Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre individual medley

Men's 200 metre individual medley
at the 2007 FINA World Championships
VenueRod Laver Arena
Dates28 March 2007 (heats, semifinals)
29 March 2007 (final)
Competitors79
Winning time1 minute 54.98 seconds
Medalists
2009»
2007 FINA
World Championships

Australia Melbourne, Australia
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 Technical Free
Duet Technical Free
Team Technical Free
Combination
Water polo

The men's 200 metre individual medley (IM) at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships took place on 28 March (heats and semifinals) and on the evening of 29 March (final) at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. 79 swimmers were entered in the event, of which 74 swam.

Existing records at the start of the event were:

Results

Finals

Place Name Nationality Time Note
1 Michael Phelps  USA 1:54.98 WR
Splits: (24.96 / 53.58 / 1:27.47)
2 Ryan Lochte  USA 1:56.19
3 László Cseh  Hungary 1:56.92
4 Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:58.98
5 Brian Johns  Canada 1:59.46
6 Tamas Kerekjarto  Hungary 1:59.57
7 Vytautas Janušaitis  Lithuania 1:59.84
8 Dean Kent  New Zealand 2:00.73

Semifinals

Rank Swimmer Nation Time Note
1 Michael Phelps  USA 1:58.70 Q
2 Ryan Lochte  USA 1:58.48 Q
3 Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:58.65 Q
4 László Cseh  Hungary 1:58.66 Q
5 Tamas Kerekjarto  Hungary 1:59.51 Q
6 Vytautas Janušaitis  Lithuania 2:00.05 Q
7 Brian Johns  Canada 2:00.25 Q
8 Dean Kent  New Zealand 2:00.53 Q
9 Hidemasa Sano  Japan 2:00.57
10 Leith Brodie  Australia 2:00.77
11 Ken Takakuwa  Japan 2:00.81
12 Mihail Alexandrov  Bulgaria 2:01.83
13 Adam Lucas  Australia 2:02.33
14 Martin Liivamägi  Estonia 2:02.39
15 Ioannis Kokkodis  Greece 2:02.69
16 Andrey Krylov  Russia 2:02.92

Heats

Rank Swimmer Nation Time Note
1 Michael Phelps  USA 1:58.70 Q
2 László Cseh  Hungary 1:58.78 Q
3 Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:59.39 Q
4 Brian Johns  Canada 1:59.45 Q
5 Tamas Kerekjarto  Hungary 1:59.67 Q
6 Ryan Lochte  USA 1:59.92 Q
7 Vytautas Janušaitis  Lithuania 2:00.21 Q
8 Dean Kent  New Zealand 2:00.30 Q, NR
9 Ken Takakuwa  Japan 2:01.33 Q
10 Martin Liivamägi  Estonia 2:01.37 Q
11 Ioannis Kokkodis  Greece 2:01.47 Q
12 Hidemasa Sano  Japan 2:01.55 Q
13 Leith Brodie  Australia 2:01.66 Q
14 Mihail Alexandrov  Bulgaria 2:01.80 Q
15 Adam Lucas  Australia 2:02.10 Q
16 Andrey Krylov  Russia 2:02.30 Q
17 Alessio Boggiatto  Italy 2:02.41
18 Saša Imprić  Croatia 2:02.52
19 Gregor Tait  Great Britain 2:02.60
20 Dinko Jukić  Austria 2:02.84
21 Andre Schultz  Brazil 2:03.14
22 Gard Kvale  Norway 2:03.35
23 QU Jingyu  China 2:03.71
24 Miguel Molina  Philippines 2:03.73
25 Jeremy Knowles  Bahamas 2:04.20
26 Duarte Mourao  Portugal 2:04.27
27 Tomas Fucik  Czech Republic 2:04.92
28 Martti Aljand  Estonia 2:04.94
29 Ahmed Mathlouthi  Tunisia 2:05.34
30 Paulius Andrijauskas  Lithuania 2:05.59
31 Jens Thiele  Germany 2:05.83
32 Dmitriy Gordiyenko  Kazakhstan 2:06.59
33 Taki M'Rabet  Tunisia 2:07.04
ZHANG Zishan  China
35 Carlos Almeida  Portugal 2:07.14
36 Diego Bonilla  Colombia 2:07.26
37 Zhi Cong Lim  Singapore 2:08.60
38 Radomyos Matjiur  Thailand 2:08.78
39 Vasilii Danilov  Kyrgyzstan 2:08.94
40 Andrei Zaharov  Moldova 2:08.96
41 Francisco Picasso Risso  Uruguay 2:10.18
42 Malick Fall  Senegal 2:10.23
43 Albert Cristiaddi Sutanto  Indonesia 2:10.27
Rehan Poncha  India
45 Gianmarco Mosto  Peru 2:10.68
46 Iurii Zakharov  Kyrgyzstan 2:11.41
47 Juan Montenegro  Guatemala 2:11.98
48 Sobitjon Amilov  Uzbekistan 2:12.07
49 Youssef Hafdi  Morocco 2:12.51
50 Bing Ming Thum  Singapore 2:12.62
51 Morgan Locke United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands 2:12.78
52 Yu An Lin  Chinese Taipei 2:13.00
53 Shahin Baradaran Nakhjavani  Iran 2:13.30
54 Arjun Muralidharan  India 2:13.91
55 Carlos Eduardo Gil  Peru 2:14.11
56 Shohruh Yunusov  Uzbekistan 2:14.42
57 Diego Castillo Granados  Panama 2:15.28
58 Yousuf Alyousuf  Saudi Arabia 2:15.31
59 Amine Kouam  Morocco 2:15.71
60 Melvin Chua  Malaysia 2:15.84
61 Colin Bensadon  Gibraltar 2:16.12
62 Hong Nam Lei  Macao 2:19.07
63 Erik Rajohnson  Madagascar 2:20.78
64 Adil Baig  Pakistan 2:20.93
65 Eli Ebenezer Wong  Northern Mariana Islands 2:20.94
66 Hazem Tashkandi  Saudi Arabia 2:22.25
67 Fernando Medrano Medina  Nicaragua 2:22.67
68 Gavin Santos  Gibraltar 2:23.88
69 Yellow Yeiyah  Nigeria 2:26.31
70 Zane Jordan  Zambia 2:26.34
71 Jehad Al Henidi  Jordan 2:27.67
72 Eric Williams  Nigeria 2:28.70
73 Sadeq Damrah  Palestine 2:40.08
-- Wei Wen Wang  Chinese Taipei DQ
-- Celestino Aguon  Guam DNS
-- Amar Shah  Kenya DNS
-- Sohaib Kalali  Syria DNS
-- Pablo Marmolejo  Mexico DNS
-- Romanos Alyfantis  Greece DNS

See also

References

  • results from the 2007 World Championships. Published by OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the '07 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-11.
  • results from the 2007 World Championships. Published by OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the '07 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-11.
  • results from the 2007 World Championships. Published by OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the '07 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-11.

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