Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay

Swimming at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay

Men's 4×200 metre freestyle relay
at the 2007 FINA World Championships
VenueRod Laver Arena
Date30 March 2007
Teams27
Winning time7 minutes 3.24 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 4×200 metre freestyle relay at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships took place on 30 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. 27 teams entered and swam the event.

The existing records when the event started were:

Results

Finals

Place Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 United States USA Michael Phelps   (1:45.36),
Ryan Lochte   (1:45.86),
Klete Keller   (1:46.31),
Peter Vanderkaay   (1:45.71)
7:03.24 WR
2 Australia Australia Patrick Murphy   (1:48.55),
Andrew Mewing   (1:47.52),
Grant Brits   (1:48.21),
Kenrick Monk   (1:45.77)
7:10.05
3 Canada Canada Brian Johns   (1:48.46),
Brent Hayden   (1:46.59),
Rick Say   (1:47.59),
Andrew Hurd   (1:48.06)
7:10.70
4 United Kingdom Great Britain David Carry   (1:48.16),
Robert Renwick   (1:48.94),
Simon Burnett   (1:47.20),
Ross Davenport   (1:46.98)
7:11.28
5 Italy Italy Filippo Magnini   (1:47.66),
Andrea Busato   (1:50.21),
Nicola Cassio   (1:47.87),
Massimiliano Rosolino   (1:46.57)
7:12.31
6 Russia Russia Evgeny Lagunov   (1:48.82),
Andrey Kapralov   (1:48.86),
Nikita Lobintsev   (1:49.26),
Sergey Perunin   (1:47.92)
7:14.86
7 Japan Japan Takeshi Matsuda   (1:49.40),
Yuji Sakurai   (1:49.21),
Takamitsu Kojima   (1:50.10),
Daisuke Hosokawa   (1:48.75)
7:17.46
Poland Poland Paweł Korzeniowski   (1:48.43),
Michal Rokicki   (1:49.57),
Lukasz Giminski   (1:50.18),
Przemysław Stańczyk   (1:49.28)

Heats

Rank Nation Swimmers Time Note
1 United States USA Peter Vanderkaay,   Jayme Cramer,
Dave Walters,   Klete Keller
7:10.99 Q
Olympic
2 Australia Australia Kenrick Monk,   Andrew Mewing,
Grant Brits,   Nick Ffrost
7:14.84 Q
Olympic
3 Canada Canada Rick Say,   Brian Johns,
Andrew Hurd,   Brent Hayden
7:16.00 Q
Olympic
4 Italy Italy Massimiliano Rosolino,   Andrea Busato,
Christian Galenda,   Nicola Cassio
7:17.42 Q
Olympic
5 Japan Japan Takeshi Matsuda,   Yuji Sakurai,
Takamitsu Kojima,   Daisuke Hosokawa
7:17.45 Q
Olympic
6 Russia Russia Evgeny Lagunov,   Vitaly Romanovich,
Sergey Perunin,   Nikita Lobintsev
7:18.14 Q
Olympic
7 United Kingdom Great Britain Ross Davenport,   Andrew Hunter,
Robert Lang,   Robert Renwick
7:18.82 Q
Olympic
8 Poland Poland Paweł Korzeniowski,   Michal Rokicki,
Lukasz Giminski,   Przemysław Stańczyk
7:18.93 Q
Olympic
9 Germany Germany Paul Biedermann,   Stefan Herbst,
Benjamin Starke,   Lars Conrad
7:19.22 Olympic
10 France France Fabien Gilot,   Sébastien Rouault,
Nicolas Rostoucher,   Grégory Mallet
7:19.72 Olympic
11 Brazil Brazil Thiago Pereira,   Rodrigo Castro,
Nicolas Oliveira,   Armando Negreiros
7:20.00 Olympic
12 Greece Greece Andreas Zisimos,   Georgios Demetis,
Ioannis Giannoulis,   Nikolaos Zylouris
7:20.07 Olympic
13 China China ZHANG Lin,   ZHANG Enjian,
YU Chenglong,   CHEN Zuo
7:20.36
14 Portugal Portugal Tiago Venâncio,   Fabio Pereira,
Diogo Carvalho,   Adriano Niz
7:20.46
15 Netherlands Netherlands Olaf Wildeboer,   Bas van Velthoven,
Joost Reijns,   Mitja Zastrow
7:21.51
16 New Zealand New Zealand Moss Burmester,   Andrew McMillan,
Robert Voss,   Michael Jack
7:22.18
17 Austria Austria Dominik Koll,   Dinko Jukić,
David Brandl,   Florian Janistyn
7:22.58
18 Lithuania Lithuania Vytautas Janušaitis (NR),   Saulius Binevičius,
Paulius Andrijauskas,   Paulius Viktoravicius
7:25.37 NR
19 Croatia Croatia Dominik Straga,   Saša Imprić,
Mario Todorović,   Mario Delač
7:35.43
20 Chile Chile Giancarlo Zolezzi Seoane,   Maximiliano Schnettler,
Benjamin Guzman Blanco,   Salvador Mallat Arcaya
7:41.80
21 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Timur Irgashev,   Ibrahim Nazarov,
Petr Romashkin,   Danil Bugakov
7:47.20
22 Singapore Singapore Zhirong Bryan Tay,   Ju Wei Sng,
Wen Hao Joshua Lim,   Bing Ming Thum
7:52.17
23 Indonesia Indonesia Albert Cristiadi Sutanto,   Felix Cristiadi Sutanto,
Brian Howard Ho,   Andy Wibowo
7:52.81
24 Peru Peru Sebastian Jahnsen,   Gianmarco Mosto,
Oscar Jahnsen,   Jose Emmanuel Crescimbeni
7:55.97
25 United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands Kieran Locke,   Josh Laban,
Kevin Hensley,   Morgan Locke
7:56.67
26 India India Rehan Poncha,   Ankur Poseria,
Amar Muralidharan,   Virdhawal Khade
8:01.49
27 Guam Guam Carlos Shimizu,   Celestino Aguon,
Hernan Bonsembiante,   Christopher Duenas
8:44.25

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 2009-076-11.

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