Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

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Swimming events at the
1988 Summer Olympics
Swimming pictogram.svg
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The men's 100 breaststroke at the 1988 Summer Olympics was held on September 18 (prelims) and September 19 (finals).

Records[edit]

The existing World and Olympic records at the time of the competition were:

World record  Steve Lundquist (USA) 1:01.65 Los Angeles, CA, USA July 29, 1984
Olympic record  Steve Lundquist (USA) 1:01.65 Los Angeles, CA, USA July 29, 1984

Finals[edit]

A Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Adrian Moorhouse Great Britain 1:02.04
2 Károly Güttler Hungary 1:02.05
3 Dmitry Volkov Soviet Union 1:02.20
4th Victor Davis Canada 1:02.38
5th Tamás Debnár Hungary 1:02.50
6th Richard Schroeder United States 1:02.55
7th Gianni Minervini Italy 1:02.93
8th Christian Poswiat East Germany 1:03.43

B Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9th Alexei Matveev Soviet Union 1:03.01
10th Ronald Dekker Netherlands 1:03.22
11th Mark Warnecke West Germany 1:03.40
12th Alexander Mayer West Germany 1:03.85
13th Hironobu Nagahata Japan 1:03.89
14th Petri Suominen Finland 1:04.04
15th Daniel Watters United States 1:04.17
16th Chen Jianhong China 1:04.72

Preliminary heats[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Adrian Moorhouse Great Britain 1:02.19 q-A
2 Victor Davis Canada 1:02.48 q-A
3 Dmitry Volkov Soviet Union 1:02.49 q-A
4 Károly Güttler Hungary 1:02.80 q-A
5 Gianni Minervini Italy 1:02.86 q-A
6 Christian Poswiat East Germany 1:02.99 q-A
7 Richard Schroeder United States 1:03.05 q-A
8 Ronald Dekker Netherlands 1:03.08 q-A
swim-off= 1:02.63
8 Tamás Debnár Hungary 1:03.08 q-B
swim-off= 1:03.68
10 Alexei Mateev Soviet Union 1:03.25 q-B
11 Alexander Mayer West Germany 1:03.54 q-B
12 Mark Warnecke West Germany 1:03.56 q-B
13 Petri Suominen Finland 1:03.58 q-B
14 Hironobu Nagahata Japan 1:04.02 q-B
15 Daniel Watters United States 1:04.04 q-B
16 Chen Jianhong China 1:04.09 q-B
17 James Parrack Great Britain 1:04.23
18 Kenji Watanaoe Japan 1:04.35
19 Pablo Restrepo Colombia 1:04.43
20 Raik Hannemann East Germany 1:04.46
21 Pierre-Yves Eberie Switzerland 1:04.53
22 Ian McAdam Australia 1:04.56
22 David Leblanc France 1:04.56
24 Hsin-Yen Tsai Chinese Taipei 1:04.58
25 Radek Beinhauer Czechoslovakia 1:04.61
26 Joo-Il Yoon South Korea 1:04.68
27 Étienne Dagon Switzerland 1:04.71
28 Alexander Marcek Czechoslovakia 1:04.95
29 Thomas Boehm Austria 1:04.96
30 Fu Jin China 1:05.02
31 Cameron Grant Canada 1:05.10
32 Joaquín Fernández Spain 1:05.19
33 Sidney Appelboom Belgium 1:05.21
34 Gary O'Toole Ireland 1:05.34
35 Javier Careaga Mexico 1:05.37
36 Cédric Penicaud France 1:05.46
37 Cícero Tortelli Brazil 1:05.50
38 Jan Erick Olsen Norway 1:05.54
39 Anthony Beks New Zealand 1:05.65
40 Alexandre Yokochi Portugal 1:05.68
41 Yue Meng Ng Singapore 1:05.87
42 Eyal Shtigman Israel 1:05.92
43 Sergio López Spain 1:06.08
44 Wirmandi Sugriat Indonesia 1:06.22
45 Luc van de Vondel Belgium 1:06.24
46 Richard Lockhart New Zealand 1:06.27
47 Nikolaos Fokianos Greece 1:06.30
48 Lars Sørensen Denmark 1:06.48
49 Manuel Gutierrez Panama 1:06.73
50 Lee Concepcion Philippines 1:06.74
51 Arnþór Ragnarsson Iceland 1:07.93
52 Kam Sing Watt Hong Kong 1:08.03
53 Victor Ruderry Bermuda 1:09.49
54 Man Quach Hoai Vietnam 1:10.90
55 Kraig Singleton Virgin Islands 1:11.68
56 Michele Piva San Marino 1:13.94
57 Amine El-Domyati Lebanon 1:14.40
58 Mohamed Bazlur Rahman Bangladesh 1:14.97
59 Gaspar Fragata Angola 1:16.18
60 Obaid Airumaithi United Arab Emirates 1:17.01
61 Vivaldo Fernandes Angola 1:17.98

References[edit]