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

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Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Piscines Bernat Picornell
Date 28 July 1992 (heats & finals)
Competitors 77 from 57 nations
Winning time 49.02 NR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Alexander Popov  Unified Team
2nd, silver medalist(s) Gustavo Borges  Brazil
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Stéphan Caron  France
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Swimming events at the
1992 Summer Olympics
Swimming pictogram.svg
Freestyle
50 m   men   women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m women
1500 m men
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The men's 100 metre freestyle event at the 1992 Summer Olympics took place on 28 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  Matt Biondi (USA) 48.42 Austin, United States 10 August 1988
Olympic record  Matt Biondi (USA) 48.63 Seoul, South Korea 22 September 1988

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 10 3 Alexander Popov  Unified Team 49.29 Q
2 10 5 Gustavo Borges  Brazil 49.49 Q
3 8 4 Jon Olsen  United States 49.63 Q
4 10 4 Matt Biondi  United States 49.75 Q
5 9 4 Stéphan Caron  France 49.82 Q
6 8 6 Tommy Werner  Sweden 50.00 Q
10 2 Gennadiy Prigoda  Unified Team Q
8 9 7 Christian Tröger  Germany 50.05 Q
9 9 3 Raimundas Mažuolis  Lithuania 50.17 q
10 8 3 Chris Fydler  Australia 50.26 q
11 9 5 Nils Rudolph  Germany 50.29 q
12 9 6 Christophe Kalfayan  France 50.30 q
13 7 3 Ricardo Busquets  Puerto Rico 50.31 q
14 10 1 John Steel  New Zealand 50.59 q
10 7 Andrew Baildon  Australia q
16 8 5 Giorgio Lamberti  Italy 50.65 q, WD
17 10 6 Roberto Gleria  Italy 50.66 q
18 8 2 Håkan Karlsson  Sweden 50.73
8 8 Stephen Clarke  Canada
20 8 1 Béla Szabados  Hungary 50.78
21 9 2 Mike Fibbens  Great Britain 50.93
22 7 4 Rodrigo González  Mexico 51.04
23 6 1 Stéfan Voléry  Switzerland 51.05
24 10 8 Paul Howe  Great Britain 51.12
25 9 1 Emanuel Nascimento  Brazil 51.17
26 9 8 Franz Mortensen  Denmark 51.29
27 8 7 Uğur Taner  Turkey 51.34
28 7 5 Jarl Inge Melberg  Norway 51.39
29 7 6 Seddon Keyter  South Africa 51.42
30 1 2 Mladen Kapor  Independent Olympic Participants 51.44
31 7 1 Yoav Bruck  Israel 51.46
32 6 6 Indrek Sei  Estonia 51.47
7 2 Yves Clausse  Luxembourg
34 7 8 Tsutomu Nakano  Japan 51.63
35 6 5 Krzysztof Cwalina  Poland 51.70
36 6 7 Nicholas Sanders  New Zealand 51.77
37 6 2 Giovanni Linscheer  Suriname 51.82
38 5 7 Janne Blomqvist  Finland 51.86
39 6 8 Michael Wright  Hong Kong 51.88
40 6 4 Xie Jun  China 51.94
41 6 3 Darren Ward  Canada 52.05
42 5 4 Arthur Li Kai Yien  Hong Kong 52.22
43 5 1 Allan Murray  Bahamas 52.43
44 5 2 Stavros Michaelides  Cyprus 52.54
45 4 8 Shigeo Ogata  Japan 52.74
46 5 5 Ivor Le Roux  Zimbabwe 52.92
47 4 6 Enrico Linscheer  Suriname 52.94
48 5 6 Marc Verbeeck  Belgium 52.97
49 5 3 Sebastián Lasave  Argentina 53.07
50 4 5 Geribryan Mewett  Bermuda 53.14
51 3 4 Ian Steed Raynor  Bermuda 53.16
52 4 4 Mohamed El-Azoul  Egypt 53.31
53 4 3 Nikos Paleokrassas  Greece 53.47
54 3 5 Rhoderick McGown  Zimbabwe 53.65
55 5 8 Patrick Sagisi  Guam 53.90
56 4 1 Kenneth Yeo  Singapore 54.44
57 3 3 Plutarco Castellanos  Honduras 54.66
58 3 7 Gustavo Bucaro  Guatemala 54.74
59 2 6 Adrian Romero  Guam 54.77
60 3 6 Laurent Alfred  Virgin Islands 54.89
61 3 1 Helder Torres  Guatemala 55.38
62 4 7 Frank Leskaj  Albania 55.50
63 2 4 Émile Lahoud  Lebanon 55.51
64 1 1 Mouhamed Diop  Senegal 55.82
65 2 3 Hussein Al-Sadiq  Saudi Arabia 55.96
66 2 2 Ahmad Faraj  United Arab Emirates 56.05
67 2 5 Ivan Roberts  Seychelles 56.15
68 1 7 Bruno N'Diaye  Senegal 56.39
69 3 2 Jarrah Al-Asmawi  Kuwait 56.72
70 2 1 Mohamed Bin Abid  United Arab Emirates 56.82
71 2 7 Carl Probert  Fiji 57.25
72 1 4 Kenny Roberts  Seychelles 58.86
73 1 5 Foy Gordon Chung  Fiji 1:03.96
74 1 3 Ahmed Imthiyaz  Maldives 1:04.96
75 1 6 Mohamed Rasheed  Maldives 1:08.12
76 4 2 Nayef Al-Hasawi  Kuwait DNS
76 7 7 Peter Williams  South Africa DNS

Finals[edit]

[3]

Final B[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
9 2 Ricardo Busquets  Puerto Rico 49.92 NR
10 4 Raimundas Mažuolis  Lithuania 50.13
11 6 Christophe Kalfayan  France 50.49
12 3 Nils Rudolph  Germany 50.62
13 7 John Steel  New Zealand 50.69
14 5 Chris Fydler  Australia 50.78
15 8 Roberto Gleria  Italy 50.81
16 1 Andrew Baildon  Australia 50.93

Final A[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Alexander Popov  Unified Team 49.02 NR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Gustavo Borges  Brazil 49.43 SA
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2 Stéphan Caron  France 49.50
4 3 Jon Olsen  United States 49.51
5 6 Matt Biondi  United States 49.53
6 1 Tommy Werner  Sweden 49.63
7 8 Christian Tröger  Germany 49.84
8 7 Gennadiy Prigoda  Unified Team 50.25

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