Swimming at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre butterfly

Swimming at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre butterfly

Men's 200 metre butterfly
at the 2009 FINA World Championships
VenueForo Italico
Dates28 July 2009 (heats, semifinals)
29 July 2009 (final)
Competitors75
Winning time1 minute 51.51 seconds
Medalists
20072011»
2009 FINA
World Championships

Italy Rome, Italy
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 heats for the men's 200 metre butterfly race at the 2009 World Championships took place in the morning of 28 July, with the final in the evening session of 29 July at the Foro Italico in Rome, Italy.

Records

Existing records at the start of the event were:

World record
1:52.03 United States Michael Phelps Beijing China 13 August 2008
Championship record
1:52.09 United States Michael Phelps Melbourne Australia 28 March 2007

Results

Heats

Rank Name Nationality Time Heat Lane Notes
1 Paweł Korzeniowski  Poland 1:54.33 6 6
2 Michael Phelps  United States 1:54.35 8 4
3 Tyler Clary  United States 1:54.42 6 4
4 Sebastien Rousseau  South Africa 1:54.51 6 3 AF
5 Kaio de Almeida  Brazil 1:54.57 8 5
6 Nikolay Skvortsov  Russia 1:55.07 6 5
7 Dinko Jukić  Austria 1:55.45 7 6
8 Chen Yin  China 1:55.49 8 1
9 Michael Rock  Great Britain 1:55.76 8 6
10 Wu Peng  China 1:55.96 8 3
11 Moss Burmester  New Zealand 1:56.03 7 5
12 Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 1:56.10 7 4
13 Lucas Salatta  Brazil 1:56.16 8 7
14 Pedro Oliveira  Portugal 1:56.17 6 1
15 Joeri Verlinden  Netherlands 1:56.59 8 8 NR
16 Ryusuke Sakata  Japan 1:56.75 7 3
17 Chad Le Clos  South Africa 1:56.90 7 8
18 Simon Sjödin  Sweden 1:57.01 8 0 NR
19 Gal Nevo  Israel 1:57.02 4 5 NR
20 Omar Pinzón  Colombia 1:57.13 6 9 NR
21 Francesco Vespe  Italy 1:57.16 8 2
22 Lachlan Staples  Australia 1:57.21 7 1
23 Stefan Hirniak  Canada 1:57.43 5 9 NR
23 Diogo Carvalho  Portugal 1:57.43 7 7
25 Joseph Roebuck  Great Britain 1:57.44 6 8
26 Marcin Babuchowski  Poland 1:57.53 5 6
27 Christopher Wright  Australia 1:57.54 6 7
28 Hsu Chi-Chieh  Chinese Taipei 1:57.61 7 2
29 Alexandru Felix Maestru  Romania 1:57.97 5 7
30 Illya Chuyev  Ukraine 1:58.40 7 0
31 Jan Sefl  Czech Republic 1:58.46 7 9
32 Yu Jeongnam  South Korea 1:58.56 5 4
33 Pablo Marmolejo  Mexico 1:58.59 5 8
34 Denys Dubrov  Ukraine 1:58.96 5 1
35 Daniel William Henry Bego  Malaysia 1:58.99 4 6
36 Mathieu Fonteyn  Belgium 1:59.40 6 2
37 Norbert Kovács  Hungary 1:59.64 4 3
38 Israel Duran  Mexico 1:59.86 4 4
39 Douglas Lennox-Silva  Puerto Rico 2:01.01 4 7
40 Andres Jose Gonzalez  Argentina 2:01.30 8 9
41 Anders Mcintyre  Canada 2:01.56 5 2
42 Emmanuel Crescimbeni  Peru 2:01.57 4 1
43 Alon Mandel  Israel 2:01.79 5 5
44 Bernhard Wolf  Austria 2:01.90 5 3
45 Rehan Poncha  India 2:02.27 4 8
46 Norbert Trudman  Slovakia 2:02.83 4 9
47 Stefanos Dimitriadis  Greece 2:02.84 5 0
48 Sergey Pankov  Uzbekistan 2:03.33 3 3
49 Nguyen Vo Thai  Vietnam 2:03.55 3 8
50 Pedro Pinotes  Angola 2:03.68 3 9
51 Pavel Sankovich  Belarus 2:03.76 3 4
52 Joel Romeu  Uruguay 2:03.80 3 6 NR
53 Ng Kai Wee Rainer  Singapore 2:03.83 3 0
54 Dmitriy Gordiyenko  Kazakhstan 2:04.05 3 5
55 Diego Castillo  Panama 2:04.71 3 2
56 Endi Babi  Albania 2:05.65 3 7
57 Javier Hernandez Maradiaga  Honduras 2:05.99 4 0
58 Roy Felipe Barahona Fuentes  Honduras 2:06.92 3 1
59 Andrejs Dūda  Latvia 2:06.94 2 3
60 Bojan Jovanov  Macedonia 2:07.34 1 2
61 Robert Walsh  Philippines 2:08.17 2 6
62 Sim Ri Jin Nicholas  Singapore 2:09.54 2 5
63 Sobitjon Amilov  Uzbekistan 2:09.98 2 4
64 Ryan Nelthropp  United States Virgin Islands 2:11.56 2 1
65 Kaspar Raigla  Estonia 2:13.37 2 8
66 Aleksei Klimenko  Kyrgyzstan 2:13.40 2 7
67 Alejandro Madde Madd  Bolivia 2:14.11 2 0
68 Ali Al Kaabi  United Arab Emirates 2:15.52 2 9 NR
69 Favio Persano  Paraguay 2:16.08 2 2
70 Jean Marie Emmanuel Froget  Mauritius 2:16.82 1 4
71 Benjamin Gabbard  American Samoa 2:18.37 1 3
72 Kareem Ennab  Jordan 2:19.51 1 5
73 Paul Elaisa  Fiji 2:22.25 1 6
Shaune Fraser  Cayman Islands DNS 4 2
Romanos Alyfantis  Greece DNS 6 9

Semifinals

Rank Name Nationality Time Heat Lane Notes
1 Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 1:53.35 1 7
2 Michael Phelps  United States 1:53.48 1 4
3 Paweł Korzeniowski  Poland 1:53.75 2 4 NR
4 Dinko Jukić  Austria 1:54.42 2 6 NR
5 Kaio de Almeida  Brazil 1:54.50 2 3
6 Michael Rock  Great Britain 1:54.58 2 2 NR
7 Sebastien Rousseau  South Africa 1:54.71 1 5
8 Tyler Clary  United States 1:54.75 2 5
9 Chen Yin  China 1:54.85 1 6
10 Nikolay Skvortsov  Russia 1:55.10 1 3
11 Moss Burmester  New Zealand 1:55.35 2 7
12 Wu Peng  China 1:55.73 1 2
13 Ryusuke Sakata  Japan 1:55.91 1 8
14 Pedro Oliveira  Portugal 1:56.25 1 1
15 Joeri Verlinden  Netherlands 1:56.74 2 8
16 Lucas Salatta  Brazil 1:57.17 2 1

Final

Rank Name Nationality Time Lane Notes
1 Michael Phelps  United States 1:51.51 5 WR
2 Paweł Korzeniowski  Poland 1:53.23 3 NR
3 Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 1:53.32 4
4 Kaio de Almeida  Brazil 1:54.27 2
5 Tyler Clary  United States 1:54.45 8
6 Dinko Jukić  Austria 1:55.08 6
7 Sebastien Rousseau  South Africa 1:55.43 1
7 Michael Rock  Great Britain 1:55.43 7

See also

References

  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2009 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-29.
  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2009 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-29.
  • , from OmegaTiming.com (official timer of the 2009 Worlds); retrieved 2009-07-29.

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