Swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 50 metre breaststroke

The men's 50 metre breaststroke event in swimming at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships took place on 30–31 July at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain.[1][2]

Men's 50 metre breaststroke
at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships
VenuePalau Sant Jordi
DatesJuly 30, 2013 (heats &
semifinals)
July 31, 2013 (final)
Competitors83 from 76 nations
Winning time26.77
Medalists
gold medal    South Africa
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    South Africa
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RecordsEdit

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

World record   Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) 26.67 Rome, Italy 29 July 2009 [3][4]
Competition record   Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) 26.67 Rome, Italy 29 July 2009 [3][4]

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

The heats were held at 10:00.[5]

Rank Heat Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 8 6 Cameron van der Burgh   South Africa 26.78 Q
2 7 7 Felipe Lima   Brazil 27.11 Q
3 8 4 Glenn Snyders   New Zealand 27.27 Q
4 9 4 Christian Sprenger   Australia 27.30 Q
5 7 6 Kirill Strelnikov   Russia 27.36 Q
6 9 7 Giulio Zorzi   South Africa 27.37 Q
7 9 9 Gu Biaorong   China 27.38 Q
8 7 4 João Luiz Gomes Júnior   Brazil 27.39 Q
9 8 9 Kosuke Kitajima   Japan 27.43 Q
10 9 5 Kevin Steel   United States 27.45 Q
11 7 0 Dawid Szulich   Poland 27.48 Q, NR
11 9 3 Damir Dugonjič   Slovenia 27.48 Q
13 7 5 Mattia Pesce   Italy 27.52 Q
13 9 6 Barry Murphy   Ireland 27.52 Q
15 7 2 Johannes Skagius   Sweden 27.57 Q, NR
16 9 8 Eetu Karvonen   Finland 27.58 Q
17 7 3 Hendrik Feldwehr   Germany 27.59
18 8 5 Fabio Scozzoli   Italy 27.60
19 8 8 Yury Klemparski   Belarus 27.61 NR
20 7 1 Brenton Rickard   Australia 27.66
21 8 3 Kevin Cordes   United States 27.69
22 5 3 Miguel Ferreira   Venezuela 27.78
22 7 9 Richard Funk   Canada 27.78
22 9 1 Giacomo Perez d'Ortona   France 27.78
25 8 1 Čaba Silađi   Serbia 27.80
25 8 7 Ioannis Karpouzlis   Greece 27.80
27 6 0 Petr Bartůněk   Czech Republic 27.84
28 6 4 Edgar Crespo   Panama 27.89
29 8 2 Giedrius Titenis   Lithuania 27.93
30 9 2 Ross Murdoch   Great Britain 28.00
31 6 2 Martin Schweizer    Switzerland 28.01
32 6 5 Demir Atasoy   Turkey 28.04 NR
33 6 9 Ihor Borysyk   Ukraine 28.07
33 8 0 Panteleimon Pantis   Greece 28.07
35 5 8 Sandeep Sejwal   India 28.12
36 5 7 Malick Fall   Senegal 28.15
37 5 9 Carlos Almeida   Portugal 28.16 NR
37 6 6 Jorge Murillo   Colombia 28.16 =NR
39 6 7 Nikolajs Maskalenko   Latvia 28.20
40 6 3 Martin Melconian   Uruguay 28.21 NR
41 6 8 Abraham McLeod   Trinidad and Tobago 28.26
42 5 5 Shin Hyeong-Keun   South Korea 28.29
43 5 0 David Oliver Mercado   Mexico 28.39
43 6 1 Marek Botík   Slovakia 28.39
45 4 7 Joshua Hall   Philippines 28.48
45 5 1 Imri Ganiel   Israel 28.48
47 5 6 Wong Chun Yan   Hong Kong 28.69
48 5 4 Martin Liivamägi   Estonia 28.82
49 4 4 Vladislav Mustafin   Uzbekistan 28.97
50 4 5 Kirill Vais   Kyrgyzstan 29.15
51 4 8 James Lawson   Zimbabwe 29.22
52 4 3 Omiros Zagkas   Cyprus 29.29
53 4 0 Radomyos Matjiur   Thailand 29.41
54 4 1 Abdulrahman Al-Bader   Kuwait 29.47
55 5 2 Shaun Yap   Malaysia 29.58
56 3 5 Benjamin Schulte   Guam 29.61
57 4 2 Rafael van Leeuwaarde   Suriname 29.66
58 4 6 Mubarak Al-Besher   United Arab Emirates 29.74
59 4 9 Jesús Flores   Honduras 29.76
60 3 2 Andrew Rutherfurd   Bolivia 30.29
61 3 7 Wael Koubrousli   Lebanon 30.44
62 3 1 Serginni Marten   Netherlands Antilles 30.89
63 3 8 Bradford Worrell   Saint Lucia 31.00 NR
64 2 5 Pierre-Andre Adam   Seychelles 31.31
65 2 2 Troy Kojenlang   Marshall Islands 31.38
66 3 0 Muhammad Isa Ahmad   Brunei 31.68
67 3 9 Batsaikhan Dulguun   Mongolia 31.76
68 2 3 Earlando McRae   Guyana 32.24
69 2 7 Hemthon Ponloeu   Cambodia 32.41
70 2 4 Joshua Tibatemwa   Uganda 33.85
71 2 6 Lin Tin Kyaw   Myanmar 33.89
72 1 5 Mohamed Cheic Camara   Guinea 34.24
73 3 3 Ashraf Hassan   Maldives 34.58
74 1 3 Thierry Sawadogo   Burkina Faso 34.60
75 3 6 Abdourahman Osman   Djibouti 34.93
76 2 1 Nikolas Sylvester   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 35.68
77 2 8 Yokubdzhon Umarov   Tajikistan 36.50
78 1 4 Sahr James   Sierra Leone 37.26
79 3 4 Kurt Oniangue   Congo 39.98
80 2 0 Moctar Albachir   Niger 43.58
2 9 Boubou Togo   Mali DSQ
7 8 Li Xiayan   China DSQ
9 0 Tshisungu Kalala   DR Congo DSQ

SemifinalsEdit

The semifinals were held at 18:18.[6]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 7 Damir Dugonjič   Slovenia 26.83 Q, =EU
2 6 João Luiz Gomes Júnior   Brazil 27.05 Q
3 5 Christian Sprenger   Australia 27.10 Q
4 3 Giulio Zorzi   South Africa 27.44 Q
5 4 Felipe Lima   Brazil 27.48
6 2 Kevin Steel   United States 27.60
7 1 Barry Murphy   Ireland 27.78
8 Eetu Karvonen   Finland DSQ

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
1 4 Cameron van der Burgh   South Africa 26.81 Q
2 8 Johannes Skagius   Sweden 27.16 Q, NR
3 5 Glenn Snyders   New Zealand 27.22 Q
4 1 Mattia Pesce   Italy 27.42 Q
5 6 Gu Biaorong   China 27.53
5 7 Dawid Szulich   Poland 27.53
7 3 Kirill Strelnikov   Russia 27.75
8 2 Kosuke Kitajima   Japan 27.82

FinalEdit

The final was held at 18:41.[7]

Rank Lane Name Nationality Time Notes
  4 Cameron van der Burgh   South Africa 26.77
  6 Christian Sprenger   Australia 26.78
  8 Giulio Zorzi   South Africa 27.04
4 5 Damir Dugonjič   Slovenia 27.05
5 3 João Luiz Gomes Júnior   Brazil 27.20
6 7 Glenn Snyders   New Zealand 27.21
7 2 Johannes Skagius   Sweden 27.48
8 1 Mattia Pesce   Italy 27.53

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. ^ a b "SA's Cameron tops himself and grabs the gold". Independent Online (South Africa). 30 July 2009. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  4. ^ a b "Phelps bounces back with 200m fly world record triumph". Sydney Morning Herald. 30 July 2009. Retrieved 21 July 2013.
  5. ^ Heats Results
  6. ^ Semifinals Results
  7. ^ Final Results

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