Swimming at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

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The Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay event at the 2010 Commonwealth Games took place on October 9, 2010, at the SPM Swimming Pool Complex.[1]

Two heats were held, with containing nine countries. The heat in which a country competed in did not formally matter for advancement, as the countries with the top eight times from the entire field qualified for the finals.[1]

Heats[edit]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Lane Names Time Notes
1 2 South Africa
Charl Crous (56.22)
Cameron van der Burgh (1:03.65)
Sebastien Rousseau (54.43)
Jean Basson (51.00)
3:45.30 Q
2 4 Canada
Tobias Oriwol (58.21)
Robert Ford (1:06.48)
Stefan Hirniak (55.29)
Richard Hortness (49.91)
3:49.89 Q
3 3 Malaysia
I. Barr (58.21)
See Yap (1:05.03)
Daniel Bego (55.37)
Foo Jian Beng (53.28)
3:51.89 Q
4 5 Guernsey
Xander Beaton (1:01.74)
Thomas Hollingsworth (1:04.81)
Ian Powell (55.01)
Ian Hubert (53.22)
3:54.78 Q
5 6 Papua New Guinea
Peter Pokawin (1:07.27)
Adam Ampa´Oi (1:15.79)
Ryan Pini (55.33)
Daniel Pryke (56.94)
4:15.33

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Lane Names Time Notes
1 4 Australia
Ashley Delaney (56.15)
Christian Sprenger (1:02.15)
Geoffrey Huegill (54.69)
Kyle Richardson (48.92)
3:41.91 Q
2 5 England
Christopher Walker-Hebborn (55.85)
Daniel Sliwinski (1:03.05)
Antony James (55.43)
Adam Brown (50.31)
3:44.64 Q
3 2 Scotland
Craig McNally (57.22)
Lewis Smith (1:04.48)
Cameron Brodie (55.77)
Andrew Hunter (51.38)
3:48.85 Q
4 3 India
B. Melkote (59.63)
Sandeep Sejwal (1:02.42)
Virdhawal Khade (57.24)
Aaron Dsouza (50.20)
3:54.78 Q
5 6 Northern Ireland DNS

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Names Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Australia
Ashley Delaney (54.41)
Brenton Rickard (59.59)
Geoffrey Huegill (51.34)
Eamon Sullivan (47.81)
3:33.15 CG
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 South Africa
Charl Crous (55.89)
Cameron van der Burgh (59.60)
Chad le Clos (52.98)
Gideon Louw (47.65)
3:36.12
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 England
Liam Tancock (53.66)
Daniel Sliwinski (1:02.27)
Antony James (52.34)
Simon Burnett (48.04)
3:36.31
4 7 Canada
Tobias Oriwol (56.01)
Scott Dickens (1:00.33)
Stefan Hirniak (53.82)
Brent Hayden (47.45)
3:37.61
5 6 Scotland
Craig McNally (56.28)
Michael Jamieson (1:00.27)
Andrew Mayor (53.86)
Andrew Hunter (50.27)
3:40.68
6 2 India
B. Melkote (58.77)
Sandeep Sejwal (1:02.03)
Virdhawal Khade (54.36)
Aaron Dsouza (52.07)
3:47.23
7 1 Malaysia
I. Barr (58.28)
See Yap (1:04.36)
Daniel Bego (54.70)
Foo Jian Beng (51.36)
3:48.70
8 8 Guernsey
Xander Beaton (1:01.63)
Thomas Hollingsworth (1:05.06)
Ian Powell (55.10)
Ian Hubert (53.37)
3:55.16

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b [1]