Swimming at the 2007 Pan American Games – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

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Swimming at the
2007 Pan American Games
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 women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women
Marathon
10 km men women

The Men's 4x100m Medley Relay event at the 2007 Pan American Games took place at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, with the final being swum on July 22.[1][2]

Medalists[edit]

Gold Randall Bal
Mark Gangloff
Ricky Berens
Andy Grant
 United States
Silver Thiago Pereira
Henrique Barbosa
Kaio Almeida
César Cielo
 Brazil
Bronze Matthew Hawes
Scott Dickens
Joe Bartoch
Adam Sioui
 Canada

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1 United States Randall Bal (53.83)
Mark Gangloff (59.54)
Ricky Berens (52.25)
Andy Grant (48.75)
3:34.37 CR
2 Brazil Thiago Pereira (55.44)
Henrique Barbosa (1:00.51)
Kaio Almeida (52.06)
César Cielo (47.80)
3:35.81
3 Canada Matthew Hawes (54.81)
Scott Dickens (1:01.41)
Joe Bartoch (52.22)
Adam Sioui (49.72)
3:38.16
4 Argentina Joaquín Belza (58.06)
Sergio Ferreyra (1:02.83)
Mariano Caviglia (56.01)
José Meolans (48.53)
3:45.43
5 Venezuela Albert Subirats (57.10)
Leopoldo Andara (1:06.75)
Octavio Alesi (52.74)
Luis Rojas (51.24)
3:47.83
6 Mexico Enrique Bayata (59.18)
Alfredo Jacobo (1:03.69)
Juan Veloz (54.71)
Juan Alberto Yeh (52.00)
3:49.58
7 United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Kieran Locke (59.44)
Josh Laban (1:06.90)
Morgan Locke (58.39)
Ryan Nelthropp (54.86)
3:59.59
8 Honduras Horacio Carcamo (1:04.53)
Roy Barahona (1:08.95)
Javier Hernández (58.22)
Juan Lagos (56.07)
4:07.77

Preliminaries[edit]

The heats was held on July 20.[3][4]

Place Country Swimmers Time Note
1 Canada Matthew Hawes (55.10)
Mathieu Bois (1:03.42)
Joe Bartoch (53.13)
Chad Hankewich (50.34)
3:41.99 Q
2 United States Peter Marshall (56.75)
Christian Schurr (1:02.60)
Pat O'Neil (52.83)
Alex Righi (49.96)
3:42.14 Q
3 Brazil Lucas Salatta (57.35)
Felipe Lima (1:03.24)
Gabriel Mangabeira (55.79)
Eduardo Deboni (51.34)
3:47.72 Q
4 Argentina Joaquin Belza (58.41)
Christian Soldano (1:04.73)
Mariano Caviglia (56.11)
Matias Aguilera (52.28)
3:51.53 Q
5 Mexico Enrique Bayata (1:00.12)
Alfredo Jacobo (1:04.42)
Juan Alberto Yeh (56.50)
Amauri Rodríguez (51.96)
3:53.00 Q
6 Venezuela Reymer Vezga (59.39)
Rohan Pinto (1:06.98)
Octavio Alesi (54.37)
Jesus Casanova (52.60)
3:53.34 Q
7 Virgin Islands Kieran Locke (1:01.61)
Kevin Hensley (1:07.48)
Morgan Locke (58.72)
Josh Laban (52.43)
4:00.24 Q
8 Honduras Horacio Carcamo (1:04.49)
Roy Barahona (1:10.46)
Javier Hernández (58.96)
Juan Lagos (56.35)
4:10.26 Q
9 Barbados Nicholas Neckles (59.22)
Andrei Cross (1:06.33)
Bradley Ally (59.40)
Shawn Clarke -
DSQ

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