2010 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Men's 100 metre backstroke

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Men's 100m Backstroke
at the 2010 Short Course Worlds
Dates 15 December 2010 (heats and semifinals)
16 December 2010 (final)
Competitors 73
Winning time 49.07
Medalists
gold medal     Russia
silver medal     France
bronze medal     Spain
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2010 FINA
Short Course Worlds

Dubai, UAE
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual Medley
100 m men women
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

The Men's 100 Backstroke at the 10th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) was swum 15 – 16 December 2010 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. On 15 December, 73 individuals swam in the Preliminary heats in the morning,[1] with the top-16 finishers advancing on to the Semifinals that evening.[2] The top-8 finishers in the Semifinals then advanced on to the Final the next evening.[3]

Records[edit]

A the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship records (CR) were:

Name Nation Time Location Date
WR Nick Thoman  USA 48.94 Manchester 18 December 2009
CR Ryan Lochte  USA 49.99 Shanghai 9 April 2006

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Round Name Nation Time WR CR
15 December 2010 Semifinals Stanislav Donets  Russia 49.62 CR
16 December 2010 Final Stanislav Donets  Russia 49.07 CR

Results[edit]

Prelims[edit]

Rank Heat Lane Name Time Notes
1 10 4  Stanislav Donets (RUS) 50.18 Q
2 9 5  Jérémy Stravius (FRA) 50.63 Q
3 8 6  David Plummer (USA) 50.74 Q
4 8 2  Nick Thoman (USA) 50.93 Q
5 8 4  Aschwin Wildeboer (ESP) 51.03 Q
6 9 6  Ryosuke Irie (JPN) 51.32 Q
7 9 3  Camille Lacourt (FRA) 51.34 Q
8 10 3  Damiano Lestingi (ITA) 51.41 Q
9 6 6  John Tapp (CAN) 51.42 Q
10 9 4  Arkady Vyatchanin (RUS) 51.67 Q
11 1 4  Guy Barnea (ISR) 51.70 Q
12 8 5  Guilherme Guido (BRA) 51.74 Q
13 9 2  Masafumi Yamaguchi (JPN) 51.84 Q
14 10 1  Cheng Feiyi (CHN) 52.00 Q
15 8 3  Nick Driebergen (NED) 52.03 Q
16 9 8  Omar Pinzón (COL) 52.20 Q
17 10 6  Mirco Di Tora (ITA) 52.37
18 7 6  Vytautas Janušaitis (LTU) 52.43
19 10 5  Radoslaw Kawecki (POL) 52.48
20 8 7  Stefa Herbst (GER) 52.50
21 9 7  Benjamin Treffers (AUS) 52.53
22 7 3  Charles Francis (CAN) 52.62
23 10 7  Daniel Arnamnart (AUS) 52.62
24 10 8  Pavel Sankovich (BLR) 52.65
25 10 2  Andrejs Duda (LAT) 52.93
26 9 1  Jonatan Kopelev (ISR) 52.98
27 7 5  He Jianbin (CHN) 53.20
28 8 1  Leonardo de Deus (BRA) 53.37
29 7 4  Andres Olvik (EST) 53.68
30 6 4  Garth Virgil Tune (RSA) 53.74
31 7 2  Federico Grabich (ARG) 53.83
32 8 8  Lavrans Solli (NOR) 53.98
33 7 7  Kristian Kron (SWE) 54.16
34 6 5  Yuan Ping (TPE) 54.50
35 7 1  Juan David Molina (COL) 54.67
36 6 7  Mattias Carlsson (SWE) 54.75
37 7 8  Serghei Golban (MDA) 54.85
38 5 5  Lin Yu-An (TPE) 54.92
39 5 2  Sergey Pankov (UZB) 55.00
40 5 8  Raphael Stacchiotti (LUX) 55.18
41 6 8  Charles Hockin (PAR) 55.29
42 5 6  Mohamed Hussein (EGY) 55.38
43 6 3  Jean-François Schneiders (LUX) 55.43
44 6 2  Abdullah Altuwaini (KUW) 55.71
45 4 4  Charles William Walker (PHI) 55.73
46 5 7  Alex Hernández Medina (CUB) 55.77
47 6 1  Taki M'Rabet (TUN) 56.14
48 4 3  Mauricio Fiol (PER) 56.43
49 3 3  Nicholas James (ZIM) 56.55
50 4 8  Jean Luis Apolinar Gómez Nuñez (DOM) 56.95
51 4 5  Amine Kouame (MAR) 57.49
52 5 4  Kevin Kan Yin Chu (HKG) 57.55
53 4 6  Shuaib Althuwaini (KUW) 57.97
54 5 1  Tong Antonio (MAC) 58.15
55 3 2  Alar Lodi (EST) 58.58
56 4 2  Mohammed Al Ghaferi (UAE) 58.63
57 3 4  Boris Kirillov (AZE) 58.77
58 3 6  Mark Sammut (MLT) 58.86
59 4 7  Ngou Pok Man (MAC) 59.28
60 2 7  Alkulaibi Aiman (OMA) 59.39
61 3 5  Ali Al Kaabi (UAE) 59.71
62 4 1  Giorgi Mtvralashvili (GEO) 1:00.37
63 2 4  Ali Ahmed (BRN) 1:03.61
64 3 1  Nuno Miguel Rola (ANG) 1:03.78
65 3 8  Dulguun Batsaikhan (MGL) 1:04.12
66 2 5  Saif Alaslam Saeed Al-Saadi (IRQ) 1:04.25
67 3 7  Hamdan Iqbal Bayusuf (KEN) 1:04.32
68 2 2  Roman Hramtsov (TKM) 1:06.39
69 2 3  Mohamed Bahrin Shah Behrom Shem (BRU) 1:08.44
70 1 3  Hilal Hemed Hilal (TAN) 1:11.23
71 2 6  Tano Pierre Claver Atta (CIV) 1:13.43
- 1 5  Kouassi Franck Olivier Brou (CIV) DNS
- 5 3  Khachik Plavchyan (ARM) DNS

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinal 1

Rank Lane Name Time Notes
1 5  Nick Thoman (USA) 50.69 Q
2 4  Jérémy Stravius (FRA) 50.75 Q
3 7  Guilherme Guido (BRA) 50.83 Q
4 3  Ryosuke Irie (JPN) 50.98 Q
5 6  Damiano Lestingi (ITA) 50.99
6 2  Arkady Vyatchanin (RUS) 51.11
7 1  Cheng Feiyi (CHN) 51.81
8  Omar Pinzón (COL) DNS

Semifinal 2

Rank Lane Name Time Notes
1 4  Stanislav Donets (RUS) 49.62 Q, CR
2 6  Camille Lacourt (FRA) 50.53 Q
3 3  Aschwin Wildeboer (ESP) 50.90 Q
4 5  David Plummer (USA) 50.94 Q
5 2  John Tapp (CAN) 51.48
6 8  Nick Driebergen (NED) 51.86
7 7  Guy Barnea (ISR) 51.92
8 1  Masafumi Yamaguchi (JPN) 52.13

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4  Stanislav Donets (RUS) 49.07 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5  Camille Lacourt (FRA) 49.80
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 7  Aschwin Wildeboer (ESP) 50.04
4 3  Nick Thoman (USA) 50.38
5 8  Ryosuke Irie (JPN) 50.55
6 1  David Plummer (USA) 50.59
7 6  Jérémy Stravius (FRA) 50.79
8 2  Guilherme Guido (BRA) 50.91

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