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

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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 100 butterfly at the 1988 Summer Olympics, was contested on September 20 (preliminaries) and September 21 (finals).

Records[edit]

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

World record  Pablo Morales (USA) 52.84 Orlando, FL, USA 23 June 1986
Olympic record  Michael Gross (FRG) 53.08 Los Angeles, CA, USA 30 July 1984

Finals[edit]

A Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Anthony Nesty Suriname 53.00 OR,[1] NR
2 Matt Biondi United States 53.01
3 Andy Jameson Great Britain 53.30
4th Jon Sieben Australia 53.33
5th Michael Gross West Germany 53.44
6th Jay Mortenson United States 54.07
7th Tom Ponting Canada 54.09
8th Vadim Yaroshchuk Soviet Union 54.60

B Final[edit]

Place Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9th Shen Jianqiang China 54.52
10th Anthony Mosse New Zealand 54.63
11th Benny Nielsen Denmark 54.77
12th Vlastimil Černý Canada 54.79
13th Rafał Szukała Poland 54.80
14th Hiroshi Miura Japan 54.98
15th Zheng Jian China 55.00
16th Neil Cochran Great Britain 55.22

Preliminary heats[edit]

Rank Heat
(Heat Place)
Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 (1) Andy Jameson Great Britain 53.34 q-A
2 7 (1) Matt Biondi United States 53.46 q-A
3 6 (1) Anthony Nesty Suriname 53.50 q-A
4 7 (2) Michael Gross West Germany 53.78 q-A
5 7 (3) Jon Sieben Australia 53.85 q-A
6 6 (2) Vadim Yaroshchuk Soviet Union 54.17 q-A
7 5 (2) Tom Ponting Canada 54.31 q-A
8 6 (3) Jay Mortenson United States 54.44 q-A
9 7 (4) Benny Nielsen Denmark 54.52 q-B
10 5 (3) Anthony Mosse New Zealand 54.63 q-B
11 5 (4) Vlastimil Černý Canada 54.66 q-B
12 5 (5) Zheng Jian China 54.69 q-B
13 6 (4) Neil Cochran Great Britain 54.75 q-B
14 7 (5) Hiroshi Miura Japan 54.82 q-B
15 5 (6) Rafał Szukała Poland 54.83 q-B
16 5 (7) Shen Jianqiang China 54.86 q-B
17 Martin Hermann West Germany 55.20
18 José Luis Ballester Spain 55.27
19 Frank Drost Netherlands 55.38
20 David Wilson Australia 55.54
21 Robert Wolf Czechoslovakia 55.73
22 Leonardo Michelotti Italy 55.83
23 Konstantine Petrov Soviet Union 55.84
24 Yukinori Tanaka Japan 56.19
25 Ross Anderson New Zealand 56.31
26 Eduardo de Poli Brazil 56.37
27 Ludovic Depickère France 56.47
28 Valerio Giambalvo Italy 56.57
29 Reinhold Leitner Austria 56.72
30 Théophile David Switzerland 56.77
31 Joseph Buhain Philippines 57.17
32 Vladimir Ribeiro Brazil 57.25
33 M. Albuquerque Portugal 57.30
34 Paul Yelle Barbados 57.36
35 Pen Siong Ang Singapore 57.41
36 Theodoras Griniazakis Greece 57.56
37 Paulo Camacho Portugal 57.62
38 Young-Chui Park South Korea 57.74
39 Yi Ming Tsang Hong Kong 57.84
40 Urbano Zea Mexico 57.89
41 Carlos Ramo Mexico 58.04
42 Pedro Lima Angola 59.21
43 Graham Thompson Zimbabwe 1:00.13
44 Kristan Singleton Virgin Islands 1:00.97
45 William Cleveland Virgin Islands 1:01.10
46 Sergio Faffine Mozambique 1:01.15
47 Plutarco Castellanos Honduras 1:02.69
48 Salam Mohamed Abdul Salam Bangladesh 1:03.69
49 Mohammed Binabid United Arab Emirates 1:06.25
50 Trevor Ncala Swaziland 1:06.85
51 Jorge Gomes Angola 1:09.60

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wallechinsky, David (1996). "The Complete Book of the Olympics". Aurum Press Limited. p. 637.