Swimming at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle

The men's 100 metre freestyle competition of the swimming events at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships was held on July 27 with the heats and the semifinals and July 28 with the final.

Men's 100 metre freestyle
at the 2011 World Aquatics Championships
DatesJuly 27, 2011 (heats and semifinals)
July 28, 2011 (final)
Competitors108 from 89 nations
Winning time47.63
Medalists
gold medal    Australia
silver medal    Canada
bronze medal    France
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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
Championship record
César Cielo   Brazil 46.91 Rome July 30, 2009

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

106 swimmers participated in 14 heats.[1]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 12 3 William Meynard   France 48.14 Q
2 13 5 James Magnussen   Australia 48.21 Q
3 14 2 Filippo Magnini   Italy 48.36 Q
4 12 4 César Cielo   Brazil 48.41 Q
5 12 5 Fabien Gilot   France 48.48 Q
6 13 6 Andrey Grechin   Russia 48.59 Q
7 13 7 Sebastiaan Verschuren   Netherlands 48.60 Q
8 13 4 Nathan Adrian   United States 48.62 Q
9 14 1 Graeme Moore   South Africa 48.65 Q
10 11 4 Gideon Louw   South Africa 48.74 Q
11 14 4 Brent Hayden   Canada 48.75 Q
12 12 6 Nikita Lobintsev   Russia 48.78 Q
13 14 6 Luca Dotto   Italy 48.79 Q
14 13 2 Park Tae-Hwan   South Korea 48.91 Q
15 12 7 Konrad Czerniak   Poland 48.92 Q
16 14 7 James Roberts   Australia 48.93 Q
17 10 8 Brett Fraser   Cayman Islands 48.98
18 10 5 Hanser Garcia   Cuba 48.99
19 14 5 Marco di Carli   Germany 49.00
20 14 3 Jason Lezak   United States 49.03
21 12 1 Adam Brown   Great Britain 49.13
21 14 8 Takuro Fujii   Japan 49.13
23 9 4 David Dunford   Kenya 49.20
24 12 2 Bruno Fratus   Brazil 49.23
25 13 3 Simon Burnett   Great Britain 49.25
26 12 8 Lü Zhiwu   China 49.26
27 11 3 Dominik Kozma   Hungary 49.49
28 11 2 Martin Verner   Czech Republic 49.52
29 10 6 Mindaugas Sadauskas   Lithuania 49.66
30 11 8 Odysseas Meladinis   Greece 49.71
31 11 1 Jasper Aerents   Belgium 49.75
32 13 1 Stefan Nystrand   Sweden 49.80
33 10 7 Nabil Kebbab   Algeria 49.85
34 10 4 Flori Lang    Switzerland 49.86
35 11 6 Nimrod Shapira Bar-Or   Israel 49.91
36 10 2 Ben Hockin   Paraguay 50.03
37 11 7 Velimir Stjepanovic   Serbia 50.14
38 10 3 Mario Todorović   Croatia 50.16
38 11 5 Jiang Haiqi   China 50.16
40 10 1 Crox Ernesto Acuna   Venezuela 50.28
41 9 2 Gabriel Melconian   Uruguay 50.34
41 9 5 Virdhaval Vikram Khade   India 50.34
41 9 7 Ryan Pini   Papua New Guinea 50.34
44 8 1 Uvis Kalnins   Latvia 50.46
45 9 3 Alexandre Agostinho   Portugal 50.71
46 7 4 Branden Whitehurst   U.S. Virgin Islands 50.95
47 7 5 Roy-Allan Burch   Bermuda 51.01 NR
48 8 7 Sidni Hoxha   Albania 51.51
49 8 4 Ensar Hajder   Bosnia and Herzegovina 51.52
50 9 6 Matias Aguilera   Argentina 51.62
51 8 5 Charles William Walker   Philippines 51.72
52 8 8 Ivars Akmentins   Latvia 51.89
53 8 6 Shebab Younis   Egypt 51.95
54 7 8 Amine Kouame   Morocco 52.05 NR
55 9 1 Hoàng Quý Phước   Vietnam 52.11
56 8 2 Mohammad Bidarian   Iran 52.42
57 6 5 Luke Hall   Eswatini 52.45
58 7 7 Jemal le Grand   Aruba 52.62
59 6 7 Quinton Delie   Namibia 52.74
60 6 4 Jose Montoya   Costa Rica 52.96
61 7 2 Kevin Avila   Guatemala 53.03
62 8 3 Mohamed Madouh   Kuwait 53.07
63 9 8 Phạm Thành Nguyện   Vietnam 53.10
64 7 6 Mikael Koloyan   Armenia 53.12
65 6 6 Gerard Baldrich Pujol   Andorra 53.21 NR
66 7 1 Christopher Duenas   Guam 53.33
67 6 8 Andrew Rutherfurd   Bolivia 53.57
68 5 8 Esau Simpson   Grenada 53.85
69 6 3 Kareem Ennab   Jordan 53.92
70 6 2 Nicholas Coard   Grenada 53.94
71 6 1 Mahfizur Rahman Sagor   Bangladesh 54.18
72 5 4 Anthony Clark   French Polynesia 54.51
73 5 2 Abbas Raad   Lebanon 54.91
74 5 1 Niall Roberts   Guyana 54.99
74 5 3 Chakyl Camal   Mozambique 54.99
74 5 7 Julien Brice   Saint Lucia 54.99
77 4 3 Sergey Krovyakov   Turkmenistan 55.99
78 4 2 Douglas Miller   Fiji 56.06
79 5 6 Sofyan El Gadi   Libya 56.45
80 4 4 Omar Nunez   Nicaragua 56.76
81 4 1 Christian Nikles   Brunei 57.44
82 5 5 Tamir Andrei   Mongolia 57.52
83 4 7 Israr Hussain   Pakistan 57.69
84 4 5 Shane Mangroo   Seychelles 57.85
85 4 8 Mamadou Soumare   Mali 58.21
86 4 6 Tepaia Payne   Cook Islands 58.59
87 3 5 Atta Tano Claver   Ivory Coast 59.70
88 3 1 Husam Ahmed   Maldives 59.98
89 3 2 Inayath Hassan   Maldives 1:01.75
90 2 6 Farhan Farhan   Bahrain 1:01.76
91 3 6 Zangan Gunsennorou   Mongolia 1:01.80
92 2 4 Prasiddha Jung Shah     Nepal 1:01.84
93 3 7 Shailesh Shumsher Rana     Nepal 1:01.94
94 3 4 Dionisio Augustine II   F.S. Micronesia 1:02.41
95 2 2 Shawn Wallace   Palau 1:02.53
95 2 1 Giordan Harris   Marshall Islands 1:02.53
97 2 3 Fdingue Ekane   Cameroon 1:02.65
98 2 5 Beni-Bertrand Binobagira   Burundi 1:03.39
99 3 8 Ammaar Ghadiyali   Tanzania 1:03.98
100 3 3 Athoumani Youssouf   Comoros 1:04.75
101 1 4 Amadou Camara   Guinea 1:06.25
102 2 7 Kyle Zreibe   Antigua and Barbuda 1:07.35
103 1 6 Daniel Langinbelik   Marshall Islands 1:12.52
104 1 3 Godonou Wilfrid Tevoedjre   Benin 1:14.08
105 2 8 Janvier Niyonkuru   Burundi 1:16.00
1 5 Ahmed Chawali   Comoros DSQ
7 3 Brad Hamilton   Jamaica DNS
13 8 Markus Deibler   Germany DNS

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:02.[2]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 James Magnussen   Australia 47.90 Q
2 6 Nathan Adrian   United States 48.05 Q
3 5 César Cielo   Brazil 48.34 Q
4 8 James Roberts   Australia 48.49
5 3 Andrey Grechin   Russia 48.67
6 1 Park Tae-Hwan   South Korea 48.86
7 2 Gideon Louw   South Africa 48.96
8 7 Nikita Lobintsev   Russia 49.00

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 William Meynard   France 48.25 Q
2 7 Brent Hayden   Canada 48.30 Q
3 6 Sebastiaan Verschuren   Netherlands 48.41 Q
4 1 Luca Dotto   Italy 48.44 Q
5 3 Fabien Gilot   France 48.46 Q
6 8 Konrad Czerniak   Poland 48.48
7 5 Filippo Magnini   Italy 48.50
8 2 Graeme Moore   South Africa 48.59

FinalEdit

The final was held at 18.35.[3]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 James Magnussen   Australia 47.63
  6 Brent Hayden   Canada 47.95
  3 William Meynard   France 48.00
4 2 César Cielo   Brazil 48.01
5 8 Fabien Gilot   France 48.13
6 5 Nathan Adrian   United States 48.23
7 1 Luca Dotto   Italy 48.24
8 7 Sebastiaan Verschuren   Netherlands 48.27

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle (heats)" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 2011-07-27.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle (semifinals)" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 2011-07-27.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "2011 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 100 metre freestyle (final )" (PDF). Omega Timing. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-01-31. Retrieved 2011-07-28.

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