Swimming at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

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Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay
at the Games of the XXII Olympiad
VenueSwimming Pool at the Olimpiysky Sports Complex
Dates23 July
Competitors62 from 13 nations
Teams13
Winning time7:23.50
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  Soviet Union
Sergey Kopliakov
Vladimir Salnikov
Ivar Stukolkin
Andrey Krylov
Sergey Rusin*
Sergey Krasyuk*
Yuri Presekin*
2nd, silver medalist(s)  East Germany
Frank Pfütze
Jörg Woithe
Detlev Grabs
Rainer Strohbach
Frank Kühne*
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Brazil
Jorge Fernandes
Marcus Mattioli
Cyro Marques
Djan Madruga
*Indicates the swimmer only competed in the preliminary heats.
← 1976
1984 →

The men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay event at the 1980 Summer Olympics was held on 23 July at the Swimming Pool at the Olimpiysky Sports Complex.[1]

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

World record  United States (USA)
Rowdy Gaines
Bruce Furniss
Bill Forrester
Bobby Hackett
7:20.82 West Berlin, West Germany 24 August 1978
Olympic record  United States (USA)
Mike Bruner
Bruce Furniss
John Naber
Jim Montgomery
7:23.22 Montreal, Canada 21 July 1976

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Heat Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 2  Soviet Union Sergey Rusin (1:52.55)
Sergey Krasyuk (1:53.09)
Yuri Presekin (1:52.21)
Ivar Stukolkin (1:51.54)
7:29.39 Q
2 1  East Germany Frank Kühne (1:54.18)
Detlev Grabs (1:53.68)
Frank Pfütze (1:52.46)
Rainer Strohbach (1:52.35)
7:32.67 Q
3 2  Brazil Jorge Fernandes (1:53.49)
Marcus Mattioli (1:52.76)
Cyro Delgado (1:53.20)
Djan Madruga (1:53.36)
7:32.81 Q
4 2  Australia Mark Tonelli (1:53.99)
Max Metzker (1:54.85)
Mark Kerry (1:53.47)
Graeme Brewer (1:51.75)
7:34.06 Q
5 2  Sweden Michael Söderlund (1:53.16)
Per-Alvar Magnusson (1:52.77)
Anders Rutqvist (1:54.43)
Per-Ola Quist (1:53.98)
7:34.34 Q
6 1  France Marc Lazzaro (1:54.19)
Dominique Petit (1:55.25)
Pascal Lagat (1:53.44)
Fabien Noël (1:51.93)
7:34.81 Q
7 1  Italy Federico Silvestri (1:56.74)
Raffaele Franceschi (1:53.38)
Andrea Ceccarini (1:54.15)
Paolo Revelli (1:52.70)
7:36.97 Q
8 1  Great Britain Douglas Campbell (1:53.99)
Mark Taylor (1:55.75)
Kevin Lee (1:54.27)
Andrew Astbury (1:53.35)
7:37.36 Q
9 2  Czechoslovakia Daniel Machek (1:55.10)
Miloslav Rolko (1:56.42)
Petr Adamec (1:55.59)
Radek Havel (1:55.07)
7:42.18
10 2  Spain David López-Zubero (1:53.50)
Ramón Lavín (1:55.10)
Juan Carlos Vallejo (1:57.99)
Juan Pablo Barro (1:56.10)
7:42.69
11 1  Netherlands Cees Vervoorn (1:55.16)
Peter Drost (1:56.79)
Cees Jan Winkel (1:56.94)
Fred Eefting (1:53.96)
7:42.85
12 1  Algeria Abdelhakim Bitat (2:03.87)
Reda Yadi (2:05.35)
Mohamed Bendahmane (2:07.81)
Mohamed Halimi (2:06.19)
8:23.22
2  Bulgaria Petar Kochanov
Krasimir Tumanov
Petar Stoyanov
Tsvetan Golomeev
DSQ

Final[edit]

Rank Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Soviet Union Sergey Kopliakov (1:50.00)
Vladimir Salnikov (1:51.09)
Ivar Stukolkin (1:52.04)
Andrey Krylov (1:50.37)
7:23.50
2nd, silver medalist(s)  East Germany Frank Pfütze (1:52.96)
Jörg Woithe (1:51.78)
Detlev Grabs (1:52.24)
Rainer Strohbach (1:51.62)
7:28.60
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Brazil Jorge Fernandes (1:52.61)
Marcus Mattioli (1:52.94)
Cyro Delgado (1:52.35)
Djan Madruga (1:51.40)
7:29.30
4  Sweden Michael Söderlund (1:52.54)
Pelle Wikström (1:52.70)
Per-Alvar Magnusson (1:53.01)
Thomas Lejdström (1:51.85)
7:30.10
5  Italy Paolo Revelli (1:53.14)
Raffaele Franceschi (1:51.56)
Andrea Ceccarini (1:54.91)
Fabrizio Rampazzo (1:50.76)
7:30.37
6  Great Britain Douglas Campbell (1:53.56)
Philip Hubble (1:52.96)
Martin Smith (1:52.69)
Andrew Astbury (1:51.60)
7:30.81
7  Australia Graeme Brewer (1:52.57)
Mark Tonelli (1:53.47)
Mark Kerry (1:52.64)
Ron McKeon (1:52.14)
7:30.82
8  France Fabien Noël (1:52.73)
Marc Lazzaro (1:53.79)
Dominique Petit (1:54.88)
Pascal Lagat (1:54.68)
7:36.08

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Games of the XXII Olympiad Moscow 1980 – Volume 3: Participants and Results". Fizkultura i sport. pp. 451, 471. Retrieved 23 November 2018.