Swimming at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

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Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships
Dates July 24, 2011 (heats and semifinals)
July 25, 2011 (final)
Competitors 83 from 66 nations
Winning time 58.71
Medalists
gold medal     Norway
silver medal     Italy
bronze medal     South Africa
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2011 FINA
World Championships

Shanghai, China
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
Team team
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 100 metre breaststroke competition of the swimming events at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships took place July 24 and 25. The heats and semifinals took place July 24 and the final was held July 25.

Records[edit]

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

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record
Championship record
Brenton Rickard  Australia 58.58 Rome July 27, 2009

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

83 swimmers participated in 11 heats, qualified swimmers are listed:[1]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 10 4 Alexander Dale Oen  Norway 59.71 Q
2 9 2 Glenn Snyders  New Zealand 59.94 Q, NR
3 11 4 Kosuke Kitajima  Japan 59.96 Q
4 10 3 Felipe França Silva  Brazil 1:00.01 Q
5 9 6 Fabio Scozzoli  Italy 1:00.14 Q
6 9 3 Mark Gangloff  United States 1:00.29 Q
7 11 3 Christian Sprenger  Australia 1:00.35 Q
8 9 4 Ryo Tateishi  Japan 1:00.37 Q
9 9 5 Hugues Duboscq  France 1:00.38 Q
10 11 5 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 1:00.39 Q
11 11 7 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 1:00.40 Q
12 10 8 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 1:00.41 Q
13 10 5 Brenton Rickard  Australia 1:00.48 Q
14 11 1 Hendrik Feldwehr  Germany 1:00.70 Q
15 10 7 Michael Jamieson  Great Britain 1:00.79 Q
16 10 1 Lennart Stekelenburg  Netherlands 1:00.86 Q
17 9 7 Roman Sludnov  Russia 1:00.91
18 11 8 Andrew Dickens  Canada 1:01.18
19 8 8 Dragos Arache  Romania 1:01.19
20 8 4 Igor Borysik  Ukraine 1:01.25
20 8 2 Mattia Pesce  Italy 1:01.25
22 10 2 Christian vom Lehn  Germany 1:01.26
23 8 6 Xie Zhi  China 1:01.30
24 11 2 Felipe Lima  Brazil 1:01.37
25 11 6 Mihail Alexandrov  United States 1:01.41
26 8 5 Kristopher Gilchrist  Great Britain 1:01.46
27 7 1 Jakob Sveinsson  Iceland 1:01.51
28 8 1 Valerii Dymo  Ukraine 1:01.52
29 7 6 Matjaž Markič  Slovenia 1:01.56
30 7 5 Laurent Carnol  Luxembourg 1:01.57
31 6 5 Čaba Silađi  Serbia 1:01.59
32 9 8 Anton Lobanov  Russia 1:01.64
33 7 3 Damir Dugonjic  Slovenia 1:01.69
34 10 6 Neil Versfeld  South Africa 1:01.72
35 5 8 Petr Bartunek  Czech Republic 1:01.75
36 7 4 Chen Cheng  China 1:01.81
37 6 3 Choi Kyu-Woong  South Korea 1:01.83
38 8 3 Vladislav Polyakov  Kazakhstan 1:01.85
39 7 7 Hunor Mate  Austria 1:01.88
40 6 6 Edgar Crespo  Panama 1:01.94
41 7 2 Ákos Molnár  Hungary 1:02.11
42 5 4 Carlos Almeida  Portugal 1:02.13 NR
43 8 7 Dawid Szulich  Poland 1:02.24
44 5 1 Miguel Ferreira  Venezuela 1:02.29 NR
45 4 3 Gal Nevo  Israel 1:02.32
46 6 7 Lovro Bilonić  Croatia 1:02.44
47 9 1 Barry Murphy  Ireland 1:02.50
48 5 5 Malick Fall  Senegal 1:02.55
49 5 6 Sandeep Sejwal  India 1:02.62
50 5 7 Tomas Klobucnik  Slovakia 1:02.69
51 6 1 Omer Aslanoglu  Turkey 1:02.71
51 6 8 Jakob Dorch  Sweden 1:02.71
53 4 4 Jorge Murillo  Colombia 1:02.73
54 6 2 Martti Aljand  Estonia 1:02.78
55 7 8 Panagiotis Samilidis  Greece 1:02.80
56 5 2 Genaro Britez  Paraguay 1:03.44
57 5 3 David Oliver Mercado  Mexico 1:03.57
58 6 4 Indra Gunawan  Indonesia 1:03.80
59 4 6 Amini Fonua  Tonga 1:04.02
60 4 7 Azad Al-Barazi  Syria 1:04.23
61 4 2 Nabil Kebbab  Algeria 1:04.50
61 4 1 Rodion Davelaar  Netherlands Antilles 1:04.50
63 3 5 Timothy Ferris  Zimbabwe 1:04.76 NR
64 4 8 Julian Fletcher  Bermuda 1:05.00
65 3 4 Diego Santander  Chile 1:05.72
66 3 3 Juan Guerra  El Salvador 1:05.88
67 3 1 Diguan Pigot  Suriname 1:06.00
68 3 8 Andrea Agius  Malta 1:06.13 NR
69 3 6 Mubarak Al Besher  United Arab Emirates 1:06.70
70 2 4 Jordy Groters  Aruba 1:06.88
71 3 7 Oluseyi Fatayi-Williams  Nigeria 1:07.57
72 2 5 Benjamin Schulte  Guam 1:07.62
73 2 6 Wael Koubrousli  Lebanon 1:09.11
74 2 3 Tarco Liobet  Bolivia 1:09.80
75 3 2 Shajahan Ali  Bangladesh 1:10.22
76 2 1 Mamitina Ramanantsoa  Madagascar 1:11.96
77 2 2 Indra Rakotondrazanaka  Madagascar 1:13.38
78 2 8 Mamadou Fofana  Mali 1:16.86
79 1 4 Fdingue Ekane  Cameroon 1:19.30
80 2 7 Ruslan Oliftaev  Tajikistan 1:25.82
81 1 3 Thierry Videgni  Benin 1:34.34
82 4 5 Mohammad Alirezaei  Iran DNS[1]
83 1 5 Mohamed Camara  Guinea DSQ
  • ^1 Mohammad Alirezaei pulled out of his heat because Israeli Gal Nevo was also scheduled to swim in the heat.[2] Iran does not recognize Israel as a country.

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held 19:06.[3]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 1:00.07 Q
2 3 Mark Gangloff  United States 1:00.19 Q
3 7 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 1:00.26 Q
4 6 Ryo Tateishi  Japan 1:00.36
5 8 Lennart Stekelenburg  Netherlands 1:00.50
6 4 Glenn Snyders  New Zealand 1:00.59
7 5 Felipe França Silva  Brazil 1:00.73
8 1 Hendrik Feldwehr  Germany 1:00.91

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Alexander Dale Oen  Norway 59.37 Q
2 5 Kosuke Kitajima  Japan 59.77 Q
3 3 Fabio Scozzoli  Italy 59.83 Q, NR
4 1 Brenton Rickard  Australia 1:00.04 Q
5 7 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 1:00.23 Q, NR
6 6 Christian Sprenger  Australia 1:00.44
7 2 Hugues Duboscq  France 1:00.56
8 8 Michael Jamieson  Great Britain 1:00.93

Final[edit]

The final was held 19:27.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Alexander Dale Oen  Norway 58.71 NR
2nd, silver medalist(s) 3 Fabio Scozzoli  Italy 59.42 NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 2 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 59.49
4 5 Kosuke Kitajima  Japan 1:00.03
5 6 Brenton Rickard  Australia 1:00.11
6 1 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 1:00.25
6 8 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 1:00.25
8 7 Mark Gangloff  United States 1:00.52

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke (heats)" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 2011-07-24. 
  2. ^ Myles, Stephanie. "The Warmup". The Gazette. Retrieved 29 July 2011. 
  3. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke (semifinals)" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 2011-07-25. 
  4. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke (final)" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 2011-07-25. 

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