Swimming at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' 50 metre breaststroke

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The men's 50 metre breaststroke heats and semifinals at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games took place on August 19 with the final on August 20 at the Singapore Sports School.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Ivan Capan
 Croatia
28.55
Silver Nicholas Schafer
 Australia
28.59
Bronze Razvan Tudosie
 Romania
28.69

Heats[edit]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Nicholas Schafer  Australia 28.82 Q
2 4 Vaidotas Blažys  Lithuania 29.74 Q
3 6 Sheng Jun Pang  Singapore 30.36 Q
4 7 Tarco Llobet  Bolivia 33.19 Q
2 Yao Messa Roger Amegbeto  Togo DSQ
6 3 Yun Ching Il  North Korea DSQ

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Razvan Tudosie  Romania 28.74 Q
2 4 Anton Lobanov  Russia 28.93 Q
3 3 Imri Ganiel  Israel 29.52 Q
4 6 Timo Vaimann  Estonia 30.37 Q
5 7 Mohamed Camara  Guinea 35.56 Q
6 2 Nts´Eke Setho  Lesotho 36.56 Q

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Ivan Capan  Croatia 29.15 Q
2 4 Ioannis Karpouzlis  Greece 29.17 Q
3 6 Flavio Bizzarri  Italy 29.41 Q
4 3 Vinicius Borges  Brazil 29.73 Q
5 7 Simon Beck  Liechtenstein 31.36 Q
6 2 Ian Nakmai  Papua New Guinea 32.06 Q
7 1 Joachim Ofosuhena-Wise  Ghana 36.80

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Nicholas Schafer  Australia 28.83 Q
2 5 Ivan Capan  Croatia 29.10 Q
3 3 Flavio Bizzarri  Italy 29.46 Q
4 6 Vinicius Borges  Brazil 29.75
5 2 Sheng Jun Pang  Singapore 30.11
6 7 Simon Beck  Liechtenstein 31.31
7 8 Nts´Eke Setho  Lesotho 35.57
1 Tarco Llobet  Bolivia DNS

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Anton Lobanov  Russia 28.87 Q
2 4 Razvan Tudosie  Romania 28.92 Q
3 3 Ioannis Karpouzlis  Greece 29.04 Q
4 6 Imri Ganiel  Israel 29.21 Q
5 2 Vaidotas Blazys  Lithuania 29.58 Q
6 7 Timo Vaimann  Estonia 30.75
7 1 Ian Nakmai  Papua New Guinea 31.66
8 8 Mohamed Camara  Guinea 35.17

Final[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 2 Ivan Capan  Croatia 28.55
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Nicholas Schafer  Australia 28.59
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3 Razvan Tudosie  Romania 28.69
4 5 Anton Lobanov  Russia 28.76
5 6 Ioannis Karpouzlis  Greece 29.05
6 7 Imri Ganiel  Israel 29.45
7 1 Flavio Bizzarri  Italy 29.56
8 8 Vaidotas Blazys  Lithuania 29.71

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