Swimming at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' 50 metre backstroke

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Boys' 50 metre backstroke
at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics
Venue Natatorium
Dates 9 October (heats, semifinals)
10 October (final)
Competitors 26 from 25 nations
Winning time 24.40
Medalists
gold medal    Russia
silver medal    Italy
bronze medal    Norway
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The boys' 50 metre backstroke event at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics took place on 9 and 10 October at the Natatorium in Buenos Aires, Argentina.[1]

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The heats were started on 9 October at 10:38.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 4 Kliment Kolesnikov  Russia 24.74 Q
2 3 4 Wang Guanbin  China 25.93 Q
3 4 5 Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas  Norway 26.14 Q
4 2 4 Thomas Ceccon  Italy 26.24 Q
5 3 1 Anthony Rincon  Colombia 26.27 Q
6 4 2 Lewis Blackburn  Australia 26.29 Q
7 3 3 Sebastian Somerset  Canada 26.30 Q
8 2 1 Roni Kallström  Finland 26.32 Q
9 2 2 Akalanka Peiris  Sri Lanka 26.33 Q, NR
10 3 2 Guillermo Cruz  Mexico 26.35 Q
11 3 6 Chuang Mu-lun  Chinese Taipei 26.38 Q
11 4 3 Abdellah Ardjoune  Algeria 26.38 Q
13 3 5 Kenzo Simons  Netherlands 26.41 Q
14 2 3 Gábor Zombori  Hungary 26.44 Q
15 4 1 Arijaus Pavlidi  Lithuania 26.46 Q
16 2 5 Jack Kirby  Barbados 26.48 Q
17 4 6 Marvin Miglbauer  Austria 26.50
18 2 6 Srihari Nataraj  India 26.55
19 2 7 Alanas Tautkus  Lithuania 26.63
20 4 8 Ethan Harder  United States 26.84
21 4 7 Hendrik Duvenhage  South Africa 26.97
22 3 7 Manuel Martos  Spain 27.07
23 3 8 Brynjólfur Óli Karlsson  Iceland 28.09
24 1 5 Bede Aitu  Cook Islands 28.90
25 1 4 Finau 'Ohuafi  Tonga 29.26
26 1 3 Dennis Mhini  Tanzania 29.79

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were started on 9 October at 19:08.[3]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 2 4 Kliment Kolesnikov  Russia 24.56 Q
2 2 5 Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas  Norway 25.12 Q
3 2 1 Kenzo Simons  Netherlands 25.81 Q
4 1 5 Thomas Ceccon  Italy 25.98 Q
5 1 4 Wang Guanbin  China 26.05 Q
6 1 1 Gábor Zombori  Hungary 26.10 Q
7 1 3 Lewis Blackburn  Australia 26.17 Q
8 1 2 Guillermo Cruz  Mexico 26.20 Q
9 2 3 Anthony Rincon  Colombia 26.33
10 2 2 Akalanka Peiris  Sri Lanka 26.36
11 2 6 Sebastian Somerset  Canada 26.45
12 2 7 Chuang Mu-lun  Chinese Taipei 26.59
13 1 7 Abdellah Ardjoune  Algeria 26.64
14 1 8 Jack Kirby  Barbados 26.77
15 1 6 Roni Kallström  Finland 26.79
16 2 8 Arijaus Pavlidi  Lithuania 26.93

Final[edit]

The final was held on 10 October at 18:34.[4]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) 4 Kliment Kolesnikov  Russia 24.40
2nd, silver medalist(s) 6 Thomas Ceccon  Italy 25.27
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 5 Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas  Norway 25.28
4 2 Wang Guanbin  China 25.83
5 1 Lewis Blackburn  Australia 25.99
6 3 Kenzo Simons  Netherlands 26.26
7 8 Guillermo Cruz  Mexico 26.56
8 7 Gábor Zombori  Hungary 26.63

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Swimming – Competition Schedule" (PDF). buenosaires2018.com. 7 October 2018. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Semifinals results
  4. ^ Final results