotto  Italy 48.88 Q
12 9 4 Nathan Adrian  United States 48.93 Q
13 7 6 Filippo Magnini  Italy 49.02 Q
14 9 7 Fabien Gilot  France 49.07 Q
15 9 3 Marcelo Chierighini  Brazil 49.08 Q
16 8 2 Adam Brown  Great Britain 49.39 Q
17 6 7 Yauhen Tsurkin  Belarus 49.41 NR
18 7 9 Cristian Quintero  Venezuela 49.50
19 9 2 William Meynard  France 49.59
20 7 1 Norbert Trandafir  Romania 49.60
=21 8 0 Martin Verner  Czech Republic 49.61
9 9 Ben Hockin  Paraguay 49.61 NR
23 7 8 Kemal Arda Gürdal  Turkey 49.65
24 9 8 Krisztián Takács  Hungary 49.70
25 7 2 Fernando dos Santos  Brazil 49.71
26 6 8 Mario Todorović  Croatia 49.80
27 8 9 Oussama Sahnoune  Algeria 49.81
28 7 0 Aitor Martínez  Spain 49.83
29 9 1 Lü Zhiwu  China 49.85
30 6 3 Federico Grabich  Argentina 49.87
=31 5 5 Geoffrey Cheah  Hong Kong 49.91
6 4 Mindaugas Sadauskas  Lithuania 49.91
8 1 Kenta Ito  Japan 49.91
34 9 0 Leith Shankland  South Africa 50.21
35 6 2 Pjotr Degtjarjov  Estonia 50.28
36 8 8 Marco di Carli  Germany 50.38
37 6 5 Uvis Kalniņš  Latvia 50.51
38 6 1 Joel Greenshields  Canada 50.54
39 4 7 Roy-Allan Burch  Bermuda 50.66 NR
40 6 0 Danny Yeo  Singapore 50.92
41 5 4 Boris Stojanović  Serbia 51.11
42 5 2 Joshua McLeod  Trinidad and Tobago 51.47
43 4 9 Allan Gutiérrez Castro  Honduras 51.69
44 5 0 Wang Yu-lian  Chinese Taipei 51.70
45 4 3 Enzo Martínez  Uruguay 51.77
46 5 8 Davit Sikharulidze  Georgia 51.81
47 4 0 Sean Gunn  Zimbabwe 51.94 NR
48 5 6 Mohammad Madwa  Kuwait 52.06 NR
49 4 5 Jemal Le Grand  Aruba 52.07
50 5 1 Andrew Chetcuti  Malta 52.08
51 4 6 Jessie Lacuna  Philippines 52.10
52 5 3 Triady Fauzi Sidiq  Indonesia 52.11
53 5 9 Sebastián Jahnsen Madico  Peru 52.20
54 4 4 Mehdi El Hazzaz  Morocco 52.54
55 5 7 Kevin Avila Soto  Guatemala 52.56
56 1 9 Bradley Vincent  Mauritius 52.76
57 4 2 Andrew Rutherfurd  Bolivia 52.79
58 3 5 Anthony Clark  French Polynesia 52.87 NR
59 3 6 Arsham Mirzaei  Iran 53.00
60 3 4 Vahan Mhkitaryan  Armenia 53.06
61 4 1 Abdoul Niane  Senegal 53.46
62 6 9 Virdhawal Khade  India 53.47
63 4 8 Jose Montoya  Costa Rica 53.48
64 3 3 Esau Simpson  Grenada 53.66
65 3 2 Joshua Daniel  Saint Lucia 53.69
66 3 1 Christopher Duenas  Guam 53.88
67 3 7 Lei Cheok Fong  Macau 54.93
68 3 8 Ahmed Al-Dulaimi  Iraq 55.13
69 2 6 Stanford Kawale  Papua New Guinea 55.29
70 3 0 Sergeý Krowýakow  Turkmenistan 55.41
71 2 3 Farhan Saleh Faraj Sultan  Bahrain 55.49
72 2 4 Christian Nikles  Brunei 55.55 =NR
73 2 2 Noah Mascoll-Gomes  Netherlands Antilles 56.36
74 2 5 Kalu Achchige  Sri Lanka 56.53
75 2 7 Gunsennorov Zandanbal  Mongolia 56.78
76 2 1 Syed Naqvi  Pakistan 58.40
77 1 4 Giordan Harris  Marshall Islands 58.50
78 2 9 Ammaar Ghadiyali  Tanzania 59.96
79 1 6 Kwesi Jackson  Ghana 1:01.25
80 1 5 Sirish Gurung    Nepal 1:02.12
81 1 3 Billy-Scott Irakoze  Burundi 1:02.25
82 1 1 Shawn Dingilius  Palau 1:02.27
83 1 7 Ibrahima Camara  Guinea 1:02.33
84 1 2 Robel Habte  Ethiopia 1:02.57
85 2 8 Phathana Inthavong  Laos 1:02.85
86 1 8 Wilfried Tevoedjre  Benin 1:07.42
3 9 Samson Opuakpo  Nigeria DSQ
1 0 Abdulrahman Al-Ishaq  Qatar DNS
2 0 Sylla Alassane  Ivory Coast DNS
6 6 Croyeb Gailloty  Central African Republic DNS

Semifinals

The semifinals were held at 18:02.[6]

Semifinal 1

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 Nathan Adrian  United States 47.95 Q
2 1 Fabien Gilot  France 48.21 Q
3 3 Cameron McEvoy  Australia 48.43 Q
4 8 Adam Brown  Great Britain 48.48
5 5 Shinri Shioura  Japan 48.51
6 6 Pieter Timmers  Belgium 48.65
7 2 Sebastiaan Verschuren  Netherlands 48.73
8 4 Konrad Czerniak  Poland 48.78

Semifinal 2

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Jimmy Feigen  United States 48.07 Q
2 8 Marcelo Chierighini  Brazil 48.11 Q
3 4 James Magnussen  Australia 48.20 Q
3 6 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 48.20 Q
5 7 Luca Dotto  Italy 48.46 Q
6 3 Hanser García  Cuba 48.54
7 5 Nikita Lobintsev  Russia 48.73
8 1 Filippo Magnini  Italy 49.12

Final

The final was held at 18:33.[7]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 James Magnussen  Australia 47.71
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Jimmy Feigen  United States 47.82
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4 Nathan Adrian  United States 47.84
4 1 Cameron McEvoy  Australia 47.88
5 2 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 48.01
6 3 Marcelo Chierighini  Brazil 48.28
7 7 Fabien Gilot  France 48.33
8 8 Luca Dotto  Italy 48.58

References

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ a b Crouse, Karen (31 July 2009). "Lochte Finds Phelps Is Everywhere but in the Pool". New York Times. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Cielo sets 50-meter freestyle mark". ESPN. 18 December 2009. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
  5. ^ Heats Results
  6. ^ Semifinals Results
  7. ^ Final Results
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