Swimming at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

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Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Piscines Bernat Picornell
Date 26 July 1992 (heats & finals)
Competitors 61 from 47 nations
Winning time 1:01.50 OR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Nelson Diebel  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Norbert Rózsa  Hungary
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Phil Rogers  Australia
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The men's 100 metre breaststroke event at the 1992 Summer Olympics took place on 26 July at the Piscines Bernat Picornell in Barcelona, Spain.[1]

Records[edit]

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

World record  Norbert Rózsa (HUN) 1:01.45 Perth, Australia 7 January 1991
Olympic record  Steve Lundquist (USA) 1:01.65 Los Angeles, United States 29 July 1984

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Round Name Nationality Time Record
26 July Final A Nelson Diebel  United States 1:01.50 OR

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rule: The eight fastest swimmers advance to final A (Q), while the next eight to final B (q).[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 8 7 Dmitry Volkov  Unified Team 1:01.74 Q, NR
2 6 5 Akira Hayashi  Japan 1:01.76 Q
3 6 4 Nelson Diebel  United States 1:01.80 Q
4 7 4 Nick Gillingham  Great Britain 1:01.81 Q
5 7 3 Vasily Ivanov  Unified Team 1:01.91 Q
6 7 5 Adrian Moorhouse  Great Britain 1:02.09 Q
7 8 3 Phil Rogers  Australia 1:02.10 Q
8 8 4 Norbert Rózsa  Hungary 1:02.25 Q
9 8 5 Károly Güttler  Hungary 1:02.28 q
10 7 2 Mark Warnecke  Germany 1:02.48 q
11 6 7 Todd Torres  Puerto Rico 1:02.72 q, NR
12 8 6 Jonathan Cleveland  Canada 1:02.73 q
13 7 7 Stéphane Vossart  France 1:02.81 q
14 8 1 Chen Jianhong  China 1:03.08 q
15 6 3 Hans Dersch  United States 1:03.14 q
16 6 6 Gianni Minervini  Italy 1:03.23 q
17 7 6 Andrea Cecchi  Italy 1:03.28
18 5 6 Kenji Watanabe  Japan 1:03.29
19 5 3 Marko Pachel  Estonia 1:03.40
20 5 8 Javier Careaga  Mexico 1:03.45 NR
21 5 4 Ramón Camallonga  Spain 1:03.48
22 6 8 Mario González  Cuba 1:03.53
23 8 8 Sergio López Miró  Spain 1:03.69
24 6 2 Petri Suominen  Finland 1:03.75
25 6 1 Curtis Myden  Canada 1:03.80
26 5 5 Christian Poswiat  Germany 1:03.85
27 5 7 Kenneth Cawood  South Africa 1:04.02
28 5 2 Shane Lewis  Australia 1:04.17
29 4 8 Andrew Rutherfurd  Hong Kong 1:04.23 NR
30 5 1 Joseph Eric Buhain  Philippines 1:04.28
31 7 8 Christophe Bourdon  France 1:04.43
32 4 5 Radek Beinhauer  Czechoslovakia 1:04.88
33 3 5 Chris Flook  Bermuda 1:04.93
34 7 1 Frédérik Deburghgraeve  Belgium 1:05.10
35 3 4 Patrick Concepcion  Philippines 1:05.16
36 8 2 Nerijus Beiga  Lithuania 1:05.17
37 4 3 Børge Mørk  Norway 1:05.47
38 4 4 Gary O'Toole  Ireland 1:05.48
39 3 6 Alexandre Yokochi  Portugal 1:05.61
40 4 2 Gustavo Gorriarán  Uruguay 1:05.79
41 4 6 Ricardo Torres  Panama 1:06.05
42 3 7 Charalambos Panagidis  Cyprus 1:06.19
43 2 4 Jörg Lindemeier  Namibia 1:06.34
44 4 1 Lars Sørensen  Denmark 1:07.94
45 3 3 Chi Jia Han  Hong Kong 1:06.81
46 3 2 Bernard Desmarais  Mauritius 1:07.75
47 3 1 Abderzak Bella  Algeria 1:07.88
48 2 3 Christophe Verdino  Monaco 1:07.90
49 2 6 Roberto Bonilla  Guatemala 1:08.27
50 1 4 Danilo Zavoli  San Marino 1:09.65
51 2 7 Glenn Diaz  Guam 1:10.32
52 1 6 Obaid Al-Rumaithi  United Arab Emirates 1:12.77
53 2 2 Ayman Al-Enazy  Kuwait 1:13.49
54 1 3 Foy Gordon Chung  Fiji 1:13.51
55 2 1 Sergio Fafitine  Mozambique 1:13.76
56 2 5 Frank Leskaj  Albania 1:14.28
57 1 2 Mohamed Bin Abid  United Arab Emirates 1:15.12
58 1 7 Kenny Roberts  Seychelles 1:16.52
59 4 7 Pablo Minelli  Argentina DSQ
61 1 5 Mohamed Mukhesur Rahman  Bangladesh DNS
61 1 1 Mouhamed Diop  Senegal DNS

Finals[edit]

[3]

Final B[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9 4 Károly Güttler  Hungary 1:01.84
10 1 Hans Dersch  United States 1:02.39
2 Stéphane Vossart  France
8 Gianni Minervini  Italy
13 5 Mark Warnecke  Germany 1:02.73
6 Jonathan Cleveland  Canada
15 7 Chen Jianhong  China 1:03.00
16 3 Todd Torres  Puerto Rico 1:03.21

Final A[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 3 Nelson Diebel  United States 1:01.50 OR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 8 Norbert Rózsa  Hungary 1:01.68
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 1 Phil Rogers  Australia 1:01.76 OC
4 5 Akira Hayashi  Japan 1:01.86
5 2 Vasily Ivanov  Unified Team 1:01.87
6 4 Dmitry Volkov  Unified Team 1:02.07
7 6 Nick Gillingham  Great Britain 1:02.32
8 7 Adrian Moorhouse  Great Britain 1:02.33

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