2010 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Men's 200 metre breaststroke

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Men's 200m Breaststroke
at the 2010 Short Course Worlds
Dates 17 December 2010
Competitors 57
Winning time 2:03.12
Medalists
Gold medal    Japan
Silver medal    Hungary
Bronze medal    Australia
«2008 2012»
2010 FINA
Short Course Worlds

United Arab Emirates Dubai, UAE
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual Medley
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle Relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley Relay
4×100 m men women

The Men's 200 Breaststroke at the 10th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) was swum 17 December. 57 individuals swam in the Preliminary heats in the morning,[1] with the top-8 finishers advancing to the Final in the evening.[2]

At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship records (CR) were:

Name Nation Time Location Date
WR Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 2:00.67 Istanbul 13 December 2009
CR Brendan Hansen  United States 2:04.98 Indianapolis 9 October 2004

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Round Name Nation Time WR CR
17 December 2010 Heats Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 2:04.46 CR
17 December 2010 Final Naoya Tomita  Japan 2:03.12 CR

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Heat Lane Name Time Notes
1 8 4  Dániel Gyurta (HUN) 2:04.46 Q, CR
2 7 4  Naoya Tomita (JPN) 2:04.93 Q
3 7 5  Marco Koch (GER) 2:05.00 Q
4 7 2  Neil Versfeld (RSA) 2:05.14 Q
5 6 4  Grigory Falko (RUS) 2:05.80 Q
6 8 3  Eric Shanteau (USA) 2:05.84 Q
7 6 6  Brenton Rickard (AUS) 2:06.00 Q
8 6 1  Hugues Duboscq (FRA) 2:06.36 Q
9 7 3  Tales Cerdeira (BRA) 2:06.39
10 6 5  Vladislav Polyakov (KAZ) 2:06.78
11 8 2  Laurent Carnol (LUX) 2:07.10
12 6 7  Adam Klein (USA) 2:07.25
13 8 8  Lennart Stekelenburg (NED) 2:07.38
14 8 1  Igor Borysik (UKR) 2:07.62
15 5 7  Warren Barnes (CAN) 2:07.89
16 8 5  Edoardo Giorgetti (ITA) 2:08.01
17 6 8  Giedrius Titenis (LTU) 2:08.03
18 5 4  Paul Kornfeld (CAN) 2:08.35
19 6 2  Martti Aljand (EST) 2:08.96
20 7 8  William Grant Diering (RSA) 2:09.15
20 8 6  Viatcheslav Sinkevich (RUS) 2:09.15
22 8 7  Slawomir Kuczko (POL) 2:09.25
23 7 1  Tomas Klobucnik (SVK) 2:09.36
24 7 6  Christian Sprenger (AUS) 2:09.52
25 7 7  Yevgeniy Ryzhkov (KAZ) 2:09.94
26 6 3  Felipe Silva (BRA) 2:10.71
27 5 6  Jakob Jóhann Sveinsson (ISL) 2:10.92
28 4 5  Jorge Murillo (COL) 2:11.49
29 5 1  Sofiane Daid (ALG) 2:12.39
30 4 6  Edgar Crespo (PAN) 2:12.63
31 5 5  Wang Shuai (CHN) 2:13.71
32 4 3  Juan Alberto Guerra Quiñonez (ESA) 2:14.26
32 5 3  David Olivier Mercado (MEX) 2:14.26
34 4 4  Dmitrii Aleksandrov (KGZ) 2:14.39
35 2 5  Timothy Ferris (ZIM) 2:14.68
36 5 2  Malick Fall (SEN) 2:15.98
37 4 8  Hocine Haciane (AND) 2:16.28
38 5 8  Chen Cho-Yi (TPE) 2:20.57
39 3 3  Andrea Agius (MLT) 2:20.93
40 4 7  Lim Duan Le Kenneth (SIN) 2:21.34
41 3 5  Maximilian Siedentopf (NAM) 2:21.54
41 4 2  Wael Koubrousli (LIB) 2:21.54
43 3 7  Mubarak Al Besher (UAE) 2:22.33
44 2 6  Jourdy Martis (AHO) 2:22.45
45 3 6  Martin Melconian (URU) 2:22.48
46 3 2  Arturo Alejandro Montilla (DOM) 2:23.54
47 3 4  Damir Davletbaev (KGZ) 2:23.87
48 3 8  Jehaad Alhenidi (JOR) 2:27.29
49 2 4  Daniel Galea (MLT) 2:30.69
50 1 5  Nazih Mezayek (JOR) 2:30.86
51 2 3  Hemra Nurmuradov (TKM) 2:37.76
52 2 2  Ronaldo Rodrigues (GUY) 2:40.83
53 1 4  Mamadou Fofana (MLI) 2:51.27
54 2 7  Ron Albert Roucou (SEY) 2:52.78
- 1 3  Xue Ruipeng (CHN) DNS
- 3 1  Mohamed Jasim (UAE) DSQ
- 4 1  Leopoldo Andara (VEN) DSQ

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Time Notes
1st 5  Naoya Tomita (JPN) 2:03.12 CR
2nd 4  Dániel Gyurta (HUN) 2:03.47
3rd 1  Brenton Rickard (AUS) 2:04.33
4 3  Marco Koch (GER) 2:05.15
4 6  Neil Versfeld (RSA) 2:05.15
6 2  Grigory Falko (RUS) 2:05.28
7 8  Hugues Duboscq (FRA) 2:05.68
8 7  Eric Shanteau (USA) 2:05.86

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