Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

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Men's 4×100m Free Relay
at the 2005 FINA World Aquatics Championships
Dates July 24, 2005
Competitors 24
Winning time 3:13.77
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
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2005 FINA
World Championships

Montreal, Canada
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
Swimming
Freestyle
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
Backstroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
50 m men women
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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Synchronised swimming
Solo women
Duet women
Team women
Combination women
Water polo

The Men's 4×100 Freestyle Relay event at the 2005 FINA World Aquatics Championships was swum on July 24, 2005 in Montreal, Canada. 24 teams swam in preliminary heats in the day's morning session,[1] with the top-8 teams from the prelims advancing to swim again in the final heat in the day's evening session.[2]

At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championships (CR) records were:

Results[edit]

Final[edit]

Place Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 4 United States USA Michael Phelps (49.17)
Neil Walker (47.70)
Nate Dusing (48.97)
Jason Lezak (47.93)
3:13.77 CR
2 5 Canada Canada Yannick Lupien (49.88)
Rick Say (48.85)
Mike Mintenko (49.52)
Brent Hayden (48.19
)
3:16.44 NR
3 3 Australia Australia Michael Klim (49.75)
Andrew Mewing (49.04)
Leith Brodie (49.82)
Patrick Murphy (48.95)
3:17.56
4 2 Lithuania Lithuania Paulius Viktoravičius (50.49)
Vytautas Janušaitis (49.34)
Saulius Binevičius (49.28)
Rolandas Gimbutis (48.78
)
3:17.89
5 7 Sweden Sweden Jonas Persson (50.45)
Stefan Nystrand (48.58)
Lars Frölander (49.25)
Petter Stymne (49.67)
3:17.95
6 1 Germany Germany Stefan Herbst (49.83)
Jens Schreiber (49.41)
Leif-Marten Kruger (49.78)
Marco di Carli (49.10)
3:18.12
7 6 Russia Russia Andrey Kapralov (49.64)
Yevgeny Lagunov (48.89)
Denis Pimankov (49.92)
Ivan Usov (49.99)
3:18.44
8 8 Netherlands Netherlands Mark Veens (50.04)
Bas Van Velthoven (50.20)
Stefan Oosting (50.08)
Mitja Zastrow (49.02)
3:19.34

Preliminaries[edit]

Rank Heat+Lane Nation Swimmers (split) Time Notes
1 H2 L4  United States Ben Wildman-Tobriner (50.16),
Nate Dusing (48.92),
Garrett Weber-Gale (48.67),
Neil Walker (48.29)
3:16.04 q
2 H3 L3  Canada Yannick Lupien (49.71),
Rick Say (49.24),
Mike Mintenko (49.62),
Brent Hayden (48.23)
3:16.80 q
3 H2 L5  Australia Andrew Mewing (49.83),
Michael Klim (48.78),
Leith Brodie (49.81),
Patrick Murphy (49.21)
3:17.63 q
4 H3 L5  Russia Andrey Kapralov (49.60),
Evgeny Lagunov (48.55),
Denis Pimankov (50.05),
Ivan Usov (50.02)
3:18.22 q
5 H1 L3  Lithuania Paulis Viktoravicius (50.67),
Vytautas Janušaitis (49.22),
Saulis Binevicius (49.90),
Rolandas Gimbutis (48.78)
3:18.57 q
6 H2 L2  Sweden Jonas Persson (50.59),
Stefan Nystrand (48.79),
Lars Frölander (49.21),
Petter Stymne (50.02)
3:18.61 q
7 H1 L5  Germany Marco di Carli (50.43),
Leif-Marten Kruger (49.91),
Stefan Herbst (49.01),
Jens Schreiber (49.52)
3:18.87 q
8 H3 L4  Netherlands Mark Veens (50.33),
Bas van Velthoven (49.68),
Stefan Oosting (49.73),
Mitja Zastrow (49.19)
3:18.93 q
9 H1 L4  Italy Christian Galenda (49.79),
Michele Scarica (50.18),
Alessandro Calvi (49.64),
David Berbotto (49.51)
3:19.12
10 H2 L6  Japan Daisuke Hosokawa (50.20),
Yoshihiro Okumura (49.90),
Makoto Ito (50.64),
Hisayoshi Sato (48.53)
3:19.27
11 H2 L3  Ukraine Pavlo Khnykin (50.61),
Denys Syzonenko (49.99),
Oleksandr Volynets (50.74),
Yuri Yegoshin (49.55)
3:20.89
12 H2 L8  Slovenia Peter Mankoč (49.22),
Jernej Godec (50.14),
Jernej Mencinger (51.32),
Blaž Medvešek (50.30)
3:20.98
13 H3 L6  Algeria Nabil Kebbab (50.11),
Aghiles Slimani (51.47),
Mahrez Mebarek (51.25),
Salim Iles (49.63)
3:22.46 NR
14 H1 L6  Belarus Andrei Radzionov (51.46),
Yahor Salabutov (49.89 ),
Mikalai Hancharov (51.05),
Stanislav Neviarovski (50.51)
3:22.91
15 H3 L2  Czech Republic Martin Verner (50.81),
Lukas Harnol (50.85),
Martin Kresta (51.09),
Ondrej Broda (50.28)
3:23.03
16 H1 L2  Singapore Bryan Tay (52.36),
Jeffrey Su (54.43),
Gary Tan (52.64),
Mark Chay (52.21)
3:31.64
17 H2 L1  Kuwait Mohamed Madwa (52.82),
Mohamed Al-Naser (53.61),
Waleed Al-Qahtani (53.13),
Mansoor Al-Mansoor (53.25)
3:32.81
18 H2 L7  Barbados Martyn Forde (53.35),
Sean Dehere (53.58),
Shawn Clarke (54.03),
Terrence Haynes (52.43)
3:33.39
19 H3 L7  Uzbekistan Timur Irgashev (53.33),
Ibrahim Nazarov (54.69),
Sergey Tsoy (53.09),
Danil Bugakov (52.86)
3:33.97
20 H1 L7  Kenya Jason Dunford (52.30),
David Dunford (53.77),
Rama Vyombo (55.82),
Amar Shah (57.19)
3:39.08
21 H3 L1  Senegal Pape Madiop Ndong (57.82),
Khaly Ciss (54.37),
Madicke Mbengue (56.41),
Malick Fall (54.43)
3:43.03
22 H1 L1  Macau Kuan Fong Lao (54.74),
Chan Wai Ma (58.46),
Chi Lon Lei (57.05),
Wing Cheun Wong (53.05)
3:43.30
23 H3 L8  Mongolia Ganbold Urnultsaikhan (1:00.36),
Khurlee Enkhmandakh (1:05.56),
Bayarerdene Soninerdene (1:01.27),
Andrei Tamir (56.50)
4:03.69
- H1 L8  Virgin Islands Morgan Locke (53.88),
Josh Laban (52.57),
Kieran Locke,
Kevin Hensley
DQ

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