Swimming at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Piscines Bernat Picornell
Date 31 July 1992 (heats & final)
Competitors 103 from 23 nations
Winning time 3:36.93 =WR
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  United States (USA)
Jeff Rouse, Nelson Diebel, Pablo Morales, Jon Olsen, David Berkoff*, Hans Dersch*, Melvin Stewart*, Matt Biondi*
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Unified Team (EUN)
Vladimir Selkov, Vasily Ivanov, Pavlo Khnykin, Alexander Popov, Vladimir Pyshnenko*, Vladislav Kulikov*, Dmitry Volkov*
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Canada (CAN)
Mark Tewksbury, Jonathan Cleveland, Marcel Gery, Stephen Clarke, Tom Ponting*
*Indicates the swimmer only competed in the preliminary heats.
← 1988
1996 →

The men's 4×100 metre medley relay event at the 1992 Summer Olympics took place on 31 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  United States (USA)
David Berkoff (54.56)
Richard Schroeder (1:01.64)
Matt Biondi (52.38)
Chris Jacobs (48.35)
3:36.93 Seoul, South Korea 25 September 1988
Olympic record  United States (USA)
David Berkoff (54.56)
Richard Schroeder (1:01.64)
Matt Biondi (52.38)
Chris Jacobs (48.35)
3:36.93 Seoul, South Korea 25 September 1988

The following new world and Olympic records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
31 July Final Jeff Rouse  United States 53.86 WRBK
31 July Final Jeff Rouse (53.86)
Nelson Diebel (1:01.45)
Pablo Morales (52.83)
Jon Olsen (48.79)
 United States 3:36.93 =WR

BK – Backstroke lead-off leg

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rule: The eight fastest teams advance to the final (Q).[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 3 4  United States David Berkoff (55.05)
Hans Dersch (1:01.79)
Melvin Stewart (54.34)
Matt Biondi (48.66)
3:39.84 Q
2 3 5  Unified Team Vladimir Selkov (56.29)
Dmitry Volkov (1:01.87)
Vladislav Kulikov (54.43)
Vladimir Pyshnenko (49.63)
3:42.22 Q
3 1 4  Canada Mark Tewksbury (55.64)
Jonathan Cleveland (1:02.16)
Marcel Gery (54.14)
Tom Ponting (50.53)
3:42.47 Q
4 2 6  Germany Tino Weber (56.13)
Mark Warnecke (1:02.75)
Christian Keller (54.11)
Bengt Zikarsky (50.01)
3:43.00 Q
5 2 5  France Franck Schott (56.63)
Stéphane Vossart (1:02.50)
Franck Esposito (54.58)
Christophe Kalfayan (49.42)
3:43.13 Q
6 1 5  Hungary Tamás Deutsch (56.88)
Norbert Rózsa (1:01.18)
Péter Horváth (54.95)
Béla Szabados (50.60)
3:43.61 Q, NR
7 2 4  Australia Tom Stachewicz (57.17)
Phil Rogers (1:01.89)
Jon Sieben (54.73)
Chris Fydler (49.99)
3:43.78 Q
8 1 3  Japan Hajime Itoi (56.70)
Akira Hayashi (1:01.47)
Keiichi Kawanaka (54.56)
Tsutomu Nakano (51.15)
3:43.88 Q
9 3 3  Great Britain Martin Harris (57.45)
Nick Gillingham (1:01.63)
Richard Leishman (54.88)
Roland Lee (50.00)
3:43.96
10 3 6  Spain Martín López-Zubero (55.72)
Ramón Camallonga (1:03.02)
Jaime Fernández (54.60)
Carlos Ventosa (50.78)
3:44.12
11 3 2  Italy Emanuele Merisi (57.25)
Gianni Minervini (1:02.96)
Leonardo Michelotti (54.66)
Massimo Trevisan (49.43)
3:44.30
12 1 6  Puerto Rico Manuel Guzmán (57.50)
Todd Torres (1:02.49)
David Monasterio (56.48)
Ricardo Busquets (50.05)
3:46.52 NR
13 2 3  China Lin Laijiu (57.54)
Chen Jianhong (1:02.46)
Shen Jianqiang (55.06)
Xie Jun (51.79)
3:46.85
14 1 7  South Africa Seddon Keyter (58.44)
Kenneth Cawood (1:03.49)
Peter Williams (54.13)
Darryl Cronjé (50.80)
3:46.86 AF
15 1 2  Estonia Ilmar Ojase (57.24)
Marko Pachel (1:03.32)
Aldo Suurväli (55.57)
Indrek Sei (50.74)
3:46.87
16 2 2  Belgium Yasuhiro Vandewalle (56.65)
Frédérik Deburghgraeve (1:02.89)
Stefaan Maene (55.46)
Marc Verbeeck (52.64)
3:47.64
17 3 7  Norway Thomas Sopp (58.54)
Børge Mørk (1:05.08)
Trond Høines (57.27)
Jarl Inge Melberg (51.53)
3:52.42
18 3 1  Philippines Raymond Papa (57.86)
Patrick Concepcion (1:04.85)
Joseph Eric Buhain (55.95)
Leo Najera (54.98)
3:53.64 NR
19 2 1  Hong Kong Arthur Li Kai Yien (1:01.59)
Andrew Rutherfurd (1:04.87)
Duncan Todd (57.99)
Michael Wright (52.01)
3:56.46
20 2 7  Finland Jani Sievinen (1:13.02)
Petri Suominen (1:04.89)
Vesa Hanski (57.37)
Antti Kasvio (50.90)
4:06.18
21 2 8  United Arab Emirates Mohamed Bin Abid (1:08.88)
Obaid Al-Rumaithi (1:13.20)
Mohamed Khamis (1:02.51)
Ahmad Faraj (56.44)
4:06.18
22 1 7  Guam Patrick Sagisi (1:01.65)
Glenn Diaz (1:10.03)
Ray Flores (1:01.62)
Adrian Romero (54.68)
4:07.98
23 3 8  Guatemala Roberto Bonilla (1:04.65)
Helder Torres (1:12.87)
Gustavo Bucaro (1:00.12)
Andrés Sedano (55.01)
4:12.65

Final[edit]

[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4  United States Jeff Rouse (53.86) WR
Nelson Diebel (1:01.45)
Pablo Morales (52.83)
Jon Olsen (48.79)
3:36.93 =WR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5  Unified Team Vladimir Selkov (55.50)
Vasily Ivanov (1:01.59)
Pavlo Khnykin (53.56)
Alexander Popov (47.91)
3:38.56 EU
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3  Canada Mark Tewksbury (54.09)
Jonathan Cleveland (1:01.93)
Marcel Gery (53.72)
Stephen Clarke (49.92)
3:39.66
4 6  Germany Tino Weber (55.75)
Mark Warnecke (1:01.89)
Christian Keller (53.93)
Mark Pinger (48.62)
3:40.19 NR
5 2  France Franck Schott (55.46)
Stéphane Vossart (1:02.22)
Bruno Gutzeit (53.87)
Stéphan Caron (48.96)
3:40.51 NR
6 7  Hungary Tamás Deutsch (56.18)
Norbert Rózsa (1:00.84)
Péter Horváth (54.85)
Béla Szabados (50.16)
3:42.03 NR
7 1  Australia Tom Stachewicz (56.84)
Phil Rogers (1:01.31)
Jon Sieben (54.78)
Chris Fydler (49.72)
3:42.03
8 8  Japan Hajime Itoi (56.53)
Akira Hayashi (1:00.98)
Keiichi Kawanaka (54.32)
Tsutomu Nakano (51.42)
3:43.25

References[edit]

External links[edit]