2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay

The Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay competition of the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 7 December.[1]

Men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay
at the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
Dates7 December
Competitors92 from 23 nations
Winning time3:21.14
Medalists
gold medal    Brazil
silver medal    United States
bronze medal    France
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RecordsEdit

Prior to the competition, the existing world and championship records were as follows.

Nation Time Location Date
World record   Russia 3:19.16 Saint Petersburg 20 December 2009
Championship record   United States 3:20.99 Dubai 19 December 2010

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 11:23.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 3 8   France Benjamin Stasiulis (50.89)
Giacomo Perez-Dortona (57.01)
Mehdy Metella (50.15)
Clément Mignon (45.92)
3:23.97 Q
2 1 5   Australia Mitch Larkin (50.00)
Jake Packard (57.80)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (49.95)
Matthew Abood (46.87)
3:24.62 Q
3 1 4   Russia Stanislav Donets (50.50)
Oleg Kostin (57.26)
Aleksandr Popkov (50.67)
Oleg Tikhobaev (46.59)
3:25.02 Q
4 3 9   Germany Christian Diener (50.78)
Marco Koch (57.40)
Steffen Deibler (50.11)
Marco di Carli (47.50)
3:25.79 Q
5 2 5   United States Eugene Godsoe (50.52)
Brad Craig (57.73)
Darian Townsend (51.01)
Jimmy Feigen (47.03)
3:26.29 Q
6 3 5   Japan Kosuke Hagino (51.21)
Yasuhiro Koseki (57.67)
Takuro Fujii (50.86)
Katsumi Nakamura (46.65)
3:26.39 Q
7 2 0   Brazil Guilherme Guido (51.05)
João Luiz Gomes Júnior (58.46)
Marcos Macedo (49.51)
Henrique Martins (47.50)
3:26.52 Q
8 3 4   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (51.45)
Adam Peaty (57.38)
Adam Barrett (51.09)
Ben Proud (46.89)
3:26.81 Q
9 2 6   Italy Niccolo Bonacchi (51.56)
Andrea Toniato (58.40)
Matteo Rivolta (50.67)
Luca Dotto (46.42)
3:27.05
10 2 7   Hungary Dávid Földházi (52.17)
Dániel Gyurta (56.97)
Péter Holoda (51.60)
Dominik Kozma (46.40)
3:27.14
11 2 9   Lithuania Danas Rapšys (51.25)
Giedrius Titenis (58.79)
Tadas Duškinas (50.83)
Mindaugas Sadauskas (47.89)
3:28.76
12 2 2   Croatia Saša Gerbec (53.85)
Kristijan Tomić (58.97)
Mario Todorović (51.98)
Ivan Levaj (47.51)
3:32.31
13 3 3   Czech Republic Martin Baďura (53.02)
Petr Bartůněk (59.77)
Jan Šefl (52.14)
David Kunčar (48.96)
3:33.89
14 3 2   South Africa Charl Crous (53.23)
Giulio Zorzi (1:00.69)
Clayton Jimmie (53.11)
Leith Shankland (47.60)
3:34.63
15 2 8   Uzbekistan Daniil Bukin (55.37)
Vladislav Mustafin (1:00.15)
Aleksey Derlyugov (53.39)
Khurshidjon Tursunov (49.25)
3:38.16
16 1 1   Paraguay Charles Hockin (54.77)
Renato Prono (1:01.69)
Max Abreu (53.74)
Ben Hockin (48.09)
3:38.29
17 2 1   Hong Kong Lau Shiu Yue (54.75)
Wong Chun Yan (1:02.33)
Ng Chun Nam (55.66)
Mak Ho Lun (50.11)
3:42.85
18 1 6   Iceland Davíð Hildiberg Aðalsteinsson (54.63)
Kristinn Þórarinsson (1:03.13)
Daniel Pálsson (55.03)
Kristofer Sigurðsson (50.37)
3:43.16
19 2 4   Philippines Axel Ngui (58.53)
Joshua Hall (1:00.98)
Dhill Lee (53.74)
Jeremy Lim (52.65)
3:45.90
20 3 0   Macau Yum Cheng Man (59.99)
Chao Man Hou (1:00.47)
Sio Ka Kun (59.55)
Wong Pok Lao (53.92)
3:53.93
21 1 3   Papua New Guinea Ryan Pini (52.46)
Livingston Aika (1:14.15)
Bobby Akunaii (1:02.23)
Stanford Kawale (54.69)
4:03.53
22 1 2   Albania Aleksander Ngresi (1:09.36)
Deni Baholli (1:13.32)
Franci Aleksi (1:01.95)
Klavio Meça (57.01)
4:21.64
23 3 6   Seychelles Dean Hoffman (1:06.34)
Pierre-Andre Adam (1:08.14)
Adam Moncherry (1:04.88)
Justin Payet (1:02.66)
4:22.02
1 7   Bahamas DNS
2 3   China DNS
3 1    Switzerland DNS
3 7   Algeria DNS

FinalEdit

The final was held at 20:13.[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  1   Brazil Guilherme Guido (50.11)
Felipe França Silva (56.73)
Marcos Macedo (49.63)
César Cielo (44.67)
3:21.14 SA
  2   United States Matt Grevers (49.79)
Cody Miller (57.03)
Tom Shields (48.80)
Ryan Lochte (45.87)
3:21.49
  4   France Florent Manaudou (50.35)
Giacomo Perez-Dortona (57.00)
Mehdy Metella (49.07)
Clément Mignon (45.84)
3:22.26
4 3   Russia Stanislav Donets (50.28)
Kirill Prigoda (57.20)
Yevgeny Korotyshkin (49.50)
Vladimir Morozov (45.55)
3:22.53
5 8   Great Britain Chris Walker-Hebborn (50.57)
Adam Peaty (56.23)
Adam Barrett (49.01)
Ben Proud (46.97)
3:22.78
6 5   Australia Mitch Larkin (49.99)
Jake Packard (57.22)
Tommaso D'Orsogna (49.87)
Cameron McEvoy (45.78)
3:22.86
7 7   Japan Ryosuke Irie (50.28)
Yasuhiro Koseki (56.62)
Kosuke Hagino (49.98)
Shinri Shioura (46.04)
3:22.92
8 6   Germany Christian Diener (50.93)
Marco Koch (56.79)
Steffen Deibler (49.72)
Markus Deibler (45.93)
3:23.37

ReferencesEdit