Swimming at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

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Swimming events at the
1988 Summer Olympics
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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 400 Medley Relay at the 1998 Summer Olympics was held on 25 September 1998, with both preliminaries and finals on the same day.

Records[edit]

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

World record  United States (USA) 3:38.28 Tokyo, Japan 18 August 1985
Olympic record  United States (USA) 3:39.30 Los Angeles, CA, USA 4 August 1984

Finals[edit]

A Final[edit]

Place Nationality Swimmers Time Notes
1 United States D.Berkoff, R.Schroeder,
M.Biondi, C.Jacobs
3:36.93 WR[1]
2 Canada M.Tewksbury, V.Davis,
T.Ponting, S.Goss
3:39.28
3 Soviet Union I.Polyansky, D.Volkov,
V.Yaroshchuk, G.Prigoda
3:39.96
4 West Germany F.Hoffmeister, A.Mayer,
M.Gross, B.Zikarsky
3:42.98
5 Japan D.Suzuki, Nagahata,
H.Miura, S.Ogata
3:44.36
6 Australia C.Wilson, I.McAdam,
J.Sieben, A.Baildon
3:45.85
7 Netherlands H.Kroes, R.Dekker,
F.Drost, P.Dybiona
3:46.85
DQ Great Britain N.Harper, A.Moorhouse,
A.Jameson, M.Foster
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Preliminary heats[edit]

Rank Nationality Swimmers Time Notes
1 United States D.Berkoff, R.Schroeder,
J.Mortenson, T.Jager
3:43.00 q-A
2 Great Britain 3:44.44 q-A
3 Canada M.Tewksbury, V.Davis,
T.Ponting, S.Goss
3:44.56 q-A
4 West Germany F.Hoffmeister, M.Warnecke,
M.Gross, B.Zikarsky
3:44.72 q-A
5 Soviet Union S.Zabolotnov, V.Lozik,
K.Petrov, N.Evseev
3:45.29 q-A
6 Netherlands H.Kroes, R.Dekker,
F.Drost, P.Dybiona
3:45.65 q-A
7 Japan D.Suzuki, H.Nagahata,
H.Miura, S.Ogata
3:46.88 q-A
8 Australia C.Wilson, I.McAdam,
J.Sieben, A.Baildon
3:47.40 q-A
9 Switzerland P.Ferland, É.Dagon,
D.Halsall, S.Voléry
3:48.09
10 France F.Schott, D.Leblanc,
L.Depickère, B.Gutzeit
3:48.64
11 New Zealand P.Kingsman, A.Beks,
A.Mosse, R.Anderson
3:48.93
12 Spain M.Zubero, R.Camallonga,
J.Ballester, J.Hernando
3:49.47
13 Czechoslovakia P.Vokoun, R.Beinhauer,
R.Wolf, P.Kladiva
3:49.90
14 Denmark L.Sørensen, C.Toft,
B.Nielsen, F.Mortensen
3:51.97
15 Italy V.Giambalvo, G.Minervini,
L.Michelotti, R.Gleria
3:52.06
16 Hungary T.Deutsch, K.Güttler,
V.Kalaus, M.R.Bodór
3:52.24
17 Singapore D.Lim, N.Y.Meng,
Ang P.S., O.J.Gee
3:52.86
18 Brazil R.Romero, C.Tortelli,
E.Poli, E.Nascimento
3:53.21
19 China L.Lin, J.Chen,
J.Zheng, J.Shen
3:54.18
20 Mexico E.Vela, J.Careaga,
U.Zea, R.González
3:54.21
21 South Korea Park DP, Yoon JI,
Park YC, Kwon SW
3:56.94
22 Hong Kong H.M.Yip, K.S. Watt,
Y.M. Tsang, M.Wright
4:05.28
23 Greece H.Malamas, N.Fokianos,
T.Griniazakis, C.Papanikolaou
4:07.71
24 Israel 4:15.03
25 United Arab Emirates M.Abdulla, O.Alrumaithi,
M.Binabid, A.Faraj
4:28.55

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wallechinsky, David (1996). "The Complete Book of the Olympics". Aurum Press Limited. p. 650.