Swimming at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Swimming at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Men's 200m Individual Medley
at the 2003 FINA World Championships
Dates24 July 2003 (prelims; semis)
25 July 2003 (final)
Winning time1 minute 56.04 seconds
Medalists
2005»
2003 FINA
World Championships

Spain 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
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
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 women
Duet women
Team women
Combination women
Water polo
Team men women

The Men's 200 Individual Medley event at the 10th FINA World Championships swam 24–25 July 2003 in Barcelona, Spain. Preliminary[1] and Semifinal[2] heats swam July 24; the Final[3] was July 25.

At the start of the event, the existing World (WR) and Championship (CR) records were both:

Results

Final

Place Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 Michael Phelps 1:56.04 WR
2 Ian Thorpe 1:59.66 NR
3 Massimiliano Rosolino 1:59.71
4 Jani Sievinen 1:59.98
5 George Bovell 2:00.06
6 Takahiro Mori 2:01.29
7 Kevin Clements 2:01.51
8 Brian Johns 2:01.62

Semifinals

Rank Heat/Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 S2 L4 Michael Phelps 1:57.52 q, WR
2 S2 L5 Massimiliano Rosolino 1:59.84 q
3 S1 L4 George Bovell 1:59.86 q
4 S2 L6 Takahiro Mori 2:00.29 q
5 S2 L8 Ian Thorpe 2:00.42 q
6 S1 L7 Brian Johns 2:00.98 q
7 S1 L5 Kevin Clements 2:01.04 q
8 S1 L6 Jani Sievinen 2:01.08 q
9 S1 L2 Cezar Bădiță 2:01.58 NR
10 S2 L2 Oussama Mellouli 2:01.64
11 S1 L3 Vytautas Janušaitis 2:01.67
12 S2 L3 Christian Keller 2:01.76
13 S2 L1 Robin Francis 2:01.89
14 S1 L8 Justin Norris 2:02.09
15 S1 L1 Peng Wu 2:02.38
16 S2 L7 Tamás Kerékjártó 2:02.81

Preliminaries

Rank Heat+Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 H11 L4 Michael Phelps United States 1:59.71 q
2 H08 L5 George Bovell Trinidad and Tobago 2:00.94 q
3 H11 L5 Massimiliano Rosolino Italy 2:01.24 q
4 H09 L3 Kevin Clements United States 2:01.43 q
5 H11 L2 Christian Keller Germany 2:01.90 q
6 H09 L1 Vytautas Janušaitis Lithuania 2:02.01 q
7 H11 L3 Takahiro Mori Japan 2:02.02 q
8 H10 L4 Jani Sievinen Finland 2:02.10 q
9 H10 L2 Oussama Mellouli Tunisia 2:02.19 q
10 H11 L8 Cezar Bădiță Romania 2:02.26 q
11 H09 L5 Tamás Kerékjártó Hungary 2:02.32 q
12 H09 L6 Brian Johns Canada 2:02.37 q
13 H10 L7 Robin Francis Great Britain 2:02.50 q
14 H09 L8 Peng Wu China 2:02.54 q
14 H10 L5 Ian Thorpe Australia 2:02.54 q
16 H10 L6 Justin Norris Australia 2:02.61 q
17 H09 L4 Alessio Boggiatto Italy 2:02.66
18 H08 L8 Thiago Pereira Brazil 2:02.67
19 H11 L1 Ioannis Kokkodis Greece 2:02.68
20 H08 L4 Alexei Zatsepine Russia 2:02.82
21 H10 L3 István Batházi Hungary 2:02.83
22 H11 L7 Jiro Miki Japan 2:02.89
23 H08 L3 Igor Berezutskiy Russia 2:02.90
24 H10 L1 Dean Kent New Zealand 2:02.92
25 H09 L7 Tao Zhao China 2:03.23
26 H07 L3 Guntars Deičmans Latvia 2:03.77
27 H07 L2 Sergiy Sergeyev Ukraine 2:04.13
28 H06 L4 Mihail Alexandrov Bulgaria 2:04.36
29 H08 L2 Krešimir Čač Croatia 2:04.46
30 H11 L6 Jens Kruppa Germany 2:04.73
31 H06 L5 Theo Verster South Africa 2:04.85
32 H06 L6 Marko Milenkovič Slovenia 2:05.17
33 H07 L4 Jan Vitazka Czech Republic 2:05.28
34 H07 L5 Carlos Sayao Canada 2:05.47
35 H07 L1 Yves Platel Switzerland 2:05.64
36 H08 L6 Terence Parkin South Africa 2:05.66
37 H08 L7 Michael Halika Israel 2:05.68
38 H06 L2 Miguel Molina Philippines 2:06.53
39 H06 L3 Paulius Andrijauskas Lithuania 2:06.95
40 H07 L7 Aleksandar Miladinovski Macedonia 2:07.33
41 H06 L7 Oleg Pukhnaty Uzbekistan 2:07.54
42 H05 L6 Malick Fall Senegal 2:07.65
43 H06 L1 Orel Oral Turkey 2:07.84
44 H07 L6 Andrew Bree Ireland 2:07.90
45 H05 L2 Raouf Benabid Algeria 2:09.82
46 H05 L4 Francisco Picasso Uruguay 2:10.25
47 H05 L1 Kunakorn Yimsomruay Thailand 2:11.05
48 H06 L8 Andrew Mackay Cayman Islands 2:11.15
49 H05 L7 David Cartin Costa Rica 2:11.31
50 H05 L8 Marcos Burgos Chile 2:11.86
51 H05 L3 George Demetriades Cyprus 2:11.87
52 H05 L5 Yi-Khy Saw Malaysia 2:11.88
53 H04 L4 Khaly Ciss Senegal 2:11.97
54 H04 L6 Rehan Poncha India 2:12.75
55 H10 L8 Dmytro Nazarenko Ukraine 2:14.05
56 H04 L3 Carlos Melendez El Salvador 2:14.80
57 H03 L3 Youssef Hafdi Morocco 2:14.81
58 H04 L1 Jonathan Mauri Costa Rica 2:14.92
59 H02 L4 Kevin Hensley Virgin Islands 2:15.74
60 H03 L2 Ranui Teriipaia 2:15.86
61 H03 L5 Dean Palacios Northern Mariana Islands 2:16.56
62 H03 L8 Roy Barahona Honduras 2:16.91
63 H04 L7 Obied Ahmed Al Jassimi United Arab Emirates 2:17.02
64 H02 L5 Kenny Roberts Seychelles 2:17.10
65 H04 L2 James Walsh Philippines 2:17.22
66 H03 L4 Sergey Tsoy Uzbekistan 2:18.65
67 H02 L7 Joao Matias Angola 2:18.77
68 H03 L6 Marc Dansou Benin 2:20.29
69 H03 L7 Seung Gin Lee Northern Mariana Islands 2:20.56
70 H02 L3 Fernando Medrano Nicaragua 2:24.61
71 H02 L1 Hei Meng Lao Macau 2:24.81
72 H03 L1 Daniel Kang Guam 2:25.12
73 H01 L6 Yann Lausan 2:27.33
74 H04 L5 Aung Kyaw Moe Myanmar 2:29.15
75 H01 L4 Kin-Vincent Duenas Guam 2:30.84
76 H01 L5 Chisela Kanchela Zambia 2:31.15
77 H01 L3 Muzeya Muzyamba Zambia 2:32.18
78 H02 L6 Ahmed Ouattara Zie Ivory Coast 2:40.79
- H08 L1 Diogo Yabe Brazil DQ
- - Peter Mankoč Slovenia DNS
- - Jean-Luc Razakarivony Madagascar DNS
- - Nuno Rola Angola DNS

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