Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay

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Men's 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
Venue Palau Sant Jordi
Dates July 28, 2013 (heats & final)
Competitors 68 from 17 nations
Winning time 3:11.18
Medalists
gold medal     France
silver medal     United States
bronze medal     Russia
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2013 FINA
World Championships

Barcelona, Spain
Diving
Individual
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Synchronised
3 m men women
10 m men women
High diving
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 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 28 July 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  United States (USA)
Michael Phelps (47.51)
Garrett Weber-Gale (47.02)
Cullen Jones (47.65)
Jason Lezak (46.06)
3:08.24 Beijing, China 11 August 2008 [3][4]
Championship record  United States (USA)
Michael Phelps (47.78)
Ryan Lochte (47.03)
Matt Grevers (47.61)
Nathan Adrian (46.79)
3:09.21 Rome, Italy 26 July 2009 [5]

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held at 12:18.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 1 4 Jimmy Feigen (48.39)
Anthony Ervin (47.38)
Ricky Berens (47.56)
Conor Dwyer (48.36)
 United States 3:11.69 Q
2 2 5 Andrey Grechin (48.07)
Yevgeny Lagunov (48.47)
Alexander Sukhorukov (48.11)
Danila Izotov (47.78)
 Russia 3:12.43 Q
3 1 5 James Roberts (48.57)
Kenneth To (48.05)
Matthew Targett (48.26)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (48.16)
 Australia 3:13.04 Q
4 2 4 Amaury Leveaux (49.14)
Fabien Gilot (47.62)
Grégory Mallet (48.64)
William Meynard (48.49)
 France 3:14.01 Q
5 1 6 Luca Leonardi (48.88)
Marco Orsi (48.06)
Michele Santucci (48.95)
Filippo Magnini (48.24)
 Italy 3:14.13 Q
6 1 7 Marcelo Chierighini (48.91)
Nicolas Oliveira (48.05)
Fernando Santos (48.43)
Vinícius Waked (49.02)
 Brazil 3:14.41 Q
7 1 3 Steffen Deibler (48.69)
Marco di Carli (48.91)
Christoph Fildebrandt (48.49)
Markus Deibler (48.61)
 Germany 3:14.70 Q
8 2 7 Shinri Shioura (49.00)
Kenji Kobase (49.67)
Takuro Fujii (48.80)
Kenta Ito (47.99)
 Japan 3:15.46 Q
9 2 6 Dieter Dekoninck (49.48)
Emmanuel Vanluchene (48.71)
Glenn Surgeloose (48.45)
Jasper Aerents (48.88)
 Belgium 3:15.52
10 1 2 Lü Zhiwu (49.11)
Lou Junyi (49.83)
Shi Tengfei (49.04)
Chen Zuo (49.34)
 China 3:17.32
11 2 3 Leith Shankland (49.96)
Chad le Clos (47.97)
Gerhard Zandberg (50.18)
Devon Myles Brown (49.80)
 South Africa 3:17.91
12 2 0 Doğa Çelik (49.64)
İskender Baslakov (50.07)
Furkan Marasli (51.15)
Kemal Arda Gürdal (49.14)
 Turkey 3:20.00
13 2 1 Jan Šefl (50.82)
Tomáš Plevko (49.35)
Martin Žikmund (50.79)
Martin Verner (49.16)
 Czech Republic 3:20.12
14 2 2 Joel Greenshields (50.49)
Thomas Gossland (50.03)
Luke Peddie (49.73)
Hassaan Abdel Khalik (49.99)
 Canada 3:20.24
15 2 8 Yang Jung-Doo (50.79)
Chang Gyu-Cheol (51.65)
Jeong Jeong-Soo (52.14)
Shin Hee-Woong (50.92)
 South Korea 3:25.50
16 1 1 Ahmed Akaram (52.05)
Marwan Ismail (51.04)
Mohamed Khaled (50.37)
Shehab Younis (52.79)
 Egypt 3:26.25
17 1 8 Aitor Martínez (49.72)
Markel Alberdi (49.94)
Juan Miguel Rando
Aschwin Wildeboer Faber
 Spain 99.99 DSQ

Final[edit]

The final was held at 19:34.[7]

Rank Lane Swimmers Nation Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 6 Yannick Agnel (48.76)
Florent Manaudou (47.93)
Fabien Gilot (46.90)
Jérémy Stravius (47.59)
 France 3:11.18
2nd, silver medalist(s) 4 Nathan Adrian (47.95)
Ryan Lochte (47.80)
Anthony Ervin (47.44)
Jimmy Feigen (48.23)
 United States 3:11.42
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Andrey Grechin (48.09)
Nikita Lobintsev (47.91)
Vladimir Morozov (47.40)
Danila Izotov (48.04)
 Russia 3:11.44
4 3 James Magnussen (48.00)
Cameron McEvoy (47.44)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (48.05)
James Roberts (48.09)
 Australia 3:11.58
5 2 Luca Dotto (49.17)
Luca Leonardi (48.08)
Marco Orsi (47.25)
Filippo Magnini (48.12)
 Italy 3:12.62
6 1 Steffen Deibler (48.43)
Markus Deibler (48.59)
Christoph Fildebrandt (48.42)
Dimitri Colupaev (48.33)
 Germany 3:13.77
7 7 Nicolas Oliveira (48.72)
Fernando Santos (48.98)
Vinícius Waked (49.19)
Marcelo Chierighini (47.56)
 Brazil 3:14.45
8 8 Shinri Shioura (48.69)
Kenji Kobase (49.09)
Takuro Fujii (48.60)
Kenta Ito (48.37)
 Japan 3:14.75

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ Abrahamson, Alan (11 August 2008). "Lezak's classic finish delivers gold". Beijing 2008. NBC Olympics. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  4. ^ Longman, Jere (11 August 2008). "As Swimming Records Fall, Technology Muddies the Water". New York Times. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  5. ^ Cowley, Michael (27 July 2009). "Thorpe's mark tumbles in night of world records". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 21 July 2013. 
  6. ^ Heats Results
  7. ^ Final Results

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