Swimming at the 2011 Pan American Games – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

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Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the XVI Pan American Games
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Venue Scotiabank Aquatics Center
Dates October 16 (preliminaries and finals)
Medalists
Gold medal    Brazil
Silver medal    Brazil
Bronze medal    United States
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Swimming at the
2011 Pan American Games
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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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Marathon
10 km men women

The men's 100 metre breaststroke competition of the swimming events at the 2011 Pan American Games took place on October 16 at the Scotiabank Aquatics Center in Mexico.[1] The defending Pan American Games champion was Scott Dickens of Canada.

This race consisted of two lengths of the pool, both being in breaststroke.[2]

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan American Games records were as follows:

World record  Brenton Rickard (AUS) 58.58 Rome, Italy July 27, 2009
Pan American Games record  Mark Gangloff (USA) 1:00.24 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil July 17, 2007

Qualification[edit]

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) was able to enter up to two entrants providing they had met the A standard (1:04.7) in the qualifying period (January 1, 2010 to September 4, 2011). NOCs were also permitted to enter one athlete providing they had met the B standard (1:06.6) in the same qualifying period.[2]

Results[edit]

All times are in minutes and seconds.

KEY: q Fastest non-qualifiers Q Qualified NR National record PB Personal best SB Seasonal best

Heats[edit]

The first round was held on October 16.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 4 Felipe França  Brazil 1:00.71 QA
2 3 5 Marcus Titus  United States 1:01.28 QA
3 2 4 Kevin Swander  United States 1:01.38 QA
4 1 4 Felipe Lima  Brazil 1:02.24 QA
5 2 5 Edgar Crespo  Panama 1:02.29 QA
6 2 6 Martin Melconian  Uruguay 1:03.05 QA
7 1 3 David Oliver  Mexico 1:03.23 QA
8 3 3 Jorge Murillo  Colombia 1:03.25 QA
9 1 5 Warren Barnes  Canada 1:03.31 QB
10 3 2 Lucas Peralta  Argentina 1:03.40 QB
11 2 3 Genaro Prono  Paraguay 1:03.79 QB
12 3 6 Jacob Armstrong  Canada 1:04.02 QB
13 1 6 Rodrigo Frutos  Argentina 1:04.34 QB
14 3 1 Ezequiel Trujillo  Mexico 1:04.67 QB
15 1 1 Eladio Carrion  Puerto Rico 1:05.36 QB
16 3 8 Gerardo Huidobro  Peru 1:05.62 QB
17 2 2 Renato Prono  Paraguay 1:05.72
18 2 7 Carlos Claverie  Venezuela 1:05.80
19 1 7 Diego Santander  Chile 1:05.84
20 1 2 Juan Alberto Guerra  El Salvador 1:06.40
21 2 1 Diguan Pigot  Suriname 1:06.54
22 2 8 Christian Hernandez  Cuba 1:07.49
23 3 7 Rodion Davelaar Flag of PASO.svg Netherlands Antilles 1:08.07

B Final[edit]

The B final was also held on October 16.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9 4 Warren Barnes  Canada 1:03.50
10 5 Lucas Peralta  Argentina 1:03.53
11 3 Genaro Prono  Paraguay 1:04.22
12 2 Rodrigo Frutos  Argentina 1:04.23
13 6 Jacob Armstrong  Canada 1:04.29
14 7 Ezequiel Trujillo  Mexico 1:04.50
15 1 Eladio Carrion  Puerto Rico 1:05.22
16 8 Gerardo Huidobro  Peru 1:05.68

A Final[edit]

The A final was also held on October 16.[5]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st 4 Felipe França  Brazil 1:00.34
2nd 6 Felipe Lima  Brazil 1:00.99
3rd 5 Marcus Titus  United States 1:01.12
4 3 Kevin Swander  United States 1:01.17
5 2 Edgar Crespo  Panama 1:03.08
6 7 Martin Melconian  Uruguay 1:03.10
7 8 Jorge Murillo  Colombia 1:03.11
8 1 David Oliver  Mexico 1:03.63

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