2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Men's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay

The men's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay competition of the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) was held on 14 December 2018.[1]

Men's 4 × 50 metre freestyle relay
at the 2018 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)
VenueHangzhou Sports Park Stadium
Dates14 December (heats and final)
Competitors57 from 13 nations
Teams13
Winning time1:21.80 WR
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Russia
bronze medal    Italy
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RecordsEdit

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

Name Nation Time Location Date
World record Vladimir Morozov (21.01)
Evgeny Sedov (20.37)
Oleg Tikhobaev (20.59)
Sergei Fesikov (20.63)
  Russia 1:22.60 Doha, Qatar 6 December 2014
Championship record Vladimir Morozov (21.01)
Evgeny Sedov (20.37)
Oleg Tikhobaev (20.59)
Sergei Fesikov (20.63)
  Russia 1:22.60 Doha, Qatar 6 December 2014

The following records were established during the competition:

Date Event Name Nation Time Record
14 December Final Caeleb Dressel (20.43)
Ryan Held (20.25)
Jack Conger (20.59)
Michael Chadwick (20.53)
  United States 1:21.80 WR, CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were started at 09:32.[2]

Rank Heat Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
1 1 4   Italy Santo Condorelli (21.32)
Andrea Vergani (20.80)
Lorenzo Zazzeri (20.99)
Alessandro Miressi (20.99)
1:24.10 Q
2 2 4   Russia Kliment Kolesnikov (21.55)
Ivan Kuzmenko (20.87)
Evgeny Sedov (20.80)
Sergey Fesikov (20.96)
1:24.18 Q
3 1 2   United States Michael Andrew (21.33)
Michael Jensen (21.23)
Kyle DeCoursey (21.31)
Jack Conger (20.79)
1:24.66 Q
4 2 5   Australia Grayson Bell (21.65)
Cameron McEvoy (21.06)
Cameron Jones (20.93)
Louis Townsend (21.24)
1:24.88 Q
5 1 6   South Africa Brad Tandy (21.16)
Chad le Clos (20.96)
Douglas Erasmus (21.44)
Ryan Coetzee (21.54)
1:25.10 Q, AF
6 2 2   Belarus Hryhory Pekarski (21.74)
Yauhen Tsurkin (21.09)
Viktar Staselovich (21.51)
Artsiom Machekin (21.15)
1:25.49 Q
7 1 5   Japan Kosuke Matsui (21.41)
Katsumi Nakamura (21.00)
Kaiya Seki (22.01)
Takeshi Kawamoto (21.40)
1:25.82 Q
8 1 2   Germany Marius Kusch (21.69)
Christian Diener (21.66)
Damian Wierling (21.32)
Ramon Klenz (21.55)
1:26.22 Q
9 2 6   Turkey Hüseyin Emre Sakçı (21.52)
Iskender Baslakov (21.74)
Yalım Acımış (21.74)
Kemal Arda Gürdal (21.25)
1:26.25 NR
10 2 5   China Yu Hexin (22.11)
Cao Jiwen (21.88)
He Junyi (21.70)
Hou Yujie (21.59)
1:27.28
11 2 7   Romania George Rațiu (22.50)
Cătălin Ungur (22.17)
Daniel Martin (21.70)
Thierry Bollin (21.59)
1:27.96
12 2 1    Switzerland Ivo Staub (22.23)
Nils Liess (21.86)
Manuel Leuthard (22.06)
Thierry Bollin (22.13)
1:28.28
13 1 3   Chinese Taipei Wu Chun-feng (22.02) NR
Chuang Mu-lun (22.13)
Huang Yen-hsin (22.33)
Lin Chien-liang (22.00)
1:28.48
1 7   Brazil DNS
2 7   Portugal

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:00.[3]

Rank Lane Nation Swimmers Time Notes
  3   United States Caeleb Dressel (20.43) AM
Ryan Held (20.25)
Jack Conger (20.59)
Michael Chadwick (20.53)
1:21.80 WR
  5   Russia Vladimir Morozov (20.39)
Evgeny Sedov (20.82)
Ivan Kuzmenko (20.64)
Evgeny Rylov (20.37)
1:22.22 NR
  4   Italy Santo Condorelli (21.27)
Andrea Vergani (20.44)
Lorenzo Zazzeri (20.57)
Alessandro Miressi (20.62)
1:22.90 NR
4 6   Australia Cameron McEvoy (21.09)
Cameron Jones (20.75)
Grayson Bell (20.95)
Louis Townsend (21.13)
1:23.92 OC
5 2   South Africa Brad Tandy (21.22)
Chad le Clos (20.31)
Douglas Erasmus (21.29)
Ryan Coetzee (21.32)
1:24.14 AF
6 1   Japan Katsumi Nakamura (21.16) AS
Kosuke Matsui (21.01)
Takeshi Kawamoto (21.06)
Kaiya Seki (21.46)
1:24.69
7 8   Germany Marius Kusch (21.47)
Damian Wierling (21.07)
Ramon Klenz (21.51)
Christian Diener (21.49)
1:25.54
7   Belarus Hryhory Pekarski (21.79)
Yauhen Tsurkin (21.17)
Viktar Staselovich
Artsiom Machekin
DSQ

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Competition Schedule". Omega Timing. 16 December 2018. Retrieved 18 December 2018.
  2. ^ Heats results
  3. ^ Final results