Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay

Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 x 100 metre freestyle relay

Men's 4×100 metre freestyle relay
at the 2007 FINA World Championships
VenueRod Laver Arena
Date25 March 2007
Teams35
Winning time3 minutes 12.72 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 4×100 metre freestyle relay at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships took place on 25 March 2007 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. The top-12 finishers from this race qualified for the event at the 2008 Olympics. 35 teams entered in the event, of which 34 swam.

The existing records when the event started were:

Results

Final

Place Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 United States USA Michael Phelps   (48.42),
Neil Walker   (48.31),
Cullen Jones   (48.67),
Jason Lezak   (47.32)
3:12.72 CR
2 Italy Italy Massimiliano Rosolino   (49.35),
Alessandro Calvi   (49.06),
Christian Galenda   (48.45),
Filippo Magnini   (47.18)
3:14.04
3 France France Fabien Gilot   (49.18),
Frédérick Bousquet   (48.48),
Julien Sicot   (48.84),
Alain Bernard   (48.18)
3:14.68
4 South Africa South Africa Ryk Neethling   (49.17),
Lyndon Ferns   (48.46),
Gerhard Zandberg   (49.16),
Roland Schoeman   (47.98)
3:14.77
5 Australia Australia Eamon Sullivan   (48.88),
Ashley Callus   (48.86),
Andrew Lauterstein   (49.17),
Kenrick Monk   (48.98)
3:15.89
6 Sweden Sweden Petter Stymne   (49.78),
Stefan Nystrand   (48.17),
Lars Frölander   (48.71),
Christoffer Wikström   (49.43)
3:16.09
7 Canada Canada Brent Hayden   (48.55),
Matt Rose   (49.42),
Rick Say   (48.88),
Joel Greenshields   (50.06)
3:16.91
8 Brazil Brazil César Cielo   (48.63),
Nicolas Oliveira   (48.82),
Rodrigo Castro   (49.45),
Thiago Pereira   (50.13)
3:17.03 SA

Heats

Rank Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 Italy Italy Lorenzo Vismara,   Christian Galenda,
Alessandro Calvi,   Filippo Magnini
3:15.83 Q
Olympic
2 Sweden Sweden Petter Stymne,   Stefan Nystrand,
Christoffer Wikström,   Marcus Piehl
3:16.16 Q
Olympic
3 United States USA Garrett Weber-Gale,   Ben Wildman-Tobriner,
Cullen Jones,   Neil Walker
3:16.43 Q
Olympic
4 Australia Australia Eamon Sullivan,   Michael Klim,
Patrick Murphy,   Kenrick Monk
3:16.46 Q
Olympic
5 France France Fabien Gilot,   Grégory Mallet,
Julien Sicot,   Amaury Leveaux
3:16.51 Q
Olympic
6 Canada Canada Rick Say,   Matt Rose,
Joel Greenshields,   Brent Hayden
3:17.38 Q
Olympic
7 Brazil Brazil César Cielo,   Nicolas Oliveira,
Eduardo Deboni,   Rodrigo Castro
3:18.00 Q
Olympic
8 South Africa South Africa Ryk Neethling,   Lyndon Ferns,
Gerhard Zandberg,   Jean Basson
3:18.15 Q
Olympic
9 United Kingdom Great Britain Chris Cozens,   Simon Burnett,
Ross Davenport,   Ben Hockin
3:18.96 Olympic
10 Germany Germany Jens Schreiber,   Michael Schubert,
Jens Thiele,   Lars Conrad
3:19.00 Olympic
11 Switzerland Switzerland Dominik Meichtry,   Karel Novy,
Alessandro Gaffuri,   Flori Lang
3:19.22 Olympic
12 Japan Japan Takamitsu Kojima,   Makoto Ito,
Hiroaki Yamamoto,   Daisuke Hosokawa
3:19.70 Olympic
13 Croatia Croatia Bruno Barbic,   Mario Todorovic,
Mario Delač,   Igor Čerenšek
3:20.53
14 Venezuela Venezuela Luis Rojas,   Octavio Alesi,
Crox Acuña,   Albert Subirats
3:21.21
15 China China HUANG Shaohua,   CAI Li,
LU Zhiwu,   CHEN Zuo
3:21.26
16 New Zealand New Zealand Cameron Gibson,   Robert Voss,
Mark Herring,   Michael Jack
3:21.73
17 Uruguay Uruguay Paul Kutscher,   Gabriel Melconian,
Francisco Picasso,   Martín Kutscher
3:22.13
18 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Stanislav Kuzmin,   Alaxandr Sklyar,
Vitaliy Khan,   Vyacheslav Titarenko
3:23.11
19 India India Ankur Poseria,   Arjun Muralidharan,
Sandeep Nagar Anthal,   Virdhawal Khade
3:32.51
20 Kenya Kenya Jason Dunford,   David Dunford,
Rama Vyombo,   Amar Shah
3:32.60
21 Indonesia Indonesia Brian Howard Ho,   Albert Cristiadi Sutanto,
Felix Cristiadi Sutanto,   Andy Wibowo
3:34.26
22 United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Keiran Locke,   Morgan Locke,
Kevin Hensley,   Josh Laban
3:34.92
23 Peru Peru Nikola Ustadvich,   Jose Emmanuel Crescimbeni,
Oscar Jahnsen,   Sebastian Jahnsen
3:35.63
24 Macau Macau Wing Cheung Victor Wong,   Wui Chon Cheong,
Kin Wa Cheong,   Hong Name Lei
3:46.10
25 Guam Guam Carlos Shimizu,   Celestino Aguon,
Hernan Bonsembiante,   Christopher Duenas
3:50.46
26 Guyana Guyana Onan Thom,   Niall Roberts,
Jamaal Sobers,   Yannick Roberts
3:55.87
27 Thailand Thailand Suriya Suksuphak,   Radomyos Matjiur,
Arwut Chinnapasaen,   Tharnawat Thanakornworakiart
3:56.05
28 Mongolia Mongolia Batchuluun Mendbayar,   Battushig Enkhtaivan,
Butekhuils Boldbaatar,   Tamir Andrei
3:56.81
29 Lesotho Lesotho Thabiso Baholo (1:22.22),   Lehlohonolo Moromella (1:34.45),
Boipelo Makhothi (1:18.30),   Seele Benjamin Ntai (1:27.99)
5:42.96
-- Nigeria Nigeria DNS
-- Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Ravil Nachaev, Sergey Tsoy,
Petr Romashkin, Danil Bugakov
DQ
-- Russia Russia Andrey Grechin, Andrey Kapralov,
Sergey Fesikov, Evgeny Lagunov
DQ
-- Lithuania Lithuania Rolandas Gimbutis, Saulius Binevičius,
Paulius Viktoravicius, Vytautas Janušaitis
DQ
-- Singapore Singapore Shirong Jeffrey Su, Quee Lim Ernest Teo,
Bing Ming Thum, Kai Yi Russell Ong
DQ
-- Ukraine Ukraine Andriy Serdinov, Oleksandr Tsepukh,
Oleksandr Isakov, Yuriy Yegoshin
DQ

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.

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