Swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre breaststroke

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Men's 100 metre breaststroke
at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Kazan 2015 - Victory Ceremony 100m breaststroke M.JPG
Victory Ceremony
Dates2 August (heats and semifinals)
3 August (final)
Competitors77 from 71 nations
Winning time58.52
Medalists
gold medal    Great Britain
silver medal    South Africa
bronze medal    Great Britain
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The Men's 100 metre breaststroke competition of the swimming events at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held on 2 August with the heats and the semifinals and 3 August with the final.[1]

Records[edit]

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

World record  Adam Peaty (GBR) 57.92 London, Great Britain 17 April 2015
Competition record  Brenton Rickard (AUS) 58.58 Rome, Italy 27 July 2009

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
2 August Heat 9 Adam Peaty  Great Britain 58.52 CR
2 August Semifinal 1 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 58.49 CR
2 August Semifinal 2 Adam Peaty  Great Britain 58.18 CR

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were held at 11:34.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 9 4 Adam Peaty  Great Britain 58.52 Q, CR
2 8 5 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 58.59 Q
3 9 2 Dmitriy Balandin  Kazakhstan 59.38 Q
4 7 4 Ross Murdoch  Great Britain 59.48 Q
5 9 5 Felipe França Silva  Brazil 59.56 Q
6 7 6 Hendrik Feldwehr  Germany 59.67 Q
7 9 0 Kirill Prigoda  Russia 59.81 Q
8 7 5 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 59.84 Q
9 9 1 Jake Packard  Australia 59.92 Q
10 7 3 Yasuhiro Koseki  Japan 59.93 Q
11 9 3 Cody Miller  United States 59.97 Q
12 7 7 Christian vom Lehn  Germany 1:00.01 Q
13 8 7 Nic Fink  United States 1:00.05 Q
14 7 1 Richard Funk  Canada 1:00.26 Q
14 9 6 Felipe Lima  Brazil 1:00.26 Q
16 8 6 Čaba Silađi  Serbia 1:00.35 Q
17 8 8 Damir Dugonjič  Slovenia 1:00.36
18 9 7 Glenn Snyders  New Zealand 1:00.44
19 6 4 Anton Sveinn McKee  Iceland 1:00.53
20 6 2 Vladislav Mustafin  Uzbekistan 1:00.63
21 6 7 Jorge Murillo  Colombia 1:00.67
22 8 3 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 1:00.71
23 9 8 Tomáš Klobučník  Slovakia 1:00.77
24 8 1 Giacomo Perez d'Ortona  France 1:00.80
25 8 0 Laurent Carnol  Luxembourg 1:00.82
26 6 5 Yannick Käser   Switzerland 1:00.94
27 7 2 Li Xiang  China 1:00.96
28 8 4 Christian Sprenger  Australia 1:01.13
29 8 2 Ryo Tateishi  Japan 1:01.26
30 6 0 Matti Mattsson  Finland 1:01.44
31 7 9 Carlos Claverie  Venezuela 1:01.63
32 6 3 Erik Persson  Sweden 1:01.75
33 8 9 Marcin Stolarski  Poland 1:01.98
34 9 9 Martti Aljand  Estonia 1:01.99
35 5 5 Youssef El-Kamash  Egypt 1:02.01 NR
36 6 1 Sandeep Sejwal  India 1:02.17
37 7 8 Lorenzo Antonelli  Italy 1:02.20
38 6 8 Alex Murphy  Ireland 1:02.22
39 6 9 Demir Atasoy  Turkey 1:02.35
40 5 2 Édgar Crespo  Panama 1:02.37
41 5 4 Joshua Hall  Philippines 1:02.40
42 5 6 Azad Al-Barazi  Syria 1:02.51
43 7 0 Panagiotis Samilidis  Greece 1:02.58
44 5 7 Renato Prono  Paraguay 1:02.69
45 4 4 Wong Fu Kang  Malaysia 1:02.89
46 6 6 Petr Bartůněk  Czech Republic 1:02.90
47 5 8 Lachezar Shumkov  Bulgaria 1:03.08
48 5 3 Nikolajs Maskaļenko  Latvia 1:03.21
49 4 3 Chao Man Hou  Macau 1:03.46
50 5 1 Dustin Tynes  Bahamas 1:03.50
51 4 8 Jordy Groters  Aruba 1:03.66
52 4 1 Julian Fletcher  Bermuda 1:03.80
53 4 2 Benjamin Schulte  Guam 1:03.84
54 5 9 Mauro Castillo  Mexico 1:03.91
55 4 9 James Lawson  Zimbabwe 1:04.03
56 4 6 Amini Fonua  Tonga 1:04.28
57 4 5 Malick Fall  Senegal 1:04.30
58 4 7 Anton Zheltyakov  Azerbaijan 1:04.45
59 3 3 Arya Nasimi Shad  Iran 1:05.86
60 3 4 Jesús Flores  Honduras 1:06.14
61 3 6 Ramazan Taimatov  Kyrgyzstan 1:06.49
62 4 0 Darren Chan  Mauritius 1:06.65
63 3 0 Adriel Sanes  Virgin Islands 1:07.19
64 3 5 Julian Harding  Malta 1:07.28
65 3 7 Alexander Axiotis  Zambia 1:07.29
66 3 8 Serginni Marten  Curaçao 1:07.34
67 3 9 Nazih Nazeyek  Jordan 1:08.22
68 3 2 José Alberto Quintanilla  Bolivia 1:08.36
69 2 5 Corey Ollivierre  Grenada 1:08.39
70 5 0 Mubarak Al-Besher  United Arab Emirates 1:09.08
71 2 6 Kaito Yanai  Northern Mariana Islands 1:09.59
72 2 2 Nikolas Sylvester  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1:13.12
73 2 4 Daniel Gill  Seychelles 1:14.02
74 1 4 Htut Ahnt Khaung  Myanmar 1:16.13
75 2 1 Kiran Karki    Nepal 1:18.21
76 2 8 Mocheta Makara  Lesotho 1:55.91
3 1 Markos Kalopsidiotis  Cyprus DSQ
1 3 Alhassane Fofana  Guinea DNS
1 5 Stephane Fokam  Cameroon DNS
2 3 Alassane Seydou  Niger DNS
2 7 Simanga Dlamini  Eswatini DNS

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were held on 2 August at 18:35.[3]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 58.49 Q, CR
2 6 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 58.96 Q, NR
3 3 Hendrik Feldwehr  Germany 59.63 Q
4 5 Ross Murdoch  Great Britain 59.75 Q
5 7 Christian vom Lehn  Germany 59.88
6 2 Yasuhiro Koseki  Japan 1:00.31
7 1 Richard Funk  Canada 1:00.43
8 8 Čaba Silađi  Serbia 1:00.62

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Adam Peaty  Great Britain 58.18 Q, CR
2 5 Dmitriy Balandin  Kazakhstan 59.39 Q
3 6 Kirill Prigoda  Russia 59.60 Q, NR
4 2 Jake Packard  Australia 59.66 Q
5 7 Cody Miller  United States 59.86
6 3 Felipe França Silva  Brazil 59.89
7 1 Nic Fink  United States 1:00.14
8 8 Felipe Lima  Brazil 1:00.19

Final[edit]

Adam Peaty after his win in final

The final was held on 3 August at 17:32.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Adam Peaty  Great Britain 58.52
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 58.59
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 8 Ross Murdoch  Great Britain 59.09
4 6 Dmitriy Balandin  Kazakhstan 59.42
5 1 Jake Packard  Australia 59.44
6 3 Giedrius Titenis  Lithuania 59.56
7 2 Kirill Prigoda  Russia 59.84
8 7 Hendrik Feldwehr  Germany 1:00.16

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