2010 European Athletics Championships – Men's 4 × 400 metres relay

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The men's 4 x 400 metres relay at the 2010 European Athletics Championships was held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys on 31 July and 1 August.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Russia Maksim Dyldin, Alexey Aksenov, Vladimir Krasnov, Pavel Trenikhin
Russia (RUS)
Silver United Kingdom Conrad Williams, Michael Bingham, Martyn Rooney, Robert Tobin
Great Britain (GBR)
Bronze Belgium Arnaud Destatte, Kevin Borlée, Cédric Van Branteghem, Jonathan Borlée
Belgium (BEL)

Records[edit]

Standing records prior to the 2010 European Athletics Championships
World record  United States
Andrew Valmon, Quincy Watts
Butch Reynolds, Michael Johnson
2:54.29 Stuttgart, Germany 22 August 1993
European record  United Kingdom
Iwan Thomas, Jamie Baulch
Mark Richardson, Roger Black
2:56.60 Atlanta, United States 3 August 1996
Championship record  United Kingdom
Paul Sanders, Kriss Akabusi
John Regis, Roger Black
2:58.22 Split, Yugoslavia 1 September 1990
World Leading  United States U23
LeJerald Betters, O'Neal Wilder
Joey Hughes, Tavaris Tate
2:58.83 Miramar, FL, United States 11 July 2010
European Leading  Russia
Maksim Dyldin, Valentin Kruglyakov
Pavel Trenikhin, Vladimir Krasnov
3:01.72 Bergen, Norway 20 June 2010

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
31 July 2010 11:20 Round 1
1 August 2010 21:55 Final

Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]

First 3 in each heat (Q) and 2 best performers (q) advance to the Final.

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Lane Nation Athletes React Time Notes
1 2  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) Conrad Williams, Graham Hedman, Richard Buck, Robert Tobin 0.247 3:04.09 Q
2 1  Poland (POL) Marcin Marciniszyn, Daniel Dąbrowski, Piotr Klimczak, Jan Ciepiela 0.234 3:04.51 Q
3 8  Netherlands (NED) Joeri Moerman, Youssef El Rhalfioui, Dennis Spillekom, Robert Lathouwers 0.205 3:04.52 Q
4 5  France (FRA) Yannick Fonsat, Mamoudou Hanne, Mame-Ibra Anne, Yoan Décimus 0.189 3:05.32 q
5 4  Ukraine (UKR) Maksym Nakonechnyy, Myhaylo Knysh, Volodymyr Burakov, Dmytro Ostrovskyy 0.314 3:05.51
6 6  Ireland (IRL) Gordon Kennedy, Brian Murphy, Brian Gregan, Steven Colvert 0.230 3:07.21
7 3  Spain (ESP) Marc Orozco, Mark Ujakpor, Santiago Ezquerro, Antonio Manuel Reina 0.199 3:07.38
8 7  Romania (ROM) Adrian Dragan, Iulian Geambazu, Attila Nagy, Catalin Cîmpeanu 0.355 3:09.48

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Lane Nation Athletes React Time Notes
1 2  Belgium (BEL) Antoine Gillet, Cédric Van Branteghem, Nils Duerinck, Kevin Borlée 0.238 3:03.49 Q
2 6  Germany (GER) Kamghe Gaba, Bastian Swillims, Jonas Plass, Thomas Schneider 0.168 3:03.83 Q
3 1  Russia (RUS) Maksim Dyldin, Aleksey Aksyonov, Sergey Petukhov, Pavel Trenikhin 0.199 3:04.20 Q
4 3  Italy (ITA) Claudio Licciardello, Luca Galletti, Domenico Fontana, Marco Vistalli 0.246 3:04.55 q
5 5  Greece (GRE) Pétros Kiriakídis, Dimítrios Grávalos, Padeleímon Melahrinoúdis, Sotírios Iakovákis 0.250 3:07.12
6 4  Hungary (HUN) Máté Lukács, Gábor Pásztor, Zoltán Kovács, Marcell Deák-Nagy 0.231 3:08.32
7 7  Slovenia (SLO) Uros Jovanovic, Sebastjan Jagarinec, Marko Macuh, Erik Voncina 0.174 3:08.95
8 8  Denmark (DEN) Jacob Fabricius Riis, Andreas Hjartbro Bube, Daniel B. Christensen, Nicklas Hyde 0.190 3:09.04

Summary[edit]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Athletes React Time Notes
1 2 2  Belgium (BEL) Antoine Gillet, Cédric Van Branteghem, Nils Duerinck, Kevin Borlée 0.238 3:03.49 Q
2 2 6  Germany (GER) Kamghe Gaba, Bastian Swillims, Jonas Plass, Thomas Schneider 0.168 3:03.83 Q
3 1 2  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) Conrad Williams, Graham Hedman, Richard Buck, Robert Tobin 0.247 3:04.09 Q
4 2 1  Russia (RUS) Maksim Dyldin, Aleksey Aksyonov, Sergey Petukhov, Pavel Trenikhin 0.199 3:04.20 Q
5 1 1  Poland (POL) Marcin Marciniszyn, Daniel Dąbrowski, Piotr Klimczak, Jan Ciepiela 0.234 3:04.51 Q
6 1 8  Netherlands (NED) Joeri Moerman, Youssef El Rhalfioui, Dennis Spillekom, Robert Lathouwers 0.205 3:04.52 Q
7 2 3  Italy (ITA) Claudio Licciardello, Luca Galletti, Domenico Fontana, Marco Vistalli 0.246 3:04.55 q
8 1 5  France (FRA) Yannick Fonsat, Mamoudou Hanne, Mame-Ibra Anne, Yoan Décimus 0.189 3:05.32 q
9 1 4  Ukraine (UKR) Maksym Nakonechnyy, Myhaylo Knysh, Volodymyr Burakov, Dmytro Ostrovskyy 0.314 3:05.51
10 2 5  Greece (GRE) Pétros Kiriakídis, Dimítrios Grávalos, Padeleímon Melahrinoúdis, Sotírios Iakovákis 0.250 3:07.12
11 1 6  Ireland (IRL) Gordon Kennedy, Brian Murphy, Brian Gregan, Steven Colvert 0.230 3:07.21
12 1 3  Spain (ESP) Marc Orozco, Mark Ujakpor, Santiago Ezquerro, Antonio Manuel Reina 0.199 3:07.38
13 2 4  Hungary (HUN) Máté Lukács, Gábor Pásztor, Zoltán Kovács, Marcell Deák-Nagy 0.231 3:08.32
14 2 7  Slovenia (SLO) Uros Jovanovic, Sebastjan Jagarinec, Marko Macuh, Erik Voncina 0.174 3:08.95
15 2 8  Denmark (DEN) Jacob Fabricius Riis, Andreas Hjartbro Bube, Daniel B. Christensen, Nicklas Hyde 0.190 3:09.04
16 1 7  Romania (ROM) Adrian Dragan, Iulian Geambazu, Attila Nagy, Catalin Cîmpeanu 0.355 3:09.48

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Nationality Athlete React Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 7  Russia (RUS) Maksim Dyldin, Aleksey Aksyonov, Pavel Trenikhin, Vladimir Krasnov 0.210 3:02.14
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3  Great Britain & N.I. (GBR) Conrad Williams, Michael Bingham, Robert Tobin, Martyn Rooney 0.242 3:02.25
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 4  Belgium (BEL) Arnaud Destatte, Kevin Borlée, Cédric Van Branteghem, Jonathan Borlée 0.178 3:02.60
4 5  Germany (GER) Kamghe Gaba, Bastian Swillims, Eric Krüger, Thomas Schneider 0.192 3:02.65
5 6  Poland (POL) Marcin Marciniszyn, Daniel Dąbrowski, Piotr Klimczak, Kacper Kozłowski 0.273 3:03.42
6 1  France (FRA) Leslie Djhone, Yannick Fonsat, Mame-Ibra Anne, Teddy Venel 0.173 3:03.85
7 8  Netherlands (NED) Joeri Moerman, Youssef El Rhalfioui, Dennis Spillekom, Robert Lathouwers 0.184 3:04.13
8 2  Italy (ITA) Marco Vistalli, Luca Galletti, Claudio Licciardello, Andrea Barberi 0.204 3:04.20

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