Swimming at the 2006 Asian Games – Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

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Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2006 Asian Games
Venue Hamad Aquatic Centre
Date December 5, 2006 (2006-12-05)
Competitors 62 from 15 nations
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
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The men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay swimming event at the 2006 Asian Games was held on December 5, 2006 at the Hamad Aquatic Centre in Doha, Qatar.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Arabia Standard Time (UTC+03:00)

Date Time Event
Tuesday, 5 December 2006 11:36 Heats
19:31 Final

Records[edit]

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

World Record  United States 3:12.46 Victoria, Canada 19 August 2006
Asian Record  Japan 3:19.20 Montreal, Canada 24 July 2005
Games Record  China 3:21.07 Busan, South Korea 2 October 2002

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

Rank Heat Team Time Notes
1 2  China (CHN) 3:23.35
Qu Jingyu 51.55
Cai Li 50.83
Chen Zuo 51.07
Huang Shaohua 49.90
2 2  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 3:24.45
Stanislav Kuzmin 50.77
Alexandr Sklyar 51.30
Vyacheslav Titarenko 52.03
Vitaliy Khan 50.35
3 1  Japan (JPN) 3:25.55
Yuji Sakurai 51.42
Hiroaki Yamamoto 51.62
Makoto Ito 51.30
Takamitsu Kojima 51.21
4 2  South Korea (KOR) 3:31.24
Chung Yong 54.16
Lim Nam-gyun 51.32
Sung Min 53.62
Han Kyu-chul 52.14
5 2  Philippines (PHI) 3:31.91
Kendrick Uy 52.94
Daniel Coakley 54.21
James Walsh 53.71
Miguel Molina 51.05
6 1  Uzbekistan (UZB) 3:32.37
Petr Vasiliev 53.82
Petr Romashkin 52.95
Danil Bugakov 52.72
Ravil Nachaev 52.88
7 2  Kuwait (KUW) 3:32.40
Mohammad Madwa 52.80
Waleed Al-Qahtani 53.24
Humoud Al-Humoud 53.16
Marzouq Al-Salem 53.20
8 1  Hong Kong (HKG) 3:33.03
Harbeth Fu 53.21
Philip Yee 53.65
Eric Chan 53.45
Macgyver Tse 52.72
9 1  Iran (IRI) 3:33.09
Emin Noshadi 53.65
Mohammad Bidarian 52.35
Pasha Vahdati 53.73
Soheil Maleka Ashtiani 53.36
10 1  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 3:35.76
Chen Te-tung 55.37
Tsai Kuo-chuan 53.87
Yuan Ping 53.67
Wang Shao-an 52.85
11 1  India (IND) 3:35.94
Virdhawal Khade 52.39
Rehan Poncha 55.63
Arjun Muralidharan 55.23
Ankur Poseria 52.69
12 2  Macau (MAC) 3:39.52
Victor Wong 53.80
Tang Chon Kit 56.31
Antonio Tong 56.62
Lao Kuan Fong 52.79
13 2  Kyrgyzstan (KGZ) 3:40.22
Vasilii Danilov 52.77
Pavel Kuleshov 57.78
Rashid Iunusov 56.07
Iurii Zakharov 53.60
14 2  Qatar (QAT) 3:43.28
Moyssara El-Aarag 55.30
Anas Abu-Yousuf 55.05
Osama El-Aarag 55.99
Ahmed Salamoun 56.94
15 1  Palestine (PLE) 4:07.17
Fadi Awesat 59.56
Wasseim Surey 1:01.77
Ahmed Al-Demery 1:04.45
Issam Halawani 1:01.39

Final[edit]

Rank Team Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s)  Japan (JPN) 3:18.95 AR
Takamitsu Kojima 50.43
Hiroaki Yamamoto 50.24
Makoto Ito 49.33
Daisuke Hosokawa 48.95
2nd, silver medalist(s)  China (CHN) 3:19.26
Huang Shaohua 50.53
Chen Zuo 48.73
Cai Li 49.73
Qu Jingyu 50.27
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  South Korea (KOR) 3:22.16
Han Kyu-chul 51.07
Sung Min 51.07
Lim Nam-gyun 50.34
Park Tae-hwan 49.68
4  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 3:23.09
Stanislav Kuzmin 50.87
Alexandr Sklyar 51.02
Vyacheslav Titarenko 51.41
Vitaliy Khan 49.79
5  Uzbekistan (UZB) 3:28.89
Ravil Nachaev 52.54
Petr Romashkin 51.84
Petr Vasiliev 52.80
Danil Bugakov 51.71
6  Philippines (PHI) 3:31.00
Miguel Molina 51.66
Daniel Coakley 54.00
James Walsh 53.03
Kendrick Uy 52.31
7  Kuwait (KUW) 3:32.98
Mohammad Madwa 52.97
Waleed Al-Qahtani 53.05
Humoud Al-Humoud 52.83
Marzouq Al-Salem 54.13
8  Hong Kong (HKG) 3:34.41
Harbeth Fu 53.29
Philip Yee 53.92
Eric Chan 53.41
Macgyver Tse 53.79

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