Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre freestyle

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Men's 50 metre freestyle
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
VenuePalau Sant Jordi
DatesAugust 2, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
August 3, 2013 (final)
Competitors106 from 98 nations
Winning time21.32
Medalists
gold medal    Brazil
silver medal    Russia
bronze medal    Trinidad and Tobago
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The men's 50 metre freestyle event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 2–3 August at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and championship records were:

World record  César Cielo (BRA) 20.91 São Paulo, Brazil 18 December 2009 [3][4]
Competition record  César Cielo (BRA) 21.08 Rome, Italy 1 August 2009 [5]

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held at 10:00.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 11 4 Florent Manaudou  France 21.72 Q
2 11 5 César Cielo  Brazil 21.76 Q
3 9 7 Andriy Hovorov  Ukraine 21.80 Q, NR
4 9 6 Matthew Abood  Australia 21.84 Q
5 10 5 Anthony Ervin  United States 21.87 Q
6 10 4 Nathan Adrian  United States 21.88 Q
7 9 5 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.95 Q
8 11 6 Marcelo Chierighini  Brazil 22.01 Q
8 11 7 Krisztián Takács  Hungary 22.01 Q
10 10 7 Shinri Shioura  Japan 22.02 Q, NR
11 9 4 James Magnussen  Australia 22.04 Q
11 9 3 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.04 Q
13 1 1 Andrey Grechin  Russia 22.08 Q
14 10 3 George Bovell  Trinidad and Tobago 22.09 Q
15 11 3 Frédérick Bousquet  France 22.11 Q
16 10 8 Norbert Trandafir  Romania 22.25 Q
17 10 6 Adam Brown  Great Britain 22.30
18 9 2 Benjamin Proud  Great Britain 22.31
19 9 8 Ari-Pekka Liukkonen  Finland 22.38
20 10 9 Oussama Sahnoune  Algeria 22.41
21 11 2 Luca Dotto  Italy 22.45
22 8 7 Yang Jung-Doo  South Korea 22.48 NR
23 10 2 Marco Orsi  Italy 22.61
24 11 1 Kristian Golomeev  Greece 22.62
25 9 9 Christoph Fildebrandt  Germany 22.64
26 7 5 Mindaugas Sadauskas  Lithuania 22.69
27 7 6 Tomáš Plevko  Czech Republic 22.71 NR
28 10 1 Kenta Ito  Japan 22.77
29 11 0 Hanser García  Cuba 22.78
29 8 4 Sebastiaan Verschuren  Netherlands 22.78
31 8 9 Boris Stojanović  Serbia 22.81
32 7 3 Pjotr Degtjarjov  Estonia 22.84
33 10 0 Yoris Grandjean  Belgium 22.85
34 8 5 Doğa Çelik  Turkey 22.89
35 7 7 Oliver Elliot  Chile 22.90
35 7 0 Geoffrey Cheah  Hong Kong 22.90
37 9 0 Roy-Allan Burch  Bermuda 22.93
38 7 2 Elvis Burrows  Bahamas 22.98
39 8 3 Christopher Manning  Canada 22.99
40 8 1 Federico Grabich  Argentina 23.00
41 7 4 Alejandro Escudero  Mexico 23.07
42 8 6 Gabriel Melconian Alvez  Uruguay 23.11
43 8 2 Barry Murphy  Ireland 23.13
44 7 8 Triady Fauzi Sidiq  Indonesia 23.14
45 6 6 Sean Gunn  Zimbabwe 23.25 NR
46 8 8 Mohammad Madwa  Kuwait 23.34 NR
47 6 7 Anthony Clark  French Polynesia 23.47 NR
47 6 8 Allan Gutiérrez Castro  Honduras 23.47
49 7 1 Shehab Younis  Egypt 23.49
50 6 9 Vahan Mkhitaryan  Armenia 23.58
51 11 9 Lü Zhiwu  China 23.64
52 1 4 Bradley Vincent  Mauritius 23.82
53 6 5 Arsham Mirzaei  Iran 24.00
54 8 0 Virdhawal Khade  India 24.07
55 5 5 Mehdi El Hazzaz  Morocco 24.10
56 6 2 Matthew Zammit  Malta 24.11
57 5 3 Joshua Daniel  Saint Lucia 24.16
58 5 6 Rodrigo Suriano  El Salvador 24.32
59 2 1 Mahfizur Rahman Sagor  Bangladesh 24.39
60 5 8 Ahmad Attellesey  Libya 24.45
61 6 1 Davit Sikharulidze  Georgia 24.49
62 6 0 Sebastián Jahnsen Madico  Peru 24.54
63 6 4 Lei Cheok Fong  Macau 24.55
64 5 2 Adrian Todd  Botswana 24.65
65 7 9 Kirill Vais  Kyrgyzstan 24.69
66 4 4 Christopher Duenas  Guam 25.00
67 5 7 Ahmed Al-Dulaimi  Iraq 25.32
68 5 0 Niall Roberts  Guyana 25.33
69 4 3 Farhan Sultan  Bahrain 25.39
70 4 9 Kwaku Addo  Ghana 25.47
71 4 5 Christian Nikles  Brunei 25.52
72 5 9 Valdo Lourenco  Mozambique 25.58
73 4 1 Chris Regis  Grenada 25.61
74 4 2 Hilal Hemed Hilal  Tanzania 25.64
75 4 6 Suleyman Atayev  Turkmenistan 25.81
76 5 4 Mohammad Abdo  Palestine 25.85
77 1 7 Derek Dainard  F.S. Micronesia 25.99
78 3 5 J'Air Smith  Antigua and Barbuda 26.04
79 3 5 Giordan Harris  Marshall Islands 26.41
79 4 8 Pierre Tano  Ivory Coast 26.41
81 2 0 Ahmed Borhane  Djibouti 26.92
82 3 4 Folarin Ogunsola  Gambia 26.93
83 3 3 Umarkhon Alizoda  Tajikistan 27.14
84 3 1 Patrick Rukundo  Rwanda 27.27
85 9 1 Hem Thon Ponleu  Cambodia 27.34
86 2 3 Ibrahima Ela Camara  Guinea 27.46
86 3 7 Soulasen Phommasen  Laos 27.46
88 3 8 Robel Kiros Habte  Ethiopia 27.48
89 2 9 Adnan Mohamed Muthasim  Maldives 27.53
90 2 5 Nikolas Sylvester  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 28.25
91 4 7 Osman Kamara  Sierra Leone 28.30
92 3 0 Shawn Dingilius  Palau 28.38
93 4 0 Arnold Kisulo  Uganda 28.41
94 2 2 Carmel Bavuna  Burundi 28.42
95 3 2 Miraj Prajapati    Nepal 28.74
96 3 9 Yousef Al-Nehmi  Yemen 28.75
97 2 4 Abdelrahim Mohamed Abdelrahim  Sudan 28.78
98 2 6 Wilfried Tevoedjre  Benin 29.00
99 2 7 Moctar Albachir  Niger 29.05
100 11 8 Moise Ngondo  Democratic Republic of the Congo 29.08
101 1 2 Christian Nassif  Central African Republic 29.79
102 1 6 Emeric Kpegba  Togo 30.54
103 1 5 Tarnagda Hamadou  Burkina Faso 31.10
104 1 3 Boubou Togo  Mali 31.78
105 2 8 Kurt Oniange  Congo 33.15
5 1 Yellow Yeiyah  Nigeria DSQ
6 3 Omiros Zagkas  Cyprus DNS

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held at 18:38.[7]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 3 Nathan Adrian  United States 21.60 Q
1 4 César Cielo  Brazil 21.60 Q
3 7 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.67 Q, =AF
4 1 George Bovell  Trinidad and Tobago 21.74 Q
5 6 Marcelo Chierighini  Brazil 21.84
6 5 Matthew Abood  Australia 21.91
7 8 Norbert Trandafir  Romania 21.98 NR
8 2 Shinri Shioura  Japan 22.04

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Florent Manaudou  France 21.37 Q
2 3 Anthony Ervin  United States 21.42 Q
3 8 Frédérick Bousquet  France 21.62 Q
4 6 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.63 Q, NR
5 7 James Magnussen  Australia 21.79
6 5 Andriy Hovorov  Ukraine 21.96
7 1 Andrey Grechin  Russia 22.00
8 2 Krisztián Takács  Hungary 22.28

Final[edit]

The final was held at 18:09.[8]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 César Cielo  Brazil 21.32
2nd, silver medalist(s) 7 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.47 NR
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 8 George Bovell  Trinidad and Tobago 21.51
4 3 Nathan Adrian  United States 21.60
5 4 Florent Manaudou  France 21.64
6 5 Anthony Ervin  United States 21.65
7 1 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.85
8 2 Frédérick Bousquet  France 21.93

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Brazil's Cesar Cielo breaks 50m freestyle world record". France24. 18 December 2009. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Brazil Long Course Championships: Cesar Cielo Sets World Record". Swimming World Magazine. 18 December 2009. Archived from the original on 23 February 2013. Retrieved 16 November 2011.
  5. ^ "FINA World Championships, Swimming: Cesar Cielo is Sprint King With 50 Free Win, Meet Record". Swimming World Magazine. 1 August 2009. Archived from the original on 30 July 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  6. ^ Heats Results
  7. ^ Semifinals Results
  8. ^ Final Results

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