Swimming at the 1986 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre freestyle

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Men's 50 metre freestyle
at the 1986 FINA World Championships
Date 22 August 1986
Competitors 51 from 34 nations
Winning time 22.49 seconds
Medalists
gold medal     United States
silver medal      Switzerland
bronze medal     United States
1991 →

The finals and the qualifying heats of the men's 50 metre freestyle event at the 1986 World Aquatics Championships were held on 22 August 1986 in Madrid, Spain.

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1 Stefan Volery   Switzerland 22.62 CR
2 Tom Jager  United States 22.66
3 Ang Peng Siong  Singapore 22.71
4 Dano Halsall   Switzerland 22.83
5 Matt Biondi  United States 22.89
6 Gennadiy Prigoda  Soviet Union 22.98
7 Per Johansson  Sweden 23.03 NR
8 Jörg Woithe  East Germany 22.86
9 Hans Kroes  Netherlands 23.27
10 Greg Fasala  Australia 23.42
11 Franz Mortensen  Denmark 23.48
12 Nils Liedberg  Sweden 23.49
13 Andy Jameson  Great Britain 23.51
14 Patrick Dybiona  Netherlands 23.54
15 Matthias Lutze  East Germany 23.56
16 Blair Hicken  Canada 23.57 NR
17 Marcos Goldenstein  Brazil 23.59
17 Tzvetan Golomeev  Bulgaria 23.59 NR
19 Giovanni Franceschi  Italy 23.63
20 Sergey Smiriagin  Soviet Union 23.66
21 Andre Schadt  West Germany 23.75
22 Petr Kladiva  Czechoslovakia 23.80
23 Fernando Rodríguez  Peru 23.91 NR
24 Mark Foster  Great Britain 23.97
25 Matthew Renshaw  Australia 24.01
26 Jose Medina  Mexico 24.11
27 Cyro Delgado  Brazil 24.12
28 Regent Lacoursiere  Canada 24.13
29 Sergio Esteves  Portugal 24.15
30 Luis Manuel Martin  Spain 24.16
31 Yves Clausse  Luxembourg 24.32
32 Ka-sunori Fujiwara  Japan 24.36
33 Alexander Pilhatsch  Austria 24.40
34 Anthony Nesty  Suriname 24.45 NR
35 Antonio Portela  Puerto Rico 24.46
36 Hans Foerster  United States Virgin Islands 24.50 NR
37 Lyes Mahfoudia  Algeria 24.57 NR
38 Declan Connaughton  Ireland 24.61
39 Sadri Ozun  Turkey 24.64
40 Mohamed Yussef  Egypt 24.71 NR
41 Joaquin Herrero  Spain 24.73
42 Manuel Guzman  Puerto Rico 24.82
43 Harald Sinzinger  Austria 24.96
44 Juan Tavares  Dominican Republic 25.05
45 Ayman Nadim  Egypt 25.31
46 Lee Ta Lin  Chinese Taipei 25.32
47 Ronald Pickard  United States Virgin Islands 25.47
48 Mika Lohi  Finland 25.53
49 Chen Cheng I  Chinese Taipei 25.91
50 Michele Piva  San Marino 26.29
51 Daniele Piva  San Marino 27.11

B Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
9 Greg Fasala  Australia 23.01
10 Hans Kroes  Netherlands 23.31
11 Nils Liedberg  Sweden 23.53
12 Patrick Dybiona  Netherlands 23.55
13 Franz Mortensen  Denmark 23.71
14 Andy Jameson  Great Britain 23.73
15 Matthias Lutze  East Germany 23.74
16 Blair Hicken  Canada 23.78

A Final[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Tom Jager  United States 22.49 CR
2nd, silver medalist(s) Dano Halsall   Switzerland 22.80
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Matt Biondi  United States 22.85
4 Ang Peng Siong  Singapore 23.03
5 Stefan Volery   Switzerland 23.08
6 Per Johansson  Sweden 23.10
7 Jörg Woithe  East Germany 23.12
8 Gennadiy Prigoda  Soviet Union 23.27

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