Swimming at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400 metre individual medley

Swimming at the 2003 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400 metre individual medley

Men's 400m Individual Medley
at the 2003 FINA World Championships
Dates27 July
Winning time4 minute 09.09 seconds
2003 FINA
World Championships

Spain Barcelona, Spain
1 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
3 m men women
10 m men women
Open water swimming
5 km men women
10 km men women
25 km men women
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
50 m men women
100 m men women
200 m men women
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 400 Individual Medley event at the 10th FINA World Championships swam on July 27, 2003 in Barcelona, Spain. Preliminary heats[1] swam during the morning session, with the top-8 finisher advancing to swim again in the Final[2] that evening.

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



Rank Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 Michael Phelps 4:09.09 WR
2 László Cseh 4:10.79
3 Oussama Mellouli 4:15.36
4 Tom Wilkens 4:16.06
5 Massimiliano Rosolino 4:17.30
6 Takahiro Mori 4:17.54
7 Brian Johns 4:20.27
8 Alessio Boggiatto 4:21.23


Rank Heat/Lane Swimmer Nation Time Notes
1 H6 L5 László Cseh Hungary 4:14.11 q
2 H7 L4 Michael Phelps United States 4:15.72 q
3 H5 L4 Takahiro Mori Japan 4:17.12 q
4 H7 L3 Tom Wilkens United States 4:17.21 q
5 H5 L3 Oussama Mellouli Tunisia 4:18.21 q
6 H5 L5 Brian Johns Canada 4:18.33 q
7 H6 L4 Alessio Boggiatto Italy 4:18.88 q
8 H6 L6 Massimiliano Rosolino Italy 4:19.50 q
9 H5 L8 Cezar Bădiță Romania 4:19.72
10 H6 L2 Robin Francis Great Britain 4:20.10
11 H6 L3 Justin Norris Australia 4:20.51
11 H6 L1 Ioannis Kokkodis Greece 4:20.51
13 H7 L2 Jun Yoshi Japan 4:20.52
14 H7 L1 Igor Berezutskiy Russia 4:20.61
15 H7 L6 István Batházi Hungary 4:20.67
16 H7 L5 Peng Wu China 4:20.92
17 H4 L5 Marko Milenkovič Slovenia 4:21.23
18 H5 L6 Dmytro Nazarenko Ukraine 4:21.74
19 H5 L1 Michael Halika Israel 4:21.76
20 H7 L8 Terence Parkin South Africa 4:22.34
21 H6 L8 Yves Platel Switzerland 4:23.16
22 H5 L2 Trent Steed Australia 4:23.29
23 H4 L7 Vytautas Janušaitis Lithuania 4:25.14
24 H4 L3 Thiago Pereira Brazil 4:25.32
25 H4 L4 Ioannis Drymonakos Greece 4:26.07
26 H6 L7 Carlos Sayao Canada 4:26.27
27 H5 L7 Dean Kent New Zealand 4:27.69
28 H4 L8 Paulius Andrijauskas Lithuania 4:27.80
29 H3 L4 Tao Zhao China 4:27.94
30 H4 L1 Alexei Zatsepine Russia 4:28.27
31 H3 L6 Shilo Ayalon Israel 4:28.37
32 H3 L5 Guntars Deicmanis Latvia 4:29.17
33 H3 L2 Carlo Piccio Philippines 4:30.19
34 H3 L3 Miguel Molina Philippines 4:32.27
35 H2 L4 Vladimir Labzin Estonia 4:33.26
36 H4 L6 Jan Vitazka Czech Republic 4:33.52
37 H3 L8 Yi-Khy Saw Malaysia 4:37.21
38 H4 L2 Mihail Alexandrov Bulgaria 4:37.90
39 H3 L7 Hocine Haciane Andorra 4:38.13
40 H2 L2 Jonathan Mauri Costa Rica 4:41.41
41 H2 L7 Rehan Poncha India 4:41.49
42 H2 L5 Marcos Burgos Chile 4:41.55
43 H1 L4 Kunakorn Yimsomruay Thailand 4:44.13
44 H2 L3 David Cartin Costa Rica 4:46.30
45 H2 L6 Yury Zaharov Kyrgyzstan 4:48.33
46 H1 L5 Dean Palacios Northern Mariana Islands 4:55.06
47 H1 L2 Roy Barahona Honduras 4:56.15
48 H2 L1 Vasilii Danilov Kyrgyzstan 4:57.90
49 H1 L3 Rony Bakale Congo 5:01.16
49 H1 L1 Seung Gin Lee Northern Mariana Islands 5:01.16
51 H1 L7 Hei Meng Lao Macau 5:10.29
- H7 L7 Nicolas Rostoucher France DQ
- - George Demetriades Cyprus DNS
- - Jean-Luc Razakarivony Madagascar DNS
- - Joao Matias Angola DNS
- - Chisela Kanchela Zambia DNS


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