Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 200 metre breaststroke

The men's 200 metre breaststroke event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 1–2 August at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Men's 200 metre breaststroke
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
VenuePalau Sant Jordi
DatesAugust 1, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
August 2, 2013 (final)
Competitors43 from 36 nations
Winning time2:07.23 CR
Medalists
gold medal    Hungary
silver medal    Germany
bronze medal    Finland
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RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and championship records were:

World record   Akihiro Yamaguchi (JPN) 2:07.01 Gifu, Japan 15 September 2012 [3][4]
Competition record   Christian Sprenger (AUS) 2:07.31 Rome, Italy 30 July 2009 [5]

The following new records were set during this competition.

Date Event Name Nationality Time Record
2 August Final Dániel Gyurta   Hungary 2:07.23 CR

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:54.[6]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 2 Marco Koch   Germany 2:09.39 Q
2 3 5 Andrew Willis   Great Britain 2:09.91 Q
3 5 4 Dániel Gyurta   Hungary 2:09.94 Q
4 3 7 Matti Mattsson   Finland 2:10.16 Q, NR
5 3 4 Akihiro Yamaguchi   Japan 2:10.17 Q
6 5 5 Ryo Tateishi   Japan 2:10.41 Q
7 3 3 Giedrius Titenis   Lithuania 2:10.70 Q
8 5 3 Vyacheslav Sinkevich   Russia 2:10.82 Q
9 3 6 Laurent Carnol   Luxembourg 2:10.94 Q
10 4 8 Tomáš Klobučník   Slovakia 2:11.00 Q, NR
11 4 5 Kevin Cordes   United States 2:11.40 Q
12 3 2 Marat Amaltdinov   Russia 2:11.41 Q
13 4 3 Christian vom Lehn   Germany 2:11.45 Q
14 4 4 Michael Jamieson   Great Britain 2:11.47 Q
15 5 6 B.J. Johnson   United States 2:11.64 Q
16 5 7 Panagiotis Samilidis   Greece 2:11.71 Q
17 4 2 Mao Feilian   China 2:11.81
18 4 7 Luca Pizzini   Italy 2:11.93
19 5 1 Mikolaj Machnik   Poland 2:11.98
20 3 1 Sławomir Kuczko   Poland 2:12.21
21 5 8 Dimitrios Koulouris   Greece 2:12.87
22 4 6 Glenn Snyders   New Zealand 2:13.10
23 2 3 Carlos Almeida   Portugal 2:13.21 NR
24 3 0 Ashton Baumann   Canada 2:13.46
25 2 8 Dmitriy Balandin   Kazakhstan 2:13.53
26 5 0 Jorge Murillo   Colombia 2:14.06
27 3 8 Ju Jang-Hun   South Korea 2:14.79
28 2 6 Gal Nevo   Israel 2:14.94
29 2 1 Anton Sveinn McKee   Iceland 2:15.12
30 2 5 Carlos Claverie   Venezuela 2:15.76 NR
31 4 1 Ihor Borysyk   Ukraine 2:15.84
32 2 4 Sandeep Sejwal   India 2:16.05
33 2 2 Jakub Maly   Austria 2:16.12
34 4 9 Pavel Kapylou   Belarus 2:16.68
35 4 0 Christian Schurr Voight   Mexico 2:17.62
36 2 7 Eladio Carrion   Puerto Rico 2:17.82
37 3 9 Irakli Bolkvadze   Georgia 2:18.23
38 2 0 Joshua Hall   Philippines 2:19.16
39 5 9 Nuttapong Ketin   Thailand 2:19.71
40 2 9 Damir Davletbaev   Kyrgyzstan 2:25.73
41 1 4 Eli Ebenezer Wong   Northern Mariana Islands 2:23.75
42 1 5 Alexandros Axiotis   Zambia 2:34.43
43 1 3 Ashraf Hassan   Maldives 2:55.19

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:54.[7]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Andrew Willis   Great Britain 2:09.11 Q
2 6 Vyacheslav Sinkevich   Russia 2:09.47 Q
3 1 Michael Jamieson   Great Britain 2:09.62 Q
4 5 Matti Mattsson   Finland 2:09.96 Q, NR
5 3 Ryo Tateishi   Japan 2:10.01 Q
6 8 Panagiotis Samilidis   Greece 2:11.21
7 2 Tomáš Klobučník   Slovakia 2:11.56
8 7 Marat Amaltdinov   Russia 2:13.06

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 5 Dániel Gyurta   Hungary 2:08.50 Q
2 4 Marco Koch   Germany 2:08.61 Q
3 3 Akihiro Yamaguchi   Japan 2:10.00 Q
4 7 Kevin Cordes   United States 2:10.03
5 1 Christian vom Lehn   Germany 2:10.12
6 6 Giedrius Titenis   Lithuania 2:10.17
7 8 B.J. Johnson   United States 2:10.79
8 2 Laurent Carnol   Luxembourg 2:11.73

FinalEdit

The final was held at 19:32.[8]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Dániel Gyurta   Hungary 2:07.23 CR, ER
  5 Marco Koch   Germany 2:08.54
  7 Matti Mattsson   Finland 2:08.95 NR
4 3 Andrew Willis   Great Britain 2:09.13
5 2 Michael Jamieson   Great Britain 2:09.14
6 6 Vyacheslav Sinkevich   Russia 2:09.34
7 1 Akihiro Yamaguchi   Japan 2:09.57
8 8 Ryo Tateishi   Japan 2:10.28

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BCN 2013 – Swimming: Schedule". FINA. 8 July 2013. Archived from the original on 23 December 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  2. ^ Start list
  3. ^ "Akihiro Yamaguchi Drops World Record in Japan". Swimming World Magazine. 15 September 2012. Archived from the original on 7 October 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  4. ^ "Akihiro Yamaguchi sets world record". ESPN. 15 September 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  5. ^ Cowley, Michael (31 July 2009). "Gold for Schipper as Sprenger breaks world record". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 10 July 2013.
  6. ^ Heats Results
  7. ^ Semifinals Results
  8. ^ Final Results

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