Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 200 metre freestyle relay

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Men's 4×200 metre freestyle relay
at the 2007 FINA World Championships
Venue Rod Laver Arena
Date 30 March 2007
Teams 27
Winning time 7 minutes 3.24 seconds
Medalists
gold medal     United States
silver medal     Australia
bronze medal     Canada
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2007 FINA
World Championships

Melbourne, Australia
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 Technical Free
Duet Technical Free
Team Technical Free
Combination
Water polo

The men's 4×200 metre freestyle relay at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships took place on 30 March 2007 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. The top-12 finishers from this race qualified for the event at the 2008 Olympics. 27 teams entered and swam the event.

The existing records when the event started were:

Results[edit]

Finals[edit]

Place Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 United States USA Michael Phelps   (1:45.36),
Ryan Lochte   (1:45.86),
Klete Keller   (1:46.31),
Peter Vanderkaay   (1:45.71)
7:03.24 WR
2 Australia Australia Patrick Murphy   (1:48.55),
Andrew Mewing   (1:47.52),
Grant Brits   (1:48.21),
Kenrick Monk   (1:45.77)
7:10.05
3 Canada Canada Brian Johns   (1:48.46),
Brent Hayden   (1:46.59),
Rick Say   (1:47.59),
Andrew Hurd   (1:48.06)
7:10.70
4 United Kingdom Great Britain David Carry   (1:48.16),
Robert Renwick   (1:48.94),
Simon Burnett   (1:47.20),
Ross Davenport   (1:46.98)
7:11.28
5 Italy Italy Filippo Magnini   (1:47.66),
Andrea Busato   (1:50.21),
Nicola Cassio   (1:47.87),
Massimiliano Rosolino   (1:46.57)
7:12.31
6 Russia Russia Evgeny Lagunov   (1:48.82),
Andrey Kapralov   (1:48.86),
Nikita Lobintsev   (1:49.26),
Sergey Perunin   (1:47.92)
7:14.86
7 Japan Japan Takeshi Matsuda   (1:49.40),
Yuji Sakurai   (1:49.21),
Takamitsu Kojima   (1:50.10),
Daisuke Hosokawa   (1:48.75)
7:17.46
Poland Poland Paweł Korzeniowski   (1:48.43),
Michal Rokicki   (1:49.57),
Lukasz Giminski   (1:50.18),
Przemysław Stańczyk   (1:49.28)

Heats[edit]

Rank Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 United States USA Peter Vanderkaay,   Jayme Cramer,
Dave Walters,   Klete Keller
7:10.99 Q
Olympic
2 Australia Australia Kenrick Monk,   Andrew Mewing,
Grant Brits,   Nick Ffrost
7:14.84 Q
Olympic
3 Canada Canada Rick Say,   Brian Johns,
Andrew Hurd,   Brent Hayden
7:16.00 Q
Olympic
4 Italy Italy Massimiliano Rosolino,   Andrea Busato,
Christian Galenda,   Nicola Cassio
7:17.42 Q
Olympic
5 Japan Japan Takeshi Matsuda,   Yuji Sakurai,
Takamitsu Kojima,   Daisuke Hosokawa
7:17.45 Q
Olympic
6 Russia Russia Evgeny Lagunov,   Vitaly Romanovich,
Sergey Perunin,   Nikita Lobintsev
7:18.14 Q
Olympic
7 United Kingdom Great Britain Ross Davenport,   Andrew Hunter,
Robert Lang,   Robert Renwick
7:18.82 Q
Olympic
8 Poland Poland Paweł Korzeniowski,   Michal Rokicki,
Lukasz Giminski,   Przemysław Stańczyk
7:18.93 Q
Olympic
9 Germany Germany Paul Biedermann,   Stefan Herbst,
Benjamin Starke,   Lars Conrad
7:19.22 Olympic
10 France France Fabien Gilot,   Sébastien Rouault,
Nicolas Rostoucher,   Grégory Mallet
7:19.72 Olympic
11 Brazil Brazil Thiago Pereira,   Rodrigo Castro,
Nicolas Oliveira,   Armando Negreiros
7:20.00 Olympic
12 Greece Greece Andreas Zisimos,   Georgios Demetis,
Ioannis Giannoulis,   Nikolaos Zylouris
7:20.07 Olympic
13 China China ZHANG Lin,   ZHANG Enjian,
YU Chenglong,   CHEN Zuo
7:20.36
14 Portugal Portugal Tiago Venâncio,   Fabio Pereira,
Diogo Carvalho,   Adriano Niz
7:20.46
15 Netherlands Netherlands Olaf Wildeboer,   Bas van Velthoven,
Joost Reijns,   Mitja Zastrow
7:21.51
16 New Zealand New Zealand Moss Burmester,   Andrew McMillan,
Robert Voss,   Michael Jack
7:22.18
17 Austria Austria Dominik Koll,   Dinko Jukić,
David Brandl,   Florian Janistyn
7:22.58
18 Lithuania Lithuania Vytautas Janušaitis (NR),   Saulius Binevičius,
Paulius Andrijauskas,   Paulius Viktoravicius
7:25.37 NR
19 Croatia Croatia Dominik Straga,   Saša Imprić,
Mario Todorović,   Mario Delač
7:35.43
20 Chile Chile Giancarlo Zolezzi Seoane,   Maximiliano Schnettler,
Benjamin Guzman Blanco,   Salvador Mallat Arcaya
7:41.80
21 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Timur Irgashev,   Ibrahim Nazarov,
Petr Romashkin,   Danil Bugakov
7:47.20
22 Singapore Singapore Zhirong Bryan Tay,   Ju Wei Sng,
Wen Hao Joshua Lim,   Bing Ming Thum
7:52.17
23 Indonesia Indonesia Albert Cristiadi Sutanto,   Felix Cristiadi Sutanto,
Brian Howard Ho,   Andy Wibowo
7:52.81
24 Peru Peru Sebastian Jahnsen,   Gianmarco Mosto,
Oscar Jahnsen,   Jose Emmanuel Crescimbeni
7:55.97
25 United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Kieran Locke,   Josh Laban,
Kevin Hensley,   Morgan Locke
7:56.67
26 India India Rehan Poncha,   Ankur Poseria,
Amar Muralidharan,   Virdhawal Khade
8:01.49
27 Guam Guam Carlos Shimizu,   Celestino Aguon,
Hernan Bonsembiante,   Christopher Duenas
8:44.25

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